Other Training Opportunities


Series in Applied Gerontology Education (SAGE) is a three-course distance learning program offered by the Office of Geriatrics and Interprofessional Aging Studies at The Ohio State University that provides continuing education and training in the field of aging. Throughout the internet-based series, special attention is devoted to issues of social, cultural and ethnic diversity.

All students successfully completing SAGE receive 21 hours of continuing education and a Certificate of Completion in Gerontology from The Ohio State University.

SAGE is appropriate for service coordinators working with older adult and disabled populations. Because the courses are internet-based, the program provides flexibility to learn where and when it's convenient, accommodating busy professional and personal lifestyles.

Contact aging@osu.edu or 614-293-4815 for more information.




Series to Understand, Nurture and Support End-of-Life Transitions (SUNSET) is an online continuing education program provided by the Office of Geriatrics and Interprofessional Aging Studies at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. SUNSET is designed to provide greater knowledge of end-of-life care and offers participants the opportunity to earn continuing education credits.

The program contains 14 modules on varying topics developed to enhance the skills of those working with vulnerable populations and end-of-life issues. Modules take approximately one hour to complete, and participants may complete all the modules or choose those that best meet their interests and educational needs.

Contact aging@osu.edu for more information.



Topics in Gerontology

Topics in Gerontology is an online continuing education program that contains modules developed by interdisciplinary faculty from The Ohio State University. This program is appropriate for participants who are interested in continuing education and professional development in aging. Participants will gain insight into a wide variety of important issues of aging and strategies for responding.

Participants may complete the modules that best meet their interests and educational needs and receive continuing education credits.

Contact aging@osu.edu for more information.