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Training/Staff Development

Date Training Location

September 30, 2015

2014 Revised KNOW Training Grades 5-8

Wenatchee - ESD 171

October 1-2, 2015

Exemplary Sexual Health Education (ESHE) Academy

Wenatchee - ESD 171

October 26, 2015

2014 Revised KNOW Training Grades 5-8

Spokane - ESD 101


Recorded Webinars

Partner Organization Training/Registration Location


This three part series is being offered to support school staff in understanding how to improve implementation of sexual health education and related-curriculum (such as KNOW). These webinars are not intended to replace on-site or face-to-face training requirements provided by OSPI or its partners.

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


Part 2
Supporting an Open and Respectful Learning Environment, 5th - 12th Grades


Part 3
Answering Students' Questions, 5th - 12th Grades



Other Trainings

Date/Time Partner Organization Training/Registration Location

December 9-11, 2015

2015 National Sex Ed Conference
Over 100 presenters for over 70 workshop presentations.

Offering continuing education for AASECT, CHES, Nursing, and Social Work.


New Brunswick, New Jersey

October 22-23, 2015

2015 Annual EyesOpenIowa Conference

More information

Contact Bobbie Jo Sheridan, Conference Chair

Stoney Creek Inn, Johnston, Iowa

October 8, 2015
7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Public Health - Seattle & King County

Space is limited. Participants must register by October 1, 2015.

Open to Teachers from All School Districts and other staff teaching sexual health education.

This training is for classroom teachers, school administrators, school nurses, and curriculum directors on the FLASH Middle and High School curriculum.

This training is also for agency staff providing sexual health and sexual violence prevention education.

Clock Hours: 7 Clock hours provided for $5.00

Training objectives:

  • Effectively address and respond to difficult questions raised by students.
  • Support abstinence and other modes of risk reduction.
  • Provide students with the necessary knowledge, attitudes and skills to successfully reduce sexual risks.
  • Understand and teach the key concepts of the FLASH curriculum.
  • Effectively teach the FLASH curriculum in their classrooms.

To register: Email and provide your name, position, email address, phone number and school district or agency.

Issaquah School District Office

Wednesday, October 6, 4:30 pm CDT

Teaching Tolerance

Responding to Hate and Bias at School

Just as schools have plans in place to respond to a fire or a natural disaster, we must also be prepared to respond to incidents of hate and bias. During this webinar, you will reflect on your school's climate, identify your school's existing policies and procedures for responding to incidents of hate and bias, and learn ready-to-use tools to draft an action plan.


Wednesday, September 30, 4:30 pm CDT

Teaching Tolerance

Let's Talk! Facilitating Difficult Conversations With Students

Teaching Tolerance's forthcoming resource, Let's Talk!, will prepare you to facilitate conversations about race, racism and other forms of oppression. Build your capacity to broach uncomfortable topics with your students, and walk away with use-tomorrow strategies.


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




Alberta Health Services

Online Learning



American School Health Association, I Wanna Know

Online Learning



Global Health Learning (GHel) Center

Online Learning



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

Online Learning



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

Online Learning



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