Frequently Asked Questions

On September 30th, JSI Research & Training Institute Inc. (JSI) was funded by the Office of Population Affairs and the Office on Women’s Health to establish and operate the new Reproductive Health National Training Center to provide training and technical assistance (TTA) to all Title X and Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) grantees. JSI is excited to support the Title X and TPP program networks as your TTA provider.

JSI previously operated the Family Planning National Training Center (FPNTC)—fpntc.org is now rhntc.org.

In the coming months, we will be updating the website, including adding new resources and functionality to support Title X and TPP grantees and program staff.

The RHNTC will provide training (through webinars, eLearning courses, and virtual and in-person events), resources (toolkits, job aids, factsheets), and customized TA for Title X and TPP grantees, as well as the Training Tracking System.
Yes, Title X and TPP grantees may request TA through our online form.
Yes, all resources that were previously available on fpntc.org are still available on this website.
We will be adding new resources that are relevant to both the TPP and Title X programs to the website soon. Check back to the website to see our schedule of activities through 2021.
Yes, you are still able to access your account on the Training Tracking System to view training you have completed in the past 3 years as well as any Training Lists you have been assigned. You will still use your previous login and password to log in to rhntc.org. Learn more about using the website to track your training completion.
Yes, you will still be able to access your Training Administrator account via the Training Tracking System to share and track participant progress of a training lists, including those you assigned via fpntc.org. You will still use your previous login and password to log in to rhntc.org. Learn more about using the website to track your network’s training completion.

The RHNTC will announce the launch of its new website in its email newsletter. Make sure to sign up for the RHNTC email newsletter to be alerted to new resources, webinars, and training opportunities.

If you previously received the FPNTC newsletter, you do not need to take any action and you will continue to receive information from the RHNTC.

You may contact us with questions at any time. Title X and TPP grantees are also welcome to contact their RHNTC grantee liaisons with questions.