This certificate will prepare individuals seeking advanced knowledge of death and dying in a way that combines the intellectual, emotional, social, psychological and physical aspect of end of life care. Individuals completing this certificate will have advanced skills in hospice and palliative care, as well as have gained knowledge of unique gerontology related needs during the end of life.
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- Gain comprehensive understanding of bereavement, grief and mourning
- Examine caregiver strategies in caring for persons during the dying process
- Provide care for clients and family in Hospice and Palliative settings using customer-focused practices
- Emphasize personal and social values that are enhanced by learning about death
- Enhance and expand the learner skill set through hands-on experience in the end of life clinical setting
To view the amount of credits or descriptions for the courses required within this certificate please view the course list.Course List
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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.
Credits earned at NTC may transfer to four-year colleges and universities. Visit www.ntc.edu/transfer for a complete listing of transfer opportunities for this certificate.
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