The Home Health Training Center

eLearning for Home Health Caregivers

Begin Your Career as a Home Health Aide

with our self-paced online training program

Are you searching for a career where you will make a difference and have a positive impact on the lives you touch every single day? A career that is more than a job?

Home health aides are the heart and soul of home health care. The care you provide, observations that you make, and reports that you give are what allows home care clients to safely stay in their home in familiar surrounding with their family.

As a vital member of the healthcare team, you will be the eyes and ears of the nursing and therapy staff. Your observations and reports to your supervisor are critical for your client's health, safety, and well-being. Without your eyes and ears, clients cannot stay healthy and safe in the comfort of their own homes.

Home care clients need you. As a home health aide, you will help your client maintain independence and dignity by assisting them with bathing, grooming, eating, mobility, and toileting. You will help your client live a better life by helping with cooking, light housekeeping, safety in the home, and socialization.

Make a Difference in Someone's Life

Complete Your Training ONLINE and at YOUR OWN PACE!

If getting the training you need to become a home health aide has been impossible because you can't spend two weeks or more in a classroom and out of work; we have the solution. In our program, you will complete the course online in as little as two weeks -- anywhere you have an internet connection and a smartphone, tablet, or computer. You’ll practice care giving skills in your own home with your RN instructor's remote oversight and support. No skills lab to drive to or schedule around. Then, after you have completed the course, you will be ready to go to work as a Certified Home Health Aide*.

Training cost is covered! - We cover the cost of your course when you agree to work for us after graduation**. 

*This course is not offered in the following states:  Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and the District of Columbia.

**In-person competency assessment required after online course completion prior to receiving work assignments.