|Employee Training and Development & Continuing Education|
|Small Business Development Center|
The Center for Business and Workforce Education has been able to work with a consortium of assisted living facilities through a Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grant.
This grant allowed BWE to partner with six facilities throughout rural Southeastern Minnesota to develop curriculum to meet the education requirements for resident assistants. The facilities included in the consortium were:
This funding not only allowed RCTC to develop five DVDs that are now available to other assisted living facilities, but was the catalyst for development of future relationships.
Because of the successful outcomes of this project, RCTC was able to receive additional funding to partner with Spring Valley Senior Living to develop curriculum focusing on Complex Cares, specifically, IV Therapy and Feeding Tubes for their Long Term Care facility and Home Health Agency.
For more information regarding Minnesota Job Skills Partnership Grants contact Abbey Hellickson or Sara Bunge.