Health, Community & Social Justice
Health Community & Social Justice prepares students and professionals to contribute to the health, safety and well-being of others at work, at home, and in the community.
Using experiential learning, simulations and interdisciplinary programs and courses, we’re providing the foundations for today’s skilled practitioners and tomorrow’s leaders.
The Centre for Counselling & Community Safety provides practical training for those working in care facilities and community safety roles. Our programs promote health, safety and well-being for individuals and communities.
The Centre for Conflict Resolution equips its students with the skills needed to effectively respond to and resolve issues related to conflict within organizations, workplaces, communities and families.
The Centre for Counselling & Community Safety provides practical training for those working in counselling roles. Our programs teach professionals how to protect, support and empower the vulnerable, including children, youth, adults, families and communities, affected by traumatic life situations.
At JIBC’s Centre for Leadership, emerging and experienced leaders learn practical strategies and new approaches to help them effectively lead and manage teams and organizations while planning for the future.
The Paramedic Academy trains first responders, emergency medical responders and paramedics to treat patients in the community, at the workplace or in their homes. The Primary Care and Advanced Care programs are the only paramedic programs in BC accredited by Accreditation Canada.
Working with a diverse set of partners and clients in the healthcare field, the Centre for Professional Health Education provides professional development and continuing education to health and emergency caregivers with a focus on life support practices.