The following training courses are available online or in-person from CDC/ATSDR and partners.
CDC/ATSDR Training Opportunities
Check back for more information as trainings become available.
Partner Training Opportunities
Call for Applications—National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health
The application for the National Leadership Academy for the Public’s Health (NLAPH) 2014 cohort is now available. The program develops advanced leadership skills through a series of webinars, a national retreat, coaching support from national experts, peer networking, and more. These leadership skills are further refined through the experiential learning of an applied health leadership project which seeks to improve population health. NLAPH is implemented by the Center of Health Leadership and Practice, a center of the Public Health Institute. All applications must be submitted by November 26, 2013 by 5 pm PST. Team selections will be announced by December 20. The one-year program will begin January 21, 2014.
The University of Washington School of Nursing has developed a series of online tribal training lectures focused on successful grant writing. Sessions include
- Writing the Successful Proposal
- Organizing for Proposal Development
- Writing Goals and Objectives and Linking to the Time Line
- Statement of Need and Literature Review
- Methods Proposal Development Training
- Preparing the Proposal Budget
New training sessions are being developed through a partnership with the Suquamish Tribe (WA) and will be posted once they are available.
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