Adults who work with or for youth not only need information and resources on the sexual health of young people, but also guidance on how to best support youth around these issues while honoring youths' rights and identities. ICAH’s adult professional development is developed for youth workers, family members, and other healthcare, school, or family-serving professionals who are interested in increasing their knowledge, improving their skills, and better supporting young people and their sexual health, rights, and identities.
While learning medically accurate, age-appropriate information, participants will gain tools to be youth-friendly, LGBTQQIA+-inclusive, and trauma-informed adult accomplices who actively work to reduce the shame and stigma young people are subject to. All our trainings align with the 7 National Sexuality Education Standards (NSES) and ICAH's innovative, youth-driven approach.
Please scroll down to see our full menu of topics. To request a professional development training for your organization or to have one tailored to your needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-427-4460.
ICAH offers a monthly Adult Accomplice training series at our office. You can register for a single training or all ten! The ICAH Adult Accomplice Certificate is presented to participants who complete all ten Adult Accomplice trainings. Thy also receive a copy of our published youth curriculum, Sex Ed Saves. CDPUs and CEUs are available for any training for an additional $20.
Our performance-based professional development builds your creative capacity and teaches you how to strengthen youth engagement through activities, skills, and techniques appropriate for any social justice youth program, health education setting, or classroom.
We offer a range of consultation services covering topics such as curriculum development and youth leadership advancement. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
To schedule a professional development training for your organization at your preferred location or to have one tailored to your needs, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-427-4460.