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8 hour Non-Medical Caregiver

Certification Series

$34 Certifies one caregiver.

This eight-hour series in basic caregiving skills is the first step in your journey toward becoming a professional Non-Medical Caregiver.

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Complete CEU Library

(50 courses +2 bonus courses)

$59 Unlimited use for one caregiver for one year.

Need CEUs to keep your CNA or HHA certification current? Get started with an all-access pass to our top 50 courses for one year.

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FAQs about Certification

Who should take this course?

This series is perfect for:

  • Anyone interested in a career as a caregiver.
  • Current, paid caregivers who never got initial training.
  • Family caregivers caring for a loved one.
Is it valid in my state?

In the Know’s Caregiver Certification series is valid for caregivers in these states:

AL, AK, CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, HI, ID, IN, IA, KS, KY, MD, MI, MS, MO, MT, NJ, ND, NC, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VT, WV, WI, WY.

A handful of states have strict requirements for initial training. If you live in AZ, AR, GA, IL, LA, ME, MA, MN, NV, NE, NM, NY, VA, PN, VA, or WA, follow your workplace guidelines, contact your state’s Board of Nursing, or look for training from your local community college.

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What is a non-medical caregiver?

In general, non-medical caregivers provide personal care, companionship and/or homemaking duties—all with the goal of helping people remain independent and stay in their own homes as long as possible.

Some agencies require their non-medical caregivers to be Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), but in most states, being a CNA is not necessary.

Where can a non-medical caregiver work?

Rules may vary by state, but non-medical caregivers are generally employed by home care agencies and provide one-on-one care in clients’ homes.

FAQs about CEUs

Who should subscribe to this library?

The courses in this library are perfect for any Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or Home Health Aide (HHA) who requires continuing education in order to keep their certification current. Check with your state’s Board of Nursing to find out what’s required in your state.

What courses are included in the CEU library?

This library contains 50 of our most popular courses covering common disease processes, safety, infection control, and professional development.

Here are just a few:

  • Providing Client-Centered Care
  • Understanding Diabetes
  • Helping Clients with Mental Illness
  • Helping with Mobility
  • Dealing with Difficult/Combative People
  • Client Safety Tips
  • Taking Care of Your Back

PLUS! You also get access to 2 bonus courses from Caregiver Kitchen!

Are these courses approved in my state?

Every In the Know CEU course is approved for all caregivers (CNA, HHA, PCA, etc.) in all states with a few exceptions.

Exceptions include:

  • Texas — You may only complete half of your CEUs online. The online courses in this library will help you meet half of your CEU requirements.
  • California — You may only complete half of your CEUs online. The online courses in this library will help you meet half of your CEU requirements.
  • Delaware — You must use CEUs provided by Elsevier. Click HERE for access.

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