This page has information that designated hospital staff members need to take the training to determine Hospital Presumptive Eligibility (HPE). These staff members will need to obtain a unique key to register for and access training in the DHS Learning Center.
Your unique key is an identification number that the Learning Center uses to manage your transcript and registrations. You would not have a unique key unless you have previously taken courses through DHS or MNsure.
If you don’t already have a unique key, or if you have forgotten your unique key, follow Step 1 in the web-based registration process.
If you are a Certified Application Counselor (CAC), use the unique key you used to take the CAC training. You can find it using the Unique Key Search Form.
The Learning Center is available any time except during regular maintenance on Friday mornings from 7 a.m. until 8:30 a.m. Periodic network maintenance by DHS or the Office of Enterprise Technology may affect connectivity and availability of the system for short periods. If the Learning Center is unavailable, you may alert us by calling 651-431-3008 and leaving a message.
Select the Contact us link in the Learning Center to tell us of a reasonable accommodation you need. Include the class name and date, as well as your preferred contact method (phone, email, TTY) for the reply.
Select “Online Course Search” after you log in to the HPE Learning Center.
Choose the Select button in front of the course.
Determine if you are starting a course, resuming a course, or reviewing a course.
The following information is provided to help you with that selection.
Starting a course
You may start a course that you have not completed in one of three ways. Courses function differently depending on the way the course is started.
Select the Start Course button located in the upper right corner. The course will open. Upon closing each module, you will be directed to the next module until all modules are complete without returning to the module menu.
Select the Start link found before the first module in the course menu. The course will open. Upon closing each module, you will be directed to the next module until all modules are complete without returning to the module menu.
Select the Start link found just below the name of the first module. The course will open. Upon closing each module you will return to the course menu to select the next module until the course is complete.
Note: If you choose to Restart a course after you have completed it, the course is reset and you will need to complete the course again to receive credit on your transcript.
Resuming a course
If you leave and come back to finish later, you should see a Continue Course, Restart Course or Cancel Course buttons. If you select the Restart Course button, your previous score will be reset.
Reviewing a course
If you want to review a course you have already taken without resetting your score, select the Review Course button.
Note: You will receive an error message about pop-up blockers if your pop-up blocker function is turned on. Contact your internal IT support person if you receive this message and request the pop-up blocker function be turned off.
Add to favorites
You can save a course to your favorites after you have selected a class, but before you have started it.