About the courseIf youre fascinated with law and crime and want to help at-risk people and communities, the Community and Justice Services program is for you. Facilitated by the School of Community and Health Studies, Community and Justice Services courses will help you to gain the expert knowledge and practical skills to work in diverse settings that address youth and adult populations that are at risk, currently incarcerated involved with the criminal justice system, or involved in rehabilitation programs.In this diploma program, emphasis will be placed on: Prevention, intervention and rehabilitative strategies Practical communication Treatment approaches Group dynamics Program development and facilitation Case management and security skillsThis program will include more than 400 hours of placement in and around Greater Toronto Area jails, group homes, community centres, courthouses and schools.Please note: This program is taught using a combination of modalities. Courses may be delivered face-to-face, online, or in a blended/hybrid combination of both online and traditional classroom teaching. A minimum grade of C (60 per cent) is required to pass all courses in this program, including GNED, COMM and ENGL.Program Highlights Active participation in the Community and Justice Services program is essential as youll learn counselling, case management, risk assessment, care and control, and crisis and suicide intervention skills. Youll develop a professional portfolio. The third and fourth semesters will include field placements two days a week, with the other three days spent in class. The Community and Justice Services program has forged connections to the field that will provide you with an exceptional field placement learning experience and employment opportunities. Hands-on experience, work with diverse client groups in a variety of settings, and exposure to the criminal justice and community services field will open doors to the employment market.As a Community and Justice S
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AboutCentennial College of Applied Arts and Technology is a diploma- and degree-granting college in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the oldest publicly funded college in Ontario. its campuses are situated on the east side of the city, particularly in Scarborough, with an aerospace centre at Downsview Park in North York.
Centennial College has come a long way since its inception in 1966, blossoming from a local community college into an internationally-recognised institution that welcomes students from all over the globe.
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Progress is home to the Schools of Business and Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. Here you’ll also find Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Engineering Technology programs, as well as many Child Studies and Community Service programs.