Hall opens registration for elderly caregiver courseForecast increase in the elderly population intensifies demand for the course.
From Monday, 7, will be open registration for the course of elderly caregiver, or Wary, offered by Manaus Prefecture, by Foundation Doctor Thomas (FDT), in partnership with the Municipal Public Service School and Inclusion socioeducational (Espi).
The course qualifies professionals to care for the elderly, needing special attention. Within the program content, there are modules of basics in nursing, biological and psychological aspects of aging, nutritional aspects, citizenship, among others related to the daily lives of elderly.
"Studies show that the number of elderly will increase. By the year 2050, there will be, no Brasil, 73 elderly for each 100 children. Thereby, the demand for a complete course as the FDT increases, and we are committed to offering a course of excellence ", says the chief executive of FDT, Martha Cruz.
There will be two classes, one in the morning hours, from 8am to 12pm, and evening, 18h to 22h. Entries will be divided into shifts. In the days 7 e 8 March for those interested in taking the course in the morning shift, e 9 e 10 March for stakeholders who choose to do at night.
Registration will be held at the headquarters of FDT, rua Dr. Thomas, 798, Our Lady of Grace, at the time of 8h to 12h and 14h to 16h and in the act are required two photos 3 × 4 recent, RG, CPF, proof of address, certificate of reservist (men), birth certificate, marriage certificate / divorce, High school certificate (all originals and copies).
The course is offered for free, requiring only the payment of a single registration fee of R $ 40. Applications will be offered to the 80 first who arrived at the institution and are with full documentation. Are 80 openings for the morning shift and 80 vacancies for the night.
Classes will be taught from the day 4 of April, from Monday to Friday, Espi at headquarters, na Off. Professor Nilton Lins, No 3259, block D, Parque das Laranjeiras.
Further information can be obtained from the Center for Studies and Research on Aging in Manaus (NEP) by phone 92-3215-6007.