it is important that you do your due diligence to ensure the training is trusted and provided by a credible company
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
With 10,000 baby boomers retiring each day, caregiver shortages, and more states mandating training for professional caregivers, it's no surprise that spam-ridden caregiver training websites are competing for potential dollars.
When evaluating caregiver-training, ensure that a credible training provider powers it.
Despite the obstacles of finding credible training, it's no question that quality online caregiver training can be incredibly valuable for both professional and familial caregivers. Further, many states are starting to require training hours for companions that haven't completed a formalized CNA training program.
"myCNAjobs partners with acQuire training, a trusted caregiver training partner focused on providing training that meets state requirements,” says Chelsea Cramer, Recruitment Squad Director of myCNAjobs. “It's disappointing to see so many online businesses turn to making a quick dollar instead of providing quality training that's backed by an accredited organization."
Before purchasing training, it pays to do your research. Talk to your employer or local accredited schools. When purchasing online, check credentials. This is easier said than done, but it's worth verifying the source of training and diving deep into a site to ensure it's backed by a credible company. If it looks like spam, chances are, it is.
“It's okay if you don't purchase training from us,” says Cramer. “But it is important that you do your due diligence to ensure the training is trusted and provided by a credible company."
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