Youth and Family 18 Credit Certificate
The Youth and Family Certificate is intended to give human service professionals a core function of classes centered on children, their families and their environments. This certificate is intended for those who wish to work or are working with families. Learners will increase their knowledge of life span development, child maltreatment, issues related to dysfunction within the family crisis response, and worker self-care.
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Courses for this program may be available at a variety of campus locations through multiple modes of delivery if you meet the admission requirements and prerequisites.
* Campus and online availability of courses and programs may be subject to change.
Graduates will be able to…
- Understand cognitive, emotional and behavioral patterns across the lifespan
- Recognize indicators of inter-personal violence (IPV)
- Demonstrate knowledge of developmental stages
Some of the potential careers graduates can pursue are:
- Supervised Visitation Worker
- Home Visiter
- Behavior Technician
- Developmental Disability Aide
- Parent / Child Interaction Worker
- Youth Worker
The Youth and Family Certificate is a 18 Credit program. The following is a typical semester breakdown of the courses within the program.
* College 101 (10-890-165) is not part of the program credit requirements but is a College Requirement for graduation that must be passed with a “C” or better.
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