Different Caregiver Courses from the American Caregiver Association

Different Caregiver Courses from the American Caregiver Association


Hi folks here at the Aca. We get a lot of questions about the courses we offer and how they differ First off anyone is welcome to take our courses and for any reason you deem necessary You do not have to have a high school diploma or ged to take our courses Okay now to the actual courses let’s start with our bread-and-butter course the national caregiver certification course the in CCC covers the core essentials of caregiving it’s a versatile course because it can be utilized by the beginner caregiver or It can be used to fulfill a continuing education or insurance requirement This course is also taken by Private duty caregivers and those interested in starting their own caregiver service businesses Okay, what about our advanced national caregiver certification course the advanced caregiver course includes everything in the in? CCC course, but the advanced course is more comprehensive includes several additional topics and is about twice the length and pages Next is our national assisted living manager certification course or the null Mac for short The null Mac is all about management managing people and problems within the caregiver field Like the other courses people take the null Mac for different reasons Some take the null Mac and preparation for moving into a position of increased responsibilities Others because they want to Pad their resume or again to fulfill some type of requirement Finally a lot of people ask about how many in class hours. They are credited with when they take an ACa course You are credited with [120] hours of in-class time for the in CCC course and 200 hours for the a in CCC course When you complete the null mac you are credited with 80 hours of in-class time Well, that’s it if you have any additional questions Email us at [Aca] Caregiver at live Com or visit our website at wwf in Caregiver Association org

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