Community Mobilization & Building Community Applied Strategies


Admission Requirements
  • Grade 12 or OSSD Equivalent
  • Mature Student
  • Textbook:
    Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Health; James F. McKenzie – Brad L. Neiger – Rosemary Thackeray
    Health Promotion in Canada – Critical Perspectives on Practice, 3rd edition-Canadian Scholar’s Press
    Principles of Health Promotion and Education 6th Edition 2015 Pearson Education
    Health: The Basics – Sixth Canadian Edition, Rebecca J. Donatelle; Pearson Publishing 2005

Course Fees: $485.00
Other Compulsory Fees: Inclusive
Course Hours: 60 Hours
Course Intake: Every Monday
Department: PT – Continuing Education


This course will build on Community Mobilization and Building Community Capacity. Students will explore numerous strategies for engaging communities as well as participator planning approaches.


North Bay Campus or Online –

Part 1: Illustrate knowledge of community mobilization ad building community capacity
Part 2: Illustrate strategies for community change and improvement
Part 3: Demonstrate the steps in undertaking a participatory planning approach
Part 4: Demonstrate engaging and empowering communities to improve their quality of life, through the application of community development values, concepts and strategies.

Skill Competencies: Demonstrate facilitating community mobilization and community capacity around shared health priorities.

Knowledge Competencies: Explain how to facilitate community mobilization and strengthening community capacity around shared health priorities using a participatory approach