Download ModCAL for Training Skills Materials

Please provide the following information in order to download the ModCAL for Training Skills materials.

If you select the Multimedia Package, which includes video and audio content as well as print-only materials, you will be downloading roughly 1 Gigabyte (1 GB) of data. The Print-only Package is about 25 Megabytes (25 MB) in size.


Both the Multimedia and Print-only Packages are offered as compressed (.zip) files. When unzipping them make sure to "Use folder names" to ensure that the file and folder structure is maintained; otherwise, you may not be able to successfully access the materials.

To use the course electronically, click on Multimedia Package. Save the compressed (.zip) file to a location on your computer. Once the zip file is downloaded, right-click on the zip file and choose Extract All. Choose a location on your computer for the unzipped files. Click Extract. Once the files are extracted, you can start the course by double-clicking on ModCAL.exe

NOTE: Adobe Flash Player is required in order to run the course.

Terms of Use

Jhpiego is pleased to make these valuable materials available for public health purposes for use in building training skill capacity. Jhpiego encourages the use of these materials for such purposes. The materials may not be modified or adapted in any manner, nor may they be used, reproduced, distributed, displayed or exploited for any party’s commercial advantage, profit or monetary gain. If you download multiple copies or share files, please notify Jhpiego. The contents of the Web-based ModCAL for Training Skills application, the flash drive format, and the Training Skills for Health Care Providers reference manuals, guides, presentation materials and related documentation are protected by U.S. and international copyright laws. Any publication or distribution of the electronic or paper-based materials for the permitted purposes must include Jhpiego’s copyright notice and an acknowledgment of Jhpiego as the source of the materials. Users may not falsify or delete any copyright management information such as the title of the material, author attributions, copyright notice, proprietary designations, trademarks, or other identifying information and material contained in a file that is downloaded.