1-Credit Courses for Health and Human Services Professionals

seven Workshops in 2014

Workshop 1: How to Develop Fundraising for an Organization
June 7 and June 21
8:30-4 p.m. 
A key component in maintaining a not-for-profit agency is choosing and developing funding sources, funding approaches and creating a fundraising plan. This course will help you design a plan that will include individual giving, an annual appeal and special events. Topics include designing a direct mailing, creating a database, using the Internet and other networking resources, maintaining relationships with donors, managing a campaign and planning events.  
Pre-registration fee: $100  
(This fee also covers the cost of handouts. There will be a light complimentary lunch both days. SJC students who wish to take this course for 1 credit will be billed the cost of 1 credit. Fill out a green registration form and list the course as HS 241 Special Topics: Fundraising 1 credit.)


Workshop 2: Event Planning 
June 25 and 26, 6-9:45 p.m.   
June 29, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
This one-credit course will explore best practices for the planning, organization, implementation and evaluation of special events. It will include an overview of human, fiscal and physical resources required for successful event planning and execution.  
Pre-registration fee: $100  
(This fee also covers the cost of handouts. There will be a light complimentary supper the first night. SJC students who wish to take this course for 1 credit will be billed the cost of 1 credit. Fill out a green registration form and list the course as HS 244 Special Topics: Event Planning 1 credit.)


Workshop 3: Health Care Advocacy    
June 16, 17, 23 and 24
6-9:45 p.m.
The extraordinary complexity of the U.S. health system leaves patients and the general public exposed to adverse health outcomes, creates disparities among vulnerable populations, and can lead to large unexpected financial liabilities. By understanding how things work and who makes decisions, health care consumers can make better choices, protect their rights and make the system fairer to all parties.
Pre-registration fee: $100  
(This fee also covers the cost of handouts. There will be a light complimentary supper the first night. SJC students who wish to take this course for 1 credit will be billed the cost of 1 credit. Fill out a green registration form and list the course as HA 212 Special Topics: Health Care Advocacy 1 credit.)


Workshop 4: Social Media in Health Care   
May 27, 29 and June 10, 12
6-9:45 p.m.
Social media is reshaping the means by which health care is being delivered, managed and communicated. Patients, health care professionals, employers and insurers need to better understand the opportunities and challenges as the health care industry is being transformed and develop a meaningful strategy that enables them to successfully participate in this new landscape.
Pre-registration fee: $100  
(This fee also covers the cost of handouts. There will be a light complimentary supper the first night. SJC students who wish to take this course for 1 credit will be billed the cost of 1 credit. Fill out a green registration form and list the course as HA 211 Special Topics: Social Media in Health Care 1 credit.)


register in advance and save (the fee at the door is $150)

Anyone who just wants to take the course as continuing professional education should only fill out the attached registration form, including a check for $100 payable to St. Joseph’s College, and return it to Jo-Anne Petrone at the following address:

St. Joseph’s College
Attention: Jo-Anne Petrone
School of Professional and Graduate Studies
Human Services and Health Administration Workshop Registration
155 West Roe Boulevard
Patchogue, NY 11772

For more information, you can reach Jo-Anne Petrone at 631.687.1244, or email her at jpetrone@sjcny.edu.  


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