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Online Health Continuing Education Courses
Tallahassee Community College is now offering Continuing Education Courses for Healthcare Professionals!
Whether you are seeking continuing education units to meet your license renewal requirements or to enhance your professional skills, let TCC be your provider of choice!
We anticipate expanding the list of professions served and adding new courses and program offerings. Check back with this growing catalog frequently.
TCC is an approved provider of Continuing Education for the following professions:
Clinical Laboratory (CL)
Clinical Social Work, Marriage & Family,
Licensed Mental Health (CSW)
Nursing Home Administrator (NHA)
Massage Therapy (MT)
Occupational Therapist/Assistant (OT)
Physical Therapist/Assistant (PT)
Respiratory Care (RC)
Athletic Training (AT)
Podiatric Medicine (PM)
Agency for Persons with Disabilities (APD)
Register anytime and work at your own pace with our low-cost & 100% Online Courses!
Click the individual courses below for more information:
Domestic Violence (2 HR/3 HR)
Course Code: BUS0195
Approval Codes: EC, OT, ND, DT, NHA, CSW
The purpose of this course is to educate healthcare professionals on the dynamics of domestic violence, including the effects on adult, youth, elderly and LGBT victims, the cycle of violence and risk issues, legal remedies for protection, community resources and victim services, reporting requirements, and model protocols for addressing domestic violence.
Note: This course awards 3 CEUs to CSW Licensees
HIPAA for Medical Professionals (1 HR)
Course Code: HMP0005
Approval Codes: OT, ND, DT, NHA, CSW
The purpose of this course is to educate healthcare professionals on the uses, requirements, and proper disclosure of protected health information. This course informs students on what HIPAA entails as well as safeguarding protocols and the effects on the healthcare provider.
HIV/Bloodborne Pathogens (3 HR)
Course Code: HIV0100
Approval Codes: CL, ND, EMS, NHA, MT, OT, PT, RC, AT, PM, AP, EC, APD, DT
This self-paced, non-credit online course is designed to teach you about a variety of blood borne pathogens, modes of infection, safety procedures to be observed when dealing with possible blood borne pathogens, how to counsel people infected with blood borne pathogens and more. This course can also provide a foundation of knowledge related to HIV and Blood Borne Pathogens to other occupations such as police officers, correctional officers, mental health workers, non-medical care takers, and others. It also meets the standards found in Florida Statue Chapter 381.0035 for a variety of direct care including those individuals employed or subcontracted through the State of Florida - for Persons' with Disabilities (APD) and other human service employees. Convenient and affordable, this course is available online, 24/7, at your own pace.
Prevention of Medical Errors (2 HR)
Course Code: PME0005
Approval Codes: EC, OT, ND, PT, DT, NHA
The purpose of this introductory course is to educate healthcare professionals on how to define, recognize and prevent medical errors. This course informs students on how to recognize error-prone situations and identify processes to improve patient outcomes.
Recognizing Impairment in the Workplace (2 HR)
Course Code: RIW0005
Approval Codes: OT, DT, ND, NHA, CSW
The purpose of this course is to educate healthcare professionals on how to identify, understand, and provide support for coworkers experiencing impairment in the workplace. This course informs students on how to report impaired practitioners and discuss proper treatment programs in order to aid the practitioner and promote reentry to the workplace.
Mental Health First Aid (8 HR)
Course Code: MHF0100
Approval Codes: OT, ND, DT, NHA, CSW, MW
Improving the public’s knowledge of mental health and substance use problems and connecting people with care for their mental health or substance use problems is the focal point of this course. It will provide students with a five-step action plan to help loved ones, colleagues, neighbors and others cope with mental health or substance use problems until professional treatment is obtained or the crisis resolves.
For more information check out our Mental Health First Aid page!
Questions? Contact us today at Onlinetraining@tcc.fl.edu or (850) 201-6240