The home carer helps people, who are in need of care, with housekeeping activities as well as with activities of the daily life. To become a home carer, 200 theoretical training units, 200 hours of practical training and a final examination are necessary.
- Nationality of an EU member state, an EEA contracting party or the Swiss Confederation
- Citizenship of a non-EU country that is treated equally in terms of the recognition of professional qualifications under European Union law or under a State Treaty
- Proof of competence or training equivalent to Article 13 (1), (2) or (3) of Directive 2005/36 / EC on the recognition of professional qualifications
- Training certificates and annual certificates
- Syllabus and internship confirmations
- Certificate entitling to practice in the state in which it has been acquired
- Certificate of any relevant professional experience
- proof of domicile (registration form)
- if the name has changes, proof (marriage certificate, divorce certificate, etc.) Medical confirmation of the required medical suitability (not older than 3 months)
- Criminal record certificate (not older than 3 months)
- Proof of nationality (passport or identity card)
- Curriculum vitae
for application: € 47.30
for attachments: € 3,90 (per sheet)
certificate of recognition: € 83,60
administrative fee: € 9,50
Certificates that are not written in German must be submitted in a certified translation.
Office of the Lower Austrian Government; Abteilung Sanitäts- und Krankenanstaltenrecht
December 3rd, 2020
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