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  1. Child and Youth WorkerAdvisory Committee CE – June 9, 2005 Pat Anderchek

  2. OACYC – June 1, 2 & 3

  3. Numbers _____________________________________ • 12 in first two years • 9 in final years • 7 in summer placements

  4. Faculty _____________________________________ Audrey Morrison Jim Telfer Dianne Wdowczyk Cathy Stefanelli Nelson Mota Sue Hysert Mark Felvus Kamille Tenbrink Sean Flaherty Pat Anderchek

  5. CAAT - CYW • Represent group at table to build a National CYW Education Consortium • CYW Educator’s Website development, history, learning resources

  6. Partnerships • Provincial Conference • BC Consortium - Western Consortium - National Consortium • National Standards Committee - Funding Proposal • Child Abuse Council -Education Committee • Learning objects -Ryerson, UVic, Grant MacEwan

  7. Articulation • Guelph - hopeful - 4 by 4

  8. Future Directions _____________________________________ • Fall 2005 -Intro CYC – primarily distance delivery • one course per semester • -3 - 4 years for initial development • other courses increased blended delivery with self-directed learning activities • CE policy development -open admission -agency staff attendance options -clear CE pre-requisites

  9. Challenges _____________________________________ • Day program changes and policy development • Course Development for distance delivery -real costs & time • Ongoing faculty support and development • Enrollment • Transition

  10. _____________________________________ Questions? _____________________________________