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Continue Education Training (CET) 
For Direct Care Workers(DCW)

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All CET Videos have an online test. After the conclusion of the training, you will receive a certificate. Certificates are granted after a passing score of 70% or higher and can be printed or emailed for your records. A membership sign-up is required to access the videos and test. You have the option to purchase a yearly subscription, or you can rent. You can access the video and test after you purchase. If you rent, you have 48 hours to complete the training. Videos must be rerented if not completed in the allotted time frame.

These Videos are non-refundable after purchase!

After purchasing the video, you will be given a password to access the test in an action box that will pop up at the end of the video. Please click the box or write down the password to access the test. 

 These CET videos are for non-medical Caregivers and Direct Care Workers(DCW). 
Thank you for choosing Training Hearts for the DCW Continuing Education Training.  


Yearly subscription

$250.00 per Video

48 hours Rental 

$15.00 per video

Preventative and Proactive Care Against Fraud, Waste is an annual continuing education training program designed for agencies and direct care workers who support individuals under Arizona's Long-Term Care Aging Physical Disabilities (APD) program.

Preventative and Proactive Care Against Fraud, Waste
2 Credit Hours

This video is designed to help direct care workers recognize and report abuse, neglect, fraud, and waste. The video covers the causes of abuse and explains how to report it once identified. Additionally, caregivers will learn about caregiver burnout, how to recognize it, and how it can lead to abuse.

Caregiver 101
2 Credit Hours

In this video, we will guide direct care workers about their primary role in ensuring the overall care of their clients. We will cover topics such as preparing for caregiving, the significance of Personal Protective Equipment, getting to know your client, setting a good pace to avoid caregiver burnout, coping with caregiver burnout, and the resources available for assistance.