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Caregiving NC II in the Philippines



The Caregiving NC II is a short  TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in providing care for infants, young children, senior citizens, and people with special needs. This includes helping them with basic tasks such as eating, taking a bath, or changing their clothes; keeping their living spaces safe and clean; and responding to emergency situations.

Aside from those mentioned above,  this course will also teach you how to:

  • Foster the physical, social, intellectual, creative, and emotional development of children
  • Respond to difficult/challenging behavior
  • Maintain high standard of patient services
  • Implement and monitor infection control policies and procedures

Course Duration

Caregiving NC II takes a minimum of 760 hours to complete.

Admission Requirements

Basic requirements for this TESDA course include:

  • Copy of NSO Birth Certificate
  • Highschool or College Diploma
  • Certified True Copy of Transcript of Records or Form 137
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character
  • 1×1 and/or 2×2 Pictures

Requirements, however, may vary depending on the institution you are going to enroll at, so we strongly suggest you get in touch with the school or training center’s official representatives for more accurate and detailed information.

 

What Students Have to Say:

 

Careers

Qualified graduates of  Caregiving NC II course can find employment as any of the following:

  • Caregiver for infants
  • Caregiver for young children
  • Caregiver for people with special needs
  • Caregiver for the elderly
  • Other similar positions

Competency Assessment and Certification

Students enrolled in the Caregiving NC II course may be required to undergo a Competency Assessment before graduation. A National Certificate (NC II) will be issued to students who passed this assessment.

Got a Question?

You will find our answers on common questions about schools, tuition fee, enrollment, assessment and more in this Tesda Courses FAQs.

If you have a question that was not covered there, please leave it on the comment section below and we’ll try to answer you as soon as we can.

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The Caregiving NC II is a short  TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in providing care for infants, young children, senior citizens, and people with special needs. This includes helping them with basic tasks such as eating, taking a bath, or changing their clothes; keeping their living spaces safe and clean; and responding to emergency situations. Aside from those mentioned above,  this course will also teach you how to: Foster the physical, social, intellectual, creative, and emotional development of children Respond to difficult/challenging behavior Maintain high standard of patient services Implement and monitor infection control policies and procedures Course Duration Caregiving NC II takes …


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142 Comments

  1. good day,
    online course pong available?
    Im a Nurse.

    • Hi, Ronilou!

      We’re sorry, but as much as we’d like to help, we’re currently not aware of any educational institution that is offering Caregiving NC II via distance education.

      :(

  2. Hi, if license nurse tpos walang experience, kelangan pa po bang mag aral ng caregiving?

    • Hi, Rjdeslit!

      If you were asking if you would still need to study caregiving to be able to work as a caregiver even if you are already a licensed nurse, it depends on your potential employer. There are some that may require it, there are some that may not. We suggest that you ask them directly so they can give you a more accurate reply.

      :)

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