Care College

Professional Development Short Courses



  • Increase employability.
  • Develop your skills.
  • Improve quality of support.
  • Accelerate your career and broaden your opportunities.
Browse our list of quality non-accredited training!
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Effective Workplace Relationships

Learn how to successfully lead and manage a team taking into consideration values, goals and cultural diversity of the workplace

Advocacy – Supporting the Rights of Others

Learn how to promote, protect and support a person or groups full and equal human rights

Anger Management

Learn how to identify anger triggers and what to do with others are angry

Empowering People with Disabilities

This course provides you with strategies to deliver rights based services using a person-centred approach and empowering people with disabilites.

How to Set Successful SMART Goals

Learn how to be successful with setting goals using the SMART way

Leisure Education

Help individuals develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary to make informed choices about their leisure time and engage in activities that contribute to their physical, emotional, social, and cognitive well-being.

Provide Support to People Living with Dementia

Supporting people living with dementia requires a compassionate and empathetic approach, as well as a deep understanding of their unique needs and challenges.

Vicarious Trauma and Self Care

Vicarious trauma can happen to anyone who is exposed to traumatic events, learn how to engage in self care and promote resilience in the face of emotional challenges.

Working with LGBTQIA+ Clients

Learn how to reduce stimga, discrimination and build and foster your client relationship

Working with Clients Affected by Domestic Violence

Working with clients affected by domestic violence can be challenging yet crucial work. It’s essential to approach these situations with empathy, understanding, and a commitment to supporting the individuals who have experienced domestic violence.

Working with Diverse Populations

Learn how to work respectfully with people from diverse social and cultural groups and situations.

Working with People with Mental Health Issues

Working with people with mental health concerns can be a rewarding and challenging experience. It requires a compassionate and understanding approach, as well as specialized knowledge and skills to provide effective support and assistance

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