Nearly 800 students have started their accelerated training to become a servant to the recipient on Monday morning at the school of métiers des Faubourgs-de-Montréal.
“Right now, we need arms to go to provide health care to our seniors, then this is where I want to serve,” says Olivier Gilles Lambert, a new student in the new accelerated program care Support assistance in health care facilities.
As early as 6 a.m. Monday morning, hundreds of future agents have started to follow courses that enable them to work in the month of September in the accommodation Centres, and long-term care (CHSLD) in the region of Montreal.
“It is a great day because we welcome almost 800 students today for the program and servants, while normally it is home to 800, but for the year, then it is a big challenge,” says Josée Péloquin, director of the école des métiers des Faubourgs-de-Montréal.
More details to come.