Why Choose NPC's Residential Child-Youth Care?
Know how to manage time effectively?
Have patience and understanding and good communication skills?
Couple these with working with children and young adults in residential group care facilities, such as boarding schools, dormitories, group homes or even private residences and you might find a rewarding career as a Residential Child/Youth Care Assistant, providing assistance in everyday living and guidance in completing tasks.
About Our Program
NPC's Residential Child/Youth Assistant program combines courses from several disciplines into a Certificate of Proficiency (CP), Certificate of Applied Science (CAS) and Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
Employment of residential child/youth assistants is projected to grow below the average for all occupations. Employment growth tends to be in residential units for those with intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental health or substance abuse facilities.
The median annual salary for residential child/youth assistants ranged from $19,940 to $31,300 in May 2012, with higher ranges being in specialized disability or substance abuse facilities. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition.)
|59 Students Enrolled |
|CP: Residential Child/Youth Care Assistant||$1,380||1|
|CP: Substance Abuse Counseling||$935||1|
|None. NPC does NOT participate
in any student loans.
On-Time Completion Rate: Data not available. "Standard time" requires full time enrollment and only 27% of NPC students typically attend on a full-time basis. No 2011-12 students completed residential child/youth care certificates in "standard time."
|CP: Residential Child/
Youth Care Assistant
|CP: Substance Abuse Counseling||15|
CP = Certificate of Proficiency
CAS = Certificate of Applied Science
AAS = Associate of Applied Science Degree