certificate program

Home and Community Support Worker

Learn How to Help Others

Learn how to help elders and others who may need care at home.

How to apply

Your Career Path

Would you like to learn how to help elders and others who may need care at home? Are you looking for a new career within your community? Learn how to work with the Nursing Station and other health workers while providing personal care to people of all ages. The Home and Community Support Worker certificate program is offered in partnership with Confederation College. You’ll learn about home care, caregiver relief, community-based services, and other health care skills to give you a new start – and a new beginning. Oshki-Wenjack ensures the program is culturally appropriate and puts special importance on working in remote communities.

Employment Opportunities:

Upon graduating, students may find employment in the home and community care in a variety of settings. These may include:

• Home care agencies
• Retirement homes
• Assisted living facilities
• Group homes
• Recreation senior programming
• Personal care
• Long-term care (resident support workers)

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  • PN 128 Therapeutic Nurse Client Relationships
  • PW 100 Fundamental Skills for PSW Practice
  • PW 101 Supportive Care Theory I
  • PW 102 Professional Growth
  • PW 130 Anatomy & Physiology

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Oshki Recruitment

Toll Free: 1-866-636-7454
Phone: 807-626-1897
E-mail: recruitment@oshki.ca

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Our Accredited Partners

Canadore CollegeSault CollegeConfederation CollegeLakehead UniversityBrock UniversityNipissing University

Main Campus

Address: 106 Centennial Square,
Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7E 1H3

Toll Free: 1 (866) 63-OSHKI (67454)


Business Mailing Address

Address: 14-656 City Road,
Fort William First Nation, Ontario, P7J 1K3

Phone: (807) 626-1880

Email: info@oshki.ca

Oshki-Wenjack respectfully acknowledges its campus is located on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe peoples of Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850. We also recognize the contributions made to our community by the Métis people. © Copyright 2020 by Oshki-Pimache-O-Win. All Rights Reserved.
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