Training Certificates for OCFS, LDSS, and other Medical Professionals
Infection Control & Barrier Precautions, Education for Prescribing Controlled Substances, and Child Abuse Reporter Training
Meet Your New York Continuing Requirements Quickly & Affordably.

NYSED Approved Provider Required Courses offers the required certificates for medical professionals in New York State. All of these courses are listed below. The Child Abuse: New York Mandated Reporter Training course is required by a multitude of professions, including medical related professionals:

This course discusses 1) The process of transmission of infectious pathogens, 2) Basic infection control procedures and techniques, 3) How specific infectious pathogens are transmitted and the infection control procedures/techniques used to prevent their transmission, 4) Hospital-acquired infections – e.g.., specific pathogens like influenza and pneumonia, 5) Treatment of occupational exposure to hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV), and HIV, and 6) Sepsis.

This course follows the required curriculum and materials provided in the mandated reporter trainer’s resource guide, identifying and reporting child abuse and maltreatment/neglect, which was developed by the research foundation of SUNY/BSC/CDHS.

The purpose of this course is to prepare health care providers to deliver care to patients experiencing acute and chronic pain. The course will review the appropriate use of controlled substances and discuss the management of patients in palliative care and at the end of life. The course will also discuss the role of prescriber in preventing and assessing for drug abuse and addiction.