The training in the Health Care Aide program provides the opportunity to develop the skills needed to assist clients or residents with meeting their physical, emotional, social needs, and activities of daily living, working in hospitals, personal care homes, and private residences, as well as other health care facilities.
- Grade 12 or equivalent or Mature Student Status (19 years of age or older);
- Passing score on the literacy test;
- Fluency in English (oral and written);
- Canadian Language Benchmark* scores indicating they have achieved a minimum of Level 6 in the speaking, listening, and reading tests.
- Fitness to complete the practical components of the program;
- Up-to-date immunizations (Seasonal Flu, H1N1, and Hepatitis A and B are recommended);
- Clear Adult Criminal Record Check
The purpose of the HCA program is to enable students to acquire the knowledge and skills required to provide personal care and support services to clients and residents, consumers and families in both community and institutional settings. This program is designed to provide the knowledge and practical skills training required for an employment-ready trained graduate as a Health Care Assistant / Long Term Care Aide / Resident Care Aide.
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Upon completion of the Health Care Aide Certificate the participant must demonstrate the following core competencies:
- Health Care Aide
- Health Care Aide Modules 1-20
- Certification Exam
- Skill Training
- CPR/First Aide
- Food Handler’s Certificate
- Non-Violent Crisis Management
C$28,516 – C$46,488 (Information from PayScale Canada)
Tuition fees include all materials and student manuals. Financial assistance may be available to qualified students.
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