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Community Service Worker


- Grade 12 or equivalentOR- Mature student status (18 years of age or older) and a passing score on the entrance examination

Benefits of this program

- Prepares you for valuable industry certifications- Market-driven programs- Growing demand for professionals in this area

Employment Opportunities

- Mental Health Support Worker- Mental Health Worker- Addiction Worker- Shelter Support Worker- Crisis Worker

Rumi Academy offers a 40-week diploma program as a Community Service Worker. This program will focus on providing students with the practical skills to create, implement and oversee several different social programs. Graduates of this program will be able to work in many different industries in a growing employment market. Careers as Community Service Workers are in high demand and graduates will have a great opportunity to land a job after completion of this diploma program. The Community Service Worker diploma program will help prepare students for new career opportunities. Include Modules :

Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Social Welfare
Introduction to Psychology
Law for Community Workers
Basic Counseling Skills
Mental Health and Addiction
Population at Risk
Professional Documentation
Crisis Intervention
Conflict Resolution
Microsoft Office Applications
10 weeks of Internship
Career Preparation / Job Search

What you get:
Diploma from Rumi Academy of Canadian Careers. The students in this program will learn how to expedite positive changes in the lives of others. Community Service Workers are compassionate, supportive individuals who are pillars of the community. This is a program that involves small group work, practice interviews, and exercises in self-awareness. This program provides 10 Weeks of Internship at various Community Service Centers.



Qestions & Answers

A Community Service Worker (CSW) plays a vital role in supporting individuals and communities to enhance their well-being and address various social issues. The specific responsibilities of a CSW can vary based on the setting, organization, and the population they serve.

Community Service Workers (CSWs) require a diverse set of skills to effectively support individuals and communities. These skills encompass interpersonal, communication, organizational, and problem-solving abilities. Here are some essential skills for a Community Service Worker:

Communication Skills,Empathy and Compassion,Cultural Competence,Problem-Solving,Interpersonal Skills,Time Management,Advocacy Skills,Flexibility and Adaptability,Organizational Skills,Resourcefulness,Professional Boundaries,Ethical Decision-Making,Collaboration,Understanding of Systems,Documentation Skills,Conflict Resolution,Group Facilitation,Crisis Intervention

Community Service Workers (CSWs) engage in a variety of tasks to support individuals and communities in addressing social issues and improving overall well-being. The specific tasks can vary based on the setting, population served, and organizational goals. Here are some common tasks performed by Community Service Workers:

Client Assessment,Case Management,Counseling and Support,Advocacy,Referral to Resources,Education and Prevention,Group Facilitation,Networking,Crisis Intervention,Documentation,Community Development,Advocacy for Social Change,Collaboration with Other Professionals,Evaluation and Monitoring,Legal and Ethical Compliance

The educational requirements for becoming a Community Service Worker (CSW) can vary depending on the specific employer, region, and the level of responsibility associated with the position. However, many entry-level positions in community service and social work generally require at least a high school diploma or equivalent. That said, higher levels of education and specific training can enhance your qualifications and career prospects in this field.

Community Service Workers (CSWs) can pursue various career advancement opportunities to enhance their skills, take on more significant responsibilities, and make a greater impact in the field. Here are some potential paths for career advancement:

Advanced Education,Specialization,Clinical Licensure,Supervisory and Management Roles,Program Development and Administration,Policy Advocacy and Research,Teaching and Training,Private Practice,Nonprofit Leadership,Consulting,Entrepreneurship,Professional Associations and Leadership Roles

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