woman flipping book pageThe Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will offer spring sessions of the Health Navigation competency assessment through The Center for Advancing Professional Excellence (CAPE) at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. The sessions will be offered virtually and in-person on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.


Spring 2024 Dates

  • May 17 (in-person)
  • May 18 (virtually)
  • June 4 (in-person)
  • June 6 (virtually)
  • June 11 (in-person)
  • June 14 (virtually)

To register for the assessment, individuals must have completed verified coursework from a state-recognized training program (Otero College, Patient Navigation and Community Health Worker Training program, Metro State University at Denver or the CU Multidisciplinary Center on Aging). Please complete the Colorado Health Navigator Registry Application to verify training prior to registration for the assessment. After completed training is verified, you will receive a link to register for the assessment. Registration must be completed 30 days prior to the date of the assessment.

As a reminder, the required coursework to qualify for the assessment under under PNCT is:

  • Level 1 Health Navigation Fundamentals
  • Basic Motivational Interviewing (if Level 1 taken online)
  • Level 2 Care Coordination

PNCT will schedule a free review session prior to these spring assessments – details to come.