Paid feeding assistants can be a huge benefit in long-term care facilities to assist residents during meal time. PFA's are trained to work with residents who have no complicated feeding problems with activities of eating and drinking. This course is hugely beneficial for individuals who are assisting in the care of loved ones at home as well.

Details

Classes offered upon demand. Contact our office for more information.

 

Class Location

Great Falls College MSU, Room G117

PFA

Requirements

To be considered for admission into the PFA Training Program, the following required items must be complete and submitted to:

Great Falls College MSU

Continuing Education & Training Office, Rm. G30

2100 16th Ave. S.

Great Falls, MT 59405

(Office Hours: 8:00am to 4:00pm, Mon-Fri)

Email: cet@gfcmsu.edu

1. Application

Download Application

 

 

2. Course Fee: $170

Acceptable forms of payment include credit card, cash, or money order

Fee Includes

    • Book & materials
    • Quality instruction
    • Reinforces work ethic components
    • State required skill check-off
    • Job placement assistance

Individuals completing a healthcare training & continue their education in a degree program at Great Falls College MSU can receive a discount on tuition.


Contact Info:

Tammie Hickey, Director
406.771.5104
tammie.hickey@gfcmsu.edu

Priscilla Azure, Workforce Development & Industry Specialist
406.771.2290
priscilla.azure@gfcmsu.edu 

Pam Buckheit, Community Enrichment Program Coordinator
406.771.4303
pbuckheit@gfcmsu.edu

Joel Sims, Director of Specialty Trades Trainings
406.268.3719
joel.sims@gfcmsu.edu

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