The Community Support Worker Program is designed for practicing support workers and those who want to become support workers. Through theory and practicum placements, students enhance their competence in inclusion, human diversity, learning and support strategies, health and wellness, communication, community and relationships, and professional practice and accountability. Students complete two practicum placements in the program. If you are interested in mentoring students as they work towards becoming qualified community support workers, please contact us.

Students are available for practicums or employment throughout the year as we are a part-time online program. Feel free to reach out to us any time you have postings. Please use the links below if you have any questions about the Community Support Worker program.