The Family and Community Counselling program offers specialized training for delivering personal counselling and social services within the cultural values and beliefs of Indigenous community. Students are encouraged to understand their history, and to integrate traditional knowledge and skills into their practice
The Family & Community Counselling Certificate (FCCC) Program is 11 months of study or a total of 39 credits, which includes a 200-hour practicum placement in the Social Services field.
Explore the issue of power and oppression based on age, race, gender, sexual orientation, race, and culture. You’ll develop the knowledge, values, and skills necessary for an entry-level position focusing on the relationship between client problems and public issues, and the promoting of social justice and human well-being.
Upon completion of this certificate, you can apply to the Family and Community Counseling Diploma Program at NEC.
Classes start on January & September 2023, in Vancouver B.C.
FCCC graduates can apply to the Family and Community Counseling Diploma Program at NEC.
Upon completion learners can find employment in the Social Services field. Various positions may include:
This program is Full-time, Monday to Friday
Get your certificate in less than 1 year
200-hour practicum placement in the Social Services field.
Transferable credits to university
Career with high demand & salaries
Basic Counselling Skills
Traditional Health Practices
Human Development I
Capacity Building and Program Planning
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Trauma Counselling
Human Development II (Intensive)
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