The Bloomberg School gives students the flexibility to participate in several training programs online—from anywhere in the world.
Some examples of online trainings here at the Bloomberg School are listed below.
- TRAMS is a training program specifically designed for the public health workforce. With a TRAMS account, you are able to participate in online training programs on a wide variety of public health topics. Registration is free.
- The MidAtlantic Public Health Training Center works to develop the existing public health workforce so that they can improve the infrastructure of public health systems in Maryland, Delaware and DC.
- The Johns Hopkins Preparedness and Emergency Response Learning Center trains public health workers to respond to emergencies, offering three levels of training that meet the requirements for the National Incident Management System.
- The Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health offers short courses that prepare professionals for changing regulations and compliance issues.
There are also a number of centers and institutes at the Bloomberg School that offer online trainings, capacity building programs and workshops for professionals.
Centers That Offer Online Training
- The Johns Hopkins Institute for Global Tobacco Control manages leadership programs, a certificate program and other regional trainings focused on subjects in global tobacco.
- The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs offers workshops throughout the year that address the growing health communication needs around the world.
- The Johns Hopkins Center for Refugee and Disaster Response offers a variety of humanitarian health courses, degrees and certificates.
If you have further questions about the online training opportunities offered at the Bloomberg School, contact the Admissions Office. You can also explore the face-to-face trainings available at the school.