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Campbell River and District Association for Community Living
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Community Living College

Are you interested in working in the field of supporting adults with developmental disability but aren’t sure where to start? If you are looking for a professional career in the growing and respected field of supporting individuals with Developmental Disabilities then Community Living College is the place for you.

Community Living College, under the umbrella of the Campbell River & District Association for Community Living, opened its doors in September 2014 as an option for students looking for exceptional training and certification as Community Support Workers.

Community Living College is registered with the Private Training Institutions Branch, previously known as the Private Career Training Agency of British Columbia (PCTIA) and has the endorsement of Inclusion BC (formerly the BC Association for Community Living).

As a student in the Community Living College, Community Support Worker Program you will receive high quality classroom instruction from our team of expert instructors. You’ll put theory to practice in a variety of practicum settings, including day prgrams and group homes. With the support of Community Living College, you could be working in an exciting, rewarding career in less than 4 months.

We at Community Living College are looking to the future and expanding our programs into the broader field of Developmental Disabilities. Watch this website for the announcement of the Educational Assistant Program.

For more information or to register for the Community Support Worker Program please contact Michelle Albrecht, Senior Educational Administrator at michelle.albrecht@cradacl.bc.ca or Allan McDonald, Instructor at allan.mcdonald@cradacl.bc.ca

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Registration information and documents

Program Admission Requirements:

Prior to commencing practica, students must provide:

  • A clean criminal record check
  • Negative TB test result and immunization records
  • Letter of Health from their physician
  • Food Safe certificate
  • Occupational First Aid with Industry
  • Class 5 Driver's Licence


Private Training Institutions Branch               PTI@gov.bc.ca



We would like to acknowledge the financial support that we receive from our funding partners. Thank you for your ongoing support,

Thank YOU!

The Campbell River and District Association for Community Living acknowledges and thanks the many people, businesses, and organizations who assist us with our various programs.

Friends of CRADACL

Rick Hansen Foundation
Speedy Glass
Children's Health Foundation of Vancouver Island
Campbell River Mirror
Whales Tales
West Jet Airlines
Vancouver Foundation
Thrifty Foods
The Real Canadian Superstore
Lions of BC Hearing Cnsv. Soc.
Starbucks Coffee
Shamrock Farms
Royal Coachman Neighborhood-Pub
Rotary Club International
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Ricky's All Day Grill
Rich's Auto Body
Queen Alexandra Foundation
Quality Foods
Pythian Sisters
Popsey's Restaurant
Pioneer Home Hardware
Ocean Pacific
Merecroft Village Pub - MVP
McDonald's Restaurants
Marine Harvest Canada
Jobs Daughters
Ironwood Place
Insurance Centres
Ladies Aux.#3097
Fraternal Order of Eagles
City of Campbell River
Campbell River Daybreak Rotary
Boston Pizza
Amazing Brace
Altrusa Club


  • Address: 1153 Greenwood Street
    Campbell River, BC
    V9W 3C5
  • Phone: 250.286.0391
  • Fax: 250.286.3732