flash
images
images
We don't only focus on the didactic aspect of transferring learning, we expose students to various situations and help them construct an approach for special cases. read more »
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn
Personal Care Aide Program (PCA)
images

BECOMING A PERSONAL CARE AIDE WITH GEE'S

The Gee's Career Training Institute Personal Care Aide Program is a 40 hours, introductory program. A state approved Curriculum: Our program is designed to put you directly into a career as a Personal Care Aide, fully preparing you for your rewarding new career. 

 The classes are Monday to Thursday, from 9am to 3pm for 7 days. Down payment of $200 is required at time of registration. The remaining $200 is paid upon completion of the course.

 

CLASSROOM STUDIES

Our class sizes are small: to make sure that everyone has access to the attentions of our highly skilled,  experienced, teaching staff. We offer a multimedia experience including text book, and video learning to provide our students with a high quality, entertaining and rewarding learning environment.

SKILLS LABS

Skills labs provide our students with hands on training, to recognize and  to prevent abuse :to monitor vital signs and  learn necessary documentation skills needed to work confidently in any situation. We use a variety of live models and teaching aides to provide a well rounded experience.

A Personal Care Aide cares for patients in the home. Their work enables the elderly, disabled, and ill patients to live in their own homes rather than in a health care facility. With their help, patients can spend less time in the hospital, which not only reduces health care expenses, but also allows a patient to enjoy the comforts of their own home.

The primary role of the PCA is to perform assistive duties, such as range-of-motion exercises, personal hygiene, grooming, transfers, and proper positioning of the patient. Their work sometimes includes light housekeeping chores, such as shopping, cooking and light cleaning.