Welcome to Team Select’s Clinical Support Programs, where we prioritize our clinicians’ continuous growth and development. Our offerings include the New Graduate Training Program, the Student Loan Repayment Program, and Continuing Education Program.

Whether you’re a recent graduate seeking to kickstart your career in home care or an experienced professional looking to enhance your skills, our programs are tailored to meet your needs. Join us on this journey of professional advancement and excellence in patient home care.

Continuing Education Program

Eligibility and Program Details

The following is a list of requirements for clinicians seeking Continued Education:

  • All clinicians, regardless of role (clinical/administrative), are eligible for up to $1,000 per year in continuing education after working full-time/full-time equivalent for a minimum of three consecutive months.
    • For field clinicians, this equates to three months of 130 hours/80 visits of direct patient care per month.
  • Coursework must be pre-approved and must contribute value to the clinician’s current job/role. Courses that cover topics offered through existing platforms, such as Relias, will not be considered.
  • Basic coursework required for licensure and direct patient care, such as CPR certification, will not be considered.
  • If you are a Team Select team member and are needing to get your coursework pre-approved, please click here.

Student Loan Repayment Program

Available for Eligible Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs). Individuals can qualify for up to $5,250 per employee per calendar year.

The purpose of the Student Loan Repayment Program is to provide:

  • Financial Relief: our program eases the financial burden of student loans for nurses, providing peace of mind and allowing you to focus on patient care.
  • Community Impact: we support you in overcoming student loan challenges, while you take care of your patients and make a lasting difference in their lives.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Graduated nursing school after 01/01/2021.
  • Have active student loans.
  • Work at least 130 hours / 80 visits of direct patient care each month.

New Graduate Training Program

Available for Eligible Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Registered Nurses (RNs).

The purpose of the New Graduate Training Program is to:

  • Provide new nurses with the tools, support, and guidance as they begin their careers.
  • Review relevant, real-life scenarios.
  • Experience through simulation and hands-on skill development.

Eligibility and Program Details

To qualify for the New Graduate Training Program, you must:

  • Be an RN/LPN with less than 12 months of nursing experience.
  • Have active State Licensure.

The New Graduate Training Program:

  • It is an 8-week program (16 weeks in California only) designed to prepare a nurse with less than 12 months of nursing experience to transition into a professional nursing career in home health.
  • Provides clinical lab and on-the-job training alongside experienced nurse preceptors.
  • Includes clinical mentorship, hands-on training, emergency planning scenarios, and communication on our report line.
  • Progresses from shadow to training to solo shifts, as appropriate.
  • Combines classroom, virtual, and self-study.
  • It provides the opportunity to be exposed to and trained to care for patients with various acuity levels.