Supervised Practicum II
Students work directly with children and youth for 286-hours from September to April in a supervised practice situation in order to promote professional skill acquisition and integration. Emphasis is placed on fostering the student's skill development in relation to working with children, youth and field supervisors. Attention is also given to developing a de-colonizing practice and to case planning, intervention and case presentation skills.
- All of CYC 166A, CYC 166B, CYC 210 or CYC 210A; and
- minimum third-year standing; and
- admission to a program in Child and Youth Care.