SAPST Trainer Community of Practice: 2018 Updates
Date/Time: Tuesday & Wednesday, July 2-3, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 PM HST
Location: Zoom Note: The PTTC strongly recommends using a webcam if you have one, as we have found that it greatly enhances people’s engagement with each other and that even the most camera-shy find that they like seeing everyone.
Certificate: 3 continuing education hours.
Registration for this event has closed.
Note:This training is for anyone who has completed a TOT on the SAPST and has experience delivering this training within the past three years.
When people who share a common interest, passion, or need come together and interact regularly, the learning and skill-building are more robust and meaningful. Communities of practice are a venue for this type of peer and information sharing. These groups typically meet more than once (for example, this group will meet twice, on July 2 and July 3) with the option to continue meeting periodically for continued peer sharing and information sharing based on the group’s interest.
a) To receive a thorough overview of updates to the SAPST made in late 2018, including changes to accessing the prerequisite online module
b) To provide an opportunity to share experiences training the SAPST, including challenges, successes, and tips and tricks, with
other SAPST trainers
This Community of Practice will be facilitated by Alyssa O’Hair, MPH, MA, CPS. Alyssa is the Project Director for the newly-funded Pacific Southwest PTTC, a training and technical assistance cooperative agreement funded by SAMHSA to serve HHS Region 9. She was the former regional director of the CAPT’s West Resource Team, where the SAPST originated, and was a member of the committee charged with updating the SAPST in 2018. She has co-trained the SAPST, co-delivered SAPST Training-of-Trainers (TOTs), and facilitated the cultural adaptations to the SAPST for Pacific islanders.
Anyone who has completed a TOT on the SAPST and has experience delivering this training within the past three years.
Questions: Please contact Alyssa O'Hair ([email protected]) with any questions.