Center for Public Health Workforce Development
The Rutgers School of Public Health has a robust continuing education and workforce development program. We provide programs, training, and technical assistance that supports the professional development of the public health workforce. Increasing the capacity of the public health workforce continues to be our primary mission. Our programs provide knowledge and skills to public health professionals and provide pathways for organizations to increase their capacity to engage in solutions to public health issues.
The Rutgers School of Public Health's Center for Public Health Workforce Development welcomes nearly 3,000 professionals to their training facility annually. Offering 250 continuing education short-courses that address topics such as asbestos, lead, hazardous waste, occupational safety, environmental health, air pollution, and other important public health topics. Students may select one-hour seminars to full 40-hour sessions on the subjects listed in the center's catalog. The courses are held in modern classrooms and a hands-on workshop room or remotely. The classes, instructed by experts in their fields, are structured to be small enough to allow active discussion and personal attention, yet large enough to provide a diversified group of participants.
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