Find trainings that will assist you in implementing your school's wellness policies.
Wellness Online Course Catalog
Offers Wellness Online Courses designed to help child nutrition program personnel become effective wellness advocates for students and staff. Also offers other online training topics, such as plate waste, menu planning, culinary techniques, Team Up Thursdays Webinar Series, and face to face trainings. Provides in person and online trainings on developing wellness policies, assessing policies, and specific topics such as creative breakfast service models and hosting wellness fairs. Need to register to gain access. Provides trainings on receiving dual recognition with USDA and the Alliance, creating action plans, success stories in physical education, and much more.
2016 School Nutrition Webinar Series
UC Davis Center for Nutrition in Schools.
Free, one-hour Webinars that cover information on the requirements and best practices for the selected topic, including USDA menu planning requirements and professional standards.
Alliance for Healthier Generation Training Center
Alliance for Healthier Generation.
The Training Center is a virtual space where you can connect with Healthier Generation’s National Advisors and engage with like-minded healthy change makers about best practices for creating healthier environments. Obtain free access to 50+ on-demand trainings, Healthier Generation’s Criteria Explorer, live virtual webinars via WebEx and Connect Communities moderated by National Advisors. Enrolled schools and out-of-school time sites can access the Training Center from either the schools.healthiergeneration.org or host.healthiergeneration.org websites, using their existing account information to log in. New users will need to create an account.
Project LEAN Local School Wellness Policy Training
California Project LEAN.
California Project LEAN has expertise on LSWP and has developed nationally recognized resources and provided trainings and technical assistance to schools/districts, school board members, parents, youth, and other stakeholders who assist in the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of LSWPs.