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2 Police Foundations Self-initiated community service opportunities broaden students understanding of the justice role within the community-at-large This program has an excellent reputation within the criminal justice community Students learn a range of policing, security, problem-solving and administrative skills Practical policing courses, taught by instructors with real world experience, give students a competitive edge in the marketplace Provincial Police Regional/Municipal Police RCMP Corrections Private Security & Investigation Agencies Parole/Probation Canada Border Services Agency Within Humber: Police Foundations graduates may apply for advanced standing in: Humber s Bachelor of Applied Arts Criminal Justice Degree Program Protection, Security and Investigation Program Protection, Security and Investigation: Crime Scene Investigation diploma program Other postsecondary institutions: Qualified graduates may be eligible to apply their academic credits towards further study or degree completion Photo: Driving Sim Lab Police Foundations students learn pursuit driving in city, highway, snow and rain conditions to build the best driving skills in a controlled environment. Trained instructors put students through their paces changing obstacles while they drive. Cover Photo: Criminal Justice students learns real life skills in the mock courtroom simulation lab. 2 3

3 Photo: Conflict Simulator Students find out how they would react when faced with potentially violent reactions from a person in crisis. The simulator, controlled by an instructor, allows students to engage in scenarios where the subject s reaction changes based on the student s approach. Bachelor of Applied Arts - Criminal Justice 4-year degree 8 semesters 2 placements: one in second year and one in third year The program provides students with a broad-based understanding of the Criminal Justice System Special emphasis is placed on understanding the societal and individual explanations of why crime occurs and the best societal and individual level responses to crime Community-based Justice Agencies Municipal, Provincial and National Police Services Private Security Probation or Parole Officer Provincial, Youth or Federal Correctional Officer Immigration Officer Justice Worker Victim Services Worker Crime Prevention Insurance Fraud Investigator Ministry of Transportation Enforcement Officer Recent graduates of the BAA CJ program have successfully secured jobs with Police Departments, Correctional Service of Canada, Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services, Saskatchewan Correctional Services, Private Security, Youth Correctional Services, Elizabeth Fry Society, St. Leonard s Society and gone on to further studies for Research Analyst and Master of Criminal Justice at Niagara University Community & Justice Services Students will have an opportunity to practise their skills during a supervised, comprehensive field placement in an institutional or community setting in semesters three and four, two days per week Community Justice is an approach to crime reduction, prevention and rehabilitation that seeks to include the community in the criminal justice process and reduce their reliance on the criminal justice system This program utilizes social justice and anti-oppression approaches to prepare students for careers in the areas of: - Community Development - Community Mobilization - Advocacy - Corrections - Community Justice - Restorative Justice Work with offenders, probationers, victims, clients requiring community-based services and other groups identified as high risk Graduates are in demand by federal and provincial correctional institutions, justice agencies, community agencies and youth facilities Within Humber: Community and Justice Services graduates may apply for advanced standing in: - Humber s Bachelor of Applied Arts Criminal Justice Degree Program Outside of Humber: their academic credits towards further study or degree completion Protection, Security & Investigation This program offers the skills needed to get employers attention in the growing public safety and private security fields Small classes enhance courses designed to meet current needs and integrate theory with practical learning experiences Security Guard, Security Manager Corrections, Parole Officer Customs Agent Border Patrol Officer Police Officer Dispatch Officer Private, Insurance, Fraud Investigator Crime, Intelligence Analyst Risk Analyst Loss Prevention Specialist Tax Investigator Forensic Interviewer Behaviour Analyst Security Screener Within Humber: Graduates may apply for advanced standing in: Humber s Bachelor of Applied Arts Criminal Justice Degree Program Other postsecondary institutions: their academic credits towards further study or degree completion Career : As a graduate of the PSI diploma program, you will also be eligible to write the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services licensing examinations, which are mandatory for private investigators and security guards in Ontario Protection, Security & Investigation: Crime Scene Investigation Attain a 2-year diploma in 1 year 2 semesters This unique program is the only one of its kind in Ontario. It helps fill the ongoing demand for qualified crime scene investigators by teaching students about the most modern techniques It is an ideal way for university graduates in a related field or Police Foundations diploma graduates to build on knowledge and skills, enhance credentials and improve their career prospects in the area of crime scene investigation See Protection, Security & Investigation Within Humber: Graduates may apply for advanced standing in: Humber s Bachelor of Applied Arts - Criminal Justice Degree Program Other postsecondary institutions: Qualified graduates may be eligible to apply their academic credits towards further study or degree completion 4 5

