Concurrent Disorders

1-year, Ontario College Graduate Certificate Program

Concurrent Disorders

This Distance Education program is designed for individuals who have previous postsecondary education in Community or Social Sciences and/or experience in the human services field. Please review the entrance requirements for this program for additional details.

Ontario Colleges Program Codes:
Full-Time Program Code: 0190

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The Concurrent Disorders Program is a post-graduate certificate intended to give students the skills and knowledge needed to provide support to individuals living with a concurrent disorder.  Applicants to the program will have a minimum of a two-year College diploma or University degree in a Human Services, Social Sciences or a Health program.

Upon completion of the program students will gain essential knowledge and skills needed to support an individual with a Concurrent Disorder.  For individuals already working in the profession, this program will enhance existing knowledge and skills for ongoing professional development.

In order to meet the needs of graduates and professionals this program will be offered as evening courses in an online environment.

For more information, please contact Kim Gerrish, Program Coordinator at (807) 475-6325.

**Please note the program is currently undergoing program renewal and content for the 2015/2016 school year will be changing.


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