Seattle, WA, May 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Dunham Writing Health Education Training Program was created to help aspiring medical and care professionals obtain the certifications needed to pursue a career in the health care field. State licensing requires medical and care professionals to receive health education training in HIV awareness in hopes that it will protect them and the people they care for from Blood Borne Pathogens. In the health and care fields, HIV and Blood Borne Pathogens are common workplace issues.
Dunham Writing provides health education training through self-paced programs. This allows students to study on their own time, around their current work or personal schedules. Students may read the health education training booklets at their own pace, pay for the certification review, and take the health education test when ready. Free PDFs and print-on-demand workbooks are provided to assist students in preparing for the health education test. The health education test material used by Dunham Writing is designed around WA state curricula and OSHA related documents in order to comply with various WA state regulations.
Robert Dunham, the infection control educator of Dunham Writing, was certified as a Registered Medical Assistant with AMT (American medical technologists) in 2010 and certified as a Registered Nursing Assistant (NAR) in 2012. Mr. Dunham serves as a legal proxy for certification vouchers.
For more information about health education training through Dunham Writing, please visit https://hivaidshealtheducationtraining.org/.