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  • Environment and Public Health: NJ REHS Exam Results & Licensing | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    will include your exam score your Registry REHS license number and a copy of your pocket REHS license You ll receive your official certificate at a later date but don t worry you are a licensed NJ REHS from the moment you pass the licensing exam What if I don t pass the REHS licensing exam on the first try NJDHSS policy prevents the Public Health Licensing and Examination Board from providing exam results via phone or email 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 Education Using the REHS License Outside NJ Environmental Public

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  • Environment and Public Health: REHS Licensing Exam Retesting Policy | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    date and you will have to submit another 100 examination fee to sit for the exam If you don t pass the exam after a second attempt you ll receive a list of the subject areas in which you scored the lowest and you will not be allowed to take the exam again until you have completed additional training in the identified subject areas Once you successfully complete the required additional training you may reapply to take the exam You ll have to complete the application process again see Applying for the REHS Licensing Exam and submit proof of your additional training If your reapplication is approved you will be eligible to sit for the next available licensing exam EPH graduates have an open invitation to return to our class free of charge to review the specific topics they need we reserve the right to charge for materials and food 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/eph/environment-and-public-health-rehs-exam-retesting.html (2014-06-13)
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  • Environment and Public Health: REHS Continuing Education | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    are required to earn 15 public health CE continuing education credits annually CE Courses for REHSs and HOs This link takes you to a list of approved courses offered by the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education New Jersey Learning Management Network NJLMN The NJLMN is the only source of all courses statewide that have been approved for NJ public health CE credits All NJ REHSs are required to create and maintain accounts on the NJLMN to track and maintain their CE credits 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 Education Using the REHS

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  • Environment and Public Health: Using the REHS License Outside of New Jersey | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    inspector job in New York City you need to pass the civil service exam and have a Bachelors degree with 30 credits of biological or physical sciences Because the FDA Chapter 24 food safety regulations are thoroughly covered in EPH taking EPH and earning the NJ REHS may help to prepare you for a public health job in New York especially in the area of restaurant or food inspection Some but not all of the NY positions require NY residency For more information please visit the New York State Department of Health website Using the REHS License in Philadelphia PA In Pennsylvania Registered Sanitarians are state employees that work either statewide or in county based health departments However these individuals are not affiliated with the PA Department of Health Instead health inspectors work for the PA Department of Agriculture because originally the PA inspectors were primarily dairy inspectors making sure that the milk was safe Certain areas of PA are beginning to form local regional health departments because the county based state services are not always sufficient in growing suburban areas There may be some REHS job opportunities in these burgeoning local health departments Individuals who want to work in PA will likely need to live in the state In addition for the PA State jobs they will need to take a PA Civil Service exam For more information about employment opportunities please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture website Using the REHS License in Maryland In Maryland there are Registered Environmental Sanitarians RES who work for the State Individuals have to be licensed as an RES in Maryland to work there but they may accept REHS licenses under reciprocity if you inquire The Job is Environmental Sanitarian or Registered Sanitarian in Maryland at the State level There are also

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  • Environment and Public Health: Jobs in Public Health | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    with a comprehensive understanding of the complex field in which we work and have already gained invaluable real world experience through their five week internship Whether it s in depth knowledge of the core disciplines that comprise the work of an REHS like epidemiology and microbiology or the practical application of best practices in the field the EPH program consistently produces model environmental health specialists In fact all five of the REHS s I ve hired have been EPH graduates and I can t imagine it any other way Peter N Tabbot Health Officer Rockaway Township Health Department Building on the knowledge they gained in the EPH program our graduates have begun careers working around the state country and world on global and local environmental and public health issues What kind of job can you get with an REHS license Here are just a few of the vital jobs EPH graduates perform in careers dedicated to making their communities safer and healthier Developing bioterrorism preparedness plans Scouting for early signs of disease outbreaks and food poisoning Detecting and monitoring West Nile virus Spearheading lead safety education programs in their communities Computerized mapping of rabies and Lyme disease outbreaks Troubleshooting environmental problems associated with famine in Africa Investigating environmental carcinogens for The World Health Organization Investigating Cancer Clusters in New Jersey Organizing and leading regional watershed planning efforts Carrying out quality control audits for private food manufacturers Performing FDA inspections Follow Us on Twitter We post environmental health articles and job openings nationwide Rutgers EPH 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

