Quality and compassionate patient care are at the heart of the broad field of health care. Our staff is committed to helping those who qualify become skilled health care aides. If you are interested in a career that gives you the opportunity to help others, call or email us now.
Human Resource Development Canada has identified the career of health care aide as one of the fastest growing job categories in Canada.
Graduates of our program will find that there is a very high demand for placement with employment throughout Canada.
Enjoy a rewarding career with excellent wages that allows you to perform meaningful duties by helping others in need. You will interact with patients throughout your day while providing them with compassionate care.
Working as a health care aide, you will become a certified health professional and can work in varied environments, including health care facilities and home care settings. You will be able to learn about the health care field in a role with advancement potential, as many health care aides further their career as a professional nurse. The health care aide occupation is one of the few professions that provide job security and a fulfilling position with only minimal cost and training time investment.
CHN College is registered as a private vocational institution under The Private Vocational Institutions Act. If you compare our program to other colleges, you will find that we offer high-quality programming and one of the lowest tuition fees in Manitoba.
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Professional nurses teach our program within a small classroom setting that offers students personalized instruction. We offer both evening and day programs to accommodate students who wish to maintain full or part-time employment while pursuing their Health Care Aide Diploma.
The health care aide is an integral member of the health care team providing care to individuals requiring supportive assistance. Working under the supervision of a nurse, they provide physical and emotional support to clients while promoting their independence within community, hospital and personal home care settings. Health care aides work with clients who:
Health care aides may work in specialized areas such: as pediatrics (children), end-of-life, and dementia or brain-injury programs depending on their interests.
To be a successful health care aide, you will demonstrate the following personal traits and abilities: