Description

This course covers legalities, medical terminology, and skills essential to help a person consume medications. For health care employees working in assisted living situations, Health & Welfare requires you to take this course.

  • The live course is held at the Twin Falls campus every Monday (except holidays).  In order to protect the health and safety of our students and staff, the class will open with a limited number of students and adhere to the criteria below in order to comply with CDC COVID-19 recommendations.
    • Students will be required to wear face masks. 
    • Students who are showing signs and symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, or shortness of breath) will not be permitted to attend class and will be asked to reschedule. 
       
  • The online course runs Monday-Friday and will continue to be offered. The curriculum and content will remain the same as the face-to-face course. In order to successfully complete this course, students have assignment deadlines throughout the week that must be met. This is not a self-paced course.

Course Schedule

  • Live Course:
    • Monday Dec. 7, 2020
    • Monday Dec. 14, 2020

  • Online Course:
    • TBA
    • Additional online courses can be arranged by appointment. Let us know!

Walk Away With

Students will walk away with a certification of completion from CSI Workforce Development & Training.

Who Should Attend?

This course is for anyone caring for or working with a patient who needs assistance when taking medication.

  • Note: The online course is only available to people currently working in assisted living facilities.

Additional Information

  • It is a zero credit course that requires pre-registration and payment at the time of registration.
  • Course availability is limited to facility employees located within the CSI Twin Falls service area. 

Instructor Bio

Sheri Hawley
Hello. My name is Sheri Hawley, and I am your Assist with Meds instructor. I have been at the College of Southern Idaho since 2004, teaching in the CNA, LPN and RN programs. I also currently work at North Canyon Medical Center (NCMC) in Gooding and love it. I live in Twin Falls with my husband and two granddaughters. I enjoy my family, rockhounding, watching a good movie, or reading a good book.

Description

This course covers legalities, medical terminology, and skills essential to help a person consume medications. For health care employees working in assisted living situations, Health & Welfare requires you to take this course.

  • The live course is held at the Twin Falls campus every Monday (except holidays).  In order to protect the health and safety of our students and staff, the class will open with a limited number of students and adhere to the criteria below in order to comply with CDC COVID-19 recommendations.
    • Students will be required to wear face masks. 
    • Students who are showing signs and symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever, cough, or shortness of breath) will not be permitted to attend class and will be asked to reschedule. 
       
  • The online course runs Monday-Friday and will continue to be offered. The curriculum and content will remain the same as the face-to-face course. In order to successfully complete this course, students have assignment deadlines throughout the week that must be met. This is not a self-paced course.

Course Schedule

  • Live Course:
    • Monday Dec. 7, 2020
    • Monday Dec. 14, 2020

  • Online Course:
    • TBA
    • Additional online courses can be arranged by appointment. Let us know!

Walk Away With

Students will walk away with a certification of completion from CSI Workforce Development & Training.

Who Should Attend?

This course is for anyone caring for or working with a patient who needs assistance when taking medication.

  • Note: The online course is only available to people currently working in assisted living facilities.

Additional Information

  • It is a zero credit course that requires pre-registration and payment at the time of registration.
  • Course availability is limited to facility employees located within the CSI Twin Falls service area. 

Instructor Bio

Sheri Hawley
Hello. My name is Sheri Hawley, and I am your Assist with Meds instructor. I have been at the College of Southern Idaho since 2004, teaching in the CNA, LPN and RN programs. I also currently work at North Canyon Medical Center (NCMC) in Gooding and love it. I live in Twin Falls with my husband and two granddaughters. I enjoy my family, rockhounding, watching a good movie, or reading a good book.