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|Let Us Come to You: Cost Saving!|
Call us and discuss your needs. We conduct face to face interactive training with your employees. This is a fantastic opportunity to instruct many employees at one time in one location.
This is a cost effective way to provide face to face training in your own facility. From NCCDP inception, employees have continuously reported that the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia training program was the most comprehensive and dynamic program they have ever attended.
If you are in charge of a conference, this is a fantastic seminar to offer to your participant’s. Participants who have not attended a past seminar due to travel restrictions and travel cost won’t want to miss this training.
|When Should I Schedule a Training?|
|As soon as you have a specific date. We recommend scheduling a training date (seminar) six months in advance. If you have an urgent need for training and can not wait, we recommend contacting the NCCDP office directly. The NCCDP Corporate Staff will work with you to arrange a training date that is convenient for your needs. The NCCDP can also conduct weekend trainings. 1 877 729 5191 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org|
|What is the class size?|
|We do not dictate the size of the audience. We recommend that you have a large enough teaching space to comfortably accommodate the audience size. Appropriate teaching space includes tables and chairs. The environment should be noise free and over head paging eliminated during the seminar. If possible the class room should be located near rest rooms.|
|What is the cost of On Site Training?|
We ask that you contact our corporate office to discuss your needs and the type of training you are interested in. For the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Seminar (8 - hour seminar 8:30 to 5:00), each participant receives a hand out notebook. The seminar is cost effective because there is no class size limit. This saves your organization money when training a large group of employees. In comparing the cost to send only a few employees to this seminar because of the fees (travel and time away from the job), many companies find this program cost effective. This is a program that is appropriate for all your staff. Having an on site seminar allows for more of your employees to attend. Additionally, your marketing director may wish to invite guests such as local professionals, Geriatric Care Managers, Social Workers, etc.
|How Far in Advance Should I Arrange For Conferences?|
|Most committees plan a year in advance conference dates, location and speakers. We recommend you contact the corporate office as soon as possible and block your date. The Corporate Staff or NCCDP approved Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer CADDCT can provide the training. Due to heavy demand for the Corporate Staff, it is strongly recommended that the NCCDP Corporate Staff be contacted as soon as you have a conference date. The list of approved NCCDP instructors is posted on the NCCDP web site.|
|How Far In Advance Do I Need To Order Notebooks?|
|The NCCDP can provide you with a master hand out notebook (copy) and the organizer of the event would be responsible for making the copies exactly the way it is provided by the NCCDP. If you prefer, the NCCDP instructor can bring the notebooks to you. Notebooks are to be ordered 3 weeks in advance. Payment is required at the time the notebook order is placed. The notebooks fee is non refundable. At the time of the booking the NCCDP will provide you with the costs of the books and discuss a plan that works best for you.|
|Where is The Student Notebooks Shipped To?|
|The notebooks are shipped to the person who organized the event. We can not ship to P.O. Boxes. There must be someone available to sign for the packages. We do not ship to a conference site. The NCCDP will only ship directly to a facility or business. The NCCDP is not responsible for lost packages.|
|Who Can Conduct the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Seminars?|
|The NCCDP has a list of approved NCCDP Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainers CADDCT. The names are posted on the web site. You may also contact NCCDP directly and arrange a training by NCCDP corporate staff.|
|Who Conducts the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer Program?|
|The NCCDP corporate staff conducts the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer program. The price is based on the number of participants. The Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer seminar may be taught at the same time as the NCCDP Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Seminar.|
|What Materials Does the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer Class Participant Receive?|
|The class is from 7:30 A.M. to 8:00 P.M. The participant receives Power Point Disk, Over head copies, Master Hand out Notebook, Tests, Text Books, DVD, Sample Certificates, Sample Evaluations, and marketing information and how to obtain CEU’s. Students who are attending the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer seminar does not need to have prior certification as a CDP to qualify.|
|Who Should attend the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer Seminar?|
|Corporate trainers, consultants, nurse educators, in-service directors|
|Who Conducts the Dementia Unit Manager Course CDCM?|
|Only the NCCDP corporate staff can provide the Dementia Care Manager Course.|
|What Materials does the NCCDP provide for the CDCM course?|
|The CDCM course / seminar is taught in two parts.The first part is the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer class. The 2nd part is a 3 hour conference call which takes place within 7 days of the Certified Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care Trainer class. Each participant will receive a CDCM Policy and Procedures Manual for an Alzheimer's and Dementia Unit. The manual includes admission / discharge agreements, dementia unit job description, wandering committee guidelines, stand up meeting, etc|
|Who Can Attend the CDCM Course?|
|Dementia unit managers or supervisors who provide direct supervision for an Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia unit.|
|Do You Offer A Corporate / Conference Discount for Certifications?|
Yes. We support corporations desire to train and certify their staff but also recognize budgetary needs. Upon completing the seminar, the facility will bundle the applications together, attach each employee’s certification or license and a copy of the Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Care training certificate. Once bundled, the applications are mailed with payment to the NCCDP Corporate Office. Please contact the NCCDP for discount information.
The NCCDP can also offer a discount for participants attending a conference. The NCCDP will provide a letter to be given to your participants with the discounted price. Please call the NCCDP to ask about corporate or conference discounts.
|Conferences: Are the participants provided with hand outs?|
|Yes. The instructor will provide the conference committee with a master hand out notebook. The Conference Committee is responsible for making the copies. The hand out notebook is in a 3 ring binder with tabs and must be copied and provided to each participant exactly the way it is packaged. The NCCDP instructor does not provide a copy of the over heads / power point presentation as it is copy right protected. The hand out notebook is very comprehensive, where as the over heads are presented in bullet format and is not detailed as the hand out notebook.|
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