A diploma in Police Foundations prepares you for a career in Provincial/Municipal police agencies, Public and private law enforcement agencies, Canadian military, Corrections, and Border Services. Skills you will learn include Criminology, Criminal and civil law, Fitness and lifestyle management, Forensics.
OCAS Program Code: N/A (Register through Admissions)
Credential Awarded: Ontario College Diploma
Awarding Institution: OSHKI-WENJACK / Canadore College
Program Length: 4 Semesters
Start Date: September 2019*
*start dates are subject to change
1. Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent) with courses from the College (C) , University (U), University/College (U/C) or Open (O) preparation levels. Required Courses: Grade 12 College or University preparation English, Grade 11 College preparation Mathematics.
2. Or appropriate credits for the Academic and Career Entrance Program (ACE).
3. Mature Student Status - to be eligible for Mature Student status, an applicant must be a minimum of 19 years of age, be out of school for one year and successfully complete the prescribed Canadian Adult Achievement Test (CAAT).
Applicants must meet the admission requirements for the Police Foundations program delivered by Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Education & Training Institute. As part of the admissions process each applicant must submit the following:
1. An Oshki-Pimache-O-Win Program Application Form.
2. Official transcript(s) from the last institution attended.
3. Proof of post-secondary sponsorship in the form of a written letter which states the name of the student, the program of study and the duration of sponsorship.
The tuition fee for the 2017-2018 academic year will be announced at a later date, due to tuition changes on a yearly basis.
SLJ 101 Intro to Canadian Criminal Justice
SLJ 102 Criminology I
SOC 100 Foundations in Sociology
CMM 125 College Communications
PSY 100 Foundations in Psychology
SLJ 104 Careers in Criminal Justice
PFP 106 Ethics in Law Enforcement
PFP 108 Fitness & Lifestye Management I
SLJ 305 Youth in Conflict
HUM 200 Group Dynamics
CMM 230 Workplace Communication
GEN ED General Education Elective Online.
PFP 205 Canadian Politics & Public Admin
PFP 206 Community & Social Services
PFP 210 Introduction to Forensics
PFP 208 Fitness & Lifestyle Management II
SLJ 304 Issues in Diversity & First Nations
PFP 301 Criminal & Civil Law
PFP 302 Criminal Code I
PFP 303 Police Powers I
PFP 304 Interviewing & Investigations
PFP 306 Community Policing I
PFP 307 Traffic Management I
PFP 308 Fitness & Lifestyle Management III
PFP 401 Provincial Offences
PFP 402 Criminal Code & Federal Statues
PFP 403 Police Powers II
PFP 410 Crime Scene Analysis & Reconstruction
PFP 405 Conflict Management
PFP 406 Community Policing II
PFP 407 Traffic Management II
PFP 408 Career Fitness Testing
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