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Vocational Training

SE Career Colleges (SECC), owned and operated by SE Health, are recognized and regulated not for profit colleges exclusively focused on health education. Our FNIM Program is working in partnership with SECC and FNIM communities and organizations to develop and deliver vocational and certificate programs that are relevant, accessible, and culturally safe.
 

Blended Delivery Vocational  Training

SE Career College of Health, in partnership with the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program, are currently offering a Blended Delivery Indigenous Health Care Aide/Assistant (HCA) and Personal Support Worker (PSW) training and Blended Delivery Indigenous Community Health Representative (CHR) training across Canada. These trainings are available to groups and are accredited and recognized college programs. The blended delivery model (combining in person and on-line learning) increases education accessibility to students living in rural, remote and isolated communities who may not be able to relocate for vocational training. The programs are supported by a dedicated Indigenous Program team (comprised of Indigenous managers and instructors) who work closely with participating communities and organizations to ensure the training is culturally relevant and reflective of local culture and traditions. 
 

Enhanced HCA/PSW Training

SE FNIM Program  has delivered Health Care Aide (HCA)/Personal Support Worker (PSW) Enhanced Training  in Manitoba and Ontario. The training is focused on enhancing and refreshing existing HCA/PSW skills and knowledge based on their identified learning needs.
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To discuss potential vocational training opportunities to meet your learning needs in your region please contact:

Melissa Spence
Program Manager
SE First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program
MelissaSpence@saintelizabeth.com
T: 204.632.7076 / 204.293.0679

SE Career College of Health

SE Career College of Health is a network of regulated and registered not-for-profit vocational schools that focus exclusively on health education. We opened our colleges with a focus on spreading hope and happiness, graduating health care workers who would make an impact in the lives of others.

Our organizational vision - to honour the human face of health care - is a central philosophy in the delivery of all of our programs at the Saint Elizabeth Health Career College. Our Career College of Health is led by SE Health experts and leaders in health care, community health, adult education, and culturally safe care. Our goal is to impart upon our students cutting edge health knowledge, skills and competencies, enabling them to provide exceptional client experiences and to create positive working environments.

SE Health has operated a BC Ministry of Advanced Education Designated post-secondary vocational school in Vancouver BC since 2007 and recently launched a new college in Ottawa. All of our colleges meet or exceed provincial regulations for regulated colleges.

For further information information please visit our website at:

http://www.saintelizabeth.com/Career-College/Home.aspx