How to become a certified ICEH RAAB trainer:
This is a two stage process firstly attending a RAAB toT which is a week to 10 days long intensive training on the methodology and techniques for training up a team to conduct a RAAB.
Secondly, within one year of the first stage training to conduct a RAAB training under supervision of one of the following certified RAAB trainers. This training must be judged by the certified trainer to reach the required standard.
A trainee must successfully complete both parts of the training.
Please contact one of the following team members in your area:
Hannah Kuper – U.K. Hannah.Kuper@lshtm.ac.uk
Hans Limburg – Netherlands firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Polack – U.K. Sarah.Polack@lshtm.ac.uk
Susan Lewellan – Africa email@example.com
Joseph Oye – Africa firstname.lastname@example.org
Mansur Rabiu – Eastern Mediterranean region email@example.com
BR Shamanna – South East Asia region firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on the Rapid Assessment of Avoidable Blindness, please visit the RAAB page: here.