Extension News: Diabetes education available for passionate community members | The St. Clair Times

ByAlyssa R. Elliott

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Just about every 12 months, an approximated 31,000 people in Alabama are identified with diabetic issues. The Diabetes Empowerment Instruction Method Train-the-Trainer is an in-depth, three-day training for passionate community customers who want to be experienced in diabetic issues education and administration.

The future digital certification workshop will be July 26-28 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Upon completion of this training course, the coach will be a certified DEEP educator. As accredited trainers, people today can give back to their communities and operate with men and women with prediabetes or diabetic issues and care vendors. By extending the information and skills essential to cut down issues resulting from diabetic issues, the trainers provide a precious services to users of their communities.

The charge is $100 a coach and is valid for 3 years. Auburn College CEUs are offered (2. CEUs or 20 contact several hours).

To sign-up for this workshop, make sure you check out: www.aces.edu/party/diabetic issues-empowerment-education and learning-plan-deep-coach-the-coach-4/

For far more facts about this virtual certification workshop or if you have other concerns related to human diet, eating plan and well being, make contact with Helen Jones at 334-201-6775 or e mail [email protected]

To study much more about what is likely on at your local county Extension place of work, make sure you “like” our Fb website page, St. Clair County, Alabama Extension Business office.