Social Services Worker – Indigenous Specialization

Become an effective counsellor through case studies, real counselling sessions, communications seminars, theoretical concepts, guest speakers, and field work that is culturally aware and respective of the realties facing Indigenous peoples.

As a graduate, you can apply to the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers to become a Registered Social Service Worker in Ontario.

What's in it for you?

Career outcomes*

  • Indigenous social agencies
  • Charitable organizations
  • Foster and group homes
  • Clinics
  • Half-way houses
  • Long-term care homes

Persons who wish to use the title Social Service Worker or Registered Social Service Worker must be registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers. Generally, graduates who have obtained a two-year college diploma in social service work from a College of Applied Arts and Technology qualify for registration.

Plan your future

Next Session start

September 2018

Available delivery options

  • Full-Time

Graduate in 2020*

*Minimum Full time length is 2 years