New York Course Requirements for Professional Licensure
When seeking licensure in another state, there are frequently hoops to go through in order to accomplish the process of obtaining your new license or certification! If Advantedge Education, as an approved Provider in New York State can assist you in any way, Advantedge Education is happy to do so; however, the first place you should look for general information about professional licensure in New York is the Office of the Professions.
Depending on your profession, there are mandatory New York State courses that you may be required to complete. To reduce some of the stress of the licensure and certification process, Advantedge Education automatically and securely transmits your record of completion to the New York State Education Department once you have completed the courses.
Mandatory New York State Courses
The Advantedge Education Child Abuse: Mandated Reporter Training in New York State online course fulfills the New York State mandate to complete two hours of coursework in child abuse, a one-time training requirement for all mandated reporters. A few of the professionals required to take this course include: Physicians, Registered Professional Nurses, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Child Care Workers, School Administrators, School Teachers, Social Workers, Mental Health Counselors, and many others. To view a list of professionals required to take this course, visit the Office of the Professions website.
In August 1992, legislation established a requirement that certain healthcare professionals must receive training on infection control and barrier precautions every four years. In August 2008, additional changes were made to the training curriculum, the training process, and those requiring training. The Advantedge Education Infection Control Training for Healthcare Professionals in New York State online course, follows the New York State curriculum and fulfills the mandatory infection control training requirement. A few of the professionals required to take this course include: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Registered Professional Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Optometrists, Podiatrists, among others. To view a list of professionals required to take this course, visit the Office of the Professions website.