Training of Trainers for iChooseMe and Know More: Prevent Underage Drinking
iChooseMe: This training will provide the participant with information on drug awareness, a half-page picture book, that provides information about illicit drugs and side effects of use. Each page mentions a protective factor that can reduce the potential for substance abuse and misuse. Training will start at 9:00 AM.
Know More: Underage Drinking Prevention: This training will provide the participant with a presentation they can use to inform middle school and high school youth about underage drinking and its risks and consequences, along with refusal skills. Portions of this presentation can also be shared with parents/guardians. Training will start at 10:00 AM.
Note: The training sessions will be concurrent. iChooseMe books will be mailed to a central group/agency for distribution to its trainers. Individuals not affiliated with any group/agency, your book will be mailed separately. A trainer’s site to download the Know More: Underage Drinking Prevention slides will be made available upon receipt of your registration or four days prior to the training.
Date/Time: Tuesday, May 24, 2022 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM HST
Certificate: This course provides 2 ADAD education units for CPS and CSAC. To receive credit hours, attendance is required for both days.
Register by May 18, 2022 here
Questions: For further questions, please contact Michelle Park at Hawaii Pacific Center for Excellence. 808-545-3228 ext. 37 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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