With the Support for Assistive Care in Long-Term Care Centres Skills Training Certificate, the Québec government wants to make it easier for you to obtain a rewarding job where every action makes a difference. You will earn this certificate after receiving quality training at one of Québec’s vocational training centres.
In addition to enabling you to quickly start contributing in the service of public health, this short initial training also allows you to obtain a Skills Training Certificate leading to official certification as a CHSLD orderly. The Skills Training Certificate has been created as an exceptional measure to make qualified workers rapidly available. It is intended to rapidly train CHSLD orderlies who will be able to lend a helping hand in the health network.
With 6 campuses located on the South Shore of Montreal, ACCESS has been a resource for the Riverside School Board community for over 40 years, empowering individuals who are 16 and older in their ongoing quest for academic and professional success.
What can you expect?
To be eligible for admission to this program, candidates must meet one of the following requirements:
Have successfully completed your Secondary III language of instruction, second language and mathematics courses
Hold an Attestation of Equivalence of Secondary Studies (AESS)
Have passed the General Development Test (GDT) without specific prerequisites
Have experience related to this program of study
Are 18 years old or over
(This STC is eligible for the TCST-STC bridge)
Admission requirements for the TCST-STC bridge
The admission requirements for the TCST-STC bridge are identical to those that apply to the TCST-DVS bridge:
– Hold a TCST;
AND – Be at least 16 years old on September 30 of the school year in which you start vocational training;
AND – Have earned the required credits in language of instruction, second language and mathematics in Secondary Cycle 1 in general education in the youth sector or in Secondary II in adult general education.