|Description:||The Social Service Worker – Immigrants and Refugees program prepares you to succeed as a social service provider working with immigrants and refugees. As a graduate, you will possess knowledge and skills on the migration trends and policies in both international and national levels. This will prepare you to work with individuals, families, groups, and communities by offering case management, information and referral provisioning, community capacity building, advocacy, fundraising and proposal writing, program planning, development and evaluation.
Earn your Ontario College Diploma in Social Service Worker – Immigrants and Refugees and you’ll be prepared for careers such as a settlement counsellor or a settlement worker in schools, shelters and reception centers. You'll also be prepared to work in mainstream service agencies as social service workers as well as in ethno–specific agencies; mental health and addiction; criminal justice system or health sectors. As a social service worker your roles may include front–line practice, community work, and advocacy for social change. Graduates of the SSWI program are eligible for registration with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.