We are proud to offer a variety of additional training opportunities for our caregivers
FRHC has partnered with an online training program to provide our caregivers with online access to over 120 government-approved caregiver continuing education classes as well as access to other learning opportunities. This means the ability to obtain continuing education credits 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week in the comfort of your own home and at times that work for your schedule.
Course of the Month
The Course of the Month program is where caregivers can learn a new skill each month online as well as enter for a chance to win $50! There is be a new course topic offered each month. They are typically 1-hour and you can earn CEUs.
Branch Skills Fair
COVID-permitting, FRHC branches host FREE caregiver skills fairs throughout the year, as often as time will allow. During these fairs, employees will be able to enjoy hands-on training opportunities with certified instructors, as well as network with other caregivers and enjoy refreshments.
Home Care Aide (HCA) | WA Only
This course is an eight-part online series that focuses on orientation and safety training for new long-term care workers, followed by in-person skills labs and finally a state exam. HCAs are healthcare professionals who provide intimate, hands-on care to clients. Classes allow students to progress at their own pace and receive immediate feedback via testing and certification. Time To Complete: 120 days max (75 hours of training). Family Resource pays the training/application fee upfront which can be paid back over payroll deductions.
Allows nursing assistants working in certain settings to perform tasks – such as administration of prescription medications or blood glucose testing – normally performed only by licensed nurses! This is a certification course for Nurse Delegation. You must be either an NAC or an HCA in order to be delegated. We offer this training for free!
Due to state laws, we do require that you be 18 years of age and that you can pass a state background check. It also helps if you have a valid driver’s license, auto insurance, and a clean driving record, but it’s not always required.