Haven't heard back from Trent yet. I think they wait for your Casper test.
I have a few friends in the program so I can share what I know about it. Classes are fairly large but seminars and simulations are in smaller groups. 1st placement is in long term care (psw work), then community, then another placement is either maternity or mental health (you choose; locations can be far, I know a lot of people who went to Oshawa, Lindsay and Coburg for placements). 3rd year level placements are acute and chronic. They are typically in PRHC (Peterborough's hospital). Final placement is 1-on-1 and most people go to their hometowns for this one. The program is structured like a normal undergrad program. It is a really stressful program and a lot of work but people at Trent are know to be very kind and helpful so it won't be hard to find a good study group.
Trent is the most beautiful campus and has access to a lot of support services.