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Wisconsin Community-Based Care & Treatment Training Registry

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Compassion in Caring

We support caregivers and providers.

Wisconsin Community-Based Care and Treatment Training Registry is a web-based, centralized and publicly accessible registry that stores and maintains data records for caregiver and instructor training requirements in accordance with the latest Wisconsin administrative code. We also set industry training standards in community-based care, creating curriculum that leverages university resources.

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Easy Navigation

As part of our commitment to making 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 Wisconsin's community settings. 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.

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Please call (920) 465-2315 or email for questions about the Wisconsin Community-Based Care and Treatment Training Registry.

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New Online Trainings

Assisted Living Survey Process and
Who Am I: Assessment, ISP & Change of Condition

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Department of Quality Assurance, Bureau of Assisted Living, and UW-Green Bay are excited to announce new training opportunities for administrators and assisted living staff. The training is self-paced and available online. Additionally, these courses will be added to the Wisconsin Training Registry for easy verification of completion. Find out more about the trainings.

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Project Partners

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay hosts, manages and maintains the Wisconsin Training Registries.

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Why Was the Registry Created?

The Wisconsin Administrative Code for Community-Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) was revised with effect April 1, 2009 (DHS 83). Requirements were put in place for both instructors and students of the four department-approved training topics— standard precautions, first aid and choking, fire safety and medication administration (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. Several other types of community settings, that are regulated by DHS, are also now using this training to meet the state-mandated training requirements. Employees are encouraged to check the administrative code or the provider they are working for to see what training is required.

Motivated by Helping Others?

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Community Health Education

A community health educator’s mission is promoting wellness beyond hospitals and single patients—to build a healthier world through the study and improvement of health characteristics among specific populations.

Build a Better World

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Health Information Management & Technology

Information is a powerful tool for healing and improving patient outcomes. Even though you won't be working with patients directly, your expertise will help maintain the quality of their care by ensuring their information is accurate, accessible and secure.

Improve Patient Care

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Nursing & Health Studies

In uncertain times and world-changing events, this is certain—the demand and respect for nurses and healthcare professionals will only continue to grow. This is not a path for the faint of heart. Bring us your passion, and we’ll transform you into a healthcare professional.

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