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Mother and a Child


The goal of this program is to provide caregivers with essential local experiences and a thorough understanding of this career path. ULI's Caregiver program opens doors for individuals interested in caregiving by preparing them to work as professional caregivers, and offering hands-on experience through practical work placements. These work experiences offer new insights into Canada's multicultural environment. Working in such diverse settings is valuable whether international students plan to return to their home country or remain in Canada.

The program will equip you with the knowledge and develop the attitude, approach, and skills critical to the well-being, comfort, safety, and health of your clients. Caring for young children and older adults prepares students to provide companionship, assistance with keeping appointments, medication reminders, help with household chores, and support for participating in an active and healthy lifestyle.

If you are an international student interested in pursuing a career in caregiving, we offer excellent programs where you can learn about the Canadian healthcare system, improve your English skills, and gain meaningful work experience.

Blood Pressure Check

Program Duration: 940 Hours

  • At 20 hours per week: 47.0 weeks - 11.75 months

Caregiver with Patient

Program Duration: 700 Hours

  • At 20 hours per week: 25.9 weeks - 6.0 months

Mom and a Child

Program Duration: 1860 Hours

  • At 20 hours per week: 93.0 weeks - 21.4 months

Hands-on Experience in the Caregiver Field:
Empowering Student Success

1. Practical Skill Development:

  • Real-World Application: Hands-on experience allows students to apply theoretical knowledge in real-life situations, enhancing their understanding and proficiency.

  • Task Mastery: Students learn essential caregiving tasks such as administering medication, assisting with daily activities, and managing household chores through direct practice.

  • Emergency Preparedness: By dealing with actual scenarios, students become adept at handling emergencies and unexpected situations with confidence and competence.

2. Building Confidence:

  • Enhanced Self-Assurance: Practical experience helps students build confidence in their abilities, making them more comfortable and effective in caregiving roles.

  • Problem-Solving Skills: Exposure to diverse situations improves critical thinking and problem-solving skills, crucial for adapting to various caregiving challenges.

3. Cultural Competency:

  • Multicultural Exposure: Working with clients from different cultural backgrounds fosters an understanding of diverse needs and preferences, enhancing cultural sensitivity.

  • Communication Skills: Direct interaction with clients helps students improve their communication skills, both in English and in understanding non-verbal cues.

4. Professional Network:

  • Industry Connections: Hands-on experience often involves working alongside experienced caregivers and healthcare professionals, allowing students to build a valuable professional network.

  • Mentorship Opportunities: Students can receive guidance and mentorship from seasoned professionals, helping them navigate their career paths effectively.

5. Employment Readiness:

  • Resume Enhancement: Practical experience is a significant addition to a student's resume, making them more attractive to potential employers.

  • Job Market Advantage: Employers often prefer candidates with hands-on experience, giving students a competitive edge in the job market.

  • Job Placement: Many programs include internships or practicum placements that can lead to job offers upon successful completion.

If this field is right for you and you are interested in the career of caregiver, please contact us for more information.

If you are an international student, you can find the programs that will be a wonderful asset in helping qualify you for training and working in the caregiver fields in Canada, and in your home country, too, if you plan to return.

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