Caregiving (NC II)

consists of competencies that a person must achieve to provide care and support to infants/toddlers, the elderly, patients with disabilities and special needs, as well as end of life care. The program provides an understanding of the different behaviors, disease process and other essential needs of patients.


The Caregiving NC II is a short TESDA course in the Philippines that will train you in providing care for infants, young children, senior citizens, and people with special needs. This includes helping them with basic tasks such as eating, taking a bath, or changing their clothes; keeping their living spaces safe and clean; and responding to emergency situations.


  • Caregiver for infants
  • Caregiver for young children
  • Caregiver for people with special needs
  • Caregiver for the elderly


  • Foster the physical, social, intellectual, creative, and emotional development of children
  • Respond to difficult/challenging behavior
  • Maintain high standard of patient services
  • Implement and monitor infection control policies and procedures