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Posted November 14, 2016, by Sprott Shaw College.
The BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker Registry reviews and recognizes Health Care Assistant (HCA) programs in BC to ensure that they are: following the provincial curriculum, implementing a common set of training standards and graduating competent front-line health care providers. confirming that HCAs meet registration requirements is integral to the Registry’s mandate of patient protection and improved standards of care.
The Health Care Assistant program delivered by Sprott Shaw College has been granted a full, five-year recognition status by the BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker Registry. Graduates of the HCA program delivered by Sprott Shaw are eligible for registration with the BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker Registry.