Online Caregiver Training for Family Caregivers and Professional Caregivers

Online caregiver training assists both family and professional caregivers to deliver quality care to seniors while following industry safety standards. The Caregiverlist Certified training meets the guidelines created by industry professionals.
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Oct. 23, 2012 - PRLog -- Family caregivers and professional caregivers both need proper caregiver training in order to deliver quality care to seniors and now Caregiverlist’s Certified Caregiver training delivers an easy online solution for senior caregivers.  The 10-hour online course provides training modules on each of the

Caregiverlist, the only online resource for senior caregivers created by industry professionals, provides tools for becoming a senior caregiver, including a directory of Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A.) schools, a free caregiver resume builder and an explanation of background check laws in each state.  The online senior caregiver training allows caregivers to take the course at their own pace.  Once the caregiver training program is passed at 80%, the caregiver receives a Certificate to print out.

Family caregivers will want to become educated about caregiver skills in order to be successful as a caregiver.  Some states do require basic caregiver training for professional non-medical senior caregivers.

“Caregiving requires many skills and proper training is important in order to deliver quality care,” says Julie Northcutt, CEO of Caregiverlist, Inc.  “Many states have begun passing legislation to require a minimum standard of training for senior caregivers.  Right now only 18 states in the U.S. have training standards for senior caregivers but as the population ages and senior care moves to the home, more states will begin regulating this industry”, continues Northcutt.

Caregiverlist Certified Training, powered by aQuire Training Solutions, includes the following training modules:

     ●   Duties of a Caregiver

     ●   Communicating with Others

     ●   Observation, Reporting and Recording

     ●   Providing Personal Care

     ●   Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility

     ●   Elimination and Toileting

     ●   Infection Control

     ●   Environmental Hazards and Safety

     ●   Basic First Aid

     ●   Understanding Elder Abuse

Online caregiver training also includes caregiver tutorial videos.  Caregivers may apply for a senior caregiver job near them on Caregiverlist’s Career Center, which is used by licensed senior home care agencies nationwide to maintain staffing for their senior clients.

Caregiverlist provides the premiere service connecting seniors and professional caregivers with the most reliable eldercare options, highest quality ratings and outstanding careers nationwide and was recently featured in AARP Magazine’s Clip-n-Save senior care guide.

Source:Caregiverlist, Inc.
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