Students who successfully complete this course will be able to download and print a Certificate of Completion indicating 4 contact hours of continuing education.
This course will involve self paced, self study activities such as the viewing of online presentations, Web links, and assessments. These activities are designed to provide instruction and foster learning in the cognitive (i.e., mind based) domain.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student shall be able to:
- Describe current trends in HIV transmission and AIDS for persons in the United States.
- Describe current recommendations and treatment options for persons with HIV infection and AIDS.
- Describe the risks of occupational HIV transmission and treatment of those exposed.
- Describe the CDC recommendations for HIV testing of adults, adolescents, and pregnant women in health care settings.
Students taking an online course are expected to be moderately proficient in using a computer. Please go to the Technical requirements page for a complete list of computer skills and technical requirements. All students must obtain a BC email address. It is used for course login.
How to Register for this Course:
You may register for this course through the main BC Website. Click on the Choose Your Courses button & search within the term desired. You can also register at MyBC after you log on.
How to Access the Course:
Once the term has begun, you can log on at the BConline login page. Please note that you must pay for the course before you will be able to access it in Desire2Learn (D2L). There may be a delay of up to 20 minutes from when you register and pay before the login is activated.
There are no books or materials needed for this course. Everything is provided within the course site.
If you have further questions about registering for the course, email the Administrative Specialist for the Department of Continuing Eductaion and Workforce Development.
Links to help students get connected to BConline course(s)