The human services profession is undergoing changes as rehabilitation efforts shift toward prevention, early intervention and developing healthy children, families and communities. This certificate prepares para-professionals to work in this dynamic field and focus on working with children and youth.
Please see the curriculum content for the most current academic pathway for this program.
As the human services industry moves toward more community-based
services, there will be an increasing demand for trained human services
professionals. Professionals with technical and interpersonal skills
that can address social, emotional and cognitive problems will remain in
demand. Employment in private agencies is expected to grow, as
governments continue to contract out services to the private sector to
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