Register for our Train-the-Trainer Program!

Our Train-the-Trainer program offers a cost-effective and time conducive alternative to our open enrollment option. Health facilities will be able to annually license our copyrighted materials and receive direct training from our staff so required cultural competency training can be completed and maintained within their own organization. We recommend this option for facilities with 60 or more employees.

Why Choose Our Train-the-Trainer Program?

  • Online Modality

    Once you register, you are able to choose when, where, and how you attend training!

  • Easy Accessibility

    Participants will have the ability to download online notes, engage in online interaction, replay training videos, and retain information with our engaging content!

  • Flexibility

    Nevada Cultural Competency's Train-the-Trainer Program allows pacing flexibility to complete the training within 60 days!


Train-the-Trainer registration includes payment for live training for 1 participant, access to self-paced program components for 1 participant, and 1 year licensing of materials for training within the facility

Need to register more than one trainer? Email us at for your discount code to register additional staff members!

  • Additional Trainer Registration


Customized Training Materials

Payment for the program includes a 1 year licensing of copyrighted NVCC training materials customized to reflect your organization's brand

Live Training Registration

Attend live training offered by our instructors to review content, participate in activities, and take notes towards preparation for your own facility

Access to our Online Modules and Community Modules!

Our Train-the-Trainer Online Modules include interactive activities and downloadable worksheets. We have included key takeaways to encourage trainees' learning productivity. Additionally, program materials include a Train-the-Trainer guidebook with note pages. Throughout our Community Modules, topics related to organizational cultural competency will be discussed. Program participants will hear from community experts such as The Truckee Meadows Community College Equity, Inclusion, and Sustainability Office, United Way of Northern Nevada & The Sierra, and Tiffany Young Consulting.

Monthly Question & Answer Session!

Our monthly Q&A session grants trainees ease in access to our qualified NVCC trainers for questions related to content and submission of materials

Meet the trainers

Nicholas Dunkle

Diversity Advisor

Nick Dunkle is the Diversity Advisor at High Sierra AHEC and a co-instructor for Nevada Cultural Competency. Nick is a product of High Sierra AHEC pipeline initiatives. He began his involvement with AHEC through programming in high school, continued involvement as a Student Ambassador, and now works to offer training and establish cultural competency efforts at High Sierra AHEC. Nick is a first-generation, University of Nevada, Reno Alumnus with a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health Sciences. Through his work, his greatest goals are to contribute to health equity, inclusivity, and education in public health and health care. His passion for these goals stems from his education, real world experiences, and upbringing.

Reema Naik

Performance Improvement Program Manager

Reema Naik is the Performance Improvement Program Manager at Nevada Primary Care Association. Native to Nevada and daughter of immigrants, she received her Master’s of Public Health from the University of Nevada, Reno. Reema has passion in workforce development and building Nevada’s health care workforce. While receiving her Master’s, she, along with University staff, edited and published Success for All: Programs to Support Students Throughout their College Experience, a book that examines the University’s programs and strategies to support first generation, low-income, and underrepresented students. For Reema, being a trainer for the Nevada Cultural Competency Training bridges her love for her family and her passion to support and advance Nevada’s health care workforce.

What previous trainees are saying:

“The content and discussion really prompted me to think about my own experiences and how I have and currently perceive the world and individuals.”

December Participant

“The entire program was excellent at bringing about an understanding as to why this is important to our organization and our community.”

December Participant

“I enjoyed learning from others in the program and hearing what their experiences have been.”

January Participant

Licensing and Trainer Approval Disclaimer

*In licensing Nevada Cultural Competency material, you agree to deliver training content in its entirety, over the course of 9 hours. This training is to be offered for the sole purpose of meeting NRS 449.103 requirements. Offering this course or the content for any purpose outside of these means without written consent by High Sierra AHEC and Nevada Primary Care Association staff is prohibited. Nevada Cultural Competency staff does not guarantee trainee approval by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) post completion of our Train the Trainer program. While our goal is to holistically prepare individuals for presentation of Nevada Cultural Competency training material, High Sierra AHEC, Nevada Primary Care Association, and Nevada Cultural Competency staff are in no way involved in the approval process of potential trainers under NRS 449.103 legislative requirements.