About Us Overview
The Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium (TTAC) is dedicated to assisting national, state, regional and local tobacco control programs, coalitions, networks and other interested parties to promote CDC-recommended program and policy best practices. We provide customized training support in various formats, expert technical assistance, and a wide variety of products and tools to help all levels of tobacco control efforts be successful.
TTAC is strategically located within the Emory Centers for Training and Technical Assistance, at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, amidst many of the country’s leading public health experts and organizations. We are a sister program to the Diabetes Training and Technical Assistance Center (DTTAC), which is recognized as a resource for capacity building at the state, local, national and international levels in diabetes prevention and control and within the larger public health community.
- Who uses TTAC Services?
- What services does TTAC provide?
- What makes TTAC’s services unique?
- How much do TTAC services cost?
Who uses TTAC Services?
TTAC services, including technical assistance, products and tools, and trainings, are used by public health professionals working in tobacco control at the national, state, and community levels. Public health professionals from other health arenas have also accessed TTAC’s services. You can learn more about the TTAC services available by consulting the TTAC Services section of this website or contacting TTAC.
What services does TTAC provide?
TTAC concentrates its efforts on helping organizations master the information and skills necessary to plan, conduct, and evaluate tobacco control programs and policy activities. TTAC’s website is a repository of information and key resources on tobacco prevention and control. For individualized or unique program challenges, TTAC is available to provide advice, content expertise, or facilitation on topics such as strategic planning, evaluation, cultural competence, policy and advocacy, communications, sustainability, and comprehensive tobacco control programming. TTAC offers standardized onsite or web-based trainings and self study materials, as well as customized trainings when a careful assessment of a client’s needs indicates that specialized training is required. You can learn more about what we offer by viewing the TTAC Services section of this website or contacting us.
What makes TTAC’s services unique?
Many organizations provide excellent services to the field of tobacco control. Rather than duplicate these efforts, TTAC strives to fill a unique niche by providing expertise in tobacco control content, as well as quality training and technical assistance grounded in an acute understanding of adult learning. TTAC also works closely to coordinate services with other national organizations that provide specialized trainings.
With TTAC’s highly trained cadre of staff and consultants, and its many years specializing in training and technical assistance services, we are uniquely qualified to customize training and technical assistance services to meet the specific yet varied needs of people and organizations who contact us. TTAC bridges gaps and limitations that may result among the many different providers or training programs and technical assistance programs. People often come to TTAC as a first stop when they don’t know where else to go, or the last stop when they haven’t been able to find the help they need anywhere else. Either way, TTAC is uniquely situated to provide the help needed.
How much do TTAC services cost?
TTAC will work with you to create specialized services just for your organization that will fit your needs, even on a limited budget. Contact us today for customized information.
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