Personal Support Worker (PSW) Pathway Program

Registration for the PSW Pathway Program is now closed. Please check back later for more information and to register for our next Information session.


Fully subsidized Tuition Certificate Program And Paid Clinical Placements!*
  • Do you have a desire to work with the elderly or people with disabilities?
  • Are you interested in supporting people to live independent lives?
  • Have you considered a job in community health or a nursing/retirement home? 

Train to become a Personal Support Worker and be prepared to make a difference!

Personal Support Workers contribute to the quality of life of individuals who live in facilities and at home by promoting their independence; dignity; social, emotional and physical well-being; mobility; personal appearance; comfort and safety.

Provincially recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, this program provides you with the theory and practical training needed to become a Personal Support Worker (PSW).

Program will commence on February 1st, 2023 to June 28th, 2023. This condensed schedule allows you to graduate with a full PSW credential, including paid practical experience, in only five months! *

Admission Requirements

  • Attend one of the free information sessions
  • Proof of Canadian Citizenship or Permanent Resident Status required at the time of registration (Passport/Landed Immigrant Papers/Canadian Citizenship Card/Permanent Resident Card/One piece of picture identification)
  • Provide a current criminal background check with vulnerable sector screening prior to clinical placements in May and June
  • Must be at least 19 years of age or older
  • Satisfactory Assessment Test with a minimum score of 80% to be completed at the information session
  • Medical clearance prior to clinical placements
  • Personal interview prior to selection


Program Information Sessions:

 There are no information Sessions scheduled at this time, please check back soon for more information. 


* - If registered for the February 2023 session.