Inclusion and Intervention Diploma Courses
The Inclusion and Intervention Diploma is an advance level program. The pre-requisite requirement is that applicants are graduates of a recognized early childhood program or who have been deemed equivalent by the Institute's Academic and Admisssions Review Committee. The diploma consists of 5 courses and supervised field placements. After completing all program requirements participants will be awarded the Inclusion and Intervention Diploma. All text books are included in tuition.
SEI 3003 Inclusion and Early Intervention
An examination of the history and current status of inclusive early years’ programs. Students will study the various aspects of successful inclusion and the short and long term benefits of such programs.
SEI 3013 Inclusion and Early Intervention: Practical Application
Making inclusive programs work involves many factors. Several of these factors will be addressed as will practical programming information.
SEI 3006 Communication Concerns
Students will examine communication and sensorimotor concerns. Numerous communication problems will be examined with the aim to develop an understanding of each. Practical suggestions for assessment, programming and evaluation will be addressed.
SEI 3016 Differences in Learning & Behaviour
Conditions and disorders that affect children’s ability to learn will be the focus of this course. Practical suggestions for assessment, programming and evaluation will be addressed.
SEI 3026 Physical Differences
Students will study the physical conditions and disabilities that affect young children. Practical suggestions for assessment, programming and evaluation will be addressed.
SEI 3036 Supervised Practicum
Each student is required to complete 400 hours of placement in an early years’ inclusive setting. Placements are arranged and evaluated by the practicum supervisor.
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