Purpose of training center:
The AzCHOW Training Center is dedicated to providing CHWs across the State with updated and credible information. We know CHWs are integral to supporting our communities. By creating a one-stop shop for CHWs, AzCHOW hope to keep CHWs, CHW supervisors, and partners informed.
Learn more about:
- Mental Health
- Chronic Disease
- Core Competency
- COVID Vaccines
- COVID Recovery Efforts
Request a Training
We’re glad you’re interested in partnering with the AzCHOW Training Center to provide a virtual training to your organization. Please note that we require at least a 2 week notice on training requests. Training request submitted without 2 weeks notices cannot be guaranteed. We will do our best to accommodate on short time frames.
During COVID-19, we are offering virtual trainings to meet organizations where they are at!
Fill out the form below, and we will do our best to respond to your request within 48 hours.
COVID Overview Training
During COVID-19, Community Health Workers (CHWs) are being challenged to adopt new ways to support their communities. This training will explore the new challenges brought on by the pandemic and how to provide an effective response to emotional, behavioral, and mental health concerns during the pandemic. Each module features interactive questions and activities to increase engagement and participation.
This training will discuss the new COVID vaccines to ensure CHWs are trained with credible information to support their communities. CHWs will learn lots of information on the COVID vaccines, such as safety, benefits, speaking with clients, myths, and how the vaccine works. This training features interactive questions and activities to increase virtual engagement and participation.
The goal of the CHW Core Competencies Skills Training is to improve the knowledge of the CHW workforce across the state of Arizona. CHWs will discuss the roles, skills, and qualities as core competencies for CHWs, be able to identify the role and skills of the CHW workforce, and understand the critical role they play in community and clinical settings.