There are a number of centers and institutes at the Bloomberg School that offer trainings, capacity building programs, and workshops for professionals to enhance their skills.
Some examples of our professional trainings include:
- 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 Center for Public Health 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 American Indian Health provides opportunities to learn about American Indian health through certificate programs and other professional development activities.
- 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 Alternatives to Animal Testing manages several workshops, both in the United States and internationally, for professionals throughout the year.
- The Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health offers a variety of humanitarian health courses, degrees and certificates.
Several short-term, intensive Institutes run by Bloomberg School departments provide opportunities to study in places like Baltimore, Barcelona and Washington, DC.