This directive applies to team members conducting in-person, frontline activities, including Adult Protective Investigators, Child Protective Investigators, Child Care Regulation and Department licensing staff. This guidance aligns with CDC recommendations and is recommended for all staff throughout the system of care who are conducting in-person contacts.
PPE is equipment that protects workers against health and safety hazards. This module is intended to inform DCF employees on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) procedures in accordance with established CDC guidelines.
General Guidance for CPI and API Frontline Team Members, outlines procedures for conducting field visits in the safest manner as recommended by the CDC and DOH. These guidelines should be followed at all times.
Methods for 30-Day Visits, provides guidance from the Office of Child Welfare and alternative methods to meet the 30-day requirement.
This course provides a brief overview of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This training is required yearly.
Approximate time to complete the course: 12 minutes.
This course has been developed to inform all non-DCF employees of their responsibilities under the Department’s Zero-Tolerance Sexual Harassment Policy.
Approximate time to complete the course: 25 minutes.
Please note that Preventing Sexual Harassment for All Employees is a prerequisite for to this course.
Approximate time to complete the course: 20 minutes.
Section 429.075, F.S., requires an assisted living facility that serves one or more mental health residents to obtain a limited mental health license.
Immediately upon completion of the course, a post-test is offered and upon passage, a certificate of completion is electronically generated.
The Center @ USF, in collaboration with DCF, offered Grant Writing training for all levels. The training provided an understanding of the overall process for seeking and applying for grant funding.
This course provides a brief overview of the Department's rules and guidelines concerning computer security.
Approximate time to complete the course: 23 minutes.
The Department ensures that auxiliary aids and services are provided for those customers and companions who are deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Learn about child care training, personnel requirements, director credentials and how to register for training classes in your area.
This course is mandatory for all SNAP-Ed, SNAP Outreach staff, and all ACCESS Community Partners who receive funding from the Department. At the end of the course, staff may print and sign their certificate of completion.
ACCESS Customers can hear about the benefits of going paperless and learn how to opt-in to the electronic notification process.
This training has been developed to inform you of the Department’s responsibilities as they relate to Voter Registration as well as explain the role Community Partners play in assisting our clients and the Department.
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