Looking to make a positive difference in your community? CDI College's Assistance in Healthcare Facilities - 5816 program teaches students the techniques and methods they need to provide effective support to people living in residential care and other assisted living facilities.
With the help of an intervention plan, this program trains the student to provide care, assistance and services related to the needs of a patient of any age. The students also learn to welcome and integrate persons in the care unit, provide care and comfort specific to the context of the unit, that is, they adapt the basic care and services to the client’s condition as well as to the apparatus required.
This program is taught in English. To see the French course description, go to Assistance à la personne en établissement de santé -5316.
Total Program Hours
- 750 hours
To be admitted to this curriculum, student must meet one of the following conditions:
- Secondary V diploma or its recognized equivalent OR
- Be at least 16 years old on the 30th of September of the school year and pass the third secondary units in first and second language, as well as in mathematics according to the programs established by the Minister OR
- Be at least 18 years old when entering the program and have the following prerequisites: past a general development test and the FRA3103-1 (FRA3051-1) language test or recognition of equivalent learning.
- Pass the College admission test.