Idaho Community Health Worker Training
Idaho State University, in collaboration with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, Statewide Healthcare Innovation Plan (SHIP) project, is offering training for Idaho residents who are interested in becoming Community Health Workers. The course includes 39 hours of live on-line or in-person learning plus an additional 9 hours of outside work on health specific modules, for a total of 48 hours of coursework. The Fall 2018 course will take place online through a web-based classroom on Tuesday evenings, beginning August 21st from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Mountain.
Students who successfully complete this training will receive a certificate of completion. Continuing education credits are also available for an additional cost.
Eligible participants are Idaho residents who agree to participate in the SHIP initiative and submit data to the Iowa Department of Health and Welfare on a quarterly basis for one full year after the completion of training.
The course is provided at no cost.
Participants must apply online and receive a registration code from Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to participate in the course at no cost.
After receiving an email with registration instructions and a registration code from Idaho Department of Health and Welfare, register online for the course at Idaho State University.
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