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Last Modified: 2/7/2018 Location: FL, PR, USVI Business: Part A, Part B

OLT catalog FAQ

Q: Where may I find information about First Coast’s online training (OLT) courses?
A: You may find a listing of First Coast Service Options’ (First Coast) OLT courses, including their descriptions, in First Coast’s online Medicare training catalog (Part A or Part B).
First Coast University course catalog
Once you have found the OLT course you need, click the link to the English or Spanish (if available) version of the course to begin the registration process. After you have logged in to your training account, you’ll be taken to the registration page for that specific OLT course -- automatically.
Note: First Coast’s OLT courses are available exclusively through First Coast University external link.
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