You may enroll in the Caregiver training if you:
NOTE: Caregiver English language instruction is available for students enrolled in NHAS’ Intermediate ESL class.
SIX Enrollment Options To Choose From Find the enrollment option that’s best for you.
Use this option if you plan to enroll and PAY your registration fees using our online registration system.
Enroll and PAY ONLINE anytime using the link below. Please fill out all of your personal information the first time you create your account.
Use this option ONLY IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN English, High School Diploma, GED Prep, College Prep Writing, or Academic Reading, Writing, or Math at a SACC or MACC school.
You can apply for New Haven Adult School’s Get Work-Ready Scholarship to pay for your training fees
Use this option if your are a client/participant of a community based workforce, college, or career transitions program such as La Familia, Ohlone College Career Center, SAVE, Vocational Rehabilitation, Adult Day Schools with employment goals.
The amount of payment due varies depending on the community organization’s arrangement with New Haven Adult School.
Use this option if you meet the qualifications listed below and would like to apply for WIOA funding assistance to pay for training fees and other expenses that occur when starting a new job (such as LiveScan fingerprinting, uniforms, transportation and other employment expenses). IF you are a SNAP or TANF recipient, and none of the other enrollment options pertains to you, please use the WIOA funding option.
WIOA stands for Workforce Innovation & Opportunities Act. It is a federally-funded program designed to help job-seekers gain better employment.
To qualify your must be a job-seeker who:
You must apply for WIOA funding AT LEAST THREE WEEKS prior to the class start date. To find out if you qualify for WIOA funding, click one of the links below to learn more.
If you’re an Alameda County resident between the age of 18-21 CLICK HERE and complete the pre-screening questions for La Familia Workforce & Education Program. Someone will contact you with your next steps in approximately 2 business days.
If you are age 25 and older, one of the following agencies can help qualify you if funds are available.
Use this option if: (1) you are Class of 2020 or 2021 high school graduate who wants part-time, flexible work while you’re in college, or (2) are preparing for a career in the Health & Human Services field.
You qualify for this scholarship if you:
** You may also apply for this scholarship if you graduated from high school in any other year, AND are taking college classes for a career in any of the following Career Pathways: Health, Family & Human Services, Counseling/Psychology, or Special Education.
Our regular ResCare Distance Learning training costs $320 BUT through our Caregiver + College Scholarship, graduating seniors may take the course for only $95.00. This means you only pay for your workbooks and CPR certificate. (Note: refunds are only provided if the class is cancelled.)
To apply through the Caregiver + College program, CLICK HERE and complete the online application. option
Use this option if have applied for a Caregiver position or are currently employed with a local Caregiver agency and would like job training.
You qualify for this program if you:
Class fees only. Student will pay for workbook(s) and CPR certificate
If are a community-based organization and would like to discuss partnership or other special arrangements, please contact Michelle Walker-Wade via email.