Online Continuing Education

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Online Continuing EducationIn an ongoing effort to provide multiple ways for students to take their Continuing Education, the Training Partnership currently has 28 online Continuing Education classes available in English. In addition, there are 10 courses available for students to take in Spanish and Russian. 

ENGLISH

SPANISHEspañol

RUSSIAN / Русском

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

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Online Continuing Education Courses by Language

English

  • Protecting Worker Safety Through Violence De-escalation, Part 1 New 12/2013
  • Protecting Worker Safety Through Violence De-escalation, Part 2
  • Providing End of Life Care, Part 1
  • Providing End of Life Care, Part 2
  • Recognizing and Reporting Consumer Abuse, Neglect and Financial Exploitation
  • Reducing the spread of infection through standard precautions
  • Supporting Behavior Changes in Consumers, Part 1
  • Supporting Behavior Changes in Consumers, Part 2
  • Supporting Consumers with Mental Illness, Part 1
  • Supporting Consumers with Mental Illness, Part 2
  • Providing Consumer-Directed Care for Common Medical Conditions: Dehydration
  • Providing Consumer-Directed Care for Common Medical Conditions: Urinary Tract Infections
  • Providing Consumer-Directed Care for Common Medical Conditions: Pneumonia
  • Respiratory Conditions New 10/5/2012
  • Skin Care Basics
  • Hearing and Vision Conditions
  • Cultural Competency: Pain Management and Health Literacy
  • Arthritis & Acute Mental Status Changes
  • Cultural Competency: Pain Management and Assumptions
  • Gaining Consumer Cooperation for Oral Health  
  • Oral Health Basics 
  • Denture Care and Cleaning 
  • Using Household Cleaning Chemicals Safely 
  • Green Cleaning 
  • Cultural Competency - Nutrition
  • Best Practices for the Professional HCA
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Body Mechanics
  • Infection Control and Workplace Safety
  • Better Health through Nutritious Cooking
  • An Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
  • An Introduction to Physical Disabilities
  • An Introduction to Mental Illness
  • An Introduction to Dementia

Important Note: The following courses were available in early 2011 for a short time so if you took them at that time, you cannot take them again. If you did not take them then, they are available to take online.

Relationships between Consumers
Home Care Aides Make a Difference
Supporting Consumer Independence
The Faces of Down Syndrome
Dispelling Disability Myths
Promoting Creativity

 

Spanish / Español

Cómo registrarse para clases de internet en Educación Continua

Best Practices for the Professional HCA
Multiple Sclerosis
Traumatic Brain Injury
Body Mechanics
Infection Control and Workplace Safety
Better Health through Nutritious Cooking
An Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
An Introduction to Physical Disabilities
An Introduction to Mental Illness
An Introduction to Dementia

Important Note: The following courses were available in early 2011 for a short time so if you took them at that time, you cannot take them again. If you did not take them then, they are available to take online.

Relationships between Consumers
Home Care Aides Make a Difference
Supporting Consumer Independence
The Faces of Down Syndrome
Dispelling Disability Myths
Promoting Creativity

 

Russian / Русском

Интернет Kлассы на Русском Языке

Best Practices for the Professional HCA
Multiple Sclerosis
Traumatic Brain Injury
Body Mechanics
Infection Control and Workplace Safety
Better Health through Nutritious Cooking
An Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
An Introduction to Physical Disabilities
An Introduction to Mental Illness
An Introduction to Dementia

Important Note: The following courses were available in early 2011 for a short time so if you took them at that time, you cannot take them again. If you did not take them then, they are available to take online.

Relationships between Consumers
Home Care Aides Make a Difference
Supporting Consumer Independence
The Faces of Down Syndrome
Dispelling Disability Myths
Promoting Creativity

 

Technical Requirements

 If you do not know your Internet browser and version or Operating System, go to Support Details.

  • You can access eLearning with a PC using one of the following Operating Systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7. Courses are now Mac compatible. 
  • Recommended Internet browsers include Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10, and Firefox 3.0 or newer.  Support for Internet Explorer 6 (or less), Chrome, and Safari is not available.
  • You will need to have Flash plug-in version 7.0 or newer installed for your Internet browser.  It is free and available at Download Adobe Flash Player. If you are using someone else’s computer, the preferences may be set so that the administrator needs to grant permission to install Flash Player.  Ask for assistance from the owner of the computer. You can go to Adobe Flash Player Test and you will get this information.
  • You will need a computer with either a speaker or headphones.
  • Turn off the pop-up blocker for your Internet browser.  This is typically found in the "Tools" menu of your browser.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Online Continuing Education