The obligatory training

Public health improvement comprises health training, diffusion of information on healthy lifestyle, propagation and formation of healthy lifestyle, and reduction of attitude-dependant public health risk factors. Considering the scope of activity areas and the demand for employees providing the services, also in order to reduce the attitude-dependant public health risk factors and to ensure provision of high-quality and safe service to consumers, the State has stipulated the obligation of obligatory health training.

The Obligatory Training Department of the National Public Health Surveillance Laboratory organises and conducts the following obligatory trainings:

  • Hygiene skills;

  • First aid;

  • Trainings on alcohol and drugs damage to human health.

Students, who are trained and tested according to the health training programmes as approved by the Minister of Health, receive documents of specified form – the Health Skill Assessment Certificates.

The trainings are organised and conducted in accordance with the following documents:

  • Resolution No 590 of 14 May 2003 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania;

  • Order No V-69 of 28 January 2008 of the Minister of Health of the Republic of Lithuania;

  • Other post-legislative and normative legislation.

The obligatory training lectures are conducted by physicians-hygienists and public health specialists holding licenses for such types of obligatory training.

The trainings are conducted in our premises or in site and on time acceptable to a customer. The lectures are read in the State language – Lithuanian.

The obligatory health training is a paid service. Fees for the trainings were approved in Order No VK-197 of the Director of the National Public Health Surveillance Laboratory.

Contacts: Obligatory Training Department, Antakalnio str. 10, Vilnius.
Phone +370 5 263 9661.
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