Upcoming events

    • 19 Sep 2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • 22 Sep 2017
    • 5:00 PM
    • Double Tree Hilton, Colorado Springs

    62nd Annual Education Conference
    Environmental Health -
    Agent of Change

    Sept 19, 2017 Pre-Conference only $45.00 to attend
    Sept 20-22, 2017 AEC

    ** if you are a current CEHA member you will need to sign in to receive the member rate**

    The mission of the Annual Education Conference is to provide high quality education opportunities while creating an environment that will develop, connect and build relationships between those who work collaboratively in the diverse sectors of environmental health.

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    Double Tree, Colorado Springs
    1775 East Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.
    Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80906,
    USA TEL: +1-719-576-8900
    Group Code: CEH

    CEHA AEC Preconference is Tuesday, September 19.  It is an additional $45.00 to attend.

    CEHA - Pre-conference Workshop
    Title of Workshop:
    Change Management - how to change when change is hard
    Presenter: Heather Weir

    When: Tuesday Sept 19, 2017
    1:00 - 5:00pm
    DoubleTree hotel in Colorado Springs

    Background/Purpose of Workshop:  The concept that ‘change is a process’ is well documented in change management and not a surprise to most people. Despite this though, very few organizations excel at effectively leading change and most people have experienced changes within organizations that haven’t produced adequate results and left people frustrated and resistant. Change management is all about the ‘people side of change’ that helps compliment almost any efforts whether it be improvement projects or strategic planning efforts.

    Like other organizations, in public health and environmental programs, we are faced with a fast rate of change and need to harness tools and techniques that will allow us to excel and thrive in the ever-changing landscape. This session will focus on the data and research that validates why we need to care about the people side of change (change management) and give participants a chance to assess real-life examples to learn more about change management from an individual perspective and also through the lens of a leader trying to help create change.

    The workshop will include hands-on activities that will allow participants to assess individually how they deal with change and review initiatives they are working on (or have worked on in the past). They will use the assessment information and learn how to best apply change management practices to help lead others through change. In addition to learning about change management, participants will also learn a basic set of process improvement tools that can easily be used on projects to help improve the rates of success. Participants will be encouraged to share experiences as a means to promote peer learning within the workshop and will be provided with a set of resources and tools to take home.

    To View the Online Schedule:

    • 20 Sep 2017
    • 22 Sep 2017
    • Colorado Springs, CO

    All sponsorship opportunities include the following:

    • Recognition at registration desk for your contribution
    • Recognition in pocket agenda received by all attendees at registration
    • 20 Sep 2017
    • 22 Sep 2017
    • Colorado Springs, Double Tree Hotel
    CEHA 2016 Annual Education Conference (AEC)

    Exhibitor Opportunities

    **All exhibitor opportunities include the following:

    • One 6’ skirted table and chair to be used for the duration of the conference
    • One free, full registration for the conference
    • Complementary assistance with audio-visual equipment 
    • 10 Oct 2017
    • 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Mesa County Public Health Department

    Demystifying Specialized Foods

    October 10th, 2017
    9:30 – 3:30pm
    Mesa County Public Health Department
    510 29 1/2 Rd, Grand Junction, CO 81504

    Conference Room 1060

    Cost: $25.00

    Attendees will gain an understanding on why Chefs produce specialized foods.  The goal is for attendees to gain an increased comfort level in assessing risk/critical control points with known and unknown food products. This is not a training a HACCP training and attendees need to have a good understanding of the HACCP principles.


    9:15 – 9:30 Check In

    9:30 – 10:00 Introductions and discussion on what brought people to the class
    10:00  -12:00
    Industry panel: Presentations by Chef from Bin 707, Chef Instructor from WCCC, and local chef focused on canning/acidification. Panel discussion with attendees following presentations.
    Noon -12:45
    Lunch provided
    12:45 to 2:00
      Regulatory and Problem Solving interactive presentation by Matt Brandt, CDPHE
    2:00 – 2:15
    2:15  - 3:00
    Regulatory and Problem Solving continued
    3:00 – 3:30
    Wrap up discussion, what were the ah ha’s and take ways

    Questions or issues with registration please email Amanda Rewerts or call 303.433.4446

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