Training the Trainers:
HealthCorps University

HealthCorps University is train-the-trainer professional development program that empowers participants to bring HealthCorps’ curriculum to their organization, whether it’s a school system, community group or corporation.

Like the Living Labs, HCU is rooted in the three pillars of the HealthCorps’ curriculum: nutrition, fitness and mental resilience. This model is scalable and impactful providing the participant with simple messaging that prioritizes healthy living. Utilizing the HealthCorps curriculum, which is aligned to National Health Education Standards, creates a strong foundation from which HCU trainees are provided turnkey skills and concepts to integrate the HealthCorps curriculum into their current programming.

The Elements of a HealthCorps University

The HealthCorps University experience is an intense and productive 1-day training accompanied by a standardized assessment to ensure participants have a thorough understanding of the HealthCorps approach. Participants will be provided with a background on the HealthCorps organization and programs, participate in group activities, fun fitness demonstration, craft individual goals and strategies, and participate in curriculum lesson simulations.

All HCU participants receive the following support and resources:

  • A 1 day in-person HCU training
  • Online curriculum and supplement resources; www.ck12.org
  • Ongoing virtual professional development and support from HealthCorps
  • Access to a national HealthCorps University alumni network

 

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HCU Training in New York City

NYC Educators learned strategies for delivering life-saving skills in nutrition, fitness content to students, and activities for the classroom with HealthCorps’ free full-day training sponsored by the Anthem Foundation. The training was held at the Edward A. Reynolds West Side High School in Manhattan.

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