Training and Events Calendar


 

Upcoming Events
Ongoing Events
Past Events
Aug

27

32nd Annual NPN Conference

The 32nd Annual National Prevention Network conference will be held August 27-29, 2019 at the Hilton

Aug

26

Master’s Series Cultural Competence Intensive Training Collaborative: Informational Webinar …

This informational webinar will give an overview of the Ohio Masters Series: Cultural Competence in

Aug

21

New England Poison Center Webinar Series: Current Trends in Substance Use in ME, VT, and NH ---…

Current Trends in Substance Use in ME, VT, and NH --- from Opioids to Marijuana and Electronic

Aug

21

Prevention Ethics Training of Trainers

Register today. Space is limited! This day-long training of trainers is for state and community

Aug

21

Prevention Ethics Training of Trainers

This day-long training of trainers is for state and community level trainers who have completed an

Aug

20

Motivational Interviewing for Smoking Cessation Webinar Series: Part 2

Summary: Part 2 of 2. This session will build upon MI’s fundamental concepts and continue

Aug

20

Scope of Prevention: Selective and Indicated School-Based Prevention Interventions

This webinar will discuss prevention efforts for students who are at risk or currently use

Aug

20

Advanced Prevention Ethics

Register today. Space is limited! This course provides six credit hours of ethics for prevention for

Aug

20

Advanced Ethics for the Prevention Practitioner

This course provides six credit hours of ethics for prevention for professionals that have completed

Aug

19

Webinar: Identifying Culturally Relevant and Effective Substance Use Prevention Programs for Tribal…

Emerging Topics In Prevention Science Media Series Date & Time: August 19, 2019 Alaska : 1:00 PM – 2

Aug

19

2019 New England School of Prevention Best Practices

The New England PTTC introduces an Advanced Prevention Training Curriculum to the New England School

Aug

16

Reducing Prevalence of Addiction Begins with Youth Prevention: One Choice for Health

Nearly all adults with substance use disorders began using addictive substances as teens. The