Enhance your training and knowledge with the flexibility of online trainings and courses. Courses may allow you to obtain CEU credits. This information is in the course description.

PLEASE NOTE: when registering for any upcoming in person courses – we CANNOT accept paper registration forms or checks for any of our new courses so please do not send any registration forms or payment via mail or fax.

Course Interest Areas:

Emergency Preparedness and Response
Through these online courses public health professionals and volunteers at the state, local, and tribal levels  have immediate access to guidance and information that will assist them in rapidly establishing priorities and undertaking necessary actions during the response to an emergency or disaster.

Environmental Health
Address environmental factors that have potential impact on human health and look as strategies to assess and address those factors.

Health Policy & Management
Provide insights on the management, policy and legal issues surrounding public health practices in the United States.

Public Health Sciences and Research
Offers basic information about areas of public health science (including, but not limited to biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health sciences, and social and behavioral health sciences)

Maternal and Child Health
Interdisciplinary field that seeks answers for the complex health considerations relating to women, pregnancy, reproduction, and infant and child well being.

Occupational Health and Safety
Assuring safe and healthy work environments for all workers by reducing workplace injury and illness.

Public Health Practice and Skills
Explore the intersection of public health management and supervising people.

Additional Trainings:

If you have any questions, contact the registrar at, 612-626-4515 or toll-free at 800-493-2060.

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