Post Graduate Certificate/Masters Degree
What is Navigation? Navigation involves helping people in settings such as health care, mental health, addictions, social welfare, law and justice, developmental and education. Navigators support people in a variety of ways (check out the heading "What will I learn?" underneath for examples) If you're interested in helping others, there's a place for you in the navigation program. What will I learn? Assessments Care plans Suicide safety plans Transitions plans Care team meetings Networking Health literacy Person-centered care Strength-based communication Coping tools Motivational interviewing Advocacy Self-care Ethical decision-making How to work with different populations (e.g., youth, older adults) Check out the Program of Study for more examples!
Applicants must be graduates of a diploma, advanced diploma, or degree program from an Ontario College or equivalent. The applicant's prior education does not have to be from a helping related profession. OR Applicant must possess five years of work experience in a related field (or combination of education and work experience) as judged by the College to be equivalent. Applicants must submit a resume detailing their related experience and a cover letter outlining their competencies and preparedness for the program (any and all post-secondary transcripts must still be submitted). Additional Requirements Applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English language proficiency. Cambrian College accepts the TOEFL, or IELTS, or equivalent test to satisfy our English admission requirements.
Tuition Fees mentioned above is an approximate value from the college website. Exact tuition will be mentioned in your Letter of Acceptance from the institute. For accurate Admission requirements visit college/university program page.