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Our Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs offer in-depth learning experiences, focusing on the developmental stages of childhood: infants, toddlers, preschoolers.

Our Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs offer in-depth learning experiences, focusing on the developmental stages of childhood: infants, toddlers, preschoolers.

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    • r e g i s t e r o n l i n e • b y p h o n e 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 3 0 0 ( T o l l F r e e 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 8 - 4 4 1 9 ) • f a x 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 2 7 9 • i n p e r s o n ( s e e i n s i d e f r o n t c o v e r f o r d e ta i l s )ChildStudies416-289-5207•centennialcollege.ca/ce34Child Studies416-289-5207, centennialcollege.ca/eceWe offer the following programs:DIPLOMAS• Early Childhood Education• Child and Youth WorkerCERTIFICATE (Post-Diploma)• Early Childhood AdministrationCertificates OF ACHIEVEMENT• Early Childhood Education Assistant• Early Childhood Resource ConsultantOur Partner• Association of Early Childhood EducatorsEarly Childhood EducationOur Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs offer in-depth learningexperiences, focusing on the developmental stages of childhood: infants, toddlers,preschoolers, and young school-age children.Varied in-class activities andhands-on, practical experiences enable you to create nurturing environments forchildren.These courses will prepare you to work professionally in a variety ofcommunity child care settings. All students entering the ECE program must first take an English assessment.Please call 416-289-5300 or visit centennialcollege.ca/assessment for informationand to book your assessment online.You must be at an ENGL-160 or ENGL-161level to be a successful applicant to this program. Due to the nature of ECE programs, students must provide a recent criminalreference check prior to each field practicum and required courses.A criminalrecord or charges pending before the courts in regard to crimes against vulnerablepopulations may determine eligibility for courses and completion of the program.Please note:These programs require assignments and practicums, in full-time weekday childcaresettings. If you are a returning student who has not taken courses during the past three years,please contact the program supervisor for assistance regarding re-entry,cgoodman@my.centennialcollege.ca, 416-289-5000, ext. 4202.Learning PartnerAssociation of Early Childhood EducatorsIf you are a trained professional with a degree or a diploma course that includesfocus on young children you may be eligible for the Letter of Equivalency asgranted by the Association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario (AECEO). For more information, please contact the AECEO at 416-487-3157, e-mail registrar@bellnet.caor visit their website at www.cfc-efc.ca/aeceo.Certificate of Achievement InEarly Childhood Education Assistant –PROGRAM CODE 7011To be a qualified assistant in a child care setting, you must complete FoundationStudies and either Infant Toddler Unit or Preschool Unit, as well as one practicum.Diploma InEarly Childhood Education – PROGRAM CODE 7010Upon successful completion of the four units outlined below, you will receive anEarly Childhood Education Diploma and will be recognized in the field as a fully-qualified Early Childhood Educator.1. Foundation studiesReading and Writing Prose* ENGL-170 Tools for Lifelong Learning ECEP-120 Principles of Human Behaviour GNED-129 Observing Child Development ECEP-117 Focus on the Program ECEP-118 The Early Childhood Educator and the Community (equivalent to ECEP-119) Health & Wellness ECEP-121 Completion of all the Foundation Studies courses are required before proceeding to Infant Toddler Unit2.Infant Toddler UnitInfant and Toddler Development ECEP-122 Understanding Families ECEP-124 Professionalism ECEP-126 Responsive Caregiving ECEP-125 Guiding Young Children ECEP-123 Field Practicum – Infants and Toddlers CECS-105 (equivalent to ECEP-127) Approaches to Literature* GNED-101 3. preschool unitPreschool and School-Age Development ECEP-210 Developing Partnerships ECEP-214 Positive Guidance Strategies ECEP-211 Preschool Curriculum ECEP-212 Health and Wellness-Preschool, School Age ECEP-213 