Caregiving NC II

Achieving Caregiving Success with Fine Training

Be a TESDA Certified Caregiver

Get your National Certificate Level II


Complete the requirements and investment needed

Join your batch

Study with your instructor and classmates

Finish the course

Earn a course certificate upon completion

Take the exam

Apply what you’ve learned in the assessment test

Your instructors are TESDA NCII accredited, experienced industry professionals who have been trained in Training Methodology II.

What You'll Learn

Helping individuals who need supportive care

Empathizing with their patients

Patience and understanding when dealing with uncooperative patients

Developing problem-solving skills and flexibility

Decision-making during emergent cases

Monitoring and implementing infection control policies and procedures

Course Overview: TESDA Caregiver Course

3 Modules l 19 lessons l Finish in 786 hours at 4 to 8 hours per day

This blended course goes beyond handling the needs of care. Learn how to provide a more compassionate, considerate, kind, and dedicated level of care to patients.

This 18-hour training teaches trainees to communicate effectively, among other roles and responsibilities, as a team member. As well as compliance with occupational safety and health standards. 

  • Participate in workplace communication
  • Work in a team environment
  • Practice career professionalism
  • Practice occupational health and safety procedures

This 18-hour training contains information on infection control, treating patients in a high-standard manner, and working as a First Aider.

  • Implement and monitor infection control policies and procedures
  • Respond effectively to difficult/challenging behavior
  • Apply basic first aid
  • Maintain high standard of patient services

This 750-hour training includes providing care, helping with daily activities, and maintaining a clean and safe environment for a range of patients. Provide care and support to infants/toddlers

  • Provide care and support to children
  • Foster social, intellectual, creative and emotional development of children
  • Foster the physical development of children
  • Provide care and support to elderly
  • Provide care and support to people with special needs 
  • Maintain healthy and safe environment 
  • Respond to emergency
  • Clean living room, dining room, bedrooms, toilet and bathroom
  • Wash and iron clothes, linen and fabric
  • Prepare hot and cold meals

Who Is This Course For?

As caregiving demand exceeds supply worldwide, Filipino professionals are taking advantage of this great opportunity.  TESDA Caregiving NC II offers training and knowledge on how to work in hospitals, hospices, retirement and nursery care to these individuals:

Male or Female

Aspirants Between 18 and 50 Years Old

A Health Care Provider Such as a Nurse or Nursing Assistant

One who has patience, compassion, attentiveness, dependability, and trustworthiness in caring for elderly and sick individuals.

Requirements to Enroll

Present at least one requirement to proceed. The other requirements can be submitted anytime during the course of the training.

Must be a high school graduate

Two (2) valid IDs

Four (4) 2 x 2 photos

Four (4) 1 x 1 photos

Transcript of Records (TOR) or Form 137

Internet Connection

Desktop or Laptop

You’re one step closer to your TESDA Caregiving Certification

Job Opportunities

Caregiver of an infant or toddler

Caregiver of a child

Caregiver of an elderly

Caregiver of people with special needs

Nursing Assistant


Course Fee


What You'll Also Get

​Printable guides and worksheets

Once a month Ask Me Anything Session with the Instructors

What Past Learners Are Saying

Frequently Asked Questions

This certificate is proof that you’ve taken the course and passed the exams in the Caregiving Level II National Certification.

Trainees for Caregiving must be able to communicate both orally and in writing; physically and mentally fit; able to perform basic mathematical calculations; and show good moral character.

The short term course takes an average of 786 hours (approximately 6 months at 4 hours a day) to complete.

The Caregiver course can be studied in a virtual class or face-to-face with your trainer.

After passing the Caregiver competency assessment exam, you can claim your National Certificate (NC) at the TESDA District or Provincial Office seven (7) working days after applying for the NC.

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With the Caregiving course, Fine Training helps aspiring migrant workers increase their chances of working overseas. Let us assist you in providing them with the training they need to succeed.