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CARE GIVING MASTER CERTIFICATE COURSE- BATCH 9! REGISTER NOW!


Starting...

 MONDAY 27TH FEBRUARY TO THURSDAY, 2ND MARCH, 2023!

 REGISTRATION IS ONGOING

 *LEARN THE SKILLS TO BECOME A PROFESSIONAL CARE GIVER.* 



Learn about caregiving skills including legal and ethical responsibilities, and working as part of a team.

This course introduces the learner to what is involved in working as a professional carer. 

It covers the responsibilities of carers; how the carer fits into a care service team; what players and factors are involved; professional standards; principles and training. 

What is it like to be a receiver of care - a client or consumer? What are the rights of the 'cared for'?

This course includes sections on geriatric (elderly) care and people with disabilities. 


You will learn about the legal and ethical issues involved in caregiving; legal terms and definitions and how they apply to carers and clients. 

You will discover the importance of privacy and confidentiality and how to recognize and report abuse.

 In addition, you will learn the importance of effective communication: verbal and non-verbal; communication styles (passive, aggressive, assertive etc.) and their consequences and how 'attitude' is important.

 You will examine common impairments care service users have, e.g. vision, hearing and cognitive and techniques for managing them. 

You will learn to recognize and manage your own stress, how to manage time more efficiently and how to organize, prioritize and schedule tasks better. 

In addition in this course, you will learn how to set personal and professional boundaries.

If you’re interested in caregiving as a future career, or if you’re a health professional seeking to improve your skills, then this clear and simple course is the one for you. 

 *BENEFITS :* 

-Opportunity to find an amazing Healthcare Assistant/Care Giver Job abroad.
- Find a HomeCare Job in Nigeria.
- Set up your own Home Care Agency.
- Work with NGOs, and Other organizations with special interest in Elderly Care and people with disabilities.

- After the training, participants shall be given access to webpages and links where they can search for foreign jobs that come with sponsorship opportunity to relocate easily.


 You have an opportunity presented to you today to learn, relearn and acquire this unique skill.


 REGISTER TODAY.

 HOW TO REGISTER:

PAY THE REGISTRATION FEES (INCLUSIVE OF CERTIFICATE) : *#10,000* 

BANK DETAILS: 

 *FCMB* 

 *8795994015* 

 ARK MEDCARE* 

Send proof of payment to whatsapp contact +2347038844295

 We shall confirm your payments, then add you to the premium group.

 Get Ready for your training which kicks off from *Monday 27th February, - Thurs 2nd March., 2023.* 

Keep a date and don't miss this special opportunity to *Become a Care Giver* acquiring the requisite skills.

See flyer for more details.

WhatsApp for Registration 

+2347038844295

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