Roadmap to Ready Releases 2016 Tentative Workshop Agenda

Nov 06, 2015 | Mary Hodges

NACCHO released the tentative agenda for the 2016 Roadmap to Ready workshop. Roadmap to Ready is a training and mentoring program for local health department preparedness coordinators who have been in their roles for less than two years. The Roadmap to Ready program will kick off with an all-day workshop that will take place on April 18, 2016 in conjunction with the 2016 Preparedness Summit at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. As part of the 2016 workshop, participants will complete a series of learning modules lead by NACCHO staff, guest faculty, and program mentors. The tentative agenda is posted below. Please note that agenda times and topics may be subject to change in advance of the Summit.

Roadmap to Ready Tentative Workshop Agenda

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There will also be optional networking event(s) and additional office hours to further assist participants with the formulation of their individual development plans during the Preparedness Summit.

Apply to Roadmap to Ready

The application for the 2016 Roadmap to Ready program is now open! Applications for new participants and new mentors for the 2016 Roadmap to Ready program will be accepted until December 15, 2015. For more information about applying as a participant or mentor please visit the following links:

To apply to Roadmap to Ready, please complete the following application. Applications will take approximately 15 to 60 minutes to complete for participant and mentor applicants, respectively.

If you have questions about the Roadmap to Ready Program or application process, please contact preparedness@naccho.org.

We hope to see you in Texas!


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