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US health care providers to increase their staff numbers by 10%

Health care providers in the US are being urged to increase staffing in order to keep up with demand.

Key points:Teachers and students can still sign up for training through the Health Care Worker and Community Resource Center (HCCRC)Teachers will be offered a training and placement opportunity for a second yearThis will allow them to get more experience, increase their skills and be able to provide support for students and families during this transition periodTeachers can register to take part in the HCCRC training through their district or state governmentTeachers who are interested in participating should contact the HCTC at [email protected] or 1-800-724-5555.

Teachers enrolled in the Training and Placement for Students and Families Program (TPFP) can take part by filling out a training form on the Hctc website.

Students and families enrolled in HCTCs Health Care Workers Program will be able apply to take up a position in a local HCT centre.

If you or a family member are a teacher enrolled in a HCT center, contact the regional HCT office to discuss a placement opportunity.

The HCTc is also asking teachers and students to ensure they are registered in the Healthcare Worker and Service Worker (HTSW) and Career Development Program (CDPP) programs.

The two programs have been combined to allow students and their families to gain a better understanding of how to participate in healthcare settings and support their healthcare provider.

The Department of Education says the HTSW and CDPP programs will provide training for teachers to help them become more familiar with the needs of students, and to facilitate students’ transition into health care settings.

It says it is encouraging that HTSWs and CFPPs have been created, and hopes to have them fully operational by 2021.