Lifeline International Health Institute formerly: Lifeline International Caregiver Training Center Iloilo City is an institution accredited by TESDA that offers Technical and Vocational Education and Training Programs (TVET) under the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) and the Commission on Higher Education (CHED).
Lifeline International Health Institute Iloilo City
Address: Lifeline Bldg., 379 Lopez Jaena St., Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines
For more details, you may contact us at (033) 329-2009 / 0910 828 7204
Lifeline International Health Institute is the PIONEER and has been the most reliable Caregiver Training provider for over 21 years. Thousands of Lifeline graduates are all over the world. The training we provide has passed Canadian Embassy standards as well as other countries’ requirements. We are committed to quality, internationally benchmarked training and globally competent graduates. We partner and are registered with TESDA.
TESDA Approved Programs
Here is the list of available TESDA registered programs and short courses offered in “Lifeline International Health Institute Iloilo City” in the province of Iloilo City.
List of Tesda Courses Offered / Registered Programs
|Caregiver NC II||860 Hours|
What is a Caregiver?
There are several kinds of caregiver. Do you know any of them? Here are some of the common types of caregivers. You may have, in one way or another, been a caregiver and have not realized it.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A CHLD CAREGIVER?
Child caregivers look after the basic needs of children, such as dressing, feeding, and supervising their playtime. They also provide a beneficial learning environment and a safe “home away from home” for little ones. People who love working with children and who naturally have a fun, enthusiastic attitude will thrive as child caregivers. It is common for childcare givers to work in childcare centers, private daycares, or their own home. Child caregivers’ schedules differ greatly. Some childcare centers are open all year, with long hours so that parents can drop off and pick up their children before and after work. Some centers employ full-time and part-time staff with staggered shifts to cover the entire day. Many child caregivers work full time, but part-time work and flexible hours are also very common.
CHILD CAREGIVER DUTIES and RESPONSIBILITIES
While a child caregiver’s day-to-day duties and responsibilities are determined by where they work, there are many core tasks associated with the role.
Here are a few on these:
Provide a Structured and Caring Environment
Child caregivers, plan, supervise, and implement a structured learning environment that allows young children to explore their interests. For example, they may read and play with toddlers to introduce social skills such as manners. They help young children learn through creative group activities.
Supervise Play and Rest
Child caregivers are responsible for carefully watching for any signs of emotional or development issues with children. When they notice something amiss, they must bring it to the attention of a child’s parents or the appropriate team leader. A primary goal of a child caregiver is to create a positive relationship with parents, children, and other staff. They engage in active communication to help keep children safe and make them feel cared for.
Prepare and Organized Snacks
A child caregiver ensures that the children they take care of have enough to eat. They normally prepare and organize mealtimes and snacks for kids. Great child caregivers prepare nutritional food selections for children and encourage them to try new things.
If you believe that you have what it takes to become a child caregiver, be a professional 𝙇𝙞𝙛𝙚𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙚 𝘾𝙖𝙧𝙚𝙜𝙞𝙫𝙚𝙧 under TESDA’s Caregiver NC2 Program. This is a 6-month program, that includes modules to be taken and a practicum, being offered with regular and weekend classes.
Maintain Child Hygiene
Child caregivers are required by law to maintain a safe, sanitary, and clean environment for the children under their care. When needed, a caregiver may change the diaper of an infant or toddler. They may need to help a young child go to the bathroom. Throughout the day as kids play, child caregivers make sure their environment stays neat and may enlist the children’s help to keep this standard.
CHILD CAREGIVER SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
People who are exceptionally patient and passionate about working with children will thrive as child caregivers. Employers from larger childcare establishments typically prefer candidates who have a degree or certification in early childcare, CPR certification, at least one year of childcare experience, and the following skills:
Interpersonal skills are essential for child caregivers who need to communicate with children and their parents on a constant basis.
Child caregivers often involve children in creative activities such as art, dance, and music to stimulate their development.
Child caregivers must be able to sit, stand, bend, and physically lift children weighing up to 40 pounds.
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If you want to become a professional caregiver, Lifeline International Health Institute offers TESDA’s Caregiver NC2 Program. This is a 6-month program, that includes modules to be taken and a practicum, being offered with regular and weekend classes.
The Skills for Employment Scholarship Program (SESP) is one of the education and training projects of OWWA that aims to make a paradigm shift in technical-vocational (Te-voc) training by focusing on the growth of highly skilled and employable employees through career-enhancing courses for overall economic benefit.
For more info on the OWWA Scholarship, you may call us at (033) 329-2009/0910 828 7204.
Basic Requirements for TESDA Courses:
- At least 18 years of age
- At least High School Graduate
- Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
- With good moral character
- Undergone a pre-training assessment
- Can communicate both orally and in written form
Training Fees and Schedule
The cost of training and tuition fees may vary depending upon the specific course of interest and the school offering the training. Training centers also may have slightly different syllabus to teach to students in a class.
For inquiries, tuition fees, enrollment procedures, class schedule and other concern, it would be better that you visit their school/training center and inquire for other documents they may need.
Location and Contact Information
For further information, please contact the school directly at telephone number 329-0945. You can also visit Lifeline International Health Institute Iloilo City. The assessment center is located at Lifeline Bldg., 379 Lopez Jaena St., Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines.