A Letter From Jack Hirose | Fall 2017
While live workshops and conferences can be an excellent opportunity to take a break from your daily work environment, rejuvenate your passion for the field and learn new skills, time and travel restraints can make this a challenge. We have received feedback from participants living in remote locations, with limited travel budgets or busy schedules looking for alternate methods to receive continuing education training.
Webinars are the newest way to customize your learning. Participants can learn from home or tune in an hour per day in between clients. Teachers can learn after class hours during evenings or weekends. There are so many options to tailor the training to your individual needs. All of our webinars have a live air date. Participants can login into their account to watch, pause, re-watch, or play back the sessions.
We have been developing our webinar course offerings over the past two years. Our fall 2017 lineup has a variety of topics including: Resilience, Anxiety, Counselling Strategies for Young Adults, Small Business Skills, Trauma, Learning Disabilities and more. In response to the opiate crisis and participant requests we created a webinar presented by Cardwell C. Nuckols, Ph.D., “The Opiate Crisis: Heroin and Fentanyl and Its Analogues“. More information on all of our webinars is available here.
Jack Hirose, M.A.