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Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals (Council of Linkages)
Tier 1 Competencies:

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Tier 3 Competencies:

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Applied Epidemiology Competencies (CDC/CSTE)
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Public Health Preparedness & Response Core Competencies (CDC/ASPPH)

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Public Health Preparedness Capabilities (CDC)*

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* The Public Health Preparedness Capabilities assessment is primarily designed to assess agency-level capacity, but can also be used to assess individual training needs.