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A variety of intervention trainings are being offered in an on-demand format. These recorded trainings allow for 24/7 viewing to offer flexibility in meeting the varied schedules of SNAP-Ed implementers. Program staff can view the trainings if they missed the live event or would like to watch them again. Viewers can pause the videos for note-taking or to look through their program materials. To view, expand the intervention training topic below and play the YouTube video.

This training introduces the PE-NutTM program and prepares educators to successfully deliver PE-Nut’s™core nutrition education component in-person and virtually using digital modifications that have been made to the HSHC™ program.

This training covers the core physical literacy component of PE-Nut™ , the Exemplary Physical Education Curriculum™ (EPEC™), and provides implementation strategies for the supplemental components including FitBits™, Health Through Literacy™, food tastings, school-wide messaging, family engagement, and other supplemental resources to deliver a comprehensive community wrap around program.

This training provides and introduction to the research base and an in depth look at LL-S with best practice tips for delivering the program in-person or with digital modifications while ensuring program fidelity.

This training provides an overview of the LL-CC program materials and how it is implemented both in person and virtually as a supplement to core direct education with a PSE focus in the learners’ community.

This training will provide an overview of the Linking Lessons for Learners with Cognitive Disabilities program including recent evaluation findings, program implementation strategies to ensure fidelity, and evaluation activities for FY21.

This training provides an overview of the Fresh Conversations program including recent evaluation findings, program implementation strategies to ensure fidelity, and evaluation activities for FY21.


Michigan Fitness Foundation SNAP-Ed trainings welcome participants from MFF Partners, projects, and others who work in SNAP-Ed. If you require a reasonable accommodation to participate in training (in-person, online, etc.), please contact us at (517) 347-7891 or training@michiganfitness.org.