Exploring ISSUP’s Online Learning Hub

Publication Date
Format
ISSUP Webinars

In conjunction with the launch of ISSUP’s Online Learning Hub, ISSUP, The Colombo Plan and CICAD are pleased to invite you to attend an introductory webinar where you will have the opportunity to tour the Hub and preview courses that are available as well as learn how to make a training request and register for the online trainings.

This webinar will be offered three times.

First Occurrence Recording (English):

Second Occurrence (English):

 


Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  1. Differentiate between online instructor-led courses and online self-led courses
  2. Describe the requirements and process to hold an online course
  3. Explain the online training course registration process
  4. Learn how to apply for credentialing/certification online

 

Agenda for English Sessions:

 

Time Allocation

Description 

 

(10 minutes)

Welcome  

Jo Choong, CP-HQ

 

Introductory Remarks

Nathalie Panabokke, CP-HQ

(40 minutes)

Tour of ISSUP Online Learning Hub:

  • Online Instructor-led Courses
  • Open vs Closed courses
  • Scheduled courses
  • How to make a training request
  • How to register for an online course (10 min)

 

  • Self-led Courses (5 min)
  • Applying for Online Credentialing/Certification Examination (5 min)

 

  • Overview of online instructor-led courses - UPC-M&S, UPC-P, SOGI and WISE (20 min)
    • Course creation
    • Registration process
    • Navigation tools
    • Supervision of students

Moderator: Jo Choong, CP-HQ

Presenters: Joanna/Livia, ISSUP

 

 

 

Becky Vaughn, GCCC

 

 

 

Jo Rivas, CP-Chile Office

 

Dr. Andreas Hein, CICAD consultant

 

 

(20 minutes) 

 

 

Question and Answer

Moderator: Jo Choong, CP-HQ

All attendees

(5 minutes)

Next Steps and Conclusion

Jo Choong, CP-HQ

Webinars and online events delivered and hosted by the International Society of Substance Use Professionals (ISSUP) are provided for informational purposes only. They are educational in nature and do not constitute medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Country
United Kingdom
Resource Language

English

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