Adult Family CAREGIVERS NETWORK VOLUME 14 TRAININGS
Below are the training titles and descriptions for each Volume 14 AFCN training. After you have determined which trainings you are interested in ordering, select the number of tests and answer keys you will need for each. Only one answer key is needed for each training per facility. Each test includes a certificate of completion per caregiver.
*We encourage you to check with the licensing entity in your state to ensure that AFCN trainings will be counted toward training hours for your caregivers.
Follow the links below to view AFCN trainings from each volume.
**Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery. Order online for faster service.
Important Publisher's Note: Reproduction of Tests and Certificates of Completion may VOID your training hours.
Volume 14, No. 1 Training & Certificate
Crisis Intervention Strategies for Seniors
This training will help caregivers understand how to de-escalate a crisis situation. They will learn how to recognize situations that constitute a “crisis,” learn the skills needed to de-escalate a crisis, and learn how to create an environment that prevents crisis escalation. If these skills are built, they can increase the safety and improve the mental and emotional health of both caregivers and their patients.
Category: Crisis Intervention
Volume 14, No. 1 Answer Key
Volume 14, No. 2 Training & Certificate
Preparedness of Outbreaks, Epidemics, and Pandemics
It is essential to understand outbreaks, epidemics, and pandemics, what causes them, and how to prepare for one. Furthermore, learning how to develop an emergency preparedness plan will allow a person to feel less stressed in the midst of a crisis.
Category: Health, Safety, & Nutrition
Volume 14, No. 2 Answer Key
Volume 14, No. 3 Training & Certificate
Understanding Fire Safety
Understanding fire safety is essential for caregivers. This training encompasses identifying fire hazards, implementing fire prevention strategies, and planning for action in the event of a fire. While most individuals can identify obvious fire hazards such as smoking, the use of candles, and cooking with gas or electric appliances, other common fire hazards may not readily come to mind. This training will assist you in identifying high risk areas within your home and/or facility that could result in a fire.
Category: Fire Safety
Volume 14, No. 3 Answer Key