Certified prevention specialists will identify both everyday and major ethical obstacles at work or life, apply the six Prevention Ethics Principles to these ethical challenges, and share and solicit feedback on your ethical challenges. This training meets the ethics training requirement for prevention specialist re-certification.
This training is designed to prepare registered exam takers for the Certified Prevention Specialist test. Exam study materials will be provided in both hard copy and electronic formats
This field forum will begin by sharing the vaping resources of the DMHAS convened Vaping Resources Committee. Exciting examples of successful vaping prevention and intervention initiatives implemented by your fellow coalition coordinators/prevention professional will follow.
This training engages learners in reviewing and reflecting on the Prevention Code of Ethics established by the IC&RC. Participants will become familiar with the 6 Principles of the Code through case studies and personal examples.
This field forum will begin by sharing marijuana prevention and intervention strategies from the Prevention Technology Transfer Center. Exciting examples of successful marijuana prevention and intervention initiatives implemented by your fellow coalition coordinators/prevention professionals will follow.