Course code: #010212
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Gain the skills and knowledge you need for employment in a variety of addiction settings through practical, hands-on learning. The curriculum is based on the holistic teachings of the Medicine Wheel, with a focus on the root causes of addiction within Indigenous communities.
You will learn both cultural and mainstream approaches to addictions counselling. Training ranges from pharmacology to traditional methods including Sacred Circles, Teaching/Learning Circles, and the use of the four sacred medicines – tobacco, cedar, sage and sweet grass.
There is a placement component in this program.
What You Learn
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For our English as a Second Language program, we require a minimum IELTS score of 3.0; for entry into English for Academic Purposes, we require a minimum IELTS score of 4.5. Both programs run full-time for 8 months. Students beginning in English as a Second Language will then take an additional 8 months full-time of English for Academic Purposes before moving into their program of study. Our Admissions Office can advise you on how best to submit your IELTS score during the registration process.
International students applying through the SDS Program (Study Direct Stream) from India, China, Vietnam or Philippines should note that the SDS IELTS requirements are 6.0 with no score less than 6.0 in any of the four bands.
High School - Grade 12
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