Caregiving Course


The Caregiving Training at the BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University, is a pioneering initiative in Bangladesh's healthcare landscape. It aims to equip individuals with the necessary skills and knowledge for compassionate and effective care, thereby improving health outcomes nationwide. The Caregiving training offers a comprehensive curriculum and hands-on training modules that cover various aspects of caregiving, including patient communication, basic medical procedures, and psychosocial support.

Led by experienced trainers and healthcare professionals, the training focuses on practical skills development to ensure graduates are well-prepared to meet the diverse needs of patients and communities. Its integration within BRAC University's School of Public Health underscores a commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration and evidence-based practice. By bridging the gap between academic theory and real-world application, the program empowers individuals to contribute meaningfully to healthcare delivery, especially in underserved areas.

In Bangladesh's pursuit of universal healthcare coverage and improved health equity, initiatives like the Caregiving Training program play a crucial role in building a skilled and compassionate healthcare workforce. Through education, innovation, and collaboration, BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University is shaping the future of caregiving in Bangladesh, one dedicated caregiver at a time.

What distinguishes BRAC JPGSPH Caregiving Course?

BRAC James P Grant School of Public Health (BRAC JPGSPH) Caregiving Course stands out as the premier choice for caregivers seeking comprehensive, high-quality training. Here are the key reasons why our course is superior to others:

  • We follow the National Skill Development Authority’s (NSDA) Curriculum which is based on the latest research and best practices in the field of caregiving.
  • Our instructors are seasoned professionals with extensive experience in public health, caregiving, and education.
  • We offer hands-on training opportunities, including simulations and practical exercises, to prepare caregivers for real-world scenarios.
  • Our program includes field placements and internships, allowing caregivers to gain valuable experience in diverse caregiving settings.
  • We prepare caregivers to work effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and with varying needs.
  • We provide a supportive and collaborative learning environment, encouraging caregivers to share experiences and learn from each other.
  • BRAC JPGSPH is globally recognized for its contributions to public health and community development.
Why should you take a Caregiving Course?

As you consider your next steps in professional development, I’d like to share the compelling reasons for enrolling in a caregiving course and the promising career scope it offers.

  • A caregiving course equips you with essential skills and knowledge to provide high-quality care to individuals of all ages and needs.
  • You will learn about health management, emotional support, daily living assistance, and effective communication strategies.
  • Completing a caregiving course enhances your employability by providing a recognized certification that demonstrates your competency and dedication to potential employers.
  • The practical training and hands-on experience gained during the course make you a valuable candidate in the job market.
  • Caregiving is a deeply rewarding profession that allows you to make a significant difference in people's lives.
  • The course not only prepares you professionally but also fosters personal growth, empathy, and resilience.

Career Scope of Caregiving

The career scope of caregiving is broad and continually expanding, offering a wide range of opportunities and pathways for professional growth. Here’s an overview of the promising career prospects in the caregiving field:

  • The demand for skilled caregivers is growing across various settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, private residences, and community health centers.
  • Specialized caregiving roles are also available in areas such as dementia care, pediatric care, and care for individuals with special needs.
  • There is a global demand for caregivers, particularly in countries with aging populations. Completing a caregiving course can open doors to employment opportunities abroad.
  • With experience and further training, caregivers can advance to supervisory or managerial roles within healthcare facilities.
  • Opportunities also exist for caregivers to specialize in areas such as geriatric care, hospice care, and home health care, leading to higher pay and greater responsibilities.
  • Caregiving skills can also pave the way for entrepreneurial opportunities, such as starting a private home care business or offering consultancy services in caregiving.

By enrolling in a caregiving course, you are not only investing in a career that is in high demand but also in a profession that offers personal satisfaction and the chance to impact lives positively.

Caregiver Training Management Coordinators
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Ko Kya Mya Marma

Deputy Coordinator


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Dolon Mondol

Lead Trainer


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Monzila Akter



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Nasrin Akter

Guest Trainer



If you have any inquiries regarding the Caregiving Course

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