Volunteer Training

Program Contact: Melanie Owens, 4-H Coordinator
(509) 524-2685 • wallawalla.4h@wsu.edu

The following online training courses are required to be completed by all Walla Walla County 4-H Leaders: Volunteer E-Learning Modules and Put the Child First

Go to: http://extension.wsu.edu/4h/for-volunteers/volunteer-training/ for more information on how to complete these online courses.

Please print all certificates of completion at the end of each course and turn in to the Walla Walla WSU Extension Office.

ALL 4-H Leaders leading Food Preservation must complete Preserve The Taste of Summer training course in order to enroll in this project.

The training series emphasizes best practices for food preservation and safety. It is designed for beginning and veteran canners who want to update their knowledge and skills. The lessons provide the most current USDA-approved food preservation recommendations. Topics include food safety, the basics of canning and information on specific food preservation methods, including pressure canning, boiling water bath canning, freezing and drying, as well as making fruit spreads and pickled foods. A certificate of completion is provided at the end of the course. Please print and turn this in to the Walla Walla WSU Extension Office.

To take the online course, visit http://preservesummer.cahnrs.wsu.edu to register for the series. To participate, you will need a computer manufactured in the last five years and have a stable internet connection. The cost of the series is $25.00.

Additional Training Material and Resources:

4-H Conflict Management Policy

Conflict Resolution Techniques

Child Abuse Information

Protecting Abused & Neglected Children