Prevention Ethics for Recertification

04/05/2019 09:30 am

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.

Prevention Ethics Training

04/09/2019 09:00 am

Ethical decision making is an important value and skill building area for prevention professionals. This training provides basic tenets of ethical decision making. Participants will learn and apply the six Prevention Ethics Principles using case study. This training is a requirement for becoming a Certified Prevention Specialist.

Minors in Compliance Checks

04/24/2019 06:00 pm

This training is designed for minors (ages 16-19 years old) who are interested in learning the protocols and procedures for conducting alcohol compliance check operations with law enforcement. Youth completing this training will join a statewide database of trained youth and be eligible to participate in these operations in Connecticut. Coalition coordinators and local law enforcement are welcome to attend.

Creating Effective Structures and Committees to Improve Coalition Outcomes

05/02/2019 09:00 am

This learning opportunity will help you plan for and establish effective coalition member roles and committee structures including role descriptions, committee charges, action or work plans and decision making protocols.

CPS Exam Study Session

05/10/2019 09:30 am

This training is designed to prepare applicants for the Certified Prevention Specialist credential for the required on-line exam.

Engaging Youth in Prevention Efforts

05/15/2019 09:30 am

This interactive half-day training will be run by youth for adults who either work with young people, or are hoping to engage young people in their programs. These student leaders will walk participants through creating opportunities for youth to flourish, how to engage youth with purpose, and how to sustain youth-driven efforts in their community. Youth are so influential in creating change not only among their peer group, but within the state and community, come learn how to fully engage this sector to create a long lasting difference within your programs.

It’s Not Rocket Science: Follow-up to the Best Darned Gambling Awareness Training You’ve Ever Taken

05/21/2019 09:00 am

It’s Not Rocket Science: Gambling Awareness 2.0 is a follow-up training to the Best Darn Gambling Training Ever. Current proposals to expand legalized gambling in Connecticut will have major impact on communities, families, and individuals across the lifespan. This training will deliver practical tools you need to continue infusing gambling awareness and education into your existing prevention programs and activities for all populations your serve.

Engaging Community Sectors: Working Together: Boomers, Gen X, Millennials & Generation Z

06/06/2019 09:00 am

Coalition volunteers and target audiences span generations, from Baby Boomers to the preteen members of Gen Z. The shared experiences of each generation shape how members react, behave, and believe. There are often differences but similarities too. This training will give participants an in depth look at the uniqueness of and commonalities between generations while providing techniques for keeping them engaged and invested in coalition efforts.