Communication

Communicating in a Crisis: Be First. Be Right. Be Credible

 

This DISTANCE BASED course enables learners to acquire basic knowledge and skills when they need it, to respond effectively during a health emergency, and to develop a communications plan before an emergency. 

When participants complete the workbook they will be able to:

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Writing Success Stories: Impact and Value

This DISTANCE BASED course enables learners to acquire basic knowledge and skills when they need it, to develop stories to share their program's successes. This course could be used to complement SMDP courses in Advocacy, Project Management, Process Improvement and Building Health Programs That Work.

When participants complete the workbook they will be able to:

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Effective Presentation Skills

This course is an introduction to public speaking. It can be useful for professionals who must teach classes or conduct scientific presentations.

When participants complete this course they will be able to:

  • Apply the four cornerstones method of a successful presentation
  • Develop and organize presentation content
  • Prepare and deliver a more effective presentation
  • Use visual aids and supportive materials effectively

This course includes a participant workbook, facilitators guide and PowerPoint presentation.

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Crisis Communication Webinar

Make plans to join us Tuesday March 1 9:00-10:30am eastern time for a session on Crisis Communication. CDC senior advisor, author and professor Dr. Barbara Reynolds will introduce you to important aspects of managing communication in a crisis, to ensure your message is prompt, accurate and trustworthy. Participants will have access to training materials to continue their studies at their workplace. You will receive an email with registration information. NOTE 90 minute class time-to allow more time for questions & practice!

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