Continuing Education

All caregivers with a CE requirement can now log into My Benefits and go to the Caregiver Learning Center to enroll in online CEs, in-person classes or webinars. Learn how to log in and enroll in CEs. 

If you would like to take CEs in your preferred language, learn more about available CE options or how you can request an interpreter.

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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

Your annual CE due date is your birthday. Standard Home Care Aides (HCAs) and Adult Child Providers must complete 12 hours of CE credit by your due date to meet your requirement.

The Continuing Education (CE) deadline for CEs due from 2019-2022 was extended to August 31, 2023 (8/31/2023). While this deadline has now passed, you still have a chance to complete your training. Learn more about the extended CE deadline.

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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