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Lay the Groundwork for Your Career with Community and Child Studies Foundations If   you’re   new   to   Canada,   it   is   sometimes   difficult   to   find   a   meaningful   career   due   to   the  challenges of the language barrier. However, there are ways to overcome those challenges  and become an important member of Canada’s workforce. That’s where Centennial College’s  Child Studies training program comes in.  Taking   two   semesters   (one   year)   to   complete,   the   undertaking   in   Community   and   Child  Studies   Foundations   acknowledges   and   supports   the   needs   of   ESL   students.   It   is   also  designed   for   adult   learners.   That’s   because   program   faculty   are   experienced,   caring   and  supporting professionals who have an expertise in both Community and Child Studies. Not  only that, but faculty also ensure that they utilize ESL collaborative teaching approaches.  To apply for the undertaking, Centennial College expects students to present at minimum an  Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or be 19 years of age or older. Also  required is the compulsory English 12C or U or skills assessment or equivalent. However,  possession   of   minimum   admission   requirements   does   not   guarantee   admission   to   the  program.   Applicants   should   be   advised   that   the   program   is   only   open   for   admission   to  applicants   who   have   been   advised   and   assisted   to   register   by   the   Centennial   College  Assessment and Advising Centre. Applicants cannot apply directly to for  admission to this program.  Once you have been accepted, the program, which serves as a pathway to further education,   helps students to develop academic and professional skills that will facilitate success in their  program of  choice.  Topics that  are  covered  in   Community  and  Child  Studies  Foundations  include health and first aid, an introduction to psychology, professional practice and ethics,  foundations in community and child studies and others. To check out a full listing of courses in   the Child Studies training program, visit the course outline page.  Also   developed   in   this   program   is   an   understanding   of   personal   and   professional  requirements of the varied careers within the Community Services and Child Studies fields.  This ensures that students are well aware of what is needed to succeed moving forward.  Lastly,   students   will   engage   in   reflective   practice   that   will   help   to   develop   their   skills,  communication   competence   and   much   more.   When   the   program   has   been   completed  successfully, students obtain an Ontario College Certificate and apply to a Centennial College  program of their choice.  With their solid academic foundation from the multidisciplinary Community Services and Child   Studies Foundations program, students will be qualified for a very wide range of programs.  Child studies course is an excellent way to serve the community. These programs include:  Early   Childhood   Education,   Child   and   Youth   Worker,   Developmental   Service   Worker,  Community and Justice Services, Police Foundations, Recreation and Leisure Services and  Social Service Worker. − Author By:  Jason White

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Lay the Groundwork for Your Career with Community and Child Studies Foundations  

The Community and Child Studies Foundation program prepares ESL learners to enter other Centennial College programs within these departments...

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