Kaiser Permanente of Washington, and the SEIU 1199NW Training Fund, are dedicated to your professional development.
This year, from Monday, Oct. 11, to Friday, Oct. 15, Kaiser Permanente of Washington is hosting a virtual Education Fair Week filled with interesting podcasts from different experts and your peers!
Training Fund Regional Education Navigator Angelica Reveles spoke with Kaiser Permenente employee and Training Fund member Monica Clark about how the Training Fund helped them achieve their education goals!
We’re working with local colleges to create programs for working adults like you! These programs offer unique opportunities and support towards your next career thanks to state grant funding.
Washington needs trained healthcare professionals now more than ever, which is why the Training Fund has more HEET Grant Education Programs open to their members this year than before. Through a HEET Grant Program you can become a …
Cath. Lab Speciality Nurse
Training Fund members can use Tuition Assistance towards these programs. HEET students may also be eligible for childcare, transportation, technology and material fundings (reimbursements). HEET students receive one-on-one advising and navigation from our Regional Education Navigators and ongoing support from their employers and colleges.
We’ve partnered with local colleges throughout the region, and your employer to bring eight different programs.
Are you a parent or caregiver? Learn how you can go back to school with financial aid at this event!
The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) is hosting a virtual event to help parents and caregivers learn about financial aid. The event is one of many being hosted by WSAC to help prospective students apply for financial aid as a part of the 12th Year Campaign.
Listen to experts about all of your financial aid opportunities and get help applying for financial aid online. The event will be on Zoom at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Calling all RNs! University of Washington Bothell has spots reserved for Training Fund Members in their Master of Nursing Program, starting Fall 2021.
This program is one of the top graduate nursing programs in the country. The Master of Nursing program prepares RNs for advanced nursing roles in a variety of settings such as …
Many graduates obtain jobs as nurse leaders, school of nursing faculty, clinical education specialists, managers, administrators, directors, change agents, and care providers promoting and implementing programs designed to improve patient outcomes. Accepted students have options to specialize in nursing education, administrative leadership, population health or a general specialization.
This is a hybrid program with in-person and online classes. Classes meet every other Friday, five times a quarter.
Bored? Want to bring something new to your job? Attend a conference with the Training Fund’s help!
The Training Fund provides Professional and Technical workers up to $1,500 per year (as reimbursements) to attend local and national conferences.* Professional and Technical workers also have professional development money available to them.