Courses

HealthTrainU™ offers personalized courses for all industry professionals.

Every HealthTrainU™ course stands alone and a certificate is awarded upon successful completion (score of 80% or better).

While HealthTrainU™ is an IACET Accredited Provider (AP), some courses are also approved or accepted by other credentialing agencies. Look for your organization beside the course title.*

*Pre-ATP means RESNA will accept the course for credit prior to taking the ATP exam. RA means RESNA has accepted that course for post-ATP credit. HealthTrainU™ has been approved as an Accredited Provider by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Your national or state association credentialing needs may be different. Always check to verify that IACET CEUs will fulfill those credentialing requirements.

Click here for a printable list of HealthTrainU courses.

Courses identified with a red "*" signify the course references an ACHC Standard.

HOME HEALTH (Approved by the Virginia Nurses Association)

  • HH 162 DMEPOS Product/Supply Selection: Information for Home Health Provider *
  • HH 226 Customer Service: Fast Facts for Home Health
  • HH 232 Quality Customer Service for Home Health
  • HH 234 Telephone Courtesy and Customer Service for Home Health
  • HH 236 Grief: Its' Impact on Home Health
  • HH 238 Taking the Home Health Customer's Perspective
  • HH 240 Common Courtesy and Professionalism for Home Health in the Home *
  • HH 251 Durable Medical Equipment/Home Medical Equipment in the Home Health Environment
  • HH 253 Rehab Equipment in the Home Health Environment
  • HH 255 Respiratory Equipment in the Home Health Environment
  • HH 452 Developing an Emergency Preparedness Program (EPP) for Home Health *
  • HH 454 Preventing Workplace Violence in Home Health *
  • HH 456 Fire Prevention Planning for Home Health Agencies *
  • HH 462 Fall Prevention Strategies for Home Health Agencies *
  • HH 512 Respect, Confidentiality and Patient Rights for Home Health *
  • HH 514 Safety and Readiness in the Home Health Environment *
  • HH 520 Compliance in the Home Health Industry: Medicare *
  • HH 522 Infection Control & Air/Bloodborne Pathogens for Home Health *
  • HH 532 Cultural Diversity & Communication/Language Barriers in Home Health *
  • HH 540 Quality Assurance and Performance Improvements (QAPI) in Home Health *
  • Coming Soon:
  • HH 360 Understanding COPD for Home Health *
  • HH 362 Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease *
  • HH 556 Ethics and the Law for Health Care Professionals *

BASICS OF CUSTOMER SERVICE

  • CS 101 Quality Customer Service
  • CS 102 Telephone Courtesy and Customer Service
  • CS 103 Grief: Its Impact on Your Customers and You
  • CS 104 Taking the Customer's Perspective
  • CS 106 Customer Service: Fast Facts
  • CS 107 Common Courtesy and Professionalism in the Home *
  • CS 401 Customer Service Refresher

CERTIFIED DME SPECIALIST

COMPLEX REHAB TECHNOLOGY

DRIVER/DELIVERY TECHNICIAN

DURABLE MEDICAL EQUIPMENT

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

HME: INDUSTRY and SERVICES OVERVIEW

SAFETY, COMPLIANCE, AND ANNUAL TRAINING

PROVIDER ENHANCED PATIENT CARE

MANAGEMENT IN THE HME INDUSTRY

ORTHOTICS

PROFESSIONAL/PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

FOUNDATIONS OF REIMBURSEMENT

RETAIL - SALES

REHAB/RESPIRATORY REPAIR

ATP/RTS/RESNA REHAB COURSES

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES - PRINCIPLES and PRACTICES

RESPIRATORY THERAPY

ANNUAL REVIEW COURSES

Special Programs

COMPETENCY CHECKLIST - EQUIPMENT

COMPETENCY CHECKLIST - PERSONNEL

Please Note:

All credentialing, licensing, and accreditation agencies reserve the right to accept or deny any ongoing education that does not meet their continuing education criteria. Please do not select courses that you have previously submitted to your accrediting body for your certification.