FLPPS and Heritage Christian Services-Eleversity live webinar training series – fall/winter sessions scheduled
FLPPS and Heritage Christian Services-Eleversity Live Webinar Training Series
will be hosting live webinar trainings over the next several months. This collaboration is aimed at improving and increasing the skills and knowledge of the health and human services sector employment base, with a focus on COVID-19 shifting requirements for non-profit organizations. Upcoming webinars will cover the following topics:
A Whole New World: Providing Remote or Virtual Person-Centered Trauma-Informed and Culturally-Informed Services
Engagement and Re-Engagement!
Managing Change: Prioritizing Team Morale and Productivity During Times of Transition
Supervising a Remote Workforce
Helping Those Who Help Others
Registration for these sessions is now open in the FLPPS LMS. There are multiple dates and times for each topic.
Webinar to explore rural health workforce challenges
Kris Stiegler, senior project coordinator at the Center for Health Workforce Studies at SUNY Albany will present on rural health workforce challenges. The webinar will review primary and secondary data to describe research on workforce trends. Other topics include: supply and demand of the health care workforce, recruitment and retention, federal shortage area designations, service obligated programs, challenges to the workforce as a result of COVID-19, and highlight other resources for decision makers.
The webinar will be held at 1 p.m. Oct. 15. Click here to register in advance for this webinar.
Symposium planned on adverse childhood experiences, trauma and response
The 7th Annual Capital District ACES Symposium will be held virtually on from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 15. CEUs are available at cost for participants.
Federal grant funding available to address rural healthcare workforce shortages
The U.S. Department of Labor announced the availability of up to $40 million in funding in the Rural Healthcare Grant Program to address rural healthcare workforce shortages in communities across the country.
The Department’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA), which administers the program, seeks to address this shortage through the release of funding to invest in successful, employer-driven, training models and community partnerships to establish sustainable programs to address rural healthcare shortages.
Monroe County Executive Adam Bello announces funding for new healthcare training program at Monroe Community College
MPower Healthcare will provide training for people seeking jobs in essential healthcare positions.
Monroe County has committed $550,000 in CARES Act funding for Monroe Community College (MCC) to develop, implement, and manage a workforce development partnership, MPower Healthcare. This innovative program will provide free training to Monroe County residents looking for work in essential health and medical positions.