Skilled Nursing & Senior Living

Staffing shortages and the shift to VBP models in skilled nursing, as well as the expansion of state-mandated training and rising acuity levels in assisted living demand an onboarding and training solution that keeps caregivers on the floor and out of the classroom.

Training & Onboarding For Skilled Nursing & Senior Living


Annual In-Service Training

Stay Compliant & Ensure Quality Care & Service

  • Ensure CNAs meet annual federal and state in-service requirements with easy-to-use, online in-service training
  • Keep aides on the floor and out of the classroom with training they can access from any desktop, tablet or smartphone
  • Boost care outcomes with a training experience that not only educates, but engages

Online Onboarding & Orientation

Engage Candidates & Welcome New Hires

  • Reduce candidate drop-off rates with online pre-boarding tasks that engage applicants during the recruitment process
  • Showcase your communities unique mission, values and standards of care to get new hires ready before day 1
  • Reduce turnover in the first 90 days with ongoing education and orientation sessions that engage new hires
CNA walking with resident
Aides watching assisted living residents play cards

Extended Learning & Compliance Courses

Create A Culture Of Compassion For Every Resident

  • Ensure residents and co-workers are treated with compassion and understanding, regardless of their background, with anti-harassment, DEI, LGBTQIA+ training and more
  • Extend the knowledge of your staff with VBP training courses that boost care outcomes¬†
  • Increase resident and family satisfaction by equipping your employees with the best practices they need to proactively detect changes in acuity

The Difference

More than just great software, is a fully-managed service. Our dedicated Account Managers handle it all for your communities, including:

Learning Path Creation

Credential Management

Employee Outreach

Multilingual Support

Ongoing Reporting

Certificate Delivery

Partnering with was one of the best decisions for my team.

Miriam Farkas, Regional Director of Clinical Services

Excelsior Care Group

Nurse in blue uniform typing on a laptop


According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, Federal law requires that each CNA have no less than 12 hours of in-service training per year. In order to meet this requirement, skilled nursing facilities must determine the best way to train their employees.


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