# Table 1 Cost analysis of a computer-based training to an intensive training

Computer-based training and three-day workshop Intensive two-week workshop and two on-site trainings
Cost per unit Units Cost* Units Cost*
Training program budget
Curriculum designer \$2,500/month 2 \$5,000 2 \$5,000
Subject matter experts \$200/hour 9 \$1,800 5 \$1,000
Trainer \$100/day 3 \$300 10 \$1,000
Materials: participant manuals \$10/person 25 \$250 25 \$250
On-site training \$1,000/site 0   5 \$5,000
Subtotal training program    \$7,350   \$12,250
Training venue contract
Rental \$100/day 3 \$300 10 \$1,000
Meals and tea break \$5/day 75 \$375 250 \$1,250
Subtotal training venue    \$675   \$2,250
Ministry of health contribution
Trainees’ time computer-based course \$20/day 125 \$2,500
Trainees’ time workshop \$20/day 75 \$1,500 250 \$5,000
Trainees’ time on-site training \$20/day   0 25 \$500
Subtotal ministry of health    \$4,000   \$5,500
Total societal cost    \$12,025   \$20,000
Cost analysis
Number of trainees    25   25
Cost per trainee    12025/25= \$481   20,000/25= \$800
1. *To calculate each cost, multiply the cost per unit by the number of units. The subtotal is the sum of all the costs in the category.