Community Service Workers provide many types of assistance to people in the community, from determining eligibility for welfare and health programs and counselling on child care to helping clients with physical and mental problems and those involved in drug and substance abuse.
They help determine and locate appropriate social service agencies such as those providing health care and physical and mental rehabilitation.
- 8-week field placement
- Official CPI: Non-Violent Crisis Intervention® (NVCI) Training
- Community Outreach Activities (seminars, fundraisers and marches)
The Community Services Worker Diploma program will qualify grads to pursue positions such as Case Worker, Child Care Worker, Youth Residential Worker, Placement Administrator, Life Skills Instructor, Financial Literacy Peer Educator, Group Home Worker, Information Counsellor or Community Development Worker.
- Grade 12 or equivalent or mature student status
- Clear conduct certificate
NOC CODE: 4212
Salary information may be found on: workingincanada.gc.ca