Caregiver Training University assists senior caregivers to become certified as professional caregivers by learning the skills for caregiving outlined by their state's requirements for licensed senior care services.
Caregivers may take the course at their own pace and upon finishing the exam with a passing score, receive a certificate and have their name added to the caregiver training registry. Each state requires annual caregiver renewal training for caregivers to maintain their certification as a professional caregiver.
Skills learned include: Communication with a Senior by Generation, Safe Transfers, Infection Control, Environmental Safety, Emergency Plan, Care Plan Notes, HIPAA Privacy Law Requirements, Elder Abuse and Neglect Identification and Age-related Disease Care, including Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Disease and more. Caregivers may purchase caregiver training with a t-shirt and lapel pin to become a member of the Professional Caregivers Association and join a community of caregivers.