- ALL119 - Volunteer/Contractor Training$20.00
People who are consumers of health care have rights guaranteed to them by federal law. All health care personnel must be familiar with residents’ rights and know how these relate to the care provided. This course is intended to help all health care personnel working in the long-term care setting to increase their knowledge and understanding of federal residents’ rights as well as gain a general understanding of common resident responsibilities.Learn More
- Iowa Assisted Living Association’s Medication Management Course$120.00
A discount is available to IALA members; please contact Shellie Petek at email@example.com for more information!
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This course is intended primarily for non-licensed health care personnel who provide direct care for people in assisted living programs (ALPs). General guidelines are provided for administering or assisting with the administration of medications. This content reviews basic medication safety and the 6 Rights and three checks of medication administration. Learners will also become familiar with the various routes for medication administration. Students must be at least 18 years of age to participate in this course.Learn More
- MEM200 - Florida 1.0 HR Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders (NH)$15.95
- MEM201 - Florida 3.0 HR Alzheimer's Disease or Related Disorders (NH)$35.95
The State of Florida requires everyone working in a hospice or nursing facility dedicated to caring for persons with chronic confusion or a dementing illness to complete two modules on care of persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related disorders. This is the second of two modules and is the three-hour required course. All staff working in the long-term care setting will increase their knowledge and skills in caring for persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder.Learn More
- MGR104 - Drug-Free Workplace: One Hour Supervisor Update (IA)$15.95
- MGR105 - Drug-Free Workplace: Two Hour Supervisor Training (IA)$25.95
- REG130 - Florida - Human Trafficking (2.0 HR)$25.95
Florida ranks third in the United States for the most reported cases of human trafficking, according to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Because of the prevalence of human trafficking and the state’s commitment to end it, Florida law requires nurses, health care workers, and other professionally mandated reporters to report suspected child and vulnerable adult victims of human trafficking to the state’s central abuse hotline. By taking this course, you will learn to identify human trafficking, follow guidelines for what to report, and understand how to resource and support survivors.Learn More
- REG131 – Florida Laws and Rules (2.0 HR)$25.95
Since April 2013, the Florida Board of Nursing requires licensed professionals to complete a two-hour course based on the laws and regulations for nursing practices in the state of Florida. This course fulfills the requirement set forth by the Florida Board of Nursing.Learn More
- REG132 - Florida Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace (2.0 HR)$25.95
Since November 2015, the Florida Board of Nursing requires licensed registered nurses to complete a two-hour course based on how impaired individuals can impact the workplace. This course fulfills the requirement set by the Florida Board of Nursing. The audience for this course is primarily focused on registered nurses in Florida who are directly impacted by impairment in the workplace.Learn More