All CLPHP courses (whether delivered online or onsite) have an online component and a dedicated course site. Each course site includes course descriptions, course materials, learner assessments (pre and post tests), course evaluations, and certificates of completion.
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This training course develops the awareness and knowledge of public health workers who may be deployed on Field Epidemiology strike teams. It is designed to help them assist local, regional, state, and national epidemiology staff in disease investigations during surge capacity.Register Online
NOTE: This course is the required pre-requisite for the IFIRST, and IFIRST-2 programs.
Role of Mentorship in Public Health
1 hour online training course addresses the role of mentorship in public health. It reviews the roles and responsibilities of mentors and mentees and provides techniques for maximizing the mentorship experience in public health.Register Online
SMART: Stress Management and Resilience Training
2 hour online program that aims to develop an awareness of stress and stressors associated with response workers, as well as promote strategies to help response workers manage stress and practice self-care to maximize their stress resistance and resilience.Register Online
Public Health Leadership and Systems’ Thinking Program
1-3 hours training program consists of three on-line short courses: 1) Public Health Performance Improvement: Programs and Processes; 2) Public Health Systems, Services, and Practice: Infrastructure and Functions, 3) The Art and Science of Ethical and Effective Public Health Leadership. Participants may take one or more of the courses in any order. To complete the full program, participants must successfully complete all three short courses.Register Online
Healthy Water Summit
This training course provides the basic technical information about healthy swimming pool water basics, waterborne disease epidemiology, inspection priorities, rules and regulations. Register Online
Understanding Compassion Fatigue
This training course is designed to help public health workers, and other professionals on the front lines of bioterrorism defense, combat the potential adverse psychological effects of performing their functional roles and professional responsibilities in bioterrorism preparedness, response and recovery.Register Online
The FAST Foundations program is intended to provide training in the foundational knowledge necessary to effectively deliver Psychological First Aid (PFA) to children, adolescents, adults, and families in the immediate aftermath of disaster. Register Online
Assuring Cultural Competence in Disaster Response
This training course is designed to prepare public health professionals for their functional roles in disaster response by offering culturally competent disaster interventions to survivors, witnesses, and responders of bioterrorism and other major public health threats and community disasters. Register Online
Disaster Recovery (CDC)
Disaster recovery is more than restoration of a community’s physical structures to its pre-disaster conditions. It also provides a continuum of care to meet the needs of affected community members who experienced financial, emotional, or physical hardships. In addition, recovery positions the community to meet the needs of the future. This one hour course will examine the phases of emergency management, the distinct phases of recovery, and the key steps to recovery planning. It will also examine the roles of response partners and offer insight into developing partnerships and collaborative emergency response plans and policies.Register Online
Measuring Resiliency (CDC)
During the past two decades, disaster response and recovery costs have doubled. Community resiliency can help reduce costs associated with disasters and allow communities to recover sooner. This one hour course examines approaches that improve resiliency in communities, such as proper planning, cooperation, and communication. The course also examines how vulnerability affects resilience, along with the factors that cause people and communities to become vulnerable to hazards and risks. Register Online
Sustaining Coalitions (CDC)
Once a community-based disaster coalition has been formed, it is important to make sure the coalition has the essential components to continue serving the community’s needs for years to come. This one hour course will teach strategies and techniques to maintain and sustain a strong community coalition. The course also examines the reasons why coalition sustainability matters and the benefits of sustainability, such as stronger partnerships, better ability to serve the community, and ability to meet long-term goals.
Disaster Behavioral Health Courses
CFAST: FAST with Children
4 hour onsite program that provides public health workers and other professionals the knowledge and skill to effectively deliver initial behavioral health assistance to children and adolescent survivors of disasters.Request Training
RFAST: FAST for Responders
4 hour onsite program that provides public health workers and other professionals with the necessary awareness, knowledge, and skills to promote behavioral health and wellness through individual and team approaches for preventing, mitigating, and managing disaster worker stress and for developing disaster stress resistance and resilience to the negative effects of critical incident stress exposure.Request Training
BFASTplusSN: FAST with Special Needs Populations
4 hour onsite program that provides public health workers and other professionals with the opportunity to develop essential behaviors and skills to effectively deliver Psychological First Aid to disaster survivors who have special needs.Request Training
Field Epidemiology Courses
FIRST: Field Investigator Response and Surveillance Training
8 hour onsite program developed to help public health staff who may be called upon to assist epidemiology staff during a surge capacity event. It is designed to help public health workers develop the abilities needed to assist in epidemiology investigations at times when epidemiology staff are overburdened.Request Training
IFIRST: Intermediate FIRST
16 hour onsite program designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities of public health workers who may be deployed on Field Epidemiology Strike Teams in order to assist local, regional, state, and national epidemiology staff in Gastrointestinal Illness or Avian Influenza disease investigations during surge capacity.Request Training
IFIRST-2: Intermediate FIRST, Part Two
8 hour onsite program that develops the knowledge, skills, and abilities of public health workers and their community partners who may be deployed on Field Epidemiology Strike Teams in Anthrax or Plague disease investigations.Request Training
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However, the following groups may be able to view identifying information (such as, first and last name) under strict confidentiality:
· USF Center for Leadership and Public Health Practice (including the Principal Investigator, training coordinators, evaluators, and other CLPHP office staff)
· Florida Department of Health
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