Training: Prevention Trainings

Individual Classes Available

Class Cost:

The Risks and Consequences of College Youth Gambling: Strategies, Tools and Resources for New York’s Colleges and Universities (10 hours)

This training is appropriate for professionals working with college age youth or those working in the college setting. Topics covered include statistics,  problem gambling warning signs, prevention on campus, diagnostic criteria, and NYS referral sources.

Class Cost:
$40.00 (NYS Resident)
$64.00 (Non-Resident)

8 Hour Problem Gambling Prevention Training (8 hours)

Environmental Prevention Strategies for Problem Gambling

Learn about both the environmental factors affecting problem gambling and the strategies that can be used in prevention. Participants will analyze how the media, accessibility and lack of enforcement are influencing the issue and review specific examples of how this alcohol and other drug prevention model can be applied to problem gambling prevention.

Problem Gambling in Your Community: Assessing Needs, Promoting Strengths, and Developing Relationships

Begin processing how to promote the problem gambling prevention program in your community. Participants will learn about the Strategic Prevention Framework and how to apply it to community level program planning while still meeting OASAS requirements. Utilize an informal planning guide, which poses questions for participants to consider about their program.