Association of Diabetes Care & Education Specialists

Diabetes Prevention

Training for your staff who work with people with prediabetes

ADCES is accredited by Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education. This means ADCES continuing education activities are accredited for multiple professions including physicians (ACCME), nurses (ANCC), pharmacists (ACPE), dietitians (CDR) and PAs (AAPA) so your care team can earn important credits towards their respective licensures.

ADCES trainings can be delivered through various methods to meet your staff education goals.

Education Formats

  • Custom Webinars

  • In-Person Training

  • Virtual Training

Most popular ADCES trainings:

NEW! Person-Centered Care for Individuals who have Higher Weight Certificate Program
Educate the entire diabetes care team on best practices to provide non-stigmatizing care for higher weight individuals with diabetes. 

The Art of Telehealth Certificate Program
Gain insight into how skillfully delivering virtual care offers many benefits to your practice and clients. 

Building Your Diabetes Prevention Program (capacity 50 participants)
Understand the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program supplier application process, master practical marketing tools and complete a personalized DPP Provider Readiness Assessment to develop your own program while maximizing reimbursement opportunities.

Advanced Building Your Diabetes Prevention Program (capacity 50 participants)
Elevate your diabetes prevention program to extend your reach within your community. 

Lifestyle Coach Training (capacity 16 participants)
Gain the knowledge, skills, and experience to deliver a successful National Diabetes Prevention Program at your site. 

Advanced Lifestyle Coach Training (capacity 50 participants)
Experienced lifestyle coaches will learn new strategies to engage participants, retain them through the year-long program, and promote positive behavior change to support the continued success of their participants and their programs.

Motivational Interviewing Workshop (capacity 24 participants)
Build the person-centered skills required to foster effective individual and group conversations around topics like goal setting and behavior change.