Save 25% on n4a University Courses Now Through the End of June!
n4a University, an online training partnership between n4a and Boston University's Center for Aging & Disability Education & Research (CADER), allows n4a members to receive discounted rates on trainings that have been designed to meet the needs of AAAs, Title VI programs and their provider networks.
Simply enroll by June 30 to save 25 percent on a course certificate or training program. Coursework can start at any time and all new enrollees will have up to one year to complete the training.
As Central Boston Elder Services knows, n4a University's courses help ensure staff have the tools they need to serve older adults in their communities.
"Our employees have diverse educational backgrounds and work histories. We have found the CADER courses and certificate programs to be a convenient and cost-effective method to ensure that our staff have a sound understanding of the issues and concerns impacting the consumers we serve and gives them the knowledge they need to provide effective care planning and coordination.
The online courses combine well-written materials, videos and case scenarios. Technical Support is readily available if needed and any issues are resolved in a timely manner.
We highly recommend the CADER certificate programs and courses."
Director of Program and Professional Development
Central Boston Elder Services
Have questions? Learn about CADER's online courses, certificates, program benefits, CEs and pricing on the CADER website, or by contacting them directly at (617) 358-2626 or email@example.com.
Purchase any certificate or course by June 30 to save 25%—just enter the discount code JUN18.
Why BU CADER?
BU CADER has been a leader in online training since 2002 by leveraging the resources of one of the nation's leading research universities with the latest in online learning technology. More than 20,000 workers and 450 agencies and organizations around the country have participated in CADER online training programs in the area of aging and disability.