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Youth Mental Health First Aid Training – March 31st or April 30th

Free

Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
Teachers are approved for 6.5 CTLE Hours

This training is a virtual learning course. After completing a 2-hour, self-paced online class, attendees will receive a zoom link to participate in a 4.5-hour, live virtual course plus a 30-minute break. Once registered, you will receive the information to the self-paced online part of the course. Please register for the date that you will be able to attend for the Live Virtual Course.

Dates of Live Virtual Course to choose from:

MARCH 31st at 3:00 pm – 8:00 pm  (Registration will close out on March 18th)

APRIL 30th at 10:00 am – 3:00 pm  (Registration will close out on April 11th)

If you need any help with registration, please call Linda Toscano at (718) 904-1333 x18

 

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