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  • Environment and Public Health: Public Health Job Options – MPH Not Required | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    can get into NOW after just completing your bachelor s degree environmental health Become an REHS Registered Environmental Health Specialists or REHS s are the chief science officers of their health department or company In most states the only college level education required to become an REHS is a bachelor s degree Many REHS s go on to enroll in graduate school and earn a Masters of Public Health MPH particularly if they wish to move up to a Health Officer position REHS Education Requirements Although a bachelor of science BS degree is ideal a bachelor of arts BA degree is perfectly acceptable as long as you have completed a minimum number of undergraduate science credits during your college career in NJ that number is 32 credits Many states have similar requirements often 30 credits or more Graduate level science courses are also accepted REHS Training Requirements In addition to a bachelor s degree and 32 science credits you need to complete hands on training learning specific skills and environmental health topics at a health department Once these requirements have been met you are eligible to sit for the exam to become a NJ licensed REHS Upon passing the exam you will become a licensed NJ REHS The Rutgers EPH program provides intensive classroom lessons on all the topics you need to know to prepare for the REHS licensing exam Rutgers also places you in an internship with a local health department to complete the hands on field training portion of your requirements 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

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  • Average Pay & Salary for REHS Environmental Health Inspectors | Environment and Public Health Career Prep Program | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education
    Quality Assurance Director Food Manuf Environmental Health Inspector Environmental Health Safety Coordinator Environmental Health Safety Officer Environmental Health Specialist Environmental Health Safety Mgr 32 000 125 000 35 000 85 000 25 000 65 000 60 000 160 000 30 000 70 000 35 000 75 000 35 000 85 000 40 000 90 000 50 000 120 000 What is an REHS The entire course gives you a lot of credibility When I go into interviews employers are usually very impressed that I have been trained to become an Environmental Health Specialist It has given me an edge and leg up Yeah it was challenging but well worth it Haliun Ayush EPH 2011 REHS or Registered Environmental Health Specialist refers to two different things 1 A professional license or certification which is required to work in some states 2 A job title often interchangeable with health inspector sanitarian or sanitary inspector of a person who conducts environmental health investigations inspections or audits for a government agency eg a public health department or for a private company eg a food manufacturing plant Watch this video to learn more about what it means to be a Registered Environmental Health Specialist Are you thinking about becoming an REHS Enroll in the Rutgers EPH summer career prep program EPH gives you the in depth training and hands on field experience you need to launch your career EPH also qualifies you to take the NJ REHS license a nationally respected professional credential And it does all this in only one summer Watch the video below to learn more about the EPH program including firsthand accounts from EPH alumni 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

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  • Environment and Public Health: Profiles of Career Success | Rutgers NJAES Office of Continuing Professional Education | Formerly Cook College
    Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education As a youngster Emily Carey loved to listen to her mom a Registered Environmental Health Specialist REHS in the Somerset County area tell exciting stories about her profession Read Emily s story Chuck Khan Warren County Health Department REHS A native of India with several different careers on his resume Chuck Khan s journey to becoming a Registered Environmental Health Specialist REHS with the Warren County Health Department was a long one Read Chuck s story Daniel Wyckoff Hunterdon County Health Department REHS Daniel Wyckoff became a Registered Environmental Health Specialist REHS in 2005 but working in the hospitality and travel industries for over twenty years means health and sanitation have always been his concern Read Daniel s story Carl Scialfa Branchburg Township Health Department REHS Carl Scialfa may be doing food inspections now as a Registered Environmental Health Specialist REHS but he began his career trying to pass them Read Carl s story 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

    Original URL path: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/eph/environment-and-public-health-career-success.html (2014-06-13)
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