- Home Health Aide Course [Currently discontinued]
- Health Promotion through Ayurveda and Yoga Certificate Course [Currently discontinued]
- IRCS Online Learning
Home Health Aide Course [Currently discontinued]
With the growing need for Health Care Attendant in the society for serving the elderly, disabled and critically ill persons at home Indian Red Cross Society is prepared to start Home Health Aide Course in collaboration with Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital and Safdarjang Hospital. The aim of the course is to impart skill to young men and women from the community to render Home Health Care to the needy and to empower youth with skill sets that will make them self reliant and employable.
Third batch of HHA Course commenced on 4th March, 2020. Applications for admission are closed
Students of Home Health Aide course are undergoing internship at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital -
Senior Nursing Officer from Safdarjang hospital facilitating session on personnel hygiene and hygiene standards at Home Health Aide Course on 13-14 May, 2019
Classes for Home Health Attendant Course are underway at Indian Red Cross Society (NHQ).
Admissions for 29th batch of HP course through Ayurveda and Yoga is closed- Last date for applying: 17, February 2020 . [Closed]
The 29thbatch commenced on 12 March, 2020. Personal discussion, if required, will be held on 20 February, 2020. Candidates who have applied earlier and were not selected, will need to apply again. The list of successful candidates for 29th batch shall be displayed on the notice board of DMC on 24 February, 2020 at Red Cross Building, 1 Red Cross Road, New Delhi -110001. (Ph: 011-23716916)
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IRCS Online Learning
IRCS Online Learning is a learning environment that provides lifelong learning for the Indian Red Cross’s staff and volunteers. It offers academic online courses that are accredited with leading universities and a fast-growing number of self-directed online courses that are open to all. The learning platform is supported by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). Click here to visit the IRCS Learning Platform