As telebehavioral health continues to advance and become part of routine care, there is a need to develop effective training methods. While a consensus on how to best train telebehavioral health has not yet been achieved, this commentary will describe how evidence-based implementation strategies were used to develop a framework to create and implement a telebehavioral health training program that is relevant and enduring for a given audience. Evidence-based implementation strategies included the PARiHS criteria which were used to organize the project. Re-AIM criteria was used to organize chosen outcome measures. Important partnerships were formed to help support infrastructure as well as regional and national reach. A series of Plan-Do-Study-Act loops were used to inform progressive training series. Since April 2020, the Behavioral Health Institute has developed and offered 6 unique telebehavioral health training series, employing both webinar and online formats, and addressing core components as well as more advanced concepts. These series have provided over 19,100 accredited continuing education hours of training through June 2022, to almost 3000 unique learners via webinar and nearly 6800 unique online learners, across 45 states. Evaluations rated these trainings as high quality, relevant, and that material would likely be implemented. Feedback from attendees was considered vital in series planning. This commentary discusses how evidence-based implementation strategies can be used to create a framework upon which to base a training program for health care providers. An example is given on how this framework was used to create successful, relevant, and enduring telebehavioral health training.