Community Health Worker (CHW) Training – October Cohort begins
The Montana Community Health Worker (CHW) training provides the knowledge and skills necessary to become a Community Health Worker. The instructor-guided curriculum takes approximately seven weeks (85 hours) to complete and consists of four online or in-person 15-hour Learning Modules and a 25-houron-the-job Supervised Experience taken at the completion of the four Modules. Each Module contains written content, videos, application activities, case studies and reflective journaling. An individual will gain skills in the following areas: professional skills & conduct; communication; self-care; interpersonal relationships; outreach, navigation &coordination; organization; advocacy; capacity building & teaching. The CHW training is facilitated by an instructor and provides a certificate upon completion.
Click here to register for the Oct. 10, 2022 CHW Course.
Registration for this cohort closes September 26.
*A trainee must be sponsored by an employer prior to beginning the training, as the 25-hour Supervised Experience is required to complete the course.
Coordinated by: MHA & NE MT AHEC