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General Technology

Posted by SuperUser Account on September 16, 2013
Technology serves as an integral part of today's world whether you are aware of where it is used or not. Technology surrounds us in our daily lives. Being able to use technology can only enhance your personal and professional life. This series of courses works as an introduction to basic technology concepts as well as covering new concepts emerging in technology. This series does not require any previous knowledge. Sign-up today and unlock your potential.
  • Windows 8
  • Google Drive
  • Simple Blogging
  • Navigating LinkedIn
  • MS Office 2012 - Excel
  • MS Office 2012 - PowerPoint
  • MS Office 2012 - Word
  • Podcasting
  • USB & External Hard Drives
  • Prezi
  • General iPad
  • Searching on the Internet
Tags: Series, Computers, New Courses

Van Safety (12 and 15 Passenger)

Posted by SuperUser Account on September 16, 2013
This course will highlight the differences between a car and a 12- to 15-passenger van. This course will include additional braking distance, maneuvering a van including backing up as well as the use of mirrors and turn signals, preventing rollover and more.
30 to 60 Minutes Purchase Subscription
Tags: Health and Safety, New Courses

Hospice Eligibility and Benefits

Posted by SuperUser Account on September 16, 2013
This course provides an overview of hospice, who is eligible as well as services provided.
30 to 60 Minutes Purchase Subscription
Tags: Health and Safety, New Courses

Driving Safety

Posted by SuperUser Account on September 16, 2013
This course will provide information for keeping both driver and vehicle in good condition. It includes defensive driving techniques, the hazards of distracted driving as well as driving in inclement weather and more.
30 to 60 Minutes Purchase Subscription
Tags: Health and Safety, New Courses

Care of the Actively Dying Resident

Posted by SuperUser Account on July 11, 2014
This educational activity is designed for healthcare professionals who provide quality care to residents at the end of life. Depending on cultural and or religious beliefs, death can have different meanings which could impact the interventions of providing for the dying resident and/or their family members. This one-hour educational activity will increase awareness of resident choice and treatment, as well as provide long-term care professionals information and tools on signs and symptoms of approaching death, The Five Tasks, and the psychosocial needs of the resident and their family or loved ones.
1 hour 1 AFC CEUs Purchase Subscription
Tags: New Courses, New CEU Course, Direct Care, Health and Safety, AFC CEU
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