TRAIN is a national Learning Management Network comprised of 31 Affiliates with their own Learning Management System. TRAIN has almost one million registered users and over 30,000 courses available in various areas of public health. TRAIN is a great resource for all those interested in public health and the latest in worldwide health issues, goals, and programs. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a TRAIN Affiliate and frequently provides up-to-date information as well as training on many issues.
What Is Texas TRAIN?
TX TRAIN is a Learning Management System (LMS). It was developed by the Public Health Foundation with a grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and funding from participating states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Texas, along with approximately 30 other states, universities, and agencies, uses TRAIN as a centralized database for sharing public health training opportunities. The TrainingFinder Real-time Affiliate Integrated Network, or TRAIN, is the nation’s premier learning resource for professionals who protect the public’s health. TRAIN is comprised of the national www.train.org site and participating TRAIN affiliate sites.
Affiliate sites are managed by many state public health agencies, academic partners, and others. In Texas, this is Texas TRAIN and is accessed via https://www.train.org/texas/welcome.