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is the "PSW" program good for caregiver?

is the "PSW" program good for caregiver?

Old Mar 4th 2008, 6:04 am
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As in Citizenship and Immigration Canada site about live in caregiver prog; it says
"At least six months’ training, or at least one year of full-time paid work experience in the past three years
"To claim training, it must be full-time training in a classroom setting. Areas of study could be early childhood education, geriatric care, pediatric nursing or first aid. "
For those who managed to work as a live-in caregiver, what kind of study did you get? And is the PSW "personal support worker program" taken in Canada which is 4 months in class and 2 months practical work is conceder a cic accepted kind of study or not? Some schools doing in school practical and others do it in nursing home, daycare or such that
And If anyone took the 6 months course in Canada, please inform me what kind of study did you take?
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