Care2Learn Continues to Grow Elearning Courses in Senior Healthcare

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Care2Learn has reached another milestone for 2006 for an online library focused in senior care environments. Over 150,000 registered users participate in online courses as of November, 2006.

Care2Learn has reached another milestone for 2006 for an online library focused in senior care environments. Over 150,000 registered users participate in online courses as of November, 2006.

Care2Learn continues to receive requests to expand their professional library with their senior care clients in home care, assisted living, CCRCs and skilled nursing facilities. Caretakers working in professional educator roles are challenged to develop the materials necessary for their learning management systems and need help.

"We continue to partner with author experts practicing in senior care to establish a library of over 2000 hours of education and training for 16 different disciplines," says Edie Deane, CEO at Care2Learn. "The flexibility of our library gives our clients the opportunity to build with pride an online university model with a continuing education and training focus- at a fraction of usual training costs ."

In pursuit of this goal, Care2Learn is pleased to announce a new Administrator in Training leadership program online for their Corporate University Clients. This course can assist in establishing training sites, developing the preceptor program and other areas needed for training long-term care administrators. Care2Learn has recently hired new Account Management talent -- Tracy Foster Care2Learn with many years experience as a licensed administrator. He will assist Care2Learn clients with implementation of new online universities and use of the AIT and other targeted education courses.

About Care2Learn of Bradenton, Florida

Founded in 2000 by healthcare professionals from the long-term care rehabilitation industry, Care2Learn provides learning management systems and content with engaging, affordable, easy-to-use online continuing education. It has accredited over 2000 courses and 57 in-services for 16 healthcare disciplines, with more courses in production. Care2Learn serves healthcare professionals and their employers worldwide. For further information, visit http://www.Care2Learn.com.

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