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Training - Webinars/CEUs

Agency Webinars

Informational and educational webinars for agency access are listed below.

Back to Basics:  WIC Formula Overview

The information below contains the recording of the webinar "Back to Basics: WIC Formula Overivew" and information discussed during the webinar on December 5, 2015.

Maternal Mortality

If you missed the March 29 required webinar by Stephanie Trusty of the Bureau of Family Health please watch the recording of the informational presentation by clicking the below link.

Did you miss the "Unconscious Bias" Training?

The webinar recording, slides, post-test, and evaluation are now available in the below links. The webinar is approved for 1.75 CPEU for dietitians through August 26, 2021. We encourage all WIC CPAs to view the webinar to learn about unconscious bias. Certificates of attendence and CEU's for RD's will only be provided once the post test is completed and a valid Email address is provided. They will be distributed at the end of each month. 

Did you miss the "Introduction to the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Habits Toolkit for Maternal and Child Health Provider"?

The webinar recording, slides, post-test, and evaluation are now available on the below links. The webinar is approved for 1 CPEU for dietitians through June 29, 2021. We encourage all WIC CPAs to view the webinar to learn about the toolkits that will be available for staff use soon.

Continuing Education:

  • To be eligible for continuing education, the post-test must be completed after viewing the webinar recording.

Educational Oppertunities

The following educational oppertunies are listed as a resource for continueing educations from sources outside of the Iowa WIC Porgram

For more information about WIC, call 1-800-532-1579 or (515) 281-6650. You may also use the Contact Us system to send us a question online.

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