Continuing Education

Diabetes Education Program

Do your patients/clients understand and effectively apply diabetes self-management skills?

How well are you managing hospitalized patients?

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Enhance your patient teaching and management strategies and optimize patient outcomes with this professional development course.  The four full-day sessions will provide you with a thorough review of current diabetes theory, state-of-the art management, and specific adult education concepts. Whether you conduct individual or group diabetes education, you’ll learn to apply pathophysiological, psychosocial, and educational principles to improve your patients’ acquisition of skills and knowledge.

Designed for health practitioners without specific diabetes skills or training within the last five years, this comprehensive course also serves as a beneficial review for the Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES) designation and preparation for those considering certification.  Participants are required to attend all 4 days of sessions prior to receiving a certificate of completion.

May 23 - June 13, 2024

4 consecutive Thursdays, 8:30am – 4pm

Tuition $795/ 24 Contact Hours 

Approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration for for 24 CPEUs

 Participants are required to attend all 4 days of sessions prior to receiving a certificate of completion.

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Workforce Development

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funds grants to eligible adults for job skills training. If you're looking to upgrade your skills, WIOA can help find the funding. There are two ways to establish eligibility:

1: Dislocated worker: If you've lost a job through no fault of your own (company closure, laid off, military spouse relocation), you can qualify. Your prior income does not affect your eligibility if you're a dislocated worker.

2: Adult income-eligible: If your household income is less than 250% of the Federal Poverty Level (chart at the link provided), you may qualify to have your training funded through WIOA.

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All registration and payment for CSU Continuing Education programs must be processed through CSU’s secure online system. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Corporate Checks are the only forms of payment accepted, and they must be processed through the online payment system. No payments are accepted by phone or through USPS mail, as these are not secure methods to transfer payment information. Money Orders, Purchase Orders, American Express, Personal Checks, and Cash are NOT accepted forms of payment for any CSU Continuing Education program.


Refund Policy

Intent to withdraw or transfer must be made two full business days before the start of the program for a refund or transfer to be processed. Call (216) 687-3867 or email to withdraw or transfer. No refunds will be issued or transfers processed for requests received less than two full business days before the program.