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Ontario PSW Program Applicants Can Now Apply & Get Free Tuition

If you're looking at becoming a frontline worker, Ontario's free tuition PSW program is now accepting applications. 

Twenty-four publicly-assisted colleges across the province are now giving 6,000 students a chance to become personal support workers for free. 

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The accelerated course is expected to take six months to complete, as opposed to the usual eight months. 

The Ontario government states that graduates will be ready to start working by the fall of 2021. 

If you're looking to apply to the program you can do so through the Ontario College Application Service.

You will be able to look through the list of colleges that offer the program and choose the option that best works for you. 

According to Ontario Colleges, entry dates are April 5, May 10 and June 14. 

Algonquin College, one of the spots offering the program, states that all applicants must possess an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, as well as Grade 12 English. 

So make sure that you are eligible before you apply! 

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