Are you a caring individual who likes to help others?
Would you enjoy working at a career that makes you feel good about yourself at the end of the day?
Is your career goal to work with people in the Health Care Field?
If you’ve answered yes to these questions, this is the right career for you. Personal Support Workers (PSW’s) help people with everyday activities such as grooming, dressing, and other household tasks.
There's a huge shortage of Personal Support Worker in Canada, and you can help fill the demand. Start now by getting the training you need to become a Personal Support Worker. This Program was developed as part of the Ontario government's plan to reform long-term care and support services which are provided to people in long-term care facilities or living at home in the community.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent); or Mature Student (19 years of age or older and out of school for 1 year or more)
Criminal record check;
Pre-admission testing (sentence skills, reading comprehension and a writing sample);
Students will be required to complete Standard First Aid and Basic Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR) certificate; these courses may be taken prior to starting the program or concurrent with the program;
Hepatitis B vaccine.