Vocational Diploma and Certificate Programs
Central Health Institute offers the programs that are listed on Service Ontario's "Find a PCC' link here.
We offer smaller classroom settings that allow our experienced instructors to give more personal attention during training to each student. Our programs also include school-organized clinical placements, giving each student an opportunity to gain needed experience and role-related skills 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.
Various class schedules are available to accomodate part-time students and students with demanding personal schedules. For more information you can click on one of the program links below, or contact our office directly. Our team is always happy to assist you!
Grade 12 or Equivalent or
Mature Student Status (Successful completion of approved exam) and
Successfully pass any required additional pre-entrance examinations
Completed Physician Note (appropriate form provided by school)
Completed Police Check (appropriate form provided by school)
Successful completion of First Aid/CPR (included in training program)
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. In addition to offering First Aid/CPR Training and National Food Safety Certificate Training to any one interested, we also provide Gentle Persuasive Approaches in Dementia Care training (GPA) and CPI's Non-Violent Crisis Intervention training (CPI's NVCI) to students within our Personal Support Worker Program. Further information on costs and schedules for these trainings can be obtained through our office.
For more information please contact our Admissions Office:
You can also request more information with this form: