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Services

Enumerator training

Rapid Asia’s ‘Ready To Go’ enumerator training program was launched in 2010. Ready To Go provides capacity development assistance in situations where clients wish to utilize their own resources for data collection. Ready To Go is an efficient and effective two-day training program. Based on best practice standards, Ready To Go provides participants with the skills and confidence needed to become effective enumerators. Ready To Go is a proven training method that has been applied in several countries, in both urban and rural settings, and has seen the participation of a diverse set of trainees. For more information, please contact Rapid Asia at reply@rapid-asia.com.

Quick Overview

Duration

Normally 2 days

Day 1

Interviewing techniques and data collection using computer tablets (CAPI) are learned through a step-by-step process to build confidence and proficiency. Training starts with observational exercises and then transitions to role-playing exercises. Finally, participants conduct live pilot interviews.

Day 2

Training focuses on practical techniques depending on study requirements, participants learn how to draw sampling area maps with sampling routes, select households using the 'random walk' method, do random intercepts or select respondents using quotas.

Participants

Volunteers, HCWs, University Students, NGO/Program Staff, etc.

Group Size

Between 10 and 40 participants is ideal

Format

Interactive workshop lifestyle

Venue

Any location

Material

Computer tablets, white board, flip chart, and multi-media projector

Certificate

Yes, upon successful completion of the training and allocated workload.
Bangladesh
Bangladesh

In Bangladesh, a group of volunteers were trained over two days to carry out a survey with potential migrants across districts in the Narsingdi Region.

Cambodia
Cambodia

Rapid Asia collaborated with the Cambodian Center for Study and Development in Agriculture (CEDAC) to provide training for program staff to enable them to interview small-scale farmers in Kampong Cham and Siem Reap regarding climate change resilience.

Laos
Laos

A survey focused on how to protect biodiversity in Laos was carried out with the help of local youth volunteers and officials from the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.

Myanmar
Myanmar

A group of NGO staff and local volunteers in Yangon participated in the ‘Ready To Go’ training to undertake a three-stage survey on safe migration.

Nigeria
Nigeria

Rapid Asia collaborated with the University of Benin to train over 20 master’s students from the Faculty of Sociology in data collection techniques for a longitudinal study on human trafficking.

Philippines
Philippines

In connection with the H1N1 vaccine launch by the Department of Health in the Philippines, local health care workers (HCWs) from 50 clinics in Manila were trained to receive, and respond to, surveys using mobile phone technology.

Thailand
Thailand

Freelance interviewers from Bangkok undertook an extensive 5-day training organized by Rapid Asia and the International Trade Centre (ITC) in preparation for a major survey on non-tariff measures.

Timor-Leste
Timor-Leste

In preparation for a research project on human trafficking, enumerators from the East Timor Development Agency (ETDA) participated in a 2-day workshop to gain interviewing techniques and learn how to conduct sampling in rural settings.

Vietnam
Vietnam

A group of wildlife conservation volunteers participated in research methodologies training sessions. Following training, the volunteers successfully conducted a KAP Survey on bear bile consumption.