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Aging and Adult Services: training and webinars

The Aging and Adult Services Division and the Minnesota Board on Aging offer online courses and training materials about how to better serve and support older adults, for staff from counties, tribal nations, managed care organizations, providers and other interested parties.

Questions? Please contact the DHS Adult Protection team at

Adult Protection Training

The Adult Protection Unit within the Aging and Adult Services Division offers online training opportunities for Adult Protective Services (APS) professionals, mandated reporters and other interested parties.

Home and Community Based Services Training

All courses are available in the Older Adult Programs Learning Center in TrainLink.

Minnesota Board on Aging Training

Accessing Aging and Adult Services and Minnesota Board on Aging online courses in TrainLink

You must have a unique key to register and receive credit for training. If you do not have a unique key, complete the Unique Key Request Form.


  1. Go to the Older Adult Programs Learning Center in TrainLink. 
  2. Select Sign On at upper right.
  3. Enter your unique key.
  4. Select Course Catalog Search.
  5. Search for the course by course title, course code, or category.
  6. Select the course from the search results.
  7. Select Start course.

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Odyssey webinars

Minnesota Age and Disabilities Odyssey 

Minnesota Age and Disabilities Odyssey is a yearly webinar series. Sessions explore strategies to help confront current challenges, provide experiential learning or share tools to take action. As an attendee, you’ll leave these webinars ready to bring these concepts to your everyday work.

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