Training - Webinars/CEUs

Agency Webinars

Informational and educational webinars for agency access are listed below.

Mental Health Awareness:  Your Life Iowa and 988 Suicide Prevention Hotline

Child Care Resource & Referral

This session was presented by Melissa Juhl, CCAP, Regional Director.  If you were unable to attend the educational session, you can view the video from the link below: 

Count the Kicks

If you missed the November 29, 2021 webinar by Megan Aucutt, Program Director, Count the Kicks / Healthy Birth Day, you can watch the video here:

What Do I Feed My Baby After Avocado, Banana & Sweet Potato

If you missed the August 30 webinar by Katie Ferraro, MPH, RDN, CDE please watch the recording of the informational presentation by clicking the below link.

Maternal Mortality

If you missed the March 29, 2021 required webinar by Stephanie Trusty of the Bureau of Family Health please watch the recording of the informational presentation by clicking the below link.

Introduction to the 5-2-1-0 Healthy Habits Toolkit for Maternal and Child Health Providers

We encourage all WIC CPAs to view the recording and slides from the June 29, 2020 webinar by Dr. Jennifer Groos, Stephanie Trusty, RN, BSN and Nicole Newman, RD, LD, CLC about using the 5-2-1-0 toolkit and resources for WIC, Maternal Health and healthcare professionals.

Educational Opportunities

The following educational opportunities are listed as a resource for continuing education from sources outside of the Iowa WIC Program.

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