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Master Trainer Training  - July 17-18, 2017

Master Trainer Training - July 17-18, 2017

$ 1,200.00

Please note, this is an IN PERSON training.

Solera Health, Inc. is in no way responsible for arranging travel or hotel accommodations for training participants.

Solera Health, Inc. is in no way responsible for arranging shipment of the provided materials from the training location to any other location.

Date:
Monday, July 17, 2017 and Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Time:
8:30 AM to 6:00 PM each day

Location:
Valley Jewish Community Center
20350 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 100
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Seats Available:
15

Price:
$1,200.00 (includes all materials)

Please contact Mick McLaughlin at mick.mclaughlin@soleranetwork.com for more information.

This is a two-day training.

The NDPP Master Trainer training is for NDPP Lifestyle Coaches who have excelled in their efforts with disease prevention and are looking to facilitate Lifestyle Coach Training for the CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program within their own organization or their partner organizations. This Master Training is offered by Solera Health Master Trainers, who have been approved by the CDC to deliver training for individuals to become Lifestyle Coaches to deliver the NDPP, and also to identify and train Master Trainers for the program. Participants will review facilitation of program sessions, motivational interviewing, stages of change, quality and fidelity, and program planning and implementation.

  • The participants of this Master Training will agree to abide by Solera Health quality and fidelity standards. The training will be offered in Solera Heath’s unique, proprietary problem-based learning case methodology format.
  • Once registered, participants will receive email confirmation, and can expect communication from a Solera Health training coordinator.

Who can be a Master Trainer?
Master Trainers are facilitators who are extensively trained in the CDC diabetes prevention program curriculum. Master Trainers should have previous experience with a DPP-based lifestyle intervention, expertise in adult learning and group facilitation, and familiarity with the diabetes prevention lifestyle change program. One year of experience, minimum, as a Lifestyle Coaching delivering the diabetes prevention lifestyle change program is recommended.