Meet your annual 12 hour in-service training requirements for aides! This series includes the new skin condition and effective communications trainings required by the new CoPs that are effective January 2018.
We’re pleased to introduce Fazzi’s new home health aide series of trainings to help agencies meet the aide in-service training requirements outlined in the Conditions of Participation (CoP). This includes the newly added aide training requirements set for 2018 – Recognizing and Reporting Changes in Skin Conditions and Effective Communication.
With 12 monthly one hour training sessions, agencies who purchase the entire series will receive access to each months live webinar session, a video recording of the session for future use, and a post-training test to measure training competency.
Session Dates and Topics All trainings are 1-2PM ET
|September 12 –||Effective Communication for Home Health Aides|
|October 10 –||Recognizing and Reporting Changes in Skin Condition|
|November 14 –||Basic Infection Prevention and Control Procedures|
|December 12 –||Recognizing and Instituting Emergency Procedures|
|January 9 –||What is QAPI?|
|February 13 –||The Five Stages of Grief|
|March 13 –||How to Prevent Falls in the Home|
|April 10 –||Helping to Reduce Hospital Readmissions|
|May 8 –||Helping with Mobility|
|June 12 –||Understanding Cultural Diversity|
|July 10 –||Home Care Safety Tips|
Participants will receive 1.0 contact hour for each training completed, a total of 12.0 contact hours for completing the entire series. The fee for the entire series is only $799 per site* for those who register before August 18th. Registration after August 18th is $999 per site. Trainings purchased individually are $199 per site.
*Per site purchase includes one link to the live webinar, as well as access to upload 50 users to access the recording and post-test. Certificates of completion and contact hours will be awarded to all participants after successful completion of the training post-tests.
Fazzi Associates, Inc. is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.