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HCA 75-hour Course

75 Hours (10 Days Total) - Eight days of Virtual - ZOOM Training and Two days of In-Person Training

  • Starts Jun 17
  • 600 US dollars
  • Eight days of Virtual - ZOOM Training and Two days In-Person Training in Seattle

Available spots


Requirement: A computer with audio/video capability is required; mobile devices are not recommended. 1. Orientation & Safety - 5 Hours(in ZOOM): This initial segment is crucial for establishing foundational knowledge and safety protocols required before trainees can engage in direct caregiving. It is divided into: - Orientation - 2 Hours (in ZOOM): This session introduces trainees to the program's structure, ethical guidelines, and overall expectations of their roles as Home Care Aides. - Safety Training - 3 Hours (in ZOOM): This his training covers essential safety procedures, including emergency response, infection control, and accident prevention, to ensure the well-being of both caregivers and clients. 2. Population Specific Training - 16 Hours (in ZOOM): Tailored to equip caregivers with specialized skills to care for specific client groups, this training includes: - Mental Health Specialty, Level 1: Capable Caregiving for Mental Wellness (8 Hours): Focused on providing care for clients with mental health issues, this module covers techniques for effective communication, crisis management, and promoting mental health stability. - Dementia Specialty: Dementia Capable Caregiver, Level 1 (8 Hours): Dedicated to dementia care, this module teaches caregivers about the nuances of dementia, managing challenging behaviors, and creating a supportive environment for clients with dementia. 3. Core Basic Training - 54 Hours (38 Hours in ZOOM & 16 Hours In-Person): The bulk of the training involves comprehensive instruction and practical skills development in caregiving: - Fundamentals of Caregiving & Enhancements (38 Hours): This extensive virtual training covers various topics necessary for daily caregiving tasks, including person-centered care, nutrition management, medication handling, and more... - Hands-on Skills Practice (16 Hours): Conducted over two days in a skills lab, trainees apply their learned skills in practical settings to solidify their ability to perform caregiving tasks confidently and competently. Upon completing these modules, participants will be ready to pass the Washington State Department of Health Home Care Aide certification knowledge and skills exams and become licensed.

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Contact Details

+1 (360) 878-0001

Located on the 7th floor 3250 Airport Way South suite #730, Seattle, WA, USA

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