Training Opportunities

We offer a variety of required and helpful training opportunities to assist professional providers and other members of the community in providing the best care for individuals with developmental disabilities. Our workshops are reasonably-priced and many provide CPE credits for professionals approved by the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities. While some offerings may be specific to the needs of staff, most are open to:

  • Independent Providers
  • Agency Providers
  • Natural Supporters – parents, family members, and other community members who provide care and support
  • General Public

Workshop Descriptions

These are for ongoing courses, please see the Training Calendar for special event workshops.

Adult First Aid/CPR/AED Beginner

Adult First Aid/CPR/AED Review

Computers Made Easy

DDCC Staff Only Trainings

Individual Rights and MUI

Is This an MUI, Too?

Introduction to Serving Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Universal Precautions

Medication Administration – Initial

Medication Administration – Certification One Review

Medication Administration – Certification Two Review

Roles and Responsibilities for New Providers

Provider’s Role and Responsibilities Review

Special Training Events

Trauma-Informed Care: A Survivor’s Perspective

Training Policies

  • Training is fun!  For the enjoyment of everyone, please arrive on time, keep cell phones out-of-sight and silenced, and avoid wearing heavy scents for those with sensitivities.
  • Arrivals later than 15 minutes cannot receive CPE credits for the workshop.
  • Registration fees are non-refundable, however missed sessions can be re-scheduled at no charge
  • Feel free to bring food and drink with you to class!  Please be mindful to remain quiet while enjoying your snack, and throw away any trash. Vending machines are available.
  • Pre-registration is advised to make sure space is available, however, we will accommodate those who are not registered if space allows.

Provider Training Requirements

State rules for Provider Certification

Core Training Requirements for Certified Providers (Independent and Agency)

To meet new provider certification rules, providers must take the following DDCC classes:

  • Client Rights and MUI (includes Health and Welfare Alerts)
  • Roles and Responsibilities for New Providers
  • Introduction to Serving Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Universal Precautions
  • Adult FA/CPR/AED Beginner (or you can take a review class if you have a current Adult FA/CPR/AED certification)

To meet provider recertification rules, providers must take the following DDCC classes:

  • Client Rights and MUI (includes Health and Welfare Alerts)
  • Provider’s Role and Responsibilities Review
  • Adult FA/CPR/AED Review (if expiring)

Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities MyLearning Portal

This agency offers in-person training for providers (including Medication Administration and training for the NEW additional 8 hours of training required for Adult Day Services):

The Academy for Direct Support Professionals 

Resources

CEUCertificates Online Provider Training 

Ohio Association of County Boards (OACB) Training Center

Online Training Calendar

Training Registration Form

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