San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
National Abstinence Education Association
Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist Certification Program
Date: Tuesday, October 7th and Wednesday, October 8th
from 8 am to 5 pm
Where: Water Bird Banquet Center located at 526 Indian Boundary, Chesterton, IN 46304
Hilton Garden Inn Chesterton
501 Gateway Boulevard, Chesterton, Indiana, 46304
Consider coming early to enjoy the nearby Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore
National Park System designated as a U.S. National Lakeshore located in northwest Indiana. The national lakeshore runs for nearly 25 miles (40 km) along the southern shore of Lake Michigan. The park contains approximately 15,000 acres.
$200 early bird pricing before August 12;
$250 registration after After August 12
Registration ends Sept. 12th.
For questions or PO's please call Dawn at 219-548-8783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Encourages uniform levels of professional expertise in SRA methodology
- Increases the overall quality of school and community sexual health education
- Provides seasoned SRA educators with continuing education to assure that they have the most current data and research in the SRA field
- Offers a quality professional development opportunity for Title V grantees
- Successful completion earns the SRAS (Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist) designation after one’s name to signify professional training. (e.g. Jane Doe, SRAS)
Certification Training Topics Include:
- Defining the SRA approach
- The theoretical and public health basis for SRA
- Content of successful SRA programs
- Building parent-child connectedness
- Building community & school partnerships
- The importance of research & program evaluation
- Implementing an evidence-based approach
- Sexual health data, research, trends & medical accuracy
- Effective public messaging
- Applying an SRA code of ethics to your program
When & Where
A Positive Approach to Teen Health
We're here to make a positive impact in the lives of youth throughout NW Indiana!
OUR MISSION: To equip, empower and encourage teens to make healthy choices through life skills, relationship and character building education.
A Positive Approach to Teen Health utilizes the whole person method of instruction, recognizing that our decisions affect each area of our lives. PATH encourages and equips teens to make healthy choices that combat risky behavior patterns. These choices affect them physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and socially.
A Positive Approach to Teen Health equips and empowers teens to make healthy choices though life skills, relationship and character building education. We are a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that reaches seven counties throughout northwest Indiana. These counties include Lake, Porter, Laporte, Pulaski, Newton, Jasper, and Starke.
A Positive Approach to Teen Health has reached over 170,000 students since 1993. We have in school presentations, after school mentoring programs, parent programs, and community-wide events that encourage teens to make healthy choices. We educate teens on making healthy choices when it comes to drugs, alcohol, sex, and relationship violence. Our goal is for teens to have stronger more meaningful relationships, healthy futures, and successful ventures throughout their entire lives.