QMAP Regulations Conference Call with CDPHE

phone.pngTo assist members in better understanding the new QMAP rules and training process that become effective July 1, LeadingAge Colorado is hosting a conference call on Wednesday,  June 14 from noon to 1 p.m. to discuss the new requirements. Greg Schlosser, MA, branch chief for the Education & Technical Assistance Branch with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE), will participate in the call to provide an explanation of the rules and answer questions. Please RSVP for the call by replying to this email.
On April 1,  Board of Health approved the proposed changes to the QMAP regulations to conform with changes adopted in legislation last year. CDPHE will no longer contract with instructors to teach the QMAP course. Instead, CDPHE will designate approved training entities (ATEs) to offer the course. Beginning April 1, CDPHE started accepting applications, curriculum, content and testing for approval from training entities. Once approved, the training entity may begin teaching courses on July 1. Training entities can be an agency, association, facility, individual, institution or organization. Once a QMAP completes a course, for a fee he or she will be listed on a database maintained by CDPHE and there are no retesting requirements. For the application and additional information visit the QMAP website.  

QMAP Regulations Conference Call with CDPHE
Wednesday, June 14
Noon to 1 p.m.

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