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Types of Training

Below you can learn more about the different types of training we offer.

Youth-Friendly Healthcare

Request a customized training for your staff delivered by our specially trained facilitators and members of our Youth Action Council. Trainings focus on best practices for providing youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services to youth and may include: values exploration exercises; a teen walk-through of your clinic with feedback; an overview of laws regarding minor consent and confidentiality to sexual and reproductive health services; a youth panel; guided action planning; and other topics or exercises as requested.

Core Skills for Sex Ed

Our core skills training for sex ed is designed for sexual health educators working with youth and is delivered by members of our highly trained and experienced sex education training cadre. This interactive training focuses on some of the core skills educators need to effectively implement any sex education program. Although designed for beginner-level participants, this training is valuable for sexual health educators with any level of experience. Topics include: values exploration; self-disclosure; answering difficult questions; and facilitation techniques.

Draw the Line/Respect the Line (DTL/RTL)

We offer an interactive 3-day Training of Educators for DTL/RTL. DTL/RTL is a program that emphasizes developing young people’s interpersonal and intrapersonal skills so that they can set sexual limits. DTL/RTL is a three-part program for students in Grades 6, 7, and 8 designed to encourage youth to delay having sexual intercourse to reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), including HIV/AIDS, and pregnancy.

Reducing the Risk (RTR)

We offer an interactive 2-day Training of Educators for RTR. RTR is an abstinence-plus sex education curriculum designed for youth in Grades 9 through 12 that focuses on the overall behavioral goal of encouraging youth to avoid unprotected sex by practicing abstinence or using contraception. Reducing the Risk is an evidence-based program that goes beyond facts about risk and protection to present a powerful, active approach to preventing teenage pregnancy and protecting against HIV and other STDs.

Making Proud Choices! (MPC!)

We offer an interactive 2-day Training of Educators for MPC! MPC! is a curriculum that provides adolescents with the knowledge, confidence, and skills necessary to reduce their risk of STDs, HIV, and pregnancy by either abstaining from sex or using condoms if they choose to have sex.

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