Certificate of Training Live Events
2pm – 6pm ET; 1pm – 5pm CT; 12pm – 4pm MT; 11am – 3pm PT
Performing a System Check
On the live event days, the “Join Live Web Event” link will appear 30 minutes before the event. You will be allowed in the live event at least 10 minutes before the event. You will enter the events on mute and remain on mute throughout the events. You should turn off your video.
Logging in Daily
You must log in for each live event to be eligible to take the post-test. Your attendance will be verified for each event before you are permitted to proceed to the next event and before gaining access to the post-test.
The facilitators will be using various interactive tools — polling questions, reflection questions and the chat box to keep you engaged. Please participate as your participation will be monitored.
Access to Next Live Events
At the end of each event, you will be re-directed to an evaluation. Please complete the evaluation each day before logging off, so you will be able to access the next event.
The learner guide will be available under the Resources Tab. The guide will be linked in the Resources Tab which is included on each event landing page. The guide contains the agenda, PowerPoint presentations and handouts for all sessions. Bios for the facilitators are also included.
To avoid missing any content during the first event, please be sure to download these documents prior to the start of the first event. The facilitators will refer to this guide during all live event days. If you plan to print the guide, you may wish to print in grayscale instead of color.
This FAQ will provide the answer to all of your questions regarding the post-test. The post-test submission deadline is Monday, May 22, 2023, 5:00 pm CT.
Logging of CPE Credits
A total of 61 CPE Credits have been awarded for the Certificate of Training in Obesity for Pediatrics and Adults.
Select Activity Type: 120 Certificate Program
See below for suggested Performance Indicators for this certificate of training:
8.1.1 – Uses evidence-based information and standards to determine nutritional needs
8.3.6 – Keeps abreast of current nutrition and dietetics knowledge and trends
9.1.3 – Identifies and analyzes factors that influence behavioral change
9.2.4 – Collaborates with learner(s) and colleagues to formulate specific, measurable and attainable objectives and goals
Although there are suggested performance indicators* provided for the course, you as the practitioner will select the competency from the dropdown list that describes the knowledge, skills and behaviors gained from activity completion.
- *Performance Indicators describe an inter-related set of behaviors and the level of expected performance that can be evaluated to determine whether the competency has been met.
Click here for a tutorial on how to log CPE credits for this activity.
Access to Prework Modules
Access to the prework modules will conclude on Monday, June 26, 2023,11:59pm CT. Please be sure to download and save any materials you wish to retain on your computer hard drive by that date.
Your certificate has a five-year expiration date. Your certificate will expire May 10, 2028.
Next Step for the CSOWM
Please click here if you are considering the CSOWM certification.
Updated: January 6, 2023