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1 year

The Resident Care Worker program prepares students to acquire the knowledge and master the techniques needed to provide long-term healthcare services in a facility, at home or in an acute care environment.

Resident Care Workers provide, with compassion and respect for human dignity, high-quality care that safely meets the needs of clients and their families.



  • High school diploma or the equivalent:
    • Adult high school diploma
    • General Educational Development Test (GED)
  • Submit a clean police record check
  • Submit evidence of a medical exam and immunization before the start of training
  • Immunization for hepatitis B and tuberculosis
For information on our admission procedure, click here (available in French only)


  • Tuition $4,592
  • Laboratory and special certification fees $800
    • TLR
    • Colonne en forme
    • First Aid
    • WHIMIS
    • Palliative Care
    • ASIST
    • Insights
  • Student fees $50
  • Graduation fees $50
  • Health and dental plan $410
  • Total: $5,902

Other fees:

  • Textbooks $300 to $500
  • Immunizations and uniforms : Students are responsible for the cost of immunizations and the purchase of uniforms
  • Additional fees for international students: $3,250

This initiative is funded by Health Canada under the Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities.