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Applying Best Practice Asthma Care in Schools: A Standardized Statewide Approach
(Online 4 hour training for school nurses)

Objectives of the course:

  • Describe the role and responsibilities of the school nurse to provide comprehensive care of students with asthma
  • Apply Colorado best practice approaches to providing quality asthma care in school settings
  • Impact student asthma care and management within the school setting

To enroll, email Pam Hitt


Asthma Training for Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP)
(Online 2 hour training for UAPs)

Objectives of the course:

  • Encourage parents/guardians to complete the Asthma Intake Form and communicate its completion to the school nurse
  • Implement the green (required pretreatment), yellow and red zones of the Colorado Asthma Care Plan.
  • Administer and coach accurate technique for administration of a quick relief medication using a MDI plus spacer

This free, 2 hour training program is aligned with the Moodle course for School Nurses Applying Best Practice Asthma Care in Schools: A Standardized Statewide Approach
Each individual completing the course will have access to a certificate.

To enroll your UAP, email Pam Hitt with the name of the course, and include the UAP’s first and last name, email address and school district. 
Pam will email each individual a log in, a password, and the link to access the training.


View the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America Asthma Management Education Course
(7 credit hours)

Student and Family Education