Care givers need training that helps them to do their job well. This also means being safe and effective and keeping the client safe. If you work for an agency, your employer may provide the training.
When a career is hired by an agency, he or she will attend the agency’s orientation. This is required even if the career has completed a course on care giving elsewhere. The orientation to the agency is much more specific to the particular organization. It includes policies, paperwork requirements, the agency’s history, job expectations, etc.
In addition to training, a career needs high professional standards. Your behavior also affects your relationship with the client. The career and the client need to have respect for each other and a professional relationship.
The persons for whom you provide services must be able to rely on you. Your services help to keep people safe and independent.