|Sue, President of ProCare|
Sue is the President and Education Director of ProCare Institute. As an R.N., Sue has been involved in the education of Health Care Assistants in Alberta And British Columbia. She was instrumental in setting up a number of health care education programs, including a Care Assistant training course certified through NAIT, Interglobal Health Resources, a program used by NAIT for Metis and First Nations students for health care on reserves, and Omni Centre of Excellence (now Omni College), a health care college in Vancouver. Sue is a hands-on leader, whose philosophy is that everybody deserves an opportunity to further their education, and that ProCare Institute will do what it takes to assist students in becoming successful graduates.
Maureen is the Administrator. She is also the person to talk to regarding tuition matters, payments - in fact, anything financial. Maureen makes sure that everything is in order before a new class begins, and she ensures that student records are in order. Maureen is the liaison between the Administration office and Student Aid, and is the person to contact regarding funding issues.
When you call ProCare, Leanne is usually the first voice you hear. She provides detailed information and explanations regarding the course, funding options and prerequisites, and begins the intake process. Leanne takes care of many administrative duties that do not involve finances. If you have a question or need assistance navigating the application process, she can usually help.