Your Source for Online Public Health Training
The Arnold School of Public Health’s Training and Workforce Development site is your source for online public health training and workforce development learning resources. Check out a few of our courses below or click the view all courses button to see all the courses we offer.
This online and self-paced course provides a comprehensive overview of Evidence-Based Public Health. It teaches participants the steps for impactful program planning and evaluation that are based on sound scientific data.
This course provides a comprehensive overview of public health from its historical roots to defining what public health is today. It also teaches participants how governmental public health agencies are organized.
This course provides an overview of issues surrounding advocacy and policy development. Specifically, it examines how to apply advocacy and agenda setting principles in public policy making.
The Community Engagement course focuses on community engagement in the community health assessment process. Particular emphasis is placed on using the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) model with the County Health Rankings and Roadmap.
The Financial Management course examines the financing of Public Health and the underlying issues that influence resource availability on the federal, state and local levels — including an overview of the grant writing process.
Welcome to Data Skills for Public Health. This course covers data sources, common epidemiology designs, validity and the reliability of data. It is completely online and self paced.
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