NOTE: The CBRF employee training registry does not certify that a person is eligible to work in a CBRF. Employers also need to check the Wisconsin Caregiver Misconduct Registry:
The Wisconsin Caregiver Misconduct Registry is a record of the names of nurse aides and other non-credentialed caregivers with a substantiated finding of caregiver misconduct (abuse or neglect of a client or misappropriation of a client’s property). Information on the Registry should be reviewed regularly to determine appropriate hiring and employment decisions.
The Employee Registry contains the names of all individuals who have successfully completed any or all of the department-approved trainings on or after April 1, 2010.
NOTE: For privacy reasons, the Employee Registry does not publish personal identifying information. When two or more individuals with the same name are listed on the registry, contact UW Oshkosh at CBRFtrng@uwosh.edu for further verification.
DHS 83.20(1)(b) requires that "the CBRF shall maintain documentation of the four department-approved trainings, including the instructor approval number, the name of the employee, training topic and the date training was completed." This requirement applies to training conducted by approved trainers on or after April 1, 2010.
To meet this requirement, access the Employee Registry, print the page containing the employee’s name and training information, and place a copy of the page in the employee’s file. State survey staff will not accept any other form of verification as meeting the requirement for employees completing department-approved training on or after April 1, 2010.
NOTE: To print a single page containing the employee’s name and training information, follow these steps:
If these instructions don't work with your printer, refer to your owner's manual.