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  • 1. For specific informationAbout the program, pleaseCall (204) 627-8684Toll-free at 1-866-627-8500Extension 8684UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE NORTHThe Pas Campus7th and CharleboisP.O. Box 3000The Pas, Manitoba R9A 1M7204.627.8500 or Call Free: 1.866.627.8500Thompson Campus504 Princeton Drive,Thompson, Manitoba R8N 0A5204.677.6450 or Call Free: 1.866.677.6450Regional CentresFlin FlonChurchillSwan RiverPimicikamak (Cross Lake)Tataskweyak (Split Lake)Chemawawin (Easterville)Nisichawayasihk (Nelson House)Bunibonibee (Oxford House)Mathias Colomb (Pukatawagan)Norway HouseSt. Theresa PointMisipawistik (Grand Rapids) Northern Health Promotion & Community Development Certificate Program www.ucn.ca
  • 2. Northern Health Promotion and Community Development CONTI NUI NG STUDI ES CERTIFI CATE PRO GRAM This continuing education program is designed to provide individuals currently employed in the areas of health promotion/education and community development with the professional knowledge, skills and attitudes to effectively plan, develop and evaluate health programming through best practices while working within the framework of community development. Graduates of this program will have the skills and knowledge to work with health agencies in Northern and First Nations communities and have an understanding of the health care dynamics within these communities. Opportunities for employment exist within a variety of health care settings and related employment sectors. This program provides flexible delivery options to accommodate students who are currently employed.PROGRAM CONTENT Courses Credit Hours Admission Requirements Employment opportunities:Required Courses: a. Manitoba Senior 4 • Health educators. graduate, • Community development workerUC.HCD.1000 Foundations of Health Promotion 3.0 b. Or equivalency, • Community Health developerUC.HCD.1010 Health and Wellness 3.0 c. Or mature student, • Community health representativeUC.HCD.1200 Health Promotion Program Planning & Evaluation 3.0 • Health program developerUC.HCD.1100 Health Promotion Strategies and Best Practices 3.0 Students may be required to • Health program coordinator complete Criminal Investigation and Child Abuse • Health training facilitatorOptional (choose 1): Registry Checks • Health program analystUC.HCD.1300 Community Development Principles 3.0UC.HCD.1310 Current Issues in Health 3.0

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