The American Caregiver Association is the National Standard for caregiver certification in the United States. The ACA has been around since 1985 and as the National Standard we offer you a convenient and simple way to become a certified caregiver by taking our National Caregiver Certification Course (NCCC). Best of all , the NCCC course is inexpensive at only $79.00, which is just the way the ACA wants to keep it for you.
You can also acquire National Assisted Living Manager Certification (NALMCC) through the ACA for $79.00. Or, if you want, you have the option of getting both courses in a bundle for only $139.00. We also invite you to become a certified member of the ACA. Cost is only $25.00 annually. Please visit our online store at www.americancaregiverassociation.org for more information.
Getting caregiver certification, or assisted living manager certification with the American Caregiver Association is a wise decision because of the credibility of our long established name and reputation, as well as the fact that our certification is on a national level. Our students come from all over the world and from all walks of life. Likewise, our students vary in experience from beginner to very skilled and knowledgeable, but they all have one thing in common. They are all part of the ACA family.
Further, regardless of what specific area of the caregiver field that you are looking to get into our caregiver training courses provide you with the insight that you need to start your career as a certified caregiver or manager. Likewise, acquiring your caregiver certification with the American Caregiver Association provides you with the opportunity to enhance your skills and knowledge as you move along in your career. All this without having to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars, but with all the benefits of being part of the ACA family.
With this in mind, we invite you to take one or both of our courses and become part of the largest caregiver , assisted living manager and care home owner family in the United States. Keep up the good work caregivers!