This program is offered by the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology through First Nations and Inuit Education.
This 30-credit program is designed to provide Aboriginal school personnel advisers with a training program that will enable them to learn about the principles and practice of personnel services as generally applied in educational ...
For more information, see Certificate in First Nations and Inuit Student Personnel Services (30 credits).
Admission to Certificate in First Nations and Inuit Student Personnel
Admission to Certificate in First Nations and Inuit Student
Speak, read, and
write fluently the language of instruction as agreed upon between First Nations and Inuit Education and the contracting school board.
Hold a student
adviser position in an Aboriginal community. This may be a new appointment
concurrent with registration in the program. The position must be sufficient to
meet the practicum requirements of the program.
Be recommended by
the local education authority.
Be at least 21
years of age (except for special permission). By this means, students will
qualify for admission as Mature Students under McGill regulations, and thereby
not be required to have a Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC).
Be recommended and
selected by the school administration in collaboration with McGill personnel.
The right of final decision for acceptance of candidates rests with
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