We hope to deliver caregiver training videos in a stimulating, yet fun approach
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
myCNAjobs is pleased to announce the launch of its’ latest caregiver training tools, a caregiver video blog series. The ‘vlog’ will deliver valuable career insight for professional caregivers and Certified Nursing Assistants building and growing a career in the booming senior care industry.
A team member of the myCNAjobs Recruitment Squad – responsible for caregiver acquisition and career enhancement - creates each vlog post directly from the myCNAjobs headquarters in Chicago, IL.
“We hope to deliver caregiver training videos in a stimulating, yet fun approach,” says Chelsea Cramer of the myCNAjobs Recruitment Squad.
“We’re committed to creating free posts each week and will focus on a variety of topics concerning professional caregivers looking to enhance their career or simply join the community conversation,” adds Cramer.
The caregiver training and insight videos will range in length from 30 seconds to 2 minutes and will be chocked full of useful, on-the-ground information for caregivers looking to learn, grow, and become stronger in their career. More importantly, the caregiver training videos will aim to help caregivers become better caretakers to serve the thousands of elderly people seeking professional care options in the months and years to come.
“We’ll actively seek input from our caregiver community to add training that’s grounded in the type of insight caregivers are looking for,” adds Cramer.
To kick-off the vlog series, Cramer offers a single caregiver interview tip based on feedback from senior care experts across the country.
To subscribe to the entire series of caregiver training posts, subscribe to the myCNAjobs YouTube channel.
myCNAjobs is the world’s most comprehensive resource to find rewarding work and hire caregivers and certified nursing assistants effectively. To learn more visit, myCNAjobs.com or contact info(at)myCNAjobs(dot)com. To apply for caregiver or CNA jobs, complete the caregiver application.