Direct Service Provider Brain Injury Training
The state of North Dakota offers three free online brain injury courses. These courses, offered through North Dakota TRAIN, are required by the North Dakota Department of Health & Human Services for all direct service providers working with individuals with brain injury. The North Dakota Brain Injury Network is a partner with the state and wants to ensure everyone meets the necessary requirements.
The courses and expected times to complete each course are:
- Introduction to Brain Injury (52 minutes)
- Cognitive & Behavioral Consequences of Brain Injury (48 minutes)
- My Client has a Brain Injury – Now What? (28 minutes)
These courses may be taken in one sitting or at three separate times, but they are all required. The final exam that follows each course needs to be completed with 70% accuracy or higher in order to gain the certificate of completion.
How to Get Started
When training is complete, submit a copy of your certificate of completion upon provider enrollment with Medicaid.
For course troubleshooting, contact Kalee Werner, MPH, manager, Primary Care Office, Health Statistics and Performance, at (701) 805-1071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For course content questions, contact Carly Endres, senior project coordinator for the North Dakota Brain Injury Network, at (701) 777-8004 or email carly.endres@UND.edu