Our Professional Development Program is intended to meet the needs of employees who are required to earn Continuing Education Units to maintain their license or certificate, or to support people in attaining new certifications within their classification. To apply click on the links below each class.

If you have any questions please call 1.866.804.2250 and ask to speak with a Professional Development team member.




In partnership with the ASRT, we now offer unlimited access to over 200 classes online! This menu expands well beyond the free titles offered with ASRT memberships. Open to Radiologic Technologists, CT Techs, MRI Techs, Sonographers, Nuclear Medicine Techs, Mammographers, etc. – Register now!


Radiology Career Boosters

(CME approved 8.0 Category A Credits)

Digital Radiography Live Simulcast

This is an online webinar with a live instructor. Join other Imaging Professionals from around the state and view this class while it’s happening live. CEUs count for In-Person credit. (Note: Once registered, the instructor will send log-in information 1 week before the class.)

  • The next simulcast will be in Spring 2018



Through a partnership with CE Direct, online CEU courses are now available 24/7 for you to take at your convenience! Register now.

We also have dozens of PEARLS reviews available for FREE. Log in & create an account to access this content.


IV Refresher Course

Refine your skills and brush up on IV methodologies. Intravenous (IV) therapy is the process of putting fluids or medications into patients through a vein. Instructors demonstrate how to insert IVs into patients’ arms, how to connect IVs to machines such as volumetric pumps and analgesia devices controlled by the patient, and how to monitor peripheral and central lines.

  • Vacaville – Wednesday, February 21st – 8:00am-12:00 noon.
    Application closed: class full

Wound Care management Course

A wound is a disruption of the normal structure and function of the skin and skin architecture. Wound healing is a dynamic and complex process that requires suitable environment to promote healing process. This module will cover the basic principles and management strategies of various wounds. The quality of health care given by long-term care facilities is evaluated in part by the health care team’s ability to prevent residents from getting pressure ulcers. Preventing pressure ulcers is a major concern of the nursing team because these ulcers are painful, hard to treat, and potentially fatal. Nursing assistants are often the first members of the health care team to notice a change in a patient’s or resident’s skin that could be the beginning of a pressure ulcer. In this chapter, students will learn about their role in preventing pressure ulcers and assisting the nurse with wound care.

  • Vacaville – Tuesday, March 27th – 8:00am-12:00 noon.
    Apply now

LPN IV Certification

These classes provide LPNs with an opportunity to expand their nursing roles by learning appropriate procedures for intravenous therapy and venous blood withdrawal. The course includes lecture, laboratory practice, and clinical experiences. The course prepares the student for IV certification under Colorado State Board of Nursing guidelines. Instructor: Virginia Buckley

All classes will be held at the Emily Griffith Technical College (EGTC) in Denver, CO over four consecutive Saturdays, from 9am to 3pm.

  • Session 1 – deadline has passed
  • Session 2 – deadline has passed
  • Session 3 – April 7, 14, 21 and 28, 2018 – deadline to apply: Friday, March 23, 2018
  • Session 4 – June 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2018 – deadline to apply: Friday, May 18, 2018
    Apply now

Critical Care Boot Camp

This 2-day, 16 hour program will provide a comprehensive overview of critical care nursing. Helpful for those new to critical care as well as an excellent overview for those considering PCCN, CCRN Certification. (16 CEUs provided)



Law and Ethics Online

This course aims to help Respiratory Therapists understand and apply professionalism as it relates to the delivery of healthcare,explore current legal and ethical issues integrating critical thinking skills, laws, and regulations to formulate effective decisions in the arena of Respiratory Care and approach ethical dilemmas particular to Respiratory Care Practitioners in a systematic, effective manner.

This course meets the requirements of law and professional ethics for Respiratory Care Practitioners set by the Respiratory Care Board of California for Continuing Education Units and is approved for 3 contact hours.

  • Online – Monday, April 2nd to Tuesday, May 1st – Self Paced
    Apply now

CE Direct – Online, Anytime!

Through a partnership with CE Direct, online CEU courses are now available 24/7 for you to take at your convenience! To register, visit CE Direct.


Respiratory Seminar 2018

Clinically, acute inflammation is seen in pneumonia and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), whereas chronic inflammation is represented by asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This course will help you gain a better understanding of the differences and particularities of these disorders, as well as cover a apopular method of ventilation known as Pressure Regulated Volume Control. (8.0 approved)

  • Los Angeles – Saturday, March 10th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
    Apply now
  • Walnut Creek – Sunday, May 20th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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Vent and Trach Care

This course is designed to review the essential elements of care for the patient that has a tracheostomy and is on a long term ventilator. The course will include a review and return demo of trach care, inline suctioning, basic alarm troubleshooting, and bag to trach manual ventilation.



