First of all, take some time to get organized. Use a computer if you have one or if you don't develope your own method for keeping track of which staff had which inservice. SDCs usually do employee health as well so keep track of when the staff needs TB or physicals.
You should provide the CNAs with 12 credits a year so they can keep their certification....lots of stuff on line for that. As soon as 'they' find out you're the SDC, you'll start getting catalogues with all sorts of different courses. Call your vendors-the lab, the 02 company, the pharmacy, the local ambulance service. Chances are they'll have people who can come in and give inservices. Call your local Hospice or speak to the hospice nurse if you have residents on hospice. Our hospice has come in 4 times over the past year to give inservices. Speak to your medical director....he or she HAS to provide some staff teaching (at least in this state they do and if they don't know the regs, tell 'em it's a reg in your state as well (
)...they'll never know.
If you don't have a good orientation for new employees, create your own or tweak the one you have. You can make up a med test for new nurses or get one from your pharmacy. Develop some competencies so if something happens, you can prove you tested the staff and they passed your standard.
Can you tell I loved being an SDC? Good luck and don't hesitate to ask for help.