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Local Training & Lectures

Ongoing

  • Parenting Classes at Family Resource Center of South Florida, Inc., 1393 SW 1st Street Miami, FL 33135 or 16090 SW 293 Drive Homestead, FL 33033.  English, Spanish & Creole. 16 week course. All Dependency Court-required parenting program elements are part of this program . . .
  • Family Empowerment Program Mexican-American Council presents: Family Empowerment Program.  A parent support system based on the Positive Parenting Program: Triple P: Build stronger relationships with your teen; Deal calmly with conflict and emotional outbursts; Equip teens to handle life’s problems; Prepare teens for risky situations. For more information contact: 786-243-2328.
  • Money Smart Management for Young Adults Program – FREE Students will learn the essentials of financial education:The basics of bank services, the importance of saving, smart money management, using credit responsibly, investing, wealth building, avoiding identity theft, paying for college, and more. Eligibility Requirements: Ages 15-22; Attend six (6) weeks of classes; Income requirements. Students who complete the program will receive: A Certificate; Tablet; $100 to open a bank account.
  • Be Bold. Be Heard. Miami Speaker’s Bureau If you are a person living with HIV/AIDS and would like to learn the tools of public speaking and storytelling – join the Miami Speaker’s Bureau today. Educate, inspire, and empower others.
  • Free Professional Development Workshops at Survivors’ Pathway

Webinars & E-Learning Classes

October 2019

  • October 17: Advocacy & Policy: The Building Blocks for the Future  Many nonprofits were created to address issues in a community. Most don’t realize how important and how powerful advocating for resources are for their clients. This introductory webinar will help you understand the importance of advocating and speaking up for your clients and your organization’s mission. Devin will discuss the dos and the don’ts in advocacy. Describe what is advocacy and tools and strategies for developing good plans for advocating for their clients.
  • October 31: Marketing Strategies for Sustainable Client Recruitment and HIV Services  Primary Care Development Corp. Sustainable Strategies for RWHAP Community Organizations initiative is a three-year, U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)-funded cooperative agreement. The goal of this National Training (T) and Technical Assistance (TA) program is to support ASOs and CBOs in increasing their capacity to improve engagement and retention of People Living with HIV in care by enhancing service models or partnering with service providers within the health care system.

2019 E-Summit
E-Summit is an online conference held as a series of webinars during the month of October. This annual project began in 2015 as an LGBT health initiative by LGBT HealthLink, a program of CenterLink.

2019 SF SE AETC

Ongoing

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