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Building Resiliency Through Culture
Professional Development, PCC16
What's In This Course
This program encompasses information and definitions related to resiliency, which has been identified as a protective factor in risk-taking behavior. Includes what educators can do to help build resiliency in youth, a learning activity on the "culture connection" and an educator skill on the use of critical thinking to analyze health disparities.
Topic in Brief on Building Resiliency through Culture Journal Summary under Current Research: "The Association of Sexual Behaviors with Socioeconomic Status, Family Structure, and Race/Ethnicity Among U.S. Adolescents" Educator Skill: "The Use of Critical Thinking Skills to Analyze Health Disparities" Learning Activity: "The Culture Connection" Quote of the Month by Chester Higgins, Jr
About Professional Credits
This is a self-study program for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES), Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) and Certified Family Life Educators (CFLE). A general certificate of completion is also available.
CHES/MCHES: 3 (2 basic, 1 advanced)
How to Apply
Order quantity of seats you wish to purchase for the course (one per user) and click “Add to Cart.” Follow instructions to pay and then register for the course. When complete, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to your course on ETR University. Study the relevant material as directed, and then take the course quiz online. Your quiz will be scored automatically. If you receive a passing score, you will gain access to a certificate of completion to print and save. If you do not receive a passing score, you may review the material and retake the quiz until you pass. For more information, contact email@example.com.