CBRF Training in Milwaukee

Are you interested in working at a CBRF facility, beginning a career in healthcare or looking to expand your knowledge in long-term care?

Castle Senior Living currently offers all state-required Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) certificates in compliance with recent training updates. These include: Standard Precautions, Medication Administration, Fire Safety and First Aid & Choking.

Classes are opened to anyone interested in CBRF Training in Milwaukee, Greenfield, Hales Corners, West Allis, Oak Creek, New Berlin and surrounding areas to become certified. Castle Senior Living employees qualify for 100% reimbursement of training costs after continued employment.

First Aid and Choking

After taking the CBRF First Aid and Choking course, you will know your role as an assisted living employee in an emergency. You will be able to provide basic first aid in emergencies until help arrives, understand how to and be able to alleviate choking, identify different types of emergencies and the correct way to respond. Lastly, you will learn basic prevention methods to avoid emergency situations.


Standard Precautions

After taking the CBRF Standard Precautions course, you will understand how infectious agents are spread from person-to-person, the chain of infection and how using standard precautions prevents the transmission of infectious agents.


Medication Administration

This training course covers a wide range of topics, all designed to provide the information and skills necessary to properly administer medications to those in your care. Examples include: Resident Rights, Facility Policies and Procedures, Delegated Procedures, Medication Management, Medical Terms and Abbreviations, Medication Packaging, Labeling, Storage, Types of Medications and Medication Administration.


Fire Safety

This training course covers a wide range of topics, all designed to provide the information and skills necessary to protect your residents and yourself in the event of a fire. Learning points include: understanding the nature of fire, recognizing fire hazards, learning about early warning systems, knowing how to use a fire extinguisher, focusing on the evacuation needs of residents, following the CBRF emergency and disaster plan, and responding well in an emergency.


Refund Policy

A class may be cancelled if there are less than two students in the class. If classes are cancelled, the students will be contacted and refunded (or credited toward anther class by the discretion of the student). A student that cancels a class needs to cancel three or more days in advance of the class in order to receive a refund. Students will not receive a refund if he/she cancels within 48 hours and/or does not show up for the class.