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Develop and Implement a Successful Workforce Development Plan at APHA 2012 Workshop
Looking to develop a workforce development plan for your organization? Interested in meeting Public Health Accreditation Board workforce standards? This interactive session at APHA 2012 will help you
understand key elements of a workforce development plan, develop strategies to implement your plan, and find resources that are available to assist you with the implementation of your strategies.
Find Out How to Do More With Less Using TRAIN at APHA 2012 Session
Participate in this roundtable discussion
at APHA 2012, which will focus on how TRAIN is being utilized by local, state, and federal organizations to provide competency-based training, learning information, resources, and training programs to meet public health needs.
Learn About Competency-Based Training and TRAIN at the 2012 Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) Annual Meeting
Build your health education plan with competency-based resources that are conveniently integrated into the TRAIN learning management system. Learn more about the importance of the Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals and get your questions answered on how to get started at this SOPHE 2012 session on the future of public health education and promotion
Get Ready for the 2013 "I'm Your Community Guide!"Contest: Coming Soon
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