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Job wise I'm debating between taking 2 courses Personal Support Worker & Social Service Worker I'm trying to figure out which one is better. Which one makes more ... which one is there more careers in...
1 answers - Asked By: kellysquestforthecure - 12/30/2010
A Personal support worker/ Health care assistant from Victoria BC can apply for continuing care assistant job in Saskatchewan ? Can they too serve the old people in Saskatchewan ? ..In various place...
1 answers - Asked By: keerthy c - 7/12/2012
I am interested in caregiver job for child, elder and person with disability in Canada. I found "personal support worker" looks interesting to me. If there is anybody know about this job, please advis...
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/12/2013
Im am currently taking a PSW course (personal support worker) What I really wanna do is be the one incharged of doing activties,field trips,excersises and that sorta thing does anyone know what type o...
1 answers - Asked By: Krystal B - 3/21/2009
I am planning on going into a bachelor's of science in nursing but not until September 2014. I am looking for some college courses to take in the mean time that will allow me to work part time once I'...
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/14/2013
I live in Ontario, and had a police check done for a job ( I am a Personal support worker) I have never been charged but in 2010 Detectives came to question me about a fraudulent phone line that was h...
1 answers - Asked By: - 6/8/2013
What's it like being a personal support worker? Is it difficult/do you get queasy when batheing people or helping them with toileting? How do you handle it? Thanks!
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/24/2012
As of now i am currently a personal support worker. I do love my job, but i have always wanted to do something more.. I want a job that could possibly make a huge difference in peoples lives. For exam...
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/6/2013
Hi currently I am working as a mental health support worker I would like a job in retail, be it in store or through a grad programme. I have a BA and an MSc in Psychology. Would someone be able to giv...
4 answers - Asked By: - 9/7/2012
I have the choice between : Personal Support Worker Early Childhood Education Education Assistant - Special Needs Support. Is anyone in any of these fields? Are there lots of jobs? How is the ...
1 answers - Asked By: hahahearts - 4/25/2009
I have recently been to a job interview which lasted most of the day. It's a support worker job for challenging learning difficulties. I have just received a letter which says I have conditionally got...
6 answers - Asked By: canterburymale - 3/2/2013
I am a Personal Support Worker. I have not worked in the field for about 2 years now. I want to work in that field again but I don't think I will find a job without recent experience. Any ideas?
1 answers - Asked By: Mama - 5/20/2010
I have a job interview tomorrow for a personal support worker position at a nursing home. I know I should bring an extra copy of my resume and a copy of my references. Should I photo copy anything e...
7 answers - Asked By: •√¡rgő• - 10/23/2007
I'm doing a project we'll job fair questions on the following and want to know the equipment they use throughout the day I searched it up but it doesn't give alot of helpful information.
5 answers - Asked By: DarkTigerLily - 1/6/2009
Hello, I work as a Support worker for individuals with profound learning difficulties. The job is quiet stressful and I wish to reduce my hours as I'm currently working 47 hours a week. I'm curr...
2 answers - Asked By: - 3/20/2013
Hello ! I just emigrated to Canada- Toronto and I am trying to find a reasonable school\college where I can get a PSW Certificate. I need something fast- few month- and not that expensive. I already h...
1 answers - Asked By: denco e - 10/1/2010
Im trying to decide whether to take a personal support worker course or a massage therapy course. I was wondering which make more money? Ideally i would love to open my own spa and wellness centre on...
1 answers - Asked By: - 4/3/2013
1)How do you help autistic person to manage their own behaviours? 2)How do you support service users to become independent as possible? 3)Different between Autistic and other mental health? 4)Wh...
1 answers - Asked By: lew - 12/11/2013
Particularly for seniors...? Richard Head? Why even bothering answering? Perhaps the reason I asked the question in the first place is to get personal opinions for others, I happen to be very educated...
3 answers - Asked By: Sabrina - 12/10/2008
A couple days ago, a person posted on YA that their mental health was DETERIORATING and asked about working as a peer support counselor though the Mental Health Association. She claimed she could no ...
2 answers - Asked By: JMITW - 12/14/2013
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