Community Service Worker
Program Accreditation: Diploma
Program Duration: 1040 Total Hrs: Theory 840 Hrs; Internship (Co-op Work Experience) 200 Hrs.
The Community Service Worker Diploma Program is designed for individuals seeking the knowledge
and skills to enter the field of social services and draws upon the principles of sociology, psychology, andother social sciences to counsel and assist individuals and their families in understanding and resolvingtheir personal and social problems.
An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent**; or
be at least 18 years of age or older and pass an entry test
Graduates of our Community Service Worker Diploma Program can expect to be eligible for a position
as a counsellor in a variety of settings in the social work field, including mental health and domestic
violence, youth facilities, halfway houses, correctional facilities, and drop-in centre as well as a wide rangeof group homes appropriate to social service practice and counselling centres that serve diverse clientpopulations.
Introduction to Community Service Work
Inclusive Communication Skills
Employment Achievement Strategies
Basic Business Communications
Harm Reduction and Crisis Intervention
Introduction to Sociology
Mental Health & Addictions
Professional Documentation & Case Management
This Course will provide the students 200 hours’ practical experience in the real-world business. This course has 3 objectives: 1) Demonstration of student’s professionalism reflected by attendance,
reliability, self-awareness, respect, and commitment to client centered service. 2) Opportunity for studentto gain experience in supportive counseling, resource referral and interpersonal skills required in a workenvironment. 3) Understanding the importance of proper documentation of professional work.
Career Services plays a major role in shaping the learning experience. From the first day, to well after graduation, Career Services is constantly working to provide guidance, resources, opportunities, and assistance. As a school with a diverse student body, our goal is to bridge the gap between the classroom and the employment world, while understanding Canadian workplace cultures and professional behaviours.Read more about our Internship and Career Service
Alyssa, Developmental Service Worker
Alyssa, Evergreen College Graduate from the Developmental Service Diploma Program visited the campus to connect with the class and share her experience in correlation of the class room skills transferring to the work place. She is currently working part time in the field within a daycare setting for the public school board and it resulted from some of the tips taught in class ie, search for your own placement based on your passion, techniques of handling various clientele etc What is your favorite aspect about studying at Evergreen College?
“My favorite aspect is how the teacher helps me with anything I needed and gave me knowledge to be successful” Preparing Professionals for the Real World!
Hospitality Operations Program
Evergreen College Hospitality Operations Diploma Program students were asked,
“ What do you like about your Diploma Program?
“ All the diplomas are very helpful. Wherever I go, I am sure I can work with those diplomas” – Rhea
“ Gave me new knowledge about Hospitality Management Operations and would benefit me to open my own business’ – Mochamad Rudi
Personal Support Worker Program
Personal Support Worker Certificate
“I would suggest my friend to join the Evergreen College because this is a good College and we can learn so good things from here.” Dechen, Personal Support Worker Certificate Program
“ I found out that the College has offered the best for the students that has done their course/programs here and the instruction and the environment of the College is good.” Ngawang, Personal Support Worker Certificate Program
“I had nice teacher, who is always open to answer my questions, and ready to help got more knowledge, Thank you,” Dolma, Personal Support Worker Certificate Program