Course code: #PSSWK
|Term start & deadline||Deadline|
In this program at Sheridan, you’ll learn from professors and guest speakers with considerable experience in family therapy, policy development, social work, social justice and other social service fields.
You’ll gain a solid skills foundation through a laboratory practicum and develop plans for starting and running a service organization.
The Social Service Worker program maintains connections with hundreds of community-based organizations, group homes, children's aid organizations and youth centres that welcome students for their Year 2 practicum placements.
You'll complete more than 600 hours of field placement in a social service setting, reinforcing the practical skills you've learned in class.
You'll learn through:
Success in the program requires being open to the specific issues and contexts of people with various racial, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
When you graduate from the Social Service Worker program, you’ll be eligible for admission to the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
As a member of this body, you can use the title “Registered Social Service Worker.”
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,476|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$8,650|
The highest level of Sheridan's English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, English for Academic Purposes (EAP), can provide students with conditional acceptance into a diploma, degree or post-graduate certificate at Sheridan.
TOEFL iBT Home Edition
Duolingo English Test
|Foundation||1.5- 2.5 (lowest skill at 1.5)|
<32 (no score below 6)
|10 – 25 (lowest skill at 10)|
3.0-3.5 (lowest skill at 3.0)
|32 (no score below 8)||30 – 50 (lowest skill at 30)|
4.0-4.5 (lowest skill at 4.0)
34 (no score below 12)
55-70 (lowest skill at 55)
|Advanced||5.0 (lowest skill at 5.0)||45 (no score below 14)||75-80 (lowest skill at 75)|
|EAP||5.5- 6.0 (lowest skill at 5.5)||59 (no score below 18)||85-100 (lowest skill at 85)|
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