TRAIN Florida Public Health System Partners
Welcome Public Health System Partners!
What is a Public Health System Partner, do you ask?
The Florida public health system is a collaborative partnership among all public, private, and voluntary entities that contribute to the delivery of essential public health services within the state.
All public, private, and voluntary entities that contribute to the delivery of essential public health services within the state that work independently from the Department, and would like to join TRAIN Florida as an affiliate, will be considered a Public Health System Partner (PHSP).
Click on the tabs below to discover more information about TRAIN Florida and why you should become a PHSP!
- What TRAIN Can Do For You
- TRAIN Benefits
- Join the Community
As a TRAIN learner you can:
Register for online and onsite courses;
Access a personalized transcript;
Obtain certificates for completed trainings
As a TRAIN course provider you can:
Post course information;
Generate and manage course rosters as well as communicate with registrants;
Assign and deliver continuing education credits;
Report on enrollment and analyze participant data
- Saves you money
- Participation is supported by grants and funding from CDC, HRSA, MRC, and VHA
- Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- Access to more than 33,000 public health related courses.
TRAIN is currently comprised of 29 affiliates, which include 25 state agencies and four federal partners - the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Medical Reserve Corps (MRC), the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), and the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).
Together, these affiliates link to the national TRAIN network and form the crux of the TRAIN Community. With over 900,000 registered learners and nearly 4,000 course providers, TRAIN is the go-to workforce development resource for health professionals.