Health Care Aides graduate | DrumhellerMail
Last updateMon, 15 Jul 2019 11am

Health Care Aides graduate

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On Tuesday, January 29, the second class of students in the Health Care Aide Program graduated and will soon be filling a much-needed role in the health care system. This is a joint program, using the Red Deer College course delivered through Campus Central in collaboration with DVSS. Students are able to earn dual credits towards the program and their high school studies. It is delivered online with face to face labs, and a number of students who graduated last year have gone on to study further in Licensed Practical Nurse and Registered Nurse programs. At the celebration are (back; l-r) Sage McNulty, lead health care aide instructor, with students Ocean Anthony-Brossert, Kim Poychana, Demi Otegbade, Nicole De Leon, Zayna Lynch, Andrea James, and DVSS principal Curtis LaPierre, with (front; l-r) Cera Cawiezel, Paige Lecuyer, and Mikaela Smith. Missing are Samantha Torres, Cari Boyko, Hallie Sunstrum and Roxanne Parker.

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