Welcome to Let’s Go!’s online training modules! Thank you for your interest in enhancing your knowledge and skills related to healthy eating and active living.
Due to popular demand, you no longer need to log in to access our training modules! Now anyone can easily access our trainings at their convenience.
Let’s Go! is currently offering online training for the Healthcare and Child Care settings. You can complete the modules of interest to you as you have time and at your own pace.
We hope you enjoy these training opportunities and take away useful information to help the children and families you work with develop healthy habits for life. If you have ideas and/or suggestions for future topics, please share them with us on our contact page.
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Child Care Online Trainings
These trainings are designed to educate child care providers on different physical activity and nutrition-related topics for young children. Each module is coupled with a knowledge-enhancing quiz and is worth licensing contact hours*. By completing all currently available modules, you can earn 3 licensing contact hours! If you have ideas and/or suggestions for future topics, please share them with us at email@example.com.
~ The Let’s Go! Child Care Team
*The Let's Go! Child Care Trainings are eligible for licensing contact hours in the State of Maine. If you are outside the state of Maine, you must check with your child care licensing division to determine if these course may count toward your licensing continuing education requirements. The content for some of these modules was adapted with permission from the original Nutrition and Physical Activity Self-Assessment for Child Care (NAP SACC) Program, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, May 2007.
Healthcare Online Trainings
These trainings are designed to provide healthcare providers and practices with valuable information that will help to transform the way they deliver care.
Let's Go! Healthcare was generously funded by the Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare Foundation from 2012-2015.