Ed4HHS Expands Relationship with the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries

Industry: Healthcare

Online educator to offer continuing education and training resources to UMA University

ONLINE (PRUnderground) May 14th, 2015

Ed4Online is pleased to announce that its Health & Human Services Division will be collaborating with the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries, to offer the company’s extensive catalog of health and human service courses to professionals through the UMA University.

Ed4Online’s partnership with United Methodist Association (UMA) began in February of 2014 and has since grown tremendously in scope to provide discounted online educational opportunities to UMA’s comprehensive network of faith-based health and human service agencies. More than 354,000 healthcare employees fall under the scope of the organization—all of which who will now have access to Ed4Online’s database of continuing education options, licensure training modules and other applicable professional development courses.

“Our partnership with the United Methodist Association has given us access to a tremendous pool of healthcare workers and the ability to assist these professionals in obtaining the knowledge needed to stay current in their careers,” said Dr. Tricia Seymour, Chief Operating Officer for Ed4Online. “We relish the opportunity to provide supplementary education in the ever-evolving healthcare industry and have made it our mission to ensure the resources we’re providing to learners are held to the highest standards. Working with the United Methodist Association to achieve this is truly a privilege.”

Enrollees in UMA-sponsored Ed4Online courses will be able to engage in a comprehensive breadth of core focus areas, essential to today’s most in-demand healthcare fields, including: senior and elder care, child development, youth and family counseling, intellectual and developmental disabilities, substance-related disorders and medical workplace compliance standards.

“The scope of specialized topics and the accessibility of online learning provided by Ed4Online are truly assets to healthcare professionals. We’re delighted to be able to give people the opportunity to become lifelong learners about a career they’re passionate about,” said Rev. Steve Vinson, President and Chief Executive Officer for the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries.

Thanks to Ed4Online’s self-paced module learning structure, accommodating accessibility and constantly updated knowledge base, UMA-affiliated healthcare organizations will be able to choose topics and craft learning schedules that fit seamlessly with the demands of their careers and personal lives. The company’s Learning Management System also gives organizations the ability to easily design and manage courses compliant with staff training policies and licensure requirements, to create learning standards and accountability where required.

For more information about Ed4Online Health & Human Services or its growing partnership with the United Methodist Association of Health and Welfare Ministries, please visit the company’s website at http://ed4hhs.com.

About Ed4Online Health and Human Services

Headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Ed4Online Health and Human Services (Ed4HHS) is committed to providing a high-quality online staff training solution that builds return on investment (ROI) and growth for organizations and agencies in the health and human services industry. Through our learning management system (LMS), clients have complete access to our comprehensive course library that includes courses, topics, and resources in senior and elder care, child, youth, and family, intellectual & developmental disabilities and substance-related disorders. Our clients’ mission is to be of service to others, and our mission is to be of service to our clients so they can continue to serve others and make a difference. Further information on Ed4HHS is available at www.ed4hhs.com.

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