Community Integration through Co-operative Education

Full-Time

Course List

Term 1

CICE-1502: Transitions to Fieldwork

This course will prepare students for the three field placement experiences that are required in the CICE program during subsequent semesters. Strategies to enhance job preparedness will include discussions on student rights and responsibilities, punctuality, effective communication, safe work practices and appropriate presentation of self.

CICE-1602: Transitions to College

This course is designed to facilitate the transition of the individual into a post-secondary learning environment. The rights and responsibilities of being a student in the CICE program will be discussed. Topics to assist the student will include study skills, managing time, test-taking strategies, problem solving techniques and familiarizing students with various electronic resources. Students will also be oriented and integrated into Lambton College by exposing them to the variety of services and activities that are available to them.

GED-XXX3: General Education Elective

Course 1: Area of Concentration

Course 2: Area of Concentration

Course 3: Area of Concentration

Term 2

CICE-1022: Fieldwork A

Fieldwork-A provides the students with their first college experience in a vocational field. It is the venue for observing, identifying and incorporating the skills and theory taught in the classroom. Students will practice good work habits, such as being on time, attendance, following directions, completing work assignments, interpersonal communication and overall skill development. Students will be closely monitored and will receive regular feedback from their Supervisor, Job Coach and the CICE Employment Liaison.

CICE-1033: Self Awareness and Advocacy

Students will gain an understanding of the necessity of self-awareness in order to successfully advocate for themselves and to seek resources to support them in the workplace and/or community. Reflections on student experiences, conflict resolution strategies, and suggestions for effective participation in the workplace and/or community will be exchanged. Students will develop a wellness plan to promote a healthy, balanced life style.

Course 4: Area of Concentration

Course 5: Area of Concentration

Course 6: Area of Concentration

Term 3

CICE-2002: Fieldwork B

Fieldwork-B Allows students to further develop sound work habits and interpersonal skills as they progress through training and work towards greater independence in the position. Specific student goals are created at the onset of the field placement and used as the basis of discussion and growth throughout the semester. Students will receive feedback from their Supervisor, Job Coach and the CICE Employment Liaison and work on areas which need improvement.

CICE-2013: Personal and Professional Growth

This course will allow the student to reflect upon the development of the whole person and to promote personal and professional growth. It will assist the student in developing skills necessary to effectively participate in a group environment by accepting and appreciating diversity. Students will continue to expand their skills in advocacy and self-determination.

Course 7: Area of Concentration

Course 8: Area of Concentration

Course 9: Area of Concentration

Term 4

CICE-2022: Fieldwork C

Fieldwork-C students will continue to enhance interpersonal communication, improve upon their vocational skills and solidify sound work habits. Students will be given the opportunity to develop employment skills in order to prepare them for the working world. Students will continue to seek feedback on a weekly basis from their Supervisor, Job Coach and the CICE Employment Liaison.

CICE-2033: Transitions to Community

This course will assist the student in developing strategies for seeking employment, preparing for interviews, and practice interview techniques. Students will learn how to write a cover letter and resume. Students will also learn about agencies and services available to them to support transition to the community.

Course 10: Area of Concentration

Course 11: Area of Concentration

Course 12: Area of Concentration

Each term, three courses will be selected from the student's area of concentration. Course selection will take place in consultation with a Learning Specialist.

Courses will be selected from within the post-secondary programs. Apprenticeship and part-time studies courses are not options for CICE students.

Program Maps

Current Students

Current students can view program maps from previous years on the mylambton website. 

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Program Information
519-541-2403
info@lambtoncollege.ca

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CICE Program
ciceprogram@lambtoncollege.ca


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