Field Practicum Preschool CECS-106 (Equivalent to ECEP-216) General Education* ELECT 4. exploring careersPerspective in Family Violence ECEP-215 Preschool and School Age Curriculum ECEP-221 Inclusion of Children with Special Needs ECEP-220 Advocacy ECEP-222 Professional Development ECEP-223 Final Practicum CECS-107 (Equivalent to ECEP-226) General Education* ELECT * General Education electives may be taken at any time.All students must register for anEnglish assessment.You may apply for the Certificate of Achievement with ENGL-170/171 only;GNED-101 is required for the Diploma. Electives are not required for the Certificate.Notes:1. Students must complete all courses including practicum in each unit before proceeding to thenext unit.Any exceptions must be arranged with the program supervisor’s approval.2. A minimum C grade is required in ECE-specific courses.ECE Information SessionsOur Early Childhood Education (ECE) faculty will meet with you todiscuss courses, transfer credits and financial aid and help you plan yourprogram.You will have qualifications and documents examined andrecommendations made regarding transfer credits. There is no cost and no appointment is necessary. Representatives willprovide the room number upon arrival. Each session runs approximately two hours.• Thurs.,Aug. 23, 2007, 7 pm,Ashtonbee• Thurs.,Aug. 30, 2007, 6-8 pm, Progress (also college CE info night)• Mon., Dec. 3, 2007, 7 pm,Ashtonbee• Thurs., Jan. 3, 2008, 6-8 pm, Progress (also college CE info night)• Thurs., March 27, 2008, 7 pm,Ashtonbee• Wed.,April 30, 6-8 pm, 2008, Progress (also college CE info night)ECE Resource Consultant info session: Thurs., Sept. 6, 2007, 6-7 pm,Ashtonbee For more information, please call 416-289-5000, ext. 7086, e-mailpbracken@centennial college.ca, or visit centennialcollege.ca/ece
    • ash=ashtonbee • ccc=the centre • CR=College Residence • Ol=Online distance learning • PB=Print-Based Distance Learning • pro=progress• STC=Science and Technology CentreChildStudies416-289-5207•centennialcollege.ca/ce35Certificate of AchievementEarly Childhood Resource Consultant –PROGRAM CODE 7060This is a post-diploma certificate of achievement program for Early ChildhoodEducators who want to learn the essential skills required to promote the inclusionof children with special needs in the child care community. Upon successfulcompletion, graduates qualify as Resource Teachers/Consultants under the DayNurseries Act. Applicants must have an Early Childhood Education Diploma from an Ontariocollege or a letter of equivalency from the AECEO.To maximize your potentialfor success in this program, applicants should possess the following skills andexperience:• ECE experience in the child care field• strong verbal and written communication skills• computer skills (to produce professional reports) For more information, please contact the program supervisor at 416-289-5000, ext. 4201, e-mail rlister2@my.centennialcollege.ca, or visitcentennialcollege.ca/eceADMISSION REQUIREMENTOntario College Early Childhood Education diploma, or letter of equivalency from the AECEO.COMPLETION REQUIREMENTSThere are seven academic courses and two supervised field practicums. Courses run consecutively, and a minimum C grade must be maintained in each course to continue withinthe program. Students must successfully complete Level 1 before moving to Level 2.LEVEL 1Exploring Inclusion SN-400 Working With Families SN-401 Field Practicum 1 SN-402 Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403 Individual Family Service Planning 2 SN-405 LEVEL 2Strategies for Success and Inclusion SN-404 Advocacy in the Home, School & Community SN-406 Coordinating Resources SN-407 Field Practicum 2 SN-408 Post-Graduate CertificateEarly Childhood Administration –PROGRAM CODE 7115This is a part-time, graduate certificate program for Early Childhood Educatorswho want the essential supervisory, administrative and management skills toadvance their careers. Evening classes enable professionals to learn the latesttheories, exchange ideas and network without leaving their jobs.Topics includestaff supervision, funding proposals, computer applications, effecting change andmarketing.A recent police reference check required for practicum. For more information, please call 416-289-5000, ext. 2337, e-mail lhaines@centennialcollege.ca or visit centennialcollege.ca/eceNote:The deadline for registering