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In the Health Sciences Continuing Education program, we're dedicated to providing high-quality distance, classroom and workplace-based education, training and services for people and organizations. We view training from a global perspective, training tomorrow's leaders today.
We believe professional development is an essential part of maintaining ongoing competency and skill training in health and human services fields. Our health courses, programs and customized training are designed to meet the learning needs of the future as identified by professionals, paraprofessionals, health care workers and employers.
We provide a College transcript for all of our courses and programs. Come join us in learning with dynamic instructors who teach the most current employment competencies for your field of study.
We are proud to announce the launch of a new program, Mental Health First Aid for Seniors (CACC 160). The content of this course was developed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada, and is delivered by Douglas College faculty members who are certified instructors for Mental Health First Aid for Seniors. The course “is intended to increase the capacity of seniors, families (informal caregivers), friends, staff in care settings and communities to promote mental health in seniors, prevent mental illness and suicide wherever possible in seniors and intervene early when problems first emerge.” (Mental Health Commission of Canada). Registration is easy: simply call Continuing Education Registration at 604-527-5472 and quote course registration number by date & location:
May 24/25 - CRN 21293 (New Westminster Campus) - Registration opens Mar 18/19 & deadline to register is: May 17/19
Credential earned: Certificate
Certificate programs are a cluster of courses with defined learning outcomes and evaluative components. A minimum grade of 60 percent is required in each course. A Douglas College Continuing Education Certificate is issued upon successful completion. Courses may ladder or act as prerequisites to other education courses and programs.
Certificate in Community Mental Health (CCMH)
Certificate in Emergency Mental Health
(RN) Registered Nurse Mental Health Nursing Certificate
LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) Mental Health Nursing Certificate
Psychiatric Nursing Refresher Certificate
RN Qualifying Certificate in Psychiatric Nursing (for internationally-trained nurses)
Credential earned: Continuing Education Course Certificate
Health Data Classification Refresher
Release of Information (ROI)
Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Introduction to Mental Health (IMH)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
PSR for Managers
English for Health Care Professionals
Therapeutic Relationships in Mental Health
Assessment and Promotion of Mental Health
Disorders of Mental Health
Common Physiological Concerns in Mental Health
Professional Practice in Mental Health Nursing
Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
Health Promotion and Prevention
Customized Training is available. Contact Edith Kirkpatrick, Coordinator, Health and Community Studies at 604 777 6528 or email@example.com for more information.
For general information about programs and courses or to register, contact:
Michelle Balogh - firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 604 777 6527