Training in Milwaukee

Offering Supportive Healthcare Training Options for the Greater Milwaukee Area

The Castle Senior Living Training Academy was founded under Castle Senior Living Inc. to create an educational establishment for the foreseen need of supportive healthcare training options. The mission of the this program is to improve caregivers’ skills, healthcare services and educational content for not only our staff but the surrounding communities as well through encouragement, compassion, and support.

The Castle Senior Living Training Academy is located at: 10427 W Lincoln Ave, Suite 1400, West Allis, WI 53227.

For any and all questions please reach out to our training department via email at training@castlewi.com or call us at 414-310-1115.

CBRF Training: CBRF Training includes all state-required Community Based Resident Facility (CBRF) certificate courses in compliance with recent training updates per DHS 83. Upon successful completion of all the courses, student will be placed on the UW Green Bay WI Caregiver Academy Registry. These classes include: Standard Precautions, First Aid and Choking, Fire Safety, and Medication Administration.

American Heart Association (AHA): AHA courses use a variety of assets such as eLearning, dramatizations, eSimulations, animations, self-directed learning, and interactive activities to teach students the knowledge and skills required for each course. Upon successful completion of the courses students receive a course completion card or certification. Please contact your employer and/or institution to ensure that you are selecting the correct course before registering.

Dementia Care Training: Take My Hand: Effective Tools for Caregiving Dementia – This course focuses on the special kind of skills needed to deal with dementia. By better understanding it we can become more effective and compassionate caregivers.

Our Classes

First Aid and Choking

After taking the CBRF First Aid and Choking course, you will know your role as an assisted living employee in an emergency. You will be able to provide basic first aid in emergencies until help arrives, understand how to and be able to alleviate choking, identify different types of emergencies and the correct way to respond. Lastly, you will learn basic prevention methods to avoid emergency situations.

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Standard Precautions

After taking the CBRF Standard Precautions course, you will understand how infectious agents are spread from person-to-person, the chain of infection and how using standard precautions prevents the transmission of infectious agents.

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Medication Administration

This training course covers a wide range of topics, all designed to provide the information and skills necessary to properly administer medications to those in your care. Examples include: Resident Rights, Facility Policies and Procedures, Delegated Procedures, Medication Management, Medical Terms and Abbreviations, Medication Packaging, Labeling, Storage, Types of Medications and Medication Administration.

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Fire Safety

This training course covers a wide range of topics, all designed to provide the information and skills necessary to protect your residents and yourself in the event of a fire. Learning points include: understanding the nature of fire, recognizing fire hazards, learning about early warning systems, knowing how to use a fire extinguisher, focusing on the evacuation needs of residents, following the CBRF emergency and disaster plan, and responding well in an emergency.

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Dementia Care Behavior Training

Dealing with dementia requires a special kind of skill. By understanding it we can become more effective and compassionate caregivers. This training utilizes background knowledge information, simulation videos and small group skill-building activities to create a foundation for participants to lean on when experiencing interactions with dementia individuals. Dementia Care Behavior Training is not only for CBRF caregivers, but will be beneficial to anyone who is looking to gain more insight about their loved one with dementia.

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Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course

The BLS Instructor-led course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on High-Quality CPR and team dynamics.

** Must have AHA BLS 2020 book version present for class. You can purchase the book through the AHA or the Castle Senior Living Training Academy. If purchased at the Castle Senior Living Training Academy the price is $18.50.

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Basic Life Support (BLS) Hybrid HeartCode (Skill Check-Off)

Blended Learning (online portion, followed by hands-on skills sessionHeartCode BLS uses a variety of eLearning assets such as dramatizations, eSimulations, animations, self-directed learning, and interactive activities to teach students BLS knowledge and skills.

Please call (414)310-1115 or email training@castlewi.com to schedule 2-hour in-person skill check-off. Must have online content section completed before in person check-off.

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Basic Life Support (BLS) Renewal Course

The BLS Instructor-led course teaches both single-rescuer and team basic life support skills for application in both prehospital and in-facility environments, with a focus on High-Quality CPR and team dynamics.

** Must have AHA BLS 2020 book version present for class. You can purchase the book through the AHA or the Castle Senior Living Training Academy. If purchased at the Castle Senior Living Training Academy the price is $18.50.

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Refund Policy

A class may be cancelled if there are less than two students in the class. If classes are cancelled, the students will be contacted and refunded (or credited toward anther class by the discretion of the student). A student that cancels a class needs to cancel three or more days in advance of the class in order to receive a refund. Students will not receive a refund if he/she cancels within 48 hours and/or does not show up for the class.

For any and all questions please reach out to our training department via email at training@castlewi.com or by phone at 414-310-1115.