How do you become a certified compliance officer?

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A compliance officer is a business person who oversees employees to make sure they follow all rules, laws, and guidelines of the company. To become one, you need an education background in business, leadership, health care, and experience or knowledge in the field you are being a compliance officer for. Most compliance officers have master degrees, however you may be able to find a small business that you have the skills for with just a bachelors degree. Make sure you are well trained in CPR and other healthcare skills and know basics of business.
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