Welcome! I’m looking forward to sharing the inside scoop on IPCed here with you, including training updates, new courses, and tips about making the most of your training. To start off, I’m going to give a quick overview of what captivates me about working for such a creative, dynamic company, where we are constantly seeking out new training solutions for YOU.
Training is Key
When I first joined IPCed, I had a great time learning about all the training solutions we offer, and I continue to be impressed by the extent of our training. Whether you want to get certified as a personal care aide or are an administrator of a home care or assisted living facility looking for ways to motivate your staff or grow your business, we have a course for you.
We are experts in meeting state training compliance and we work diligently with regulators to stay on top of constantly changing requirements.
Our courses can be delivered in whatever format meets your needs. Online training offers terrific convenience, but we also offer classroom training, blended solutions, DVDs and books. Supplemental materials include instructor guides, quizzes and certificates.
Our content is written by top instructors in the senior care field and we are constantly adding new topics to our repertoire.
As the client relations and communications manager for IPCed, I work with agencies throughout the U.S. to orient them to our training, and it’s fascinating to learn how our training solutions are working for caregivers from New York to California. I hear touching stories about their caregiving experiences that I’m looking forward to sharing with you.
Keeping up with the elder population
As everyone knows, our elder population is growing at an ever-increasing rate. Whether seniors choose to age at home or in their choice of facility, they will all need caregivers – and the workforce is barely going to keep pace with the demand. IPCed is here to provide the best training solutions possible so caregivers can provide high quality, compassionate care to seniors, now and in the future.
Thank you for joining us on our journey to improve quality of care!
Next week I’ll share some great caregiver stories with you. If you have any topics you’d like to see me cover, please leave a comment.