Caregiver Certification Course
IT IS OUR INTENT TO PROVIDE YOU WITH THE MOST USEFUL INFORMATION AVAILABLE TO PREPARE YOU FOR A CAREER AS A CAREGIVER. WITH THIS IN MIND, THE OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE ARE:
1. To ensure that students understand the basic responsibilities of being a caregiver.
2. To provide students with the basic tools and information they need to be successful as a caregiver.
3. To provide guidance and insight into the caregiver industry and the demands of being a caregiver.
4. To make the caregiver course as enjoyable thought provoking as possible.
5. To ensure that students understand the core principles and values of a caregiver.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE NCCC COURSE AND RECEIVING YOUR CERTIFICATE:
1. Congratulations on taking the Caregiver Certification Course. You have taken the first step toward becoming a caregiver.
2. This is a self-study course so the amount of time you spend preparing for the exam is up to you. This puts you in control of your study time and your schedule.
3. When you feel ready to take the caregiver exam simply email FilipinoInstitute at [email protected] to request your exam. The exam is 45 questions and is pass/fail.
4. The exam is in Word format and can be completed without printing it out. After you complete the exam attach it as a Word document and email it back to the Filipino Institute.
5. After the Filipino Institute receives your completed exam it will be graded, and you will receive your certificate electronically within 5 business days.
6. You can also avail additional trainings and attestations. Let us know which are your requirements.
7. Please email us at [email protected] or call us +971561130989 | +971555839969 | +971544550355 if you have any questions. Good luck!
- Lectures 82
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 254
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes
Chapter 1: Residents Rights
Chapter 2: Communicating Effectively with Residents
Chapter 3: Managing Personal Stress
Chapter 4: Preventing Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation
Chapter 5: Controlling the Spread of Disease and Infection
Chapter 6: Record Keeping and Documentation
Chapter 7: Service Plans
Chapter 8: Nutrition, Hydration and Food Services
Chapter 9: Assisting in the Self-Administration of Medications
- WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN WE SAY MEDICATIONS?
- MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
- WHO MAY ADMINISTER?
- LEVELS OF MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
- MEDICATION AND TREATMENT ORDERS
- HOW DO MEDICATION ORDERS GENERALLY ARRIVE AT YOUR FACILITY?
- HOW DO CAREGIVERS FIND OUT ABOUT MEDICATION TREATMENT ORDERS?
- WHEN MEDICATION ORDERS CHANGE: CAREGIVER RESPONSIBILITY
- VERBAL PHONE ORDERS FROM THE RESIDENT’S DOCTOR
- RECORDING THE CHANGES
- REPORTING MEDICATION ERRORS
- MANAGING ERRORS: CAREGIVER RESPONSIBILITY
- SAMPLE MEDICATION/TREATMENT ERROR REPORT
Chapter 11: Fire, Safety and Emergency Procedures
Chapter 12: The Aging Process
Chapter 13: Assisting Residents with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Chapter 14:Vital Signs
Chapter 15: Medication Types
Chapter 16: Oral Hygiene, Grooming & Bathing
Chapter 17: Skin Integrity
Chapter 18: Resident with Dementia & Alzheimer’s Disease
Chapter 19: Communicating with Residents Unable to Direct Self-Care
Chapter 20: Providing Services and Life Skills
Chapter 21: Managing Difficult Behavior-Residents Unable to Direct Self-Care47
Chapter 23:Risk Management, Fall Prevention and Ambulation
- THERE ARE SEVEN (7) THINGS THAT YOU NEED TO BE AWARE OF CONCERNING RISK MANAGEMENT AND FALL PREVENTION:
- ASSISTING RESIDENTS WITH AMBULATION
- CONSIDERATIONS WHEN ASSISTING A RESIDENT TO AMBULATE
- SOME OF THE EQUIPMENT USED FOR AMBULATION
- Getting the Resident Ready to Transfer
- Before transferring into the wheelchair, the resident must be sitting
- Pivot turn
- Transferring from a wheelchair to a toilet
- Important things to remember…
Closing Thoughts from Filipino Institute