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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Certificate

As a graduate of this program, you will increase your ability  to affect change. This leading edge initiative is designed for professionals working with families, persons, and communities living with FASD, and is targeted to provide you with the knowledge and skills to:
  • Improve services for individuals with FASD
  • Impact policy development
  • Understand the complex challenges facing individuals, families and communities impacted by FASD
  • Design and implement effective prevention and intervention strategies.
  • Facilitate the development, administration, and provision of services and care with respect, compassion, cultural competence and safety and attainment of balance and harmony towards holisitic health and healing of all members of the community
Admission Requirements:
  • An Associate Degree; or
  • A minimum of 60 university credits (two years), of which 18 credits must be at the second-year level; or
  • A recognized diploma in one or more of the following areas: health care, education, criminal/justice, childcare, social systems and human resources; or
  • As evaluated by the Registrar Services Coordinator or Site Coordiantor.
Program Of Study
Semester 1
                  Overview of FASD
                  Human Development
                  Brain and Behaviour
                  Cultural Perspectives in FASD
Semester 2
                  Developmental and Learning Disabilities
                  Support Strategies
                  FASD Prevention
                  Special Topics in FASD
                  Fundamentals and Professional Implications
                  Practicum (Independent Project)



Program Flyer
File: FASD2013.pdf

FASD Rack Card
File: FASDrackcard.jpg

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