Vocational Diploma and Certificate Programs
Central Health Institute offers the vocational programs that are listed on Service Ontario's "Find a PCC' link here.
In addition to the student experience enhancement services listed on our About Us page, students can be confident that they are going to be taught in small class sizes by qualified and experienced instructors. This allows each student to receive more personalized training and support to their learning needs, and gives our team ample time to spend with each student to ensure we are working together to accomplish their goals.
We provide various class schedules to accommodate part-time students and students with busy or demanding personal schedules, and our team can review our training options with you to see which program and schedule best fits your need.
All of our programs include school-organized clinical placements designed to give students the opportunity to gain the skills and experience in their program of study before entering the workforce, and we proudly offer free resume and job search assistance services to our graduates to further support their entry into their new careers.
For more information you can click on one of the program links below, or contact our office directly. Our team is always happy and eager to assist you!
Short Course / Non-Vocational Certificate Trainings
Central Health Institute also offers short course, non-vocational certificate trainings to provide additional skills development in specialized areas. These programs include;
~ First Aid/CPR Certificate Training (general program, open to the public)
~ Managing Food Safety Certificate Training (general program, open to the public)
~ Gentle Persuasive Approach in Dementia Care Certificate Training (specialized program, offered to students enrolled in the Personal Support Worker Program only)
Further information on costs and schedules for these trainings can be obtained through our office.