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|Determine their suitability for the occupations and the training process.||30||2|
|Adopt a holistic approach when considering the needs of different types of clientele.||45||3|
|Prevent infections and contamination.||30||2|
|Adopt behaviours consistent with professional decorum and workplace ethics.||30||2|
|Establish a helping relationship.||30||2|
|Interact as part of a team.||30||2|
|Consider the manifestations of physical illnesses and disabilities as well as the specific needs of affected clients.||45||3|
|Adopt relational approaches with clients with mental health problems, cognitive deficits or intellectual disabilities.||60||4|
|Perform basic care procedures||120||8|
|Administer first aid.||30||2|
|Provide assistance to clients in palliative care.||15||1|
|Use job search techniques.||15||1|
|Apply basic care procedures specific to care units.||30||2|
|Provide basic care and services to clients requiring long-term care.||105||7|
Provide basic care and services to clients with mental health problems, cognitive deficits or intellectual disabilities.
Provide basic care and services to clients requiring short-term care.
Applicants should have a Secondary School Diploma or its recognized equivalent.
Applicants 16 years of age on September 30 of the current school year must have earned Secondary III credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics, or have been granted recognition of equivalent learning.
Applicants 18 years of age or over must have successfully completed the General Development Test* and SPR* 3, 4, 5, 6, or have been granted recognition of equivalent learning.
*The General Development Test and SPR's are available at ACCESS Career Centre.