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Includes 3 levels of training, so you can deliver the right training to every staff member every time!
  

 

    1. Continuing Nursing Education (CNE)

        Approved for 6 contact hours*

 

    2. Training for Non-Medical Personnel who

         may be called upon to assist a student with

         diabetes

 

    3. Diabetes Awareness Training for every

        staff member who needs it!

 

*This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the Texas Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

 

 


Salus Education is committed to helping schools and families meet their diabetes training needs.  Our comprehensive e-learning programs and teaching aides help to make it possible for you to create a safe and supportive learning environment for students with diabetes through the highest quality training available.

For nearly 5 years, Salus has helped public and private schools, districts, and regions to meet their state and federal requirements for diabetes training through the innovative combination of printed materials, computer-based e-learning, and thoughtfully designed hands-on training kits.

Advantages of our e-Learning programs:

  • Standardized, evidence-based curriculum
  • On-demand access… 24/7
  • No instructor required
  • No travel required
  • Cost and time savings

Do our e-Learning programs work?

Salus Education takes great pride in the quality, content, and effectiveness of our e-learning products.

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Committed to helping schools and families meet their diabetes training needs!

Salus Education, LLC

24165 IH-10 W. Suite 217 - 416

San Antonio, TX 78257-1160

E-mail: info@DiabetesCareAtSchool.com

Phone: 210.630.2150

Toll-Free Fax: 866.735.1076

SchoolNurse.com is the internet's #1 destination for up-to-date, evidence based school health information!

 Thank you ChildrenWithDiabetes.com for your outstanding review of Diabetes Care at School: Bridging the Gap!