Transplant Coordination Professional Certificate (TCPC) Course

Course Partner - MOHAN Foundation

Medium of Instruction - English

Join Transplant Coordination Professional Certificate course to equip yourself to handle the key areas in Transplant Coordination

Admissions open for six weeks TCPC course

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Next course starts on 1st May 2023

Who is it for?

  • Doctors / Nurses / Allied Health Science graduates
  • Graduates in any subject and preferably Masters in Social Work / Psychology / Sociology / Social Sciences / Public Health / Hospital Administration with at least 6 months experience in a hospital setup

How does it help?

Healthcare professionals learn about key areas in transplant coordination through a course curriculum that includes the ‘Best of Both Worlds’ i.e. online video lessons and real-time learning along with guest lectures, counselling role-plays and interactions.

Why should you join us?

Unique Course Design

Designed for candidates with hospital experience who want to pursue Transplant Coordination

Student Friendly

This course is cost-effective as well as flexible in time and pace of learning

Remote Learning

Along with real-time learning, candidates can also access the classes remotely through online video lectures and simulations

Expert Faculty


Students will benefit from weekend webinars that feature guest lectures, counselling role-plays and interactions

Transplant Coordination Professional Certificate (TCPC) Course Details

Transplant coordination Professional Certificate (TCPC) course aims to equip healthcare professionals to handle the key areas in Transplant Coordination. The course will help candidates to learn about organ and tissue donation and transplantation, counselling grieving families and transplant coordination

The TCPC course curriculum will cover the following topics:



6 Weeks

Total Hours

60 Hours


Online Modules & Webinars

Course Fee

INR 4000 or USD 100



About MOHAN Foundation

MOHAN Foundation is a registered non-governmental organisation that has been working to promote deceased organ donation in India since 1997. For the past 24 years, it has worked to build a positive image for organ donation among the public, set up SOPs in hospitals and assisted State Governments with donor and transplant registries as well as guidelines and government orders for an ethical deceased organ donation and transplantation programme in the country.

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