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EHS e-Learning

This page links to EHS e-learning resources. A list that includes traditional training resources is available on our EH Workforce Development Training page.

Screen shot from training module of simulated interview with food worker.

Virtual training of simulated interview with food worker.

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Environmental Assessment of Foodborne Illness Outbreaks – e-Learning course on how to use a systems approach in foodborne illness outbreak environmental assessments; participants learn how to investigate foodborne illness outbreaks as part of a response team, identify an outbreak’s environmental causes, and recommend appropriate control measures

Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response (EHTER) – ten modules that focus on key environmental health issues and challenges for emergency response

Environmental Public Health Online Courses (EPHOC) – a comprehensive online/on-demand package of courses for environmental public health practitioners

Essential Services of Environmental Health CD-ROM [PDF - 823 KB] – CD-ROM training program to help environmental health programs fully integrate the essential services concepts into their own operations through a flexible workshop format [continuing education credits available]

Integrated Pest Management (IPM) – EHS-sponsored training courses and information about IPM

Swimming Pool Inspectors Interactive Training CD-ROM – tool to use as training new environmental health personnel and as a review for experienced staff

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry Education and Training – ATSDR environmental public health training (in-class courses and distance learning)

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC Learning Connection – free environmental health learning products including e-learning, podcasts, text-based, and Webcasts

CDC TRAIN – access to learning products for the public health community

Epi Computer-Based Case Studies – free computer-based case studies to teach epidemiologic principles and practices

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Links to information from outside CDC

Ask SPHERE – clearinghouse of public health training programs, materials, and resources based at the Southeast Public Health Training Center

Environmental Health Primer – free e-Learning resource from the National Association of County and City Health Officials provides an overview of environmental public health plus modules on climate change, community environmental health assessments, the Environmental Public Health Performance Standards, and working with the media

EQUIPh Toolkit – NACCHO's online exchange for public health preparedness resources developed by local public health departments, academic institutions and governmental agencies

FDA Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA U) Training Courses and Materials – provides high-quality learning opportunities through the delivery of timely and cost-effective learning products

Geolibrary.org – Global Environmental and Occupational Health E-Library of training materials and practice tools [developed by the University of Illinois at Chicago with funding from the EHS capacity-building program]

Mosquitoes and You: West Nile Virus Training for Elementary School Students (Volusia County Health Department, Florida) – multimedia training program with age-appropriate games, videos, workbooks K-2 [PDF - 1.3 MB]; 3-5 [PDF - 1.7 MB] and includes a teacher's manual [PDF - 907 KB] [developed in collaboration with the Volusia County Health Department]

NEHA e-Learning – National Environmental Health Association's (NEHA) online EH continuing education courses

Northwest Center for Public Health Practice – online and CD-ROM courses, learning modules, and exercises to meet the training and development needs of the public health workforce

Public Health Foundation TRAIN – free searchable database to help public health professionals find distance-learning opportunities

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