Training for Community Health Worker Supervisors and Managers
The work that CHW Supervisors and Managers do is critical to organizational success. We invite you to learn why our L.E.A.D. training is the most complete and trusted curriculum on the market.
A Complete Training Package for CHW Supervisors & Managers
MHP Salud has been employing, training and providing assistance to other organizations around Community Health Workers Supervisors for over 35 years. Our CHW Supervisor L.E.A.D. (Listen, Empower, Advance, Deliver) curriculum training sessions focus on providing clear and concise information for First and Second Line Community Health Worker Supervisors to help your organization and staff in understanding why Community Health Workers may be a good choice for your organization and see how they may fit into your team. This training is only available to organizations.
Once you have the right staff in place, providing high-quality supervision that supports Community Health Workers in doing their job well is essential. Supervising Community Health Workers is often very different from overseeing and managing staff in other types of positions and can require some unique strategies to make the process both beneficial and efficient for everyone involved. Supervisors who understand and value the work that Community Health Workers are doing, actively work to connect them with other team members, and provide support and guidance to their team of Community Health Workers help to make sure their Community Health Worker program is as successful as possible.
Prices shown below reflect fully interactive and live trainings that are provided virtually. If you are interested in scheduling an in-person training, please contact us to discuss options and costs.
Training Sessions for Both New and Experienced CHW Supervisors
Our CHW Supervisor training package is available in three different tiers, and each one builds on the skills established in the previous tier. For most organizations, we recommend starting with our first tier, which we call “CHW Supervisor Foundations.” But, if are seeking training for experienced CHW Supervisors – or if you’ve trained with us before – you may qualify for our Level I or Level II tier. Click on the tabs below to learn more. If you still have questions, please feel free to contact us directly.
As First and Second Line CHW Supervisors, it is important to understand the roles of Community Health Workers and how they can serve your organization best. The Foundations level approaches these questions from the supervisor’s viewpoint.
Sessions can be ordered individually or purchased together as a complete package. The Foundations Package is 16 hours* long, can be facilitated in English or Spanish and provided as a live, fully interactive virtual training for $3,319 for up to 10 participants.
Our CHW Supervisor L.E.A.D. curriculum Level I training builds on topics covered in the Foundations level to support First and Second Line Community Health Worker Supervisors in advancing the work that their CHWs are performing. This level approaches key topics from our Community Health Worker Level I from the supervisor’s viewpoint.
The 12 hours* of Level I training sessions can be facilitated in English or Spanish and provided as a live, fully interactive virtual training for $2,659 for up to 10 participants.
The following sessions and objectives are covered:
Our CHW Supervisor L.E.A.D. curriculum Level II training builds on topics covered in Foundations and Level I to support First and Second Line Community Health Worker Supervisors in maximizing the work of their Community Health Workers. This levels approaches key topics from our Community Health Worker Level II from the supervisor’s viewpoint.
The 8 hours* of Level II training sessions can be facilitated in English or Spanish and provided as a live, fully interactive virtual training for $2,259 for up to 10 participants.
*Training times are estimates and may vary depending on several factors, including participants’ levels of engagement and participation in the training discussions, the number of participants in a session, participants’ experience level, etc. Training times will not exceed the number of hours listed.