Grow Your Professional Skills
Our Continuing Education (CE) courses offer Home Care Aides the opportunity to expand their professional skills and further explore topics most relevant to their Consumer’s needs. We offer in-person, instructor-led classes across the state and also offer the Continuing Education courses online.
Because of our commitment to offering necessary classes needed to provide the best care to your Consumers and grow your professional skills, classes are completely paid for by the SEIU 775 Benefits Group as part of the benefits package you receive.
Technical Requirements to Take Online CE Courses
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- You can access eLearning with a PC using one of the following Operating Systems: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7; courses are now Mac compatible.
- Please open this Portal in either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browsers rather than Internet Explorer since it is no longer supported by the Portal.
- You will need to have Flash plug-in version 7.0 or newer installed for your web browser. It is free and available at Download Adobe Flash Player. If you are using someone else’s computer, the preferences may be set so that the administrator needs to grant permission to install Flash Player. Ask for assistance from the owner of the computer. You can go to Adobe Flash Player Test to learn whether you need to update to a new version of Flash.
- You will need a computer with either a speaker or headphones.
- Turn off the pop-up blocker for your web browser. This is typically found in the “Tools” menu of your browser.
Courses You May Be Interested In
Providing End of Life Care, Part 1
This class is designed to increase awareness of issues related to providing end-of-life care.
Supporting Consumers with Mental Illness, Part 1
Discover the myths and stigmas about mental illness, and how perceptions and treatment of mental illness have changed over time.
Positive Behavior Support for Young Consumers with Developmental Disabilities
Learn about the principles of positive behavior support, an approach used with young consumers (typically 18 or younger) with developmental disabilities who might also have challenging behaviors.
The LGBTQ Community: Basics for a Better Working Relationship
Get to know the history and gain a deeper understanding of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Queer Community.
Falls Prevention: Helping Consumers Stay Safe and Independent in Their Homes
Increase your knowledge of falls, monitoring frequency and risk factors.
Historical Perspectives on People with Developmental Disabilities
Expand your understanding about the history of the treatment of people with developmental disabilities.