Training for RWHAP site visit consultants on how to formulate a well-organized site visit report after conducting a comprehensive or technical assistance site visit. A Comprehensive Site Visit is conducted by a team and is required for RWHAP grant recipients funded by the HRSA HAB Division of Community HIV/AIDS Programs (DCHAP). The site visit serves to:
- Ensure that programmatic and legislative requirements are met
- Monitor progress on proposed activities
- Identify any areas in need of improvement
- Provide on-site technical assistance (TA) and to define additional TA needs to meet legislative requirements and program expectations.
The DCHAP Site Visit Work Group facilitated this training for consultants.