• 1820 Valkyrie Drive NW,
  • Rochester, MN 55901
  • HHI: 507-289-7222
  • HHF: 507-289-8683

Prepared for Success….On-Site Training at Hiawatha Homes.

Behavioral Support Training

Learn how to recognize behaviors used as a form of communication, develop and increase staff confidence in supporting people with disabilities. Click here for full description.

Back & Fire Safety

Learn proper techniques for back care and for preventing injuries to yourself and the people we support. Click here for full description.

CPR and First Aid

Through the American Heart Association, learn to recognize potential emergencies, and to use these skills at work or in the community. Click here for full description.

Medication Administration

Learn about types of medications, terminology, documentation, procedures, practices, and the safe, proper and effective administration of medications and equipment. Click here for full description.

New Staff Orientation

Overview of the agency including a discussion of the agency’s mission, vision, core values, and philosophy in supporting people in their community. Click here for full description.

Swimming Competency Test

Mandatory for Program Staff before accompanying individuals supported by Hiawatha Homes to a swimming location. Click here for full description.

Annual Compliance Training

OSHA, Reporting and Review of Maltreatment of Adults and Minors, Positive Support Rule/Emergency Use of Manual Restraings, Data Privacy, Person Centered Services Planning & Delivery, Rights of Person Served, First Aid and Emergency Response Procedures.  Click here for full description.

Train the Trainer

Learn and develop strategies to teach employees. Click here for full description.

Elective Classes

Family Perspective, Sexuality, and Supports with Dignity. Click here for full description.

Medical Needs Training

This class offers information/training on OSHA, medical equipment use, simple medical procedures/personal cares, basic nutrition training, as well as lift equipment, positioning individuals in bed/wheelchairs, and best practice with transfers. Click here for full description.