Prevention Spotlight: Prevention Certification Technical Assistance Opportunities

Prevention Spotlight:

Prevention Certification Technical Assistance Opportunities

April 15, 2024


Webinar Description

Join us to learn about the upcoming technical assistance (TA) drop-in office hours to help you obtain your Certified Prevention Professional (CPP) credential! These are geared for individuals seeking their Prevention Certification in Region 10, who desire some coaching to meet the three E’s of Certification: Education, Experience, and the beloved Exam! These drop-in times will be a priority for Northwest PTTC to support folks who have not started the certification process or are almost completed.

What do these drop-in sessions offer?
  • We will create a full or partial training plan together based on your educational and experiential background in prevention / related fields
  • Alicia will help you identify how your prevention and related experience fits into the required 2,000 hours for the CPP
  • Together we will break down the CPP application packet and you will receive technical assistance in filling this out
  • You will receive some coaching around the CPP exam and if available, join a CPP study group
  • Other tailored approaches as needed / requested


Webinar Objectives

In this webinar, participants will:

  • Learn about the Region 10 CPP Certification processes.
  • Learn some tips and tricks for completing your CPP application packet.
  • Learn about the upcoming technical assistance (TA) drop-in hours and tailored TA that is available.


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Alicia Hughes, MA, CPP

Alicia Hughes is a Washington State Certified Prevention Professional (CPP) and has been working in the prevention field since the 2010s. Starting in California, she supported individuals with technical assistance and training to obtain their state certifications in addiction counseling. Over the past six years, Alicia has led the Washington State substance use disorder prevention workforce system, assisting with implementing trainings, creating guidance documents for the field, leading the WA State Fellowship Program, and more. Alicia is passionate about supporting our Region’s workforce and the prevention/promotion system as a whole.



Contact Kathy Gardner ([email protected]) if you have additional questions about the content related to this webinar.

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