Tobacco Free Ambassadors will help promote the tobacco free policy by taking an active role in informing people that a tobacco free policy is in effect. A large majority of Buffalo State students and employees support a tobacco free environment, so we are inviting volunteers to be trained in effective ways to speak up when you see tobacco being used. To volunteer, please fill out this online form. For questions, please call the Health Promotions office at 878-4719.
Those who complete the training will learn how to talk about the policy, the history and the purpose.
Any students, staff and faculty member may sign up for this training.
Certificates are provided upon completion of the training.
All people who complete the training are encouraged to return to future trainings and discuss their experiences and provide new trainees with advice.
After completion of the training, people will have the knowledge and skills to approach others (including those in violation of the policy, should they so choose) and have a respectful and appropriate conversation with them about the policy.
Trainings are about 90 minutes long and are available per request.
This training is offered to all students, faculty and staff who woul like more information about the policy and how to approach and educate others. To request this training, please fill out this form: Tobacco Free Workshop
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