Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum (2015) Supplement

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The Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum (2015) Supplement has been produced to support the delivery and assessment of the required learning outcomes and course content set out in the Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum (2015). To ensure that these supplementary materials can be updated on a more regular basis than the HCA Provincial Curriculum, they are being published in as a separate document. Based on stakeholder consultation and updates between January and June 2017, a Second Edition of the Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum (2015) Supplement has been made available. The materials and resources included in the Second Edition are current and reflective of educator and workforce needs and continue to align with the Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum (2015). New learning activities include debate topics, research activities, critical thinking activities and case scenarios; focus has been given to ensuring activities and assessment tools are ready for use in the classroom, lab and clinical settings. The third edition of the supplement was completed in November 2021 to ensure that materials and resources are current and reflective of educator and workforce needs.This edition, now called the Health Care Assistant Program Supplement to the Provincial Curriculum (2015), Third Edition, November 2021, (the Supplement) continues to be a supplement for the Health Care Assistant Program Provincial Curriculum 2015.The third edition has kept the many changes and additions that were made for the second edition, including the debate topics, research activities, role play/critical thinking activities, and case scenarios. This edition also includes the standardized templates and sample evaluation tools that educators can adapt to support theory, lab, and clinical evaluation. Given that this educational resource is openly licensed, it has been posted in both PDF and Word formats so that educators may adapt activities to best suit their teaching and learning contexts.

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Province of British Columbia

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Health Related

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