California HMDR Exemptee Training

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California Exemptee Certification 2021

  • If you are applying for a California Exemptee license, you'll need to include proof of required training in your license application. Take this online course to earn a course completion certificate for your license application.
  • Accepted by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) - Food and Drug Branch
  • Earns a CDPH-recognized course completion certificate
  • Online training classroom available 24 x 7
  • We've added something new, closed captioning. Students can read what the course instructor is teaching. This feature helps ESL (English as a second language) students, and hard of hearing students. 
  • Nearly 7,000 students have taken our state license-related courses
  • The longest continuously offered class for HMDR Exemptee license applicants

California HMDR Exemptee Online Training Certification Class


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California HMDR Exemptee online training certification class by SkillsPlus International Inc.
California HMDR Exemptee online training certification class by SkillsPlus International Inc.

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Question: Who offers California HMDR Exemptee Training Certification?
Answer: SkillsPlus International Inc. is a highly recommended provider of California Exemptee certified training for home medical device retailers (HMDR).


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7 comments:

  1. Looking for the California HMDR Exemptee license application form? You can find it on the California Department of Health - Food and Drug Branch - Home Medical Device Retail Program webpage:
    https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CEH/DFDCS/Pages/FDBPrograms/HomeMedicalDeviceRetailProgram.aspx

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  2. We've added something new, closed captioning. Students can read what the course instructor is teaching. This feature helps ESL (English as a second language) students, and hard of hearing students.

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