This profession aims to provide care and assistance in public, private and community health care networks to persons of all ages who are sick or who have physical, psychological, or psychosocial disabilities. The rationale of this occupation is to provide aid to patients so that they may recover or maintain their autonomy and overall health condition.
* SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
This training of less than 900 hours duration does not give access to the Programme post-graduation work permit (PGWP). If you wish to remain in Quebec after your training, it will be your responsibility to plan another alternative such as being hired by a Quebec employer and obtaining a work permit.
This training gives access to MIFI’s Permanent immigration pilot program for orderlies.
Duration : 870 Hours
* The validation of your eligibility will be confirmed by our admissions department once your application has been completed.
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Centre de formation professionnelle ACCESS
Centre de formation professionnelle A.-W.-Gagné
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Legend Welcoming services
Integrating into the community
— Practical tour of the city and help with initial purchases
— Contact with local aid organizations
Reception on arrival
— Reception at airport, bus terminal or train station
Integrating into the school system
— School tour and twinning with another student
— Monthly follow-up with the student
Integrating the family
— Referral to employment agencies for your spouse
— Help with child daycare or school registration
— Information on family social activities
General information and administrative follow-up
— Direct contact with a resource person
— Registration, information and provision of mandatory health insurance card
— Explanation of the Centre’s teaching techniques and operations
— Reserving temporary accommodation prior to arrival
— Help with finding permanent accommodation
Note: Services may vary slightly from one training centre to another.
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