Posted November 08, 2018 09:58:13 The Casey Life Skills Class is designed to help students develop life skills in order to survive and thrive in the Canadian environment.
The class is offered at various levels and focuses on the following topics: 1.
Life skills 2.
Environmental knowledge 3.
Food and nutrition 4.
Home and gardening 5.
Personal safety and security 6.
Transportation and public transportation 7.
Financial literacy 8.
Food, nutrition and environmental considerations 9.
Social, recreational and occupational activities 10.
Business and personal finances 11.
Family, friends and neighbours 12.
Relationships, work and worklife 13.
Community life and community engagement 14.
Education, career and university 15.
Health and wellness 16.
Personal relationships and work relationships 17.
Health, safety and protection 18.
Health care and social care 19.
Workplace safety and safety 20.
Home care 21.
Parent-child relationships and relationships 23.
Children, adolescents and families 25.
Older adults 26.
Family relationships and family dynamics 27.
Children and youth 28.
Family and social support 29.
Children in foster care 30.
Health related problems 31.
Family support and family reconciliation 32.
Mental health and addiction 33.
Family violence and mental health 34.
Domestic violence 35.
Family resource and referral 36.
Family homelessness and crisis prevention 37.
Domestic abuse and exploitation 38.
Violence against women 39.
Health disparities 40.
Community resources 41.
Public safety and law enforcement 42.
Criminal justice systems 43.
Domestic and family violence 44.
The environment and the environment and women and girls 45.
Family life 46.
Women and children and children in care 47.
The workplace 48.
Health systems and health care 49.
The labour force 50.
Social services and welfare 51.
Aboriginal peoples 52.
Women in science and technology 53.
Women, men and girls in leadership and development 54.
Work, education and training 55.
Social justice and equity 56.
Indigenous Peoples 57.
Family justice and justice in family law 58.
Aboriginal Peoples in education and cultural heritage 59.
Community services and services for women and children 60.
Aboriginal women and Aboriginal peoples in education 61.
Aboriginal Women and men in science, technology, engineering and maths 62.
Indigenous women and Indigenous women in education 63.
Indigenous People in the arts and culture 64.
Women with disabilities 65.
Indigenous Women and Indigenous Peoples in science 66.
Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal women and women in science 67.
Indigenous and non and intersex people in science 68.
Women of colour 69.
Indigenous people in care and advocacy 70.
Aboriginal people of colour 71.
Persons with disabilities and persons with disabilities in care 72.
Aboriginal youth 73.
Indigenous youth and youth care and carers 74.
Aboriginal adults and adults in care 75.
Aboriginal persons with intellectual disability 76.
People with disabilities 77.
Persons in care for mental illness and other mental health disorders 78.
Persons on disability support and services 79.
Aboriginal Youth Support Program 80.
Family-based support programs 81.
Family programs and support services 82.
Community organizations 83.
Child development and social services 84.
Indigenous peoples 85.
Indigenous health and wellbeing 86.
Aboriginal students 87.
Aboriginal children and young people 88.
Aboriginal-related services 89.
Indigenous education and the arts 90.
Aboriginal health care 91.
Aboriginal community development and engagement 92.
Aboriginal caregiving 93.
Aboriginal housing 94.
Aboriginal social service 95.
Indigenous cultural heritage 96.
Aboriginal arts and cultures 97.
Aboriginal languages and cultures 98.
Aboriginal culture and knowledge 99.
Aboriginal music and culture 100.
Aboriginal artists and musicians 101.
Indigenous culture, society and health 102.
Indigenous language and literature 103.
Aboriginal spirituality 104.
Aboriginal elders and spiritual leaders 105.
Indigenous social justice advocacy 106.
Indigenous affairs and justice 107.
Indigenous history and culture 108.
Indigenous justice and human rights 109.
Indigenous leadership and governance 110.
Aboriginal governance and leadership 111.
Aboriginal communities and organizations 112.
Aboriginal cultural heritage 113.
Aboriginal justice 114.
Aboriginal leadership and accountability 115.
Aboriginal education 116.
Aboriginal healthcare 117.
Aboriginal nursing and allied health 118.
Aboriginal law and justice 119.
Aboriginal human rights and citizenship 120.
Aboriginal employment and social protection 121.
Aboriginal policing and justice 122.
Aboriginal public administration 123.
Aboriginal business and professional development 124.
Aboriginal environmental management 125.
Aboriginal fisheries and fishing resources 126.
Aboriginal resource management 127.
Aboriginal water resources 128.
Aboriginal forest management 129.
Aboriginal forestry and fishing resource management 130.
Aboriginal heritage resources 131.
Aboriginal knowledge and culture 132.
Aboriginal language and culture 133.
Aboriginal philosophy and religion 134.
Aboriginal religious observance 135.
Aboriginal history and philosophy 136.
Aboriginal science and research 137.
Aboriginal sports and recreation 138.
Aboriginal swimming and diving 139.
Aboriginal outdoor recreation 140.
Aboriginal leisure activities 141.
Aboriginal sport and recreation 142.
Aboriginal fishing and fishing activities 143.
Aboriginal hunting and fishing 148.
Aboriginal tourism and tourism 149.
Aboriginal travel and tourism 150.
Aboriginal agriculture and food production 151.
Aboriginal farming and food processing 152