RDC's School of Continuing Education Information Session
Ten professional development opportunities in Winter/Spring 2019
Red Deer College continues to provide relevant, accessible and high-quality opportunities for central Alberta learners. RDC’s School of Continuing Education invites the public to learn about an array of exciting offerings throughout the 2019 Winter and Spring semesters at an information session on January 10 at Red Deer College.
Ten engaging options will be discussed at pre-scheduled times, including:
- Pre-Employment Trades (Room 2906)
- Management Skills for Supervisors (Room 2901B)
- RDC in Mexico (Room 2905)
- Advanced Management (Room 2901B)
- Bookkeeping (Room 2906)
- Computer Software (Room 2905)
- Health Care Aide (Room 2906)
- Project Management (Room 2901B)
- Master Electrician (Room 2905)
- Leadership (Room 2901B)
“We are excited for members of our community to meet our team and learn more about our quality programs in the School of Continuing Education,” says Rodney Holt, Associate Dean School of Continuing Education. “This is a great opportunity to explore all that RDC has to offer and we look forward to talking with prospective students.”
The Health Care Aide Certificate is one program that will be featured at the 6:30 p.m. session, and it is designed to meet the needs of learners, communities and industry. Building on the success of the program offerings in Drumheller, Stettler and Rocky Mountain House through RDC’s partnership with Campus Alberta Central, RDC is pleased to introduce the Health Care Aide Certificate in Red Deer. The first intake for this cohort will begin April 8, 2019.
“The Health Care Aide Certificate at Red Deer College is a flexible program in which students do much of their course work as it fits into their daily schedule. Learners will also attend labs where they will further develop their caregiving skills in person,” says Leanne LaBrash, Program Coordinator School of Continuing Education. “It is a great combination for central Alberta students who want to go to school and have other life responsibilities.”
Following the Health Care Aide Government of Alberta Provincial Curriculum, students will learn through online classes, face-to-face labs and two placements in their community. RDC’s Health Care Aide Certificate will adequately prepare students for a range of health-care settings with a strong foundation of knowledge and skills, providing basic health services and daily living support for clients with complex medical conditions, physical and cognitive disabilities, and palliative care.
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Communications Strategist - Corporate
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