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Programme structure

Our blended-learning structure allows participants to select an individual pathway to acquire the specific skills they require, with a time investment of 10 to 12 hours over a ten-week period.  Our “Digital Health Concepts” module provides a broad introduction to the programme content from which you can select the most applicable modules.

Milestones will be set to encourage progress, but participants will be able to access much of the content as and when they are able. Learners will be able to address opportunities and threats, discuss changes in job requirements and how to shape personal development in the context of digital transformation and health. With the help of the tutors, you will be able to select the modules that are most appropriate to your work situation. Participants will acquire a Fraunhofer/TheHill certification upon successful completion of the training programme.

Online learning

More than simply static content, the course will use dynamic remote learning tools and techniques. Learners will be able to communicate with each other as well as experts and tutors through moderated discussions and live webinars. We want to foster a community of learners where ideas, issues, problems and solutions can be developed and exchanged.

In person sessions

In these engaging units, participants are encouraged to solve real world scenarios in order to not only understand but apply the content themselves.

Project work

Learning individually or as part of a project team you will be able to engage with the programme at your own pace. Individual contact with tutors will support you through a series of homework assignments.

Online learning (40%) In-person sessions (40%) Project work (20%)
  • Dynamic remote learning tools and techniques
  • Highly engaging
  • Learning teams
  • Moderated discussions and live webinars
  • Real world scenarios
  • Challenges and assignments
  • Exchange of ideas, issues, problems and solutions
  • Apply content autonomously
  • Tutoring