Building on the experience you gained in your first practicum, you will develop greater independence and expand the skill set needed to work as a front-line employee in a residential, centre-based or community-based agency providing services to individuals with disabilities.

You must be assessed for practicum readiness by the practicum advisor prior to registration.

Prerequisites: Employability Skills (EMPL 180), Interpersonal Communications (COMM 291), Comprehensive Behavioural Support (HUMS 180), Health Promotion (HLTH 184), Quality of Life Enhancements (HLTH 182), Sexuality and Disabilities (HUMD 191), Human Growth & Development (HUMD 188), DSW Integration Seminar 2 (SEM 284), Crisis Prevention (SFTY 184), Person Centered Planning (PLAN 182), Professional Role (SPSY 287), Intro Disability Support Serv (SPSY 185), Understand Exceptionalities 2 (SPSY 291), Completion of all Disability Support Worker certificate theory courses,

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