Types of Training
Quality training to help you deliver quality care.
We want to provide access to classes and long-term professional education, so that every Home Care Aide:
- Has been trained rigorously to meet the needs of their job
- Is well respected and well compensated for their work
- Has meaningful opportunities for professional development and career growth
- Provides high-quality care
Classes and Skills
Skills-handling emergencies, preventing infectious diseases, and avoiding accidents and injuries-before becoming a Home Care Aide.
Now, with more online options, students can enjoy more flexibility and convenience while being able to select topics of study, like autism and dementia, that are important to you.
Information and skills needed to earn Department of Health (DOH) certification, required to become a Home Care Aide.
If you were exempt from the requirement of taking Basic Training, you now have the option to earn a raise and sharpen your skills through Basic Training 70.
Want to develop advanced caregiving skills? Find out if you’re eligible and enroll.
Get national certification from the U.S. Department of Labor as part of the Advanced Training program.
In-person and online courses expanding your professional skills, exploring topics relevant to your Consumer’s needs.
Classroom policies ensuring a successful learning environment, everyone supports each other and gets the most out of each class.
Help Improve Future Classes
Your input is important — take the survey to help make our classes better.
The Training Partnership Customer Service Team would like your feedback to provide the best possible training for our students. These online surveys are short, and your feedback makes a difference! Your feedback will help us:
- Improve classes
- Make sure your opinions are heard
- Better meet your needs as a student
After you complete a course, follow the “Take Survey” link on your student home page to review the course.
In-Person Feedback and Focus Groups
In addition to surveys, the Training Partnership collects input from students through in-person feedback and focus groups. These opportunities allow students to share their ideas and feedback to improve classes. If you are interested in participating, email firstname.lastname@example.org and give us your full name and date of birth in the email. We will contact you in the future for feedback opportunities.