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The Wisconsin Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) Training Registry keeps track of those individuals who meet criteria of state-mandated trainings for assisted living.

As part of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's commitment to keeping the registry easily accessible, we have created a more navigable website with additional resources, better tools and a new design to support your work in Community-Based Residential Facilities. With this site, you are now able to upload class rosters electronically and pay all fees by credit card. This provides a faster turnaround time of your registry entries. Reflecting on our long standing commitment to innovative learning and continuous improvement, we welcome your feedback as we continue to improve this site.

Please call (920) 465-2497 or (920) 465-2772 or e-mail cbrfregistry@uwgb.edu for questions about the Wisconsin CBRF Training Registry.
 

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Effective April 1, 2009, Chapter DHS 83, Wisconsin Administrative Code for Community-Based Residential Facilities, was revised. Among the changes are requirements for both instructors and students of the four department-approved training topics (standard precautions, first aid and choking, fire safety, and medication administration), outlined in DHS 83.20. The requirements created standardized curriculum, an approval process for instructors, and a registry to track completion of the classes. In addition, an administrator course and train-the-trainer courses were developed.   

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The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay hosts, manages and maintains the CBRF registries.