Child and Youth Care Humber College

About this Program

Level: Advanced Diploma in Child and Youth Care

Discpline: Early Childhood Education

Length: 6 semesters

Check My Eligibility
Application Fee: $75.00
Tuition Fee: $15,874.00

Lakeshore Campus Campus

Starting Deadline Status
Sept, 2022 Sept 1, 2022 closed
Jan, 2023 Nov 1, 2022 closed

Program Description

Humber’s Child and Youth Care advanced diploma program prepares you to promote the optimal development of children, youth and their families. Students are required to develop skills in assessing needs, designing and implementing programs and planned environments, and using daily life events to support and facilitate positive change. The program provides foundational knowledge in infant, child and adolescent development; child and youth care relational practice principles; psychology of the family; evidence-based or evidence-informed intervention strategies; group dynamics; and therapeutic activities. You will learn that an essential component of professional practice is self-awareness, with many courses emphasizing self-reflection and the classroom being a professional practice environment. Your high energy level and emotional maturity will help you meet the demands of working with children and youth with complex needs. Our program is delivered by award-winning faculty, renowned in their field, with current, relevant experience and advanced degrees. A key feature of the program is its therapeutic play lab fostering experiential learning.

Other Programs at the School

These programs are similar to the current one.

Early Childhood Education

Tuition: $15,874.00

Application Fee: $75.00

Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Sept 2022 | Jan 2022

Child and Youth Care - Accelerated

Tuition: $23,601.00

Application Fee: $75.00

Advanced Diploma in Child and Youth Care - Accelerated

Sept 2021 | Jan 2022

Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Tuition: $18,910.00

Application Fee: $75.00

Honours Degree in Bachelor of Child and Youth Care

Sept 2021 | Sept 2022

Study and Work in Canada

Full-time undergraduate and post-graduate international students can work anywhere on or off campus without a work permit. The rules around the number of hours a student will be allowed to work may vary based on the country the student chooses to study in. International students are typically able to work up to 20 hours a week.