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3Rs Curriculum Trainings

Advocates for Youth is delighted to offer a comprehensive  training menu to support teachers and community-based educators in developing the comfort, knowledge and core skills needed to implement the 3Rs curriculum effectively. You will also find skills-based trainings that will help to build more confident and prepared sexual health educators no matter what curriculum they chose to use. Our goal is to help prepare educators to provide consistent high quality sex education that young people deserve.

Training Menu

Request a Private Group Training!

For pre-existing groups (educators from the same district/agency), up to 45 people per trainer.

Virtual Professional Development (VPD)

Virtual PD is a simulated environment where professionals can practice with youth avatars and support of an instructional coach to quickly learn and master the skills they need to be effective.

Racial Justice in Sex Ed- Check back soon!
Training for Educators- Check back soon!

For educators who are looking to enhance their sexual educator skills (three, 90-minute virtual training sessions)

Training for Trainers - Check back soon!

For sex education champions who are looking to train and support educators (four, 120-minute virtual training sessions)


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Additional Information

Advocates for Youth wrote the 3Rs curriculum, a K-12 sex ed curriculum, available free online at www.3rs.org. Training on the 3Rs curriculum is highly recommended but not required. Each lesson is clearly written with step by step instructions, including scripted text to outline key ideas, so that any educator, from the novice to the experienced, can pick up the lesson and deliver it with ease. While not required, we do highly recommend that educators receive training specifically on the new 2021 supplemental lessons as these new topics can be particularly challenging for even the most seasoned educator(topics may include but are not limited to – racial justice and the impact of racism on sexual health; teaching about anatomy that is intersex-inclusive; teaching about puberty that is inclusive of transgender experiences; and reproductive justice).