Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit Training

  • When
    • June 12, 2019
    • Sign-in begins at 9:30 a.m. Training begins at 10:00 a.m. and ends at 3:30 p.m.
  • Where
    • Ashland United Methodist Church
    • 2600 Ashland Road
    • Columbia, SC 29210
  • Who Should Attend
    • Tobacco Education Program (TEP) facilitators, substance use disorder prevention staff, health educators, school staff, law enforcement professionals (including school resource officers), and other public health professionals as space allows
  •  Description
    • The Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit is a new, theory-based and evidence-informed resource, created by educators and researchers, aimed at preventing middle and high school students’ use of tobacco and nicotine, including e-cigarettes/vapes and pod-based systems such as JUUL.
  •  Objectives
    • 1) Provide an overview of the Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit, including goals, content, materials, and adaptability in multiple settings
    • 2) Offer tips on how to best utilize the Tobacco Prevention Toolkit website resources3) To gain a basic knowledge of family dynamics and child development.
    • 3) Prepare and present lessons on addiction, e-cigs/vapes/pod-based systems, and other key topics to discuss with youth.
    • 4) Review recent studies and research about concerns and harms associated with the latest tobacco/nicotine products
  • Trainers
    • Richard Ceballos, B.A., Project Co-Director, and Sheila McLaughlin, M.F.A., Associate Director of Outreach, for the Stanford Tobacco Prevention Toolkit
  • Credit
    • 4 hours (Participants must attend the entire training to receive a Certificate of Attendance.)
  • Cost
    • None (Lunch is on your own.)
  • Registration Deadline
    • June 7, 2019