Sprott Shaw College’s Community Support Worker Social Services diploma program focuses on skills needed to implement social assistance and community services to vulnerable members of the community. Courses in counseling techniques, intimate partner violence, addictions and mental health are combined with two field-related practicums that put your skills into practice. You will be prepared to explore opportunities in a range of workplace settings, such as women’s shelters, government agencies, group homes, family services, charitable organizations and correctional facilities.

Key program highlights

  • Advocate for and assist people in the community, including pregnant teens, homeless persons, special needs children and more.
  • Learn to interview clients to establish case histories, get background information and prepare intake reports to better refer clients to the services they require.
  • Participate in two immersive work practicums to apply your skills and gain insight and experience to pursue your career path with confidence.

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