Register for the Upcoming WisCaregiver Careers Mentorship Webinar Series

WisCaregiver Careers is a workforce development program administered by the Wisconsin Health Care Association and LeadingAge Wisconsin designed to address the CNA shortage in Wisconsin nursing homes by providing free training, free certification testing, and $500 sign-on or retention bonuses.

WisCaregiver Careers is excited to also have the optional mentorship programming available to all of our employers. We are grateful to host Pat McBride RN, BSN, MSN, VP of Clinical Compliance and Nathalie Knopp BA, RN, BSN, Director of Clinical Staff Development back for another round of mentorship webinars! These two fantastic leaders are eager to share their mentorship programming that promotes CNA retention, excellent quality of care, and overall positive growth for both your facility and CNAs alike! We hope you can join us for some or all!

We just hosted our first webinar in the three-part series this past Thursday, Plan Your CNA Mentorship Skills Clinic, and we are eager to share more with you.  Don’t worry if you were unable to join us.  The session was recorded and will be posted on the WisCaregiver Careers employer website under Webinars.

Please join us and register for the remaining webinars in the series below:

How to Train Your CNA Mentors: April 25th @ 1:00 – 5:00 PM

This webinar will walk you through the essential training that all CNA mentors need. Topics include adult learning styles, leadership, communication, and teambuilding.

Click to register here!

Employer Check-In/Mentorship Q&A: May 10th @ 1:00– 2:00 PM

This webinar is an open forum to discuss and answer all of your individual questions on CNA mentorship. Come ready to participate with a list of your questions.

Click to register here!

As always, if you are not able to attend, we will be recording the webinars and posting them on both the WHCA and LAW websites! You should also be able to find the materials our wonderful presenters used in the same secure file transfer site that has the materials from the employer toolkit. The password for this website should have been sent to your facility’s WisCaregiver Careers contact, but if you have any issues accessing the site or materials, please let us know!

If you have any questions and/or need assistance with anything program related, please feel free to contact us at or call us at 1-833-315-CARE (2273).

Thank you for your participation in WisCaregiver Careers!