New Hampshire Institute for Local Public Health Practice
at the Manchester Health Department
The New Hampshire Institute for Local Public Health Practice is a collaborative partnership of The Manchester Health Department and the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the NHILPHP’s mission is to build a competent workforce by providing core coursework grounded in the application of principles and foundations of public health practice. Our courses are taught by outstanding public health professionals currently working in their areas of expertise.
Since 2002, the NHILPHP has trained over 475 individuals, with 126 completing the entire series of classes.
The following courses are offered annually at the Manchester Health Department.
- Core Public Health Concepts
- Principles of Epidemiology
- Applied Communicable Disease Investigation, Control and Microbiology
- Principles of Environmental Health
- Local Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response
*Availability of these courses is contingent upon continued funding from the CDC.
To see if a course is currently being offered, please visit www.train.org
If you would like more information, would like to be added to the mailing list, or receive course details please contact: Cheryl Schwotzer by phone at 603-624-6466 ext. 2706 or by Email
Food Safety Training
View the video of our recent Food Safety Training Seminar (approximately 2 hours).
Food Safety Materials
The following resources are available online for your facility to review and use in your location where appropriate.
- Employee Health and Personal Hygiene Handbook
- Food Ordinances and Food Safety Rules:
- Food Safety Booklets:
- Food Safety Posters:
Posters on bare hand contact, gloving employee health, hand washing, cross contamination, hot holding, cooling, temperatures, sink use, sanitizing, etc. Most of the posters below are available in multiple languages.
- Food Safety Manuals
(available in multiple languages)
- Hazard Analysis of Critical Control Points (HACCP) Guide
- Thermometers Usage, Types, and Information
- Food Safety Videos
- Recall Information