The Real-time Assessment and Learning Tool (RALT) allows you to determine your training needs based on completing a quick and easy self-assessment of your current knowledge and skills against established public health competencies. The RALT currently allows self-assessments for:
- Core Competencies for Public Health Professionals (Council of Linkages)
- Applied Epidemiology Competencies (CDC/CSTE)
- Public Health Preparedness and Response Core Competencies (CDC/ASPPH)
The RALT also provides an assessment instrument for the Public Health Preparedness Capabilities (CDC).
Once you have completed your assessment, the RALT will generate a "snapshot" report which identifies your areas of training need and provides an initial list of trainings relevant to competency or capability-based training needs.*
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*NOTE: All trainings included in a RALT report come from the NCIPH Training Website at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health. Users may use the RALT snapshot report to identify relevant training resources from other training providers/systems.