During your year of service, there will be many opportunities for training. This infromation will enhance your skills and allow you to provide important resource information for client families.
Of the 450 hour committment, you may count UP TO 90 hours of training. The pre-service training of CPR, First Aid, and monthly reflective sessions are mandatory (total of 24 hours).
This page lists APPROVED ONLINE trainings. If you choose any of these trainings, please notify us with the following confirmation information:
* Date Taken
* Time Claimed (Same as on timesheet)
* Brief description of information learned
* Note 3 KEY POINTS to share at Reflective Session.
Please check for updates on upcoming trainings. We also accept suggestions. If you see an appropriate training, please check before attending.
Recorded trainings. Once you click on the training, the slide bar at bottom indicates how long the training goes.
Dr. Nick Yphantides
Chief County Medical Officer
CSUSM Center for Palliative Care
Why is Palliative Care Important?
Sheila Erickson, RN
Sharp Grossmonth Healthcare
Stroke is a Brain Attack
Serving the Women Who’ve Served Us: Supporting and Engaging Female Veterans
Morningside Ministries - Free webinar library on a variety of caregiver and health topics. Brief registratrion (free) required. U.S. is on bottom of list. Dementia and caregiving topics are well covered.
Marty Dare, MSW
County of San Diego, Legacy Corps
Series of short MSNBC reports on issues of change in the military and families.
A series of videos on dementia care and related skills by the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving.
A series of recorded trainings designed for caregivers in military families. Well presented. About 1 hour each, inluding several session in Spanish.