Careers - January 2022
Personal support workers contribute to the quality of life of individuals by promoting their independence and dignity; social, emotional and physical needs; mobility; personal appearance; comfort and safety. Graduates understand the roles, responsibilities and limitations of the personal support worker and work as a member of the health-care team, communicating effectively, and observing and reporting changes in clients' conditions. Graduates meeting the academic requirements may pursue admission to Conestoga's part-time PSW to Practical Nursing Bridge program https://continuing-education.conestogac.on.ca/programs/personal-support-worker-to-practical-nurse-bridge
On average, 96% of graduates from the last three years (2017 to 2019) found employment within six months of graduation.