Responsible Adult Course funding in Williams Lake, BC.

Would you like to work with children?

Did you know there is an online course you can take so you can work as an assistant in a licensed childcare facility in BC?

The Responsible Adult Course is a 20 hour online training qualifies job seekers to work with children in licensed child care facilities or schools in BC.

Through interactive sessions, this online course covers basic concepts about child development from birth to 12 years of age, child guidance, health, safety and nutrition.

The government of British Columbia has now mandated Responsible Adult Course training for all individuals working with children.

Our Responsible Adult Course training meets the BC Child Care Licensing Act requirements for individuals to have at least 20 hours of childcare training including safety, child development and nutrition in order to work with children.

The Responsible Adult Course qualifies job seekers in BC to gain the experience necessary for working with children.  The best part is that the course is self paced.  Students can  start the course when it’s convenient for them, and complete when they are ready.  There is no time limit. 

After completing the final exam, students will be emailed a certificate of completion, which can be used to gain employment in licensed child care facilities.

The cost of the training is $125 CAD, and is backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.  If for any reason you are not satisfied with the training you can request a refund, no questions asked.

Job seekers can apply for Responsible Adult Course funding through their local WorkBC employment centre. Applicants must apply to be clients of the employment centre and be engaged in an active job search to qualify.

Interested persons can contact their local employment centre to see if they might qualify for this program.

Williams Lake WorkBC Centre
Address: 172 2 Ave N #201, Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Z6
Phone: (250) 398-5133
Email: centre-williamslake@workbc.ca
Website: http://workbccentre-williamslake.ca/ 

If you live in a region outside of Williams Lake, you can view a list of all WorkBC employment centres here, and contact your closest centre to inquire about funding.

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