The Institute for Professional Care Education Announces New Caregiver Certification Programs

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The Institute for Professional Care Education has created new online certification programs to help companies increase their employees’ skills and boost their overall reputation. These nationally recognized caregiver training programs cover a wide range of topics for all types of caregiving.

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New certification programs are available to customers of the Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) as a way to increase caregivers’ skills in a particular area. These nationally recognized certifications will help caregivers increase the quality of care to their clients, residents, or patients.

Each certification focuses on a specific area of caregiving such as dementia care, post-hospital care, or end of life care. Once a caregiver successfully completes a program, their manager has the option to provide a pin indicating which certification was earned. These pins reinforce to clients, residents, and patients that their caregiver is properly trained, helping to increase their satisfaction.

Organizations earn a certification when employees complete the online training program. Once earned, these certifications can be used on an organization’s website and in marketing materials as a way to build trust with potential clients and grow their business. Companies can also use these accreditations as a way to differentiate themselves from the competition. By earning these certifications, providers will be able to show to current and potential customers that they are dedicated to high quality care services.

To learn more about these certifications, visit http://www.ipced.com/certification or call 1-877-843-8374.

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. IPCed specializes 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 understand 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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