Online Training Modules

Congratulations on your new position with BIS! We hope your time with us is positive and that you feel adequately trained as you begin working in the field. Before we get to that point, though, all new employees must complete the following online modules. We encourage you to return to these online modules any time you have any question about these topics.

Please take some time to complete the following modules. Upon completing these modules, you will receive a confirmation email. Please keep these emails for your records.

Modules may be completed on a personal computer or smartphone. Need a PowerPoint viewer? Click here for Microsoft’s free viewer.

BIS Handbook and Acknowledgement

Online Training Modules: “Annuals”

“Annuals” is a collection of six online training modules which must be completed at the start of employment and once per year onward. After completing an Annuals module, the answers will be sent to the Training Coordinator to be graded. If you do not pass with an 80% or more, the Training Coordinator will ask you to retake the test (only one retake allowed per module). If you pass a module, your scores will be recorded for your file but you won’t be contacted with a confirmation of the passing grade.

Online Training Modules: “Home Community Based Services (HCBS)”

All employees – ISL, NH, Management, and Office staff – are required to complete this training. Please review the four documents below and then complete the HCBS quiz.

Online Training Modules: “Policy & Procedure”

* Once you’ve reviewed all seven modules below, please complete the comprehensive Policy & Procedure Quiz. *

Final Notes

These modules are followed by a comprehensive quiz. We recommend you complete them in the following order, but there is no required order that these must be completed in. Take your time. The comprehensive policy & procedure quiz must be completed and passed (80% or more) in order to work in the field.

  • Training Requirements Employees must complete all required trainings (both online and offline training) in order to work with clients. We recommend that you view this module first.
  • Requesting Time Off Our policies and procedures for taking time off from work, including how to call off from a shift, who to contact, and how to utilize RTO and PTO.
  • Transferring Positions Our policies and procedures for transferring positions to or from a variable hourly, full-time hourly, or salaried position.
  • Employment Requirements The minimum requirements all employees must meet in order to retain employment with BIS.
  • Injuries on the Job Due to the nature of work at BIS, all employees may potentially be injured while on the job. Review this information for your personal safety and to know what to do if you or a coworker is ever injured while working.
  • Professionalism All employees are expected to act professionally in the presence of a coworker, consumer, family, and supervisors. This module emphasis professionalism while out in the field.
  • Timesheets and Mileage Timesheets and Mileage Forms must be submitted in order to be reimbursed for time spent working. Please follow these instructions when submitting timesheets and mileage. Please note the procedure for your department (Natural Home or ISL).

All items accessed through this link or the BIS website will be submitted to the HR Department once you hit the ‘Submit’ button.  You will not receive a grade for your test UNLESS you fail to pass with the minimum requirement of 80%.  At that point, you will be given ONE ADDITIONAL chance to pass the test with an 80% or better.

A second failing grade will result in disciplinary action under the agency’s progressive disciplinary policies (current employees) and/or a retraction of the offer of employment and continuation in orientation week (newly hired applicants).

Any questions regarding these forms should be directed to the HR Department (314-395-9375).

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