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Series Circuits, Parallel Circuits, and Power

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Accidents in long-term care facilities carry a high price. Focusing on preventing accidents before they occur is the best way to ensure everyone's safety. Working safely is the responsibility of every employee in your facility.

External factors provide additional reasons to make safety a priority. OSHA's regulatory involvement and the rising costs of workers' compensation are two good reasons why everyone who works in long-term care facilities should better educate themselves about responsibilities concerning safety.

Residents' health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to help protect them and their sense of well-being. Make sure you educate and inform yourself to make sure your facility is as accident-free as possible.

Before taking this course, a pre-assessment quiz will help you measure your understanding of safety practices and help you consider your facility's protocol for addressing accident prevention. After taking this course, a final exam of five multiple-choice questions will measure your knowledge of strategies you use at your facility to safeguard resident health and quality of life by promoting safety.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care, including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Relate your shared responsibility for ensuring safety in your facility.
- Distinguish between safe and unsafe work practices in various health care settings.
- Develop strategies for preventing accidents before they occur.
- Identify the steps to take if an accident does occur.

This course covers the following topics:


Module 1 Introduction: Safety First
Module 2 Prevention
Module 3 Accident Response
Module 4 Applying Safe Practices in Your Facility
Module 5 Conclusion


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You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

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18202ItemBeanA Commitment to Safety

Accidents in long-term care facilities carry a high price. Focusing on preventing accidents before they occur is the best way to ensure everyone's safety. Working safely is the responsibility of every employee in your facility.

External factors provide additional reasons to make safety a priority. OSHA's regulatory involvement and the rising costs of workers' compensation are two good reasons why everyone who works in long-term care facilities should better educate themselves about responsibilities concerning safety.

Residents' health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to help protect them and their sense of well-being. Make sure you educate and inform yourself to make sure your facility is as accident-free as possible.

Before taking this course, a pre-assessment quiz will help you measure your understanding of safety practices and help you consider your facility's protocol for addressing accident prevention. After taking this course, a final exam of five multiple-choice questions will measure your knowledge of strategies you use at your facility to safeguard resident health and quality of life by promoting safety.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care, including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Relate your shared responsibility for ensuring safety in your facility.
- Distinguish between safe and unsafe work practices in various health care settings.
- Develop strategies for preventing accidents before they occur.
- Identify the steps to take if an accident does occur.

This course covers the following topics:


Module 1 Introduction: Safety First
Module 2 Prevention
Module 3 Accident Response
Module 4 Applying Safe Practices in Your Facility
Module 5 Conclusion


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You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

01765120244ItemBeanUnderstanding the Regulation of Electronic Communication

Innovations in the area of electronic communications over the last few decades have altered how people communicate with each other. These innovations have brought, and continue to bring, new challenges to FINRA members in the establishment of supervisory systems and procedures for electronic communications that are reasonably designed to achieve compliance with applicable federal securities laws and self regulatory organization (SRO) rules.

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Learning objectives:
- Lesson 1: INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SAFETY- What is Food Safety?
- Lesson 2: FOOD-BORNE DISEASE, FOOD SPOILAGE- Micro-Organisms
- Lesson 3: CONTAMINATION- Three Kinds of Contamination
- Lesson 4: FOOD AND TEMPERATURE CONTROL- High-Risk Foods- Food Allergies and Allergens- Preservation- Temperature Contro
- Lesson 5: PERSONAL HYGIENE- Employee Health and Hygiene
- Lesson 6: PURCHASING, RECEIVING, AND STORING FOODS- Purchasing- Receiving- Storage
- Lesson 7: CLEANING AND DISINFECTION- Cleaning and Sanitising
- Lesson 8: PEST CONTROL- Pest Control- Eradication- Prevention
- Lesson 9: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION- Building Design- Floors, Walls, and Ceilings- Equipment

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? Attainment of the Learning Outcomes will be assessed by a multiple-choice examination. A candidate who is able to satisfy the learning outcomes will be awarded a score of at least 20/30 in the examination. The multiple choice examination is provided by The Society. The examination consists of 30 questions. The duration of the examination is forty minutes.
? Suggested Reading:
o Aston, G. 2001. The Food Hygiene Handbook. Eaton Publications.
o Donaldson, R.J. 1999. Essential Food Hygiene (3rd Edition)
o Royal Society for the Promotion of Health 2002. Food Hygiene Tutor Pack
o Sprenger, R.A. 2008. Food Hygiene Handbook (25th Edition) Highfield.co.uk Ltd

5000022206ItemBeanUnderstanding 403(b) Plans

A 403(b) account is a retirement savings plan, or tax shelter, for employees of tax exempt organizations, public school systems, civil government, and not-for-profit employees scientific, religious organizations, employee of a state or local government who is employed by a school (a local school system or state college or university) and those of cooperative hospital services. Generally, a 403b plan is the nonprofit organization's equivalent of the 401k.

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Family, work, dreams…we all must have something meaningful to keep us going. Long-term care residents are no different. A life without meaningful activity threatens to become a life that does not feel worth living. It is the job of every long-term caregiver to help residents find meaningful activities to fill their waking hours. This is as crucial to residents' overall health as any other form of care.

