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Personal Care Worker

17-510-1 Technical Certificate 
Campus: Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior

Overview

The PCW course is a combination of an independent study coupled with a final 8-hour lab session with the course instructor. The independent study portion of the course is directed through a series of eight learning plans (approximately seven hours/learning plan) that carefully detail learning activities to help students learn the course content. Upon completion of the learning activities, students will contact the campus contact to schedule an 8-hour lab session that concludes with skills competency testing and the final written exam. The lab sessions are held on Saturdays and scheduled at the various WITC campuses (Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, Superior) and outreach centers (Hayward, and Ladysmith) throughout the district.

Special Features

This course allows students to work at their own pace to learn the content. Students will work directly with an instructor to complete the written exam and skill demonstration. The course emphasizes core abilities for the workplace.

Student Profile

As a Personal Care Worker student, you should be able to:

Preparation for Admission

The following will help students prepare for this certificate:

Outcomes

Employers will expect, after completing the certificate, that you will be able to:

Program Costs

Estimated costs for 2013-2014 are:

Program Tuition   $153.00
Books & Supplies PCW Book Order Form  Requires Adobe Acrobat requires Adobe Acrobat Reader $100.00

       

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