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CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates - Both Days
CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates - Both Days CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates
Workshop Title: CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates

LOCATION OF THIS COURSE: Heather Ridge Golf Club
13521 E. Iliff Avenue
Aurora, CO 80014

Please – no walk-ins and no refunds due to no-shows.


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Attendance at either Day One or Day Two is available with approximate course content information below.

Workshop Goals
The goal of this workshop is to provide the fundamentals of Home Care Management for compliance with both Initial and Annual Training requirements by CDPHE for Administrators, Managers and Alternates.

Workshop Content



Each Certificate Workshop offers a four part curriculum, with interactive discussions, presentations and case studies. Each participant receives a comprehensive manual and lunch. The curriculum includes:



DAY ONE PROGRAM - 4 CEUs

Home Care industry overview for both the national level and in Colorado, Provider Types, Licensure Classification, Certification & Accreditation options, Agency definitions allowed in documentation.
Regulatory Responsibilities with Licensure Standards, Key Federal, State & Local laws and regulations.
Consumer Rights, How to demonstrate Consumer Understanding; Advance Directives, Abuse & Neglect Training, Limitations of PCW care versus health care services in Colorado.
Questions & Answers, Evaluation, Competency Exam

DAY TWO PROGRAM - 4 CEUs
Governing Body, Administrator/Manager, and PAC Responsibilities
Complaint/Occurrence/Incident Reporting, Investigation & Resolution
Quality Management Plan Development/Risk Management/Quality Improvement
Questions & Answers, Evaluation, Competency Exam



Workshop Objectives
You will learn the skills necessary to show a clear understanding and appropriate application of Licensure Standards. After this course, you will be able to:

▪ List three reasons for the need for licensure
▪ Identify differences between skilled and non-skilled services
▪ Utilize at least five concepts of written notice of consumer rights in the home care setting
▪ Identify 3 responsibilities of the Governing Board, Administrator/Manager & PAC.
▪ Define ongoing training program components for PCWs, CNAs, Administrators, Managers & Alternates
▪ Demonstrate at least 4 needs of a compliant Quality Management Program
▪ Understand components of the home care / post-acute care industry on both a national and state level
▪ Define the term, “minimum standards” and how it applies to your daily operations,
▪ Describe how to locate Chapter 26 and 2 in the Colorado Code of Regulations and briefly describe content of each,
▪ Define the term “consumer” as used in Licensure standards,
▪ Compare and contrast License classification types A and B and legal limits of services therein,
▪ Illustrate dually regulated home care and what that means,
▪ Communicate the key points in 18 federal laws that affect the aged, infirm & disabled,
▪ Consider at least 5 components required in handling Complaints/Incidents/Occurrences,
▪ Depict similarities of the Quality & Risk Management Programs,
▪ List at least 10 documents required to present to surveyors upon the initiation of an unannounced survey,
▪ Distinguish between an organization’s bylaws and articles of incorporation (organization),
▪ Describe client rights of LEP or Limited English Proficiency,


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Continuing Education Units
Each attendee receives up to eight (8) Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) and a Certificate of Attendance at the completion of the workshop, course evaluation and competency exam.
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CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates

Workshop Title: CDPHE-approved Basic 8-Hour Training for Administrators/Managers/Alternates
Date(s): Tuesday, 12/18 & Wednesday, 12/19
Registration Begins: 9:30 am
Schedule: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Heather Ridge Golf Club
13521 E. Iliff Avenue 
Aurora, CO 80014

Please be sure you look at the calendar – no refunds once payment is made. You can attend another course within the same calendar year.


This workshop is available live as a two-day course only so that requirement for eight (8) hours of face-to-face training is met.  However, the content  flow allows attendance at Day One or Day Two in any order.  Kindly note that in the event of insufficient registrants, the course date may move and/or merge with another date.

Workshop Goals

The goal of this workshop is to provide the fundamentals of Home Care Management for compliance with both Initial and Annual Training requirements by CDPHE for Administrators, Managers and Alternates.

Workshop Content

Each Certificate Workshop offers a four part curriculum, with interactive discussions, presentations and case studies. Each participant receives a comprehensive manual and lunch. The curriculum includes:

DAY ONE PROGRAM - 4 CEUs

  DAY TWO PROGRAM - 4 CEUs
Administrator role to plan, direct, supervise and coordinate, post-acute care industry overview, Content of Ch. 2 & 26, Provider Types, Licensure Classification, Certification & Accreditation options, Agency definitions allowed in documentation.

Governing Body duties, Administrator/Manager duties, and PAC Responsibilities, Meeting minutes, survey readiness, document presentation to surveyors, annual evaluation, 

Regulatory Responsibilities with Licensure Standards, Key Federal, State & Local laws and regulations; Consumer Rights, How to demonstrate Consumer Understanding;

Training requirements all staff, Complaint,Occurrence,Incident, Grievance Reporting, Investigation & Resolution, evidence of action taken

 Advance Directives, Abuse & Neglect Training, Limitations of PCW care versus health care services in Colorado.

Quality Management Program overview, similarities to risk Management, required content,evidence for QMP presentation, quality Improvement

Questions & Answers, Evaluation, Competency Exam

Questions & Answers, Evaluation, Competency Exam

Workshop Objectives

You will learn the skills necessary to show a clear understanding and appropriate application of Licensure Standards. After this course, you will be able to:

  • List three reasons for the need for licensure and surveyor focus
  • Identify at least ten differences between skilled and non-skilled services
  • Utilize at least five concepts of written notice of consumer rights
  • Describe how to locate Chapter 26 and 2 in the Colorado Code of Regulations and briefly describe content of each
  • Identify responsibilities of the Governing Board, Administrator/Manager & PAC
  • Define survey readiness and describe the meaning
  • List ongoing training program components for PCWs, CNAs, Administrators, Managers & Alternates
  • Define meaning of ongoing training
  • Identify at least 4 needs of a compliant Quality Management Program


Continuing Education Units

Each attendee receives up to eight (8) Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) and a Certificate of Attendance at the completion of the workshop, course evaluation and competency exam.