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Training & Education

Welcome to the Training and Exercise area of our website. Here you will find training. educational, exercise and drill opportunities for Wyoming 's public health and healthcare workforce, their staffs, and their partners.

Training and education play a vital role in preparing for public health emergencies and disasters. Our short and long-term goals are to provide preparedness education and training; identify resources for public health employees, medical professionals and the general public.

 Our program provides training and exercises for Wyoming 's public health and healthcare workforce to assure that we are prepared to respond to public health disasters, disease outbreaks, and other emergencies.


For more information contact:  

Training and Exercise Coordinator

Jim Smith


The Wyoming TRAIN groups have been restructured which means you will need to update your current record to reflect some new information about your account.  Where you see a red asterisk *, be sure to enter current information in that field as the program is looking for data.  Go to


WY-TRAIN Account Update Instructions


What is WY-TRAIN                   How To Create a WY-TRAIN Account


 New Course Added

Course # 101188 Immunization in Wyoming "Healthy Living for a Lifetime”


Public Health Training and Education Websites

Online courses via WY TRAIN


 Public Health Partners and Sponsors

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA


 Wyoming Office of Homeland Security


Wyoming Homeland Security Training Program


 Wyoming Homeland Security Training Schedule


FEMA On Line Independent Study Program


 EMI Courses Schedules & Vacancies


EMI Courses Catalog


How to apply for a FEMA Courses


EMI Featured Programs


Emergency Management Institute FY 2010 Schedule of Courses


Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Course Catalog and Calendar


Regional Institute for Health & Environmental Leadership, Univ of Denver


Northwest Public Health Center for Public Health Practice, University of Washington, Seattle


 iLinc monthly Hot Topics web broadcasts via NWCPHP, Seattle


 Southwest Public Health Center, Univ of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City 

  Immediately report the occurrence of potential public health hazards to the Wyoming Department of Health 24/7 Emergency Notification line: