Primary 4 Training Courses

Live Instructor-Led Virtual Courses Via Zoom

Community-based residential facilities need personnel who are qualified to render the right services. These individuals need to go through CBRF Training to equip themselves with the right skills to perform their jobs properly and better care for their residents. The CBRF Training focuses primarily on 4 crucial areas: Medication Administration, Standard Precautions, Fire Safety, First Aid and Choking

Our primary training (per individual) includes:

Participants who successfully complete the selected Primary 4 Training Courses are added to the Wisconsin Community-Based Care and Treatment Training Registry.


Primary 4 Training Courses

Medication Administration

One of the many important responsibilities given you is to assist with the administration of medications. To correctly fulfill this duty, you must understand how to use the pharmacist’s written information that accompanies prescription medications and how to implement the six rights to safely administer medications. This class is designed to provide you with this required knowledge and increase your awareness of medication-related concerns that you may observe.

Standard Precautions

An important part of keeping yourself and the clients safe is to practice standard precaution to minimize the transmission of disease. This class will provide you with the skills necessary to handle routine non-emergency excretions in giving care, handle exposure incidents, and use personal protective equipment and effective personal hygiene practices. OSHA standards for prevention of blood borne pathogens’ transmission will be presented.

Fire Safety

In this course, we will review procedures for preventing and responding to fire, following your facility’s emergency plan, and recognizing and responding to emergency medical situations.

First Aid and Choking

This course is designed to provide you with the skills needed to promptly and adequately respond in an emergency situation. You will learn how to recognize the signals of an emergency situation and how to provide the needed care.

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