for these courses is seven days prior to the first class, or pleasecontact the program supervisor at 416-289-5000, ext. 2337, lhaines@centennialcollege.ca todiscuss your plans.TRANSFER CREDITIf you wish to obtain credit for courses taken at other post-secondary institutions, please call416-289-5000, ext. 2337, for details.ADMISSION REQUIREMENTSOntario College Diploma in Early Childhood Education (ECE) or equivalent.A copy of your ECEdiploma, or letter of equivalency, is required.COMPLETION REQUIREMENTSThere are eight academic courses and one supervised field practicum:Management and Leadership Skills for Early Childhood Educators CY-417* Staff Supervision and Development in Early Childhood Settings CY-419* ECE Curriculum Design and Implementation: Infancy Through School-Age CY-418* Small Business Practices, Part A – Financial Planning, Management and Resources in Early Childhood Settings CY-420* Small Business Practices, Part B – Marketing Early Childhood Education CY-421* Advocacy and Professionalism in Early Childhood Education CY-422 Advanced Professionalism Communications Strategies for Early Childhood Educators CY-415 Advanced Professional, Computer Applications (or equivalency-COMP-101) CY-416*Early Childhood Administration: Field Practicum CY-423 *Not all courses are offered this academic year.1. Foundation Studies UnitTools for Lifelong Learning ECEP-120Prerequisite/Corequisite: ENGL-160/161801 Mon., Sept. 10-Dec.17, 7-10 pm – No class Oct. 8 ASH821 Mon., March 3-June 9, 7-10 pm – No class May 19 PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasksObserving Child Development ECEP-117Prerequisites/Corequisites: Principles of Human Behaviour GNED-129, PracticingCollege English Skills ENGL-160/161821 Tues., Jan. 15-April 22, 7-10 pm ASH$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Note:An updated police reference check will be necessary for this course.Focus on the Program ECEP-118Prerequisite/Corequisite: Practicing College English Skills ENGL-160/161821 Thurs., Jan. 17-April 24, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)The Early Childhood Educator and the Community CECS-104(This course is equivalent to ECEP-119.)Prerequisites: Practicing College English Skills ENGL-160/161,Tools for Lifelong LearningECEP-120801 Tues, Sept. 11-Dec. 11, 7-10 pm ASH$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus community visits as assigned and three hours of related tasksEarly Childhood Resource Consultant Orientation SessionThis orientation session clarifies the program emphasis and your role within it.Come and have your qualifications evaluated and your questions answered (an appointment is not required). • Thurs., Sept. 6, 6-7 pm ASHPlease note: Due to the nature of this program, students must provide a recent criminalreference check prior to each field placement and required courses.A criminal record orcharges pending before the courts in regard to crimes against vulnerable populations maydetermine eligibility for courses and completion of the program.
    • r e g i s t e r o n l i n e • b y p h o n e 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 3 0 0 ( T o l l F r e e 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 8 - 4 4 1 9 ) • f a x 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 2 7 9 • i n p e r s o n ( s e e i n s i d e f r o n t c o v e r f o r d e ta i l s )ChildStudies416-289-5207•centennialcollege.ca/ce36 Health and Wellness ECEP-121Prerequisite:Tools For Lifelong Learning, ENGL-160/161 may be taken as a corequisite801 Thurs., Sept. 20-Nov. 22, 7-10 pm PRO$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)2. Infant and Toddler UnitInfant and Toddler Development ECEP-122Prerequisite: Foundation Studies completion is necessary; Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171.801 Wed., Sept. 19 -Dec. 19, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours for assigned tasksProfessionalism ECEP-126Prerequisite: Foundation Studies unit and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171821 Wed., Jan. 16-March 19, 7-10 pm PRO$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Understanding Families ECEP-124Prerequisites: Foundation Studies unit and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171821 Thurs., Jan. 17-March 20, 7-10 pm ASH$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Guiding Young Children ECEP-123Prerequisites: Foundation Studies