4 Pre-Service Firefighter Education & Training Certificate 1-year certificate 2 semesters, beginning in September and February Both theory and extensive hands-on practice Learn how fire departments operate the kind of equipment used on the job, techniques, rescue strategies, fire apparatus operation, and emergency care for patients Courses on fire behaviour and combustion chemistry as well as hazardous material awareness Firefighter fitness training Students experience the everyday reality of firefighting by practicing skills in a burn tower Firefighter Students receive guidance on finding employment including support with résumés and job interviews that will prepare students to build a gratifying career as a firefighter Course taught to the NFPA 1001 Level I and Level II Firefighter level Graduates are eligible to write the OFM Provincial Firefighter Test Humber offers Fire and Emergency Services Specialized Rescue courses. These courses will enhance your skills and benefit you in your pursuit of a career as a firefighter. A Certificate of Participation is granted upon successful completion of each course. Specialized rescue courses are taught by experienced firefighters 6 Photo: Firefighter Equipment Pre-Service Firefighter students learn real life skills at Humber on industry standard equipment. Several live burn exercises at a burn tower give students the chance to gain professional confidence while putting their skills to the test. 7

5 Photo: Play Therapy Lab Human Services students learn how to integrate developmental, preventative and therapeutic approaches in the Play Therapy Lab at Humber for learning as close as it gets to real life. Bachelor of Child and Youth Care 4-year degree 8 semesters 1 summer placement Advanced standing available to students with the 3-year CYW diploma with a GPA 70% or more and either grade 12 or College equivalent English with a grade 70% or more CYW graduates could complete the 4-year BCYC degree with an additional 2 years Graduates of SSW, ECE and CJS diploma programs are also eligible for transfer credits but will still require the full four years to complete the BCYC credential Learn psychology, addictions and mental health, child and adolescent development Courses in research, in addition to completing a praxis based thesis (fully integrated with student placements) Study includes youth empowerment and mobilization, international youth work Field projects as well as a 14-week summer internship Youth Shelters, Youth Centres LGBTQ Community, School Settings, Children s Mental Health Facilities and Programs and Hospital Programs Prevention, Outreach, Treatment and Care Children s Aid organizations, Family Groups Residential Care Graduates eligible for membership with the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors oacyc.org for their graduate degree at many universities worldwide including graduate work in Child and Youth Care, Child Studies, Social Work, Social Policy, Youth Rights, Education or Counselling. University of Victoria Mount St. Vincent Brock University OISE University of Toronto oise.utoronto.ca Child and Youth Worker Advanced 3-year advanced diploma 6 semesters Eligible to apply for the Child and Youth Care Degree Program with advanced standing (entry: semester 5) The CYW Advanced Program is designed for students to acquire hands-on learning Exposes students to foundational knowledge in the areas of Psychology, Addictions & Mental Health, Child & Adolescent Development and much more Students have the ability to utilize their learning and apply theory to practice, by completing three internships throughout their journey. Humber has connections with over 300 community agencies that help students gain work experience in the field Youth Shelters Community Enrichment Programs LGBTQ Community Agencies Youth Justice Centres, Youth Corrections Mental Health and Addiction Agencies Hospitals (Child & Youth Psychiatric Unit) Child Protection Open Custody Group Homes Addictions, Outreach Worker Residential Care School Based Services Mental Health Services Family Support Services, Foster Care Graduates may apply for a membership with the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors oacyc.org Qualified graduates of the program will be eligible to apply for advanced standing in the Child and Youth Care Degree program at Humber, as well as many other post-secondary institutions world-wide Child and Youth Worker Accelerated Complete the 2-year accelerated diploma in 16 months (post-secondary education required) Eligible to apply for the Child and Youth Care Degree Program with advanced standing (entry: semester 5) The CYW Accelerated Program makes it possible for students to fast-track in 16 consecutive months Exposes students to foundational knowledge in the areas of Psychology, Addictions & Mental Health, Child & Adolescent Development and much more Students have the ability to utilize their learning and apply theory to practice by completing three internships throughout their journey. Humber has connections with over 300 community agencies that help students gain work experience in the field See Child and Youth Worker Advanced Graduates may apply for a membership with the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Counsellors oacyc.org Qualified graduates of the program will be eligible to apply for advanced standing in the Child and Youth Care Degree program at Humber, as well as many other post-secondary institutions world-wide 8 9

