|The two-year Addiction Studies Diploma program will provide learners with comprehensive knowledge and preparation for a career in the addiction field. This program prepares learners to integrate theory and practical skills to work with individuals, families, groups, and communities. In addition to foundational skills, learners reflect on their beliefs and values to develop relevant professional skills to work with a diverse clientele including multicultural and Indigenous populations. Addiction Studies Diploma graduates work in support roles non-profit and private agencies, including community-based organizations, schools, addiction services, residential settings, senior care facilities, and government organizations.
|Additional Admission Requirements:||A current police information check (PIC) with a vulnerable sector search (VSS) is required prior to practicum placements.
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