How do I find my BC Care Aide registration number?
To work in a publicly funded health care organization, all care aides and community health workers are required to register. An online application must be submitted for review. Once the application has been evaluated and approved by the Registry, the applicant will be provided with a registration number.
Are care aides registered in BC?
Care aides and community health workers are also known as health care assistants or HCAs. ... To be eligible to work as a HCA in any publicly funded health care setting in BC, applicants must be registered with the BC Care Aide & Community Health Worker Registry.
How do I become a registered aide in BC?
To be certified as an HCA, care aides must:
- Undergo a criminal record check and a tuberculosis screening.
- Complete a recognized six- to nine-month HCA program.
- Complete CPR, FOODSAFE and first-aid certification.
- Register with the B.C. Care Aide and Community Health Worker Registry.
Is CNA same as HCA?
Upgrade From Health Care Assistant (HCA) To Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) If you're currently certified as a Health Care Assistant (HCA) you're only 24 hours away from becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)! There are many benefits to becoming a CNA and our HCA To CNA Bridge Class will get you there.
What is Cachwr?
Worker Registry. www.cachwr.bc.ca.
How much does a care aide make in BC?
On average, health care assistants earn an annual provincial salary of $45,091.
What is the BC health care assistants core competency profile?
The Core Competency Profile lists the competencies that the new HCA entering into practice must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of in order to become registered to practice in a publicly funded health care facility or program within BC.