CE Direct – Online, Anytime!

Through a partnership with CE Direct, online CEU courses are now available 24/7 for you to take at your convenience! To register, visit CE Direct.


Legal and Ethical issues in Supervision

Get both your Legal & Ethical, and Supervision CEU requirements in one course! This class offers a rundown of the essentials in supervision including how to get started, adult learning styles, and making a supervision plan. It also covers BBS laws and regulations to fill your legal requirements. (6.0 Approved)

  • Check back for future classes.

Childhood Psychopathology

A new course offering for Fall 2017, this course focuses on the impact of developmental trauma on adult functioning. (6.0 Approved)



CNAs, HHAs, PCTs: Through a partnership with CNA Zone, we now offer online CEUs for CNAs, HHAs and PCTs. Get started now.


Emotional Intelligence and Communication Techniques

Emotional intelligence is how we manage behavior, navigate social complexities, and make personal decisions that achieve positive results. Refine your personal and social communication skills with this 2‐Part CEU workshop! (8.0 Approved. NAC#1046)

  • Bakersfield – Saturday, May 26th – 9:00am – 5:30pm
    Apply now

Pain Management and Restorative Care

Update your pain assessment and management skills, test your knowledge and learn how to provide the necessary care for a restorative nursing patient including their physical, mental and psychosocial well-being. (NAC# 1046, 8 CEUs)

  • Sacramento – Saturday, January 27th – 9:00am – 5:30pm
    Apply now
  • San Leandro – Saturday, March 3rd – 8:30am – 5:30pm
    Application Closed: Class is full
  • San Leandro – Sunday, March 4th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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Infection Control and Observations

Patients typically don’t worry about getting an infectious disease when they visit your office. And you don’t go to work thinking you’ll be infected. Let’s keep it that way. This course will overview topics relevant to infection control guidelines and protocols and procedures to report important patient observations, normal and abnormal. (8.0 Approved. NAC#1046)

Understanding Pain and Psychiatric Disorders

In this course you will learn about the nature of pain and its functions, characteristics, types, and sources. Brush up on terms and medications, including OTCs that patients often use. And discuss a variety of psychiatric disorders and cue for identifying if your patient needs extra care. (8.0 approved).

  • Oceanside – Thursday, February 15th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
    Apply now
  • Los Angeles – Saturday, March 3rd – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • San Bernardino – Monday, March 12th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
    Apply now
  • Los Angeles – Wednesday, March 14th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • West Hills – Saturday, March 17th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • Antelope Valley – Friday, April 20th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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Back Care and Body Mechanics

This course provides an overview of the anatomy of the spine and the most common back problems experienced by health care workers, in combination with important information about basic body mechanics, transfer techniques and review of guidelines for safe lifting. (8.0 Approved)

  • Bakersfield – Saturday, February 17th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
    Apply now

End of Life Care and Hospice

This course will review the dying process, tips on recognizing symptoms that signal death is near, and how to provide care to clients and families. Includes a closer look at services provided by hospice programs and a discussion on palliative care. (8.0 approved)

  • San Leandro – Saturday, April 7th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • San Leandro – Sunday, April 8th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • Sacramento – Tuesday, April 10th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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Stress and Mental Health

This course will review strategies to recognize biochemical and emotional reactions to stressors and modern techniques to cope. It will also take a look at mental health issues, and how CNAs can help patients who need extra attention. (8.0 approved)

  • Los Angeles – Saturday, May 5th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • Los Angeles – Wednesday, June 6th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • Northridge – Wednesday, June 20th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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  • Antelope Valley– Friday, June 15th – 8:30am – 5:30pm
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Hypertension and Diabetes

This course is a review of the different types of diabetes, the causes, risk factors, symptoms and treatments. Includes information about short and long term complications, some basic facts about insulin. Additionally, students will get an overview of hypertension that provides a basic understanding of this condition. Reviews basic physiology, symptoms and treatments. (8.0 Approved)

Legal and Ethical issues

A lesson on the basic concepts of ethics in health care. Covers ethical dilemmas commonly faced. Including end of life care, the use of restraints, the right to refuse treatment and disclosing client care errors. Additionally, this course includes basic legal concepts such as negligence, standards of care, confidentiality, and informed consent. Includes information on the common legal problems that arise for healthcare workers. (8.0 Approved)



Online courses are available for most job classifications!

Through a partnership with CE Direct, online CEU courses are now available 24/7 for you to take at your convenience! To register, visit CE Direct. Classes are available for all of the following classifications:

  • EMTs
  • Surgical Technologists
  • Lab professionals
  • Pharmacists & Pharm Techs
  • Physical Therapists & PT Aides/Assistants
  • Dietitians/Diet Techs
  • Occupational Therapists/Assistants
  • And more!



