Through policy, programs, and training, NNPHI supports public health professionals charged with the critical work of assuring the nation’s health in a rapidly shifting social, political, and economic landscape.
The National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training (NCCPHT) is a team of innovative leaders at the core of a dynamic ecosystem dedicated to strengthening the nation’s public health workforce.
The mission of the National Coordinating Center for Public Health Training at NNPHI is to advance and support capacity building, increased competency, and performance improvement of the nation’s current and future public health workforce.
The NCCPHT envisions a capable, multidisciplinary, public health workforce that is reflective of the communities it serves and has access to the resources, tools, and training needed to advance health and racial equity and to improve the health of all people.
We advance and support capacity, competency, quality, and equity in the following ways:
- Communities of Practice
- Technical Assistance
- Public Health Learning Navigator
- Learning Pathways
- NCCPHT Digest
- Racial Justice Competency Model
- Public Health Training Centers
- Public Health Institutes
- Health Departments
- Community-based organizations & other nonprofits
- National associations and nonprofits