Professional Development for Healthy Schools
As a champion for healthy children and youth, you face a multitude of challenges every day. With scarce resources and competing demands on your time, you need professional development that provides skills and knowledge you can use in your work today and throughout your career.
Our mission at RMC Health is to improve the mental, physical, social, and emotional health of children and youth by providing innovative and effective professional development—training, coaching, and resources—to you and other educators and professionals who serve them. We enhance your abilities by equipping you with the tools you need to make a genuine difference in the health of young people.
We are an award-winning organization known for our expertise in school health, working nationally with schools, districts, and state education departments. However, we have also developed strong relationships with public health agencies and nonprofit organizations that promote the health of children and adolescents.
RMC Health experts are nationally recognized thought leaders in the area of professional development. Our highly effective training methods coupled with our research-based program designs and skill-building resources have brought positive change to schools and communities across America.
Contact RMC Health for more information about how we can help you promote healthy behaviors among the children and youth you serve.
From our Blog
Listening To Colorado Students To Gain Actionable Data
Posted on September 14, 2014
The Parenting and Child Development Collection has arrived at the Health and Learning Resource Center!
Posted on September 10, 2014
Dunn Elementary: Running in the Right Direction
Posted on September 7, 2014
RMC Health is offering a new training in Colorado's Comprehensive Health Education Standards, "I Taught It But Do They Really Get It? Developing Student Mastery of Health Skills and Assessment." Using a skills progression model, this new training examines how teaching strategies and assessment can be aligned to lead to student mastery of the skills found in the Standards. We will examine student assessment techniques to support mastery of health skills.
Attend one of five free trainings offered during the month of April. This training will provide strategies and tools to review, communicate, and enforce tobacco-free schools policies in your school district. Register now!
Funding for this training is made possible by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment’s State Tobacco Education & Prevention Partnership (STEPP) A35 funding.