Mental Health and Addictions

Admission Requirements Program Structure  Schedule and Fees 

Keyano College is offering professional development training opportunities for individuals working in human, health and social  service related sectors in the Wood Buffalo region.   The workshops currently offered are centered around mental health and addictions with a specific focus on trauma.  Workshops include online course work combined with multiple learning circles, where participants engage with other professionals to further explore and discuss course concepts.

Admission Requirements

To enroll in a Keyano College Continuing Education course, you must be 18 years of age or older.  

  • There are no other prerequisite's to participate in these courses. 

Program Structure

Note: Course delivery style to be determined for Fall 2021 courses. 

For virtual delivery, all course materials will be posted on Moodle, and you will be able to access them prior to your course start date.  Please email Continuing Education or call 780-799-0535  if you don’t know your Keyano log in credential.

Courses

Trauma and Brain Development

15 hours Learning Circles plus online modules  

During this five week course, participants will complete the free modules in the Brain Story certification (19 in total) provided by the Alberta Family Wellness Initiative and participate in five facilitated learning circles (one per week).  During these learning circles, participants will further explore the concepts included in the Brain Story modules and engage in discussions that will focus on local context, including our youth and indigenous populations.

Visit Alberta Family Wellness website for a course overview

Note: This training qualifies participants to receive 10 AACSW credits

Alberta Family Wellness Initiative logoBrain story certification logo

Foundational Trauma Informed Care  

9 hours Learning Circles plus online modules

During this three week course, participants will complete the free E-learning modules (6 in total) found on the AHS Website, and  then participate in three facilitated learning circles (one per week). 

During these learning circles, participants will further explore the concepts included in the AHS modules and engage in discussions that will focus on local context, including our local youth and Indigenous populations. 

Visit the Alberta Health Services website for course overview.

www.albertahealthservices.ca

Trauma Informed Care (TIC)

 Alberta Health Services

Schedule 2021 - 2022

Course   Code Semester Course Name Date/Day Time Room Tuition
CEMHA 101 Winter Trauma and Brain Development Mar 2nd - Mar 30, 2022
    Wed. 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
6:30pm - 9:30pm BL144 $199
CEMHA 100 Spring Foundational Trauma Informated Care  May 4 - May 18  2022
    Wed
    6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
6:30pm - 9:30pm BL144 $99.00

Registration

For more information or to register, please call 780-799-0535 or email the School of Continuing Education.

Please complete the registration form and send to continuing@keyano.ca.

Individual Registration Form
Group Registration Form