Elements training modules now open
You can get a head start on this year’s Elements learning modules now that the courses are available. Like last year, the 2020 Elements will contain separate modules, allowing you to complete each one in any order at any time before the Dec. 31 deadline. You must, however, complete all the modules by that date to receive full credit.
To locate the Elements modules, go to the Web Based Apps folder on your desktop. Elements modules also should appear on each employee’s “My To-Do List” screen, or it can be found by clicking on the “Catalog” link and searching for “Elements.”
All Asante’s workforce must complete Elements training. “Workforce” is defined as all Asante employees (including those who work part-time, on-call or on a temporary basis) as well as contracted workers, volunteers and students. Medical staff members are excluded from mandatory Elements education because they receive training through other means.
Just like last year, there are two versions of Asante’s Elements — one for employees and another for non-employees to ensure the content is relevant to the targeted audience. The task force also worked on condensing the material overall to make the training more effective and efficient for the user.
As a reminder, leaders can monitor their direct reports’ progress with the required Elements training. When they log in, leaders will be taken to a page called the “My Team Dashboard,” which will display all training assigned to their staff members along with due dates and completion status. This will give leaders the ability to track required training for employees at a glance.
Asante’s workforce will continue to receive email alerts notifying them they have been assigned the Elements 2020 modules, and reminding them of the deadline for completion. Leaders will be required to review and require the completion of the modules for their entire workforce (i.e., non-employed individuals and employed staff members under their responsibility).
- Corporate compliance
- Bloodborne pathogens
- Tuberculosis training
- Cultural sensitivity
- Drug diversion
- Harassment and workplace bullying
- Life safety training
- Information security
- Using Midas+ to report patient safety events and complaints
- Stroke training
- Code of Conduct
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