Free health worker training starts in August

July 30, 2013 

A free community health worker training starts in August. The course is for people who work in the field or want more information about the community health worker role in health care.

The course involves two in-person training sessions, Aug. 22 and Oct. 10, and six weeks of online learning, a news release said.

The in-person sessions will be at United Way, 410 N. Young St., Kennewick.

Those who complete the course receive a certificate. Pre-registration is required. To sign up, go to www.hcwcommunityhealthworker.org and select the South Central Region.

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