Students learn about occupations related to wellness, human development, family support, and professional standards and ethics.

Description:

Students examine fundamental attitudes, knowledge and skills to prepare for further study in career pathways in health, recreation and community services. Concepts related to the determinants of health, the dimensions of wellness, basic principles of anatomy, physiology and disease, and basic safety and reporting protocols for providing care to individuals in health, recreation, volunteer and community support settings are reviewed.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course materials developed by Mo Brenneis from Black Gold School Division

Description:

Students learn the importance of nutrition and hydration for the promotion and maintenance of physical, emotional and social health and wellness throughout life. Students evaluate food and supplement choices, the effects of activity on nutritional requirements and the use of labels to improve daily nutritional intake at all ages.

Prerequisite:

  • None

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: Students learn about the characteristics of positive mentoring relationships in their personal lives and society. Students prepare to engage in a mentoring relationship. Students apply basic mentoring skills to a mentoring relationship and explore considerations for safety related to mentoring.

Prerequisite: None

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description:

Students explore the benefits of relationships between plants, animals, and the environment as applied to the health and wellness of people.

Prerequisite:

None

*Course developed by Sheika Kolias from Rocky View School Division

Description: Students gain an appreciation for their roles in strengthening current and future family relationships and the rights, roles and responsibilities of family members throughout the family life cycle. Students examine changes that occur within a family and the required adjustments family members must make to manage changes effectively. Cultural diversities are investigated and community resources that support families are identified.

Prerequisite:

  • None 

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: Students analyze the relationship between mentoring and the wellness of individuals and communities. Students build a personal profile to prepare for their role as a mentor and demonstrate mentoring skills.

Prerequisite: HSS1050: Introduction to Mentorship

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: Students build a personal profile to engage as a mentee in a successful mentoring relationship to explore career and/or personal goals for citizenship or volunteering in their community.

Prerequisite: None

*Course Developed by Alberta Education

Description: Students demonstrate effective strategies to enhance resiliency in the context of a mentoring relationship. Students examine unique populations that commonly occur in communities and adapt mentoring activities to meet the needs of supported populations and cultural differences, including differences related to a First Nations, Métis, and Inuit (FNMI) perspective.

Prerequisite:

  • HSS2050: Becoming a Mentor

*Course Developed by Alberta Education