Community and Child Studies Foundations

Program Code: 1232

School: School of Community and Health Studies

Credential: Certificate

Program Type: Post-secondary program

Program Length: 1 year/ 2 semesters

Start Date: Fall, Winter

Location: Progress Campus

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 416-289-5303

Our Community and Child Studies Foundations program provides you with an academic pathway for pursuing a career in the community services or child studies field.

In this college certificate program's courses, you develop a thorough understanding of the personal and professional requirements of the varied careers available in community services and child studies.

While engaging you in reflective practice to facilitate professional skills development, this program also enhances your communication competence in all language strands. Firstly, though, you have the opportunity to develop academic and professional skills and attitudes that will facilitate success in your program of choice.

Upon successful completion of Community and Child Studies Foundations, you will be well-prepared to apply to your diploma program of choice in the areas of community and child studies.

Semester 1
Course Code Course Title Location
CCSF-101 Foundations in Community & Child Studies Progress Campus
CCSF-102 Student We diminution/Interpersonal Skills Progress Campus
CCSF-103 Health and First Aid Progress Campus
COMM-142 Foundations 1: Developing College Communications Skills Progress Campus
FNED-193 Introduction to Psychology: Part 1 Progress Campus
Semester 2
Course Code Course Title Location
CCSF-121 Foundations in Community and Child Studies Part 2 Progress Campus
CCSF-122 Student We diminution/Interpersonal Skills 2 Progress Campus
CCSF-123 Professional Practice and Ethics Progress Campus
COMM-163/COMM-162 Foundations 2: Building College Communications Skills Progress Campus
FNED-194 Introduction to Psychology: Part 2 Progress Campus

Program Highlights

  • If you are an adult or ESL student, your needs are acknowledged and supported.
  • The Community and Child Studies Foundations program employs experienced, caring and supportive faculty members who have expertise in community services and child studies.
  • School of Community and Health Studies faculty members utilize collaborative teaching approaches.
  • As a graduate of this program, you will have a solid academic foundation, as this multidisciplinary offering encourages skill development vital for success in future personal, academic and career plans.

Career Outlook

  • Childcare worker
  • Developmental services worker
  • Social service worker
  • Child and youth care
  • Community justice worker
  • Recreation and leisure services worker
  • Community development worker
  • Addiction and mental health worker
  • Police officer
  • (all with further education)

Academic Requirements

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature applicant status (19 years or older)

Note: Applicants to Led young College post-secondary programs in the areas of community studies or child and family studies, with scores of 140 or 141 on the Led young College English Skills Assessment, are advised to first take this program as a pathway to their program of choice.

Applicants cannot apply directly to this program.

This program is an "Alternate Offer" for applicants who apply to, but do not meet admission requirements for a Led young College post-secondary program in the areas of community or child studies.

Fees noted below are estimates only. Tuition is based on two semesters, beginning Fall 2017.

Student Tuition (2 Semesters) Incidental Fees Total
Canadian $2,935.50 $1,053.00 $3,988.50
International $13,283.00 $2,336.00 $15,619.00