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Ceu Certificates provides online compliance-based training for waiver providers.

Take the course, test, and print your verification of training.

You have found the most convenient way to take your required training, with online training and testing at your own pace.

Study from any computer: at home, at work, or at the library.

CEU Certificates can help you complete your training online today!

Choose from the options list below if purchasing individual courses

OR

Click Here if you are an Agency Administrator purchasing courses for your staff

Need help choosing a course? Click here to check out our downloadable Course Guide

  • Option 1 If you are NEW staff or applying for NEW provider certification
  • Option 2 If you are already providing services and need annual training:
    Take annually and submit certificates with provider recertification application
  • Option 3 If you only need MUI and Rights training
  • Option 4 If you provide HPC services and need only PCI, What matters to/for the Person, Person Centered Planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy, Behavior Support
  • Option 5 If you need only PCI, What matters to/for the Person, Person Centered Planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy
  • Option 6 Management of funds & Service Documentation
  • Option 7 If you need Day Array Orientation (First 90 Days)
  • Option 8 If you need Day Array First Year Training (First Year Training)
Required Eight Hour Training for NEW Staff or Providers (8hrs)
Course Content: Overview of DD services, Rights, PCI, What matters to/for the person, Person-centered planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy, IST,ISP, Trauma-informed Care/Non violent de-escalation, Behavior Support, Service Doc., H&W alerts, MUI/UI Intro to NADSP code of ethics, Universal Precautions/Safety
Annual Training for Current Staff or Providers (8hrs)
Course Content: PCI, What matters to/for the person, Rights of Individuals, Best Practices, Intro to NADSP Code of Ethics, Person-Centered Planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy, Behavior Support, ISP, IST, Service Doc., Trauma-informed Care, Non-violent de-escalation, MUI/UI #5123-17-02, Health & Welfare alerts, Universal Precautions and Fire/Weather Safety. (Take annually, submit with recertification application.)
Rights of Individuals and Major Unusual Incidents (MUI/UI) (3 hrs)
Course Content: Rights of Individuals (5123.62 to 5123.64 ORC) and Rule # 5123-17-02 Addressing Major Unusual Incidents and Unusual Incidents to Ensure Health, Welfare and Continuous Quality Improvement
Homemaker Personal Care (HPC) Annual Training (5 hrs)
Course Content: PCI, What matters to/for the person, Documentation, IST, Provider’s Role in Person-Centered Planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy; Behavior Support,; Trauma-informed Care, Non-violent De-escalation
Person-Centered Services (3 hrs)
Course Content: PCI, What Matters to/for the person, Person-Centered Planning, Community Integration, Self-determination, Self-advocacy, Agency perspective of person-centered services
Managing Individual's Funds, Service Documentation (2 hours)
Course Content: Managing Individual's Funds (per DODD rule #5123:2-2-07), Roles of team, provider, individual, Guidelines, Case Stories, Misappropriation and missing funds, Expectations during Admission, Service Delivery, and Disposition; Service Documentation
Orientation required in the first 90 days for: Adult Day Support; Career Planning; Group Employment Support; Individual Employment Support; & Vocational Habilitation. (8 hrs)
Agency Structure and Ethics, Components of Quality Care, Health/Safety, Positive Behavior Support, Service Definitions for Adult Day Support, Career Planning, Group Employment Support, Individual Employment Support, and Vocational Habilitation
Day Array Services First Year Training (8 hours)
Content includes: Mentor Pairing Guidelines, What is important to and for the individual; Management of individual's funds; Skill Building in independence, community membership, relationship-building and self-direction; Developing natural supports, and Self-Determination, in provision of Adult Day Support, Career Planning, Individual Employment Support, Group Employment Support, and Vocational Habilitation.

Contributing Authors

  • Debra K Shumard, M.A., CTRS (Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist) Director of Beyond Our Boundaries
  • Haley Burress, Master of Science in Recreation Administration, with Recreation Therapy Emphasis

Customer Testimonials

As a small organization, having access to the high quality online training CEU Certificates provides is critical. New staff are able to train for the position at their own pace and they always comment that the information in the classes is informative and helpful as they begin working with the individuals in our day program. Staff renewing their credentials are also able to do so at their own pace and we are able to keep the program open during the day hours, which is critical for our participants and many of their caregivers who rely on us while they are at work.

In addition, the classes clearly define the DODD rules and regulations they satisfy, making this part of our compliance review very smooth.

Thank you so much for this valuable resource!

-Betsey Zenk Nuseibeh, MEd, MM, MT-BC, NMT, Melodic Connections, Executive Director

Ceucertificates offers our agency an efficient, user-friendly training option that is easy for our staff to navigate. It streamlines our training process!

-Ashly Parsons, Program Coordinator, Independent Pathways