Residential Disability Care Worker Dartmouth Campus | Sydney Campus

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This program provides the knowledge and skills development relevant to helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a variety of settings. Students will be trained to work in residential and community settings as a residential disability care worker.

admission requirements

Application, resume, and transcript of Grade 12 marks or GED must be received prior to the interview. An interview and aptitude test must be completed before any acceptance into the program can be considered. Students may be enrolled under the Alternate Admissions policy if they don’t have their grade 12 or GED. Call Admissions for details. It is a requirement for all students enrolled in this program to provide a clean Criminal Record Check, Vulnerable Sector Check, and Child Abuse Registry Check.

Program Outline

  • Orientation – 5 hrs
  • Introduction to Support Work - 15 hrs
  • First Aid/CPR Level C & AED - 16 hrs
  • WHMIS & OHS - 8 hrs
  • Human Growth & Development I - 35 hrs
  • Human Growth & Development II - 35 hrs
  • Health & wellness for the Caregiver - 25 hrs
  • Health and Personal Care - 60 hours
  • Crisis Intervention - 20 hrs
  • Job Readiness - 8 hrs
  • Practicum Placement I - 90 hrs
  • Food Hygiene Certificate - 8 hrs
  • Exceptionalities I - 50 hrs
  • Exceptionalities II - 45 hrs
  • Contemporary Issues in Disability - 30 hrs
  • Behavioural Supports - 50 hrs
  • Individualized Planning - 43 hrs
  • Household Management - 20 hrs
  • Medication Awareness - 30 hrs
  • Mental Health Issues - 40 hrs
  • Disability and the Aging Process - 25 hrs
  • Disability and Sexuality - 25 hrs
  • Job Readiness - 20 hrs
  • Practicum Placement II - 210 hrs
  • Applied Suicide Intervention & Skills Training - 15 hrs
  • Documenting & Reporting - 20 hrs
  • Interpersonal Communication - 25 hrs

job market

Graduates may obtain employment in day or resort spas, salons, beauty institutes, health clubs, cruise ships and cosmetic firms. They may also be employed as sales representatives for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of esthetic products or may find opportunities for self-employment

CBBC is the best decision that you can make for yourself. The education, the hands-on experience, and the amazing instructors make the time fly by. You learn skills that translate into real job experience. If you are looking to go to college, choose them! Once you become a part of the CBBC family, your dreams become realities! Stephanie Melski Medical Office Assistant / Cape Breton Regional Hospital

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