Safety Matters Certified Training 4141 State Street, Suite E5 Santa Barbara, CA 93110 | Call: (805) 705-9222

Annual Caregiver Training

Caregivers, Santa Barbara, Goleta, Carpinteria

Home Care Aide - Annual Training

This Training is recommended for Caregivers that are employed by a Home Care Organization.  Give Yourself an Added Advantage when applying for a Caregiver position by being AB1217 Trained!

The Home Care Services Consumer Protection Act of 2013 (AB 1217)

5 Hour Annual Training Course:

  • Client Rights And Safety
  • How to Provide for and respond to a client's daily Living needs
  • How to report, prevent and detect abuse and neglect
  • How to assist a client with personal hygiene and other home care services
  • How to safely transport a client

The Caregiver Home Care Aide training is a great program designed to help you in your caregiver career. The training is divided into 5 sections and designed to help you advance your caregiving skills and competency. Class is 5 hours (approximate).

Caregiver Course $60

The 5 hours of annual training IS TRANSFERABLE from one Home Care Organization to another. 

5 Hour Annual Training Course (above) combined with Basic First Aid Course Topics, including:

  • Personal Safety
  • Assessing for Response
  • Mechanism for Spinal Injury
  • Control of Bleeding
  • Managing Shock, Pain, Severe Pressure, or Discomfort in Chest
  • Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath
  • Severe Abdominal Pain
  • Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb
  • Specific First Aid Problems
  • Moving Patients,& more.

Caregiver/First Aid Combo Course $95

Class may be broken into 2 or 3  dates, Student must Attend All Class sessions to receive certification. Course Attendance does not guarantee employment as an Aide or Caregiver. Combination Class is approximately 7.5 hours. 

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"In my experience, I have seen Justin Haagen teach CPR/First Aid to high school students training to be cabin leaders at a camp; to full-time professional adults working at a Museum. In both settings (and organizations) she knows how to read her audience and paces her lessons accordingly. She really provides lessons that fit each demographic (especially with kids that often tire from the tediousness of typical CPR/First Aid classes, Justin makes it fun for them by keeping them active and practicing, not just listening). Justin is flexible and can work around your schedule, and just an overall nice person."
JC, Santa Barbara
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