Housing & Social Services Provider IShort-Term Certificate
This two part, 25 credit stackable certificate program provides basic and foundational concepts and skills to current providers in the housing and social service sector.
Estimated Length of Completion
|Short-Term Certificate||Full Time: 2
Part Time: Part Time Option Not Available
|12.0 - 13.0|
Program lengths are estimates, not guarantees. For the most current program information, please check with the program contact.
There are no entry requirements for this program
- Demonstrate acquired professional skills such as critical thinking, decisionmaking, and appropriate client interaction through effective oral and written communication.
- Recognize and integrate the inherent values of equity and diversity through practical application.
- Examine, analyze, and implement the values, attitudes, regulations, and codes of ethics that regulate housing and social service providers.
- Explain the inherent connection between social welfare policies, and homelessness.
- Acquire the basic computer and technical skills required for effective housing and social services provision.
- Identify resources for housing and social service clients.
Generic Description for Career information for all programs
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All costs are estimates and are not guarantees. For the most current program information, check with an adviser by calling 206.934.5391. There are additional costs for books and supplies. Each student is responsible for the purchase of certain supplies and required tools before the instruction begins.
- Resident Cost : $1,392.60 - $1,508.65
- NonResident Cost : $1,575.24 - $1,706.51
- International Student Cost : $3,589.44 - $3,888.56
Hours may vary based on specific program requirements.
Covers skills and strategies needed to meet writing demands in college and on the job.
Orientation to College Success
Credit range: 1 - 3
Assists new students in their adjustment to community college. Includes goal-setting, self-motivation skills, identifying college resources, personal development and general study hints.
Introduction to Human Services
Provides an overview of the social and human services field from the perspective of the individual human services worker. Explores societal conditions, assumptions, and needs that impact delivery of services. Includes discussion of areas of knowledge, professional values, and skills. Examines the characteristics of the human services agency, including professional roles, career opportunities, and challenges.
SHS, Chemical Dependency, and Academics
Designed for the beginning social and human services student, this course provides basic academic, professional, and personal skills vital for academic success. Defines social and human services with a focus on critical thinking, professionalism, time management, learning communities, and the use of campus resources. Prerequisite: Eligibility for ENGL&099 and MATH087/MATH091. Co-req: SHS100.