Comments about Certificate In Community Service - At the institution - Montreal - Québec
The aim of the Certificate in Community Service is to provide basic knowledge and skills through theoretical and practical work for those desiring effective change in special needs groups, organizations, and communities.
The programme is designed for those, although qualified in their own profession, who wish to obtain additional training and practice in their chosen field.
Certificate In Community Service
This certificate can be completed with an emphasis in one of the following: Community Intervention, Health Promotion, Organizational Leadership.
Note: Interpersonal Communication and Relationships (AHSC 230), Working in Task Groups (AHSC 232), and Introduction to Intervention in Human Systems (AHSC 270) are prerequisite courses for this Certificate.
* 15 required credits in Applied Human Sciences: Interviewing; Program Planning, Design and Evaluation; Principles and Practices of Human Systems Intervention; and Leadership in Small Groups
* 6 credits in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Organization Development I & II or Community Development I & II; or Health Promotion
* 9 elective credits in Applied Human Sciences chosen from Life Span Growth and Development for Practitioners; Self-Managed Learning; Respecting Diversity in Human Relations; Adolescence: Issues and Intervention; Adulthood: Patterns and Transitions; Older Adulthood: Issues and Intervention; Leisure and the Environment; Power and Conflict Resolution in Human Systems; Community Recreation Planning; Organizational Leadership: A Human Systems Approach; Youth and Leisure; The Older Adult and Leisure.