Online Training
DoD Adenovirus Vaccine Training
The DoD Adenovirus Vaccine Training curriculum is an online course that will provide Military Healthcare Personnel with important and comprehensive information concerning the adenovirus disease and vaccine, and is designed to prepare healthcare personnel to properly administer the adenovirus vaccine.

This curriculum includes three modules and a quiz and can be completed in approximately 1 hour. A certificate of completion will be available for download after the completion of all the course modules and a passing score of 70% or higher on the quiz.
DoD Adenovirus Vaccine Training - Modules list
Introduction [3:25]
A brief introduction to the DoD Adenovirus Vaccination Program and the current online training curriculum
Disease and Vaccine [19:51]
Discusses the clinical features of the disease, DoD policy, and a review of the adenovirus vaccine that will be utilized by the DoD
Cold Chain Management [13:56]
An overview of the proper distribution and cold chain management procedures for the adenovirus vaccine
Quiz [3:55]
Adenovirus Training Quiz. You must score 70% or better in order to pass the quiz and download a certificate of completion. You may retake the quiz.
2014-15 DOD Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Training
The 2014-15 DOD Influenza Vaccination Training curriculum is an online course that will provide Military Healthcare Personnel with important and comprehensive information concerning the influenza vaccine. It is designed to prepare healthcare personnel to administer influenza vaccinations and perform required administrative tasks in support of the DOD's Influenza Vaccination Program.

This curriculum includes five modules and a Quiz; and can be completed in approximately 1.6 hours.

A certificate of completion will be available for download after the completion of all the course modules and a score of 80% or above on the quiz.

This educational activity for 2.0 contact hours has been approved by the Navy Professional Development Center, which is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
2014-15 DOD Seasonal Influenza Vaccination Training - Modules list
Introduction to DOD and USCG Seasonal Influenza Program
This is an overview of the DOD and USCG Seasonal Influenza Program, DOD and Service-specific influenza policy, and ACIP recommendations. (12:58)
Seasonal Influenza Disease
Discusses the clinical features of influenza disease, historical pandemics, and resources to track influenza disease trends. (12:34)
Vaccine Screening and Administration
Discusses the 2014-15 influenza vaccines that will be utilized by the DOD, screening requirements, proper administration techniques, and documentation requirements. (28:09)
Cold Chain Management of Seasonal Influenza Vaccine
Provides an overview of the influenza vaccine distribution process, storage unit requirements, proper handling of the influenza vaccine, and vaccine storage and handling resources. (26:09)
Adverse Events Management
Explains the potential side effects and adverse events associated with the influenza vaccine, equipment and supplies necessary to respond to a vasovagal event or anaphylaxis, the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS), and available resources to assist with follow up care. (16:07)
Quiz
This is a 20 question quiz to test your knowledge of the seasonal influenza program. You must score 80% to be awarded your training certificate.
DoD Smallpox Vaccination Training
The DoD Smallpox Vaccination Training curriculum is an online course that will provide Military Healthcare Personnel with important and comprehensive information concerning the smallpox vaccine. It is also designed to prepare healthcare personnel to administer smallpox vaccinations and perform required administrative tasks in support of the DoD's Smallpox Vaccination Program.

Completion of this training program satisfies the DoD requirement that all medical personnel participating in smallpox vaccination first complete an approved course of smallpox training.

This curriculum includes eight modules; an introduction and seven training modules, and can be completed in approximately 2.5 hours.

A certificate of completion will be available for download after the completion of all the course modules.
DoD Smallpox Vaccination Training - Modules list
DoD Smallpox Vaccination Training - Introduction [4:48]
Provides a brief history of the Smallpox Vaccination Program; relevent policies, recent service messages and quality assurance updates.
Smallpox Disease and Vaccine [14:24]
Describes the variola virus and how it causes smallpox disease, as well as discusses the current smallpox vaccine licensed in the United States.
Cold Chain Management [19:00]
Includes an overview of the proper distribution and cold chain management procedures for ACAM2000®.
Reconstitution and Administration [20:21]
Outlines the steps for ACAM2000® reconstitution and administration.
Patient Education [16:58]
Includes information on the education of vaccine recipients and their families related to smallpox vaccinations.
Patient Screening [30:23]
A review of the ACAM2000® medical screening form and the contraindications for vaccination delivery; including exemption procedures.
Adverse Events Management [21:58]
Includes information on various types of adverse events that may occur following smallpox vaccinations.
ACAM2000® Post-Licensure Requirements [8:24]
Provides an overview of the five post-licensure requirements for ACAM2000®; including Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy.
Storage and Handling Training
The Storage and Handling Training curriculum is an online course that will provide military healthcare personnel that administer immunizations with the proper vaccine storage and handling procedures that should be followed to ensure vaccine potency and stability.

This curriculum includes four modules and a quiz and can be completed in approximately 1 hour. Please note that the "Daily Management of Vaccines" module has been split into two parts.

A certificate of completion will be available for download after the completion of all the course modules and a passing score of 80% or higher on the quiz.
Storage and Handling Training - Modules list
Introduction
This is a brief introduction of the importance of following proper Vaccine Storage and Handling guidelines and the current online training curriculum. The success of military vaccine programs depends heavily of vaccinators following proper vaccine storage and handling practices to ensure vaccine potency and stability
Daily Management of Vaccines Part One
Part one of the daily management of vaccines discusses the components of the cold chain management process, the roles and responsibilities of the primary and backup vaccine coordinator, staff orientation and annual training requirements, selecting proper vaccine storage equipment, and maintaining the required storage unit temperatures.
Daily Management of Vaccines Part Two
Part two of the daily management of your vaccines discusses the different storage and handling requirements for vaccines and diluents, vaccine inventory management, protecting your storage unit power supply, and identifies where to locate vaccine storage and handling resources.
Emergency Planning and Response
It is essential that all areas that administer vaccines have an emergency response plan in place to protect their vaccine supply. All medical personnel who administer vaccines should understand the necessary measures to be taken to prevent vaccine storage and handling problems from happening and also what corrective actions to take once a problem is identified. This module identifies the emergency storage and handling requirements for vaccines, procedures to follow once power supply is restored, and outlines the procedures for managing potentially temperature compromised vaccine.
Protecting Vaccine While Off-site
Proper storage and handling of vaccines must be ensured when conducting off-site immunization clinics. This module will identify the storage and handling requirements for vaccines during off-site immunization clinics, discuss packing protocols to maintain proper temperatures when transporting vaccines to off-site locations, and identify vaccine transport equipment, supplies, and procedures.