Who should attend:

  • Community Agency Representatives
  • Educators
  • Health & Human Service Professionals
  • School Administrators
  • School Psychologists
  • Youth Workers
Adolescent Health Symposium


Category 1 CECH Non-Credit Recognition for CHES or MCHES-Certified Health Education Specialists: 

Continuing Education Contact Hours* (CECHS) are offered through University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Graduate & Extended Learning as an NCHEC-designated National Multiple Event Provider (MEP) depending on the number of hours of participation that occurs.

Register today!

CECH Fee Description
$24 February 16–17, 2023 (one and one-half days)
$16 February 16 (one-day participation)
$8 February 17 (one-half day participation)

*You will have the option to add-on CECHs when registering for the Adolescent Health Symposium.

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (UWL) is a National Multiple Event Provider authorized by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC) to offer Category I CECHs for CHES/MCHES participants. UWL Graduate & Extended Learning maintains responsibility for the program and its content. UWL Graduate & Extended Learning reports CHES/MCHES CECHs quarterly to NCHEC.

Gary D. Gilmore, M.P.H., Ph.D., MCHES at ggilmore@uwlax.edu

Special notice for those recertifying as CHES or MCHES and demonstrating continuing competency: For those who are CHES or MCHES certified, there is an important recently initiated recertification requirement by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. (NCHEC) termed Continuing Competency which is to be assessed by Multiple Event Providers (MEPs) like University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Graduate & Extended Learning. We fully support this requirement for those who are certified through NCHEC to demonstrate specified levels of knowledge, skills, and/or ability throughout one’s professional career. As a first step, you can go to visit the NCHEC website for additional information and the assessment form. Thereafter, you can communicate with Dr. Gilmore to discuss Continuing Competency performance options.