Union of New Brunswick Indians

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Personal Support Worker Diploma
Personal Support Worker, also known as a Personal Care Attendant is someone who cares for the physical, mental and emotional well-being of a patient who are not able to do so for themselves, typically in the elderly. The main responsibilities of a Personal Support Worker include ensuring the patient has healthy and nutritious meals, assist the patient with daily tasks and working with the interdisciplinary team to ensure the best quality of care.

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Professional Development Workshops

Workshops are offered on a regular bases, tailored to suit each communities and/or organizations individual needs and is provided on site. The UNBI Training Institute is working with Health Canada's Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve to facilitate workshops and "Teaching Stratifies - Creative Curriculum" from Head Start to K-4.

UNBI Training Institute provides workshops for staff and students. Workshops have included Board Management Training, Nutrition, Menu Planning, Food Handling, Puppet Making, Policies and Procedures, Play, Reiki, Guidance, Documentation, NB Curriculum Training, and Care of the Child in Crisis. Staff create professional development workshops based on need.

Program Keywords:
  • Child and Youth Care, Early Childhood Education, Education, Human Services Counsellor, Addictions Service Counsellor with mental Health Specialty, Personal Support Worker, Professional Development