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We offer a variety of trainings for adult and youth-serving professionals as well as education for community members on sexual and reproductive health topics. If you are interested in a training below or have an idea for a training not listed, please reach out at [email protected].  

PPNNE  Programs  &  Services  Overview: Learn more about our services and programs!

10 Best Practices for Contraceptive Counseling: This training for clinicians and birth control counselors introduces evidence-based best practices for birth control counseling that we use at our health centers.   

Sexual Health & Family Planning Referral Binder Training: An overview of local sexual and reproductive health resources for professionals with printed tools and handouts for having conversations about sexual and reproductive health with their patients or clients. 

Sexual & Reproductive Health Workshops: Single or multi-session workshops on topics ranging from gender identity and sexual orientation to healthy relationships to birth control and more. 


Upcoming Trainings & Webinars

Youth Sexual Health Services Binder Training: This 1.5 hour training will teach youth-serving professionals how to use our comprehensive Youth Sexual Health Services Binder and highlight area sexual and reproductive health resources. Each participant will receive a copy of the Youth Sexual Health Services Binder.

Audience: Youth-serving professionals in Maine , New Hampshire, and Vermont
Cost: Free
Date: Thursday August 5th, 2021
Time: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Location: Online (Zoom link will be provided)

Learn more and register here by July 30th.

Essential Topics in Sexual Health Education: If You Teach Nothing Else, Teach This!: This 1.5 hour live webinar is brought to you by the Vermont Higher Education Collaborative in partnership with sexual health education stakeholders from around Vermont, including PPNNE. Our Education Program Manager, Andrea Nicoletta, will introduce the most essential topics in sexual health education - including, but not limited to consent, contraception, and puberty - alongside Mara Iverson, Director of Education at Outright Vermont.

Audience: Vermont-based K-12 teachers/staff and community educators tasked with teaching health, puberty, and/or sex education. School staff who are interested in improving sex ed and have decision-making capacity around health education in schools are also encouraged.
Cost: Free
Date: Wednesday August 11th, 2021
Time: 9:00am -10:30am
Location: Online (Zoom link will be provided)

Learn more and register here