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Brief Program Description

The Caregiver and Support Worker program is a training program that
prepares students to work for Canadian families or organizations providing
caregiving and support worker services for children and/or adults. Students
will gain essential skills, including knowledge of Canadian Culture,
interpersonal communication skills, guiding children and adults’ behaviour,
and other health and safety related skills required to be a live-in caregiver or
support worker.

Career Occupation

Home support workers provide personal care and companionship for
seniors, persons with disabilities and convalescent clients. Care is provided
within the client’s residence, in which the home support worker may also
reside. They are employed by home care and support agencies, private
households, or they may be self-employed. Housekeepers perform
housekeeping and other home management duties in private households
and other non-institutional, residential settings.
○ Illustrative example(s)
○ attendant for persons with disabilities – home care
○ family caregiver
○ home support worker
○ housekeeper
○ live-in caregiver – seniors
○ personal aide – home support
○ personal care attendant – home care
○ respite worker – home support

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program, the successful student will have
reliably demonstrated the ability to:

Completion Requirements

Courses

evaluation

A passing grade of 60% consisting of Final Exam, Midterm Project, Group Presentation, Quizzes and Assignments

PTIB approval pending for the program

ABOUT THIS PROGRAM
Program currently not available. Awaiting approval
24 weeks
(Classroom Instruction 336 hrs) (Co-op 336 hrs)
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