Online Caregiving Courses

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Our Online Courses

Start with the geriatrics course, which is also known as the caregiving course. This is a highly sought-after qualification. Next, it is recommended that you complete the Alzheimer’s and dementia courses. The Alzheimer’s/dementia courses are recognised by the International Alzheimer’s Association.

It is highly recommended that you take the dementia and Alzheimer’s courses. This is because, every 4 seconds, someone somewhere in the world is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s/dementia. Therefore, there is also an exceptionally high demand for this qualification.

Please take note that we are going online internationally soon! This means that all of our courses and content, both theory and practicals, will be available to anyone from ANYWHERE in the world without the need to attend classes at the college.

Currently, you may enrol for any of the courses that we offer and study the theory online. The online courses in their current form do not include practicals. However, this will soon be changing! We are enhancing and updating the online courses and will soon be offering practical demonstrations of the concepts online! This means that in just a few months from now, you will be able to study both the theory and the practical demonstrations from the comfort of your home or office and still reap all the benefits of class attendance.

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At First Class Caregiving, we do not only teach caregiving but the majority of your work will focus on the fundamentals of nursing. The nurse aid courses are all accredited by The Department of Social and Health Services Continuing Education Requirements (USA).
As stated before, all the course material is internationally accredited and recognised.

View Our Caregiving Course Curriculum Below

PLEASE NOTE : If you select the UK programme, then you must also select this course because the caregiving course covers all the fundamental concepts of basic yet comprehensive health care.

    • Personal Care
    • Bathing
    • Toileting
    • Basic Hygiene and Basic Infection Control
    • Maintaining a Safe and Healthy Environment
    • Basic Personal and Environmental Safety Precautions
    • Emergency Procedures
    • Basic First Aid
    • Clients Emergency Preparedness Plan
    • Introduction to Caregivers Basic Training
    • Caregiver Job Descriptions
    • Responsibilities and Protocols
    • Communication Skills
    • Care Plan Notes and Documentation
    • Client Activities
    • Client Activities Assistance with Ambulation
    • Exercise Transfers (adaptive equipment) Positioning
    • Fall Prevention
    • HIPAA part 1: Confidentiality of Client Info and Hitech act. How to Detect, Report and Prevent Abuse and Neglect
    • HIPAA part 2: Scenarios
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    Module 1
    • Professionalism & Work Ethic
    • CNA / nurse relationship

    Module 2 – Patient Rights
    • Maintaining Confidentiality
    • Patient Bill of Rights
    • Understanding & Supporting Advance Directives
    Module 3 – Communication/Interpersonal Skills
    • Being Assertive
    • Special Communication Needs
    • Dealing with Family Members
    • Conflict in the Workplace
    • Customer Service in Healthcare
    • Being a Preceptor
    Module 4 – Prevention and Management of Catastrophe and Unusual Occurrences
    • Disaster Planning
    • Fire Prevention & Safety
    Module 5: Safety
    • Taking Care of Your Back
    • Mechanical Lift Use & Safety
    • All about OSHA
    • Preventing Medical Errors
    • Understanding Medical Machines
    • Preventing Employee Falls
    Module 6: Medical and Surgical Asepsis
    • Standard Precautions
    • Handling Biomedical Waste
    Module 7: Weights and Measures
    • No course option
    Module 8: Patient Care Skills
    • Common Cardiac Conditions
    • Common Respiratory Conditions
    • Common GI Disorders
    • Client-Centered Care
    • Helping Clients with Mobility
    • Understanding Pain Management
    • Perineal & Catheter Care
    • Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease
    • Understanding Dementia


    Module 9: Patient Care Procedures
    • Helping with Activities of Daily Living
    • Bathing Tips
    • Performing Mouth Care  –
    • Dressing & Grooming Tips
    • Understanding Ostomies and Ostomy Care
    Module 10: Vital Signs
    • A Vital Signs Update
    • Understanding Hypertension 
    • An Overview of the Human Body 
    Module 11: Nutrition
    • Basic Nutrition & Hydration
    • Feeding Your Clients
    • Fluid & Electrolytes Made Easy
    Module 12: Emergency Procedures
    • Basic First Aid
    • A CPR Update
    Module 13: Long-Term Care Resident
    • Helping New Clients Adjust
    • Emotional Losses in the Elderly
    • Handling Complaints
    • Adult Failure to Thrive
    • Using Technology with Seniors
    • Reducing & Preventing Readmissions to the Hospital
    • Intimacy in the Elderly
    • Maintaining Your Client’s Dignity
    • Understanding Restraints & Alternatives
    • Caring for Bedbound Clients
    • Understanding Common Medications
    Module 14- Rehabilitative Nursing
    • Understanding Restorative Care
    • Caring for Clients After Orthopedic Surgery
    • What You Should Know about Surgery


    Module 15: Observation and Charting
    • Recognizing & Reporting Abnormal Observations
    • Reporting & Documenting Client Care
    • The Care Planning Process
    • Enhancing Attention to Detail
    • Medical Terminology
    Module 16: Death and Dying
    • Talking about Death
    • End-of-life Care
    • Understanding Pastoral Care
    Module 17: Patient/Resident Abuse  
    • Understanding Abuse
    • Understanding Neglect
    • Understanding Domestic Violence
    • Understanding Substance Abuse
    • Understanding Suicide
    Module 17: Infection Control
    • Understanding C-Diff
    • Understanding Drug Resistant Bacteria
    • An Infection Control Update
    • Understanding MRSA
    • Handwashing


  • Heading Practical Hands-On Work

    • Bedpan handling, feeding a patient, assisting/partially helping a client to eat
    • Helping a patient in and out of a bed, into a wheelchair and back into bed
    • Assisting a patient to move out of a wheelchair to go to the bathroom and back into the wheelchair
    • Moving the bedridden patient at regular intervals into supine, prone and sims positions
    • Helping the client perform a range of motion exercises( passive, active assistive, active, resistive and isometric) and understanding the importance thereof
    • The taking of vitals: pain, oxygen saturation, temperature, heart rate, respiration, blood pressure
    • Shaving, dental and denture care. Understanding patient care, chemotherapy and dental care Understanding stomatitis and trench mouth. Inspection of the mouth and reporting on abnormalities. Role of nutrition in the prevention of mouth and dental problems.
    • Decubitus: understanding of prevention, cure, washing and dressing of decubitus
    • rate, respiration, blood pressure
    • Shaving, dental and denture care. Understanding of patient and chemotherapy and dental care. Understanding of stomatitis and trench mouth. Inspection of the mouth and reporting on abnormalities.  Role of nutrition in prevention of mouth and dental problems
    • Decubitus: understanding of prevention, cure, washing and dressing of decubitus


    • Helping a client to walk with a walker – no injuries
    • Helping a client to walk with a walker – knee injury
    • Helping a client to walk with a walker – hip replacement
    • Helping a client to walk with a quad cane or cane
    • Helping a client to walk without any equipment
    • Moving a client with a gait belt
    • Moving a client withdraw sheet

    Fall Prevention

    • Learning fall prevention and helping somebody who is busy falling

    Understanding of Incontinence

    • Diaper/incontinence brief change of adult
    • Different types of preventative measures are available
    • Understanding of incontinence

    Personal Care: Bathing, Toileting

    • Normal bath and shower, bed bath, shower, sponge bath.
    • Understanding of bathroom safety and equipment
    • Personal and hygiene equipment. Skin ageing and product safety.
    • Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients bathing and resisting personal care
    • The layout of room and bathroom
    • How to get the client involved and happy

    Personal Safety Equipment

    • Hand washing with donning and duffing
    • PPE (gloves, goggles, scrubs, apron, clogs, face mask)
    • Gloves lesson
    • Health acquired infections

    Patient Needs and Communication

    • How to communicate and understand the patient better
    • Signs of depression


    • Adult, child, and baby
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