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Children's Mental Health

Certificate of Completion | 67811

Gain the relevant knowledge and skills to effectively work with infants, children or adolescents with complicated psychiatric disorders.

What You Will Learn

Our interactive online courses focus on the developmental process, psychiatric disorders and associated behaviours, risk factors and triggers, the identification of behaviours and symptoms, family relationships, and intervention and prevention strategies.

This online certificate is designed for busy professionals and parents who are currently working with infant, child and adolescent populations with potential mental health challenges. Professionals who may benefit from this certificate include:

  • early childhood educators
  • educational assistants
  • fitness and health promotion professionals
  • occupational therapy assistants
  • physiotherapist assistants
  • personal support workers
  • registered practical nurses
  • registered nurses

Text books are required for this certificate program. Please consult ce-sscs@humber.ca for a list of course books.

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Social & Community Continuing Education
416.675.6622 ext. 3335
ce-sscs@humber.ca


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Holiday Period Begins - College Closed at Noon

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Tue, December 24, 2019

Final Grades Due by Faculty at 6pm

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Wed, December 18, 2019

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Fall 2019 President’s Lecture Series

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Tue, September 24, 2019 | 1:00 - 2:00 pm, Q&A + Reception to Follow

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Humber and the Pulitzer Centre Create Data Journalism Grant

Humber and the Pulitzer Centre Create Data Journalism Grant

Thu, September 19, 2019

Humber's storyLAB and The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting have created the storyLAB Data Journalism Grant to support independent journalism.

It is the most extensive grant dedicated to Canadian data-driven journalism.

The grant supports projects related to essential and underserved topics affecting Canadians. For the inaugural grant, Humber and Pulitzer are accepting proposals for stories related to Indigenous lands and property rights. The grant will provide up to $10,000 for a freelance journalist or team of journalists to explore a related story from a data-driven perspective.

"Opportunities for enterprise, data-driven journalism in this country are few and far between," says David Weisz, director of storyLAB at Humber College and professor in the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts. "Especially when it comes to covering Indigenous issues, where the cost of travel alone can cause newsrooms to lose their appetite for a particular story. This grant is to ensure that these important stories get told and told properly."

This grant opportunity is now open, and applicants are encouraged to submit their proposals by October 31, 2019. The winner(s) of the grant will be honoured at a cocktail reception on November 15, 2019.

Humber’s storyLAB leverages the multidisciplinary nature of the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts to create collaborative opportunities between Humber staff, students and industry partners. Humber’s Faculty of Media & Creative Arts is committed to fostering data journalism, most recently creating and hosting Data Driven, a data journalism symposium for coders, investigative reporters, developers and data advocates. 

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Humber Film alumni, professor among 2019 Directors Guild nominees

Humber Film alumni, professor among 2019 Directors Guild nominees

Wed, September 18, 2019

When the 2019 Directors Guild of Canada (DGC) Award nominations were announced on September 11, Humber Film was well represented.

Alumni were recognized in four categories for their work as directors, film editors and sound editors. The alumni nominees include

  • Katrina Saville, Director/Writer - I Beat Up My Rapist (Best Short Film)
  • Hugh Elchuk, Editor - Cardinal: By The Time Your Read This, Episode 302, Roman & Irena (Best Picture Editing – Movie For Television)
  • Drew MacLeod, Film Editor - Letterkenny, Episode 501, We Don't Fight at Weddings (Best Picture Editing – Comedy or Family Series)
  • Cailey Milito, ADR Editor - Northern Rescue, Episode 109, Wake Up (Best Sound Editing – Comedy or Family Series)
  • Robert Hegedus, Supervising Dialogue Editor - Heartland, Episode 1207, Running Scared (Best Sound Editing – Comedy or Family Series)

Also nominated is professor and Post-Production program co-ordinator Lara Johnston in the Best Picture Editing – Feature Film category for her work on Mouthpiece. Lara previously won a Canadian Cinema Editors Award for her work on this film.

The DGC Awards will be presented at the DGC Gala on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at The Fairmont Royal York Hotel.

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Last Day of Classes

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Mon, November 18, 2019
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