The Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario celebrated its Cornwall Personal Support Worker Program Graduation. The graduation took place on Wednesday, July 4th at Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School in Cornwall. This semester, 20 students graduated from the Cornwall program and completed clinical and co-op experiences in various agencies in the Cornwall area, including working in long-term care facilities and community settings. The PSW program is a five-month, accredited program and runs twice a year beginning in September and February. The school board congratulates all of its graduates.
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