One Day Training Seminar Presentation

Central West Virginia Aging Services, a “one stop” social services agency, is pleased to announce an exciting one day training seminar presentation at the Bicentennial Inn, located at W. Main Street in Buckhannon, on Friday,  November 1, 2013. Continuing education credit hours will be provided for Registered Nurses, Licensed Social Workers and Licensed Practical Nurses attending this Conference.  Evelyn Post, Executive Director, states that the morning and afternoon Seminars will now provide  a total of 7 hours  credit for each professional.  The event is open to the public for attendance. Advance registration and payment is required.
The morning session will be presented by Carol R. Newlon with the Centers for Excellence in Disabilities (CED) and will provide an interesting focus on “Anger Management for Professionals: Dealing With People Who Push Your Buttons.” The attendee will receive valuable information related to recognition of strife triggers, power struggles, applying surrender control and an effective STEP Process to manage anger. This promises to be a unique, enjoyable learning opportunity.

The afternoon session promises to be an engaging topic targeting personal responsibilities related to “Stress and Time Management.” Anastasia Riley from the Centers for Excellence in Disabilities will join Carol Newlon in this unique learning opportunity geared to assist professionals to identify common stressors in the workplace. The attendee will be involved in  active discussions focusing on identifying  effective time management techniques and the tools to  eliminate nonproductive myths. This workshop will focus on details that will benefit the attendee both professionally and personally.
All classes are open for public attendance. Registration fees are mandatory for attendance.

Advance registration and payment is required for attendance. Please contact  Jonnie George at or call (304) 472-0395 for a Conference Brochure. Conference registration closes on Friday, October 25, 2013.

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