National Certification Board for Alzheimer and Aging Care (NCBAC) Releases Enhanced Version of Certified Alzheimer Educator Course (CAEd(tm)

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CAEd(tm) Course provides educators with customized information on adult learning a well as complete curriculum for the Alzheimer Caregiver Certification. Revised course features voice-over narration, color illustration and sample test questions.

CAEd credential is widely recognized as a standard of excellence

"When we created the Educator certification and course, we consulted with some of the top experts in adult learning. Their knowledge and advice is featured in this course."

The National Certification Board for Alzheimer and Aging Care (NCBACtm) is releasing a newly enhanced version of its Certified Alzheimer Educator course. The course prepares the candidate to take the exam and upon successful completion, become certified and able to use the CAEd(tm) credential.

The NCBAC organization, which is dedicated to excellence in elder care, previously released a new revision of the Certified Alzheimer Caregiver course (CACtm) in early March.

The new version of the CAEd(tm) course is available May 29. A preview tutorial is currently available at the company's website: http://www.ncbac.net.

The enhanced course format allows students multiple ways to view the content including laptop, desktop or smart phone. Voice-over narration of the complete text means that a student can listen to the instruction as they commute or during other daily activities.

The 12 module course features two courses in one. The first four modules are dedicated to the techniques of teaching adults with special insights as to how they learn.. Modules 5-12 are the complete Certified Alzheimer Caregiver course (CACtm).

"NCBAC is dedicated to excellence in elder care." explains Donna Surges Tatum, President of NCBAC, "When we created the Educator certification and course, we consulted with some of the top experts in adult learning. Their knowledge and advice is featured in this course."

Both certifications have successfully been offered to caregivers and educators for over ten years. They are currently listed in the US Department of Labor's Career One Stop Publication. In addition they are recognized by the state of New Jersey in their 2017 Industry-Valued Credential

List and the training is approved and Accredited by the state of Florida.

NCBAC offers true certifications and the training that prepares a student for them. It is the only independent national board that follows the healthcare certification/licensure model, offering standardized certification examinations in dementia care. Examinations and supporting training are carefully designed from extensive research and on-the-job data to provide a true reflection of the work.
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