Registration is Open!
GUIDE is excited to announce another round of virtual Prevention Trainings taking place in March and April, 2021!
This is a fantastic opportunity to take all four PCCG Core Courses from home. Don’t miss out!
The Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia (PCCG) is a 501(c)6 organization with committees covering credentialing, recertification, training, public relations, resource development and prevention ethics. PCCG works to advance the prevention field by promoting credentialing standards of excellence. To fulfill one of the requirements to become a Certified Preventionist in the state of Georgia, applicants must attend all four core courses (Fundamentals of Prevention, Ethics in the Prevention Field, Cultural Competency for the Prevention Professional and Communication Skills for the Prevention Professional).
Attend one, or attend them all! To learn about additional requirements for credentialing, click here.
PCCG Core Courses
Fundamentals of Prevention: $100
This course, approved by the Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia as a Core Course, will provide a basic foundation of prevention knowledge that can be further expanded through ongoing prevention training and development. By the end of this workshop, participants will:
- Identify protective factors currently being used or those that will be implemented;
- Identify one prevention process/program that represents each prevention strategy;
- Identify risk factors;
- Determine what works in prevention;
- Define prevention strategies; and
- Outline historical timeline of prevention
Monday, March 1 and Thursday, March 4 from 10 am – 4 pm (registrant must attend both days of webinars in order to receive credit)
Communication Skills for the Prevention Professional: $50
This course, approved by the Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia as a Core Course, is a response to the prevention domain changes made by IC&RC. In order for prevention professionals to be prepared to interview or test for their prevention credentials, they will need this core course that will focus on interpersonal communication, facilitation, public speaking and good listening skills as well as public awareness campaigns and marketing basics.
Tuesday, March 16 from 10 am – 4 pm
Ethics in the Prevention Field: $50
This course, approved by the Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia as a Core Course, is designed to provide a basic introduction to the Principles of the Code of Ethical Conduct for Prevention, Early Intervention and Health Promotion Professionals and Volunteers. It will also provide an overview of the ethical dilemmas that Prevention Professionals encounter in their work. Using the Code of Ethics from the Prevention Think Tank as a framework, participants will explore ethical principles using interactive methods and role-plays that encourage and support adult learning.
Tuesday, March 30 from 10 am – 4 pm
Cultural Competency for the Prevention Professional: $50
This course, approved by the Prevention Credentialing Consortium of Georgia as a Core Course, will give Prevention Professionals a refresher in cultural awareness and appropriateness in the prevention field. At a young age most people learn how to recognize differences more quickly than similarities and how to dislike others who are not like us. In our ever-increasing diverse communities, understanding, tolerance and appreciation for differences is necessary to running effective prevention programs. This session will include activities and discussions exploring cultural diversity and prejudices in a safe environment in order to learn how to increase cultural competence and create safe spaces in your programs and organizations. Bring an open mind, as we will discuss critical diversity issues such as racism, ageism, heterosexism and sexism.
Tuesday, April 13 from 10 am – 4 pm
Online payment is available during registration via credit or debit card.
All courses require pre-registration. A minimum of six people must be registered for each course in order for the course to be offered. If registration minimums are not met 5 business days before the scheduled course(s), the course(s) will be canceled and all fees refunded.
For any questions or concerns regarding registration, please contact Gregory Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to receive a refund or credit that can be applied for a future training event, cancellations must be received no later than two business days prior to the scheduled webinar. Refunds or credits are not available after that time. Credits expire on the last day of the calendar year in which they were issued.