Education Assistant and Community Support
An eight-month employment-ready certificate program that prepares students for careers working in schools and with agencies that provide support and service to children and/or adults with exceptionalities.
Graduates help individuals in learn educational, social, vocational, recreational and personal life skills. Opportunities exist for jobs such as education assistants and community support workers.
- BC Grade 12 or mature student status.
- 73 percent on the combined BC English Grade 12/English Grade 12 First Peoples Government Exam (written within the last five years) or equivalent.
- Two letters of reference.
- Immunization record.
- Criminal record check.
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