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  • Environment and Public Health: Photo & Video Gallery | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/eph/environment-and-public-health-photos-and-videos.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Environment and Public Health: Faculty Coordinators | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Peter N Tabbot MPH Health Officer Rockaway Township Division of Health Adjunct Professor Rutgers University Microbiology Donald Schaffner PhD Distinguished Professor and Extension Specialist Department of Food Science Rutgers Cooperative Extension Public Health Sanitation William Manley BS MS Coordinator Retail Food Project Food and Drug Safety Program New Jersey Department of Health Soil Science Vincent Agovino PhD PWS LSRP Environmental Consultant A V Agovino Associates LLC Students appreciate the knowledgeable caring and passionate EPH instructional team Fomer instructor Dick Dewling left and former Faculty Coordinator George Van Orden right are pictured here 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the REHS License Qualifying for the Exam Applying for the Exam Taking Passing the Exam Exam Results

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/eph/environment-and-public-health-faculty-coordinators.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Environment and Public Health: How Students Grade the Instructors | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Control Eric Zwerling Noise Pollution Bill Jamison Risk Communication Ned Lipman Management Styles Jim Morris Resume Writing Vince Agovino Soils Vinny Rules Good speaker and able to communicate material well A lot of good information The pit work was useful and helpful Extremely knowledgeable Groundwater lecture very clear and helpful Don Schaffner Microbiology Communicable Diseases Stories were good and helpful Covered tons of material well Joe Mikulka Environmental Enforcement Water Pollution Excellent presentation Great speaker clear and to the point He s Good Excellent information which is clean cut Really interesting helpful Back to Top of Comments Bill Manley Food Sanitation Investigation Report Writing Interesting seeing it all put together Funny Love Bill Manley I liked Bill Manley s approach to bridging the science and practicality of inspections Calliope Alexander Shellfish Seafood Safety Calliope Alexander was on Dick Dewling s level She was great too I loved her energy Excellent nothing to improve Very good presentation wouldn t change a thing Very good jeopardy was fun Super at lecturing engaging We love Callie Back to Top of Comments Michelle Malavet Food Outbreak Investigations Very energetic Great animated speaker Would have loved to have her speak more Awesome speaker Had a real passion for the topic Tony Monaco Body Art Medical Waste Infection Control Great Videos were great As good as it gets Very knowledgeable on the subject matter and good graphics Back to Top of Comments Eric Zwerling Noise Pollution Made the topic fascinating I m Serious Great Has lots of energy and is interesting Enjoyable lecture I wish we had more time Great speaker Knows how to teach the topic Bill Jamison Risk Communication Funny and entertaining He was great very enthusiastic The best session yet He is an outstanding presenter Bill was great Interactive and enthusiastic Back to

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  • Environment and Public Health: What is a NJ Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS)? | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    qualify for the EPH Program and begin preparing for your career as a REHS Job Opportunities for Licensed REHSs In general an REHS is employed by a local health agency e g an individual municipal local health agency a regional health commission or a county health department Alternatively some individuals are employed by federal agencies e g the Food and Drug Administration the US Department of Agriculture or private sector organizations e g non profit environmental groups environmental consulting firms and grocery stores Job titles for REHS related positions may include health inspector sanitary inspector environmental compliance manager environmental consultant and many more Profile of a State Environmentalist Thomas Burke was raised in New Jersey As a kid growing up in that area in the 50s and 60s you were really aware of your environment he says read more Average Salaries for a Licensed REHS in New Jersey If you re working in the public sector at a local county or state health department salary ranges vary depending on the municipality and your level of experience On the low end municipalities with limited budgets may have starting salary ranges of 32 000 to 40 000 while those with larger budgets may have starting salaries in the range of 45 000 to 60 000 REHS Career Advancement Opportunities There are plenty of advancement opportunities for licensed REHSs working in the public sector many health departments employ sanitary inspector trainees those without REHS licenses yet entry level REHSs Senior REHSs and Chief REHSs Additional experience and education can help an REHS move up through the ranks or move into related careers like planning epidemiology or becoming a NJ Health Officer 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/eph/environment-and-public-health-what-is-a-nj-rehs.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Environment and Public Health: About the REHS License | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    for anyone conducting quality assurance inspections environmental sampling and monitoring and assessment of food air water or soil To earn the NJ REHS license and become an REHS you must Qualify to take the REHS licensing exam Apply for the exam Take the exam and pass with a score of at least 70 Learn more about Qualifying to Take the REHS Licensing Exam Applying for the REHS Licensing Exam Taking and passing the REHS Licensing Exam Exam Results and Licensing What if I don t pass the licensing exam on the first try 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the REHS License Qualifying for the Exam Applying for the Exam Taking Passing the Exam Exam

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  • Environment and Public Health: Qualifying for the NJ REHS Exam | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    the required 32 science credits are defined as follows Courses such as biology chemistry physics and environmental science partial list of accepted courses Up to 6 credits may be from college level mathematics courses e g calculus statistics At least one of the courses must be a lab course in biology physics chemistry or the environmental sciences If you earned less than a C 2 0 for a course it won t count towards the 32 credit requirement Not sure if you have enough credits to qualify Submit a copy of your transcripts with our Risk Free Evaluation we ll review your transcripts and let you know if you have sufficient science credits and what to do if you don t yet have enough 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators

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  • Environment and Public Health: Applying for the NJ REHS Exam | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    REHS exam application process for the November exam Make sure your application package is complete before you mail it NJDHSS rejects incomplete applications and the 50 application fee is non refundable The exam is offered 2 times a year May and November through the NJDHSS upcoming dates are available at http www nj gov health lh phpl shtml The application deadline for each exam is typically 8 weeks before the exam date If your application to take the REHS licensing exam is approved you ll receive an acceptance letter from the NJDHSS 2 3 weeks before the exam date You will be required to submit a 100 examination fee to take the exam Your letter of acceptance will include the time and location of the exam typically the exam is held at the Middlesex County Fire Academy in Sayreville New Jersey 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH

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  • Environment and Public Health: Taking & Passing the NJ REHS Exam | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    pests and weeds Epidemiology Potable water Air quality and noise pollution Swimming pools and recreational facilities New Jersey statutes and rules Hazardous materials To earn an REHS license you must score at least 70 on the licensing exam Most people 75 80 pass the exam on the first try but the passing rate varies depending on the individuals their backgrounds and the amount of time and effort they put into preparing for the exam What if I don t pass the licensing exam on the first try 2015 Dates In the Classroom June 1 July 17 2015 In the Field 200 hour internship at a local health department Contact Us Download Brochure PDF About EPH Course Overview Course Description Fees and Financial Aid Loans Schedule Location Agenda Prerequisites Housing Risk Free Evaluation Meet Our Students EPH Students in the News Student Testimonials How Students Rate EPH Student Comments About EPH Advice from Past Graduates Photo and Video Gallery Meet Our Instructors Faculty Coordinators How Students Grade the Instructors About the REHS License Exam What is an REHS About the REHS License Qualifying for the Exam Applying for the Exam Taking Passing the Exam Exam Results Licensing Retesting Policy REHS Continuing

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