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Training & Technical Assistance

woman at computer You can find a variety of resources on Diabetes at Work to help you better understand a specific diabetes or worksite wellness topic, build skills, and communicate important diabetes-related information. You can access a variety of worksite wellness and diabetes resources from National Diabetes Education Program, Total Worker Health, Association of Occupational Health Nurses and American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine who have allowed access to their training tools. Some of these courses provide continuing education credit.

Training Courses

Diabetes at Work: What’s Depression Got to Do with It?  This training course has been developed as an additional resource for the National Diabetes Education Program’s (NDEP) Diabetes at Work Web site. Information in this course describes the association between diabetes and depression, how these two chronic illnesses can impact an employee, and the role that employers can play in assisting employees who are experiencing both conditions.



Enhance your professional development with webinars. Learn new approaches for engaging employees, improving your worksite wellness efforts and promoting diabetes prevention and management from national experts.


The Right Fit

These easy to use tip sheets include strategies to implement worksite wellness activities in a variety of business sizes and settings. The tip sheets are designed to provide basic information on a topic and quick action steps to get you started.