Incubator for a multicultural California Association of Community Health Workers
A free mobile course designed by CHWs, for CHWs
The course is intended for CHWs and CHW Supervisors. Learners will have the ability to access and download videos, reading materials, and reflection exercises on the following topics:
And for the past 20 years, we’ve also been helping other organizations start or strengthen their own CHW programs. The experience we’ve gained along the way fuels our best-in-class training curriculum. Our goal is the same as yours – to help serve and empower communities across the nation
Curriculum and Workforce Engagement Specialist
Direct Line: 956-338-0227
Main Phone: 956-968-3600
Talance, Inc., provides curriculum development and technology tools to organizations that want to create workers who transform health in America’s communities. Talance, Inc., lends its clients straight-forward strategies that determine what their staff needs to know, how best to reach them and how to spur ongoing learning.
CHWTraining delivers health-specific online courses in a single annual subscription. Your team members can take interactive courses and download useful resources at their own pace.
On the job training and continuing education
Alelo Launches Avatar-Based Online Course to meet surging demand for Healthcare Workers and Build Rapid Skills in Unemployed/Underemployed. Alelo launched its artificial intelligence-driven Community Health Worker Course on May 10th, 202. The course trains unemployed and underemployed workers without a college degree for a career in public health in just eight weeks. Training will expand to other healthcare professions later in the year.
COVID-19 has added an urgent need to trace contacts, promote vaccination compliance, and more. Standard certificate programs take a year to complete and lack vital interpersonal training needed for contact with patients. Alelo’s scenario-based simulations will cut training time in half and provide patient interaction experience so workers are productive faster. We are starting with Contact Tracers and will expand to health workers dealing with aging patients, neurological disorders, diabetes, and other chronic illnesses. Workers can enter the Alelo program with a high school diploma. Communities and organizations benefit from improved health outcomes. Watch webinar recording >
ABOUT ALELO INC
Alelo is a world leader in AI avatar-based learning solutions for corporate, government, and academic applications. Alelo’s remote learning methods are transforming the way people acquire real-world skills worldwide.
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Contact: W. Lewis Johnson PhD. CEO firstname.lastname@example.org
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the shortage of trained health workers who can respond to rapidly evolving health emergencies. Meanwhile, the job losses in industries such as travel and hospitality have widened the gap between worker skills and available jobs, and has forced underemployed workers to consider reskilling for new occupations.
We are an organization based out of Florida that is doing work nationally to combat racial disparities in Maternal and Child Health. One of the trainings we provide is a comprehensive Maternal-Child Health Community Health Worker Training. I'll attach an outline here. All of our trainings are based on The JJ Way Methodology - developed by Jennie Joseph, and has been proven to reduce racial disparities in the childbearing years.
This 48-hour comprehensive program provides a combination of community health worker skills and competencies with a special focus on perinatal health. Participants will be prepared to provide life-saving education and support to childbearing parents and families, as well as play a significant role as part of the maternal health care professional team. As ‘perinatal practitioner extenders’ with a firm foundation in maternal child health (MCH), our CHW’s are trained to work in a variety of settings including private practices, birth centers, hospitals, clinics, community settings and homes, building and modeling strong collaborations to establish perinatal networks. They cover all aspects of the childbearing cycle – pregnancy, birth and postpartum, and reproductive health. They are able to teach across the life-course with culturally-congruent and evidence-based information, including demonstrating and modeling health practices and creating liaisons and trusting relationships with other health providers and agencies.
This course stands out from others in that it continually addresses racism in health disparities and racism in health systems, as evidenced by health outcomes and statistics.
Special emphasis will be placed on:
– Safety and quality in maternal health care and support
– Characteristics of health models and health systems
– Barriers to health care services
– Health system navigation and collaboration
– Reproductive and Maternal Justice
– Related community resources
Director of Educational Programming
Updates for 2022
To adequately prepare learners for a career in allied healthcare, Futuro Health has added an 8 week JumpStart course called Human Touch Healthcare as a prerequisite for enrolling in the Community Health Worker program. The course is designed to build soft skills that employers are looking for in their allied healthcare workforce. The JumpStart program is entirely online with both on-demand content and required live virtual sessions. Please note: This course will have a non-refundable registration fee of $50.
With the addition of JumpStart to the Community Health Worker program, what's changing?
Spots in both Human Touch Healthcare and the Community Health Worker program are limited and first come, first served.
To discuss next steps for securing your spot, please schedule a time to connect with me as soon as possible using the following link: https://student.ucoachapp.com/schedule/82EmNnnt0lVXJ
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400 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, CA 95814
The pandemic’s aftermath will include a rise in mental health issues with accompanying behavioral health issues like mild depression, drug use, alcohol abuse, etc. Futuro Health’s investment in a behavioral health-trained workforce starts by enrolling 350 adults tuition-free to become Community Health Workers (CHW) with behavioral health training so that they can be of service in their own communities. CHWs are being called out by the Biden administration. Pass on the opportunity to people you know.