Health Care & Hospitality


Health Care Assistant
Diploma Program (Length: 26 weeks)

The Health Care Assistant Program consists of 8 courses, which will be taught 22 hours per week. 7 of the 8 courses are combination of experiential classroom based lectures, workshops and e learning. The last course consists of 7 weeks of work experience / practicum, whereby each student will be at various government, non-profit, and community care facilities within the lower mainland. The practicum will be in one facility with both complex care and assisted living units or in two facilities with complex care and assisted living separately. The purpose of this time is to apply the theory and skills learned throughout the program and observe professionals in practical situations. As well students will acquire situational-specific skills and identify areas that may need to be developed further. Students receive feedback and evaluation of their performance and gain valuable contacts in this diverse field. The program focuses on the enhancement of social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional and behavioral growth of the clients, both typical and atypical (special needs) through the use contemporary and alternative or complimentary methods.

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Hospitality Management
Diploma Program (Length: 48 weeks)

The Hospitality Management Diploma consists of 16 courses. Most are a combination of experiential classroom based lectures, workshops and seminars, small group discussions, role plays and computer labs. The last course consists of 12 weeks of co-op training - students will be placed at various hotels, motels, restaurants, country clubs, tourist facilities, catering firms, and a wide variety of other hospitality businesses. The purpose of co-op placement is to apply the theory and skills learned throughout the program and observe professionals working in practical situations. Students will acquire situational-specific skills and identify areas that may need to be developed further. Students receive feedback and evaluation of their performance and gain valuable contacts in this diverse field.

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Hospitality Management
Diploma Program (Length: 75 weeks)

The Hospitality Management (with Co-op) diploma program consists of 17 courses. Most are a combination of experiential classroom based lectures, workshops and seminars, small group discussions, role plays and computer labs. The last course (prior to employment readiness) consists of 36 weeks of co-op training - students will be placed at various hotels, motels, restaurants, country clubs, tourist facilities, catering firms, and a wide variety of other hospitality businesses. The purpose of co-op placement is to apply the theory and skills learned throughout the program and observe professionals working in practical situations. Students will acquire situational-specific skills and identify areas that may need to be developed further. Students receive feedback and evaluation of their performance and gain valuable contacts in this diverse field.

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Resident Care Attendant
Diploma Program (Length: 26 weeks)

The RCA Program consists of 10 courses, which will be taught 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday, for a total of 25 hours. Eight of the 10 courses are experiential classroom based lectures and workshops. The last two courses consist of 5 weeks of work experience / practicum and 2 weeks of preceptorship, whereby each student will be at various government, non-profit, and community care facilities within the lower mainland. The practicum/preceptorship will be in one facility with both complex care and assisted living units or in two facilities with complex care and assisted living separately. The purpose of this time is to apply the theory and skills learned throughout the program and observe professionals in practical situations. As well students will acquire situational-specific skills and identify areas that may need to be developed further. Students receive feedback and evaluation of their performance and gain valuable contacts in this diverse field. The program focuses on the enhancement of social, physical, intellectual, cultural, emotional and behavioral growth of the clients, both typical and atypical (special needs) through the use contemporary and alternative or complimentary methods.

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