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The National Caregiver Certification Training course has reached the pinnacle of demand, owing to excellent career opportunities in countries like Canada, Dubai, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States, and UAE.

 

Our National Caregiver Certification Course (NCCC) is provided by experienced industry experts and they will provide hands-on training with complete theory and practical knowledge.

 

In this course, you would understand the roles and responsibilities of caregivers. You will study the legal and ethical issues involved in the caregiving process. You will also learn how to communicate with individuals with disabilities, stress management, body mechanics, and organizational skills. This course will also discuss the purpose of observing, reporting, and documenting. You will learn the importance of cultural awareness and cultural competency, as well as gain an understanding of the ailments and illnesses that you may encounter.

 

LIVE COACHING SESSION   

Access to two Classroom interactive  group sessions with facilitators, within the 6-week course training 

Up to  6 Weeks or more  Online Course Duration  

Personalized Virtual Learning Environment  

Full Online Access to Course Modules 

Certificate of Completion with MyCare Assistant 

Self-Paced Learning Experience 

Membership in  Continuous Professional Learning Community  

Networking Opportunities with International Agencies 

CPR Simulation 

DBS Check (worth N10,000)

Up to 200hrs of Volunteer practical clinical experience (T&C apply)

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What Will You Learn?

  • Basic responsibilities of being a caregiver.
  • Basic tools and information you need to be successful as a caregiver.
  • Guidance and insight into the caregiver industry and the demands of being a caregiver.
  • This course will clearly discuss what dementia is.
  • It will also cover Alzheimer's disease and teach you the philosophy of dementia care, as well as how to work with patients' families.
  • You will study how aging affects the body, and the emotional impact of disease and traumatic injuries.
  • Understand the core principles and values of the ACA.

Course Content

Introduction

  • Introduction
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Chapter 1 – Resident Rights
Residents rights tend to vary from state to state, but generally cover the same or similar rights.

Chapter 2 – Communicating Effectively With Residents
Residents rights tend to vary from state to state, but generally cover the same or similar rights.

Chapter 3 – Managing Personal Stress

Chapter 4 – Preventing Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation
Typically, in the care home setting abuse can be defined as the “intentional infliction of physical harm, injury caused by negligent acts or omissions, unreasonable confinement or sexual abuse or assault."

Chapter 5 – Controlling the Spread of Disease & Infection

Chapter 6 – Record Keeping and Documentation

Chapter 7 – Service Plans
Residents rights tend to vary from state to state, but generally cover the same or similar rights, they are:

Chapter 8 – Nutrition, Hydration, Exercise & Food Services

Chapter 9 – Assisting in the Self-Administration of Medication
Residents rights tend to vary from state to state, but generally cover the same or similar rights, they are:

Chapter 10 – Social, Recreational & Rehabilitative Activities

Chapter 11 – Fire, Safety & Emergency Requirements
Many states require that assisted living facilities perform monthly, quarterly or semi-annual fire drills. Generally, most states will also require some variation of the following:

Chapter 12 – The Aging Process
Seniors that understand the aging process may be able to delay or prevent age-related conditions or certain body changes.

Chapter 13 – Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

Chapter 14 – Taking Vital Signs

Chapter 15 – Types of Medications

Chapter 16 – Oral Hygiene, Grooming & Bathing

Chapter 17 – Skin Integrity

Chapter 18 – Residents with Dementia and Alzheimer’s

Chapter 19 – Communicating with a resident Unable to Direct Self-Care
Seniors that understand the aging process may be able to delay or prevent age-related conditions or certain body changes.

Chapter 20 – Providing Services & Life Skills to Residents Unable to Direct Self- Care

Chapter 21 – Managing Difficult Behavior – Residents Unable to Direct Self-Care
Seniors that understand the aging process may be able to delay or prevent age-related conditions or certain body changes.

Chapter 22 – Developing & Providing Social, Recreational & Rehabilitative Activities for Residents Unable to Direct Self-Care

Chapter 23 – Risk Management, Fall Prevention & Ambulation

Closing Thoughts from the ACA

Course Examination

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JO
8 months ago
It was easy to read and understand , plus it more insight about how aging body works

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