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Training Plans and Curriculum Development

Training plans provide public health organizations with a roadmap for increasing organizational capacity.

Training Plans and Curriculum

Training plans provide public health organizations with a roadmap for increasing organizational capacity. To meet Public Health Accreditation Standards, a plan should include training schedules and a description of the material or topics the trainings will address.

For more information about training plans and curriculum development, see the selection of resources below.

Training Plans
Columbus Public Health Training Curriculum Plan
Columbus Public Health has a training curriculum plan that can be used as an example.

Tracking Training
Public Health Foundation TRAIN
The Public Health Foundation’s Learning Management Network, TRAIN, houses over 29,000 trainings. The system allows users to track completed trainings and create training plans.

Curriculum Development
Public Health Foundation Competency-To-Curriculum Toolkit
This toolkit provides guidelines for creating training curriculum to ensure a competent public health workforce.

NWCPHP Effective Adult Learning: A Toolkit for Teaching Adults
NWCPHP collaborated with the Network for Public Health Law to create a toolkit that outlines the principles of adult education for those who lead trainings, from conference workshops to seminars.

Public Health Competency Sets
Learn about skill sets for building training.

Evaluation
NWCPHP Effective Evaluation: A Toolkit for Evaluating Presentations and Trainings
Evaluating training helps determine its effectiveness. This toolkit provides a framework for conducting an evaluation of trainings and presentations.