Live Training Overview
The NCLHDA Program offers a multi-tiered training program to meet a wide range of needs. From the Accreditation 101: Team-Based and New Agency Accreditation Coordinator (AAC) trainings to the Annual Skills Building Workshop, local health department staff can find a training that meets their needs. This page contains information about trainings provided through the NCLHDA program.
The Annual Skills Building Workshop presents new strategies and innovative approaches for accreditation. Participants can learn from peers, hear from experts and discuss accreditation challenges and successes. Find upcoming workshop dates and view past presentations.
The NewAAC training provides a basic overview of the accreditation process and the role of the AAC. The training is for new AACs, co-AACs and backup AACs. The training is offered bi-annually, each spring and fall. Read more about this training and when it will be offered again.
The Team-Based Training is a three-and-a-half hour “accreditation team” training offered via local AHEC Request. This training is for staff serving on an agency accreditation team who need basic knowledge of the accreditation process.
The webinar, offered once in the fall and once in the spring, will provide an overview of the NCLHDA Dashboard for all users. The webinar will cover the main functions used in the dashboard for NCLHDA evidence submission and review. There is no registration fee, however, registration is required.
Registration will open on September 1. Participants must register by September 30 at 5 p.m.
Every year an update webinar is held to share NCLHDA Program updates for the coming year. Find upcoming workshop dates and view past presentations.