CDC Work@Health® Get Involved
There are three basic ways to get involved with the Work@Health® program: employer training and technical assistance, train-the-trainer workshops or as an official Work@Health® Wellness Champion. The Work@Health® program was designed to train U.S. employers and other participants how to establish, expand and improve science- and practice-based health promotion strategies that would lead to specific, measurable means to reduce chronic disease rates in the worksite.
Work@Health® Train-the-Trainer (certified) training provides participants with the knowledge and tools to train employers how to promote good health in their worksites to prevent or reduce chronic illness and disability, thereby improving productivity and the competitiveness of employers participating in this training program.
Work@Health® Wellness Champions are organizations and/or employers that have demonstrated a commitment to promoting the Work@Health® program within their respective networks. Recognized Work@Health® Wellness Champions will use their networks and contacts to promote the Work@Health® program to potential employers and professionals with an interest in becoming Work@Health® certified trainers.These organizations include:
- Health departments
- Business coalitions
- Professional associations
- Public health‐based non‐profits
- Trade associations
To become a Work@Health® Wellness Champion, click here.
Work@Health® is currently accepting applications. If you are an employer and would like to participate in training and technical assistance, click here to apply. To apply for the Train-the-Trainer program, click here.
- Page last reviewed: June 29, 2015
- Page last updated: June 29, 2015
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