LIA Finance Microcredential Program

Intermountain Healthcare and Latinos In Action have partnered up to provide students with the opportunity to get trained as Health Screeners. This micro-credential provides a means to develop skills and a knowledge base for addressing social determinants of health, pre-diabetes, and high blood pressure. The course will help you to gain content expertise and necessary skills to successfully perform health screenings, interpret the collected data, and become a health advocate.

NOTE: This course is not the equivalent of a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA/PCT) or Medical Assistant (MA) program. This course is not designed for pediatric health screening.

Register for the Microcredentials program

Module 2: Needs vs Wants Budgeting Part 1 First 3 months of game

The learner performs a minimum of two health screenings and completes the forms provided by Intermountain Healthcare. Students will then place the screening forms inside the official Intermountain Healthcare envelope, seal it, and return to the teacher.
Students will then complete the Implementation (Health Screening Verification) Form with the teacher’s signature and upload it to the microcredential site as Evidence #2.

Module 3: Needs vs Wants Budgeting Part 2 second 3 months of game

Module 6: Journal About the conversation about thinking for the future?

Suggested Microcredential Completion Timeline