HCQU Northwest Training Opportunities
AT Milestone HCQU Northwest, we offer trainings on a variety of subjects, in a variety of formats. Our trainings focus on physical health, behavioral health, safety, and more general topics such as team building, leadership, and assertiveness. Our goal is to help support staff get the information they need to help individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilites live happy, healthy lives.
Our trainings come in a variety of formats, including on-site instructor-led, home-study, and webinar. We plan to offer online trainings in the near future, as well. Trainings must be attended in their entirety to receive credit. We do not give partial credit for trainings.
Our courses are free-of-charge, with the exception of the Mental Health First Aid (Adult and Youth) trainings. We charge a small fee for these courses to help offset the cost of the materials needed. Our trainings are approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Office of Developmental Programs.
To see what instructor-led trainings we currently have available, click here.
If you are interested in any of the trainings from the Pennsylvania Dual Diagnosis Curriculum, click the link for more information.
To enroll in our home-study trainings, you must first have an account in the Milestone HCQU Northwest Training Portal. If you do not have an account, it's easy to sign up! Just click the image below:
For more detailed information on accessing our Training Portal, please refer to our User's Manual.
Thirsty (for Knowledge) Thursdays Webinar Series
We know how difficult it can be to find time to fit in all the training you need, which is why we offer a webinar series called "Thirsty (for Knowledge) Thursdays" - or Thirsty Thursdays for short.
These one-hour webinars will be presented the fourth Thursday of each month (4th day of the 4th week) at 10:00 and 2:00, and will run from January to October.
Our nest Thirsty Thursdays webinar will be taking place on June 27. Tim Juliano will talk about Alzheimer's disease. Then join Susan Swanson July 25 as she talks about urinary tract health. Connie Copley will round out the summer webinars on August 29 (one week later than normal) - topic yet to be determined.
To enroll in any of these webinars, please visit our training portal at http://northwesthcqu.learnupon.com. If you are unable to attend the webinar live, we will be recording it and offering it as an on-demand webinar in the near future.
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