First Nations Health Managers Association offers Intensive Course 100 – Health Issues and Systems – Edmonton, Alberta. January 14 – 17, 2019
Summary: FNHMA Course 100 Health Issues and Systems
Onsite training session in Edmonton, AB: January 14 – 17, 2019
Finishing date: February 14, 2019
Registration deadline: January 5, 2019
Location: Edmonton, AB.
The First Nations Health Managers Association (FNHMA) is offering course 100- Health Issues and Systems in an intensive format. This is the first of five courses required in the First Nations Health Managers program leading to the Certified First Nations Health Managers (CFNHM) professional designation.
About the course
The key topics for this course are:
Systems and Programs
Health Human Resources
This intensive course is delivered over a nine week period. Starting in early January, students should receive their course material and begin the required readings, the course will conclude on January 31, 2019 with a final assignment. The tuition cost for this course is $2,300 plus applicable taxes for members, for non-members the tuition cost is $2,475.
The intensive format involves an onsite training session in Edmonton which takes place January 14-17, 2019. This course will be taught by one of our friendly, experienced, CFNHM instructors who is there to guide participants through the course material and ensure all participants leave with a valuable learning experience.
“I really enjoyed this course. It had a lot of useful information that can be applied to my workplace, it’s too bad my whole organization couldn’t take it. I met a lot of awesome people, great way to start networking. I can’t wait to attend the rest of the courses. The facilitator was awesome and very knowledgeable, and very easy to work with and understand”.
“I loved the course! It was excellent and fun!”
Please note: Participants are responsible for their own travel, accommodations and meals.
Contact the FNHMA office if you have questions about the course or would like to register. Contact FNHMA directly at (613)-599-6070 toll free at 1-844-218-0440 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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