Personal Care Attendant
FREE Information Session
Tuesday, February 7, 2017
Space is Limited. Register Now!
What Does a PCA Do?
PCA's help people of all ages with disabilities to live independently by helping them with everyday tasks such as:
- Personal Care
Cape Cod Community College is offering a 28-hour program! To enroll, students must:
- be able to work in the Unites States and
- attend all training days, including information session on Tuesday February 7, 2017 from 5-6pm.
PCA Fundamentals (WHN107-67)
Tuesdays/Thursdays 2/23-3/21/2017; 5:00-8:30pm, 8 sessions *Please note date change
Location: Hyannis Center, 540 Main Street, Hyannis
Students will learn the basics of being a PCA, have career readiness coaching and be certified in CPR with AED and first aid. Registration will only be available at our free information session on Tuesday February 7, 2017 from 5-6pm. Students are required to attend the information session in order to be qualified for enrollment into the course.
This is a great career! Bring a friend and learn more at our free information session.
Registration for the free information session is required online. Register Now!
PCA Employment Information:
- Current pay for PCAs is $14.12/hour
- Work part-time or full-time
- Ongoing education available, including college
- Great opportunity for DTA recipients, SSI or SSDI recipients, DMH clients, veterans, and many others!
Questions? Call Mary Conklin, Program Coordinator, at 508-375-5010.