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Addiction Community Support Worker Diploma

Approved By PTIB

Brief Program Description This diploma program focuses on preparing you to be an effective social services practitioner by acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values needed to provide support to individuals, families, groups, and communities in need and who are seeking support from a variety of available assistance programs and services. This program is intended for people who are looking for a career in community social services. 
NOC Code4212Addictions Community Support Worker Diploma program 
Career Opportunities Upon completion of the program, graduates can work in the below occupations list: Addictions Support Worker,Addictions Treatment Worker,Youth Support Worker,Child/Youth Care Worker,Child & Youth Residential Facilities & Services,Parenting Support Worker,Women’s Shelter Worker,Outreach Agency Worker
Admission Requirements  High school diploma or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older). Criminal record check. Immunization report. Sobriety Declaration. Any Of the following test is accepted for Domestic Students, however International Students have to Submit either IELTS or Canadian Language Benchmark test with the minimum score given below: Canadian academic language assessment with minimum score of 60, online or test center. TOEFL iBT test with minimum overall score of 86, minimum component score of 20 each at least in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. PTE minimum score 58 IELTS at least 6 band in each module or Canadian Language Benchmark Test level 7.     Program Duration900hours 11.5 months 46 weeks 
Learning Objectives/Outcomes The Addiction Community Support Worker program prepares graduates for employment positions with social service agencies and organizations, residential programs, homes group, shelters and housing services, community health centers, and family service organizations throughout the private and public sectors, or they may be self-employed.  Students will have an understanding of: Student will be able to accurately assess the client’s needs and provide the most appropriate referral in an ethical manner. Recognizes potential emergency situations, analyzes situations accurately, develops strategies to deal with such situations. Students will get an overview of drugs and will get knowledge about drug community resources and agency network of services. They will learn the impact of drug.  They will be able to describe addiction and recovery processes and recognize stages of change. Students will be familiar with resources available under the broad umbrella of the Canadian health care system and students will gain knowledge about resources such as NGO’S, Community support services, Harm reduction site, OPS-overdose prevention sites) in the community which are providing help to community. You will be able to describe current models of addiction and treatment including pharmacological concepts and terminology. Students will also get basic CPR & FIRST AID training as a part of the program. Student will learn about key prevention strategies, assessment and screening tools, intervention and relapse plans, and withdrawal and detoxification management and safety issues. Students will learn to analyze the mental health condition. Students will be able to recognize at-risk behaviors across a variety of groups. They will learn how to analyze the reason of different mental disorders and how to respond to different health conditions and mental disorders. 
Student Progress/ Assessment Methods A final grade of 60% is required to pass each course unless otherwise indicated on a course outline. Generally, course assessment consists of quizzes, exams, and project-based assignments. Students will be required to complete 100hrs. of work experience. To qualify for work experience, students are required to maintain a minimum C grade average or higher and a minimum attendance of 85%. 
Attendance Expectations 85% of classes must be attended to achieve competency for this qualification 
Graduation Requirements Minimum C grade average is required for graduation  

Tuition & Fees

Domestic Students                                                  International Students
Tuition: $8,900                                                                Tuition: $12,300
Application Fee: $250                                                     Application Fee: $295
Text Books: $1,660                                                          Text Books: $1,660

                                                                                        Assessment Fee: $150

Program Organization: 

Course No.Course Name Hours 
SFCS100 Strategies for College Success 20 
ACSW100 Addictions Fundamentals 40 
ACSW200 Social Service Work Fundamentals 20 
PYSC100 Psychology Fundamentals 60 
SOCI100 Sociology Fundamentals 20 
PYSC110 Ethics Fundamentals 40 
PHRM100 Pharmacology Fundamentals 80 
ACSW300 Self-Care Techniques 20 
ACSW400 Resources and Networking 20 
PSYC130 Interview and Intake Procedures 60 
COMC150 Professional Report Writing 40 
ACSW500 Family Studies 40 
PSYC140 Mental Health Fundamentals 80 
PSYC150 Behavior Analysis Techniques 40 
ACSW600 Relapse Prevention 40 
PSYC160 High Risk Populations 20 
ACSW700 Child and Youth Populations 40 
SSPR100 Work Experience 100 
EMPL111 Career Employment & Strategies 40 
CARE500 Special Certificates  * 8 hr/days* 80 
Program Total 46 weeks 900 hrs. 


Accounting or accountancy is the measurement, processing, and communication of financial information about economic.

If you’re an educational professional who are looking to progress into management and consultancy, or an educational planning or development role, this is the best degree for you.

Accounting can be divided into several fields including financial accounting, management accounting, external auditing, tax accounting and cost accounting. Accounting information systems are designed to support accounting functions and related activities. Financial accounting focuses on the reporting of an organization’s financial information, including the preparation of financial statements, to the external users of the information, such as investors.

  • Accounting majors take a full year of accounting: Principles of Accounting I and II, during your the year.
  • As Juniors, you will enroll in interm. Accounting I and II, it will you a comprehensive understanding of accounting practice, thoery and financial report.
  • Senior year will give you a great opportunity to specialize in an area of interest by pairing Accounting Topics with electives of your choosing.
  • We will assist students in preparing for the Certified Public Accounting Exam through our self study programs.

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