Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists

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Train your staff

ADCES has partnered with healthcare organizations and state and local health departments in over 39 states to meet staff training goals. Through personalized consultations, customized programming, various learning modalities and administrative reporting to track completion progress, ADCES delivers comprehensive diabetes education and prevention learning opportunities.

ADCES helps you successfully achieve goals such as:

  • Enhancing diabetes care, education and prevention knowledge and skills. 
  • Bridging the knowledge gap between team members
  • Investing in staff development
  • Providing in-house CE/CME

Click on a training topic based on your staff needs:




How Will ADCES Help Your Team?

“We chose ADCES training because it is evidenced based, and the self-study approach allowed for flexibility for our nurses' busy schedules.”

Amy Wahl MS, RD, CDN, CDCES
Diabetes & Nutrition Services Program Leader
Hudson Healthwaters Health Network, Queensbury, New York

“ADCES provides top-notch education and excellent customer service. Their educational offerings met our needs and their staff provided us with the tools we needed to make our DPP Lifestyle Coach Training and DSMES Building Your Diabetes Education Program training programs successful.”

Lainey Faulkner, CPTA
Community-Clinical Linkages Program Manager
Bureau of Health Promotion, Kansas Department of Health & Environment

“We have worked with ADCES on previous projects and will continue to work with them every chance we get. Not only are they extremely knowledgeable and engaging as speakers but the staff make putting together a webinar series a breeze!” 

Megan Williams
Public Health Initiatives Manager
Illinois Primary Health Care Association, Springfield, IL

“ADCES has been easy to work with and has provided top-notch education to our participants. They are always willing to answer any questions and help provide support to participants to establish successful programs. Having these types of trainings is critical to help provide more programs to our population to help address the prevalence of diabetes.”

Abby Radcliffe
Director, Small and Rural Constituency Section, Membership & Education
Illinois Health and Hospital Association, Springfield, IL