Community Support Worker Program Class of '14: (Back row) Heather Wale

First support worker class graduated

The students gained the knowledge and experience that qualifies them to begin careers as Community Support Workers

The Campbell River and District Association for Community Living and Community Living College graduated its first class of the Community Support Worker Program: Supporting Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

The program ran for 13 weeks from September through November. Through a combination of classroom and practicum experiences, the students gained the knowledge and experience that qualifies them to begin careers as Community Support Workers.

Instructors Richard Franklin and Michelle Albrecht will again be offering the course starting in March 2014. Contact Franklin at richard.franklin@cradacl.bc.ca or call 250-0938 for more information or to enroll in the course. Community Living College is administered by CRADACL, a not for profit society, thus allowing them to offer this program with a low tuition of $1,500. Their classroom is located at 301 Dogwood Street.