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Dan Robert College of Health Care

3089 Bathurst St. Suite #317, North York ON

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Programs

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

Culinary Arts Programs

  • Our Food Service Worker program teaches students skills and abilities required to apply government regulations of food safety, injury, hazard prevention to promote a healthy dietary environment. Customer service, safe food-handling, nutrition, and food and beverage service are taught in this certificate program. Graduates from this program will have the abilities to serve a long-term care facility, and food service setting. Our program is mandated by the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care.

     

    Admission Requirements

    • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent or

    • Students are 18 years of age or older and pass qualifying test that has been approved by the Superintendent, or

    • Meet other academic qualifications or minimum age requirements established as a condition of the Superintendent’s approval of the program and

    • Have met all additional admission requirements established by the private career college for the program

    Practicum Requirements (120 Hours)

    • Fitness to complete the clinical placement

    • Immunization status must be update. Students must be free of communicable diseases, Hepatitis B is required;

    • Police check of Criminal Record must be produced within 30 days of starting school. Individuals who have criminal record are  not able to participate in the clinical placement and therefore will not graduate the program

    • Standard First Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR prior to starting the Clinical Placement

    Graduation Requirements

    • Achieve a minimum cumulative average of 70%

    • Achieve a minimum pass mark for each individual module of 70%

    • Successfully complete all clinical placement requirements

    • First Aide/CPR Certificates

    • Food Handler Certificates

    • WHIMIS Certificates

    • Smartserve Certificates

Education, Teaching Programs

  • The Early Childcare Assistant Program was developed to equip childcare workers with valuable knowledge, skills and experience for employment as Assistants in day care or early learning centres. It was designed to give students an overview of the responsibilities of an early childhood assistant and opportunities to perform those responsibilities. In addition to covering early childhood development, program planning, communication and other vital topics in childcare, the program also includes the role of computers in a childcare setting and how to use this tool to enhance the development in children. Early Childcare Assistant is designed to prepare students to a variety of childcare careers. This course focus is on the growth and development of the child and help a child to develop an interest in learning, a willingness to try new activities, to trust adults, develop a strong sense of independence and become better prepared for school. Early Childcare Assistants find career in day care centres, nursery schools, home child care, and other early childhood education settings.

    Employment Opportunities

    Early Childcare Assistant is designed to prepare students to a variety of childcare careers. This course focuses on the growth and development of the child and help a child to develop an interest in learning, a willingness to try new activities, to trust adults, develop a strong sense of independence and become better prepared for school. Early Childcare Assistants find career in day care centres, nursery schools, home child care, and other early childhood education settings.

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 or Equivalent or Mature Student (19 years of age or older and out for 1 year or more)

    • Entrance testing required for all students not possessing a Grade 12 diploma at the general level

    • Fluency in English, demonstrated skill in written and oral communication and comprehension sufficient to meet the demands of the program as assessed by personal interview and student questionnaire or literacy examination

    • Fitness to complete the clinical placement. Immunization status must be up to date. Students must free of communicable disease. Hepatitis B Immunization is required

    • Police Check of Criminal Record must be produced within 30 days of starting school. Individuals who have a criminal record are not able to participate in the clinical placement and therefore will not able to graduate from the program

    Practicum Requirements

    • Fitness to complete the clinical placement

    • Immunization status must be update. Students must be free of communicable diseases, Hepatitis B is required;

    • Police check of Criminal Record must be produced within 30 days of starting school. Individuals who have criminal record are  not able to participate in the clinical placement and therefore will not graduate the program

    • Standard First Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR prior to starting the Clinical Placement

     

    Graduation Requirements

    • Achieve a minimum cumulative average of 70%

    • Achieve a minimum pass mark for each individual module of 70%

    • Successfully complete all clinical placement requirements

    • Current First Aide/CPR Certificates

    • Current the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training

    • Pass the final Comprehensive Theory Exam administered by NACC (70%)

