Graduate Cert. in Inclusive Resource Practice – Child and Family
Humber College’s Inclusive Resource Practice – Child and Family graduate certificate program offers a unique opportunity to pursue an exciting and challenging career.
|Full-time Duration:||2 semesters|
|Tuition Fee:||CAD 8,092 per semester|
|Location:||North Campus (Toronto, Canada)|
This Humber College’s Inclusive Resource Practice – Child and Family graduate certificate program prepares you to collaborate with a diverse community of professionals, individuals and families to navigate a range of services in order to support the inclusion of individuals with diverse abilities.
Through our practical, skill-based curriculum, you will develop many valuable skills including how to:
- Cultivate reflective practice skills to support personal and professional growth
- Apply the principles of person centred practice
- Engage in responsive inclusive planning
- Promote and facilitate responsive relationships
- Navigate systems for continuity of service
- Implement a variety of tools and techniques that support holistic development
- Use conceptual and methodological awareness in practice and research
- Actively engage in knowledge translation with community partners
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Graduates of Humber College’s Inclusive Resource Practice – Child and Family graduate certificate program gain specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities to enter employment ready to collaboratively support adults and children with diverse abilities. They act on an inclusive philosophy, to ensure children and adults with physical, intellectual, social, and emotional challenges benefit from full participation in daily life activities.
Resource professionals build responsive relationships, and work with service partners to navigate systems and seamlessly connect individuals and families to support services. Our graduates work in both community-based and government services agencies in roles such as:
- communicative assistants and consultants
- early childhood resource teachers
- early interventionists
- early years’ specialists
- educational assistants
- home support/respite workers
- infant development workers
- mental health consultants and outreach workers
- resource consultants and support professionals