June 14, 2023 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This training is intended for substance use prevention professionals in Texas.
Prevention works! But how? What are the foundations of evidence-based substance use and misuse prevention work? The 15-hour Prevention Skills Training (PST) provides an overview of prevention’s underlying principles. Certified trainers equip participants with introductory knowledge and skills over 5 independent learning modules.
This course is the third module of the 15-hour PST.
This module provides an overview of social, emotional and moral development and the implications for prevention. With a focus on Child and Adolescent Development theories and the applications for prevention programs, participants will learn the basic roles and functions of the brain and effects of alcohol and tobacco on the adolescent brain; peaks of neural plasticity; developmental risks; and implications for prevention.
Continuing Education Hours: 3.0*
Satisfactory completion of continuing education hours (CEHs) requires attending at least 85% of the training duration, participating in activities (e.g., polls, breakout rooms), and completing the training evaluation.
1. Elements of Cultural Competency - Monday, Jun 12 at 9am-12pm CT
2. Communication - Tuesday, Jun 13 at 9am-12pm CT
3. Child and Adolescent Development - Wednesday, Jun 14 at 9am-12pm CT
4. Risk and Protective Factors - Thursday, Jun 15 at 9am-12pm CT
5. Prevention Across the Lifespan - Friday, Jun 16 at 9am-12pm CT
This PST is virtual, occurring live over Zoom. All participants are required to join on camera and expected to fully engage in the training to be eligible to receive a Continuing Education (CE) certificate upon completion.
This training requires five separate registrations to attend each of the five modules. Registration priority will given to substance use prevention providers who have never completed a PST previously. Approved registrants will receive an email confirmation.
Please direct any questions about this training to TPT via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-888-878-0865.