Upcoming training opportunities
Race Equity and Inclusion Webinar Series
Racial disparities, discrimination, and segregation are widespread and continue to undermine our nation’s social fabric. The purpose of this webinar series is to provide organizations with the foundational knowledge needed to integrate race equity and inclusion into programs, policies, and practices. The webinars will feature speakers from the acclaimed Race Matters Institute based in Baltimore, Md., as well as from community-based groups focusing on health equity within North and South Carolina.
These webinars will deepen knowledge of racial equity principles and concepts; cover how to become an equity-focused organization; explain the importance of disaggregated data to propose policy solutions; and explore how to collect, analyze, and effectively use disaggregated data. The series will conclude with case studies of equity-focused initiatives within the Carolinas.
July 10 / 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. - Get Your House in Order – Strategies to Advance Racial Equity Inside Your Organization
July 31 / 10 – 11:30 a.m. - Data Matters – Disaggregating Data by Race and Ethnicity
August 14 / 1 – 2:30 p.m. - Health Equity in Action – Case Studies from the Carolinas
To learn more or to register for a webinar, visit here. Please note, since registration is limited, individuals from the same organization are encouraged to view the series together and register under a single name.
Leadership Summit for Healthier Communities | October 23-24 | The Marriott, Columbia, SC
Save the date for the Leadership Summit for Healthier Communities, formerly known as the SC Obesity Summit. The Leadership Summit for Healthy Communities is the only statewide conference that focuses on healthy eating and active living. Over the past 14 years, the Summit has grown in attendance as content specialists in obesity prevention, healthy eating, and active living strategies meet with community partners who are working on local solutions. Participants who attend represent various sectors including health, education, faith, local government and nonprofits.
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7th Annual Working Well Fall Meeting | November 8 | 9 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.
Save the date for the 7th Annual Working Well Fall Meeting! 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.
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