As the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT), the National Network of Public Health Institutes is a collaborative leader and facilitator of the Public Health Learning Network (PHLN), the nation’s most comprehensive system of public health educators, experts, and thought leaders. Together with our partners in the PHLN, the Regional Public Health Training Centers, we aim to advance public health practice and improve population health in the United States.
Throughout the country there are 10 Regional Public Health Training Centers. From Boston to Arizona, from Louisiana to Washington State, each training center contributes expertise in developing skills-based learning opportunities for the public health workforce. Together they make up the nation’s most comprehensive source of public health training and support.
The Regional Public Health Training Centers
Meet the ten training centers that bring decades of experience to bear on building the leadership, managerial, scientific, and technical competencies of the public health workforce. On that foundation, our alliance and collective engagement help us achieve economies of scale, while ensuring our training is immediately relevant and accessible to public health professionals.