Developmental Service Worker Apprenticeship
The Developmental Service Worker Apprenticeship Program
is a unique opportunity to get paid while training for a rewarding career
- Helps people with a developmental disability participate in community life.
- Unique opportunity to get paid while training for a rewarding career.
- DSW accomplishes this through: encouraging skill development, fostering connections between individuals, families and community partners.
- There are 3 levels of apprenticeship curriculum to be completed, and this process will take approximately 2.5 to 3 years to complete
- Courses are delivered in school , online, in the community and a combination of all of the above
- For more information about the program please check the Program Description
Where can Developmental Service Workers be Employed?
- Developmental Services Worker Program graduates are skilled facilitators who address a wide range of linguistic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds
- Work in in a wide range of settings; in all areas of life : education, health, work, recreation, relationships, participation in society, and, development and growth
- Accomplished in ways that are sensitive and acceptable to a variety of people. Because of the breadth of the skills required, DSWs recognize the need to collaborate with other professionals to facilitate a seamless network of support for individuals and families who require assistance.