What Is Included in Community Health Worker Participation in Community Needs and Resource Assessments?
As bridges to their communities, Community Health Workers are a crucial part of community needs and resource assessments. With the Community Health Worker Participation in Community Needs and Resource Assessments training, participants will develop an understanding of the role a Community Health Worker plays in the process and the techniques they can use will enhance a supervisor’s ability to produce a more accurate and productive needs and resource assessment. The objectives of this session are to:
- Define the process of a community needs and resources assessment
- Identify the different roles Community Health Workers can play in a community needs and resources assessment
- Understand how Community Health Workers can lead group discussion on community needs
- Demonstrate how Community Health Workers can utilize community asset mapping
Make The Training Work For You
This session can be completed individually or as a full Level II training. If you would like to mix and match sessions to create your own training package, please contact us for additional information.
This training session can be provided on-site at the location of your choice or as a live, fully interactive virtual training.
This training session lasts 4 hours. A virtual training costs $889 and an on-site training is $2,469* including all travel costs.