Creative Problem-Solving Intensive
HIV treatment and prevention is a constantly changing field
Upon completion of the foundational courses, learners will be eligible to participate in the Creative Problem-Solving Intensive
Keeping up with the field requires continuous quality improvement, especially when you want to sustain your people, programs, and organization through change. Creative Problem-Solving can help. In this six-week program, you will be matched with a cohort of CDC-funded CBO managers from across the country to learn and practice methods to accelerate organizational change.
In this course, Creative Problem-Solvers will:
Identify a major sustainability problem facing your agency.
Collaborate weekly via 1-hour video conferences facilitated by expert faculty.
Learn and practice a rigorous, data-driven Creative Problem-Solving method.
Co-design a tailored implementation plan that addresses your sustainability problem.
Present your implementation plan to a virtual audience of CBO leaders, technical assistance providers, and subject matter experts.
Receive one-on-one coaching and referrals to regional technical assistance to support implementation.
Benefits, Badges & Certificates
Even though our courses are short and flexible to fit your schedule, it still takes work to finish a task in today’s busy climate. That’s why we acknowledge your accomplishments with specialized badges and certificates that can be listed on your CV/resume and posted on your LinkedIn profile.
Learners will earn badges that can be posted on their LinkedIn profile
When you do a deep dive, we applaud your efforts! Learners will earn a certificate that can be posted on their LinkedIn profile
Ready to enroll? Apply now!
The Learning Community is FREE to managers at any agency directly funded by CDC.
Capacity for Health is one of 17 organizations awarded a grant under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) new program, PS19-1904: Capacity Building Assistance for High-Impact HIV Prevention Program Integration. The program supports the federal initiative, Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. Capacity for Health is Component 3 of the CBA Provider Network funded under this program.