Training

Training

FLASH Training of Educators (TOE) prepares educators and youth-serving professionals to deliver the FLASH curriculum.

The TOE is more than just a training—it is a highly interactive and research-based learning process that takes place over time to support educators with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully use the FLASH program in the classroom. Trainings are offered on Elementary, Middle School, High School and Special Education FLASH.

Length: One day of in-person skills building, along with priming pre-work and ample follow-up support.

Cost: Costs are variable based on the specific needs of each site. For a cost quote, simply fill out this Training and TA Request Form.

Content: Educators who successfully complete the FLASH TOE learning process walk away with knowledge and skills on:

  • The foundations of sexual health and HIV instruction
  • How to answer sensitive student questions
  • Key concepts to use in teaching the FLASH curriculum
  • Best practices in methodology for teaching key sexuality education topics, such as abstinence, puberty, sexual violence prevention, LGBT issues, and more

Trainers: All FLASH Trainers are highly seasoned trainers of adult learners and have extensive expertise in adolescent sexuality education, including the FLASH curriculum.

For more information or to schedule a FLASH training:

In King County, WA: Contact FLASH@kingcounty.gov

Outside of King County, WA: Fill out this brief Training and TA Request Form and ETR’s Training Coordinator will contact you to discuss your needs and interest. You can also email us directly at FLASHTrain@etr.org.