Length: 2 years

This intensive program prepares and motivates students for a career as a youth worker serving a wide variety of at-risk youth. The program prepares students to identify and meet the social and emotional needs of young people. They will work with youth at all levels of development and their family, assisting with education and rehabilitation. In their second year of study, students will be trained in life coaching and will mentor a young person in an individual situation.

The workplace practicum is a major component of training for workers with youth in difficulty, providing intensive, supervised practical experience where students can develop the skills they need to assist youth.



CONDITIONS OF ADMISSION

  • High school diploma or the equivalent:
    • Adult high school diploma
    • General Educational Development Test (GED)
  • Submit a clean Police Record Check
For information on our admission procedure, click here (available in French only)

TUITION AND FEES


Year 1

  • Tuition $3,363
  • Laboratory and special certification fees $700
    • Mandt
    • First Aid
    • WHIMIS
    • Insights
  • Student fees $50
  • Total: $4,113

    Other fees:
  • Textbooks $300 to $500
  • Additional fees for international students: $3,250

Year 2
  • Tuition $3,268
  • Student fees $50
  • Graduation fees $50
  • Total: $3,368
    Other fees:
  • Textbooks $300 to $500
  • Additional fees for international students: $3,250

This initiative is funded by Health Canada under the Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities.


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