This course is an eight-part course series for the Home Care Aide (HCA) 75 hour training certificate. This course focuses on orientation and safety training for the new long term care worker.
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We offer both online and on-site certification and continuing education opportunities. Washington State DSHS required training for Adult Family Homes, Assisted Living Communities and Home Care Agencies is our specialty. We can provide all of your 2012 Initiative 1163 training for you.
We are providers, ourselves, who struggled with assuring our staff received quality and timely training. Cornerstone Healthcare Training Company is the natural evolution of that frustration.
Cornerstone Healthcare Training Company offers DSHS approved instructors to provide your staff with the required training to maintain your compliance with state regulations. But more importantly, we are passionate about providing quality care to the seniors in our communities. To this end, our instructors relay this passion to their students and develop within them a spirit of compassion and a sense of pride in what they do.
We offer a stimulating learning environment to students. Each class is evaluated by the students and that feedback is used to assist us with continuous quality improvement in our offerings and instructional styles. Our on-line classes allow students to progress at their own pace and receive immediate feedback via testing and certification.
Our online classes are NOT to be confused with the typical self-study type class you often find. Ours are interactive and include various combinations of video, video lecture, multi-media presentations, audio, written assignments that are individually read and graded by the instructor and followed by secure testing. In addition, once a course has been completed successfully, the student is able to view and print their official certificate right away on their own printer as proof of completion.
The Cornerstone Healthcare Training Company staff believes that its primary purpose is to educate each student to the highest possible level of academic and skills achievement by providing an appropriate curriculum in a safe, healthy environment. We believe in creating an environment that encourages learning and development through high expectations.
We are dedicated to providing cost-effective, quality training options for small providers in remote locations where sending staff away for training is not an option or creates a hardship on the organization. If we don't have what you need, we will work with you to create it.
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This training meets the requirements for DHSH required HIV and Bloodborne Pathogen training.
This course focuses on the basics of what diabetes is and how it can be managed nutritionally. It counts for five hours of WA State CE. This course is challenging and requires calculation of calories and exchanges to create a balanced diabetic diet as part of the assignments. It contains excellent material for those preparing meals for diabetic clients.
This course uses the WA State DSHS curriculum for Dementia training. Completion of this course and a passing grade on the final test will allow the student to receive a DSHS approved Dementia Certificate and 8 hours of CE.
This course uses the WA State DSHS curriculum for Mental Health training. Completion of this course and a passing grade on the final test will allow the student to receive a DSHS approved Mental Health Certificate and 6 hours of CE.
This course has two segments. The first is a 2 hour Orientation to the long term care setting. The second is a 3 hour Safety class. Completion of both of these segments meets the requirement for DSHS Orientation and Safety Training for new employees in the long term care setting. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate documenting this training.
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This is the WA DSHS certification course for basic Nurse Delegation. You must be either an NAR or an NAC and have completed Revised Fundamentals of Care OR have your HCA certification before you can receive your certificate in this class.
DSHS Course for caregivers seeking certification in a Nurse Delegation for Diabetes.
You must be either an NAR or an NAC and have completed Revised Fundamentals of Care OR have your HCA certification before you can receive your certificate in this class.
This course is specifically for Individual Providers who work through the "COPES" program and have been told they are "out of compliance" by their case manager and have had their "contracts terminated."