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You will stand out from all the other Personal Support Worker (PSW) graduates with seven additional industry certifications and certificates in your program that employers demand in the workplace.
Be more attractive in the job market when you can save employers hundreds of dollars! The Personal Support Worker program offers a fast-track, hands-on skills training program with 2-3 practicums guaranteed, which can often lead to employment in Ottawa and Arnprior. You can become a qualified Personal Support Worker and enter the in-demand healthcare field in only 30 weeks.
The Personal Support Worker program includes:
This program is an excellent fit for:
*providing you have met all academic and financial obligations four (4) weeks before commencement of the placement
Total Program Length is 30 weeks
30 weeks of theory
Successful graduates of this program may pursue a wide variety of interesting and rewarding professions, including:
Grade 12 (Secondary School Diploma) or GED equivalence
Willis College Entrance Assessment. If you are a Mature Student (over 18 years of age), you can gain admittance by writing an entrance assessment test. Note: students with foreign credentials, regardless of whether their documents have been translated/compared or not, should be tested to establish literacy in the English language.
Are you looking to apply as an International Student?
Able to pass a clear police check including a clear Vulnerable Sector check; a clear medical certificate indicating current immunization and free from communicable diseases; demonstrated fluency in English; completion of a Student Questionnaire to determine suitability for a career as a Personal Support Worker.
“When I first started at Willis I was a shy, self-conscious girl… but Willis changed all that! My time at Willis was knowledgeable, fun and most importantly self-rewarding. The PSW program was amazing. I learned so much. All of the staff is absolutely awesome; they looked at you as a person and not just a number filling up a seat.” Rachel Goyer Personal Support Worker