Positive Culture Framework Training

A Foundation for Cultural Transformation

 
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PAST LOCATIONS AND DATES

2019 Training
September 24-26 in Nashville, Tennessee
 
2018 Training
September 25-27 in Savannah, Georgia
 
2017 Training
October 17-19 in San Antonio, Texas
 
2016 Trainings
May 10-12 in Orlando, Florida
December 7-9 in San Diego, California
 
2015 Training
September 15-17 in Portland, Oregon

POSITIVE CULTURE FRAMEWORK

The Positive Culture Framework is an approach based on our research about improving health and safety in communities and organizations. The Framework builds on shared values and beliefs that already exist in a culture to improve health and safety. It addresses key skills (the how), steps in a process (the what), and the context for doing the work (the where). Learn more about our Framework here.
 

POSITIVE CULTURE FRAMEWORK TRAINING

Our 2.5-day Positive Culture Framework Training provides a foundation for efforts to improve health and safety that address a wide variety of complex social issues. Training attendees will: 
  • Learn how culture influences behavior 
  • Develop and refine skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies
  • Gain specific next steps for transforming culture to improve health and safety
What makes this Training unique?
The Positive Culture Framework Training is an excellent opportunity to engage with others across the country and move toward cultivating a culture that supports and sustains health and safety. There are multiple opportunities for open dialogue and discussion among attendees at the Training. Step-by-step handouts, interactive training sessions, and small group activities provide attendees with an informative, engaging experience. 
 
“The training was different, very refreshing and enjoyable.” -2018 Training Attendee
 
Who should attend?
The Training is designed for anyone working to improve health and safety such as (but not limited to) traffic safety professionals, substance use disorder prevention professionals, prevention specialists, violence prevention advocates, coalition members, government personnel, educators, and law enforcement officers.
 
 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

All attendees receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the Training at no additional cost. For those seeking additional recognition for their time at the Training other than a Certificate of Completion, the following continuing education credits are typically offered at our Trainings: 

 

Non-specific Continuing Education Units (CEUs) 
Participants can earn Non-Specific CEUs from Montana State University’s Office of Continuing, Professional, and Lifelong Learning. CEUs are used to meet professional development requirements for professionals in careers such as engineering, child care, medicine, and counseling. CEUs cost an additional $25.00 per person. To register to earn non-specific CEUs at the Training, please select the respective check box under, “Registration,” on the registration form. 
 
Continuing Education Credit Hours (CECH) in Health Education
For our 2020 Training, we are applying for continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education from the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC).
 

REGISTRATION

Please come back soon for information on the 2020 Training registration!
 
The registration fee includes all training sessions for 2.5 days as well as:
  • Positive Culture Framework manual
  • Daily handouts
  • Certificate of Completion
  • Refreshments and beverages
  • Optional: CEUs (additional $25.00)

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What is the dress code? Business casual.
What materials should I bring to the training? We will provide all materials that are necessary for the training including pens, notepads, handouts, agendas, sticky notes, and the Positive Culture Framework Training manuals.
What is the difference between CEUs and CECH? CEUs are used to meet professional development requirements for professionals in careers such as engineering, child care, medicine, and counseling. CECH are continuing education credits for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES). CECH are provided by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing (NCHEC). Please note: all participants will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the training at no additional cost. The Certificate of Completion is different than CEUs and CECH.
How many people will be at the training? Our past trainings have ranged from 30 to 55 people. Group activities and discussions play an important role in our training so, we have found that small to moderate-sized groups work well.
I am interested in other services you offer. How do I request a service (e.g., guide service)? Please complete a service request on our website here or email us directly at mail@chsculture.org. Thank you for your interest in our services!
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