The 375-hour Aboriginal Community Support Worker Certificate prepares learners to support and assist Aboriginal Individuals and families, both on- and off-reserve, to enhance their quality of life. In addition to covering the core training required by all community workers, this program enables learners to develop knowledge and direct employment-related skills required to work with the unique needs of Aboriginal people and communities.
This program emphasizes a person/family-centred and holistic approach to community support work and includes a 70-hour practicum at approved organizations. Graduates are prepared to work in entry-level positions under direction and supervision, and practice professionally as part of a support team in community-based organizations that work with Aboriginal persons.
Next intake: Kelowna Fall 2020. Applications will be accepted starting Oct. 1, 2019
This program is student loan eligible.
Okanagan College Calendar: Printed 10/21/2019