About the Trainer Program
The Opioid Public Health Crisis Trainer Program will provide you the materials and resources and teach you how to deliver the program within your community(ies). To earn trainer designation, individuals complete one or more prerequisite courses and program training via the web. Materials provided via the Trainer Resource Center allows program delivery via on-site or webinar settings.
The Opioid Public Health Crisis (OPHC) Program and Trainer Course is available for use by individuals, healthcare professionals and groups and organizations who are working to prevent and reduce the effects of the opioid public health crisis or who serve individuals at risk for opioid misuse/addiction or overdose.
This program is designed to be delivered to layperson or professionals within your community(ies). This includes, but not limited to:
Businesses, coalition and community members, correctional facilities, educators, faith groups, government, health care professionals, parents and caregivers, pharmacies, school nurses, senior living facilities, sober living communities, treatment and recovery centers, etc.
The training course provides the necessary information to understand and address the potential misuse of opioids, risk factors, and suggested prevention and reduction methods. The training course includes a toolset which is customizable for the professional or layperson audiences.
When deployed across a community, or state, it results in all key stakeholders carrying the same awareness and knowledge level and improves cross-channel collaboration and results.
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Trainer Program Fees
Training and Annual License Fees
Training Fee: $225/person
Includes the Brain and the Disease of Addiction prerequisite course, the Opioid Public Health Crisis online course and live web training, trainer's kit, updates, and access to the online resource center.
Annual License Fee: Individual $200 or Group $400
There are two options for the Annual Program License fee, $200 for one trainer or $400 for a group license. The group rate provides access for two or more trainers within an organization to use the materials.
The license provides access to all the program materials, the online resource center, technical assistance, and program updates during the 12-month licensing period. License renewal is required to use the materials beyond the first 12 months.
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Acquire an in-depth understanding of the opioid public health crisis - historical, current conditions and trends.
Explain how the health crisis developed, the contributors and risk factors.
Identify the multi-faceted solutions model that states, and communities are applying to reduce the effects of the health crisis and the actions an individual / professional can take to improve the outcomes.
Trainer Program Resources
Program materials available through the trainer resource center
Presentation PowerPoint with trainer notes and complete script. Multiple versions for different training lengths and customizable.
Attendee pre-post survey, handouts (quick reference sheet, course notes, additional resources), breakout activities, poll questions, certificate of attendance, customizable flyers, social media graphics and more.
Trainer's receive CE Credit for accredited courses completed during the training process.
COMING SOON: Special attendee discount for additional online learning courses from Overdose Lifeline.
Trainer Training Process
What to Expect
Register: You will be asked to register as a trainer/facilitator of the program.
Prerequisite: You will complete the Brain and the Disease of Addiction online prerequisite course as the first part of your training process.
Program Course: Then you will take the Opioid Public Health Crisis online course to help familiarize yourself with the concepts and information.
Coaching & Technical Assistance: Once you have completed steps 1-3, a live web meeting will be scheduled to review the program materials and toolset to help prepare you for your first delivery of the program.
Resource Center: Access to the Trainer Resource Center and program materials.
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