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Four-part Grant Writing Series from NYSACHO

The New York State Association of County Health Officials (NYSACHO) recently hosted a Grant Writing Webinar Series, designed for local health departments to support them in applying for grant opportunities. This four-webinar series covers effective grant seeking strategies, tips for successfully applying to grants from SAMHSA, HRSA, and foundation funders. Each webinar is approximately 60-minutes.

  • Enroll in LMS Course: NYSACHO-GRANT-1
    • Grant Writing Webinar #1: Effective Grant Seeking Strategies to Build Impactful Programs
  • Enroll in LMS Course: NYSACHO-GRANT-2
    • Grant Writing Webinar #2: Successful Grant Seeking Strategies for SAMHSA Grants
  • Enroll in LMS Course: NYSACHO-GRANT-3

Grant Writing Webinar #3: How to Win Funding from HRSA

  • Grant Writing Webinar #4: Successful Strategies for Attaining Foundation Grants


Region 2 PHTC Self-Directed Strategic Skills Modules

New Strategic Skills Modules from Region 2 Public Health Training Center 

Reg2PHTC-Systems Thinking - Strategic Skills Training Series: ​Introduction to Systems Thinking​

Reg2PHTC-Persuasive Communication - Strategic Skills Training Series: Introduction to Persuasive Communication​

Reg2PHTC-Change Management - Strategic Skills Training Series: Introduction to Change Management​

Reg2PHTC-Change Leadership Change Management: How Leadership can Support Staff during Crises​

Reg2PHTC-Childhood Obesity - A Systems Approach to Understanding Childhood Obesity​

Reg2PHTC-Collaboration How To Assess Your Audience to Build Better Collaboration​

Reg2PHTC-Policy Engagement Strategic Skills Training Series: Introduction to Policy Engagement​

Reg2PHTC-Policy Systems Problem Identification in the Policy Process and How Systems Thinking Fits In​

Reg2PHTC-Marketing Reducing Obesity and Diet-Related Diseases by Limiting Predatory Marketing of Unhealthy Food



NYSDOH-COVID-19-POD Operations Training for POD Staff

How to Enroll in and complete NYSDOH-COVID-19-POD

  1. You must be registered with the NYLearnsPH.com LMS and logged-in to proceed.
  2. Click here to enroll in NYSDOH-COVID-19-POD
  3. Click the orange "Enroll" button.
  4. Go to Home or My Courses and click the orange "Launch Course" button.
  5. A new browser tab will open, it will be called "SCORM Player".
  6. Use the navigation buttons [<] [>] at the bottom of the player to advance through the course.
  7. As you advance through the course the progress bar to the right of the navigation buttons will turn from dark gray to light gray as you complete the course. You will also see checkmarks appear to the right of each chapter name in the "Table of Contents" (to the left of the content).
  8. Once you have a checkmark next to all of the "chapters" in the "Table of Contents" AND there is no dark gray at the right end of the progress bar, then you are ready to close out of the SCORM Player by following these steps:
    1. Click on the white "X" to the right of the progress bar.  
    2. If a dialog box appears, and asks if you want to leave the page, click "No" or "Cancel".
    3. Go to the top of your browser and close the "SCORM Player" tab,
    4. If another dialog box appears and asks if you want to leave the page, click “Yes” or “Continue” or “Leave Page”.
  9. The course should no longer appear in your list of Current Courses on your home page.
  10. To Access Your Certificate: Go to My Courses > Completed Courses > View Certificate. You will need Adobe Reader to view and print the PDF certificates.
  11. It is preferable to view these courses in Chrome, FireFox, or Safari. MS Edge works on occasion.


Region 2 PHTC Log-in 2Learn Series

Log-In2Learn: Flourishing through Adversity: How Can Stress and Emotional Experiences Make Us Resilient and Avoid Burnout

Sponsored by Region 2 Public Health Training Center

Recorded February 6, 2024

Enroll in LMS Course: Reg2PHTC-L2L202402


Log-In2Learn: Enumerating and Understanding New York's Local Public Health Workforce

Sponsored by Region 2 Public Health Training Center

Recorded January 9, 2024

Enroll in LMS Course: Reg2PHTC-L2L202401


Log-in2Learn: Mental Health in Rural New York: Findings and Implications of a Listening Tour with Residents and Professionals

Sponsored by Region 2 Public Health Training Center

Recorded December 5, 2023

Enroll in LMS Course: Reg2PHTC-L2L202312


Log-in2Learn: Building Skills for Public Health Leaders: Lessons Learned from the Advancing Leadership in Times of Crisis Program

Sponsored by Region 2 Public Health Training Center

Recorded November 14, 2023

Enroll in LMS Course: Reg2PHTC-L2L202311


Log-in2Learn: Navigating the Path to a Culture of Healing: How Trauma-Informed Care Provides a Blueprint for The Well-Being of PH Professionals & the Communities they Serve. 

Sponsored by Region 2 PHTC

Recorded October 5, 2023

Enroll in LMS Course: Reg2PHTC-L2L202310



New two-part introductory series to the Collective Impact framework.

Reg2PHTC-CI1, Collective Impact Part 1: Common Agenda and Shared Measures


Reg2PHTC-CI2, Collective Impact Part 2: Mutually Reinforcing Activities, Continuous Communication, and Backbone Support



NYSDOH Course on Confidentiality Available

Search Course Catalog or click for: NYSDOH-CONF100

Click on course name in results and then click to enroll.

This training will help you understand how to ensure confidentiality and privacy in the course of your daily work at the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH). Intended to build on the mandated course Privacy and Security of Health Information in New York State, this course discusses NYS' policies and procedures, including those in the NYSDOH Administrative Policy and Procedure Manual (APPM), as well as other policy and practices, both written and unwritten, that help ensure you maintain confidentiality and privacy relevant to your work at NYSDOH.


The training should take no more than 30-45 minutes.

Upon completion, you will be able to:

· Describe the types of confidential data and information at NYSDOH.   

· Describe ways that confidentiality could be breached.

· Apply public health confidentiality concepts and principles to case scenarios.   

· List confidentiality best practices in and outside of the workplace.


This courses was created with support from:

• HRSA Region 2 Public Health Training Center  at Columbia Mailman School of Public Health (SPH)

• UAlbany SPH –Center for Public Health Continuing Education

• New York State Department of Health

•  Some course content was used with permission of NYS Governor’s  Office of Employee Relations from the “Privacy and Security of Health Information in New York State" course.




FEMA Independent Study Courses


FEMA IS-100.C: Introduction to Incident Command System
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FEMA IS-120.C: Introduction to Exercises
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FEMA IS-130.A: Exercise Evaluation and Improvement Planning
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FEMA IS-200.C: Incident Command Systems for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
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FEMA IS-700.B: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
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FEMA IS-703.B: NIMS Resource Management
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FEMA IS-706: NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid - An Introduction
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FEMA IS-800.D: A National Response Framework (NRF), An Introduction
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FEMA IS-802.A:Emergency Support Functions Communications
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FEMA IS-907:Active Shooter: What You Can Do

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