Michigan Public Health Training Center
The Michigan Public Health Training Center (PHTC) seeks to strengthen the current and future public health workforce through continuing education and student development activities. Many of our trainings are offered for certificates of completion or contact hours for nurses, health educators, and others. Learn more about our continuing education opportunities by visiting our Training Gateway.
Please visit our Collaborative Projects section to learn more about our student development activities.
About the Training Center
The Michigan Public Health Training Center (PHTC) is a part of the HRSA-funded Region V Great Lakes Public Health Training Collaborative and the national Public Health Learning Network. We pride ourselves on the quality training we provide nationally to the public health community, drawing upon the expertise of professionals in both academia and the practice setting to deliver relevant content.
The Michigan PHTC is dedicated to supporting our partners with tailored training and interns to support capacity building for continued excellence in practice.
Our approach to workforce development includes:
- Competency-based continuing education
- Providing strategies and training to improve organizational effectiveness
- Developing students through field placements and collaborative projects with faculty and community partners
Courses are available live and on-demand, in person and online. Visit our Training Gateway for a list of current offerings!