Durham College Certificate
Courses in the program focus on grief and bereavement issues, communication strategies and religious philosophies of dying and death from the perspective of both the dying and bereaved. Graduates of this unique program will have the skills and preparation to better understand, support and care for those facing or coping with death.
The program is ideal for individuals who work with those who are terminally ill or their families and for those who provide support or assistance to those affected by death.
Program Of Study
Students are required to print or save a copy of the Program of Study when beginning the program. This document contains critical details about program progression and graduation requirements specific to the academic year in which your program was started.
Click to access the Program of Study for the current academic year.
Students who began this program prior to the current academic year may contact the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning office at email@example.com or 905-721-3052 to obtain your Program of Study and graduation requirements.
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be equipped to:
Potential career and industry options may include:
Program Related Questions? Call 905.721.3052
If you are interested in applying for financial aid, please visit the Centre for Professional and Part-Time Learning OSAP Eligibility webpage.
|CARE 1587||Comfort Measures||Online|
|WELL 1086||Coping with Death: Counselling, Support Groups and Alternative Therapies||Online|
|CARE 1582||Ethical, Legal & Spiritual Concerns||Online|
|CARE 2583||Learning From Death and Dying||Online|
|CARE 1584||Mourning, Grief and Bereavement: Reactions and Responses to Death||Online|
|CARE 1580||Orientation to Palliative Care||Online|
|CARE 1581||Palliative Care Communications||Online|
|CARE 1583||Thanatology Introduction||Online|