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Professionalism Basics Training
February 8 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pm
The Behavioral Health Administration, the University of Maryland Training is pleased to bring Professionalism Basics Training to you.
What is Professionalism Basics Training?
Professionalism Basics is a 3-hour training that provides a brief overview of what it is meant to be professional, and the behaviors and characteristics associated with being professional.
You will learn to:
- Define professionalism
- Identify traits of professionalism
- Apply professionalism to various work settings and cultures
- Be professional in meetings both in face-to-face meetings and virtual meetings
- Recognize the elements of being professional, such as respect, ethics, honesty, and integrity
When– February 8, 2022
Time– 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Training will promptly start at 9:00 a.m. No one will be admitted after 9:15 a.m.
Where: Virtual Training
You cannot use your cell phone for this training. You will be asked to leave the training if you are using only your cell phone.
After you are registered and confirmed for the training, we will provide you with a link and any other additional instructions you may need to join this training.
Instructors: Jennifer Tuerke, CPRS, RPS, CHW, Executive Director, Voices of Hope Inc, Elkton, Maryland, and Erin Woodie, CPRS, RPS, CHW, Chief Operations Officer, Voices of Hope Inc., Elkton, Maryland
CEUs: This training will provide 3 CEUs, Mentoring and Education.
You must be in attendance for the entire time of the training and pass a quiz at the end of the training and receive a grade of 80% or better to receive a certificate.
Additional Information: After you are registered and confirmed for the training, we will provide you with a link and any other materials you may need to join the training.
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