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When

August 18, 20211:00 PM - 3:00 PM (MT)

Where

VirtualLive, Online view on map

Contact

Valerie SteinmetzValerie.Steinmetz@lung.org303-847-0279

By engaging with the ONE Step training, you are helping to make a positive impact on the lung health of children in low-socioeconomic areas. As a ONE Step trained individual, you will be able to provide resources on asthma, secondhand smoke, and electronic smoking device aerosol to those you serve.

Online Training Schedule

The two-hour ONE Step online training prepares Early Childhood Educators (ECEs) and organizations serving low-income parents/caregivers to have health-focused conversations with parents about:

  • Secondhand smoke (SHS) and electronic smoking devices
  • The health impact of exposure to SHS on children
  • Steps to take to protect children from SHS exposure
  • Local and statewide tobacco cessation resources and support
  • Basic information about asthma and how to manage it

What is the ONE Step Training - Live Online?

The American Lung Association’s ONE Step program provides Early Childhood Educators (ECEs) and organizations serving low-income parents with training and resources on asthma, secondhand smoke (SHS), and electronic smoking devices (ESDs). This training uses health-focused messaging about removing SHS (tobacco and marijuana smoke), asthma triggers, and removing environmental tobacco (including e-cigarettes) from homes and places children go. Folks who complete this 2-hour virtual training, will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to connect with parents/caregivers about the dangers of SHS and how protecting child’s health starts with one simple step.

How do I sign up for the virtual training?

You can register for the virtual training by finding training dates and time on the program website, ONE Step Colorado and scrolling down to “Upcoming ONE Step Events.”

If you have any questions, please reach out to the program team at ONEStepColorado@Lung.org or 303-847-0279.

Is this course eligible for CEUs?

Currently, folks who complete the ONE Step training earn Professional Development credits. We can also work with your local licensing agency to see if CEUs can be offered.

How much does this training cost?

This program is grant-funded. All costs associated with the training are covered, such as facilitator time and training materials.

Is this training offered in-person?

At this time, the ONE Step training is not offered in-person due to observing COVID-19 safety recommendations by the CDC. However, we can schedule virtual trainings for your organization at any time. Please reach out to our program staff with any questions, please contact program staff at ONEStepColorado@Lung.org or 303-847-0279.

Contact Us

If you would like to schedule a schedule a free virtual training or have questions, please contact program staff at ONEStepColorado@lung.org or 303-847-0279.