unit, Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171 andInfant and Toddler Development ECEP-122.821 Mon, March 31-June 9, 7-10 pm – No class May 19 PRO$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Responsive Caregiving ECEP-125Prerequisites: Foundation Studies unit and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171821 Tues., March 25-June 24, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasksField Practicum – Infants and Toddlers CECS-105This course is equivalent to ECEP-127Prerequisites: Foundation Studies unit and Responsive Caregiving ECEP-125, Infant andToddler Development ECEP-122.Additional purchase: Field Practicum Manual available at the college bookstore.801 Thurs., Sept. 20-Dec. 17 Off-site:TBDSeminar:Thurs., Sept. 20, 5-7 pm* ASH821 Mon., Jan. 21-April 28 Off-site:TBDSeminar; Mon., Jan. 21, 5-7 pm* ASH841 Thurs., May. 1-Aug. 15 Off-site:TBDSeminar:Thurs., May 1, 5-7 pm* ASH$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two additional seminars for each section – dates TBDNotes:1. This is a planned experience of 25 days in an approved field setting under supervision, plusseven hours of seminars. Once registered, please call 416-289-5000, ext. 4103 to arrangeyour placement.Although a 25-day/eight-hour block is preferable, part-time arrangementsmay be made with the program supervisor if needed.2. A current police reference check is required for the Practicum.3. ECE Preschool UnitPositive Guidance Strategies ECEP-211Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant Toddler Unit completed, including Practicum and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171801 Mon., Sept. 17-Nov. 26, 7-10 pm – No class Oct. 8 PRO$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Preschool Curriculum ECEP-212Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant Toddler Unit completed including Practicum,and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171801 Tues., Sept. 11-Dec. 18, 7-10 pm ASH$267.40 (includes materials fee – text extra)*plus 15 hours for assigned tasks, field workHealth and Wellness – Preschool School Age ECEP-213Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant and Toddler units completed, includingPracticum and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171801 Thurs., Sept. 27-Nov. 29, 7-10 pm PRO$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Preschool and School-Age Development ECEP-210Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant Toddler units completed, includingPracticum and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171821 Tues., Jan. 15-April 22, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Developing Partnerships ECEP-214Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant and Toddler units completed, includingPracticum and Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170/171821 Wed., March 26-May 28, 7-10 pm ASH$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Field Practicum – Preschool CECS-106This course is equivalent to ECEP-216Additional purchase: Field Practicum Manual – Preschool available in our collegebookstore Phone: 416-289-5224Prerequisites: Foundation Studies and Infant Toddler Unit, Positive Guidance StrategiesECEP-211, Preschool Curriculum ECEP-212; Health and Development of Preschool ChildrenECEP-210 may also be a corequisite.801 Thurs., Sept. 20-Dec. 20 Off-site:TBDSeminar:Tues., Sept. 20, 5-7 pm* ASH821 Thurs., Jan. 17-April 24 Off-site:TBDSeminar:Thurs., Jan. 17, 5-7 pm* ASH821 Thurs., May 1-Aug. 15 Off-site:TBDSeminar:Thurs., May 1, 5-7 pm* ASH$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two additional seminars for each section – dates TBDPlease see centennialcollege.ca/ece for spring/summer datesNotes:1. This placement is 25, eight-hour days in an approved field setting under supervision.Although a block is preferable, part-time arrangements may be possible. Once you haveregistered, contact Mary Lawrence at 416-289-5000, ext. 2892, or e-mailmlawrence@centennialcollege.ca for further information. If you have successfullycompleted one practicum (B+ grade or better) and have at least two years work experiencein a licenced child setting, you may be eligible to apply for Prior Learning Assessmentand Recognition. Students must have completed Units 1, 2 and 3 before taking Unit 4– Exploring Careers.2. A current police reference check is required for this practicum.
