Personal Care Aide

Personal Care Aide Training

Get Paid for Giving Care

The Successful Aging Institute offers professional Personal Care Aide training

Calling those with a caring heart and a dedication to helping others. In response to requests from area employers, the Successful Aging Institute at Lane now offers 40-hour comprehensive training to prepare you for an entry-level position as a professional Personal Care Aide (PCA) in residential community and in-home care settings.

The PCA skills-based training touches on many areas including compassionate communication, proper body mechanics, assistance with acts of daily living, fire safety, hospice, and self-care for the caregiver. Hands-on practice in Lane's Certified Nursing Assistant lab augments lecture, small group discussion, class textbook, and videos. Upon successful completion, students will receive an Award of Completion and a list of local employers who may offer special consideration.

Contact Tina at SAI, (541) 463-6262 or dressert@lanecc.edu, for registration and other information.

SPRING TERM 2014

 Personal Care Aide Training

Ready for a rewarding career as a professional caregiver? Demand is great and growing statewide for caregivers in residential communities and in-home settings. This 40-hour, hands-on training is well-respected by area employers, many of whom offer special hiring consideration to those who pass the course. Textbook included.

5:30-8:30 p.m., TU/TH, April 29-June 12, 2014 (40 hours - $359) Gilad & Little

Free Personal Care Aide Preview

Do you want to learn more about Lane's Personal Care Aide training?
Come to a FREE informational meeting!

5:30-6:30 p.m., April 17, 2014, DCA (1 hour No Charge) - Susman

Adult providing senior care

Make a Difference - Become a Personal Care Aide!