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When will new IAHSS eLearning courses be available?

 

  • Basic level:  Development begins in 2019, with a goal to launch in 2020.

 

 

 

 

 

Try it out!

 

Click the image to the right to test a portion of the Advanced eLearning course.

 

  • Listen to the voiceover
  • Check out the content
  • Interact with the course
 

 

  

Purchasing Options

Visit the IAHSS Training and Certifications page to see the purchasing options available for each level.

 

 

System Requirements & Recommendations

 

Recommended browser: Google Chrome (Other browsers will work, but may experience intermittent issues. Internet Explorer 10 or 11 will have technical issues if your organization's firewall blocks Flash)

Recommended operating system: Windows 7 or above, or iOS 10 or above (all systems updated should be installed)

Recommended minimum Internet connection: 5 mbps or above. For connections speeds below 20 mbps a wired, not a wireless, connection is recommended.

Recommended hardware: Desktop, laptop or tablet. You may use a phone to view the course, but it will not provide the best experience.

 

Here's what our early participants had to say:

 

“Course was germane and thorough. I loved it.”

Lee Cloney, CHPA, CPP, Region Director of Training and Development, Securitas

 

“WOW-WOW-Course in my view is a winner.”

Jim Sawyer, CHS-IV, CPP, CHPA, Director Security Services, Seattle Children's

 

“I liked that I was able to go back and take a little more time with the sections I didn't grasp the first time around.”

 
“Great material and easy to navigate.”

 
“It was fairly interactive with the questions it asked and utilized scenarios that we are likely to encounter or have encountered.”

 

 

How was the content developed for the IAHSS eLearning Courses?

 

The IAHSS Education Council selected volunteer subject matter experts (SME’s) from within the IAHSS community to provide content. The Council also selected professional instructional designers to work with IAHSS staff and lead content experts to translate the SME content into eLearning courses.

The selected group of SME’s brainstormed the unique competencies for each level (Basic, Advanced, and Supervisor) and built the structure of each course around the competencies. The SME’s and instructional designers worked together to create realistic examples and knowledge checkpoints to aid each student in learning the course material provided.

After the courses were developed, a team of Education Council members, SME’s and staff conducted an “alpha” review. After improvements and changes from that process were incorporated, the “beta” test began, which included both training coordinators and healthcare security officers from a wide range of healthcare organizations. To learn more about the eLearning development process, you can contact the IAHSS Education Council or the IAHSS  HQ staff.

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