How to apply for a public health certification in Ireland
Lentz, a Dublin-based public health agency, has received more than 10,000 applications for its public health certifications since it was launched in April 2016.
The Dublin-listed agency has a portfolio of more than 80 health-related jobs, according to the agency.
The majority of its workers are from abroad, with the rest from the Republic of Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark.
The agency’s aim is to help people understand the basics of public health and also offer training in different fields, like clinical sciences, public health communications, public policy and international development.
The agency is looking to recruit staff for its Dublin office in January 2020, and plans to expand the programme to its entire staff in 2018, according of the agency’s website.
The Dublin office is a public-private partnership between Lentz and the Irish government.
It was established in 2015 and aims to help the country’s public health workforce to better understand the world’s health problems and to make informed decisions.
Lentz aims to become Ireland’s largest public-health agency by 2020.