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Positive Culture Framework Training
One, Two, or 2.5-Day Training
We provide one, two, or 2.5-day trainings on the Positive Culture Framework (PCF) – a process for improving health and safety across a community or organization. The training sessions cover our latest transformational process and help build the capacity of communities and organizations by initiating the development of individual skills in three critical areas: leadership, communication, and the integration of effective strategies. Participants will leave with specific next steps for PCF process implementation focused on transforming culture to achieve health and safety goals. After completing one of our two or 2.5-day trainings, you are eligible for guide service.
The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) is an approach based on our latest research. Learn more about our framework.
Positive Culture Framework Skills Trainings
Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Skills trainings are for individuals, organizations, or communities interested in:
becoming a more effective prevention leader in your community or organization;
communicating effectively to advocate for prevention, health and safety; or,
learning how to better understand and align effective strategies.
Communication Skills – Social Norms Marketing
One or Two-Day Training
The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Communication Skills Training helps participants understand the underlying theory driving individual behavior and provides a seven-step process for developing effective communication. Individuals will learn best practices for the implementation of a social norms marketing campaign and tips on how to make prevention communication more powerful. Participants will leave the training with specific next steps to effectively communicate to improve health in their community. After completing the two-day training, you are eligible for guide service.
The Positive Culture Framework Leadership (PCF) Skills Training provides participants an opportunity to grow and practice their leadership abilities. The training focuses on three specific areas of prevention leadership: raising concern about the issue being addressed while providing hope that change is possible; shifting the focus of prevention from changing an individual, to one where change is taking place across the systems in a community to create transformation; and, how to create environments where people choose healthier and safer behaviors for themselves. Prevention practitioners are leaders in both communities and organizations. Leaders cannot force others to change behaviors; however, they can create conditions in which behavior change is more likely.
The Positive Culture Framework (PCF) Integration Skills Training provides prevention coordinators an opportunity and the tools to map their current prevention strategies in a way that reveals gaps in services and systems, as well as, provide tips on how to align and leverage prevention strategies for greater impact. Health and safety issues are very complex, and there are no simple solutions to issues like substance abuse, traffic safety or violence. No single strategy that can successfully address these issues; it takes a variety of strategies to create change. The integration, or alignment of prevention strategies within an organization or a community is critical.
The following is a brief webinar on the three main Positive Culture Framework skills: Leadership, Communication, and Integration.
Contact the Center
Please contact us if you are interested in further information at mail@CHSCulture.org or (406) 994-7873.