Are the Health Unit Coordinators Trained Properly? (Video)

This is the story of how I became a Health Unit Coordinator.

I applied for the job online and was called in for an interview. Before I did the interview, I was required to take a typing test. I took the test and passed and then I did the interview and got the job. 

For the first two weeks of the job, I and the rest of the new HUCs, were in a room for eight hours learning medical terminology. Once, we passed the medical terminology course we moved on to the unit that we were going to be working on and were put into a room to complete required Computer Based Learning (CBLs) and then we were allowed on the floor to start our orientation.

Now, if you want to be a Unit Clerk, all you have to do is be able to pass a background and drug test. And then you are sent to the floor for a rushed through orientation with multiple people. 

How can a new HUC process all of this information, some of it right and some of it wrong depend on who trained them?

How is that being trained properly?