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Continuing Education Courses Now Available

Continuing Education (CE) courses give you the opportunity to expand your professional skills and explore topics most relevant to clients’ needs.

You can now enroll in new CEs. Courses include:

CE Deadline Update

All caregivers with an outstanding CE requirement for 2019, 2020, 2021 or 2022 must complete it by February 24, 2023. After this date, your annual CE due date is your birthday.

If you do not finish your required training by your deadline, you will no longer be able to continue working as a paid caregiver.

If you have a birthday between January 1 and February 24, 2023, you also have until February 24, 2023 to complete your CEs.

The Member Resource Center (MRC) is experiencing higher than normal call volumes due to upcoming deadlines. For quicker service, please email them at .

How to Enroll

To take online CEs

  • Go to
  • Enter the email address you gave when you were hired into the Email field.
  • Type Summer2022 as your password. Once you log in, you will be asked to update your temporary password and confirm your contact information.
  • View all the available CEs on your online dashboard.

To enroll in webinars or in-person CE courses

  • Individual Providers (IPs) can call the Member Resource Center at 1-866-371-3200 or email They are available from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
  • Agency Providers (APs) will need to contact their employer.

Please only take the number of credits that you have outstanding. Any credits you take over your 2022 CE requirement will not be applied to your 2023 CE requirement.

How to Take CEs in Your Preferred Language

You have two different interpreter options available to you.

1. Professional Interpreter

  • Some in-person CEs may be available near you in your preferred language. Contact the MRC to learn what classes are available.
  • If the class is not available in your preferred language, you can request a free professional interpreter.
    • All professional interpreter requests must be made through the MRC. You can request an interpreter when you call to enroll.
    • Interpreters not provided by SEIU 775 Benefits Group are currently not allowed in the classrooms due to Covid-19 impacts.

2. Community Interpreter

  • For webinars and online CEs, you can use a community interpreter.
    • A community interpreter is a friend or relative over the age of 18 that is not your client.
  • When enrolling in a webinar, let the MRC know that you will have a community interpreter helping you during your webinar.
  • For online CEs, you do not need to let the MRC know.

What to Expect from CE Courses


Your time is valuable so spending time improving your skills must be beneficial. You will be paid for completing your required CE courses.


CE courses build on knowledge gained in Basic Training, providing more specialized skills for situations you may face when supporting clients.


CE courses are available in-person and online, letting you learn at your own speed and whenever it is convenient for you.


Online courses offer meaningful, diverse subjects, from overviews to in-depth explorations on specific topics.

Students with Disabilities

Students with disabilities have the right to request and receive reasonable accommodation so they can take full advantage of the Training Partnership’s programs and activities. Learn more about our reasonable accommodation policy.

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Required Training

Learn which training you are required to complete to work as a caregiver.

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