IPCed to Host Webinar: “Training Compliance in 2014: What You Need to Know”

The Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) is holding an educational webinar on January 30, 2014 at 11 a.m. to address caregiver training issues and opportunities for 2014.

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Sharon K. Brothers, MSW

It can be difficult for senior care providers to navigate the waters of compliance and regulatory changes. IPCed helps senior care organizations better understand compliance, and know what's coming in 2014 for training and requirements.

Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 29, 2014

Sharon Brothers, CEO of IPCed, will explain how senior care organizations can better understand regulatory changes, excel at surveys and lower their risk for injury/accident. She will also address tips for using training to lower employee turnover and increase client referrals.

IPCed helps senior care organizations more easily meets their state compliance requirements. Brothers will share some of the benefits of having a solid training program in place, both for compliance and for building reputation and business success.

“It can be difficult for senior care providers to navigate the waters of compliance and regulatory changes. IPCed helps senior care organizations better understand and meet compliance, and know what is coming in 2014 in the world of training and requirements,” said Brothers.

Interested participants can register online for the one-hour webinar. There is no charge to attend.

About IPCed:

The Institute for Professional Care Education (http://www.ipced.com) provides engaging, interactive, easy to use training courses for the long term care industry, both online and in DVD formats. They specialize in initial and ongoing training for caregivers working in home care, assisted living and community-based care as well as continuing education for care professionals including nurses, social workers, administrators and nursing assistants. IPCed was founded by people who know caregiving, and who know how crucial education and training is to running a first-class quality business. IPCed’s team knows that effective, engaging training is essential – for delivering quality care and building a solid, sustaining business.


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