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Search over 400 competency-based online trainings and other learning materials to find resources for building knowledge and skills in emergency preparedness and response.
Most courses can be accessed through TRAIN, the nation’s largest resource for public health learners. All materials were developed or revised by the PERLCs between 2010 and 2015.
You may also browse curated training bundles addressing the 15 PHEP capabilities and other select topic areas.
|Community Health Workers: Family Emergency Preparedness||Public Health Preparedness Basics||Online Course||Community Preparedness||1 hour|
|Community Health Workers: Helping Individuals with Access and Functional Needs Prepare for Emergencies||Vulnerable Populations||Online Course||Community Preparedness, Community Recovery, Emergency Public Information and Warning, Information Sharing||1.5 hours|
|Community Health Workers: Infection Control||Infectious Disease & Immunization||Online Course||Community Preparedness||1 hour|
|Community Health Workers: Introduction to Community Health||Public Health Preparedness Basics||Online Course||Community Preparedness||30 minutes|
|Community Health Workers: Introduction to Community Leadership||Leadership & Management||Online Course||Community Preparedness||1 hour|
|Community Health Workers: Mental Health in Disasters||Mental Health||Online Course||Community Preparedness, Community Recovery, Responder Safety and Health||2 hours|
|Community Partnering: A Risk Assessment and Emergency Operations Planning Scenario||Emergency Management||Online Course||Community Preparedness||1 hour|
|Community Recovery: Volunteer Management During Disasters||Volunteer Management||Online Course||Community Recovery, Volunteer Management||1 hour|
|Conducting Environmental Health Assessments||Environmental Health||Informational Brief||Public Health Surveillance and Epidemiological Investigation||40 minutes|
|Conducting Traceback Investigations||Epidemiology & Surveillance||Informational Brief||Public Health Surveillance and Epidemiological Investigation||40 minutes|