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Join us for a Virtual Instructor Led Training – Training Culturally Diverse Groups Train the Trainer Event – Wednesday, September 18, 2019.

This event is for district directors and/or district trainers to receive materials and information to provide training in their home districts.

September 18, 2019—8:00a – 12:00p  Training Culturally Diverse Groups is part of an ongoing effort by ICN to establish and support a national network of trainers.  The target audience for this course is anyone who wishes to become a more effective trainer.  The curriculum is designed to assist participants in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to effectively deliver trainings to culturally diverse groups, as well as encourage further professional development.  ICN also designed this course to be interactive so participants are actively involved in the learning process.

September 18, 2019—1:00p—5:00p  Foundations for Training Excellence: Basics is designed to assist participants in assessing the current level of training skills they already possess and to encourage further professional development.  Participants will receive tools and resources they can take back to their workplaces to use immediately.

Participants who complete this 8-hour train-the-trainer session will earn 8 continuing education units approved by the School Nutrition Association.  Codes for USDA Professional Standards are listed on the certificate of completion.

As a virtual participant, you will join our face-to-face training event from your home computer.  There will be opportunities for you to participate, join in discussion and work in groups thanks to the technology at ICN.

There are ten spaces available to attend this face-to-face training as a virtual participant.  If you are interested, you will need the following equipment.

  • Laptop or desktop computer
  • Access to the internet
  • Web camera
  • USB computer headset

If you are interested in participating in this pilot opportunity, please contact Lisa Rogers at ltrogers@olemiss.edu.