Prevention Fundamentals Online: A How-to Training for Substance Misuse Prevention Practitioners and Their Partners

Prevention Fundamentals Online: A How-to Training for Substance Misuse Prevention Practitioners and Their Partners

This course is filled to capacity. To find out more about our next training, please contact preventionsolutions@edc.org.

This all-virtual training prepares practitioners for the realities of today’s substance misuse prevention environment.

  • Focused on the needs of individual practitioners working in the field
  • Hands-on and highly interactive with new tools to help practitioners hit the ground running
  • Reflects updates to the Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training (2018) but with a greater focus on community mobilization, communications, and addressing health disparities throughout the prevention planning process
  • Designed exclusively for a webinar platform—not adapted from an in-person training
  • Endorsed by the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC)

PRICE IS $1000.

Next Event

January 25, 27, 29, February 1, 3; 11:30 am ET-3:30 pm ET

Audience

Substance misuse prevention practitioners and their partners

Certification

This course has been endorsed by the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC). Individuals who complete the entire training will receive a certificate for 20 hours of participation.

Length
20 hrs
Cost
$1,000.00
Learning Objectives

Day 1: Laying the Foundation

  • Defining key substance misuse terms
  • Guiding models and frameworks
  • Understanding risk and protective factors

Day 2. Building the Prevention Frame

  • Overview of the Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF)
  • Using logic models to navigate the SPF
  • Exploring SPF Step 1: Assessment
  • Identifying, collecting, and analyzing data to identify substance misuse problems and populations most affected by them

Day 3: Gathering Resources and Building Readiness

  • Exploring SPF Step 2: Capacity
  • Building and maintaining strong partnerships with diverse community members and organizations
  • Enhancing organizational structures
  • Developing a communication plan
  • Ensuring a culturally responsive prevention approach

Day 4: Developing and Implementing a Comprehensive Prevention Plan

  • Exploring SPF Step 3: Planning
  • Putting your assessment data to work: prioritizing factors, selecting strategies, and addressing disparities
  • Exploring SPF Step 4: Implementation
  • Maintaining fidelity and adapting strategies to better fit community needs

Day 5: Documenting Results and Sustaining Prevention Efforts

  • Understanding the purpose and types of evaluation
  • Using logic models to guide evaluation planning
  • Understanding the relationship between sustainability and outcomes
  • Sustainability considerations throughout the SPF
TRAINERS

Carol Oliver, MAT, CPS
Carol is an expert in workforce development for substance misuse prevention practitioners. As director of training and technical assistance under SAMHSA's Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT), she oversaw training delivery to more than 44,000 practitioners. She is the current director of PS@EDC and a co-author of the 2012 Substance Abuse Prevention Skills Training and its revision in 2018.

Jessica Goldberg, MSW, MPH, CPS
Jess is a technical assistance provider and trainer for PS@EDC with over 10 years’ experience leading and supporting public health promotion and prevention efforts. As a former CAPT T/TA specialist, she worked closely with states and community coalitions to adopt and apply SAMHSA's Strategic Prevention Framework