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Date Training Location

July 11, 2016

No-Cost FLASH Training
Middle School FLASH (Family Life and Sexual Health) is a widely used comprehensive sexual health education curriculum developed by Public Health Seattle - King County. This training, a highly interactive and research-based learning process that supports educators with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully use the FLASH program in the classroom, will focus on delivering the newly revised middle school version. Educators who successfully complete the FLASH TOE learning process walk away with knowledge and skills on:

  • The foundations of sexual health and HIV instruction
  • How to answer sensitive student questions
  • Key concepts to use in teaching the FLASH curriculum
  • Best practices in methodology for teaching key sexuality education topics, such as abstinence, puberty, sexual violence prevention, LGBT issues, and more

The training starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. (with a 1-hour lunch break)

Clock hours will be provided for the 7 hours of training.

*Cut-off for this event will either be June 27, or when registration reaches 30 participants.
(We will have a wait list available in the event of cancellations.) Register

ESD 171
430 Olds Station Road
Wenatchee, WA

July 7, 2016

No-Cost FLASH Training
Elementary FLASH (Family Life and Sexual Health) is a widely used comprehensive sexual health education curriculum developed by Public Health Seattle - King County. This training, a highly interactive and research-based learning process that supports educators with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully use the FLASH program in the classroom. Educators who successfully complete the FLASH TOE learning process walk away with knowledge and skills on:

  • The foundations of sexual health and HIV instruction
  • How to answer sensitive student questions
  • Key concepts to use in teaching the FLASH curriculum
  • Best practices in methodology for teaching key sexuality education topics, such as abstinence, puberty, sexual violence prevention, LGBT issues, and more

The training starts promptly at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. (with a 1-hour lunch break)

Clock hours will be provided for the 7 hours of training.

*Cut-off for this event will either be June 27, or when registration reaches 30 participants. (We will have a wait list available in the event of cancellations.) Register

Mount Rainier High School
22450 19th Avenue South
Des Moines, WA

 

Recorded Webinars

Partner Organization Training/Registration Location

Cardea

This three part series was developed to support school staff in understanding how to improve implementation of sexual health education and related curricula. These webinars are informational in nature and were not developed as training webinars. They do not replicate or replace on-site or face-to-face professional development provided by OSPI or its partners.

Part 1
Introduction to Fully Revised 5/6 & 7/8 KNOW for Educators

(This webinar provides a comparison of the 2014 version of KNOW with the older version and does not provide training on delivery of the KNOW curriculum.)
seattle@cardeaservices.org

Webinar

Part 2
Supporting an Open and Respectful Learning Environment, 5th - 12th Grades
seattle@cardeaservices.org

Webinar

Part 3
Answering Students' Questions, 5th - 12th Grades
seattle@cardeaservices.org

Webinar

 

Other Trainings

Date/Time Partner Organization Training/Registration Location

June 26 – 29

School-Based Health Alliance

2016 National School-Based Health Care Convention

Arlington, VA

July 19 – 21

U.S Department of Health & Human Services, Family & Youth Services Bureau, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Office of Adolescent Health

Connecting the Dots: Collaborating to Achieve Lasting Impacts for Youth

Baltimore, MD

November 14 – 16

Healthy Teen Network

Roles, Relationships, & Relevance in the Changing Landscape of Adolescent Health

Las Vegas, NV

 

Online Learning Opportunities

Partner Organization Training/Registration Location

American Psychological Association: The Respect Workshop – The purpose of the Respect Online Course is to promote sexual health and responsibility and prevent HIV infection, other sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy among LGBTQ students. The course teaches school professionals how to provide direct services and utilize school-based practices that promote sexual health and responsibility among LGBTQ students. Free on-line course with 3 self-paced modules, provided by the American Psychological Association.

Online Learning

e-learning

Reaching the Whole Child: New Opportunities for Integrating Health and Education in the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) Model

Online e-learning

Creating a Safe Space for LGBTQ Teens

Online

e-learning

Alberta Health Services

Online Learning

e-learning

American School Health Association, I Wanna Know

Online Learning

e-learning

Global Health Learning (GHel) Center

Online Learning

e-learning

Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), E-Learning Modules

Online Learning

e-learning

South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Online Learning Center (OLC)

Online Learning

e-learning

Community Impact Solutions Project ETR

Online Learning

e-learning

Center for Disease Control and Prevention

Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention

Web-based

 

   Updated 6/10/2016

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