Personal Care Worker Career Outlook


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Typical careers that will be available to you after graduation as a Personal Care Worker include:

  • Home care services
  • County and private health care agencies
  • Independent practice

Basic knowledge and skills acquired through this course include:

  • Clients' Rights
  • Communication
  • Rehabilitation
  • Positioning and Transfer Skills
  • Infection Control
  • Safety

Upon completion of the Personal Care Worker certificate, graduates can expect to make an average of $9-$15 per hour. Graduates of this technical certificate will be able to provide personal and supportive/rehabilitative healthcare to clients needing assistance in their homes and/or other care facilities.



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