Food Allergies: Keeping Students Safe and Included is an online training course designed to help school staff and administrators become better prepared to manage students with food allergies and respond to food allergy emergencies. Take this course to learn more about managing food allergies in schools and how to best protect and keep students included.
- Improve understanding of food allergies and allergic reactions.
- Identify ways that schools can create a safer and more inclusive environment for students with food allergies.
- Learn how school staff can enact a food allergy management plan or policy.
The information presented in this course aligns with the recommended plans, practices, and procedures found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs.
Take FARE’s free course, Keeping Students Safe and Included, and have the additional course materials listed below sent to your inbox.
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Additional Course Materials (sent via email after you sign up to take the course)
PowerPoint Presentation and Presenter Guide – use this non-narrated version of the course, and accompanying presenter guide, to deliver an in-person training to a school near you.
Presentation Tips – review these tips to help prepare for and deliver an engaging presentation.
Food Allergies: Frequently Asked Questions – familiarize yourself with some of the most frequently asked questions about food allergies.
I'm Committed Badge - share this badge on your social media to let others know that you are committed to keeping students with food allergies safe and included.
Use the following correspondence template to share this training course with your local school nurse, teacher, principal or other school personnel.
I’m writing to let you know about Food Allergy Research & Education's (FARE) newly redesigned online training course designed to help school staff and administrators become better prepared to manage students with food allergies and respond to food allergy emergencies.
Today, one in 13 children has food allergies, or roughly two in every classroom. Just 30 years ago, food allergies weren’t even on the radar, but now the numbers are climbing.
In response to this emerging epidemic, FARE, the leading national organization dedicated to food allergy research, education, advocacy, and awareness, developed Keeping Students Safe and Included, an evidence-based training resource that aligns with the CDC’s Voluntary Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies in Schools and Early Care and Education Programs, to help school personnel learn how to create an environment where students with food allergies are safe and included.
You may access the free training course by visiting foodallergy.org/k12.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about managing food allergies in schools and how to best protect and keep students included.