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Master Caregiver Certification

Are you a professional caregiver?

Are you looking to set yourself a part from other caregivers?

Have you been a caregiver for 5, 10, 15, or even 20 years?

Do you want to be recognized for your experience as a caregiver?

If you're like most caregivers, you work hard and want to be acknowledged for your skills and experience. More importantly, you want something tangible that says you have achieved a certain level of expertise as a caregiver. Now, you can have this with Master Caregiver Certification from the American Caregiver Association, the national accrediting body for caregivers in the United States.

To apply for Master Caregiver Certification, or MCC, you must have completed the following certification courses:

  • The National Caregiver Certification Course (NCCC).
  • The Advanced National Caregiver Certification Course (ANCCC)
  • The National Assisted Living Manager Certification Course (NALMCC)
  • The Certificate of Caregiver Ethics (Level 1) Course (CCEL1)

In addition to the course requirements you will also need to have a minimum of five (5) years of verifiable experience as a caregiver. Experience can come in the form of facility settings, private duty and family caregiving.

Instructions for applying for Master Caregiver Certification:

Master Caregiver Certification Discount Bundle

This bundle provides you with all of the courses that you need to fulfill the Master Caregiver Certificate requirements. The bundle also includes your caregiver ID card.  Get the bundle here.

Once all courses have been completed, your resume has been received, and your application fee has been paid your file will be reviewed and you will here back from the ACA within 3-5 business days regarding your application.

For more information about Master Caregiver Certification email us at info@americancaregiverassociation.org, or call us at 1-800-625-8108 if you have any questions.