The Community Integration through Co-operative Education (CICE) program offers a combination of academic courses and cooperative education opportunities.
|Program Status:||Accepting Applications|
|Coordinator:||Joan Connolly Email|
|Credential:||Ontario College Certificate|
|Start Dates:||September 06, 2016|
|Tuition and Ancillary Fees (Domestic):||$2,514.37 per semester*|
|Tuition and Ancillary Fees (International):||Tuition not available at this time|
|* Tuition and fees subject to change.|
The CICE program is a two-year certificate program open to adults with cognitive disabilities, mild intellectual disabilities, acquired brain injury, or other related learning challenges. CICE provides students a unique opportunity to continue their education in a college environment to enhance their academic and vocational skills. The core CICE learning focuses on personal development, independence and essential employability skills which include interpersonal and workplace communications, functional mathematics, career exploration and readiness, health and wellness.
In addition to the core CICE curriculum, students choose program electives in an area of concentration from across the college. Some possible areas of focus include: recreational assistant, kitchen assistant, office administration assistant, early childhood educational assistant and hospitality/tourism assistant. If required, course learning outcomes are modified by an Integration Facilitator to match the individual student’s learning style and capabilities.
Our program has a holistic approach to each student’s development, with a strong focus on academics and applied learning experiences in the community. We support students in the following ways:
- Providing an inclusive learning experience across all areas of the college
- Strengthening independence and self-confidence in order to enhance active participation in the community
- Interacting with other students to reach personal, academic and vocational goals
- Building workplace skills through academic and vocational (applied learning) work placements
- Receiving on-the-job training from leading employers in the Peterborough area
Co-operative Education Experience
The co-operative education experiences in second, third, and fourth semester provide the opportunity to practice essential employability skills such as time management, strengthen independence and self-confidence, and practice and explore vocational goals. The goal of these experiences is to enable students to transition to volunteer or paid employment on a part-time or full-time basis.
A Police Record Check, including the Vulnerable Sector Screening is required by co-op placement agencies.
Why Choose Fleming
Minimum Admission Requirements
Possess an OSSD, OSSC or equivalent, or be 19 years of age or older on the first day of classes
Have demonstrated academic needs which require curriculum modification
Provide proof of disability
- Possess a level of independence that does not require constant support
- Be able to use transportation to and from the College and field placement locations
- Be willing to participate fully in the program
- Provide a clear police check for co-op placements
Tuition and Fees
Students pay regular college tuition and fees for 2 year programs. The program is OSAP-eligible (for those who qualify) and students are eligible to apply for bursaries administered by the Financial Aid office. For information on financial assistance for students with disabilities, see: http://www.canlearn.ca/eng/postsec/money/grants/gpd.shtml
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