COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER TRAINING PROGRAMS & COURSES ONTARIO

Take your first step toward a positive career as a community support worker with an AOLCC Community Support Worker Training Program in Ontario.

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What do community support workers do?

As a community support worker, your job will involve working with people from various backgrounds and situations including those with mental or physical disabilities, substance abuse problems, developmental difficulties, vulnerable children or seniors, and more. Offering encouragement to clients while helping them find the resources they need is just one responsibility that you might have in this position.

Explore our Community Support Worker Programs in Ontario

Community Service Worker

Community service workers administer and implement a variety of social assistance programs and community services. They are employed by social service and government agencies, mental health agencies, group homes, shelters, substance abuse centres, school boards, correctional facilities, and other establishments.

Addictions Worker

Graduates of this program are qualified to work in a wide variety of Community Support Worker/Addiction Worker settings and occupations. Job titles vary per location, but graduates are an integral part of many settings.

Who is best suited for a career in community support?

Those looking to use their people skills to give back and help others will find a career as community support worker fulfilling and challenging. A successful candidate will likely exhibit: self-awareness, emotional intelligence, organizational skillfulness, cooperative attitude and should have the ability to work well on teams.

While these are just some of the characteristics that lead to a rewarding career in the community support field, anyone with a passion for social issues will benefit from taking a community support worker course.

What to expect from community support worker courses and training programs

A community support worker course or program will help you learn how to work with individuals and communities to build positive change. You'll be a part of managing social assistance programs while carrying out community services, all in an effort to create brighter futures for those around us!

Careers after completing a community support worker diploma in Ontario

Graduates will be qualified to work in a variety of positions in industries like healthcare, government, educational institutions and more.

Some jobs include: healthcare and social assistance, youth centers, youth protection services, public administration, social advocacy, out-patient care centers, vocational rehabilitation services, education services, and community food and housing organizations.

Expected salary range for careers in community support

Salaries for community support positions vary depending on the role, industry, and job location. Graduates in Ontario can expect to earn between $35,000 to $80,000.

Why choose community support worker courses with AOLCC?

With over 30 diploma and certificate programs available, AOLCC is a great choice for those looking to move to the next level in their careers. Our world-class integrated learning system (ILS) focuses on each student’s learning needs with curriculum that lets you learn at your own pace and set your own schedule.

AOLCC’s Community Support Worker training includes courses in psychology, case management, counseling and business office skills to ensure our graduates are prepared to work in a variety of situations.

Students will receive one-on-one, personalized support from an on-campus learning coach who will support you every step of your journey

Once you’ve graduated, our job placement assistance will help you find opportunities in your chosen career. We work with you to develop job-hunting skills and learn resume-building techniques so you can find the right fit for you.

How can you get started?

Studying with AOLCC can put you on the right track to a new and exciting career in community support. To find out if one of our community support worker training programs is right for you, contact an admissions advisor for a free career consultation.

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