With 8,000 baby boomers retiring each day, the need for both familial and professional caregivers has never been greater. In light of this, myCNAjobs is expanding the Caregiver Career Resource Center to add low-cost caregiver training, continuing education credits for Certified Nursing Assistants, and access to helpful information for familial caregivers.
“Non-medical caregivers often enter the workforce with little to no training,” says Brandi Kurtyka, Chief Marketing Officer. “Further, many families are thrust into caregiving roles without any prior experience or knowledge of how to care for an aging senior,” adds Kurtyka.
The training and caregiver certification center boasts 80+ online modules, allowing caregivers to learn at their own pace and test their knowledge with built-in quizzes. Many of the learning sessions can be completed in under an hour and all modules offer a solid framework to become a caregiver and better help a senior lead a more comfortable life.
For people looking for a caregiver, home health aide, or CNA job, training certifications are available upon 80% successful course completion. The certificates are valuable for use on a caregiver resume and during the interviewing process.
“We’re always hunting for innovative strategies to help our caregiver network grow their career and become more knowledgeable in all aspects of caregiving. Further, we’re committed to maintaining credible and low-cost caregiver training options for anyone that is serving in a caregiver role - it’s a tough job,” adds Kurtyka.
Training for caregivers is now available in the caregiver training center: http://www.mycnajobs.com/caregiver-training-and-resources/
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