What Does This Program Offer?
The Personal Support Worker Program gives students the skills they need to work in this high-demand, high-paying career. Students learn how to care for people who have many different health issues and needs. After finishing this 10 month program, students will be able to work in a variety of settings, such as long-term care homes, hospitals and retirement homes, or supportive living and homecare environments. The program is provincially accredited and taught by health care professionals.
Do I need to attend an information session?
What is a Personal Support Worker (PSW)?
How can I get a copy of my transcript asap?