Upcoming Training Opportunities

USC's Healthy Campus Summit| October 19 | Columbia, S.C. 

USC's annual, free Healthy Campus Summit provides colleges and universities with the information, tools and resources they need to engage their communities and create healthy campus environments. The Healthy Campus Summit is hosted by Healthy Campus Initiatives within Student Health Services in support of the campus’ Healthy Carolina vision to create a healthy campus environment through the collaborative development, promotion and assessment of policies, programs, services and initiatives that address all dimensions of wellness for the members of the University of South Carolina campus community.This year’s summit is brought to you by a collaborative partnership among Carolina Food Co., the Leadership and Service Center, and Student Health Services. Together these entities strive to shape the food culture at the University of South Carolina. Free CHES/MCHES credits may be available for this conference. 

 Visit here to learn more abou the Summit and to register. 

Southern Obesity Summit| October 22 - 24 | Charleston, W.V. 

With a focus on collective impact through the lens of Health Equity; we will explore system impacts where we live, work, learn, eat, play and pray. This Summit brings together leadership from across the south to share, learn and develop strategies for positive change around obesity prevention. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, network and change the culture of health in your community! 

Visit here to learn more about the summit and to register. 

 

Working Well webinar: How Giving Back Can Propel Your Organization Forward | October 24 

Working Well in collaboration with the Oklahoma Hospital Associationn's WorkHealthy Hospital Initiative, is hosting a webinar called How Giving Back can Propel Your Organization Forward. This free webinar will discuss how workplace volunteer programs cna improve retention, engagement, and productivity. The webinar will be held October 24 from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m. 

Visit here to register for the upcoming webinar.

Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities| October 29 - 30 | Spartanburg, S.C. 

Hundreds of healthy eating and active living specialists and policy leaders from across South Carolina gather at the Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities to improve the lives and health of all residents. It’s the only statewide conference that unites healthy eating and active living specialists and decision makers from across the state.

Visit here to learn more and to register.

8th Annual Working Well Fall Training| November 7 | Columbia, S.C. | 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

Register for the 8th Annual Working Well Fall Training. This year’s training will focus on "A New Era of Employee Wellbeing: Exploring how culture, operations, and purpose can build a resilient, thriving, and fulfilled workforce." 

This exciting, day-long training brings together our entire cohort of Working Well hospitals, businesses, municipalities, institutions of higher education and state agencies to network and share best practices and challenges in employee wellbeing and workplace health promotion. The meeting will feature speakers from across the state to share best practices and implementation strategies. The meeting will also include a fitness break and a heart-healthy lunch.

The training is free to all Working Well members and is $25 for nonmembers. More information, including session topics and speakers, will be released as the date approaches. Visit here to register.

 

 

Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference | April 1-5 | Hilton Head Island, S.C. 

You are invited you to attend the 29th Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference. You will learn new concepts that challenge you, gain practical tools you can implement when you return home, and meet colleagues who share your passion for making a difference. 

The conference theme is “Adapting to the Emerging Growth and Evolution of Health Promotion: How do employers, clinicians, health promotion providers and communities need to adapt to benefit from the emerging growth and evolution of health promotion?” Visit here to learn more. 


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06-25-2018 02:12 (EDT)