Whether you are looking to deepen your expertise or want to get started in the field, our Community Services Work Diploma program will help prepare you for an inspiring career in providing case management, assessment, programming, and physical, emotional and behavioural support for vulnerable populations including persons with developmental disabilities, children and young adults with complex special needs, and elders.
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Students enrolled in this program may qualify for financial assistance through the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP), Second Career, or selected social assistance programs.
Potential careers include Addictions Worker, Client Service Worker, Community Development Worker, Community Service Worker, Distress or Relief Centre Counsellor, Employment Counsellor, Group Home Worker, Intake Counsellor, Mental Health Worker, Outreach Worker, Settlement Counsellor, Support Worker, and more.
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Please note that some career and education options may require advanced degrees, further training or experience.
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