Health care trends continue to move toward more effective forms of home-based care for the elderly, as well as those facing post-surgery and illness recovery. As a result, the demand for personal support workers continues to grow.This 29-Week program includes 310 hours of placement, where graduates are trained to excel in today’s challenging health care sector, within a community or an institutional setting, leading to jobs in hospitals, educational facilities, long-term care facilities, home-care, and adult day programs.”

Upon successful completion of the program students write a comprehensive final exam set out by the National Association of Career Colleges(NACC).


Personal Support Worker Courses:

Personal Support Worker Foundations Safety and Mobility
Body Systems Assisting with Personal Hygiene
Abuse and Neglect Household Management, Nutrition, and Hydration
First Aid/CPR Assisting the Family, Growth, and Development
Assisting the Dying Person Cognitive & Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
Health Conditions Academic and Professional Success Strategies/AODA & OH&S
Intro to Computers and Google Apps Personal Support Worker Skills Application
NACC Final Examination Care Planning, Restorative Care, & Documentation
Assisting With Medications Clinical Placement (Community & Facility)
Gentle Persuasive Approaches (GPA®) in Dementia Care