Welcome to Michigan Public Health Training Center


Stay Current, Stay Connected

“Stay Connected, Stay Current” - Alumni Engagement

You’ve invested your time, money and hard work getting your professional degree. You want to keep that investment up to date.

Featured Affiliate

The American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association (ANA), provides the gold standard in credentialing for healthcare organizations and nurses in specialty practice areas. Official ANCC recognition translates into rewarding practice environments for nurses and high-quality care for patients.

A Closer Look

Career Advancement

The Michigan Public Health Training Center offers opportunities for course participants to gain Certificates of Competency and Continuing Education Credits for nursing, social work, and health eduction specialist fields.

The Michigan PHTC

MPHTC serves the entire public health system in Michigan working to foster effective collaboration across six sectors: government, community, healthcare providers, academia, business, and the media. To that end, MPHTC works with a variety of partner and affiliate organizations.


In support of the Flint, MI community during the ongoing water crisis, there have been a number of responses at the University of Michigan and beyond. Please see the links below for more information about specific activities.

Michigan Public Health Training Center

2015 National Legionella Guidelines (Live Webcast, February 17, 2016)

Public Health Nurses & Healthy Homes (Live Webcast, April 4, 2016, Details to follow)

University of Michigan School of Public Health

What Partners Are Saying

Washtenaw County Public Health has benefited greatly from our work with the Office of Public Health Practice. We have partnered in many ways over the years, working with students and faculty on important community projects. Most recently, we piloted the new Board of Health training series. Our Board of Health is newly established, and the training series was the perfect way to provide our new board members with an orientation to public health practice and to their new roles as board members.

Ellen Rabinowitz, Health Officer
Washtenaw County Public Health
Ypsilanti, Michigan

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Training FAQ

New to our website? Here are a few things to know about our training process:

  • Many of our trainings are offered with a certificate of completion or continuing education credit. We process completions approximately every other week, and it may take 2-4 weeks to receive your certificate and be marked as complete.
  • Are you an instructor thinking about including our trainings in your course curriculum? Please let us know ahead of time so that we can process your students’ completions in a timely manner.
  • We report our CHES trainees to NCHEC on a quarterly basis in January, April, July, and October. If your renewal cycle is between those months, you may need to submit your certificates directly to NCHEC.

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