Officially Recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association
Endorsed by the Home Care Association of America
“The best training I’ve seen—and I’ve been a nurse for twenty years.”
Karen E., Community Home Health of Onaga Kansas
“We made the right choice when we chose this training for our agency.”
P.W, Assisting Hands
“The best customer service I’ve had in my life.”
Krishna Sharma, Quality Care Companions
Home Care Pulse merged with In the Know and acquired Home Care Institute.
With three of the leading sources of education and tools for home care now under one roof, we’ve created the first-ever Care Intelligence Platform for home care agencies—a one-stop shop to get deep insights on your business using client/caregiver surveys, then perfect your quality of care with a massive library of award-winning training programs for caregivers and CNAs.
We make caregiver, CNA, and clinician training easy.
Easily track progress and view reports
Our robust tracking and reporting system allows you to easily examine your course library and learning paths, track learner participation, create custom, automatic reports, mass print certificates, and more!
Points and rewards keep everyone motivated
Points are added to your team leaderboard as caregivers complete their training assignments. Employees can see where they stand and know how to improve their position. They can even earn specialist badges by completing one of the Specialist Learning Paths.
Team messaging directly in the training portal
Communicate with your entire team through the online learning portal. Send messages, reminders, or just words of encouragement. Having one place where everyone can go to see your consistent and clear messaging establishes trust in your leadership.
Industry’s Only Blended Learning
Take advantage of the industry’s only true Blended Learning Plan (a combination of traditional classroom training and online learning). It’s FREE with all subscriptions. CE courses approved in all states.
Training for Multiple Sectors of Care
Courses approved for CNAs, HHAs, PCAs, and non-medical caregivers in home care, home health, hospice, ALFs, leadership development, and hospitals.