Community Health Worker (noncredit) - Certificate
The Community Health Worker Certificate of Completion provides students with health education, care management, and client advocacy in both community-based and health car settings. CHWs serve a two-way bridge between communities and key health and social resources. They play a vital role in reducing health inequalities among under-served communities by reducing barriers to access in a culturally appropriate way.
SEARCH CURRENT CLASS SCHEDULE Please note not all classes are offered each semester.
Program Learning Outcomes:
- Students will describe public health concepts and information for health promotion.
- Students will assess and integrate professional skills necessary for employment in the CHW field.
- Students will evaluate and implement entry-level proficiency in CHW core competencies for working effectively with diverse individuals’ groups and communities.
To earn this certificate, students must complete the minimum required courses with a grade of C (or P) or better.
Core Curriculumn Courses (Required):
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The ability to write accurate sentences and paragraphs is required in order to place into the credit English program, to successfully complete college-level coursework, to improve employment skills, and/or to reach personal goals.