Winter 2014 Positive Community Norms Training
Location: Atlanta, GA- The W Atlanta- Buckhead
Dates: January 14th-16th, 2014
MOST of Us®will host a three-day training on the Positive Community Norms (PCN) Model on January 14th-16th in Atlanta, GA. The purpose of the PCN training is to teach participants about the PCN model and the theory upon which it is built: The Science of the Positive™. Participants learn about the Science of the Positive, a transformational leadership framework, and begin work on their own 7 Core Principles. Participants also learn about the three components of the Positive Community Norms model, normative theory, the 7 Step Process, and Prevention Portfolio management as well as begin work on Step One: Environmental Advocacy and Planning. This training provides the best opportunity to learn about the PCN model. Participants will receive two books, a 7 Core Principles Workbook, and a PCN Workbook.
Cost-$600 per person- covers registration, breakfast and all materials. Click here for the agenda.
Location- The W Atlanta- Buckhead
Address- 3377 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30326
Phone number- 678-500-3100
Transportation options to the hotel- Taxi, shuttle, rental car, or MARTA (public transportation)
Click here to review the hotel fact sheet which includes information on the transportation options.
The hotel is offering a group rate of $133 plus tax to PCN Training participants. Please call 678-500-3100 or 1-888-627-7063 to make your reservation and let them know you are attending the Montana State University- Positive Community Norms Training to receive the group rate. You are also able to make your reservation online at https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/Book/montanastateunivpositivecommunity. This site is specific to our event and allows you to book, modify or cancel a reservation. ***The room block group rate closes on Jan. 3rd, 2014 but may fill prior to that time. Please make your reservation as soon as possible.
Registration will open in June. Please click on the orange “Register Now” button below to begin the process.
If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Green:
Western Transportation Institute
Montana State University