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Yes, Currently we offer continuing education credits for the following:
RD-Registered Dietitians – 12
ACSM-American College of Sports Medicine – 12
CHES-Certified Health Education Specialists 12 cech
HR-Human Resource Certification Institute – 12
No, the CDE Credential is completely different. This program does not train participants to work with diabetic patients. This program is designed to work with those with Pre-diabetes in order to prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 Diabetes.
1. Complete the training from one of the CDC recognized training entities.
2. Facilitate at least one complete cohort through the year long DPP Lifestyle Change program.
3. Submit your data to CDC in accordance with the DPRP standards.
4. Achieve or maintain your program’s full recognition status.
1. Complete the application below including a letter of recommendation from a supervisor who is familiar with your work delivering the DPP.
2. Schedule an interview with State of Wellness senior staff to discuss your program delivery experience and interest in expanding DPP Lifestyle Coach training within organization.
Yes. once your application is approved for MT training, a contract will be issued. Unless otherwise stipulated the contract must be signed by all parties and returned to State of Wellness prior to scheduling your training. The contract is between you, your organization and State of Wellness. Details on duration, recertification and roles and responsibilities of each party are clearly defined within the contract agreement.
Typically, we offer two MT trainings each year. We do not schedule them in advance rather base the scheduling on request from organizations seeing to have one or more of their Lifestyle Coaches trained.
Begin by signing up for one of our upcoming Lifestyle Coach training dates.
Yes, according the the requirements to sit for the CDE you must have a certain number of hours working directly with people with diabetes or who are pre diabetic.
Yes, once trained you’ll have a better understanding of how and where the DPP may be delivered.
Many insurance companies recognize and support the evidence-based DPP because it was developed by the CDC and very suitable for their covered lives who may be unaware that they are “prediabetic”.
Absolutely! While there are technically no pre-requisits to become a Lifestyle Coach for the National DPP, a health educator is particularly well suited to lead this program within a community, worksite or any other venue.
Referrals from healthcare providers, hospitals, insurance companies, worksites etc. Pre-Diabetes is a huge issue and we are among the early adopters in building capacity across the US. We expect coaches can be as busy as they choose.
The DPP (National Diabetes Prevention Program) is a Centers for Disease Control and Health Promotion “Evidence Based” program targeting Pre-Diabetics only. Many professionals who have WellCoaches and other coaching certifications have become trained to deliver the DPP as a means to expand their program offerings. The other major difference is that the DPP is always delivered to a group of 14-18 individuals, not one on one.
The need is HUGE! One in four U.S. adults aged 20 years or older had prediabetes in 2007. The diagnosed diabetic population is growing annually by 1.5 million. Costs associated with diabetes were $245 billion in 2012. We need to slow and reverse these trends ASAP!
To successfully complete the Lifestyle Coach training a participant must:
1. Attend and engage is each of the scheduled course dates.
2. Satisfactorily lead a short DPP practice session demonstrating basic understanding of the DPP materials, motivational interviewing skills, and group facilitation techniques.
3. Correctly respond to all questions in post-training quiz.
4. Complete and submit the course feedback form.
If you are participating within a DPP Lifestyle Coach Training course and need to miss a class(es) you should:
1. Inform the instructors at your earliest convenience.
2. Coordinate with the the instructors on attending an upcoming course to make-up what was missed.
The education section is for academic programs. Since the CDC is not in the business of “certifying” individuals, include DPP Lifestyle Coach training in the “Courses” section.
No. You must successfully complete a DPP Master Training course before you are eligible to train Lifestyle Coaches.
1. Successfully complete a DPP Lifestyle Coach training provided by a recognized Lifestyle Coach course provider.
2. Facilitate at least one full cycle DPP participant program (i.e. 16 week core + 4 post-core sessions over 1 year).
3. Apply for and successfully complete the DPP Master Training curriculum provided by a recognized Master Trainer course provider.
NO, the CDC has stated that they do not want to get into the business of “certifying.”
You may say: I am a Lifestyle Coach, trained to deliver CDC’s evidence-based Diabetes Prevention Program.
Join DPP Lifestyle Coach groups found on Linkedin, Google+, Facebook and others.
Only with advance written request and subsequent written approval from State of Wellness.
CDC recognizes organizations, not individuals. If you are employed by an organization who will be supporting the DPP program, they may seek recognition as a provider. Businesses of any size may seek recognition.