NOT Facilitator Training - Nashville, TN - 2014/04/09
Includes: NOT Facilitator Guide, certificate of course completion, continental breakfast and lunch
Space is limited, Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 2, 2014
ALA reserves the right to cancel training should minimum number of registrants not be met.
Ninety percent of adult smokers began smoking as teenagers. Their addiction patterns were set even before they were old enough to legally buy a pack of cigarettes. At least 3.1 million adolescents are current smokers. Thirty percent of these teenage smokers will die of smoking-related diseases. N-O-T is a state-of-the-art teen smoking cessation, school-based program. Teens are taught how to manage nicotine withdrawal and prevent relapse by using a life-skills approach. Teens learn how to apply what they are learning in the sessions to other aspects of their lives. All this is presented in a teen-friendly, gender-sensitive curriculum. By utilizing N-O-T, schools can provide an educational, total-health program to help students quit smoking. Schools can initiate this program by having a program facilitator trained by the ALA.
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