TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
The demand for qualified caregivers continues to grow across Canada. If you love to help people, the Health Care Aide program at CDI College can prepare you for a rewarding career as a caregiver. As a graduate, you will be qualified to assist clients who require basic nursing care as well as patients living with mental health issues.
The health care aide courses will help you will develop the skills and knowledge needed to care for people living at home and in long-term care facilities. You will learn to identify and respond to their physical and emotional needs as well as promote physical and mental activity. You’ll learn about anatomy, medical terminology, chronic conditions and palliative care. You’ll also receive practical, hands-on training on the key features of responsible and accountable care, including wheelchair safety, transfer skills, mechanical lifting and various care techniques.
An integral part of the Health Care Aide program is the mandatory clinical placement that will allow you to gain valuable hands-on experience on the job.
Successful completion of the program qualifies you to work in long term care facilities, home health care agencies, retirement homes, residential care centres, hospices and group homes.
The Health Care Aide program is offered in Winnipeg, Manitoba and Edmonton, Alberta
Learn more details about this program directly from CDI College, by completing the Request for Information form!