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Training Partnership recognized by White House for expansion of Home Care Aide apprenticeship program

The SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership, the largest home care worker training provider in the country, was recognized by the White House on Wednesday for the expansion of its unique apprenticeship program. The program, which is designed to meet the career pathway needs of Washington state’s 43,000 Home Care Aides, works to fill the workforce need in home care, the fastest growing occupation in the country.
Date: 
Wed, 04/16/2014

New issue of Home Care InSight Magazine now available

Home Care InSight Magazine December 2013The latest issue of Home Care InSight Magazine will be delivered to students in the next week. Inside the issue are articles and information for Home Care Aides on training and health benefits. 

Some topics include:

Date: 
Wed, 01/08/2014

Advanced Home Care Aide Apprenticeship and Medical Assistant Graduation a celebration of student achievement

On Friday, Sept. 6, the Training Partnership graduated the first class of Advanced Home Care Aide Apprentices and Medical Assistants in the state. The graduates are the first cohort of career pathway Home Care Aides in the state. The graduation ceremony featured speakers including Medical Assistant program graduate Tanika Aden, author, educator and speaker Eric Liu, SEIU Healthcare 775NW President David Rolf, SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership Executive Director Charissa Raynor and was emceed by SEIU Healthcare 775NW's Vice President and Organizing Director Sterling Harders. Congratulations to all the graduates and thank you to everyone who attended.
Date: 
Wed, 09/11/2013

2013-2014 Benefits Book Now Online

The 2012-2013 Benefits Book is now available online and will be distributed in print in the coming weeks. Training standards vary for different types of workers. Be sure to check your own training standards through the online wizard.
Date: 
Wed, 07/24/2013

Video - One Question

This beautiful video comes from our curriculum partner Sproutflix. In it, 35 people with developmental disabilities answer the same one question: If you could change one thing about yourself, what would you change?

The production crew for this film included eight people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The film was shot over 5 days as part of Sprout’s Make-A-Movie Program.

Date: 
Tue, 12/18/2012

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