Understanding your role in helping residents find meaningful activity in their lives will not only help you improve your residents' overall quality of life but also benefit your sense of satisfaction on the job.

Before taking this course, a pre-assessment quiz will help you measure your understanding of how to provide residents with opportunities for meaningful activity and help you consider your facility's protocol for addressing this situation. After taking this course, a final exam of five multiple-choice questions will measure your knowledge of strategies used at your facility to help residents find meaningful activities that will enhance their lives.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care, including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Describe what meaningful activity means.
- Explain a resident's role in choosing meaningful activities.
- Relate how and why residents benefit from meaningful activity.
- Develop opportunities for residents to participate in meaningful activities.

This course covers the following topics:

Module 1 Introduction
Module 2 Different Strokes for Different Folks
Module 3 Meaningful Activities Benefit Everyone Involved


25.001-11

n/a

You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

122211Self Paced CourseOnline Interactive1

You will not be required to pass the quizzes to continue to the next lesson.

Congratulations for successfully completing the course. You may now close this window. Your certificate of completion will be available for printing when you next log in to the system.

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22212ItemBeanMeaningful Work

Family, work, dreams…we all must have something meaningful to keep us going. Long-term care residents are no different. A life without meaningful activity threatens to become a life that does not feel worth living. It is the job of every long-term caregiver to help residents find meaningful activities to fill their waking hours. This is as crucial to residents' overall health as any other form of care.

Understanding your role in helping residents find meaningful activity in their lives will not only help you improve your residents' overall quality of life but also benefit your sense of satisfaction on the job.

Before taking this course, a pre-assessment quiz will help you measure your understanding of how to provide residents with opportunities for meaningful activity and help you consider your facility's protocol for addressing this situation. After taking this course, a final exam of five multiple-choice questions will measure your knowledge of strategies used at your facility to help residents find meaningful activities that will enhance their lives.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care, including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Describe what meaningful activity means.
- Explain a resident's role in choosing meaningful activities.
- Relate how and why residents benefit from meaningful activity.
- Develop opportunities for residents to participate in meaningful activities.

This course covers the following topics:

Module 1 Introduction
Module 2 Different Strokes for Different Folks
Module 3 Meaningful Activities Benefit Everyone Involved


0.001-11

n/a

You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

022212Self Paced CourseOnline Interactive1

You will not be required to pass the quizzes to continue to the next lesson.

Congratulations for successfully completing the course. You may now close this window. Your certificate of completion will be available for printing when you next log in to the system.

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2165622213ProductBeanDementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning

Many types of dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease, affect a large percentage of residents in long-term care facilities. Yet, only 60% of residents have undergone an effective screening to test their cognitive abilities. Based on these statistics, it is imperative that all of us recognize the signs and stages of dementia, understand the effects it can have on care-giving, and identify measures to provide the best possible care through individualized and structured programs.

Your number one priority is your residents' health. Your residents and their families trust you to help protect individuals and their health. Understanding dementia and the tools used for tracking the progression of the disease will help you to be proactive in planning and providing for the unique needs of residents with dementia. Above all, educating and informing yourself can help you make sure you give your residents the best care possible.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

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Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Define common types of dementia.
- Summarize how the Global Deterioration Scale can help you track the progression of dementia.
- Identify how common behaviors associated with dementia affect care planning.
- Discuss the importance of structured programs.

This course covers the following topics:

Module 1 How Dementia Affects Care Planning
Module 2 Dementia
Module 3 Global Deterioration Scale
Module 4 Affects on Care-Giving
Module 5 Structured Programs for Residents with Dementia
Module 6 Conclusion


25.001-11

n/a

You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

122213Self Paced CourseOnline Interactive1

You will not be required to pass the quizzes to continue to the next lesson.

Congratulations for successfully completing the course. You may now close this window. Your certificate of completion will be available for printing when you next log in to the system.

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22214ItemBeanDementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning

Many types of dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease, affect a large percentage of residents in long-term care facilities. Yet, only 60% of residents have undergone an effective screening to test their cognitive abilities. Based on these statistics, it is imperative that all of us recognize the signs and stages of dementia, understand the effects it can have on care-giving, and identify measures to provide the best possible care through individualized and structured programs.

Your number one priority is your residents' health. Your residents and their families trust you to help protect individuals and their health. Understanding dementia and the tools used for tracking the progression of the disease will help you to be proactive in planning and providing for the unique needs of residents with dementia. Above all, educating and informing yourself can help you make sure you give your residents the best care possible.

This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

- Define common types of dementia.
- Summarize how the Global Deterioration Scale can help you track the progression of dementia.
- Identify how common behaviors associated with dementia affect care planning.
- Discuss the importance of structured programs.

This course covers the following topics:

Module 1 How Dementia Affects Care Planning
Module 2 Dementia
Module 3 Global Deterioration Scale
Module 4 Affects on Care-Giving
Module 5 Structured Programs for Residents with Dementia
Module 6 Conclusion


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n/a

You will be required to pass the final exam with a 70%.

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