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For Champions & Trainers

Pyramid representing the Train-the-Trainer model with different levels of trainers, from top to bottom: Pain Clinical Support Services (CSS), Military Treatment Facility (MTF) and Market Leadership, Site Champions, OEND Training Facilitators, and Clinic Staff

Use the resources below to get started on implementing the OEND program at your MTF.

First, become familiar with the OEND overview. The Train-the-Trainer Handbook lays out the appropriate steps to get your training off the ground. The Train-the-Trainer presentation provides a high-level overview of champion responsibilities and training components. Finally, the policy is the driver behind the OEND program.

Thumbnail of OEND Train-the-Trainer Handbook  Thumbnail of OEND Train-the-Trainer Deck

                  Download Train-the-Trainer Handbook               Download Train-the-Trainer Presentation

Sample Social Media Plan

DHA-PI 6025.04 Pain Management and Opioid Safety in the MHS

DHA-PI 6025.07 Naloxone in the MTFs

Conducting a successful Train-the-Trainer program can seem overwhelming. We have broken down the process into five steps: G.U.I.D.E. The Quick Start G.U.I.D.E. contains templates and instructions to help you plan and execute each step of the OEND program.

Get Leadership Involved

Use the resources below to help assign roles and responsibilities within your clinic and identify trainers. Download
Selecting a Trainer Overview

Understand your audience and identify clinics

To keep leaders engaged:
• Discuss and establish a reporting process with leaders at your clinic or MTF.
• Ask them if there are any regular cycles of updates to which you can attach training program reports.
• Make sure to obtain the approvals necessary to implement your training.
OEND Leadership Questionnaire

Initiate participant communication and plan training

Teaching information that will have a lasting impact requires active participation. Build a training agenda and choose the learning activities that are best suited for your audience (or develop your own activity). Download
Initiation Activities

• RIOSORD Case Study
• Myths and Facts
• Role Play
• Key Messages Bingo

Disseminate and implement your training

A training can only be successful when attendees are engaged and can apply the training to their daily activities. To identify and recruit attendees and to execute your training successfully, use the following templates for dissemination and implementation of your training. Download Disseminate & Implement Resources
• Email Templates
• Promotional Flyers for Training

Evaluate the success of your training and maintain feedback loop

Evaluation is important for measuring your training’s impact and tracking behavior change. Use the resources below to prepare knowledge checks for your participants and find data lookup information. Download Includes:
• Data Collection Guidance
Last Updated: July 11, 2023
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