CDC Learning Connection
Are you a member of the public health community?
The public health community includes all organizations and individuals who work to improve public health: private and public, technical and non-technical, internal and external to CDC. If you are a member, the CDC Learning Connection (CDC LC) can help you increase your public health knowledge and skills and help meet your professional development needs.
The CDC LC provides an online gateway to quality training for the public health community through a single point of entry. The Internet site features quality e-learning, a monthly spotlight on timely public health topics, and its newest addition, CDC TRAIN, a public health learning management system (LMS).
Through collaboration with the Public Health Foundation, CDC TRAIN provides free access to learning products for the public health community. With more than 3,800 nationally recognized course providers and over 22,500 courses, TRAIN National maintains the most comprehensive searchable catalog of learning products available to the public health community. Together, the CDC LC and CDC TRAIN offer an efficient, organized approach to acquire public health training.
- Access learning resources — including continuing education courses — 24/7
- Use tools to provide feedback through course ratings and discussion boards
- Manage professional development through a transcript function
Course providers can
- List courses at no cost
- Publicize courses to over 464,000 registrants
- Create learner impact assessments
- Collect feedback from learners
- Generate customized reports
Public and private organizations that deliver training related to public health can become course providers on TRAIN National.
Visit the CDC Learning Connection at http://www.cdc.gov/learning.
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- Page last reviewed: September 26, 2011
- Page last updated: September 26, 2011
- Content source:
- Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs
- Page maintained by: Office of the Associate Director for Communication, Digital Media Branch, Division of Public Affairs