Tri-Isle Prevention Network: Virtually Managing Staff And Running Programs
Date/Time: Thursday, May 14, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (HST)
Certificate: This training is ADAD- approved for 1.5 continuing education credits for Certified Prevention Specialist and Certified Substance Abuse Counselor.
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This training will review some of the more commonly used apps on the Internet to virtually manage the day-to-day work of the staff and discuss ways to utilize apps to keep your programs running. While the training will give an overview of a number of virtual platforms, most of the training will focus on the use of Slack, Trello, and Zoom. The training will provide simple steps to set up free virtual workspaces, tips on how to manage projects with multiple team members, and ways to host virtual meetings and events. The training will also review virtual meeting etiquette and provide demonstrations of the applications during the training.
Questions: contact Rick Collins at firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the session is to gain an understanding of ethical guidelines in an advanced setting. Participants will be better equipped to resolve ethical dilemmas in Substance abuse and Mental Health field. This will be beneficial for those that have already completed Ethic's the Basic.
This training is for nonprofits in Maui County who are looking for ways to manage staff and run programs in a virtual environment.
- Learn the history of kratom
- Understand the use of kratom and the effects on the body
- Understand the difference between kratom and kava
- Explore kratom's rising popularity in the US
- Understand the current kratom debate over whether the drug is a healthy alternative to opioid misuse
- Discuss how to assess this emerging drug trend within your work
Participants will be able to:
1. Describe the transmission routes and prevention methods for viral hepatitis, HIV, and STDs.
2. List components of an effective risk assessment for sexually transmitted and other communicable disease.
3. Demonstrate risk reduction counseling techniques for people living with and at-risk for viral hepatitis, HIV, and STDs.
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