This certificate program is a self-study, self-paced program. There are approximately 11 hours of coursework.
- Basics of Diabetes for Non-Clinicians
The Diabetes Epidemic
Prediabetes and Diabetes
Diabetes Care Guidelines
- ADCES7 Self-Care Behaviors™
Introduction to the ADCES7 Self-Care Behaviors™
- Person-Centered Care and Education Across the Lifespan
- Breaks for check-your-knowledge
copies of slides
This activity is designed for members of the diabetes care team focused on linking individuals to resources, building relationships, and supporting people with, or affected by, or at risk for diabetes and cardiometabolic conditions.
This includes, but is not limited to: community health workers (CHW), health educators/coaches, medical assistants (MA), certified nursing assistants (CNA), licensed practical nurses (LPN), registered nutrition/dietetic technicians (NDTR), military medics and corpsmen, pharmacy assistants/technicians, physical therapy assistants, nutritionists, dental hygienists, emergency medical technicians (EMT), and other similar roles.
You have TWO (2) months from the date of your program registration to complete all program activities, submit the final program evaluation, and claim your certificate of program completion.