Course offered by the Ministry of Justice has virtual and free classes. Applications are due August 15th.
Registration for the Training of Managers for the Preparation of Municipal and State Plans on Drugs (CoPlanar) closes next Monday (15/08). The course, offered by the National Secretariat for Drug Policies and Asset Management (Senad/MJSP), is aimed at professionals who work directly or indirectly with public policies to reduce the supply and demand of drugs across the country. Of the XNUMX vacancies available, only XNUMX remain.
The objective is to provide knowledge for states and municipalities to prepare their plans based on the needs and demands of each location and/or each institution, impacting the quality of life of Brazilians, who will gain public policies in line with the reality where they live.
Online and free of charge, students will have access to a wide range of methodologies and techniques necessary for the planning and elaboration of regional, state and municipal plans on drugs. The course also explores concepts and approaches related to the reduction of the supply and demand of illicit drugs as main directions of public policies on drugs.
CoPlanar has tutoring, which allows the student to maintain interactions with instructors even in a virtual learning environment. In addition to reading and studying the content, in order to have access to the university extension certificate, students will have to complete the proposed mandatory activities. The course lasts three months, with a workload of 70 hours.
The training has a partnership with the Department of Distance Education of the Federal University of Santa Catarina and the support of the National Department of Care and Drug Prevention (Senapred), of the Ministry of Citizenship.