Course Descriptions and Curricula

  1. Alzheimer's Disease Assessment for Adults with Intellectual Disability (AD/ID) - recorded webinars now available look for them in order by name.
  2. An Introduction to Positive Behavioral Support (IPBS) video conference training is no longer being offered.
    • See the Illinois Crisis Prevention Network (ICPN) Workshops for training topics on Positive Behavioral Supports and how to register.
  3. Direct Support Person Course Coordinator (DSP) - the DSP curriculum is being revised. 
  4. Human Rights Committee Chairperson (HRC) - the HRC curriculum is being revised. 
  5. IDHS Computer-Based Learning (CBL) for OIG Rule 50
  6. Inventory For Client and Agency Planning Instructor Program (ICAP) - is no longer being offered.  For support or technical assistance with the ICAP, email Dr. Geunyeong Pyo at: or call (217) 782-2989.
  7. Nurse-Trainer Medication Administration in the Community Training Program (MA) - still being offered. Please view the Webinar Page for more information.
  8. Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Rule 50 Training (Revised 12/15). NOTE:  this video PowerPoint training replaces the OIG instructor-led classes and is now available. The explicit images definition was added.
  9. Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professional Course Coordinator (QIDP) - 

    QIDP Classroom Trainee Curriculum Modules

  10. Residential Director Core (RDC) - the RDC curriculum is being revised. 
  11. Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE):
    • Order the TABE materials from the Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) (previously known as McGraw-Hill) found under Resources and order form 2017 TABE 9 & 10 V.2.xlsx.
    • Register for the online subscription for TABE testing, contact the Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) Tech Support at:  1-866-282-2250, option 1.
    • DHS How To Administrator the TABE Computer-Based Learning (CBL)
  12. Train the Trainer - What's Right about Sex ED There are eight modules in the series. A provider can select any or all modules in the series in order to gain useful knowledge about providing sex education to the individuals they serve.