Certified Prevention Specialist
Trainings/Resources for Continue Education Units (CEUs)
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Program National Training and Technical Assistance Center (OJJDP, NTTAC)
Search for Webinars, online, self-study courses on various related topics.
Pauline Martel Trainings
Offers home study ethics course (prerequisite is previous face to face prevention ethics class)
Contact Pauline Martel atpaulinem@ADAPT-OR.ORG or (541) 672-2691
University of Oregon: Substance Abuse Prevention Program
Courses are available that meet the requirements for certification; term-long and short courses are offered in varying formats. Nearly anyone can enroll in UO courses through the Community Education Program (cep.uoregon.edu). Visit http://sapp.uoregon.edu/courses/index.php for class schedule.
Visit http://sapp.uoregon.edu/courses/index.php for class schedule.
Underage Drinking Enforcement Training Center
Distance Learning Courses: http://www.udetc.org/distancelearning.htm
SAMSHA Technical and Training Assistance Resources
Archived Webinars: http://captus.samhsa.gov/access-resources/resource-types/archived-webinars
Upcoming Trainings and Conferences (includes Webinars)
CASAT Continuing Education
Home Study: https://pxtx.casat.org/home_study_products
CASAT Workforce Development for Substance Abuse Professionals
Academic Courses-Online and Products (NAADAC approved)
http://casat.unr.edu/distance_learning.html (Includes an 8 hours Ethics course)
Oregon Addictions and Mental Health Division Trainings and Conferences
Contact Jill Dale for more information at Jill.firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-945-6968.
**Note: Many webinars will not provide participants with a Continuing Education Unit (CEU) certificate. ACCBO will honor any online, webinar, etc. courses offered by any of the above organizations. When attending trainings from the above organizations, please obtain a record of title, date and hours (confirmation email, completion email, etc.) and submit with your CPS initial application or re-certification application.
If you have questions, please contact the ACCBO office at 503-231-8164.