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Community Health Worker Training Program
The training includes 10 weeks of module-based learning, comprised of self-paced and weekly virtual real-time sessions for over 100 hours of learning.
Most virtual real-time sessions are held in the evenings but there are some trainings that occur during weekday daytime hours. You can review the course schedule here.
In addition to the 10 weeks of learning, students are required to participate in a 40-hour in-person field practicum facilitated by the HCGH Community Care Team. This 40 hour practicum is required by the State of Maryland to earn accreditation as a Community Health Worker.
Spring Cohort =March 21-June 30. Registration closes February 23, or sooner if class is full.
The curriculum will focus on nine core competencies:
1. Advocacy and community capacity building skills
2. Effective oral and written communication skills
3. Cultural competency
4. Understanding of ethics and confidentiality issues
5. Knowledge of local resources and system navigation
6. Care coordination support skills
7. Teaching skills to promote healthy behavior
8. Outreach methods and strategies
9. Understanding of public health concepts and health literacy
Learners must complete all module activities, pass an objective knowledge assessment and complete a case study presentation to be certified.
The training is open to anyone in the community 18 years and older who has a high school diploma or GED.
Mandatory Vaccine Policy: Johns Hopkins Medicine requires proof of vaccination against Covid-19 and the flu by March 14 . If you do not submit proof of vaccination by that time, you will be ineligible for the class and will receive a partial refund (90%). No exceptions to this policy.
Cancellation policy: To receive a refund, registrants must submit a request for cancellation at least 2 weeks before the first day of class.
Virtual Via Zoom