FNEC has developed the following webinars for training SNAP-Ed staff in New York State.

Farmer’s Markets

J. Paddock, L. Connor, M. McHugh – July 2016

Learning Objectives:

  • Review how markets operate to accept SNAP and other benefits our participants may use
  • Explore examples of how policy, systems, and environmental(PSE) approaches can be combined with Farmers Markets events
  • Review best practices for planning and implementing SNAP-Ed nutrition education and obesity prevention at Farmers Markets

Farmer’s Markets slides
Please complete the linked survey after completing the Farmer’s Markets webinar

Dietary Guidelines

J. Paddock – May 2016

Learning Objectives:

  • Brief review of the importance of the Dietary Guidelines
  • Highlight changes from 2010 version of the Dietary Guidelines
  • Explore details of new information
  • Discuss suggestions for working with participants

Dietary Guidelines slides
Please complete the linked survey after completing the Dietary Guidelines webinar

Strategies for Working in Schools

J. Paddock, M.L. Bourbeau, J. Fournier – November 2015

Learning objectives:

  • Explore best practices for working with schools
  • Review types of SNAP-Ed work schools
  • Share two examples programming

Strategies for Working in Schools slides

Working with Youth

J. Paddock – September 2015

Learning objectives:

  • Explore the importance of developmental stage of the child when planning youth interventions
  • Understand of youth development principles
  • Gain insight into the application of youth development principles for nutrition education

Working with youth slides

Parents’ Role in Nutrition Education

J. Paddock – August 2015

Learning objectives:

  • Review parenting styles
  • Review parenting practices
  • Review principles of development and temperament

Parents’ role in Nutrition Education slides

Intersection of Theory and Nutrition Education

J. Paddock – July 2015

Learning objective

  • Gain an understanding of the importance and role of theory in nutrition education programming.

Intersection of Theory and Nutrition Education slides