Distance, online and face-to-face

This training is a prerequisite to other INDCP trainings

The HDM-DCP training allows participants to better understand the Human Development Model – Disability Creation Process (HDM-DCP) and the interaction between three conceptual domains in the field of disability: life habits, environmental factors and personal factors. It also provides knowledge of the different measurement tools that facilitate the use of the model in professional, research or advocacy activities. The training also leads participants to reflect on their role and responsibilities in the emergence of social participation and disability situations experienced by people with disabilities and their families.

HDM-DCP Distance Learning (by Zoom)

The HDM-DCP training is offered by certified trainers from the International Network on the Disability Creation Process. It lasts 6 hours and can also be offered in a customized format.

HDM-DCP online training (on Moodle)

We offer the HDM-DCP training online, via the Moodle platform. The HDM-DCP online training lasts 12 hours and leads to a certification after validation of the acquired knowledge. You learn at your own pace by accessing the training when you want and according to your availability.

Please consult the training calendar.

Training Objectives

  • Grasp the importance of using coherent and well-articulated enough conceptual tools to take societal evolutions into account;
  • Be more familiar with the history of the World Health Organization and the International Network on the Disability Creation Process classifications;
  • Understand the HDM-DCP conceptual model, its stakes, its nomenclatures as well as its dynamic and interactive components;
  • Be acquainted with HDM-DCP conceptual model concrete applications.

Benefits of This Training

The benefit of understanding disability in terms of daily activities and social roles enables all stakeholders to have a better grasp of their responsibilities for helping people with disabilities attain optimal social participation. The HDM-DCP is especially used to support:

  • The development and validation of adaptation and rehabilitation actions.
  • The implementation and evaluation of programs, services and policies.
  • The evaluation of the impact of the social environment, living environments and occupation.
  • The evaluation of the impact on the physical and technological environment.
  • The evaluation of the associated and explanatory factors of social participation.
  • Standardize language, programs and practices in an organization so as to lay the foundation for coordinated action for policies to services, and better meets the expectations and needs of people with disabilities.

Participant Profiles

  • Clinical programs development, management, and intervention dedicated to persons with disabilities;
  • Clinical evaluation and intervention plans;
  • Policies and programs evaluation, and planning
  • Advocacy
  • The development of an inclusive society and universally accessible

Register for this training

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Any questions?

Contact us at [email protected] or by phone at 418-529-9141 ext. 6202.