The EIP introduces the six principles of the Prevention Code of Ethics and provides an ethical decision-making model to assess, address, and evaluate a range of ethical issues.
CEHs:6.5 Prevention (IC&RC Prevention Specialist Domain 6)
Participants advance their understanding of the Prevention Code of Ethics, discuss ethical issues related to prevention topics, and practice applying the ethical decision-making model in real world situations.
CEHs:6.0 Prevention (IC&RC Prevention Specialist Domain 6)
The PST provides an overview of prevention’s underlying principles through 5 distinct 3-hour modules:1. Elements of Cultural Competency 2. Child and Adolescent Development -3. Risk and Protective Factors4. A Lifespan Approach to Prevention 5. Strategies for Strengthening Families.
CEHs: 18.0 Prevention (IC&RC Prevention Specialist Domains 1,2,4,5)
The four-day SAPST is grounded in recent research and SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework (SPF) to cover topics from the public health approach to prevention through each step of the SPF.
CEHs: 26.0 Prevention (IC&RC Prevention Specialist Domains 1,2,4,5)
Texas Suicide Prevention developed the new, free 1-hour AS+K? About Suicide to Save A Life Basic Course to help individuals satisfy suicide prevention gatekeeper training requirements of their programs/agencies.Learn more
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) School of Nursing (SoN) provides free, regularly scheduled live virtual training for the public on overdose prevention and education. Their webpage also includes naloxone administration and access information.Learn more
The Say What! movement offers free, self-paced online training modules that provide an in-depth look at a variety of topics related to youth tobacco prevention and enforcement. Participants receive access to downloadable resources and a certificate of completion.Learn more
Register for a free Health e Knowledge user account to access credible, self-paced online courses, such as the new 6-part course Informing Prevention: Understanding Adolescent Development.Learn more
As part of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), the Learning Center for Child and Adolescent Trauma offers Free Online Education with over 300+ FREE CE certificates. Create a free account to access trauma-related training.Learn more
The Office of Minority Health created this online learning initiative for behavioral health professionals. There are 4 free online courses on cultural and linguistic competency that total to 5 contact hours.Learn more
Through a contract with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission, we - Community Advocacy Research and Evaluation Consulting Group, Inc. - carry out the Texas Prevention Training Services scope of work. Because the workforce development needs of the Texas prevention and behavioral health promotion field are unique, we are committed to adult learning best practices to meet those needs. Project Director Audrey Spanko leads the Texas Prevention Training (TPT) Team with support from Project Coordinator Lourdes Holloway, Senior Project Manager Michaela Flores, and Director of Programs & Training Nicole Luciani.
TPT brokers, coordinates, develops, and delivers training for Texas Health and Human Services Commission-funded prevention and behavioral health promotion prevention providers. This includes providing: a) Core certification prevention training (e.g., Ethics in Prevention); b) Youth Prevention curriculum training (e.g., Positive Action); c) prevention competency training (e.g., Youth Mental Health First Aid); and d) the Annual Prevention Providers' Meeting in summer and Annual Prevention Directors' Meeting in winter. Currently, we deliver all training and technical assistance services virtually (live online) to prioritize the safety of participants and trainers.
The TPT Team is committed to supporting and enhancing the capacity of the Texas substance (mis)use prevention and behavioral health promotion workforce and their community stakeholders. Through partnerships with credentialed trainers, established curriculum developers, local and national subject matter experts, and the eleven Prevention Resource Centers across Texas, we aim to provide high quality training and technical assistance services. With team members who are certified prevention or social work professionals, TPT believes in the power of prevention and behavioral health promotion for healthier Texas communities.