Our vision: to educate all members of our community on ways to overcome barriers and act, using proven life saving techniques. We promote behaviors consistent with healthy living. Mello Care's instructors are highly trained professionals, always taking advantage of the latest developments in medical research and technology. With over thirty five years of combined teaching experience, our instructor have earned certifications from universally recognized organizations such as The American Heart Association, The American Red Cross , America Safety and Health and OSHA.
Our goal: to provide affordable professional training with flexibility that makes classes easily accessible to large and small businesses, corporations, schools, health facilities, manufacturing and construction companies, individuals and groups. Our former students include baby sitters, students, nurses, physicians, managers, corporate executives and regular lay persons.
At Mello Care LLC., "Prevention Is The Key" and providing excellent training which meet or exceeds your expectations is our primary focus. We understand the value of your time so, in addition to the variety of classes in health, safety, wellness and nutrition, we offer scheduling flexibility to satisfy your staffing needs or work schedule. Please contact us to discuss your specific training requirements.
Grace began teaching after receiving the award for Outstanding Performance as a Lab Technologist. She was asked to teach and then realized teaching was her passion. Grace later earned the title Lab/Medical Assistant Instructor. Her responsibilities included developing lesson plans and lectures on lab procedures. While volunteering for American Red Cross, she became an instructor. Grace believes "knowledge is power" and continued her education by achieving her degree in Health Administration, completing certifications courses in MCI, ADVERT Training, Behavioral Analysis, and Effective teaching.
Grace also received training as an OSHA instructor from the University of South Florida and has a working knowledge of OSHA 29CFR 1910 General Industry guidelines.