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Ronaldo Repollesa on Caregiving NC II

Name: Ronaldo V. Repollesa

 Course Taken: Caregiving NC II


Why did you choose to take the course you did?

I want to continue giving the care patients need.


What was the most interesting thing about the course?

Talking with the patients.


What kind of activities did you do in your major subjects?

We do the meal preparations, role playing about abuse, and party setting complete with Canadian costume.


What advice can you give to incoming students who are thinking of taking the same course you did?

If you love your course, concentrate and study hard.


What are the things you learned from the course that have proven to be very useful in your work?

I learned a lot like taking vital signs, how to take care of babies, the elderly, adults, range of motion exercises, and bed making.


Do you think you chose the right course?

Yes, I will recommend Caregiving NC II to my cousin and my younger sister because it’s very interesting for those who like to take care of their loved ones.

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  1. Hi! I just wanna ask, im already a registered nurse and i want to have a caregiving nc2, do i need to enroll first in a caregiver training center? Or i can take the exam directly? . . Tnx a lot

  2. Good Day! I am very much interested to take a FREE caregiver course conducted by TESDA. Can you help me find where is it here in Manila. Most of the accredited schools i called up has an expensive pay. I have no job but very much interested to take the caregiver training. My friend is a caregiver in abroad and ask her to help me. She said, to take first the caregiver training, and she will help me find an employer who need the caregiver. So, please help me.

  3. sir,ask ko a nursing i need to enroll caregiving before makatake ng exams at makakuha ng certificates ng caregiving..?

    • Hi, Jhonpaul!

      From what we have been advised in the past, if you already have sufficient experience and you are confident that you can pass the assessment exam for a particular course, you can skip the classes and jump right ahead to taking the exam. We’re not sure if that applies to all courses or schools or if there have been any changes in the process, though, so you might want to check with TESDA to be sure.


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