Budgeting and Management

These curated trainings have been developed by external partners. They are available at any time and can be accessed by clicking the "Go to training" links.

Trainings

Title

Description

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Putting Health on the Map: Using Data to Build New Partnerships

In this one hour webinar, which is part of the Hot Topics series, Muriel DeLaVergne-Brown, Public Health Director for Crook County, Oregon, shares how her agency used data to cultivate new partnerships and financing for better walking and biking trails.

 

Topic Areas: Management
Target Audience: New Managers
Approximate Length: 1 hour

Offered by: Northwest Center for Public Health Practice

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Budget Planning and Management

This course provides an overview of the importance of integrating strategic and budget planning, the types and concepts of budgeting, the application of budgeting as a managerial tool, and budget planning and management.

 

Topic Areas: Budgeting and Management
Approximate Length: Self-paced, 1 hour

Offered by: TRAIN

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Introduction to Strategic Planning

This module provides an introduction to strategic planning. It includes: 1) an overview of terminology,2) a background about the benefits and uses of strategic planning, 3) and a description of a methodology for conducting planning in simple contexts.

 

Topic Areas: Strategic Planning
Approximate Length: Self-paced, 1 hour

Offered by: TRAIN

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Mastering the Roles of Supervision

The course consists of two modules. The first module introduces the Competing Values Framework and the associated supervisor roles. Each role is explained briefly, through simulated conversations with “real” supervisors.

The second module asks and answers the question, “What is mastery?” A number of self-assessment tools and interactive elements help you to chart your course to becoming the best supervisor you can be!

Topic Areas: Management
Approximate Length: Self-paced, 3 hours

Offered by: TRAIN

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Introduction to Quality Improvement in Public Health

This introductory 30 minute online course is meant to teach public health professionals the basic concepts of quality improvement. Quality Improvement (QI) helps public health effectively and efficiently identify and address problems and improve solutions. It is recommended that learners taking this course have foundational training on what is public health.

 

Topic Areas: QI
Approximate Length: Self-paced, 30 minutes

Offered by: TRAIN

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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Grants Management 101

The Grants Management 101 Toolkit provides tools to enhance your grant writing skills and provides guidance on developing your goals, objectives, and activities. Once you receive funding you can use the toolkit for information on how to manage your budget, methods to link to goals and outcomes, and ways to fulfill post-award policies and reporting requirements.

 

Topic Areas: Budgeting and Management
Approximate Length: Self-paced

Offered by: RM-PHTC

Requirements: Registration required
Cost: Free

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