For over 18 years in service, we continuously educate and train students to help them obtain successful careers as Personal Support Workers (PSW). At the Toronto Health School, you will gain the proper training and critical skills needed to start a rewarding career. We have a dedicated team of staff and instructors ready and willing to assist you from enrolment to graduation.
Our graduates may find employment in the healthcare field. The programs at Toronto Health School are sure to provide you with the training you need so that you can find fulfilling work and an enriched quality of life as a Personal Support Worker.
Toronto Health School is Registered as a private career colleges under the Private Career Colleges Act 2005. A member of the National Association of Career Colleges (NACC) and the Career Colleges of Ontario (CCO), Canada.
Personal Support workers are in higher demand now that the Canada’s healthcare system continuously progressing. Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to offer person-centered care and support clients’ physical, emotional, cognitive, and social well-being in in community health care, long-term care homes, retirement homes, and hospital settings.
Graduates of the Personal Support Worker program are prepared to provide care to clients of any age who have specific health care needs, such as assisting with everyday activities. The students will learn to make a difference in the lives of clients in all health care settings by alleviating loneliness, providing empathy, ensuring comfort, encouraging independence, and promoting self-respect through theory classes and experiential learning opportunities, including simulation and clinical placements.
What can you expect?
The program consists of lectures, skills demonstration, visuals, and student hands-on participation. Students will be provided with the techniques in patient care based on the intensive care principles. These theoretical components will be then applied in the laboratory and in clinical placements in facilities.
Opportunities for Employment
In less than a year, you can start a fulfilling career as a Personal Support Worker (PSW) in community health care, long-term care homes, retirement homes, and hospitals. Once you graduate, you can be confident as the healthcare industry grows and the demand for Certified PSW rises.