Students Complete 2.7 Million Courses with Silverchair Learning Systems

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Clients complete 2.7 million senior care training courses with Silverchair, a 211% increase from 2007.

In 2008, Silverchair Learning Systems saw their clients complete 2.7 million senior care training courses, a 211% increase from 2007.

Silverchair helps senior care organizations improve their employee training systems. Students take courses online, and managers use the Learning Management System to deliver, track, and report on the effectiveness of their educational programs. The program provides a complete curriculum of in-service and regulatory courses required by CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration), as well as important resident care topics that specifically address the needs of long-term care providers and their employees. The system can also be customized for an organization to include material specific to its facility/facilities.    

"Our increased course completion speaks to the heart of Silverchair's mission," says Mike Mutka, President and Chief Operating Officer of Silverchair Learning Systems. "We believe in the power of quality training to bring about quality care for seniors. Our latest completion rate shows that the senior care community also shares and strives to fully realize this mission."

Silverchair works with more than 350 senior care companies, delivering courses to more than 265,000 users in 49 states.

About Silverchair Learning Systems
Silverchair Learning Systems works with senior care leaders who want to improve the training process in their organizations. Silverchair offers a user-friendly online training solution that improves compliance and eliminates record keeping headaches, while saving time and money. We make online training successful with easy set-up, ease of use, simple tracking, and educationally-rich yet fun courses. Using this system provides peace of mind and confidence. http://www.silverchairlearning.com

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