NACC Personal Support Worker DE 2022

Transform Lives with TAHA College’s Personal Support Worker Program

29 weeks

Are you driven by a desire to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others? TAHA College’s Personal Support Worker (PSW) program offers you the opportunity to embark on a fulfilling career dedicated to providing compassionate care and support to those in need.

A job as a Personal Support Worker (PSW), where you will be an important part of an inter-professional care team, may be appealing to you if you appreciate giving care for others. Your main responsibilities in this position will be to care for people and help them with everyday tasks so they can maintain their independence and self-direction.

Expert Instructors: Learn from experienced professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge and practical insights to the classroom. Benefit from their real-world expertise and guidance.

Our program emphasizes practical, hands-on learning through interactive workshops, clinical placements, and real-world scenarios. Be prepared to deliver exceptional care from day one.

Whether you’re starting your career or seeking to advance your skills, our PSW program provides the training necessary to excel in various healthcare settings, opening doors to numerous career opportunities.

At TAHA College, your success is our priority. Receive personalized support, mentorship, and a collaborative learning atmosphere throughout your educational journey.

Comprehensive Curriculum: Gain in-depth knowledge in key areas such as personal care, health and wellness, infection control, and communication skills. Our curriculum is designed to create well-rounded and proficient support workers.

Clinical Placements: Acquire valuable hands-on experience through clinical placements, where you will apply your skills in real healthcare environments under professional supervision.

Networking Opportunities: Build connections with industry professionals, alumni, and peers, creating a strong network that will support your career growth.
Flexible Learning Options: Our program offers flexible learning schedules to accommodate your lifestyle, ensuring you can balance your studies with other commitments.

  • An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent; or be at least 18 years of age or older and pass an entry test.
  • English proficiency requirement for international students.
  • Medical Certificate
  • Vulnerable Sector Screening Police Reference Check
  • Standard First Aid & CPR Level C Certification
  • Achieve a minimum mark of 70% on all assignments, performance demonstrations and tests.
  • Achieve a satisfactory rating in all abilities listed in the Skills Passbook. (Clinical Skills Rating)
  • Maintain current Police Clearance, Medical Certificate of Fitness and Immunization Status and Standard First Aid and CPR (Level C) Certification.
  • Have fulfilled all of the practicum (clinical placement) hour requirements.
  • Pass the PSW Final Examination administered by the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC).

Source: jobbank.gc.ca (NOC 6562)

The information provided is sourced from the Government of Canada’s Job Bank, ensuring accuracy and relevance to the current job market trends for Aestheticians, Electrologists, and Related Occupations in Ontario under the National Occupational Classification code 6562.