Bradenton, FL (PRWEB) January 16, 2006
Care2Learn announces a new Elearning solution for therapists at Functional Pathways based in Knoxville, Tennessee. Functional Pathways University - the customized Learning Management System created by Care2Learn - was developed last fall with the purpose of educating, training, testing, reporting and tracking continuing education for over 140 therapists in 10 states.
Functional Pathways obtained access to Care2Learn’s accredited coursework library for their Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapists and Assistants.
“E-Learning is a tremendous resource for health care professionals,” says Faith Williams, Account Manager with Care2Learn. “The flexibility of the Internet gives the busy therapist an easy, convenient and cost-effective way to stay current and maintain licensure. Being able to control where, when, and how long the training/learning takes place is invaluable. We look forward to enhancing Functional Pathways’ educational program with the Care2Learn library.”
With Functional Pathways University online, Care2Learn now has over 75,000 registered users and growing.
About Functional Pathways of Knoxville, Tennessee
Functional Pathways is a national rehab therapy provider owned and operated by accomplished therapists. Beginning with the president and founder, Dan Knorr, the company has grown an organized staff of highly trained professionals with extensive rehab expertise. Functional Pathways, with over fifteen years of experience, is a fast growing leader in the rehabilitation industry. To learn more visit http://www.FunctionalPathways.com
About Care2Learn of Bradenton, Florida
Founded in 2000 by professionals from the long-term care rehabilitation industry, Care2Learn provides learning management systems and content for over 75,000 healthcare professionals with engaging, affordable, easy-to-use online continuing education. It has accredited over 1700 courses and 41 in-services for 15 healthcare disciplines, with more courses in production. Care2Learn serves healthcare professionals and their employers worldwide. For further information, visit http://www.Care2Learn.com.
Contact: Vikki Dibble