February Dates for Excellence in Resident-Centred Care through PSW Fund


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LTC homes can now enroll for tuition and backfill pay for team members to complete the Excellence in Resident-Centred Care (ERCC) program. This funding is made possible through the PSW Education Fund. This training is open to not only PSWs, but other frontline healthcare workers, as well.

Enrollment sessions for ERCC are now open for February on a first-come, first-served basis:

Week 1: February 3rd
Week 2: February 9th, February 10th
Week 3: February 16th, February 17th
Week 4: February 23rd, February 24th

ERCC provides team members with practical skills in person-centred care. The virtual education offered through the Fund includes seven modules covering key topics, including person-centred care, infection control, safety and mobility, self-care, working with others and nutrition. The course increases team member self-confidence, job satisfaction and morale.

Looking for dates for Living the Dementia Journey (LDJ)? View upcoming LDJ sessions.

The training is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care. ERCC provides team members with practical skills in person-centred care and includes a focus on infection control. It was co-developed by Conestoga College and the RIA.

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