Program Name/Title: (Diploma)

Personal Support and Child Care Diploma




Delivery Format and Language (Online Courses):

Internship-Placement: Not Req.

  • In Class (Full time)
  • DE (Online)

Language:

English

Online Schedule:
  • 100% self-paced lessons.
  • 24/7 Online Access.
  • The student decides his/her own access time to the program.

All Lectures are recorded. 
Free 24/7 Access to recorded
lectures. Never miss a class.

Program Duration and Fees
Program Options: Full Time

Campus: Vaughan Ontario

Weeks: 42.5 

​Program Duration: 1 Academic Year

Canadian one-year post-secondary diploma

Hours: 850

Tuition**

CAD $6900 - In-Class

​CAD $6400 - Online

Total Fee Can be paid in instalments

Financial Aid

Registration Status: Open
Click here to apply online 

Foreign Nationals AdmissionYes - ISP - International Student Program

Ph. 905-499-3631 EXT 101, 102

Email


(NOC) Codes and related Jobs

*4411 and 4412




Required For Enrollment
High school diploma or equivalent or
Mature Student Status




Credit Transfer

Click Here for the Credit Transfer Policy



*IRCC Options

*Program Assessment:


End of each module/subject online multiple-choice exam and assignments

Pass Mark:

60%


Course Material and Books

Free online access to course notes-material

Books not included in Tuition


**Tuition does not include:

  • Textbooks
  • LOA fee

International Student Fee = CAD $1000-2500


Personal Support Child Care Diploma (Personal Support Worker & Child Care Worker) No IELTS

No Off-Campus Practicum.
Our program does not have off-campus practicum requirements; instead, such activity is assessed via campus practicals/assignments if the delivery method is online.

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This program has been “approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”


Personal Support and Child Care assists with the tasks of daily living, and graduates may work in-home care settings. The job description will always vary, but in general, some of the common duties include "providing personal care and companionship for children, seniors, persons with disabilities, and convalescent clients. Care is provided within the client's residence, in which the home support worker may also reside. Housekeepers perform housekeeping and other home management duties in private households and residential settings".

List of courses in the Personal Support Worker. Online Courses or In-Class.

  1. PSW Foundations
  2. College English
  3. Safety and Mobility
  4. Body Systems
  5. Assisting with Personal Hygiene
  6. Abuse and Neglect
  7. Household Management, Nutrition, and Hydration
  8. Care Planning / Restorative Care / Documentation / Working in the Community
  9. Assisting the Family, Growth, and Development       
  10. Assisting the Dying Person
  11. Assisting with Medications
  12. Cognitive and Mental Health Issues and Brain Injuries
  13. Health Conditions
  14. Canadian System and Work Ethics
  15. Legal Obligations and Duty to Report
  16. First Aid - Emergency Advanced Level Certificate
  17. Hazard and Risk Assessment
  18. Non Violent Crisis Intervention
  19. Incident Management Systems (IMS) - Basic Concepts
  20. Mitigation and Prevention Strategies
  21. Rescue and Recovery
  22. Career Development and Personal Protection

Q- Is our College Diploma Program approved as "post-secondary school education" and acceptable by IRCC and nationally in Canada?
 
A - Yes, all of our diploma programs, either in-person or distance education format, are "Canadian one-year post-secondary" and approved by the Superintendent under section 23 of the Act,, Ontario and as such they meet the IRCC’s or any other agency's criteria for "Canadian one-year post-secondary" programs.

​Q- Is IRCC responsible to approve "Canadian one-year post-secondary" degrees, diploma or certificates?

A- No., the following Government ministries are in charge of post-secondary education by province and territory and are responsible to approve colleges and programs.

Q- Will our college diploma or vocational programs be considered as evidence of "Canadian one-year post-secondary" education for IRCC application in the related category?

A- Yes, since Canadian Career Education College is a Registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005, and a Designated Learning Institution (DLI) and has its programs been approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005 Ontario, all vocational programs meet the criteria of "Canadian one-year post-secondary" education for this purpose.


Q- Distance Learning: If I am a foreign national In Canada and working as a care provider do I need a student permit to study online?

A- No, distance learning can be done through e-learning, correspondence, or internet courses. Distance learning is a process by which technology is used in ways where the student does not have to physically be in the place where the teaching is taking place.

Since by definition distance learning does not require one to be in Canada, a study permit cannot be issued for this type of course.

Q- Do I need an agent to apply for admission to Canadian Career Education College, and does College provide assistance in applying for study visa or permit?

A. No, You do not need any agent to apply for admission to Canadian Career Education College. Admission assessment is 100 percent free and you can get an admission offer in as early as 5 to 7 business days direct from the College.

A- Study Visa support: Yes, College does offer this service to enrolled students during the LOA stage free of cost and via independent licensed legal professionals.

Q - Do I have to pay tuition fees upfront and do I need IELTS for admission?

A. No, tuition fees can be paid in easy monthly instalments and after you arrive in Canada or when you start study.
 
No, ​IELTS is not mandatory for admission to Can-College, there are alternative courses which can be completed in lieu.


Personal Support Worker - PSW

Future Education Options
Continued learning is a good way for Personal Support & Child Care Workers to continue to advance in their field. The main sources of continued learning can be the employer or a training institution. The Canadian Centre for Health and Safety offers continued learning courses that are free of charge. These courses can include topics such as mental health, health and wellness, musculoskeletal disorders, and pandemic planning.

Another option for future education can involve gaining the training needed to become a Registered Nurse. Numerous Canadian Institutions offer PSW to RPN bridging which allows them to upgrade their clinical qualifications to that of a Registered Practicing Nurse, thereby opening further career opportunities and a potential increase in salary.
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Program Details 


List of specific knowledge/skills 

Graduates are required to possess a skill set of abilities that will enable them to perform their job effectively. These abilities include:

  • Overall competency in working under pressure
  • Experience in providing general care and support
  • Knowledge of home care services
  • Proficient in a written communication
  • Proficient in oral communication.


Illustrative Job Examples:

  • Family and/or child caregiver
  • Home support worker
  • Housekeeper
  • Live-in caregiver (eg. for seniors)
  • Personal aide - home support
  • Personal care attendant - home care

































Is it for you?

Starting a new career or changing one is not an easy decision.

For some, it is a lifetime decision and for some life changing

experience.

Those who thrive in this career are the ones who have:

  • Good judgment
  • A keen eye for detail
  • Self-discipline
  • An appreciation of Canada’s rich cultural diversity
  • Enjoyment working in different geographic locations in or outside of Canada.



Foreign Nationals


  • For international visitors or temporary residents in Canada, this program requires a study visa or study permit because it is more than a six-month study period and, as per IRCC regulations/policy, does require a study permit or visa.


  • If you are currently in Canada either visiting or on a temporary resident permit status, or under a bridging open work permit program waiting for a final decision on your PR application, or you have already submitted your PR application and are waiting for a final decision, you may take this course to learn advanced-level skills. Once you have PR status, start your career matching this program without wasting time, be ready to play your part in the Canadian economy. 



Required For Enrollment: All applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent prior to enrolment.

For any questions about eligibility, please call 1- 905-499-3631 Ext 103 or 102 to speak with a knowledgeable Admissions Advisor or send an email.

Paying For College Tuition:


C.C.E.C. is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005
This program has been “approved as a vocational program under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005”