Upcoming Classes

Protecting Healthcare Workers from Aerosol Transmissible Diseases

This July 13, 2017 course will emphasize how nurses can use the Cal/OSHA Aerosol Transmissible Disease Standard to secure protections against aerosol transmissible diseases in their facilities. The standard  is an enforceable regulation that applies in healthcare, corrections, and other higher risk environments.

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July 13 2017 Aerosol Transmissible Diseases class

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SEIU Joint Employer Education Fund

The SEIU UHW-West & Joint Employer Education Fund offers free classes that give RNs continuing education units to use toward renewing their license. The courses are FREE to RNs at Hollywood Presbyterian, John F. Kennedy Memorial, Kaiser Moreno Valley Community Hospital, Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center, Northridge Hospital Medical Center, Riverside Community Hospital, St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital, St. John’s Regional Medical Center, and West Hills Hospital & Medical Center. (These employers contribute to the Joint Employer Education Fund.)  Application does not ensure acceptance. Applicants will be contacted by the Education Fund if their application is accepted.

Advance Your Career (AYC) Program

If you are an RN in an advanced degree program, the AYC program is designed to assist you with financial support. If you are accepted, AYC will reimburse you for costs related to tuition, mandatory student fees, required textbooks, and certification exam costs, up to a $5,250 per program. AYC participants should be prepared to pay costs upfront, or make financial arrangements with their schools. Please note: Self-paced programs are not eligible. Entrance exams, exam review classes, and exam fees for tests leading to entry-level license/certification (i.e. NCLEX,TEAS) are only supported in conjunction with an entire education program. They will not be reimbursed independently.

Who is eligible? You must be:

  • You must work in a participating SEIU bargaining unit position at a contributing employer.
  • You must be a regular full- or part-time employee eligible for benefits. Non-benefited employees are eligible only after working in their position for six (6) months and when the training program is less than 40 hours.
  • Your training program must be through an accredited and/or state-approved educational provider.
  • If you are planning ahead, you must submit your application a minimum of 45 days before the start of your training program.
  • If you have already completed training or you are in training now, you must submit your application no later than three (3) months after your last training date.

Apply online at www.seiu-uhweduc.org/ayc
Questions? Contact Monica Lond-Le Blanc at 213.401.3010 or mlondleblanc@seiu-uhweduc.org

Online Continuing Education

Online continuing education unit courses (CEUs) are available 24/7 for you to take at your convenience. You have unlimited access to hundreds of titles through CE Direct.

Sign up today at www.edfundceus.org

Professional Development

Our professional development program serves employees working in fields which require licensure and/or certification. In addition to providing access to a variety of continuing education (CE) classes, we also provide fianancial support to help you obtain additional licenses/certifications.

To find the most updated schedule and applications, visit seiu-uhweduc.org/pd

License / Certification Reimbursement

We will reimburse up to $1,000 for a review class, review materials, and exam fee to obtain:

A new specialty license or certification in your general job area. This includes any specialty that can be obtained by those working in your field. For example, specialty areas like CCRN, CNOR, CRRN, PRN, etc.

Visit seiu-uhweduc.org/license-certification

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