TrainingHUB!

LGBTQIA+ Terminology 101

Jan 28, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter:
Josh Egeland, BA, LSW
LGBTQ+ Program Liaison, Daybreak Dayton

 

Description:

This training covers the acronyms SOGI/SOGIE and LGBTQIA+, including a breakdown of each term encompassed by these acronyms. The material in this training is designed to enhance the knowledge base, awareness, and comprehension of service providers, educators, and systems representatives interacting with gender/orientation-diverse populations. The content of this training also includes education on risk factors stemming from non-affirming practices, as well as outlining best practices for becoming a SOGIE-affirming provider and incorporating cultural humility/cultural competency in agency work.

 

Objectives:

  1. Participants will be able to identify and define each of the terms represented in the acronym LGBTQIA.
  2. Participants will increase knowledge and understanding of the terms SOGI/SOGIE, in order to reinforce the collection of relevant and accurate SOGI/SOGIE data by service providers.
  3. Participants will understand significance of correct personal pronoun usage, and will increase comfort level with correct pronoun usage in everyday settings.

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.

Engaging With Hard to Reach Sectors

Mar 11, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter:
Kim Linkel, MLD, CPP, GOC
Director, Coalition for a Drug-Free Batesville

Description:

Are you looking for ways to truly engage some of those harder to reach sectors? If so, this session is for you. This session will look at innovative ways to bring all sectors to the table and keep them there. From the business sector to the parent sector to the medical sector; we will take a look at the sectors many times coalitions are challenged to get to the table. Often times coalitions aren’t sure to who reach out to within a specific sector or how to start that relationship building process, and in this session we will talk about getting them to the table, engaging them, and keeping them as long-term partners. Specific examples will be shared as to how different communities brought partners from different sectors to the table and have helped them find their why.

 

Objectives:

  1. Identify specific community members/sector representatives within your community that you can reach out to.
  2. Build engagement with community members from all sectors.
  3. Have invigorating ideas of how to keep those current members at the table and engaged.

 

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.

How to Better Utilize Data for Your Coalition

May 20, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter:
Sarah Sawmiller, MPH, CHES, OCPS
Manager, Evaluation, PreventionFIRST! 

Description:
Every other year, PreventionFIRST! collects data from 7th-12th graders in Southwest Ohio on substance use, mental health, problem gambling and more. This presentation will discuss current data trends, and review ways coalitions can set goals and demonstrate positive outcomes due to their community work. 

 

Objectives:

  1. Participants will understand current data trends in Southwestern Ohio. 
  2. Participants will be able to write goals and objectives for their coalition, based on Student Survey Data. 
  3. Participants will utilize Student Survey data to demonstrate outcomes of coalitions efforts.

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.

 

Board Development & Retaining Coalition Membership

Jul 29, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter:
Nicole Schiesler, M.Ed., MCHES, OCPC, ICPS
President & CEO, PreventionFIRST! 

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.

Developing a Youth Coalition & Engaging with the Youth Sector

Sep 9, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenter:
Christi Valentini-Lackner, BA, OCPS
Senior Director, PreventionFIRST!

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.

ProBono Partnership of Ohio: Attorneys Assisting Nonprofits & Grassroots Groups with Development

Nov 4, 2022
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Presenters:
Veronica Tollefson, Program Coordinator, ProBono Partnership of Ohio
Barkha Patel, Director of Education, Senior Counsel, ProBono Partnership

This webinar is provided at no cost. PF! will be applying for Prevention CEUs and CHES hours.