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Healthcare apprenticeships

Career One Stop occupation profile (salaries, employment outlooks, and more) with a video about being a Healthcare Worker

U.S. Department of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship Programs in Healthcare

Examples of Guidelines for the design of apprenticeship programs

Examples of Instructional materials for apprenticeship programs

  • Lab Safety (Connecticut): This presentation teaches you about hazards, safety procedures, ways to protect yourself and prevent exposure. A pre-test and post-test are also included.
  • Evaluation and Management Coding – Levels of Service (Connecticut): In this presentation, you will learn to identify the correct CPT-4 codes that report services rendered by various types of providers. A pre-test and post-test are also included.
  • Success Skills for Certified Nurse Aids (CNAs) Video Series (Montana): Here are five short videos on soft skills training for Certified Nurse Assistants. Each one covers a topic essential to workplace success, including Leadership, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Communication, Professionalism and Organization and Time Management. The videos can be used for staff training at orientation, in in-service training, or one on one.
  • Basic First Aid eLearning Simulation (Texas): This simulation is designed to enhance and illustrate basic first aid for healthcare students who have received initial instruction or information on this topic. This is accomplished through nine illustrated simulations that show individuals needing basic first aid. Students are asked to respond to each simulation to determine their knowledge of basic first aid guidelines and processes.
  • Nutritional Math: Food Service Equations (Connecticut): This simulation is designed to help you practice different math equations that are used in nutrition. Here we learn about food service and management math equations.
  • Missoula MT program (Montana): The LEAD program is designed to help employees gain awareness of their thoughts and actions, and how those impact those around them, with the overall goal of creating a positive and productive work environment.
  • 152 Healthcare Simulations (Connecticut): Using online and technology enabled learning modules to help program participants develop stacked and latticed credentials the consortium revised existing certificate/degree programs and created fifteen new programs to meet these health care needs.
  • 37 SkillBites (Colorado): Skill Bites are innovative and sophisticated simulations that provide engaging interaction for students and give them a virtual “hands-on” experience that offers a deeper level of learning.
  • 10 Online Learning Simulations (Texas): Simulations in healthcare, which can be used to enhance course materials at secondary, post-secondary, and professional levels.

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