The Bloomberg School gives students the flexibility to participate in online training programs—from anywhere in the world.
There are a number of centers and institutes at the Bloomberg School that offer online trainings, capacity building programs and workshops for professionals. Some examples of online trainings available through the Bloomberg School are listed below.
- 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 Center for Public Health Preparedness provides training and technical assistance to the public health workforce on all-hazards emergency preparedness and response activities.
- The Johns Hopkins Education and Research Center for Occupational Safety and Health offers short courses that prepare professionals for changing regulations and compliance issues.
- 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.
- The Johns Hopkins International Injury Research Unit offers both for-credit and non-credit courses, including the non-credit online certificate program "Road Traffic Injury Prevention and Control in Low- and Middle-Income Countries" for health professionals, researchers and educators, among others.
If you have further questions about the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School's online training opportunities contact the Admissions Office. You can also explore the professional trainings available at the school.