Information for Providers
NEW As of April 15, 2013
The Quality Assurance Committee has established the maximum length of the teaching day for CBRF instructors and employees. Instructors and employees are restricted to a maximum of 8 class hours of training in a single day.
The only exception to this maximum is the Medication Administration class. It is not recommended to train the entire Medication Administration class in one day, but it is understood that occasionally it is necessary. Instructors are permitted to teach the Medication Administration class in one day only when it is not possible to split it over two (2) days.
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Ch. DHS 83.20(1) requires that, effective April 1, 2010, all training for Standard Precautions, Fire Safety, First Aid and Choking and Medication Administration and Management must be approved by the Division of Quality Assurance (DQA) or their designee and must be taught by instructors approved by the department or their designee. Any training programs approved before April 1, 2009 expired on April 1, 2010. DQA has appointed the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh as their designee.
To meet the requirements of DHS 83.20(1), additional information is provided below:
Effective April 1, 2010, only instructors approved by UW Oshkosh may provide the four department-approved trainings.
Several reports within the Instructor Registry are available for providers.
See the Regional Map to identify training regions.
NOTE: Providers may print the registry page containing the name and status of any approved instructor. State survey staff also will use the registries for verification.
A CBRF employee who completes any or all of the four department-approved trainings on or after April 1, 2010 must be added to the Employee Registry.
Approved instructors are required to submit the names of students who successfully complete a department-approved training to UW Oshkosh within 10 business days (within 10 business days for ARC First Aid and Choking) of training completion. The instructor also must submit a fee of $15 (as of June 13, 2011) for each student in each training. The provider determines who pays the fees.
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If you believe that the training your employee attended was conducted improperly in any way, you may file a complaint by completing the Complaint Form.