Skill-Based Practitioner Training Program

Friday, March 14, 2014 | 8am - 4pm

Attention community practitioners! Are you interested in increasing your public health skills and knowledge? The ECIC is offering a FREE, 1-day, skill-based training in injury and violence prevention. This is an interactive training in the skill areas of: Program Planning, Program Evaluation, and Nonprofit Business Planning/Grant Readiness. The training is primarily for injury and violence prevention practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills, and develop a valuable product for their organization. Training activities are integrated throughout the session, which allows participants to use their new skills through practical application.

Breakfast, lunch, all training materials, and parking will be provided. Space is limited to 60 participants and registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Please choose from one of the 3 training areas: Program PlanningProgram Evaluation, and Nonprofit Business Planning/Grant Readiness. You will also be asked to select a 2nd choice if the track is full at the time of your registration. Take the first step toward advancing your skill set by registering for the ECIC Skill-Based Practitioner Training Program today!

This training offers 6 category I Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH) for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES).

REGISTER by Feb. 28th at 5pm

Please note, this training is not intended for students; student applications will not be accepted.

Location:   
  Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health
  1518 Clifton Road
  Atlanta, GA 30322
   
Parking:  
  Michael Street Visitor Lot

550 Houston Mill Road
  Atlanta, GA 30322
 

(Parking passes will be provided)

  http://transportation.emory.edu/parking/visitors.html