    • Have a resume and cover letter on file with the College

Healthcare, Wellness, Pharma Programs

  • The Personal Support Worker Program was developed as part of the Ontario government’s plan to reform long-term care and support services which are to people in long-term care facilities or living at home in the community. It is a single training program that replaces and consolidates Health Care Aide and Home Support training. This program standardizes training and provides a solid educational base for workers who provide long-term care and support services both institutional and community settings
    Personal Support Workers assist with the tasks of daily living. Services are provided in nursing homes, retirement homes, hospice care, hospitals, homes and apartments in the community, congregate house settings and day programs. Personal Support Workers must develop not only for the comfort, safety, and well being of their clients/residents but also demonstrate sensitivity and respect for those in their care. The attitude, abilities and approach of the worker are critical to the well-being and health people they support.
    Employment Opportunities
    Personal Support Workers assist with the tasks of daily living. Services are provided in nursing homes, retirement homes, hospice care, hospitals, homes and apartments in the community, congregate house settings and day programs. Personal Support Workers must develop not only for the comfort, safety, and well being of their clients/residents but also demonstrate sensitivity and respect for those in their care. The attitude, abilities and approach of the worker are critical to the well-being and health people they support.

    Admission Requirements

    • Grade 12 or Equivalent or Mature Student (19 years of age or older and out for 1 year or more)

    • Entrance testing required for all students not possessing a Grade 12 diploma at the general level

    • Fluency in English, demonstrated skill in written and oral communication and comprehension sufficient to meet the demands of the program as assessed by personal interview and student questionnaire or literacy examination

    • Fitness to complete the clinical placement. Immunization status must be up to date. Students must free of communicable disease. Hepatitis B Immunization is required

    • Police Check of Criminal Record must be produced within 30 days of starting school. Individuals who have a criminal record are not able to participate in the clinical placement and therefore will not able to graduate from the program

    Graduation Requirements

    • Achieve a minimum mark of 70% in all of Section 1, Section 2, and the additional 8 modules

    • Pass the three skills performance demonstrations

    • Achieve satisfactory rating in each of the required abilities listed in the PSW skills passbook

    • Current First Aide/CPR Certificates

    • Have fulfilled all the practicum (clinical placement) hour requirements

    • Pass the PSW Final Standardized Examination administered by the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC)

Human & Social Services, CSW Programs

  • Developmental Services Worker (DSW) administers and implements a variety of assistance programs and community services, and assists clients to deal with personal and social problems. They are employed by social service and government agencies, mental health agencies, group homes, shelters, substance abuse centres, school boards, correctional facilities and other establishments. 

    Admission Requirements

    • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent or

    • Students are 18 years of age or older and pass qualifying test that has been approved by the Superintendent, or

    • Meet other academic qualifications or minimum age requirements established as a condition of the Superintendent’s approval of the program and

    • Have met all additional admission requirements established by the private career college for the program

    Practicum Requirements

    • Fitness to complete the clinical placement

    • Immunization status must be update. Students must be free of communicable diseases, Hepatitis B is required;

    • Police check of Criminal Record must be produced within 30 days of starting school. Individuals who have criminal record are  not able to participate in the clinical placement and therefore will not graduate the program

    • Standard First Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR prior to starting the Clinical Placement

    Graduation Requirements

    • Achieve a minimum cumulative average of 70%

    • Achieve a minimum pass mark for each individual module of 70%

    • Successfully complete all clinical placement requirements

    • Current First Aide/CPR Certificates

    • Current the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training

    • Comprehensive Theory Exam administered by NACC (70%)

    • Have a resume and cover letter on file with the College

North York Campus

We are the future of health care

Dan Robert College aims to shape the future through education, by empowering our students through scientific excellence, with the knowledge to make lasting impacts in people’s lives.

We would like to thank you for taking interest in our private career college.

Since 2005, we have been providing affordable services that are flexible, personalized, with hands-on practical learning led by highly experienced teachers. We offer full-time and part-time classes on weekdays, evenings and weekends.

Dan Robert College of Healthcare is a registered Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. Our programs are accredited and are part of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC), and Ontario Association of Career Colleges (OACC).


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