Our Programs

College Programs

Jane Norman College Faculty have delivered programs locally, nationally and internationally.  Specializing in human services, Jane Norman College faculty have the requisite educational qualifications but many have also worked in the field they are teaching.  Committed to the students and ultimately those the students will be working with, Jane Norman College faculty prepare students for the expectations of the field but also encourage dialogue between students to draw on each other’s experiences and differences.

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Early Childhood Education Diploma

The early childhood education program is a two year course (four years if completed through part time program) which prepares graduates to work in a variety of early learning environments such as preschools, playschools and daycares.

Youth Worker Diploma

The Youth Worker diploma is a two-year course which prepares graduates to work with youth in a variety of community-based situations such as juvenile justice, recreation, rehabilitation and residential youth care. 

Inclusion & Intervention Diploma

(Post-ECE Diploma) 

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. 

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Certificates 

Teacher Assistant Certificate

This program is an introduction to, and a comprehensive survey of, the field of special education. Special education is that branch of education responsible for meeting the needs of exceptional children – those who are gifted or who have impairments that affect intellectual, physical, emotional or sensory abilities.

Level One Certification Courses

Courses meeting the training requirements for individuals wishing to achieve a level 1 standing as outlined in the newly revised Day Care Standards.  

 

Adult Teaching Certificate

Best practice in adult education will be utilized by way of example when teaching course content. Students will have the opportunity to participate as well as critique the various teaching/learning methodologies from both the presenter and participant perspective.  The program will consist of  three, ½ credit (30 hour) courses.

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Location: 60 Lorne St #1, Truro, NS B2N 3K3

Telephone: (902) 893-3342

School Hours: M-F: 8am – 3pm