Training Resources

Resources for CHWs/Promotores

The National CHW Training Center provides certification and continuing education classes in-person and online. For in-person trainings, we post handouts and resources afterwards for attendees to view and download later.

Additionally, CHW conference opportunities are listed below.

Handouts & Materials

Please select a training from the list below to access the materials:

  • March 26, 2018. Edinburg, Texas.
  • Dejar de fumar: La llave para una vida más saludable. 

SPANISH CCHD Tobacco Cessation inperson 2018

Tobacco Cessation Toolkit

  • July 22, 2017. Corpus Christi, Texas.

Practical Tips for Getting It D.O.N.E. (Diabetes, Obesity, Nutrition, Exercise)

DONE ENGLISH -FINAL_7.22.17

Nutrition Jeopardy2

100 Promotoras – DONE Corpus

  • February 13, 2017. Harlingen, Texas.

Smiles for Life Oral Health Curriculum

Frontline Health Workers

Relationship of Oral To Systemic Health
Child Oral Health
Adult Oral Health
Women’s Oral Health
Geriatric Oral Health

CHW Conferences

Please revisit periodically for most current information:

  • 2018 1st Annual Regional Conference 

DFW-CHW Association

October 25th & 26th 2018

Texas Health Resources Pavilion, 600 E. Lamar Arlington, Texas 76011

https://sites.google.com/dfwchw.org/annualregionalconference/ 

  • Wellness Conference 

Texas A&M Colonials Program 

September 14th, 2018

Laredo, TX

  • 2018 Community Health Worker Conference

Northeast Texas Community Health Worker Coalition

July 13, 2018

Tyler, TX

Register here.

  • 12th Annual CHW Conference

Texas Gulf Coast CHW/Promotores Association

April 13, 2018

Houston, TX

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/12th-annual-chw-conference-houston-tx-registration-40921660789

Additional Resources

  • The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Riñones, Tesoros (Kidneys, Treasures) Education Program for Community Health Workers aims to educate Hispanics at risk for kidney disease about the need for testing and steps they can take to protect their kidneys. The program is designed to help community health workers (CHWs) or “promotores de salud” educate Hispanics living with diabetes about kidney disease and kidney failure. The content is intended to complement existing diabetes education curricula, but it can also be used as a standalone program. CHWs can use this toolkit wherever they teach in their community, including community centers, hospitals, community health clinics, continuing education classes, schools, faith communities, or even homes.”

  • The CHW ACTION Project

The ACTION project engages Community Health Workers and partner organizations to deliver more effective cancer education, training, and navigation. The project focuses on Colorectal, Cervical, and Breast Cancer prevention, detection, treatment, and survivorship.