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Training & eTracking Solutions SW CPE No. 0234 has received approval from the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work to offer continuing education to licensed social workers, effective July 3, 2015 through June 30, 2021.
This training is considered self-study.
Licensed Master Social Workers (LMSW) and Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) must complete 36 hours of approved continuing education courses for each triennial registration period. No more than 12 hours of continuing education activities may consist of self-study educational activities from New York State Education Department approved providers.
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ATTENTION: Training & eTracking Solutions SW CPE #0234 has received conditional approval from the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work to offer continuing education to licensed social workers, effective Jul, 3, 2015. The Department may subsequently notify the provider that a particular course or courses is/are not acceptable. This conditional approval is in effect until the Department makes a final determination to approve or deny the provider application.
Assisted Living Managers at facilities with five or more beds must complete 20 hours of continuing education every two years. This package allows the flexibility of picking your own topics while you increase you knowledge and skills.
This short course will demonstrate the proper way to wear a face mask, and what things to avoid doing.
It’s a fact of life – accidents happen. True as that statement may be, it’s equally true that many, if not most, accidents can be prevented. This training course will focus on various ways to prevent common accidents, as well as what to do if and when an accident does occur. From fire safety to preparing an effective emergency disaster plan, it’s best to be prepared for anything and everything. We will discuss a variety of topics, including basic first aid, safe lifting and fall prevention.
Losing someone we care about to an act of violence is heartbreaking, and it’s easy to think it could never happen to us. Unfortunately, recent current events continue to remind us that we are not immune to these types of tragedies.
This course is meant for all of us – employees and managers alike – because it’s always better to be prepared to respond to an active shooter situation. In this training course, you will learn about what to do in an active shooter situation, and how to prepare for an emergency, just in case. Remember, being aware, and as prepared as possible are the keys to helping protect ourselves, our employees, our customers, and our friends and loved ones.
In this course, you will learn about adaptive equipment. We will discuss how adaptive equipment can be used to help the people you serve and show examples of the adaptive equipment you will often encounter on the job.
In this course, you will learn about adaptive equipment and how this equipment can be used to help the individuals you support. We will also review the protocols that have been put in place by the Department of Disabilities Services (DDS) and Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) to establish the standards and guidelines by which providers can and will be sanctioned if their performance related to the procurement, repair or maintenance of adaptive equipment is deficient or poses a serious threat to the health, safety and wellbeing of the individuals who receive services.
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