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SPECIALIZED TRAINING AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE RESOURCE HUB

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The Hub offers multiple approaches to receive free training and technical assistance (TA). The General level offers relevant online resources and self-paced learning opportunities, while the TA+ Plus level of engagement offers more proactive, personalized TA to address more complex needs such as systems or policy change. Review our one pager for more information about our training and TA offerings.  

To submit a request for training or technical assistance regarding addressing low SES populations with your tobacco prevention and control program, collaborating with community partners, or strategic planning, complete a TA Request Form* by clicking on the button below.

For any other questions, contact Emory Centers for Public Health Training and Technical Assistance at tacenters@emory.edu.

*Please allow 2 business days for Emory Centers to respond to your request.

STTAR Technical Assistance Offerings

General

[States, Grantees, and Community]

Technical

  • Online Resources
  • Self-paced learning opportunities

Plus

[States and Grantees]

 

  • Online Resources
  • Self-paced learning opportunities

Plus:

  • TA sessions by request
  • Open peer learning sessions
  • Live webinars
  • Invitations to other available online and in-person learning opportunities

Select*

[States selecting low SES]

Adaptive/Complex

  • Online Resources
  • Self-paced learning opportunities

Plus:

  • TA sessions by request
  • Open peer learning sessions
  • Live webinars
  • Priority access to other available online and in-person learning opportunities

Select:

  • Listening sessions [voice/choice]
  • Individualized learning action plan
  • Regularly scheduled coaching sessions
  • New learning opportunities/tools/ resources informed by challenges across Select States

TA and support is free of charge.

*State programs that selected low socioeconomic status [SES] populations as one of the priority populations will participate in Select TA as desired, however, these services may also be made available to other state programs that request support.