HOME CARE PULSE + IN THE KNOW
Combine detailed client/caregiver insights with top-rated caregiver training
In the Know & Home Care Pulse have merged to provide better solutions for home care agencies.
Get more information about bundled services
Bundle & Save
Get 10% off both services when you sign up for Satisfaction Management from Home Care Pulse and the E-Learning Program from In the Know
FAQs – In the Know
Who is In the Know?
For over 20 years In the Know has helped healthcare organizations train, engage, and retain caregivers.
Who can use the courses?
ITK courses are approved for CNAs, HHAs, PCAs, and non-medical caregivers in home care, home health, hospice, ALFs, and hospitals. In the Know also offers a robust library of courses approved for your clinical team.
Do they offer a transcript of courses that caregivers take and certificate of completion?
Yes! Our robust Learning Management System provides custom reporting features, including a history of course completions as well as certification.
Can they identify state-specific licensing requirements for continuing education?
Yes! Our team diligently tracks state-specific training requirements so we can respond quickly to any changes. We work with each administrator to determine that location’s specific needs, including requirements from the state, from any accrediting body, and from payer sources. Our customized curricula serve regulation needs better than a “cookie cutter” compliance solution.
What kind of caregiver courses does In the Know offer?
We offer a Blended Learning solution that includes both instructor-led and e-learning courses. This gives administrators choices when training their caregivers! All In the Know courses are written and developed by true subject matter experts. Caregivers learn from registered nurses who have been in the home care “trenches” and who understand the specific learning needs of home care workers.
How many different caregiver courses are in the In the Know catalog?
Our catalog includes a wide range of topics from annual compliance topics, disease process modules, client care basics (and beyond the basics), communication skills, professional growth, soft skills, infection control…and so much more! Here are our courses “by the numbers:”
180+ E-Learning Courses for CE Credit
211 Instructor-Lead Courses for CE Credit in all States
180+ E-Learning Courses approved in Florida
150+ E-Learning Courses approved in California
90+ E-Learning Courses approved in Washington State
20+ E-Learning Courses in Spanish
75+ Clinician Courses for CNE Credit
How are the courses delivered?
There are three distinct ways to use In the Know training materials:
- E-learning. Training managers can assign topics thorough the online portal. The portal allows trainers to set due dates, monitor progress, and print reports.
- Instructor-led training. Courses designed for Instructor-Led Training (ILT) come with everything you need to teach the course, in person, to your entire team. Each topic includes an instructor packet filled with group activities, discussion questions, printables, and more.
- Blended learning. A blended learning plan is a strategy that uses a combination of traditional classroom training with online learning. Topics that require hands-on demonstration can be taught in the classroom, while others can be assigned online.