If you live in the state of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, or Connecticut you may see shifts that have a particular credential as part of a shift’s Screening List: Center Management Orientation Training.
This credential is specific to Center Management Group facilities, which require an online orientation to be completed before completing shifts at any of their facilities.
When reviewing the Shift Details and Screening List, if you see this orientation requirement, follow these instructions.
From the Shifts Details Page:
- Tap on the Center Management Orientation Training (NJ/PA/NY/CT) Credential
Tap the purple arrow to continue
- Note: Please disregard the text on this screen for Center Management Orientation Training and instead use the instructions in this article for the clearest direction.
Open the 'Center Management Orientation Training (NJ/PA/NY/CT)' pdf and tap on the link in Step 2 or click here.
- This will take you directly to the training in the Health Hub.
- Sign into Health Hub using your Nursa login info
- Complete the training
- Click on the red 'Start Course' button and complete the training
- Once you reach the last page of the training, click the red 'Sign Document' button. type your name and it will send you a signed certificate to your email address.
- Open and Download or take a screenshot of your certificate.
Upload the pdf or screenshot to the Center Management Orientation and Training (NJ/PA/NY/CT) Nursa credential in one of two ways:
- From the original shift details
From your Nursa Profile
- Go to your Nursa Profile in the app
- Tap the blue "+" add credentials button
- Next to other, tap the magnifying glass
- Search for Center Management Orientation Training (NJ/PA/NY/CT) and select
- Upload the file
- Select the proper file, select open, the purple arrow, then click save
Reminder this credential is only relevant for clinicians in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania or Connecticut. If you do not live in one of these states, you may not see this credential option in your Nursa Profile.
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