We look forward to bringing their members the tools for training success.
Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) February 23, 2010
The Kansas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA) has chosen Silverchair Learning Systems as the preferred online training provider for KAHSA, bringing its members effective training solutions that will help improve operations and reduce costs.
KAHSA President/CEO Debra Zehr states, "Well-trained staff are the key to outstanding quality of care. We are pleased to partner with Silverchair to provide enhanced opportunities for relevant, timely staff training for our members."
This partnership gives KAHSA members access to a highly effective and affordable turn-key learning program that delivers, tracks and reports on educational programs for their entire organization. Silverchair's training 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 senior care providers and their employees. The program can also be customized to include material specific to an organization.
"KAHSA does an excellent job of working and communicating with their members to provide the highest level of care for seniors," said Mike Mutka, President and COO of Silverchair Learning Systems. "We look forward to bringing their members the tools for training success."
KAHSA has negotiated favorable pricing with Silverchair, making the learning management and online training system available to its members at a substantial discount.
About Kansas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA):
Founded in 1954, the Kansas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (KAHSA) represents not-for-profit (NFP) long-term care provider organizations throughout Kansas. Our 160 members exist solely to serve the unmet needs of elders. They spring from a diverse heritage of religious, fraternal, civic organizations, and local units of government. All share a common benevolent purpose and are committed to a ministry of service, care, and community benefit. KAHSA members serve nearly 20,000 Kansas seniors in nursing homes, retirement communities, hospital long-term care units, assisted living residences, senior housing and through community-based services. http://www.kahsa.org
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