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Study the "hot topic" at the "cool school!" June 14th - June 26th, 2015 The North Carolina School Health Training Center is again hosting the NC Family Life Institute. This two-week course can be taken for renewal credit (7.5 CEUs) or 6 semester hours graduate or undergraduate credit. The institute begins with a banquet on Sunday evening and includes medically accurate content, skill building, and opportunities for lifelong friendshhips. Participants will have the middle weekend off. The...
The NC School Health Training Center (NCSHTC) and the NC Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) are providing a series of regional workshops for Darkness to Light Plus, a child sexual abuse prevention program for school personnel.  The 3-hour, nationally-known program has been expanded to five hours to help schools analyze policies pertaining to prevention, reporting and access to children. The NCDPI Title V Grant provides funding for: 5-hour training Workbook and...
Interested in becoming a trainer for How to Be an Ally to LGBTQ Youth? Prerequisites to attending this FREE training: Come as a team - 1 LGBT trainer comfortable with being out in their school system and 1 counselor, social worker or other mental health care professional who has attended a recent ASIST training workshop or other suicide prevention professional development. Commitment - Upon completion of this 16-hour T4T, participants must agree to provide two, 7-hour training sessions in your...
An Evidence-Based Safer Sex Approach to HIV/STD and Teen Pregnancy Prevention The NC School Health Training Center (NCSHTC) recommends a curriculum which reduces risk-taking for HIV, STDs and teen pregnancy.  The curriculum presented in this workshop is appropriate for youth 11 - 14; consists of 8 sessions; has been shown to be effective with African-American, White and Hispanic youth; and is fun and interactive.  Curriculum includes: Knowledge about prevention of HIV, STDs and...
The NC School Health Training Center provides workshops for the Successfully Teaching Health manuals. The six-hour workshop is tightly aligned with the new Essential Standards in Healthful Living Education. Teachers who have attended have given rave reviews for both the manuals and the workshop.     By the end of the workshop, teachers will be able to: Understand the value of the Successfully Teaching Health manuals in meeting the new Essential Standards for North Carolina....
Beginning August of 2010, public schools in North Carolina have been responsible for implementing the Healthy Youth Act and delivering Reproductive Health and Safety Education for grades 7, 8, and 9. The NC School Health Training Center (NCSHTC) is prepared to assist your school system and teachers in the following ways: Lesson Plans Writers for the NCSHTC have created 16 lesson plans and PowerPoint presentations for grades 7, 8, and 9 to implement the topics required within the Health Youth...
The following new/updated files for the Manuals are available for download: Chronic Diseases: Contributing Behavioral and Environmental Factors (8.PCH.1.2.pptx)  (1.51 MB) Binge Drinking 101 (9.ATOD.2.2.pptx)    (2.39 MB) The manuals are available on flash drives and can be purchased from the NC Association for the Advancement of Health Education. Successfully Teaching High School Health V (43 seven-step lessons with 36 PowerPoints and Prezis) Successfully Teaching...
    The Division of Public Health (Injury and Violence Prevention Branch) is funding these professional development events in suicide intervention for mental health professionals and public school personnel. The ASIST workshop is for caregivers who want to feel more comfortable, confident, and competent in helping to prevent the immediate risk of suicide. Worldwide, over one million caregivers have participated in this two-day, highly interactive, practical, practice-oriented...
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