Training for Public Health Professionals

As the science and practice of keeping the public safe and healthy changes, having a wide range of up-to-date trainings enhances the public health system's ability to improve community health.

Community Health Worker Training

The goal of this FREE eight-week training is to improve the competencies of Community Health Workers across the state of Washington. Participants enjoy the combination of two in-person days wrapped around 6 weeks of online learning. This training will strengthen common skills, knowledge, and abilities of the Community Health Worker. Learn more about Community Health Workers. Register for Training.

Inserting Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC) Immediately After Childbirth

This course addresses the indications for insertion of intrauterine and subdermal contraception immediately following childbirth. Participants will view a video demonstration showcasing correct postpartum IUD (PPIUD) insertion technique. They will learn best practices for insertion and managing complications. This training offers participants knowledge and resources to enable them to provide an important option for their clients. Register for Training.

Learning Management System (LMS) for Public Health Professionals

The Department of Enterprise Service Learning Management System (LMS) is available to Washington State Public Health Professionals. Access is provided to Washington State Governmental Public Health (Department of Health, Local Health Jurisdiction and Tribes). Other requests are approved on an individual basis.

Performance Management Centers for Excellence Trainings

Designed for busy public health professionals, our trainings cover a variety of performance management topics, including public health standards, national accreditation, and quality improvement.

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