Frequently Asked Questions

Applicants must have completed at least a Secondary School Certificate (SSC). Graduates and those with master’s degrees from any discipline are also eligible. The age limit for applicants is between 18 and 45 years old.

The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including health and safety protocols, daily living assistance, emotional support, effective communication strategies, and specialized caregiving for different populations such as the elderly, children, and individuals with special needs.

The duration of the course varies, but it typically spans 3 months for each level, depending on the intensity and format of the training program.

The course includes a combination of theoretical classes, practical hands-on training, and real-world clinical placements. Assessments are conducted through written exams, demonstrations, and oral evaluations.

Assessments are conducted by NSDA Certified Assessors and include three steps: written exams to test theoretical knowledge, practical demonstrations to assess hands-on skills, and oral assessments to evaluate communication and decision-making abilities.

Trainees have access to state-of-the-art training facilities, including modern classrooms, simulation labs, and a caregiving skills lab equipped with dummies, hospital beds, physiotherapy equipment, and PPE. Educational resources such as textbooks and supplementary materials are also provided.

Yes. we support trainees who aspire to pursue caregiving careers abroad. We have a strong collaboration with BRAC Probashbandhu limited (BPL) and various foreign recruitment agencies to facilitate international employment opportunities.

Competent trainees can pursue diverse roles in hospitals, nursing homes, private residences, community health centers, and specialized caregiving facilities. There are also opportunities to become a trainer and career advancement in supervisory and managerial positions, as well as international placements.

You can apply by obtaining an application form from our website or our office, completing it with accurate information, and submitting the required documents and application fee.

We provide personalized mentorship, access to educational resources, and continuous professional development opportunities. Our supportive learning environment encourages collaboration and mutual growth among trainees.

Yes, you can work abroad with a caregiving certificate, our caregiving certificate is provided by National skill development authority. This certificate will count as a National Skill Certificate which is recognized worldwide.