Healthy Start Workshops – Saskatchewan

Healthy Start offers a variety of professional development workshops for early years practitioners. In-person sessions are available regionally in Saskatchewan. In New Brunswick the workshop is called Healthy Start for Active Kids. Healthy Start Training Workshop A Healthy Start training workshop gives you everything you need to increase physical activity and healthy eating within your …

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Healthy Start Online

Healthy Start Online Course If you cannot attend a Healthy Start training workshop in person, or would like to earn continuing education credits, training is available online. This program is free of charge for early learning and childcare professionals living in New Brunswick. Healthy Start Online is a certified training course in early childhood education, …

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Healthy Start Webinars


Healthy Start Webinars As you pursue your learning you are invited to take part in the Healthy Start webinar series. Healthy Start webinars are a follow-up to the in-person or on-line training sessions. They are intended to build your knowledge on the key concepts around healthy eating and active play that were covered in the …

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Healthy Start for Families

Healthy Start for Families is an adapted version of the Healthy Start program targeting parents, guardians and children ages 0-5 years (siblings are welcome.) The program consists of a series of interactive, kid-friendly activities and cooking sessions, offered free of charge at participating early years centres, local family resource centres or community based organizations. At …

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of Healthy Start? There are a lot of reasons to join Healthy Start! It’s easy to use It engages educators, cooks and parents It works – children have more opportunities to be active and eat healthy It’s free It’s fun – educators tell us they really enjoy the training and resources …

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Steps to Healthy Start

Healthy Start is aimed at childcare centres or homes, prekindergarten or preschool programs, Aboriginal Head Start programs, or any early childhood setting. The following steps provide a snapshot of the Healthy Start program. Shared Commitment Our commitment: Free training and resources to early learning programs; Ongoing support over the course of ten months Your commitment …

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Training Calendar

The Healthy Start training calendar lists upcoming regional group trainings, Healthy Start for Families sessions, and other learning events. The calendar lists events taking place in Saskatchewan and New Brunswick. View the Calendar



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