This practicum provides students with an opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge of the role of the Settlement/Intercultural Services Provider under the supervision of the College practicum supervisor and a designated mentor in a community setting. This practicum builds on the skills developed in Practicum I and focuses on working with diverse individuals, families, and communities in an intercultural context. During this practicum, students will apply knowledge and skills learned over the course of the program.
Note: Prerequisites: (All of Settlement Studies Term 1,2,3,4 courses) OR (Completion of NQC CSWK certificate and Settlement Studies Term 3 & 4 courses)
Co-requisite: SETT 2020
Restricted to Settlement Studies