Trauma Interventions and Prevention Certificate

Career Certificate
Cost
$7,788*

A trauma-informed approach to care

Walk alongside survivors of trauma as you lead them to hope and healing. Make a positive difference in your community with the specialized knowledge and skills you obtain with this certificate.

Start this program if you already have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in human services, social work, counseling or another approved field. Or complete the associate degree in trauma interventions and prevention if you have less than a bachelor’s degree.

What can you do with a Certificate in Trauma Interventions and Prevention?

Start to help people in need right away. Work in counseling centers, treatment facilities, rape crisis centers and more.

You need a master’s degree to do clinical work or get an advanced role in social work or counseling. After further education, you can begin a career in any of the following:

Start right away as a:

  • casework aide
  • paraprofessional
  • residential aide

After further education, you can become a:

  • social worker
  • counselor
  • caseworker

Highlights

  • National Addiction Studies Accreditation Commission

    This program is commended for excellence in the preparation of the 21st-century addictions professional workforce.
  • WIOA Program

  • 100% Online

    Can be completed 100% online.
  • Financial Aid/Scholarships Available

    Based on need and/or achievement. Explore ways to pay for college.
  • Career Certificate

    Earn a career certificate in 1 year or less to refine your skills into an in-demand career.
  • Program Length: 1.5 Years

    Full-time students can complete in 1.5 years.

Career Outlook

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A College & Career Navigator (CCN) is ready to answer your questions and assist with your application, academic program selection, class enrollment and connecting you with resources as needed, making your journey at CLC smoother.

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Recommended Pathway

This pathway serves as a guide for students to complete the degree or certificate assuming full-time enrollment (registered in 12 or more credit hours per semester) with Semester 1 typically representing a Fall term. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their College and Career Navigator (CCN) to identify coursework that will meet degree requirements based on individual academic goals. For a more inclusive list of course options, see the college catalog.

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  • Credit for prior learning available
  • Dual credit options available
  • Global citizenship
  • Online/Virtual options available
  • Course Code Course Title Credits Course Highlights
    CLC 120 2
    HUS 121 3
    HUS 123 3
    HUS 128 3
    HUS 140 3
    HUS 231 3
    • Course Code CLC 120
      Course Title
      Credits 2
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 121
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 123
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 128
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 140
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 231
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
  • Course Code Course Title Credits Course Highlights
    HUS 134 4
    HUS 234 3
    HUS 154 2
    SWK 228 3
    • Course Code HUS 134
      Course Title
      Credits 4
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 234
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 154
      Course Title
      Credits 2
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code SWK 228
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
  • Course Code Course Title Credits Course Highlights
    HUS 219 4
    HUS 232 4
    HUS 236 3
    HUS 152 2
    • Course Code HUS 219
      Course Title
      Credits 4
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 232
      Course Title
      Credits 4
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 236
      Course Title
      Credits 3
      Course Highlights
    • Course Code HUS 152
      Course Title
      Credits 2
      Course Highlights

Total Credit Hours

40


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*Cost includes tuition and other fees, including books and materials before financial aid is applied, such as grants, loans or scholarships. There are many opportunities for financial assistance at CLC. Learn more about Cost of Attendance.

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