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Programs for Professionals

Training and Professional Development

Our professional development workshops are designed to improve the knowledge, skills, and effectiveness of professionals in various fields. Our Education team delivers trainings in-person or virtually. We can deliver one of our pre-built workshops listed below or develop a training specifically for your organization's needs.

Multi-day trainings

  • Training of the Educator (ToE): The Training of the Educator (ToE) equips youth-serving professionals to teach relationship and sexual health education that is in alignment with the National Sex Education Standards. Participants will engage with the content in several ways throughout the training. This will include learning core concepts, reviewing student materials and activities, participating in select activities, and engaging with skill-building opportunities including answering tough questions and teach backs.
  • IDD Training of the Educator: The IDD Training of the Educator (ToE) is for professionals who serve people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The training will review content and discuss ways to adapt information, activities and learning materials to meet the needs of the learners. 
  • Let’s Talk: "Let's Talk" is an interactive and engaging workshop that addresses relationship and sexuality education for all ages, in all types of settings. This isn't your standard seminar - this training will equip participants with materials and skills they can use to navigate these conversations and become a trusted and credible resource for youth in their lives.

60-90 minute trainings/presentations

  • Creating trauma-informed spaces
  • Holistic sexuality
  • Reproductive and sexual anatomy, puberty and menstruation
  • Gender and sexual identity
  • Consent
  • Healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Intimate partner violence
  • Pregnancy and birth
  • Protection methods
  • Reducing the risk of STIs

We can develop professional trainings that fit your needs. Our team of educators is experienced in building trainings for a variety of audiences, including:

  • Educators, administrators, school nurses, and counselors 

  • Youth-serving professionals 
  • Professionals who serve or support people with disabilities
  • Nurses and health care professionals
  • Social workers/counselors 
  • Other individuals or groups 

Sessions can be delivered in English or Spanish and are able to be delivered on topics outside of what is listed above, based on your organization's needs. Email us at [email protected] to learn more about what we can do for your organization.  

Training Fees and Refunds

Training fees for workshops include participant materials, mileage, speaker’s travel, preparation and presentation time and continuing education. Where indicated, some trainings will have lunch provided. 

Training space may be limited. Please register early. Payment is required at the time of enrollment. Financial assistance may be available. Email [email protected] to inquire. We accept use of purchase orders from qualifying organizations. 

Upon registration, participants will receive a confirmation email. You may cancel your registration in writing up to 10 days in advance of the scheduled event. 

Refund Policy 

Unless otherwise stated, a $25 administrative fee is charged for all cancellations. You may substitute an alternate attendee from your organization at no charge if you contact us at least 4 days prior to the workshop; late substitutions will incur a $25 administrative fee. 

Cancellation of Trainings 

We reserve the right to cancel trainings due to lack of sufficient enrollment, illness, inclement weather or events beyond our control. Participants will be notified as soon as possible and will receive a full refund of their pre-paid fee. 

If you are interested in creating your own or learning more about our professional development opportunities, please contact us at 937-528-4662 or [email protected].

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