Online Training for Staff of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programs
Last Reviewed: June 20, 2014
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The Family and Youth Services Bureau offers two online learning courses for grantees of its Personal Responsibility Education Program, or PREP, and others working to prevent teen pregnancy and STDs:
- "Creating a Safe Space for LGBTQ Teens" was designed to help those who deliver teen pregnancy prevention programming to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning, or LGBTQ, youth.
- “Working With Subgrantees to Monitor Fidelity” is a course for State PREP grantees and others overseeing attempts to implement evidence-based adolescent pregnancy prevention programs. Participants will learn what fidelity means and how to promote the successful implementation of evidence-based programs—in the real world.
- “Adolescent Development” is a course that enables program managers and youth workers to integrate concepts of healthy adolescent development into their teen pregnancy prevention and sexuality education programs. Participants will learn about adolescent brain development and how to use that knowledge when planning programs for teens.