We offer the opportunity for on-site training across the United States!
If you're looking to organize an opportunity for your healthcare facility, we can customize your group training experience to exactly what you need. An expert instructor will come to your location, supply all the equipment and deliver the training to your group at a date and time that is convenient for you.
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Looking for CE credits? We offer 100% Online Training!
We offer 100% online certifications that are available for you to take on your own time and at your own pace. Applicable programs approved by the industry's leading accreditation boards.
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Covenant Health Network strives to provide a seamless continuum of post-acute and senior care services. Their commitment is to improve the quality of care and quality of life for seniors in mass settings through joint quality improvement processes while reducing the costs of operation. They utilize a team approach to patient-centered care, creating a culture of safety and preparedness. They exist for the survival and success of this non-profit in the long-term care arena. Their membership is their focus by giving back most profits to them and their education.
Arizona CNA Training
Lifework Education and Covenant Health Network are partnering together to provide CNA training with the Arizona Healthcare Association (AZHCA) grant.
Students will have access to the state's leader in Certified Nursing Assistant training, while minimizing the impact on work schedules. Lifework's goal is to provide skills to the Covenant network of employees so they can maximize their earnings by continued pathways for up-skilling competencies.
Utilizing the $6.5 million grant through AZHCA will allow students to pursue a healthcare career path without the investment typically required for a training & certification program. This grant will help fulfill a need for an industry that is gradually decreasing in staff, and with these newly trained and up-skilled students, facilities can provide truly patient-centric care. Learn more about the AZHCA grant>