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Please note individuals interested in the Driver and Traffic Safety Education course (HMNS-2290) should contact Monica Russell in the Center for Workforce and Community Education Department by calling 401-825-1214. Students should leave their name and contact information. As soon as there is enough interest the course will be scheduled.
Please note we are no longer offering Activity Professional Courses. For information on obtaining certification please visit the website for (NCCAP) National Certification Council for Activities Professionals www.nccap.org/about/educators
The Human Services Club provides students and faculty the opportunity to broaden their understanding of the field of human services. Club meetings are held bi-monthly from September to May. [Learn more]
HMNS-8110 Juvenile Delinquency: Prevention, Causes & Treatment Skills
This course examines the causes, prevention, and interventions of juvenile offending from a contemporary developmental perspective. It examines how the juvenile is influenced by multiple systems within the social environment, issues of resilience, and ego strength, strategies for prevention, intervention and treatment. Multiple perspectives are considered throughout, presenting cutting-edge information from current practices to current research. Additionally, causes and treatment for juvenile gangs, and child and adolescent psychopathy will be addressed.
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