The Municipal Bylaw certificate offers a course of study that is designed to meet and supplement the training needs of the municipal bylaw enforcement officer.
The program provides foundational information for those interested in pursuing the career of a municipal bylaw enforcement officer. Courses will provide the student with instruction in all areas of bylaw enforcement including common bylaws, property standards, the Planning Act and trials and committee presentations.
"I loved the time I spent at Humber College studying Municipal By-Law Enforcement. I was on parental leave when my son Ryan was born in 2004, and I decided to utilize the evening free time when my wife used to take care of the kids."
"My name is Michael, I have been working towards a career in Municipal Bylaw for many years, it is a very competitive industry and my education was minimal when I chose to pursue a career in Bylaw Enforcement."
It was especially Melinda’s motivation and positivity that gave me the confidence and determination in completing the program. I will continue towards my goal of becoming a By-Law Enforcement Officer by completing the MLEO and OAPSO courses in the spring of 2017.
Melinda Fartsalas is a Prosecutor with the Region of York.
Faculty of Social & Community Services Continuing Education
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