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2024 CADE Summer Training

Division/Group Events Health, Safety, and Well-being Community Alcohol and Other Drug Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives

The Coalition of Colorado Campus Alcohol and Drug Educators (CADE) invites Colorado collegiate prevention teams and the 10 cohort campuses to the 2024 CADE Summer Training! It will take place at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.  

Presented By

 Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives


The Coalition of Colorado Campus Alcohol and Drug Educators (CADE) invites higher education prevention staff from across the state for a one day training in Aurora, CO. The 2024 CADE Summer Training will allow collegiate prevention teams to hear updates from CADE Staff, engage in networking with other campus teams, learn best practices for prevention efforts, and receive updates on the current grant project.

The CADE Summer Training will provide coalition professional development related to continuation and evaluation of the social norms campaigns for our 10 cohort campuses. Although content will be focused primarily on supporting the 10 cohort campus campaigns, any coalition member is welcome to attend and learn from your coalition colleagues!

The training is free, and CADE will provide lunch for all attendees.

Please be aware that CADE can only provide travel reimbursement for up to 3 members from each campus in attendance. CADE will also prioritize hotels for folks who are traveling for more than 2 hours roundtrip. The CADE has a small block of rooms at the Springhill Suites Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus. Room reservations will be collected through registration. 

If you are a CADE Cohort campus, please have at least 1 team member from your campus attend the training. 

COVID Protocols

Event Safety During Ongoing Public Health Emergencies

With ongoing public health emergencies, NASPA is prepared to manage our place-based events with the health, safety, and well-being of our attendees, staff, presenters, exhibitors, sponsors, and speakers in mind. All participants, including, but not limited to, attendees, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, NASPA staff, service providers, and others are expected to abide by our code of conduct and all polices in effect for any event sponsored by the Association.

We will continue to monitor and update safety precautions for all of our conferences regularly and coordinate with trusted national resources, state and local public health agencies, and the hotels/venues hosting our events.

In all cases, we will continue to assess the risks in the area local to the event and the current status in the United States. In keeping with the Association's duty of care and the responsibility as host, NASPA has implemented safety requirements for many of our place-based convenings.

We reserve the right to modify these policies and procedures at any time given the rapidly changing nature of any current and ongoing public health emergencies. 

Attending a NASPA Event

Before leaving home to attend a NASPA Event, please follow relevant guidance on all communicable disease (flu, COVID-19, etc.) from the WHO, CDC, and/or your loal health authority regarding exposure, testing, and quarantine recommendations. You should adhere to government issues travel restrictions and guidance to/from the regions you will be traveling.

Before Leaving Home

  • Stay home if you feel unwell.
  • Stay home if you are knowingly exposed to the flu, COVID-19, or develop symptoms and/or test positive for any communicable disease within 14 days prior to a NASPA event.

Onsite During an Event

  • Follow guidance from the local health authority for everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of viruses including:
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, or an alcohol-based sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
  • Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing. Throw unused tissues in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces with wipes.
  • If you so choose, wear a properly fitting, CDC recommended face mask during the event. Face masks should cover from the bridge of your nose to past your chin.
  • Adhere to protocols put in place by the Association, the venue, or the local health authorities.
  • If, at any time during an event, you feel unwell, learn that you have been exposed to the flu or COVID-19, etc. at or less than 14 days prior to the event, develop symptoms, or test positive for a communicable virus, do not attend the meetings. Please remain in your hotel room or at home and seek medical advice.

COVID-19 Vaccination

In keeping with the Association's duty to care and responsibility as host, NASPA leadership encourage all participants at NASPA events whether a presenter, attendee, exhibitor, staff, guest, or vendor to stay up to date with vaccines. Updated January 18, 2024, the CDC Vaccines website provides definitions and what you need to know about the process.

NASPA strongly encourages individuals to be tested for COVID prior to traveling to any NASPA event. Individuals who test positive should stay home and cancel your registration. If you are on-site and test positive for COVID-19, please contact NASPA staff by emailing [email protected]



July 16, 2024, 8:30AM - 4:00PM

Register Online for 2024 CADE Summer Training

The annual CADE Training convening campuses across the state to discuss best practices and more.

Register Online


The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus 
Aurora, CO

The training will be held in at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. CADE project staff will provide parking details and specific location of the training through email closer to the date of the training.