Wellness Worker Program

our wellness worker program is meant to align physical and mental health for all kinds of people

Our wellness worker program is for people that wish to offer community health services. Being a wellness worker in BC can pose a lot of unique challenges. These include working in both rural and urban settings, working with diverse populations, and addressing both physical and mental health.

In our wellness worker program, you will have access to the following courses:

Post Traumatic Stress Management in Wellness Worker Program

Post traumatic stress can be a difficult type of stress to manage, for both community health workers and their clients. In this course, you will learn methods to manage stress of this kind and put it in perspective.

Psychological First Aid

First aid is an important skill to have as any kind of healthcare worker. In this course, you will learn how to handle first aid of the mind, both for yourself and others.

Reiki Level II

Advanced level reiki is considered a cornerstone of our wellness worker program.
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Do you want to learn energy work and healing on the level of a provider? You will learn reiki at this level in our reiki level II course. Make sure you know the basics first though, as this course can get advanced!

Hans Kai – Educator Level for Wellness Worker Program

Hans Kai is an important school of thought for learning and providing learning to others in our program. You will learn not only how to keep track of your health in an effective way, but how to teach it to others too!

Intro to Hypnosis

As a community healthcare worker, you’ll want to know the basics of hypnosis. It’s a long-standing but misunderstood mental toolkit that will enrich your practice working with the community!

Remote Site First Aid

First aid for remote situations is a very important element of our wellness workers program, for those that may work in a rural setting.
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Working in BC, you may sometimes work with clients that are far away from major towns or emergency services. Therefore, you should learn first aid skills for when help may not be on the way.