Helping Canadians get back to work.

CLI College of Business, Health & Technology

210-4202 17 Ave. SE, Calgary AB

Possible funding to those who qualify*

  • Alberta Student Aid Program
  • Loans
  • Grants
  • Bursaries
  • Scholarships

Programs

Programs offered at each campus may vary, so be sure to check other campus offerings for the course you are most interested in.

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • Program Description

    This program is designed for participants interested in a career in the healthcare field. Our students find that theory classes combined with the practical application of the programs help them to master the skills at a faster pace. The programs are highly educative, incorporating the latest skills and knowledge to ensure that students excel professionally. The school is known for its multicultural environment. Successful graduates have a lot of job opportunities to choose from.

    Career Opportunities

    Homecare Helper, Nursing Assistant, Healthcare Aid, and Home Support Helper.

    Program Content Includes:

    • Safe Work Practices
    • Introduction to Activities of Daily Living
    • Assist with Medication Delivery
    • Work with Client with a Diagnosis of Dementia
    • Working and Communication in a Health Care Environment
    • Structure and Function of the Human Body Health and Chronic Illness
    • Activities of Daily Living
    • Skills for Assisting Clients with Complex Care
    • Special Care Diverse Clients

    Program Delivery Information

    • Classroom (Instructor Led)
    • Lab/ Workshop/ Field Work
    • Job Shadowing Placement

    Admission Requirements

    HEALTH CARE AIDE NEW ADMISSION REQUIREMENT FOR ESL STUDENT WITH NO HIGH SCHOOL IN ALBERTA Academic English Language Arts (ELA) • Grade 11, 20-2 level course, with a minimum score of 60% achieved or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent; or • English 20-1 with a minimum of 60% achieved or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent; or • English 30-1 or 30-2 with a minimum of 55% or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent; or • Deemed equivalent by completion of ACCUPLACER (assessment placement test) Note: Students who have not completed the ELA, 20-2 level requirement and achieved the minimum grade are subject to completing the ACCUPLACER assessment test. This can include students out of province, out of country or mature students that have been out of school for a significant length of time. English Language Proficiency (ELP) Candidates where English is a Second Language (ESL) must meet the English Language Proficiency requirement in addition to the Academic English requirement. Equivalencies are as follows: • Required Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of a minimum of 7 in each of the 4 language skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing) and not an average of 7; OR • By completing high school in Canada. Studies must have been in English at an approved Canadian high school (grades 9, 10, 11, 12) with at least three consecutive years of full-time academic study; OR • By completing a recognized post-secondary degree or diploma program in Canada. The program must have involved at least two full years of full-time, consecutive academic study in English. Approved English Language Proficiency Tests Tests benchmarked at a CLB 7 for all 4 language skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing).Official results must be submitted directly to CLI College. 1. International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Academic: 6 (no section score below 5.5); 2. Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet Based Testing (TOEFL iBT): 71; 3. Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program (CELPIP) General: 7 (with no section score below 6); and 4. Canadian Language Benchmarks/Milestones Test (7 in each strand, not an average of 7). Notes Test Currency: results must have been obtained within two years of the start date of the program. Test Validity: IELTS (Academic) and TOEFL results are valid for two years from the day of testing. Results that expire prior to the Start Date of the program will not be accepted. Digital literacy Candidates must possess knowledge of computer/technology tools to be successful in the program. Candidates must: • Be able to communicate, research and understand information Know how to use computer to surf web, email • Be able to critically evaluate and understand how technology can affect one’s behavior • Be able to create, produce content and effectively communicate using email, media, internet STANDARD REQUIRMENTS · Grade 11, 20-2 level English course, with a minimum score of 60% achieved or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent, or · English 20-1 with a minimum of 60% achieved or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent, or · English 30-1 or 30-2 with a minimum of 55% or Canadian jurisdiction equivalent · Basic knowledge of computer and technology tools
     

    COURSE FEATURES

    •  Lectures
    •  Quizzes
    •  Placement
    •  LanguageEnglish

    Practicum

    Practicum 1 80 Hours Course 5 will be taken as first practicum experience Under this course, students will work under the direction of a regulated health-care professional, learners will work in a continuing care setting such as home care, supportive living, designated supportive living (DSL) a seniors lodges, or group home, providing person-centred care and support for clients and their families Practicum 11 160 Hours During the first clinical placement, you will experience the role of the health care aide by working under the direction of a regulated health-care professional LPN/RN. You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of health-care settings such as continuing care or acute care. Providing person centred care and support for clients and their families Consolidated practicum 80 Hours This is the final clinical placement course where you will practise the role of the health care aide by working under the direction of a regulated health-care professional and buddied/paired with an unregulated health-care professional. You will work in a variety of health-care settings such as continuing care or acute care, providing person-centred care and support for clients and their families

Human & Social Services, CSW Programs

  • Program Description

    This program is designed to help students to assist those with developmental, learning and /or physical disabilities or mental disorders. The programs are highly educative, incorporating the latest skills and knowledge that will allow the students to excel professionally from our developmental service worker college in Toronto.

     

    In this program, students learn Interpersonal Communication, Health Promotion, Abnormal psychology, Developmental Psychology, Sociology, Team Work, Counselling techniques, Behavioural Management, Pharmacology and Human Sexuality. Students interested in pursuing a career as a Developmental Service Worker should be patient, understanding and have the ability to work under psychologically difficult circumstances. The core value of this program guides the Developmental Service Worker’s behavior in terms of his/her ethical responsibilities to the individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, colleagues and to his/her own professional competence at our college with job placement opportunities.

    Career Opportunities

    The Developmental Service Worker diploma program is designed for people interested in working with children, youth and adults with developmental disabilities. After completion, Developmental Service Worker program graduates work in variety of positions such as Educational Assistant, Employment Support, Family Support and Integration Facilitator. At the end of this program, participants will have the skills and abilities to pursue entry-level positions in such areas as: Mental Health Worker, Early Child Educator, Child Welfare Worker, Halfway House Worker, Community Liaison Worker, Instructor for Developmentally delayed and Life Skills Coach.

    Course Content Includes

        • Introduction to Developmental Disabilities
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Family Dynamics
        • Pharmacology
        • Personal Care
        • Teaching Strategies
        • Report Writing
        • Human Sexuality
        • Counselling Techniques
        • Abnormal Psychology
        • Developmental Psychology
        • Concepts in Behavioural Management

Calgary Campus

OUR STORY

CLI College of Business Health & Technology is built on the principles of providing quality career-focused education courses. Established in 1999, CLI College has grown into a multi-campus college providing over a dozen diploma and certificate courses. It is the school of community you can fully trust and rely on.
CLI College of Business Health & Technology is Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act. With 20 years of healthcare training delivery to healthcare providers in the area of group homes, hospitals, long-term facilities, and retirement homes.

Why Choose CLI?

With over 20 years of expertise delivering high-quality training, CLI College has developed a unique learning system that ensures success for our students. CLI is dedicated to helping students get the most from their training, and preparing them for successful careers. We ensure that our programs are designed to satisfy your education and career requirements.

CLI Offers

  • HANDS-ON, INSTRUCTOR-LED, CLASSROOM TRAINING
  • CERTIFIED & EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS
  • FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES
  • DIPLOMA PROGRAMS FROM 25-52 WEEKS
  • JOB PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE

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