NCIPH Courses

NCIPH offers year-round workshops and trainings for public health leaders and staff.

At NCIPH, we value our role in shaping the professional education and leadership development of the local, state and national public health workforce. We align ourselves with the stated values of UNC Gillings to ensure we train and develop public health professionals within a climate that is intentionally diverse and inclusive. We are committed to fostering a learning environment that centers sustained equity and inclusion and which prepares our program participants to better partner with and meet the needs of the diverse communities they serve.

We follow the University’s Non-Discrimination Policy. As required by federal law, the University does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its educational programs or activities, in admission, or in employment. Information about the University’s procedures for addressing discrimination on the basis of sex is available in the University’s Policy on Prohibited Sexual Harassment Under Title IX and in the University’s Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct.

NCIPH continues to monitor and make decisions about how best to provide courses in light of COVID-19. Our course descriptions contain the latest information about when and how our programs are being offered.

Trainees at an NCIPH training engage in discussion

Upcoming Programs

Registration or Applications Open

HIPAA and North Carolina Local Health Departments: 2023 Critical Updates
June 28 at 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (Offered in partnership with NC AHEC.)

Enhanced Role RN: Physical Assessment of Adults and STD Nurse Clinician Training Combined Practicum Course
August 21, 2023-September 1, 2024 (Applications open now through July 14.)

Save the Date

North Carolina Credentialed Public Health Nurse (NCCPHN) Course
August 28-September 29, 2023  (Registration opens July 10.)

Annual North Carolina School Nurse Conference
December 7-8, 2023 (Registration opens September 11.)

Registration or Applications Closed

Introduction to the Systems Change Process
June 20 and 22 at 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Available Anytime

Public Health Ethics Online Training NEW!
Available for free online.

Introduction to Public Health in North Carolina
Available for free online.

Local Boards of Health Training Offerings
Available for free to boards of health in North Carolina, online or in person.

North Carolina Public Health HIPAA Training Series
Available for free online. Hosted by UNC School of Government.

Trainings Formerly Hosted on NCIPH Training Website

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Recent Programs

North Carolina Public Health Leadership Institute (NCPHLI): Leading With Equity
October 2022-May 2023

Management and Supervision for Public Health Professionals
March 27-31 and April 24-28 (Enrollment and waitlist full.)

Racial Equity Institute Phase 1 Training
March 7-8, April 3-4 or May 4-5

Communication Is Key: Responding to Crisis
Wednesday, March 15 at 1-5 p.m.

Crisis Communications: A Webinar With Mark R. Weaver, JD, MPA
Monday, January 23 at 10-11:30 a.m.

Racial Equity Institute Groundwater Sessions
Fall 2022

Principles and Practices of Public Health Nursing
September 12-November 2, 2022

Warning — Gale Force Demographic Wind Gusts Ahead: A Webinar with James H. Johnson, Jr., PhD
August 12, 2022

North Carolina Strategic Scholars Course
October 2021-April 2022

North Carolina Dental Public Health Leadership Institute
September 2021-June 2022

North Carolina Public Health Leadership Institute (NCPHLI)
This regular NCPHLI program has been on pause since 2021-22. Instead, we are offering NCPHLI: Leading with Equity.

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NCIPH staff lead a "Happier at Work" training in 2019

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By Request

We have expertise in multiple areas and would be happy to develop programs to meet client needs. Contact us for examples of past programs.

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NCIPH is just one of many programs within the Gillings School and UNC centers and institutes that provides training, continuing education and technical support to support the local, national, and global public health workforce.

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NCIPH’s educational programs reflect our organizational values as well as those of the Gillings School. Diversity, inclusiveness and civility are core values and characteristics of the School.