Do you want to play a key role in patient-care delivery or provide care to the injured or sick? Are you a qualified international student who wants to explore mental health training or the role of a palliative care provider, focus on critically ill patients or enhance your foundational knowledge of caring for older adults?

Whether you want to assist patients with physical and psychosocial challenges during all stages of life or provide valued and necessary care to patients as part of an allied health-care team, the Niagara College (NC) School of Nursing and Personal Support Work, located at the Welland campus, prepares students for rewarding careers in several health-care disciplines.

Courses are taught by supportive faculty with significant expertise in their respective fields with a strong emphasis on providing students with access to hands-on learning experiences via NC’s state-of-the-art lab facilities as well as field placements and practicums. Students can also earn additional certifications along with their credential; access unique bridging opportunities; have the option to apply for professional certifications post-graduation; and enjoy a unique interprofessional educational experience that focuses on integrating several health-care professionals into a single team to provide the best possible patient care.