Webinars for Promotores


Additional Training Opportunities for LIVESTRONG-Certified Promotores

The LIVESTRONG Foundation has created additional training opportunities for LIVESTRONG-Certified Promotores. You can take these free trainings online and on your own time.

If you are a Texas-certified Community Health Worker, please email promotores@livestrong.org to request a certificate of completion. Please make sure to include CHW number, webinar title, and address.

Joining the LIVESTRONG Promotores Program

The LIVESTRONG Promotores Program offers a variety of ways to maintain your LIVESTRONG Promotor(a) Certification. This webinar describes how to further develop yourself professionally as a LIVESTRONG-certified Promotor(a).

Earn one hour of Service Coordination credit for State of Texas Health Services certified CHWs.

Conducting a LIVESTRONG 10 Hour Training

Promotores and/or Promotores trainers will receive clear instruction on how to present the LIVESTRONG Promotores Cancer Survivorship Curriculum, including time frame for preparation, ordering materials and how to lead a successful class.

Engaging with Cancer Survivors

Cancer can be an overwhelming experience for both cancer survivors and their families. LIVESTRONG, in conjunction with the YMCA, have put together a webinar to share general cancer information as well as information about cancer survivorship.

Earn one hour of Teaching credit for State of Texas Health Services certified CHWs.

Emotional Support Resources for Cancer Survivors

Cancer Survivors may experience a wide range of emotions upon receiving a diagnosis, undergoing treatment, and after recovery. This course will review the common experiences of a cancer survivor, the support role the promotor(a) can play in their life & the emotional support resources that LIVESTRONG provides.

On-line DSHS Certified Continuing Education for Community Health Workers 1 Hour Capacity Building

What is Cancer Survivorship?

This webinar will review who is a cancer survivor and what is cancer survivorship. Discuss the promotor/a’s perspective on survivorship as it pertains to the Hispanic/Latino community. Direct the promotor/a to additional resources on survivorship.

On-line DSHS Certified Continuing Education for Community Health Workers 1 Hour Knowledge base

Introduction to Cancer & Fertility

This webinar is an introduction webinar to the topic of cancer and fertility. Often fertility is a topic that is not addressed during a cancer survivor’s treatment. This training provides an overview of why discussing fertility is so important and the various fertility options that cancer survivors have. The webinar also describes key messages for Community Health Workers and the role they can play in regard to this topic.

On-line DSHS Certified Continuing Education for Community Health Workers: 1 Hour Knowledge Base on Health Issue

Build an Outreach Relationship with your Regional Ventanilla de Salud

This educational webinar provides an in-depth review of how and why to establish an outreach relationship with a local Ventanilla de Salud. Ventanillas are located across the country and are a trusted resource for Hispanic/Latino community members.

On-line DSHS Certified Continuing Education for Texas Community Health Workers: 1 Hour Service Coordination Skill

How to Help Children Affected by Cancer

This educational webinar provides Community Health Workers an opportunity to learn about the various issues that impact children affected by cancer. Community Health Workers will learn about the resources that are available for children and their families. Note: In this webinar we are referring to children who have or have had a parent, sibling or close family member/friend diagnosed.

On-line DSHS Certified Continuining Education for Texas Community Health Workers: 1 Hour Capacity Building


These presentations were supported by the Cooperative Agreement Number 1U40PO001689-01 from The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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