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by Kennedy Emard 9 min read

What is the new PA prepared learning management system?

For PA Prepared Users: Getting Started with TRAIN PA TRAIN PA is the learning management system that has replaced PA Prepared. There are a few important things you need to know: All active PA Prepared accounts have been moved to TRAIN PA. Your PA Prepared learning records can now be located in TRAIN PA.

How do I get started or continue taking education on train PA?

To get started or continue taking education on Train Pa, click the following link: If you experience an issue with logging into Train PA please contact your Regional EMS Council for assistance.

How does train PA work for EMS providers?

Train PA is the online learning management system for EMS providers to complete continuing education. When an EMS provider successfully completes a PA approved class on Train PA, the system will automatically apply the continuing education credits into the EMS provider’s record in the PA EMS Registry. ​

Do you need to update your training PA?

Once you’ve set your password and logged in to TRAIN PA, it’s essential that you update your account information. Without accurate account information, you may not be able to access important training and information.

Does Train PA use the same username?

While your TRAIN PA account will use the same username (also called login name) as your PA Prepared account, your password has been changed for security purposes. Before logging in to TRAIN PA, you will need to first get your password using the steps below.



Train Affiliates

  • Agencies or organizations that are interested in becoming a TRAIN affiliate should complete the TRAIN Inquiry Form. Questions can also be sent directly to the PHF TRAIN team at [email protected]. 1. Administrative access to the TRAIN Learning Management System (LMS) platform. 2. Development and hosting of a branded TRAIN Affiliate website. 3. Access...
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Train Course Providers

  • The PHF TRAIN team actively works with government agencies, academic institutions, professional associations, and non-profit organizations in the public health, healthcare, and preparedness sectors to build a catalog of thousands of online courses and other training content that is openly available through TRAIN. 1. Post course information (online and onsite) 2. Generat…
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Train Policies

  • Review TRAIN policies, including our confidentiality statement, as well as learner and course provider rights.
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Technology Partner

  • KMI Learning KMI is based in Columbus, Ohio and has collaborated with the Public Health Foundation to make TRAIN available since 2003. KMI offers learning technology solutions, including content development and web applications. For more information, visit
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