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Human Resources "Staff Training (Internal In-services)"

Completed by the DON or qualified staff

 (Education Coordinator)

Staff Application Pack

(For all disciplines)

(Minimum order 5 / discipline)

Ready to use, updated as required, only $ 2.59 each

Training In your Office

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Every month your Agency must comply with the in-office training to your staff.

All year long all the following TRAININGS (In-SERVICES) must be completed under the supervision of the Agency's Director of Nursing or Education Manager.


CALENDAR of In-services (Monthly, must be posted in the Agency's Board)

Calendar of In-services

Attendance RecordAttendance Record


New CoPs training: 2018 Medicare CoPs training


Aide staff Changes in Skin Condition training: Aide Staff Skin changes training


FULL YEAR TRAININGS: Materials for the training, Certificates:

JANUARY: Infection Control, Handwashing, Bag Technique, TB Precautions, Exposure Plan, Bloodborne Pathogens, Biomedical Waste Protocol, Evaluation.. (All field staff)

Infection/TB Control Training     Biomedical waste training


Handwashing training                 Bloodborne Training  

Bag technique, Patient Assessment, Handwashing procedures/staff training:

Bag Assessment Handwashing       


Prevent Exposure in Unsafe Conditions        Prevent Latex Allergies

Tips for Reducing Exposure to Bloodborne Pathognes

Tips for Reducing Risks From Environmental Exposures

FEBRUARY: Cultural Background, Belief, Grievance/Complaints, Incident Reporting, Conflict of Interest, Advanced Directives, Abuse Reporting, Handling Barrier to Communicate, Conflift of Interest.

Cultural Background, Complaints, Incident, Abuse, etc.

MARCH: Medical Device Act, Home Instrument Use and Maintenance

Medical Device       Home Instrument Use/Mtn

APRIL: Fraud Prevention, Compliance Guidelines, Reporting. Sexual Harassment Prevention

Fraud Prevention/Compliance          Harassment Prevention training                     

MAY: Emergency In-Service, Hazard Vulnerability, Disaster Drill, OSHA Compliance, OSHA Hazard Communication (Right to Know)

Emergency In-Service                  


JUNE: Ethical Issue, HIPAA Compliance

Ethical Issue       HIPAA Guidelines

JULY: Safety Management Plan, Staff and Patient (Home Care Environment), Office Staff Safety Training. PLEASE select according your Accreditation body.

State (No Accreditation)                                        CHAP

Safety Management Training      Safety Management training (CHAP)

Joint Commission                                                  ACHC

Safety Management Training      Safety Management Trainging (ACHC)

Office Staff Safety training                              

Office Staff Safety Training          Oxygen Precautions Training 


Prevent Driving-Related Injuries           Prevent Musculoskeletal Disorders   

 Prevent Violence on the Job                Prevent Needlestick and Sharps Injuries 

Safety With Clients With Dementia      Tips Reducing Strains, Sprains, & Falls  

AUGUST: Civil Rights Compliance, Bill of Rights, Home Care Professional Boundaries

State (No Accreditation)                                        CHAP

Civil, Bill or Rights training                  Civil, Bill of Rights training (ACHC)

Joint Commission                                                  ACHC

Civil, Bill of Rights training (JCHO)      Civil, Bill of Rights training (ACHC)

Home Care Professional Boundaries

Home Care Professional Boundaries

SEPTEMBER: Service Agreement/Conveying Charges. Influenza Vaccine training


Service Agreement/Conveying Charges       Influenza training

ADMINISTRATOR Responsibilities: Influenza Vaccine Rate Compliance Goal LOG

(must be posted in the Agency's Board, monthly)

Influenza Vaccine Goal Log

ADMINISTRATOR/HR: Staff Influenza Declination Analyzes, Report to PAC (Quarterly):

Influenza Declination Analyzes

OCTOBER: Home Health Information Technologies, Disease & Medication Specific Information

Information Technologies       Disease & Medication Specific

NOVEMBER:  Medication Management Program, Prevention Medical errors

 Medication Management       Prevention of Medical Errors

DECEMBER: Pain Management, Fall Prevention


Pain Management training        Fall Prevention Training


Patient guide to safe prescribed Opioids use

Extras Trainings:

Wound Care training                Laboratorey (CLIA) Training


Ebola training                           Zika Virus In-Service                      


IV Therapy In-Service                Covid-19 In-Service      


MonkeyPox In-Service  


Disclaimer: Every training material is only your Guide to complete each in-service, your DON/Education coordinator must review/approve the matetial, assure that the training/evaluation occur, the quorum is acceptable, and every staff had active participation in the discussion and trainings.

All Florida-licensed LPNs, RNs, CNAs, ARNPs, Therapists are now in a 24-month renewal cycle and must complete 24 hours of appropriate continuing education during each renewal period.

The 24 hours must include two (2) hours on Prevention of Medical Errors. HIV/AIDS is now a one-time, 1-hour CE requirement to be completed prior to the first renewal. Domestic Violence (DV) CE is now a 2-hour requirement every third renewal. Since Domestic Violence (DV) is a 2-hour requirement, the licensee will have 26 hours of CE during the renewal period when DV is taken. For example, if you renew your license on July 31, 2008 and completed DV during the 2006-2008 licensure cycle, you are required to complete the Domestic Violence CE before the July 31, 2014 renewal.

CPR: must be with life person (not on-line)

All home health aides employed by home health agencies must complete an HIV/AIDS training course. They also are required to obtain and maintain a current certificate in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).  Home health aides employed by Medicare and Medicaid home health agencies are required to have a total of 12 hours of in-service training during each 12-month period (this can be a calendar year or based on the date of hire).  The HIV/AIDS training and CPR training may be counted toward meeting the 12 hours of in-service training.

All CNAs must complete a minimum of 12 hours of in-service training each calendar year. Every 2 years, in-service training hours shall include, but are not limited to, the following areas: Bloodborne Pathogens, Infection Control, Domestic Violence, Medical Record Documentation and Legal Aspects Appropriate to Nursing Assistants, Resident Rights, Communication with cognitively impaired clients, CPR skills, Medical Error Prevention and Safety