SEALAB aims at reinforcing national health systems in Cambodia, Lao PDR and Myanmar to enable them to respond to emerging infectious diseases, which could potentially be pandemic. The focus will be on strengthening laboratories working at facility level.

  • A few tips on how to use on this platform

    When do you have to be online?

    You can access the resources 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: this course is online and thus available all the time, up to 4 months after the end of the course. You are free to connect anytime and to organize your learning path for yourself. You can follow this course on a computer by using the address: but also on a tablet or smartphone directly in the browser or using the Android or iPhone app:

    In both cases, it is the same ID and password.
    However, we recommend you to use a computer to complete the activities on the platform.

    How can you get access to the training sessions and general discussion forum?

    Please fill in the registration form so that you have full access to the training sessions and general discussion forum. After registration, the individual ID will be provided to you.

     The registration link can also be entered by scanning the following QR code.

     How to use the platform?

    Whether this is your first time using Moodle Platform or whether you’ve been here before, this part is designed to help you get accustomed to the interface and learning resources. This a brief overview, so we won’t be covering all the platform’s features and options. But you’ll come away with the knowledge you need to get your training off to the right start.

    The Moodle platform has two levels of navigation.

    course menu

     1- With the course menu, you can navigate through the sessions.


    2-Inside a session, you have access to the units. You will find in each unit the learning resources such as videos, PDF, website links and more. The navigation inside those units can be done thanks to a menu located at the bottom of the page.