We offer Geriatric certificates for all levels of learners, including in-home caregivers, Registered Nurses, Nursing students and Allied Health professionals.
Caring for the Aging Population
NTC offers certificate options that allow you to gain additional skills and knowledge in working with the geriatric population, including individuals suffering from dementia or in hospice or palliative care.
Offered 100% online, our Geriatric certificates can help you develop an understanding of how aging issues impact both caregivers and the community. You will increase your skills in caring for older adults while examining the physical, social and psychological aspects of aging.
Whether you are seeking additional knowledge to advance in your current career, or you are serving the needs of a loved one, our customer-focused education will help you become a more effective caregiver.
This certificate will provide you with advanced knowledge of dementia and the caregiver strategies needed to have a positive impact on the aging population using customer-focused practices.Learn More
End of Life Care
After completing this certificate, you will have advanced skills in hospice and palliative care, along with knowledge of unique gerontology-related needs during the end of life.Learn More
Geriatric Nursing Advanced Technical
Designed for the Registered Nurse or a graduate of a Nursing program, this option explores theoretical and technological advances in the field of Gerontology and prepares you to take the Gerontological Nursing certification exam.Learn More
Allied Health Geriatrics Advanced Technical
Allied health professionals looking to increase their knowledge and skills in caring for older adults will learn about best practices in communication, collaboration and therapeutic interventions after completing this certificate.Learn More
This ACT program is 100% funded with a TAACCCT Round IV $19.9 million grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. This program is an equal opportunity program and auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities and include Voice/TTY (711 or 800-947-6644).
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