Self Assessment Readiness Tool™ for Unregulated Personal Care Providers >>

Unregulated Personal Care Providers assist clients with some form of health service. Care is provided in either an institutional setting such as a nursing home or hospital, or in a private home in the community. They are not licensed or regulated by a professional, governmental or regulatory body.

This tool is designed to help you understand the requirements for employment in Canada. It describes what you are required to know and to do. It outlines the competencies, knowledge and skills that you must have to work in Canada. 

This tool contains five parts:

Part 1- An Overview of the Canadian Model for Unregulated Personal Care Providers
Part 2- Self Reflection
Part 3- Coming to Canada
Part 4- Case Scenarios
Part 5- Competency Assessment

Self Assessment Readiness Tool™ for Early Childhood Development Specialists >>

Early Childhood Development Specialists provide care and support the growth and development of children aged birth to twelve years. The scope of practice varies from child minding to providing programming for children with special needs.

This tool is designed to help you understand the requirements for employment in Canada. It describes what you are required to know and to do. It outlines the competencies, knowledge and skills that you must have to work in Canada. 

This tool contains five parts: 

Part 1- The Canadian Model of Early Childhood Development Specialists
Part 2- Self Reflection
Part 3- Coming to Canada
Part 4- Case Scenarios and a Typical Day
Part 5- Competency Assessment

Self Assessment™ Readiness Tool for Mental Health Workers >>

Mental Health Workers in Canada assist clients with support services. Support may be provided in a variety of settings such as acute care, community residential, educational, vocational, crisis centers, crisis hotlines, community outreach services and transition services.

This tool is designed to help you understand the requirements for employment in Canada. It describes what you are required to know and to do. It outlines the competencies, knowledge and skills that you must have to work in Canada. 

This tool contains five parts:

Part 1- Overview of the Canadian Model of Mental Health Workers
Part 2- Self Reflection
Part 3- Coming to Canada
Part 4- Scenarios for the Role of a Mental Health Worker in Canada
Part 5- Competency Assessment

These tools are meant to be a guide for your personal use. Your answers to questions will not be recorded or evaluated by anyone other than you. These tools do not provide any assurance of your ability to obtain employment in Canada. They will not be used by any regulatory bodies in Canada to determine your eligibility for registration.  There is no link between completion of these tools and formal licensure or certification.