New Online Continuing Education Courses

Up to 36 new Continuing Education (CE) hours are now available online!

If you were sent an email to complete CEs in the Caregiver Learning Center on My Benefits, please follow the instructions in the email. The instructions to log in to the Caregiver Learning Center is different than the process below.

When logging into the online platform for the first time, follow these instructions:

  • Go to myseiu.be/online22.
  • 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.

Need help? View the Online CE Guide.

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.

Courses include:

Online CE Courses

First Things First – Taking Care of Yourself

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Discover the importance of self-care for healthcare professionals.

Customer Service Skills

  • CE credit:
    • 1 hour.
  • Course description:
    • Establish skills for providing outstanding customer service as a healthcare professional.

Back to the Basics of Nutrition

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Identify the basics of good nutrition and the benefits of meal planning.

Assisting a Client Living with Chronic Pain

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Discover techniques for supporting clients who live with chronic pain.

Falls and Fall Prevention

  • CE credit:
    • 1 hour.
  • Course description:
    • Prevent client falls and respond appropriately when they happen.

The Difference Between a Right and Left Sided Stroke

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course description:
    • What is a stroke, its causes, and how does it affect the brain? Get answers to this question, as well as helpful tips for supporting clients with left-brain and right-brain injuries.

How to be a Great Team Member

  • CE credit:
    • 1 hour.
  • Course description:
    • Become an effective and supportive member of a team in a professional healthcare setting.

Getting Enough ZZZs – The Importance of Sleep

  • CE credit:
    • 1 hour.
  • Course description:
    • Gain a basic understanding of the science behind sleep, the health benefits of sleep, and senior sleep patterns.

Establishing Trust Through Communication with the Elderly

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Develop effective communication skills for working with long-term clients.

Substance Abuse and Addiction in the Older Client

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Strategies for caregivers supporting older clients living with substance abuse and addiction.

Recognizing Depression in Your Older Client

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Learn how to identify and support clients living with depression.

Care of the Dying

  • CE credit:
    • 4 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Get best practices for caring for a dying client in residential care settings (adult family homes, assisted living facilities, residential care facilities, and private homes).

Medication Assistance

  • CE credit:
    • 5 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Explore the caregiver’s role in self-directed care for the IP, nurse delegation, administering and assisting medication, and supporting medication for clients living with dementia.

Isn’t Dementia the Same as Alzheimer’s

  • CE credit:
    • 3 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Did you know that different types of dementia exist? Learn about 11 different types in this overview of dementia.

Client and Their Rights (2 hrs)

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • This 2-hour CE class covers Client Rights in the various residential care settings and the client’s own private home. There are four main topic areas covered. They are: Client Rights, Advance Directives, Abuse and Mandatory Reporters, Restraints.

Skin and Body Care (2 hrs)

  • CE credit:
    • 2 hours.
  • Course description:
    • Skin is a vital organ of the human body. Home Care Aides have an important role in promoting and maintaining a client’s skin integrity. There are many things a Home Care Aide can do to help keep a client’s skin healthy. Home Care Aides must also routinely observe a client’s skin, know the types of problems to look for, and document and report skin problems immediately. Assisting with body care is a very important part of assisting a client to keep their skin and body healthy. Being well-groomed can also be an important mental and physical boost. Home Care Aides may provide assistance with a variety of personal care tasks that support skin and body health. This course will teach the Home Care aid the basics of skin and body care.

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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