LGBT Resident Rights Training

QCHF is proud to offer the nation's leading LGBTQ training class for healthcare providers, skilled nursing facilities, hospitals, and medical professionals. Required for all California healthcare professionals, not just skilled nursing professionals, the class is particularly targeted towards the care of our aging population.

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AHCA Infection Preventionist Specialized Training - IPCO

AHCA is ready to help you meet the new Infection Preventionist specialized training requirement finalized by CMS in the Reform of Requirements of Participation for Long Term Care Facilities.  This course provides specialized training for healthcare professionals who seek to serve as Infection Preventionists. Through this Infection Preventionist Specialized Training (IPCO) course, individuals will be specially trained to effectively implement and manage an Infection Prevention and Control Program at their center. 

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

QCHF, in partnership with Mariposa Training, has developed two webinars to meet the new requirements for Sexual Harassment Prevention Training presented by content expert, Catherine Mattice Zundel, SPHR, SHRM-SCP. This course is required by California law, SB1300, and must occur by Jan 1, 2021.

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Webinar - Part 1

Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Webinar - Part 2

Gero Nurse Prep

This online training course is designed to prepare RNs who care for elders to attain 
board certification in Gerontological Nursing (RN-BC) by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). This course equips RNs with a broad array of clinical knowledge, skills and competencies that are tested on the ANCC certification exam and essential for quality gerontological nursing practice and leadership of elder care teams.

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Nursing Home Infection Preventionist Training Course

This course will provide infection prevention and control (IPC) training for individuals responsible for IPC programs in nursing homes so they can effectively implement their programs and ensure adherence to recommended practices by front-line staff.  The course will include information about the core activities of an effective IPC program, with a detailed explanation of recommended IPC practices to prevent pathogen transmission and reduce healthcare-associated infections and antibiotic resistance in nursing homes.  Additionally, this course will provide helpful implementation resources (e.g., training tools, checklists, signs, and policy and procedure templates). 

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