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Public Health Instructional Designer, Distance Learning Specialist, or Health Educator? CDC and PHF Learning Opportunity Available

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in partnership with the Public Health Foundation (PHF), invite distance learning educators who need to know how to develop online training products, to apply to participate in the E-Learning Institute fellowship.

Starting February 8, 2016 and ending June 10, 2016, this program equips its fellows with practical skills and promising practices to create quality online training products. Fellows will create an e-learning product based on the knowledge and skills gained through the program, and are required to present their product at a final showcase.

Who should apply?  Professionals from state, local, territorial, tribal, and international health departments responsible for developing training products should apply. University and hospital learning professionals who are involved in public health are also encouraged to apply.

Skill level: Beginner to intermediate.

Time commitment: Fellows will need to allocate approximately two hours per week during working hours for program activities. Fellows may need to commit more time to complete the final project. Supervisory approval is required.

Space is limited, so apply today to be considered for this exceptional learning opportunity. Applications will be accepted through November 13. Selected applicants will be notified by December 14. Submit your application today!