In-Person and Webinar CE Courses

You can now enroll in Continuing Education (CE) webinar and in-person courses.

Available CE Courses:

Please enroll for courses you have not taken before as you cannot get credit for a CE course you have previously completed.

Some CE courses are available in multiple languages. The Member Resource Center (MRC) can check language availability.

Important Information about CE Deadlines

CE deadlines are currently extended until February 24, 2023.

If you do not complete your CE requirement by your deadline, you will not be able to continue working as a paid caregiver.

How to Enroll

Individual Providers (IPs) can enroll by calling the Member Resource Center (MRC) at 1 (866) 371-3200 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pacific time, Monday-Friday.

Agency Providers (APs) can enroll by contacting their employer.

CE Courses

Mindful Eating

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course format:
    • Webinar and in-person.
  • Course description:
    • Learn about the concept of mindfulness and how mindfulness influences eating. You will examine hunger through the lens of mindful eating and apply best practices in mindful eating.

Caring for Clients with Bipolar Disorder

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course format:
    • Webinar and in-person.
  • Course description:
    • Learn how to report signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder, how to report changes from baseline, and how to use appropriate measures to support a client with bipolar disorder. You will learn how to use appropriate measures to help aid in suicide prevention and will be provided resources that can help with bipolar disorder.

Caregiver Best Practices: Overexertion

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • Learn how to define overexertion, summarize the importance of preventing overexertion, and recognize signs of overexertion. You will model best practices for preventing overexertion injuries, such as how to handle tasks that include assistive devices and how to move and reposition a client or object safely.

Verbal De-Escalation Techniques

  • CE credit:
    • 6 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • Learn about agitated behavior and how to verbally de-escalate situations involving an agitated client. Course topics include the rules of verbal de-escalation and how to apply them to a situation with an agitated client; how to apply the LOWLINE model to an escalating situation with a client; how to recognize and appropriately respond to three types of agitated behavior; and self-reflection practices after a difficult event.

Stroke (begins March 2023)

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • In this course, you will learn about the effects of stroke. You will also learn best practices to support a client experiencing the cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and physical effects of stroke. Lastly, you will learn how to respond to signs and symptoms of stroke and how to collaborate with a client to follow lifestyle changes that can prevent stroke.

Substance Misuse (begins March 2023)

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • In this course, you will learn how to identify signs of substance misuse. You will also learn how to provide support for a client who is misusing substances.

Assertive Communication (begins March 2023)

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • In this course, you will learn about assertive and nonassertive communication styles and how assertive communication helps on the job. You will also learn to use nonverbal and verbal assertive communication techniques to protect against unwanted behaviors.

Lupus (begins March 2023)

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course format:
    • In-person only.
  • Course description:
    • In this course, you will learn about the signs and symptoms of lupus. You will also learn how to support a client with lupus to follow their medical treatment, make lifestyle adjustments to prevent flares, and manage their lupus symptoms. Lastly, you will learn about the available resources that may help a client with lupus.

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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