Practice Internship in Child and Youth Care
A practice Internship provides opportunities for the student to be actively involved and supervised in a practice setting. Practice settings may include teaching environments, face to face counselling settings, international contexts, or work in policy development with a specific Ministry. Normally students will work for 10 hours per week for a maximum of 150 hours. In addition, students will meet with the practicum co-ordinator throughout the term.
- Learners may not be paid for work on this research project during the time that they are undertaking the practicum course for university credit.
Grading: INP, COM, N, F.
Graduate course in the Child and Youth Care program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.