Learn how to create data-driven programming at the upcoming Spotlight on Public Education virtual conference
How do you take your community risk assessment (CRA) to the streets with data-driven programming? That question will be answered in the engaging workshop “From Craig1300™ to Sparky the Fire Dog: Taking your CRA to the streets with relevant, data-driven programming,” within the September 14th Spotlight on Public Education (SOPE) virtual conference hosted by NFFA.
Now in its 5th year, SOPE is hosted by the Public Education Division of the National Fire Protection Association, and brings together fire & life safety educators, injury prevention, healthcare and public health professionals for a day of learning and skill building. The Taking your CRA to the Streets workshop provides participants with an opportunity to learn about the keys to a successful community risk assessment, along with the tools and “how tos” for turning that data into relevant programs to reach your community. The workshop rounds out with a real-world example how all the pieces fit together from Amaris Vasquez, of the Tucson, Arizona Fire Department.
Other SOPE workshop topics include: Creating culturally relevant education programs, Anatomy of a great fire prevention week campaign, Creating education programs in our new hybrid world, and many more! Registration for SOPE is now open and allows participants full access to the event for one full year. Take advantage of the special 2 for 1 registration – just select 2 tickets, use code EARLYBIRD125, pay the single ticket fee of $98.00 and receive a link to give that second ticket to whomever you want. Register now, pick favorites later!
Since 2017, the Spotlight on Public Education (SOPE) program has been part of NFPA’s Conference & Expo experience, providing tailored professional development for the needs of Fire & Life Safety, Injury Prevention, Public Health, and related education professionals. This program provides up to 10 hours of continuing education credit for both live and on demand access, and is available for one full year for all registrants. Learn more about the program at www.nfpa.org/SOPE.