Supporting health departments and the growing number of COVID-19 contact tracers, the Public Health Foundation (PHF) is developing robust and customized contact tracing curriculums for health departments, at no cost and taking little agency time.
Specific to your health department’s needs, PHF will combine contact tracing training from TRAIN Learning Network partners (such as the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Johns Hopkins University, the Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, and others) with additional training content, guidance documents, scripts, and other resources your agency requests us to include. Your contact tracers will access one learning platform to take training and access all documents and resources, which enables you to track and report on their progress.
You can preview a contact tracing curriculum adapted from the CDC Foundation COVID-19 Corps by clicking here or watch the short video below to see an example of the type of training package you can receive and learn more about the service.
Interested in a customized contact tracing curriculum for your health department? Fill out this quick and easy form, or contact Ilya Plotkin (firstname.lastname@example.org), and let us take care of the rest. The CDC Foundation is helping to support this contact tracing training through a grant.
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