SEHC – Southern Ontario PSW Certificate Program – April 2024 Intake

Applications are now being accepted!Personal Support Worker Certificate Program

Applications Are Now Being Accepted for the April 2024 Intake

PSW Blended Delivery Offering
 Blended Delivery Offering Through our SE Career College of Health, SE Health is pleased to announce that we will offer an intake of the Personal Support Worker (PSW) Certificate Blended Delivery (BD) Program in Southern Ontario. Our career college is a regulated not-for-profit college exclusively focused on health education. This program has been developed to support students who wish to minimize the time required to leave the community and family to complete PSW training.

A blended delivery format allows students in the PSW BD program to learn through in-person sessions, independent learning modules at home, and weekly, instructor-led, virtual gatherings through Zoom.  Students will be well prepared to use these virtual technologies after the first in-person session of the program.

The Blended Delivery PSW Certificate program will be delivered over 34 weeks, with two in-person sessions of 2 weeks each, a 2-week daily virtual gathering session, a 3-week long-term care (LTC) practicum (LTC Practicum locations TBD), and community practicum hours (in the student’s home community).

Graduates will receive an SE Health Career College Certificate upon completing the program. They will be prepared to work in various practice settings, including home support, assisted living, residential/complex care, special care units, other home and community care settings, and acute care.

Program Dates

Course length: April 15, 2024 to December 6, 2024
1st In-person Program Start: April 15, 2024 to April 26, 2024
2nd In-person: June 3, 2024 to June 14, 2024
Daily Virtual Learning: August 19, 2024 to August 29, 2024
Community Practicum: Once weekly starting July 5, 2024 – September 27, 2024
LTC Practicum placements: November 11, 2024 – November 29, 2024
Program Location for In-Person Sessions: Woodstock, Ontario

Tuition and Travel Costs

First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FNIHB) Home and Community Care Program (HCCP) provides program tuition and student travel costs.

Students will be required to travel for seven weeks for the 34-week program. The timelines are:2 weeks at the start of the program (In-person #1)2 weeks in the middle of the program (In-person #2)3 weeks for the LTC Practicum Student Selection

Students for the April 2024 intake will be selected for the program utilizing a formal application process. Student selection will be based on the application information and evidence of community support.

Please Click here for the course information.

Click here to review the admission criteria for the program and the listing of required documents. 

*Please note: All required documentation must be submitted by the application deadline for your application to be considered. The required documents may take 2-8 weeks to process.

Application Deadline: February 26, 2024

Application Submission Instructions

Submit the completed: Application Form. Click here for the PSW Certification Program – Blended Delivery Application Form. Immunization and Physical Fitness Form. Click here for the Immunization and Physical Fitness Form. Required Documents (Refer to the Admission Criteria and Required Documentation linked above.)Please do not fill out the forms in Adobe Acrobat. Please download them, fill them out, then submit all documents by e-mail or confidential fax by the application deadline to:

Candice Sanderson
Education Liaison
SE First Nations, Inuit and Métis Program
T: 431.338.5936
Fax: 1-844-883-2091