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Recent Wisconsin job postings for this certificate:
- Care giver
- Home care worker
Wisconsin Technical College Personal Care Worker Programs
This certificate emphasizes aspects of providing personal and supportive/rehabilitative healthcare to clients needing assistance in their home or other care facilities. Basic knowledge and skills acquired through this course include clients' rights, communication, rehabilitation, positioning and transfer skills, infection control, and safety.
The Personal Care Worker (PCW) course is a combination of online coursework coupled with a final 8-hour lab session with the course instructor. The online portion of the course is directed through a series of eight learning plans that carefully detail learning activities to help students learn the course content. Upon completion of the learning activities, students will contact the campus contact to schedule an 8-hour lab session that concludes with skill competency testing and the final written exam. The lab sessions are held on Saturdays and scheduled at the various WITC campuses (Ashland, New Richmond, Rice Lake, and Superior).
Personal Care Worker graduates will be able to:
- Provide personal care for clients
- Communicate effectively with clients, families, and healthcare teams
- Promote client rights
|Personal Care Worker||Pathway Certificate|
|Northwood Tech||Personal Care Worker at Northwood Tech|