Training & Events

We train graduate students and working professionals through in-person partner events and conferences, live webinars, and self-paced, affordable online courses. All of our trainings and events feature expert speakers from industry and faculty specializing in occupational and environmental safety and health.



7,508 professionals trained

70 educational events

18,000 training hours

Reporting period: July 1, 2021-June 30, 2022

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Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced professional, you need to keep your knowledge and skills current. We offer online courses taught by accomplished faculty and industry leaders. Our courses are designed for flexible, self-paced study so that  you can learn in a way that works best for your schedule.
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Our center's Total Worker Health (TWH) outreach arm, Health Links, hosts ongoing webinars discussing various TWH topics in the workplace. Webinars feature expert speakers in health and safety, public health, and business and are designed to help educate and build skills among professionals.
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In partnership with the CU Center for Bioethics & Humanities, we host an ongoing series discussing the intersection of ethics and the future of work.


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Our Total Worker Health training programs are designed for individuals who want to create a sustainable work culture that is safe, healthy, and productive. Our programs are applicable to business owners, executives, senior managers, benefits and HR professionals, occupational health and safety professionals, and public health professionals in public and private organizations in every industry.
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We offer events for working professionals, graduate students, and academics from all backgrounds. See our events calendar for details on all in-person and virtual collaborative and educational events.