Welcome to the SNAP-ED Strategies and Interventions Training registration page. All interactive trainings will increase knowledge and skills and prepare participants to implement and train others to conduct evidence based interventions tailored to address specific cultural audiences. The primary goal for the trainings is to improve “the likelihood that persons eligible for SNAP will make healthy food choices within a limited budget and choose physically active lifestyles consistent with the current Dietary Guidelines for Americans.” Secondary messages focus on using the Social Ecological Model (SEM) to plan and provide SNAP-Ed nutrition education and obesity prevention services designed to: 1) achieve positive changes in knowledge, goals, intentions and skills at the individual level; 2) expand to add organizational, policy, marketing or community engagement changes at the environmental level and 3) successfully engage multiple agencies to achieve complementary change at the community level.
These trainings are designed for staff who lead SNAP-Ed classes, or staff who help support these educators (such as supervisors or trainers). The intention of these trainings is that successful participants will share content and conduct in-service trainings for colleagues and subcontractors.
A,B,Cs of Healthy Retail: Fundamentals for Designing a Healthy Retail Program
In Person Quarterly
Recruiting and Engaging Youth
In Person Quarterly
Tools for Building Effective School Wellness Strategies
In Person Spring
Sprouting Healthy Kids in Early Care and Education Settings
Physical Activity (PA) Integration: Moving Towards Sustainable PA
Quench Better! Using the Rethink Your Drink Campaign for Healthy Beverage Education and PSE change work
Thinking Outside the Planter Box: Growing Your Community Garden
If you have any specific questions about any of the SNAP-Ed Strategies and Interventions trainings please click on the course link and contact the training lead for that training.