Welcome to the CAP E-Learning Program. This set of courses is designed to support your healthcare team in gaining the knowledge and skills to deliver quality client-centered, and culturally competent contraceptive services to women and teens using a team-based approach. Theses courses are available for a low cost to your staff. See below for pricing information.
Click on the staff role icon below to register, pay, and access your course of e-learning modules and corresponding resources.
Interested in group discounts? Stay tuned for additional information.
Front Line Staff
Course Fee: $25
Front Line Staff are staff that a woman first comes into contact with, like clerks, front- desk and intake staff, health insurance enrollment staff, or call center staff. These staff are important team members and play an critical role of providing basic and factual information about the availability of birth control services at your site. This course will review key messages to use when clients call or ask questions about birth control. Click here to get started.
Course Fee: $60
Staff Identified to Provide Contraceptive Counseling, such as med techs, nurses, health educators, or social workers aid in increasing a client’s knowledge and access to birth control. These team members provide accurate and un-biased information about birth control and work with the client to identify a method that best meets her priorities and preferences. This course will provide staff with key skills, tools and resources that will help them provide effective contraceptive counseling using a client-centered approach. Click here to get started.
Course Fee: $60
Clinical Staff including physicians, advanced-practice clinicians, or mid-wives play an important role in increasing a patient’s access to and use of long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC). In addition to reviewing a client’s medical history to make sure she is a good candidate for her selected method, clinical staff provide the selected method the same day if possible. These 5 modules will increase awareness or provide a refresher course regarding the most up-to-date evidence-based LARC information. Click here to get started.