This page provides information on trainings, workshops and seminars that are designed for respite care providers and/or family caregivers in Colorado. The trainings or certifications may be available via in-person (classroom) and/or online formats. Explore the Events Calendar for local training opportunities near you. To learn more about specific trainings, please contact the agencies below.
Submit a Training Proposal
Are you interested in partnering to provide or host a respite training? Contact Meghan Kluth at 303.233.1666 x257 or email@example.com for more information.
If you have a training program focused on respite and family caregivers, the Colorado Respite Coalition wants to hear about it! Submit your training proposal using the form below to be considered for financial assistance with program costs. Collaborative trainings and partnerships are welcome. No training funds may be used for food. Please complete the form below and submit accordingly. Funds are not guaranteed.
*New* Training Opportunity - Caregiving: Balance and Wellness
Easterseals Colorado, the Colorado Respite Coalition and the Colorado State Unit on Aging are excited to offer a training specifically for working caregivers. Are you an employer looking to provide supports for team members in a caregiving role at home? Are you a working caregiver interested in gaining tools for self care and work/life balance and the unique challenges of caregiving while employed? This is great opportunity for you!
Are you interested in offering a training at your workplace? For more information, please contact Meghan Kluth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Powerful Tools for Caregivers
Powerful Tools for Caregivers is a national program sustained by extensive collaborations with community-based organizations. PTC is a train-the-trainer model program with a detailed, scripted curriculum. Our goal is to build capacity to replicate the program through affordable Class Leader and Master Trainer trainings. Increasing the number of classes available makes it possible for more caregivers to benefit from the proven outcomes of the PTC program. If you would like to offer the 6-week class for caregivers in your community, you must become a trained PTC Class Leader. Class Leader trainings will occur March 28-29, 2017. Click here for more information.
Are you interested in becoming a Class Leader in Colorado? Scholarships may be available to cover your training costs. For more information, please contact Meghan Kluth at email@example.com by February 22, 2017.
Caregiver Wellness Training
The Colorado Respite Care Project is looking for partner agencies to host caregiver wellness trainings. Partners will be compensated for each training. Please note that no training compensation may be used to purchase any food. Trainings must be a minimum of two hours and have at least 10 attendees. We are looking to partner with groups across the state, lifespan and disability spectrum, so this opportunity is open to all organizations.
Caregiver Cloud - Online Training Courses
The Colorado Respite Coalition is offering free training materials to respite providers and family caregivers. Training is one of the biggest needs for families and providers in Colorado and this opportunity may provide some help. The CRC recognizes the challenges families and provides face and has partnered with Caregiver Cloud to provide quality online training courses for family caregivers and respite workers at no cost to you.
A full library of over 60 modules are available that cover a wide variety of healthcare training subjects. All of the course material can be viewed on all device types, including cell phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops! Learn anywhere there is an Internet connection any time of day!
Space is limited, please contact Meghan Kluth at MKluth@EasterSealsColorado.org or 303-233-1666 to get involved with this program or request access to Caregiver Cloud training modules.
Disability Awareness, Sensitivity and Practical Inclusion Training
Centered on disability awareness, sensitivity and practical inclusion, this training provides strategies and tools for those working with people with disabilities. From video clips, readings, and real life perspectives, this training will allow participants to create inclusive environments for all people. Find possibility and creativity when equipped with the tools and actionable items necessary to practically include people with disabilities. Brought to you by Easterseals Colorado's Rocky Mountain Village and presented by Tom Picton, Assistant Camp Director for Easterseals Colorado &
Use the links below to navigate the training video, a PowerPoint presentation to follow along, and a survey to be completed at the conclusion of the training.
For more information on Rocky Mountain Village and other Easterseals Colorado programs, click here.
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