Take a look at the Current Community Health Worker Training that's offered throughout the State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Community Health Worker Network

CHW Certificate Training Sites in Wisconsin 

UniteMKE/UniteWI HUB Milwaukee, WI 

      Great Rivers HUB           La Crosse, WI

 Milwaukee AHEC Milwaukee, WI

UniteMKE/UniteWI hosts multiage training sessions throughout the year.

UniteMKE/UniteWI Pathways Community HUB together with Care Coordination Systems offer the nationally recognized Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Program in Milwaukee and surrounding communities. The program curriculum includes core CHW competencies and a   community-based practicum that meets national Pathways Community HUB certificate standard. The Training is a total of 8 weeks long. Two weeks in person training with a 6 week field practicum in between. 

Fall 2020 training:

  • August 10-14th 9am-1pm
  • Registration coming soon!


Great Rivers HUB will host one CHW training session in the fall of each year.

Great Rivers HUB Pathways Community HUB together with Care Coordination Systems offer the nationally recognized Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Program in Milwaukee and surrounding communities. The program curriculum includes core CHW competencies and a   community-based practicum that meets national Pathways Community HUB certificate standard. The Training is a total of 8 weeks long. Two weeks in person training with a 6 week field practicum in between. 

Fall 2020 virtual training:

  • August 21st registration deadline.
  • Training dates: September 1st-3rd, October 5th-7th, and November 3rd-5th.
  • In between each of these session will be field practicum activities/hours to complete to graduate from the training. 
  • Register here


Recognizing that there is a need for community health workers to serve as a “bridge” between community members and the health care delivery system, Milwaukee AHEC launched the Community Health Worker Training Program in 2010, a 100-hour training program where participants learn concepts and principles of basic public health care, including health promotion and maintenance, chronic disease prevention, and self-care management at the community level. Participants engage in experiential learning tasks trough volunteering and group activities, participate in self-study, group project presentations and employment planning and coaching.

Note: May 2020 training is cancelled. Stay tuned for details.


Dates coming soon!

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