Social Service

Code

388.A0

Diploma

DEC

Sector

Services sociaux, éducatifs et juridiques

Number of credits

91 1/3

Number of contact hours allotted for specific training

1365 Hours

Statut

Program approved in 2000.

This program is designed to train students to be technicians in social work. They will be capable of intervening on an individual, family, group, or community level concerning different social problems and will be able to help people attain their needs, defend their rights and promote social change.

To be admitted to the program, a person must meet the general requirements for admission set out in the College Education Regulations, as well as the following special conditions, where applicable:

• no requirements

Targeted professions (Link to Emploi Québec's IMT En ligne)

Job titles

social services worker

Program content

Number or codeCourse Name / Competency
0188To examine the job functions of a social service worker
0189To investigate public and community social service resources
018ATo form a helping relationship
018BTo analyze links between social problems, social policies and social interventions
018CTo analyze social legislation
018DTo assess the needs and resources of an individual
018ETo evaluate the ethical dimensions of intervention
018FTo carry out an interview
018GTo facilitate a group
018HTo engage in social research
018JTo carry out group-work interventions
018KTo assess the needs and resources of a family
018LTo assess the needs and resources of social groups
018MTo make referrals
018NTo defend individual and collective rights
018PTo carry out psychosocial interventions with individuals or families
018QTo function within a team
018RTo carry out community interventions
018STo develop a service plan or action plan
018TTo participate in the development and coordination of services and resources
018UTo protect their personal well-being
018VTo carry out interventions in a socio-judicial context
018WTo carry out interventions with people in crisis
018XTo carry out interventions using a generalist approach