WPSA offers DCC I and DCC II Train the Trainer programming. Direct Care Competencies (DCC) are designed to require a demonstration and proven ability to perform a required task/verification of competency.
If you are interested in attending a DCC training, please contact Amy Weiss: email@example.com
Important information about the DCC training:
The WPSA Trainers have piloted this training program at their agencies and have experienced the positive outcomes of the DCC including cost-effectiveness and satisfied consumers/guardians and well-trained, confident personal care workers.
Participants will receive a DCC Assessment and Training Manual that includes the Best Practices for DCC training.
Participants will receive a DCC Assessment and Training Certificate.
The DCC Program has been designed for Medicaid, Family Care and Private Duty/Private Pay Personal Care Workers.
This training is available to RNs, LPNs, CNAs, or other agency staff who have experience with providing personal care skills to persons with disabilities and the elderly in the home.
You will leave as a Certified DCC I Trainer.
You will be able to train direct caregivers immediately and efficiently.
Direct caregivers will receive a DCC I certificate.
Provides quality and retention for workers.
Offers a modular approach, performance and results-based.
Proven cost-efficiency and individualization of training.
Participants will receive a DCC I Best Practice Assessment and Training Manual.
If you have any questions, please contact Amy Weiss, 262-424-2901 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org