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This program is designed to provide individuals with developmental disabilities and other significant learning challenges with the opportunity to experience college life, pursue a postsecondary education and develop skills that will help them prepare for employment. Students will engage with their peers in courses specific to the CICE program. Having chosen an individual vocational direction, each student will attend academic courses with their college peers. The support of a Learning Facilitator will be provided. The Learning Facilitator may attend classes, provide follow-up study skills, test preparation, and support course modifications when necessary.
CICE core curricula will include subjects covering communications, job and life skills, and human relations. Academic courses will be elective in nature and may be chosen from a variety of programs. Additional vocational areas may be added as the program progresses and grows. Work placement will help CICE students to develop and/or enhance vocational skills and involvement within their community. It is a goal that graduates will be able to function more independently and ideally, transition to volunteer or paid employment on a part-time or full-time basis.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma
OR Ontario Secondary School Certificate or equivalent
OR Mature Student Status
This is a HIGH-INTEREST program and has the potential to become oversubscribed. Applicants are advised to apply before February 1st. See Admission Procedures for details.
Many employers who provide our field placement settings require a clear POLICE RECORD CHECK for criminal offences with vulnerable sector screening before accepting a student into their field placement setting. The record check MUST be obtained by the student at the student's expense. If you are unable to obtain this police clearance by mid-September, it may jeopardize the opportunity to complete your field placements in your area of academic concentration.
Placements will be completed at a variety of locations and may include day or afternoon shifts.
The dress code for field placement is business casual or as indicated by an employer.
Accepted applicants must supply proof of a satisfactory medical examination and immunization prior to program entry.
Please be advised that lack of documented immunizations may result in limitation of field placement opportunities.
The curriculum below is for incoming students:
|CIC100||Transition To College & Work||2|
|CIC102||Introduction To Computer Use||2|
|CIC103||Recreational Activities I||2|
|CIC104||Academic Concentration #1||3|
|CIC105||Academic Concentration #2||3|
|CIC152||Strategies For Getting/Keeping A Job||2|
|CIC153||Recreational Activities II||2|
|CIC154||Academic Concentration #3||3|
|CIC155||Academic Concentration #4||3|
|CIC150||Field Placement 1||5|
|CIC203||Recreational Activities III||2|
|CIC204||Academic Concentration #5||3|
|CIC205||Academic Concentration #6||3|
|CIC200||Field Placement 2||5|
|CIC251||Transition To Community & Work||2|
|CIC252||Relationships & Personal Issues||2|
|CIC253||Academic Concentration #7||3|
|CIC254||Academic Concentration #8||3|
|CIC250||Field Placement 3||5|
Community Integration through Cooperative Education (Ontario College Certificate) (MTCU Code59650)
The successful completion of this program will enable the graduate to: