Health Care Support Worker

Health Care ThumbDo you like to care for others? Do you have an interest in working in the health care field?

In this free, 7-week training course, participants strengthen Essential Skills of working with others, oral communication and document use. Topics include:

  • Duties of a Health Care Support Worker
  • Diseases and Conditions
  • The Human Body
  • WHMIS Overview
  • Health & Safety Awareness
  • Guest speakers
  • Site visits

The training is suitable for a variety of learners including those planning to enter the school environment after a prolonged absence and people changing careers.

In Canada, the population is aging and the need for more support for ailing and disabled individuals is rising. As such, the Health Care Support Worker profession is a growing field of employment.

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The next course starts November 7, 2016. Class runs Monday to Thursday 9am to 12 pm for 7 weeks. For more information or to register, call 613-932-7161.  Space is limited.


A Few Words from our Learners

“I feel more confident heading into the workforce (e.g. my communication skills). It (the course) also renewed my enjoyment of reading and writing and inspired me to look into further education… There is no loss in gaining knowledge. The instructors are very friendly, patient, and the classroom pace is comfortable. The course load is manageable and the information is up to date. Thank you.”
-Claudia Givogue

“The training was an eye opener for me. It gave me the opportunity to learn many things about the people around me; their culture, the law, workplace ethics, hazards and how to prevent them. I also learned a lot from the guest speakers who shared their personal experiences with us. This great experience would not have been possible if I had not participated in the training.”
-Foluwaso Ilori

“I’ve learned a lot in a short period of time. It (the course) has encouraged me to continue my studies in the health care field.”
– Reg Bagshaw

“The training helped me realize I would still like to have a career in the health care field. It is going to help me get a better job, when I return to the workforce. It helped me get back in touch with the community because I am a full-time stay-at-home mom.”
– Ashley Collins