In this evolving world, everyone needs to think like a teacher, director, or mentor. Humans will determine where and how machines will learn, identifying the appropriate data, guiding the training process, and refining the outputs. We’ll also need to champion a new kind of teamwork, which sets goals for man-machine teams, delegates tasks for productivity, and applies the insights to new areas. Above all, we must never lose sight of the human experience, even as we embrace automation and new ways of working.
The purpose of the competency evaluation is to ensure that individuals who provide personal care
services to nursing facility residents and/or home health clients have the basic knowledge and skills
needed to perform these duties. The competency evaluation consists of a skills examination and a
multiple choice written/oral examination. Participants will be tested on five randomly selected skills
as directed by Minnesota Department of Health guidelines. You will be informed of your official test
results the day of the examination.