The certification process is implemented by the Department of Health (DOH), through a partnership with a company called Prometric. In an effort to help workers be successful through the process, partner organizations such as the Department of Social and Health Services and the Training Partnership are working to help share information about the DOH exam with workers.
The Training Partnership is excited to announce the second round of free 2-hour Skills Refresher courses to help students succeed in the Department of Health (DOH) Certification Exam.
The latest issue of Home Care InSight Magazine will be delivered to students in the next week. Inside the issue are articles and information for Home Care Aides on training and health benefits.
Some topics include:
- Staying safe on the job
- New training languages
- Worker spotlight
- Mental health and you
- Using health benefits wisely
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It Takes a Village: Finding Training and Certification support through the Training Partnership's Navigator Program Project
It’s no secret that everything in life becomes easier when done with a support system. After all, who couldn’t benefit from a cheerleader who roots for you along the way or an advocate who provides support to catch you when you stumble? That’s why the recently implemented Training Partnership Navigator Program is music to the ears of Home Care Aides (HCAs) across the region.
In mid-October, a pilot project launched and was rolled out to all new HCAs in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties who were employed after Sept. 29, 2013. If the program proves a success, it may be expanded to reach all Washington state HCAs.
Advanced Home Care Aide Apprenticeship and Medical Assistant Graduation a celebration of student achievement
The SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership and Health Benefits Trust are pleased to announce the launch of Portal 2.0, the new and improved learning management and benefits portal for Home Care Aide students and health insurance beneficiaries.
Portal 2.0 launches on Monday, July 29, 2013. We are excited to introduce you to the new portal and get you started managing your training and benefits.
To get started, you will need to create a new user name and password.
Follow the instructions below or watch an instructional video to get started.
Click here to watch an instructional video on logging in to Portal 2.0.