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Special Topics

In addition to recurring sessions and courses, the Access Centre periodically hosts sessions about other topics, such as educational programs, assessment processes, and important changes relevant to internationally educated health professionals. As sessions are scheduled, they will be posted below.

International Nursing – Personal Support Worker Grandfathering Program - October 24

HealthForceOntario Marketing and Recruitment Agency and the Ontario Personal Support Workers Association are pleased offer an information session about the formation of the International Nursing – Personal Support Worker Grandfathering Program. The session will explain how the program works and eligibility requirements, and provide an opportunity to ask questions.

Why is this program needed?

The current need for Personal Support Workers in Ontario has never been greater and the supply has never been lower. Across Ontario families and communities are in increasing need of health care supports and this demand has simply outgrown the supply

Who is eligible to apply?

Internationally educated nurses who:

  • were previously licensed to practice nursing outside of Canada;
  • have no criminal history; and
  • want to make meaningful social contribution to their communities by working as a Personal Support Worker.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • If you are not already a client of the Access Centre, please register online.
International Nursing – Personal Support Worker Grandfathering Program
Toronto October 24, 2019 10:00am - 12:30pm HealthForceOntario Marketing and Recruitment Agency
163 Queen Street East, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5A 1S1

How to Register:

Send an email to infosession@healthforceontario.ca. Please provide in your email:

  • Your name and contact information; and
  • The name and date of the session you would like to attend.

You will receive a confirmation email once you are signed up any sessions.

Space is limited!


Additional Resources:

Visit our Resources for Internationally Educated Health Professionals in Ontario page for other resources that you might find helpful.