• This training will focus on building and strengthening leadership skills for mid-level supervisors. Participants will learn what makes an effective leader and techniques for managing work that help support supervisors.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • Almost all activities in the workplace take place in the context of relationships. Relationships are built and maintained, bettered or worsened, through communication. Interpersonal communication skills are core competencies for those who are in charge to accomplish the work of the organization. This training will focus on communication and relationships between supervisors and supervisees in behavioral health organizations. Participants will learn components of, and tools for, effective communication to help support successful relationships in the workplace.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • Performance management is an important piece to a successful workplace. Through performance management, supervisors work together with their employees to help them be successful in their assigned position. This training will focus on performance management skills for supervisors working in behavioral health organizations. Participants will learn components of, and tools for, effective management skills to help their employees succeed in the workplace.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • A poster is a communication tool that represents your work with a combination of verbal and visual presentations. This short training is designed in a READY-SET-GO format that will provide a quick overview of tools and strategies to organize an engaging poster. This training focuses on two types of public health posters: an outreach poster and a scientific poster. 
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • The focus of this module is to describe: two types of abstracts in public health, abstract composition and lean writing. Also, review the use of the 4Cs rule and the concept of critical thinking to improve abstract composition skills.  
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  •   This training introduces the concept of critical thinking and the 4Cs rule. Utilize this skill to identify a research question for a study or project. It also introduces the types of research questions and the research approach.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • The goal of this training module is to help you organize your information and synthesize your work for presentation in a public health scientific paper. It details essential topics such as formatting, and it discusses strategies such as critical thinking that can facilitate good writing.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • In the United States, the percentage of adolescents affected by obesity has more than tripled since the 1970s.  A comprehensive approach incorporating nutrition and physical activities in schools best supports the health and well-being of adolescents.  This training will review physical activity and healthy eating guidelines for adolescents and how they can be implemented in schools to promote health.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • Positive interactions with families to discuss their child’s health can make the difference in promoting positive change, improving health, and reducing overweight and obesity. Sometimes these conversations can be difficult or may feel uncomfortable. Building communication skills can help reduce discomfort and improve confidence in communicating with families about their child’s weight and overall health. This training will discuss communication strategies, and provide the opportunity to practice conversations through simulated case examples.  
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • This presentation will introduce statistics on the vaping epidemic and share education on the harmful effects that vaping has on our youth.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • This webinar will highlight how clinicians and other healthcare providers who care for vulnerable children can play a role in addressing hunger in the summer months.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • Environmental factors and federal policies have had a large impact on the health and cultural identity of our Indigenous populations.  With increasing rates of diabetes, obesity, and cancer in Native American communities, strengthening Native food systems offers an opportunity to improve Native economies, health, and culture. This course is meant to give an overview of how health departments and public health workers can help strengthen Native food sovereignty, for the purpose of improving Native health and revitalizing Native cultures.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • A food system consists of the entire process from which food moves from farm to fork. This includes the production of food such as growing and harvesting, processing the food to increase its value, and packaging raw and processed food. This training is designed to provide knowledge and tools needed to improve community food security using community and school gardens.   
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • This presentation will help attendees understand palliative care and learn about the Our Care, Our Choice Act.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)
  • Use of opioids such as heroin, morphine, and prescription pain relievers has expanded to levels of dependency in many individuals. Several factors contribute to the breadth and complexity of this urgent problem: severe chronic pain, greater use of prescriptions, aggressive marketing by pharmaceutical companies, among others. Updates about treatment, services, solutions, and resources exist here in Hawai‘i to reduce harm and improve quality of life for all.
    Continuing Education Credits: CHES CECH, CPEU
    Online/In-person:
    Online (self-paced)

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