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Become an Instructor

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Integral Role

Ensure the well-being and safety of residents by learning to become a CBRF instructor.

Our mission at the Registry is to ensure the well-being and safety of residents that live in Wisconsin's CBRF facilities. When you become an approved instructor, you play an integral role in fulfilling this mission by ensuring the required curriculum is consistently taught.

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Instructor Dashboard

To apply as an instructor, renew your approval or manage your classes, please log into the Instructor Dashboard. Protocols for classroom, testing, evaluation, employee and instructor Registry expectations are also available in the dashboard. 

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What to Expect

You can become an instructor in one or more of the four state-mandated course areas:

  • Standard Precautions
  • Fire Safety
  • First Aid & Choking
  • Medication Administration & Management

To become an instructor, you must meet one of the options for qualification criteria for each of the courses. Once you are approved you will receive access to training materials and guides for yourself and the participants.

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You can be approved as an instructor if you are a licensed professional or have taken a Registry-approved Train-the-Trainer or have experience or relevant education in the course area.

Learn How to Qualify

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If you are approved as an instructor, you are approved for two years. After that, you must renew your approval every two years. You may renewal up to three months prior expiration.

Get Renewed

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Distance Learning Policy

If you need to use distance learning options, you must receive prior approval from the Registry.

See Policy

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If you don't have the professional qualifications to qualify as an instructor, you can work with a training consultant to get approved.

Find Out How

Train-the-Trainer Programs

For individuals who would like to take an approved Train-the-Trainer Program, contact one of the listed approved programs.

Approved Programs

Contact the Registry

If you have any inquiries or require assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to the Registry. Our staff members are available to provide guidance and support.


Call the Registry at (920) 465-2315.

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