Partnership and Collaboration Strategies Applied

COURSE INFORMATION:

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
    Canadian Community As Partner 4th Edition – ch 20,21 – Theory and Multi-disciplinary Practice Ardene Robinson


Course Fees: $975.00
Other Compulsory Fees: Inclusive
Course Hours: 60 Hours
Course Intake: Every Monday
Department: PT – Continuing Education
Registration: Nativetc.com



COURSE OVERVIEW

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.


TRAINING LOCATIONS

North Bay Campus or Online – www.nativetc.com


Part 1: Illustrate knowledge of partnership and collaboration fundamentals
Part 2: Demonstrate strategies to organize and maintain over time a group of individuals and professionals around a common cause, working together to achieve a unified goal
Part 3: Illustrate the essentials of promoting healthy partnerships with schools
Part 4: Demonstrate promoting health partnerships with faith communities
Part 5: Demonstrate promoting partnerships with other groups and organizations in your community
Part 6: Apply the six steps of the collaborative development process

Skill Competencies: Employ partnership and collaboration strategies to work effectively with community members and stakeholders across sectors to enhance the impact and sustainability of health promotion action.

Knowledge Competencies: Discuss partnership and collaboration strategies to work effectively with community members and stakeholders across sectors to enhance the impact and sustainability of health promotion action.