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Through our Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center (MAP ERC), we educate and fund the training of future occupational health and safety leaders. We offer interdisciplinary learning opportunities and financial support for trainees in six disciplines: occupational ergonomics and safety, occupational medicine, industrial hygiene, health physics, occupational health psychology, and Total Worker Health®.
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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 Total Worker Health leadership 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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This online certificate is designed for working professionals seeking career advancement. This certificate is conferred by the Center for Health, Work & Environment and has flexible credit hours and course requirements depending on experience. For those seeking a more traditional graduate certificate program, a Certificate in Total Worker Health® conferred by the Colorado School of Public Health is available. To learn more, please visit the Certificate in Total Worker Health® page.

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With the opioid crisis on the rise, it’s never been more important for health professionals to stay up-to-date on the latest pain management methods. To address this crisis, we launched a self-paced online course to retrain healthcare providers on current state and federal guidelines for non-cancer pain management. Our goal is to combat the growing opioid epidemic while providing the best care to patients.