Types of Training
Quality training to help you deliver quality care.
Your learning benefits begin as soon as you decide to become a caregiver!
You will get comprehensive training that will help you give high-quality care to your client or loved one.
After completing your required training, you will have more opportunities to build your skill set, grow professionally and increase your technical knowledge through Continuing Education and other programs.
Courses and Learning Benefits
All caregivers must complete Orientation & Safety Training (O&S) to begin working.
Basic Training 7 is required training for Parent Individual Provider (DDA).
Basic Training 9 is required training for respite caregivers.
Basic Training 30 is required training for Parent Individual Provider, Limited Service and Adult Child Caregivers.
Information and skills needed to earn Department of Health (DOH) certification, required to become a Home Care Aide (HCA).
Want to develop advanced caregiving skills? Find out if you’re eligible and enroll.
Continuing Education (CE) courses are an opportunity for you to refresh important skills or learn new skills that are specific to the needs of your client(s). Standard HCAs and Adult Child Providers will need to complete 12 hours of CE every year.
Classroom policies ensuring a successful learning environment, everyone supports each other and gets the most out of each class.