It is the goal of CPCA's Training department to enhance community health centers' (CHCs) capacity and competitiveness by developing timely and leading-edge trainings. Integrating practical, strategic, and relational skill-building will increase CHCs' abilities to respond to and evolve within the ever-changing health care environment. CPCA sponsors a variety of trainings throughout the year and also co-sponsors trainings with federal and state organizations and CPCA regional associations. CPCA is committed to serving our members' training needs and as such has developed multi-level training modules on numerous topics.
"HOW TO" VIDEO TUTORIALS
to view a collection of short "How-To" videos that address FAQs relating to our website and different training processes, including:
- How to Find Training Events on the CPCA Website
- How to Log-in & View Profile
- How to Register for a CPCA Webinar
- How to Prevent Webinar Echoes
- How to Register for a Course in CPCA's Online Training Portal
- How to Navigate to CPCA's Online Training Portal & Dashboard
- How to Add CPCA Online Training Portal Course Events to Your Calendar
TRAININGS & REGISTRATION
To view a listing of scheduled trainings, or to register for a training, visit the REGISTRATION CALENDAR
Upon registering for an online training, you will receive two separate communications:
- An email from CPCA Training <firstname.lastname@example.org> containing the receipt immediately upon registration.
- An email from CPCA Zoom <email@example.com> with your Zoom link and a link to add the event directly to your calendar. We recommend you add it to your calendar upon receipt.
CPCA conducts numerous conferences throughout the year. Click here to learn more information on attending, speaking, exhibiting, or even sponsoring one of our highly visible events.
Effective 11/1/21: No refunds will be available for cancellations received on or after 10 business days before the start date of the event/training. To receive a maximum refund of 50% of the registration price prior to this deadline, all cancellations must be in writing and submitted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Substitutions of registrations in lieu of cancellation is encouraged.
“No Shows” are non-refundable.
INVOICING/PAY LATER POLICY UPDATE
Effective Wednesday, December 1, 2021
the “Pay Later” option will no longer be available when registering for trainings or events that have a fee associated with them. Payment will be required at the time of registration via credit card. If you have any questions or concerns about this change, please email us at email@example.com
IMPLICIT BIAS & CULTURAL & LINGUISTIC COMPETENCY - UPDATE 1/1/2022
CPCA provides training and education to community health centers for general illustration and instructional purposes. As an anti-racist organization, we are committed to providing educational opportunities that are unbiased and meet the fullest standards for cultural and linguistic competency for both accredited and non-accredited events. To that end, our Association intends to be in full compliance with the intent of AB 241
Implicit Bias in continuing education and AB 1195
Continuing Education: cultural and linguistic competency. Please read through the text of these bills to understand the intent of the legislature, now codified as California Business and Professions Code 2190.1
EVENTS CODE OF CONDUCT
All attendees, speakers, sponsors, and volunteers at our conference must agree with CPCA’s code of conduct. This will be enforced by CPCA staff at all times. We thank you for your cooperation in ensuring that our conferences are a safe and inclusive professional development environment. Harassment of any kind is strictly prohibited. This includes any and all harassment related to gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, or religion. Inappropriate or unwelcome sexual attention is considered a form of harassment. Inappropriate comments, jokes, or imagery related to race, ethnicity, or any category mentioned above is strictly prohibited. CPCA has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment of any kind at CPCA events. Participants found to be violating this policy will be asked to leave the event, regardless of role, responsibility, or previous agreements. Participants are not entitled to a refund if found violating CPCA’s code of conduct. Participants are expected to maintain professional behavior standards while participating in CPCA events, and excessive intoxication is not permited. The terms of this policy extend to all conference venues, including educational sessions, tradeshow, social activities, and online media. Participants will be asked to stop all harassing or inappropriate behavior if observed or reported to CPCA staff and will be expected to comply immediately. CPCA holds the right to remove any participant from a CPCA event at its sole discretion, and such participants are not eligible for refunds. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of the conference staff immediately.
If an in-person event sells out due to limited capacity, the CPCA training team will maintain a waitlist to reallocate any spots that become available. We encourage you to submit a waitlist request for one member of your staff only as to expedite communication if a spot should open. All waitlist requests must be made in writing and sent to Training@cpca.org. Once CPCA staff are notified of an opening, the first entry on the waitlist will be notified via email and will have until the end of the next business day to confirm by replying to the email. If confirmation is not received by the end of the next business day, the open spot will be given to the next entry on the waitlist.
Note: If there are fewer than 5 business days before the event, the confirmation timeframe will change to the end of the same business day.
AI NOTE-TAKING TOOLS POLICY STATEMENT
Effective 11/1/2023, CPCA prohibits the use of AI note-taking tools during virtual events. This policy is based on the following principles:
- Preservation of Intellectual Property: Virtual events often involve the sharing of proprietary information, copyrighted materials, or confidential data. The use of AI note-taking tools can lead to unauthorized duplication and distribution of such content.
- Active Participation: Encouraging active human engagement during virtual events fosters a more interactive and enriching experience. AI note-taking can deter participants from actively engaging in discussions and interactions.
- Data Privacy: The use of AI note-taking tools may inadvertently capture and process sensitive information shared during virtual events. This can lead to concerns regarding data privacy and security.
Session facilitators have the authority to deny and or dismiss all AI Note-Taking tools from the event.