    • ash=ashtonbee • ccc=the centre • CR=College Residence • Ol=Online distance learning • PB=Print-Based Distance Learning • pro=progress• STC=Science and Technology CentreChildStudies416-289-5207•centennialcollege.ca/ce374. ECE Exploring CareersPreschool and School Age Curriculum ECEP-221Prerequisites: Completion of all three units including field placements.801 Tues., Sept. 18-Dec. 18, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasksPerspectives on Family Violence ECEP-215Prerequisite: Completion of all three units including field practicum801 Thurs., Sept. 20-Nov. 22, 7-10 pm ASH$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Inclusion of Children with Special Needs ECEP-220Prerequisites: Completion of all three units including practicum.821 Tues., Jan. 15-April 22, 7-10 pm PRO$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Advocacy ECEP-222Prerequisites: Completion of all three units including practicum.821 Wed., Jan. 16-April 16, 7-10 pm ASH$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasksProfessional Development ECEP-223Prerequisites: Completion of all ECE Core courses including practicums.Corequisite: Must be taken with Final Practicum ECE- 226 (this course replaces practicumseminars).801 Wed., Sept. 19-Dec. 5 (bi-weekly), 5-7 pm* PRO821 Mon., Jan. 14-March 19 (bi-weekly), 5-7 pm*841 Mon., May 5-Aug. 11 (bi-weekly), 5-7 pm*$112.30 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus three hours of assigned tasksFinal Practicum CECS-107This course is equivalent to ECEP-226. This course must be taken in conjunction with Professional Development ECEP-223.Prerequisite: Completion of all other ECE courses, including two practicums. Prior Learning and Recognition (PLAR) credit is not granted for this course.Corequisite: Professional Development ECEP-223 (replaces seminars for this practicum).801 Wed., Sept. 19-Dec. 20 Off-site:TBD821 Mon., Jan. 14-April 28841 Mon., May 5-Aug. 11$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Notes:1. This placement is 25, eight-hour days in an approved field setting under supervision.Although a block is preferable, part-time arrangements may be possible. Once you haveregistered, call Mary Lawrence at 416-289-5000, ext. 2892 for further information.You maybegin your placement after attending your first Professional Development ECEP-223 class2. A current police reference check is required for this practicum.Standard First Aid (SFA) including CPR/AED CCPRO-101This course is not required to achieve the Early Childhood Education Diploma in 2007-2008,but it is recommended that you complete a recognized first aid course before taking a jobin the field. For course description, see p. 138 or visit our website centennialcollegec.ca/cprEarly Childhood Resource Consultant – Level 1 CoursesExploring Inclusion SN-400801 Thurs., Sept. 13-Nov. 15, 7-10 pm ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arrangedWorking With Families SN-401Prerequisite: Exploring Inclusion SN-401801 Thurs., Nov. 22-Feb. 7, 7-10 pm – No class Dec. 20 & Dec. 27 ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arrangedField Practicum 1 SN-402Prerequisite: Exploring Inclusion SN-400821 Mon., 14-Jan. 14-April 28Seminar: Mon., Jan.14, 7 pmASH$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,Working With Families SN-401821 Thurs., Feb. 14-April 17, 7-10 pm* ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arrangedIndividual Family Service Planning 2 SN-405Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,Working With Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1 SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403841 Thurs.,April 24-June 26, 7-10 pm* ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arrangedEarly Childhood Resource Consultant – Level 2 CoursesStrategies for Success & Inclusion SN-404Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,WorkingWith Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Family Service Planning 2 SN-405841 Tues. & Thurs., July 3-Aug. 12, 7-10 pm ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Advocacy in the Home, School & Community SN-406Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,Working With Families SN-401, Field Practicum1 SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Family Service Planning2 SN-405, Strategies for Success & Inclusion SN-404801 Thurs., Sept. 13-Nov. 15, 7-10 pm* ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arrangedNeed more information?Please call 416-289-5207, e-mail ce@centennialcollege.ca or visit centennialcollege.ca/ce.
