containing the most up-to-date
information from the CDC!
to fit into your busy schedule,
each video is about 5 minutes.
EASY To Understand:
perfect for you whether you have
completed many trainings,
or this is your first.
and best of all:
South Dakota used some innovative approaches to promote awareness of Project Firstline and was honored to be recognized by the CDC nationally for our communications strategies!
Communicating our message was important because COVID-19 won’t be the last threat. As new infectious diseases emerge, we need to be ready. We need to arm our frontline workers with education and training. Keeping our frontline safe keeps ALL of us safe.
Can Get Involved
Reserve a FREE training session, customized to your needs. Training methods include: online, seminars, zoom, videos and in-person.
Follow us on Facebook for the latest news on trainings, science, and CDC guidelines.
Encourage your friends and colleagues to take the Project Firstline training.
SAVING LIVES BY TELLING THE PROJECT FIRSTLINE STORY
THE PROJECT FIRSTLINE STORY IS AN AMAZING ONE!
While COVID has changed our world forever, and while new infectious diseases continue to threaten us, we can now fight back by arming our frontline workers with better training and the latest science and information.
WHAT DO THE SOUTH DAKOTA SURVEY RESULTS REVEAL?
We surveyed 1,900 people in South Dakota with a learning needs assessment to find out the needs and gaps in
training. We targeted a wide variety of workers in frontline and healthcare settings in the following four jurisdictions:
in the Future
Our focus is on training as many frontline workers in South Dakota as possible in infection control and providing access to the latest science and the resources they need. We will make training relevant and applicable for every setting and skill level, ranging from simple to complex. Methods and channels for effective education will be customized based on the needs within the jurisdiction.