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The healthcare industry is in a state of change, and we want to provide students with the knowledge they need for a lasting career in healthcare. Education is at the heart of SE Career College, and our blog can help keep you informed as you explore your career options, learn the latest news in the industry, and stay updated on the changes you may see in the healthcare profession.

4 Common First-Aid Situations that You Can Manage with First Aid Certification

4 Common First-Aid Situations that You Can Manage with First Aid Certification

From cuts and scrapes to sunburns and splinters, minor accidents and injuries are often unavoidable. This doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t be prepared in case they do occur. The ability to assist a person who’s become injured is an important part of first aid, but in order…

How to Work Within the ‘Circle of Care’ during Personal Support Worker College

How to Work Within the ‘Circle of Care’ during Personal Support Worker College

From the family doctor to medical consultants, nurses, and personal support workers (PSWs), providing the public with healthcare services is typically a team effort, which is why many healthcare providers often work within an area known as the ‘Circle of Care’. The Circle of Care is a client-centred…

Learn English & Start Your Career: 5 Ways You Can Benefit from a Dual ESL and Health Care Assistant Program

Learn English & Start Your Career: 5 Ways You Can Benefit from a Dual ESL and Health Care Assistant Program

Being a Health Care Assistant (HCA) is a great job for people who have a positive attitude and enjoy taking care of others. HCAs work in places like residential care facilities and private homes, providing care and support to elderly clients, as well as clients with various other…

New to Ontario and Considering PSW College? 4 Facts about the Local Health Integration Networks

New to Ontario and Considering PSW College? 4 Facts about the Local Health Integration Networks

Across Canada, provinces have different systems in place to facilitate health services for the public. This is known as regionalization and aims to support each province’s needs and demands for quality healthcare in localized departments. In Ontario, there are 14 Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs) that help administer…