    • r e g i s t e r o n l i n e • b y p h o n e 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 3 0 0 ( T o l l F r e e 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 8 - 4 4 1 9 ) • f a x 4 1 6 - 2 8 9 - 5 2 7 9 • i n p e r s o n ( s e e i n s i d e f r o n t c o v e r f o r d e ta i l s )ChildStudies416-289-5207•centennialcollege.ca/ce38 Coordinating Resources SN-407Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,WorkingWith Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Family Service Planning 2 SN-405, Strategies for Success & Inclusion SN-404,Advocacy in the Home, School & CommunitySN-406801 Thurs., Nov. 22, 7-10 pm* ASH$220.87 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus nine, three-hour sessions to be arranged and an additional 15 hours of independent studyField Practicum 2 SN-408Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400,WorkingWith Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Family Service Planning 2 SN-405, Strategies for Success & Inclusion SN-404801 Mon., Sept. 17-Dec. 10, 7-10 pm ASHSeminar: Mon., Sept. 17, 7-10 pm$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Early Childhood Administration Courses (Post-Graduate)Advocacy & Professionalism in Early Childhood Education CY-422801 Tues., Sept. 25-Dec. 11, 7-10 pm* PRO$379.45 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)*plus nine hours for assigned projects or related tasksAdvanced Professional Communication Strategies forEarly Childhood Educators CY-415821 Tues., Feb. 5-April 22, 7-10 pm* PRO$379.45 (includes material fees – text extra)*plus nine hours for assigned projects or related tasksField Practicum CY-423Prerequisites/Corequisites: Successful completion of the eight courses in the EarlyChildhood Administration program.801 Tues., Sept. 18-Dec. 18, Off-site:TBD821 Tues., Jan. 22-April 22$340 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Note: Prior to registration you should call 416-289-5000 ext. 2337.To discuss and confirmthe appropriateness of your intended field practicum.Child & Youth WorkerDiploma inChild and Youth Worker – Program Code 1205Upon successful completion of the three levels outlined below, you will receive aChild and Youth Worker diploma and be fully recognized in the field as a qualifiedprofessional. For further details, call the coordinator at 416-289-5000, ext. 2050 or e-mailckamps@centennialcollege.ca.COMPLETION REQUIREMENTSLEVEL 1Reading and Writing Prose ENGL-170 Principles of Human Behaviour GNED-129 Introduction to Child and Youth Work CYWP-100 Childhood Disorders CYWP-101 Counselling and Communication Skills CYWP-102 Preparation for Field Placement CYWP-103 Developmental Issues in Childhood & Adolescence CYWP-104 Field Practicum 1 CYWP-105 Integrative (Field) Seminar 1 CYWP-106Approaches to Literature GNED-101 School Based Child and Youth Work CYWP-107 Psychopathology in Childhood CYWP-108 Group Interaction in Child & Youth Work CYWP-109 Residential Treatment CYWP-110 Introduction to Family Development CYWP-111 LEVEL 2Multimodal Therapies in Child and Youth Work CYWP-201 Psychopathology in Adolescence and Early Adulthood CYWP-202 Family Dysfunctions and Therapies CYWP-203 Laws Affecting Treatment Delivery CYWP-204 Clinical Recording and Presentation Skills CYWP-205Field Practicum 2 CYWP-206 Integrative Seminar 2 CYWP-207 Advanced Group Work Skills CYWP-208 Prevention and Management of Aggressive Behaviour CYWP-209 General Education Elective LEVEL 3Field Practicum 3 Specialized – Part 1 CYWP-301 Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 1 CYWP-302 Child Abuse: Physical, Emotional & Sexual CYWP-303 Advanced Counselling Skills CYWP-304 Life and Social Skills Training CYWP-305 Field Practicum 3 Specialized – Part 2 CYWP-306 Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 2 CYWP-307 Crisis Interventions CYWP-308 Administrative and Organizational Issues in CYW CYWP-309 Research Methodology CYWP-310 General Education Elective Note: Minimum C grade required for all CYWP coursesLEVEL 1 COURSESIntroduction to Child and Youth Work CYWP-100801 Wed., Sept. 12-Dec. 19, 5:30-9:30 pm PRO821 Tues., Jan. 8-April 15, 5:30-9:30 pm$344.95 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Childhood Disorders CYWP-101801 Tues., Sept. 11-Dec. 18, 6:30-9:30 pm PRO821 Mon., Jan. 7-April 14, 6:30-9:30 pm$267.40 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Counselling and Communication Skills CYWP-102801 Thurs., Sept. 13-Dec. 20, 6:30-8:30 pm PRO841 Sat.,April 5-July 12, 8:30-10:30 am$189.85 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)Register early!Some courses may be cancelled because we didn’tknow you wanted them! And some very popularcourses fill quickly. Please register early to avoiddisappointment. Register now for any coursein this book!