Want to pursue a certification or specialty license within your current field? Check out our License & Certification reimbursement program. You may be eligible to get up to $1,000 for the cost of a review class and the license or certification exam.

Learn more!


This course is intended for professionals who may respond to cardiovascular emergencies, and for students currently completing a related educational program. The course includes training in the management of Bradycardia, Tachycardia, and Pulseless arrest in adults using 2010 AHA Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support guidelines. ACLS also covers airway management and related pharmacology, management of Stroke, Heart Attack and Acute Coronary Syndrome. Current BLS Card is required. EKG recognition is highly recommended, but not required. Class participants will earn AHA Certification Card (valid for 2 years). 14 CEU’s (Nor-Cal)/12 CEU’s (So-Cal). Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider Number #15570 (Nor-Cal)/#15925 (So-Cal). In So-Cal, 12 EMS and Pharmacy CE’s also available.

  • Sacramento – Thursday, March 22nd & Friday March 23rd – 9:00am-5:00pm (Must attend both days)
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Training in the ability to respond to emergencies for infants and children. This certification course is intended for healthcare professionals who frequently treat pediatric patients. Course content covers the latest updates to PALS from the American Heart Association. In addition, the course will review child CPR and AED, management of respiratory emergencies, vascular access and other important topics. Through simulations, students will learn and practice the necessary skills to respond to cardiac, respiratory, and shock emergencies. Current BLS Card is required. EKG recognition is highly recommended, but not required. Class Participants will earn AHA Certification Card (valid for 2 years) and 14 CEU’s. Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider Number #15570.

  • Sacramento – Thursday, May 17th & Friday May 18th – 9:00am-5:00pm (Must attend both days)
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Training for healthcare professionals to interpret basic and advanced EKG’s, and recognize myocardial infarction. These are lecture courses that include recognition exercises. Students with little to no experience interpreting EKG’s should attend the one-day Basic EKG class. Those signing up for the Advanced 12 Lead EKG class should already have a solid foundation in the interpretation of basic EKG (or have completed our Basic EKG class). Current BLS Card is required. Prior knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the heart is strongly recommended. Participants in both classes will earn an AHA ECG & Pharmacology Completion Certificate. Only EMTs will earn 7 CEU’s for the Basic class. (CECB EMS Provider # AMHA0013). Earn 14 CEU’s after completing the Advanced class (EMT’s can only earn a total of 7 units once for either course). Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Provider Number #15570 (Nor-Cal)/#15925 (EMS and Pharmacy CE’s also available in So-Cal.).

NOTE: This class is intended for healthcare professionals who deliver direct patient care. This short class certifies students to interpret EKG’s and NOT to work as EKG Technicians. If you are interested in learning how to become an EKG Technician, you can speak to an Ed Fund career counselor.

  • Santa Cruz – Basic ECG – Saturday, January 20th – 8:30am-4:30pm
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  • Santa Cruz – Advanced 12 Lead ECG – Saturday, February 24th – 9am-5pm
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This 2-day course provides each participant with a comprehensive review of Adult Critical Care and a step-by-step method of preparation for the successful completion of Adult Critical Care specialist Examination offered by the NBRC. Materials include a study guide, workbook, and practice tests.

  • Sacramento – Mon/Tues, February 12th & 13th – 9am – 5pm
    Apply now
    Application deadline: Thursday, February 1st


This 2-day course provides each participant with a comprehensive review of Neonatal/Pediatric Specialist respiratory care and a step-by-step method of preparation for the successful completion of their examination. At the review, you will receive everything you need to pass your exam including a study guide, workbook, and practice tests.


This course provides each participant with a comprehensive review of Basic and Advanced Respiratory Care along with a step-by-step method of preparation for successful completion of both the Therapist Multiple Choice and Clinical Simulation examinations.

The seminar provides each participant a thorough review of the exam content and the opportunity to practice multiple choice questions and branching-logic, interactive simulations. The program provides insights into exam structure, content and techniques for successful completion of each exam.

  • Fresno – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, April 4th, 5th & 6th – 8:00am-5:30pm (Must attend all 3 days)
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The Neonatal Resuscitation Program course conveys an evidence-based approach to care of the newborn at birth and facilitates effective team-based care for healthcare professionals who care for newborns at the time of delivery. NRP utilizes a blended learning approach, which includes online testing, online case-based simulations, and hands-on case-based simulation/debriefing that focus on critical leadership, communication, and team-work skills.

NRP is designed to provide healthcare professionals working with neonatal and newborn infants the ability to participate in the causes, prevention, and management of mild to severe neonatal asphyxia. This course will introduce students through an evidence-based approach to the concepts and basic skills of neonatal resuscitation.

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