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Increase Your Efficiency and Consistency with Around the Clock Training

RCTCLEARN.NET is a division of Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC) located in Rochester, Minnesota. RCTCLEARN.NET is a credible online training solution designed specifically for the Home Health & Hospice industry by educational professionals. Its academic based e-learning system provides convenient, affordable, and effective online education for home care and hospice workers -- available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  RCTCLEARN.NET is FREE and unlimited to Minnesota HomeCare Association (MHCA) members.


Getting Started

Have your training coordinator request "tokens" from MHCA. Send an email to Be sure to specify the number of tokens that you want – members are provided with unlimited tokens so if you ever find yourself to need more tokens, simply send us an email request.

Please keep in mind each token is limited to one time use, so they can-not be reissued to new staff. Tokens are used to create the user accounts tied to your agency.

NOTE: You MUST be an MHCA member to receive and use tokens. If your membership has lapsed, you will not be able to receive new tokens and any current user accounts will be deactivated.

Once you’ve obtained a token from your training coordinator, follow the steps below to register your token and start taking classes ASAP.

  1. Simply go to
  2. Click the button "Create an Account"
  3. Click on the "I Have a Token, Let Me Register" button
  4. Enter the token and fill out the form
  5. Click "Register" button



You may visit to view or download the Training Guides. The Getting Started Guides provide a step-by-step model for utilizing the courses and features of RCTCLEARN.NET.

Library at a Glance

Course Catalog - Course titles, descriptions, CEU’s available, etc.


Training Webinars

Each month, RCTCLEARN.NET hosts a number of webinars on “Getting Started”. This is a great opportunity for you to review the features available and information on how to get started. Webinars typically last about 15 minutes or a little longer - depending on user questions. You may sign-up for one of these sessions at


A Brief History of the RCTC Training Program and MHCA -How did it come about?

In 1999, RCTC received a Minnesota Job Skills Partnership grant and one goal of the grant was to create on-line classes for para-professionals. At this same time, MHCA was in the process of building on-line modules. Pat Jump was working with both RCTC and MHCA to provide curriculum and content; seeing the two organizations go down similar paths, she helped make the connection between RCTC and MHCA.

RCTC viewed MHCA as the perfect collaborator and partner, as they had already started down the path to on-line learning. The partnership consisted of RCTC providing the technical expertise and helping with marketing and distribution. MHCA provided feedback testing of the curriculum and system and marketing. In 2004 the MHCA Board added access to the courses as a member benefit. The list of courses available and contact hours awarded has grown each year since then. The success with MHCA has been replicated with eleven other state home care and hospice associations.


How can RCTCLEARN.NET improve agency outcomes?

RCTCLEARN.NET training helps home care professionals be better at their jobs, which in turn improves outcomes. Many RCTCLEARN.NET users have said that the training helped them gain insight into their clients' behavior--understanding is essential to providing good service!


Can members suggest courses that aren’t currently available?

Yes, RCTCLEARN.NET have always used member feedback to help decide what new courses to develop. Each online course survey allows for participants to offer their suggestions on topics they would like to see as on-line courses.



RCTCLEARN.NET is FREE and unlimited to MHCA members as it is part of their membership benefits. Others who wish to use this online training solution may purchase an "Education Only" package at non-member rates. Please contact MHCA at 651.635.0607 if you are interested in purchasing an education only package.

2550 University Ave. W. | Ste. 350-South
St. Paul, MN 55114-1900

PHONE 866.607.0607 | FAX 651.635.0043