Hawaii TRAIN is a learning management system—a learning resource for public health professionals and an affiliate of the Public Health Foundation Training Finder Real‐time Affiliate Integrated Network (TRAIN). TRAIN is available to learners across the public health community including public health practitioners, healthcare professionals, epidemiologists, first responders, veterinarians, laboratorians, educators, students, and volunteers.
Developed by Public Health Foundation, TRAIN operates through collaborative partnership with state and federal agencies, local and national organizations, and educational institutions. TRAIN is funded by its network affiliates and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Because all TRAIN sites are connected, TRAIN users can access information about state, local, national, and even international training opportunities available to them.
Hawaii TRAIN.org Learners | User FAQs
- Quickly find and register for training courses—including new hire or annual trainings—and other courses offering free continuing education credit (CEs/CEUs).
- Create a personal learning record, training plans, manage progress, and track completion with a single online transcript.
- Access valuable materials, course reviews, and discussions to improve your learning experience.
- Stay informed about the latest public health trainings for your area or expertise.
Hawaii TRAIN.org Course Providers:
- TRAIN Course Provider overview.
- How to become a Hawaii TRAIN Course Provider:
- If you have an existing Hawaii TRAIN account: Log in to Hawaii TRAIN > click on your name in the top right corner > Your Profile > Account > Request Role > wait for approval and next steps.
- If you do not have an existing account: Click Become a Course Provider > fill in required details > follow steps to create an account (also found on the Hawaii TRAIN welcome page).
Last updated August 2022