6 Social Service Worker with part-time option Three unpaid field placements Both theory and hands-on practice Study human behaviour and development, communication, interviewing and counselling skills, and how to work with groups and communities Work with people experiencing distressing events and situations Students learn how to help people assert their rights and meet their responsibilities in ways that empower them 3 field placements allow participation in more than one type of agency Graduates may find work as intake workers, case managers, residential counselors, community/family support workers and mental health or outreach workers with a variety of organizations including: Shelters Community Centres Refugee Centres Youth Employment Agencies Hostels Drop-in Centres for Homeless People Social Assistance Agencies Group Homes Agencies With Clients Who Have Psychiatric Issues, Developmental Delays or Disabilities Agencies in the Field of Corrections Graduates may apply for membership with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers ocswssw.org and the Ontario Social Service Worker Association osswa.ca for advanced standing in the Child and Youth Care Degree program at Humber as well as apply their credits toward study at many other post-secondary institutions Developmental Services Worker 5 field placements including: A 3-week placement that takes place in the fall semester of year one The second 3-week placement that occurs in the winter semester of year one The 3 consecutive placements during the winter semester of year two, for 4-days per week for 14 weeks Both theory and hands-on approach Study the stages of human development, developmental disabilities, psychology and pharmacology Learn about available community support services, practical intervention techniques, person-centered planning, supporting people with autism, augmentative forms of communication and effective responses Build skills in interpersonal relationships and counseling, communicating with clients in sign language, safely administering medication, creating effective behavioural programming and assisting individuals with physical disabilities Residential Counsellor Educational/Teaching Assistant in a School or Childcare Centre Counsellor in a Seniors Program Employment Support Worker Recreational Staff Autism Intervenor Case Manager Students and graduates may apply to become members of the Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities (OADD). Visit oadd.org and its Developmental Services Special Interest Group (DSSIG) Graduates may qualify for advanced standing in Humber s Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program as well as apply their credits toward study at many other post-secondary institutions Developmental Services Worker Accelerated Full-time accelerated 10 months 3 consecutive semesters During the second semester, students complete 20 days of placement. Third semester placement is seven weeks and takes place during the summer period (May to June) The accelerated diploma program teaches skills to effectively promote the physical, mental and emotional health of individuals with special needs Learn the stages of human development, the types of developmental disabilities and the range of available community support services for this population Build expertise in our counselling labs, which provide an ideal setting to develop abilities in working with individuals with limited verbal skills Graduates support people with intellectual disabilities, autism, physical challenges or other special needs. This can lead to a range of positions, including: - Residential Counsellor - Educational/Teaching Assistant in a School or Childcare Centre - Counsellor in a Seniors Program - Community Support Worker their academic credits toward further study at many postsecondary institutions. Details at humber.ca/transferguide Graduates may qualify for exemption from PSYC1600 Child Development in our Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program Graduates may apply to become members of the Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities (OADD) oadd.org and its Developmental Services Special Interest Group (DSSIG) 10 11

7 Addictions and Mental Health Postgraduate Certificate Full-time, 10-month program 3 consecutive semesters Postgraduate certificate Full-time, 8-week field placement Acquire best practice skills for working in the field of addictions and mental health Develop skills in using standardized assessment tools and addiction treatment services Gain knowledge in different clinical treatment models and their application Acquire cultural competencies to address the needs of a diverse population Achieve competency in working from an integrated interprofessional team model Graduates will find employment in a wide variety of social service settings Job titles will include positions such as: Addictions Counsellor Case Manager Community Support Worker Counsellor/Group Facilitator Crisis Worker Mental Health Counsellor Substance Abuse Counsellor Withdrawal Management Counsellor Harm Reduction Residential Worker Youth Addictions Counsellor Courses can be used towards the continuing education requirements of your professional association 12 13

8 How to Apply Important Dates Step 1: Choose your program area of study. Once you have researched your programs and have two to three programs you would like to discuss, you can book an advising appointment with one of our Student Recruitment Advisors, contact the program coordinators or visit the Open House. International students should visit international.humber.ca for information about programs and services at Humber. Visit us on campus. Visit the humber.ca website more details on campus tours and events. November 2014 Colleges begin to receive application infor ma tion from ontariocolleges.ca for fall 2015 admission. February 1, 2015 All applications received by ontariocolleges.ca on or before February 1 will be given equal consideration in the application process. Applications received after February 1 will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis depending on the availability of space in the program. Check for program availability. Step 2 Individuals can apply online at ontariocolleges.ca or call or toll-free (in Canada only). First release of admission decisions. Global Citizenship Certificate Launched in the fall of 2014, Humber s innovative new Global Citizenship Certificate (GCC) prepares students for engaged living in a culturally diverse and rapidly changing world. Through a combination of academic courses, travel experiences and extra-curricular activities, students will gain a highly valued global perspective, deepening their understanding of human diversity, interconnectedness, and cultural complexity and enhancing their sense of personal and community responsibility. Humber Students Study Abroad Global experience is invaluable in today s interconnected world. Each year close to 300 Humber students go abroad for an enriching study and work experience. Whether just starting to research options, or actively preparing for departure, here students will find information and resources to guide them through every step. Transfer Agreements Bachelor of Applied Arts - Criminal Justice Griffith University, Queensland Australia Humber graduates will be considered for direct admission into the Master of Criminology and Criminal Justice program provided that all academic and other entry requirements of the Master s degree program are met. Child and Youth Worker 25 Transfer options Including Australia and USA Humber graduates with an overall GPA of 70 per cent or more will be considered for admission to Humber s Bachelor of Child and Youth Care degree program in over 25 educational institutions. Social Service Worker 25 Transfer options Including Australia and USA Humber graduates with a B average (3.0 GPA) or higher will be eligible to receive up to 45 transfer credits toward a four-year Bachelor of Social Work in over 25 educational institutions. A $95 fee (payable to Ontario Colleges) is required for each academic year and must be submitted at the time of application. Ontario Colleges receives, records and then forwards application information to the appropriate college(s) For the 2015/2016 academic year, please apply before February 1st, 2015 for equal consideration. International students can apply directly to Humber College. Step 3 All educational documents should be forwarded to ontariocolleges.ca. Grades will be transmitted electronically for all applicants currently enrolled in an Ontario high school. Step 4 Beginning early December, Humber will acknowledge that applications have been received and provide MyHumber access details by using the address provided on the Ontario College s application. Humber may need to contact you during the admissions process. It is important that ap plicants keep their contact information up to date. Step 5 Applicants may begin to track their application online at MyHumber. May 1, 2015 Applicants must confirm which offer of admission they are accepting. This must be done online at ontariocolleges.ca or by phone at Late confirmations will only be accepted if space is available in the program. June 24, 2015 Tuition fees are due. Please see the Fee section in this publication. Late fees will only be accepted if space is available in the program. An offer of admission may be withdrawn if an applicant fails to confirm acceptance and/or pay fees by the stipulated deadlines. Applications for winter and spring will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirmation dates and fee due dates vary depending on the approval date. Applicants should check their documentation closely. Late confirmations and payments will only be accepted if space is available in the program. Resources Visit humber.ca for: Program Availability Admission Requirements Financial Aid Fees Residence Transfer Credits For further information visit humber.ca/transferguide Access details are provided when we acknowledge by , that the application has been received

9 VISIT US ONLINE. EXPERIENCE OUR SIM LABS. TAKE A TOUR. Like us on Facebook at: facebook.com/humbersscs Humber North Campus 205 Humber College Blvd. Toronto, ON M9W 5L7 Humber Lakeshore Campus 3199 Lake Shore Blvd. W. Toronto, ON M8V 1K8 Orangeville Campus 275 Alder Street Orangeville, ON L9W 5A9 communityservices.humber.ca

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