ETR offers several types of EBP-related trainings, including Training of Educators (TOE)
Training of Educators is a professional learning process that builds the knowledge and skills required of adult learners to implement a program, curriculum or strategy with fidelity and appropriate adaptations.
Boosters are critical follow-up sessions intended to assist trainers and implementers with identifying and breaking through implementation barriers, strengthening implementation skills, and networking with colleagues through professional learning networks.
ETR offers tailored professional learning through skill-building training and information sessions. These options are designed to support teen pregnancy prevention and other programs during the implementation stage and to boost and support program success.
Focuses on how to use and communicate evaluation results to learn, inspire and persuade others, in addition to reporting back to funders.
Equips participants with the knowledge and skills needed to make appropriate adaptations, while still implementing the EBP with fidelity.
Shows participants how to sustain program efforts beyond the standard funding cycle.
Empowers educators to create an effective learning environment to motivate adult learners to take action.
Offers participants a chance to navigate the sensitive topics they face in their workplace and build the skills needed to answer difficult questions.
Explains neurobiological findings from adolescent brain research as they apply to risk taking, relationship building and social development.
Explores theory, current issues and research-based strategies for providing welcoming and affirming environments appropriate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth in a variety of services and settings.
Designed to enhance the ability of professionals working in teen pregnancy prevention to involve and integrate activities for parents of adolescents in their programs.
Shares a fresh look at the theory and research-based practices that support effective instructional design and explores how these apply to various modes of delivery, including blended learning.
Explores factors that make young people resilient and strategies for fostering resiliency among youth, including using strengths-based facilitation and implementing support structures.
Prepares participants to engage youth in learning about sexual and reproductive health topics, including anatomy, physiology, contraception and sexually transmitted infections.
Presents the rationale and research base for providing LARC information to young people and builds capacity to implement health promotion strategies related to LARCs.
Trains technical assistance providers in the research base and best practices for delivering effective TA.
Provides practical, targeted guidance and tools to enhance the day-to-day tasks and responsibilities of program teams.
Guides participants through a practical process of assessing current program strengths and weaknesses and planning for adapting products, services and activities to best meet the needs of your target group
Based on research and best practice, ETR experts deliver technical assistance (TA) services in variety of content areas. Our tailored, data-driven TA can be delivered through face-to-face meetings, conference calls, written materials, online discussions, web-based materials and email.
In addition to any of the topics above, ETR can provide TA and consultation on a variety of other topics. Some examples of technical assistance include:
For more information, contact one of our training experts through our Program Support Help Desk.