Lifestyle Coach and Program Coordinator Videos
These advanced training videos are for Lifestyle Coaches and Program Coordinators of organizations who are planning to apply or are CDC-recognized. CDC wants organizations to understand the preparation and requirements before applying, and realize that watching each video will be central in helping them follow the detailed steps to successfully achieve full recognition by the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP).
The Lifestyle Coach series aims to communicate to organizations and its staff, the importance of self-assessment to determine if they are ready or not to implement National DPP, and what resources they will need in preparation, during, and after the program. This series ensures as a Lifestyle Coach they understand their role in participants’ success, adherence to the CDC DPRP Standards and data collection in terms of evaluation, and how helping their organization to successfully receive full recognition.
In addition, the Program Coordinator series presents the operational role and responsibilities of a Program Coordinator to ensure programmatic achievement in adherence with the CDC DPRP Standards. These videos encourage Program Coordinators to reach out to CDC on a more regular basis for technical support, and showcase tips for success and best practices to ensure the DPRP Standards and requirements are met prior to their data submission, analysis, and evaluation report.
What It Means to Be a Lifestyle Coach: Preparing for Program Success
Part one of a two part video series, “What It Means to Be a Lifestyle Coach”. This video intends to equip Lifestyle Coaches with the knowledge and understanding needed to effectively deliver the National DPP lifestyle change program and follow the CDC DPRP Standards and Operating Procedures. Examples and information offered is delivered by an experienced CDC staff member and Lifestyle Coach.
What It Means to Be a Lifestyle Coach: Program Components
Part two of two in the video series, “What It Means to Be a Lifestyle Coach”. This video dissects DPRP program components and how they correlate to the CDC DPRP Standards and Operating Procedures. A CDC staff member and experienced Lifestyle Coach provide successful strategies for recruitment, retention, program and participant documentation, and alternative approaches for missed sessions.
Presented in four parts, view the entire video or link to the individual chapters:
What It Means to Be a Program Coordinator: Prepare to Implement the Program
One of the two part video series, “What It Means to Be a Program Coordinator”. This video covers important topics that are critical to the larger operational responsibilities of the Project Coordinator, such as organizational infrastructure, setting up a program, and recruitment and retention. Tips and information are relayed by CDC staff and an experienced Program Coordinator.
Presented in three parts, view the entire video or link to the individual chapters:
What It Means to Be a Program Coordinator: Responsibilities
Part two of two in the video series, “What It Means to Be a Program Coordinator”. This video emphasizes the role and responsibilities bestowed on the Program Coordinator. It offers information and useful tips and examples from an experienced Program Coordinator to help successfully implement the program – ultimately reaching CDC full recognition.
- Page last reviewed: October 19, 2017
- Page last updated: October 19, 2017
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