Human Services: Certificate of Achievement
The Human Services Program is designed to teach students entry level helping skills to work in the high demand field of Human Services. Students will gain knowledge of human service delivery systems; communication skills for working with individuals, groups and diverse populations; case management techniques; and will have field experiences in one or more human service agencies. Counseling courses are offered one time per academic year.
Case Aides; Community Organization Workers; Developmental Disability Assistants; Eligibility Workers; Employment Interviewers; Interviewing Clerks; Human Services Assistants; Senior Citizen Aides; Social Services Aides; Social Work Assistants; Welfare Eligibility Workers; Workforce Development Workers
Program Learning Outcomes
- Utilize effective communication styles to assess and assist clients from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds in becoming self-sufficient.
- Advocate and use case management strategies that assist clients in overcoming challenges and identifying support systems throughout the community.
- Engage in ethical and legal practices including adherence to agency, state, and federal policies and procedures.
- Identify areas for self-improvement, and pursue necessary education and/or training resources for professional development.
|HSRV-120||Introduction to Human Services||3|
|HSRV-122||Helping Skills in Human Services||3|
|HSRV-124||Working With Diverse Populations||3|
|HSRV-126||Case Management in Human Services||3|
|HSRV-130||Crisis Intervention in Human Services||3|
|HSRV-190||Human Services Field Internship 1||3|