Implement 5210

 

REVIEW

To get started, the point of contact, or POC, should be familiar with the available materials, specifically the Implementation Guide and Toolkits.  These tools will help the POC be prepared to understand, answer questions, and implement 5210.  The POC is responsible for implementing the campaign throughout the installation or community and should be the local subject matter expert.  The POC can reach out to us at 5210@psu.edu for assistance when needed.

Implementation Guide

The Implementation Guide is a helpful tool for the POC who will be implementing the campaign on their installation or in their community. The Guide is available for download after watching the first training module, and should be printed and referred to throughout the implementation of the campaign. To watch the first module click here.  For more information on implementing the 5210 campaign, please contact us at 5210@psu.edu.

Toolkits

The toolkits can be used by both military and civilian communities to help promote the 5210 health messaging campaign.  These have been developed for 15 venues typically found in a community.  They can be downloaded as a complete toolkit, by venue, or by individual pdf.  Visit the toolkits page to learn more!


TRAIN

After reviewing the Implementation Guide and the Toolkits, it is now time to complete the POC training modules so that you will be ready to implement the 5210 campaign at your installation or in your community!

Training Modules

The seven training modules have been developed to help prepare the POC for implementation of the 5210 health messaging campaign. Parallel trainings have been created for the military communities and civilian communities.

In addition to the Introduction module, there are seven modules that will lead the POC through a step by step process to successfully implement the 5210 campaign.  This guidance includes details like identifying the make-up of the target community, printing and ordering materials, and implementing, maintaining, and sustaining the campaign.  After completing the training modules, you will be ready to move to Step 3 (Implement) detailed below.

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Introduction Module: Welcome and Overview of the Training Process
This brief module will provide you with an overview of the training process.
Module 1: What does 5210 mean?
This training module will help you understand what 5210 means. It corresponds to the first section of your Implementation Guide.

Module 2: What is 5210 Healthy Military Children?
This training module will help you understand what the 5210 Healthy Military Children health messaging campaign is all about.

Module 3: Why Implement 5210?
This training module will help you understand why this health messaging campaign is so important.

Module 4: How to Implement 5210: Identifying Venues
This training module will help you identify the specific venues in your community where you will implement 5210 Healthy Military Children.

Module 5: How to Implement 5210: Ordering Materials
This training module will help you prepare to order materials for your venues.

Module 6: How to Implement 5210: Preparing and Distributing Materials
This training module will help you prepare and distribute materials for your venues.

Module 7: How to Implement 5210: Prompting and Sustaining the Campaign Over Time
This final training module will help you make your campaign successful in the long-term.

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IMPLEMENT

What’s great about the 5210 health messaging campaign materials? They are FREE! All of the materials needed to implement the campaign can be downloaded at no cost. Resources include toolkits for both military and civilian communities, certification, monthly boosters, posters and more! Visit the Promote page to get started, or click the items below to learn more!

TOOLKITS

MONTHLY BOOSTERS

POSTERS

PROMOTIONAL WORKSHEETS