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This program prepares graduates for a lifelong career as a health care aide, nurse's aide, home care attendant, personal support worker, orderly and other similar job titles.
Students will acquire the necessary knowledge and practical skills to assist patients, clients, and/or residents with activities of daily living while preserving autonomy and promoting physical, emotional, mental and social needs across the continuum of care.
Students will learn about the roles and responsibilities of a health care aide across care settings and working as an essential member of the health care team. In addition to gaining necessary knowledge and skill on helping individuals with activities of daily living, the study will also include key topics in physical anatomy and related physiological functions from infancy to late adulthood, interpersonal communications and relationships, and safety. Both the practical and practicum components will prepare the student for transition to employment in a variety of work settings.
This full-time program includes 13 essential courses delivered over a 6 month period, including three key components: theory, practical and an on-site practicum for total of 582 hours of training.
Graduates of the Program will: