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Indigenous Social Work Diploma
Yellowhead Tribal College Edmontonhttps://ytced.ab.ca/
The Indigenous Social Work Diploma is a dynamic, culturally informed program that focuses on Indigenous Knowledge as a form of de-colonization and empowerment. Students are immersed in cultural teachings and discovery while learning the main pillars of social work practice. The program offers courses in Indigenous Language, Natural Helping systems, colonization, and cultural practice. The cultural content is delivered by Yellowhead Tribal Elders and students will be mentored by both experienced Indigenous and non-Indigenous social workers during practicum hours. Students will also have daily access to Elders and Indigenous instructors. Non-social work courses are geared toward enhancing knowledge in the areas of First Nations history, language, culture, and governance.
Program Type Occupational
Credential Type Diploma
Length 2 Years
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education
- Distance Learning
High school Diploma, completion of UCEPP, or Mature Student status. Please note: students without English 30-1 can apply, but must upgrade their English by the start of the Indigenous Social Work Program.
1. All applicants must complete and submit an Indigenous Social Work Diploma package which can be printed from the YTC website or picked up at YTC.
2. Students must also complete a YTC application and submit the required application fee. All the program criteria are listed in the package.
How to apply page.
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Updated February 16, 2021. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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