New Training! Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication and Public Health Messaging in K-12 Schools
The Virtual Training Academy is launching a new training!
What is Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC)?
Crisis and Emergency Risk Communication (CERC) practices in public health come from planning and responding to natural disasters, emergencies, and other events with consequences for health and illness.
- This training is fully asynchronous and will take 1.5 to 2 hours to complete
What Will You Learn?
CERC practice can help school administrators and designated staff prepare to communicate more effectively in an emergency and keep their school community safe.
Who should take this training?
This course is intended for K-12 school and district staff along with local health department staff/school partners who are responsible for the development and dissemination of critical and time-sensitive information to stakeholders including students, staff, faculty, families, and the community regarding public health emergencies occurring in the school setting.
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