A Tapestry of Relational Child and Youth Care Competencies
This foundational resource is the first to explicitly detail the Child and Youth Care (CYC) core competencies for students preparing to take the Child and Youth Care-Professional (CYC-P) certification exam. Designed according to the Child and Youth Care Certification Board (CYCCB), this book offers a comprehensive review of the five domains of CYC practitioner competencies: professionalism, cultural and human diversity, applied human development, relationship and communication, and developmental practice methods. Pedagogical tools bring concepts to life through critical discussion and reflection. The text is packed with tables, chapter learning outcomes, reflection questions, end-of-chapter reference lists, glossary terms, definitions from the CYCCB, and real world case studies. A unique and practical textbook, this is an indispensable resource for introductory courses in child and youth care programs.
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6.75" x 9.75”
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—Heather Snell, Lecturer, Child and Youth Care Programs, University of Strathclyde, Ryerson University, member of Child and Youth Care Accreditation Board – Research & Education Committees, and editor of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice
—Peter Hoag B.A., Dip. C.S., CYC-P, Professor, Child and Youth Care Program, Sheridan College