|WELL 5001: Theory and Practice in Behaviour Change|
|WELL 5002: The Coaching Relationship|
|WELL 5003: Self-Advocacy|
|WELL 5004: Food and Wellness|
|WELL 5505: Mindfulness|
|WELL 5506: Health and Wellness Coaching in Practice|
|WELL 5507: Coaching for Chronic Conditions|
|WELL 5508: Designing Effective Wellness Programs|
|WELL 5509: Field Placement|
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Examine and assess the specific factors which determine health and wellness including the social, cultural and economic environment, the physical environment, and individual characteristics and behaviours in order to inform decision-making.
Apply appropriate coaching techniques in order to develop specific proactive health and wellness behaviour change interventions relevant to individual conditions, preferences, goals and stage in the life cycle.
Establish effective wellness coaching relationships and leadership in a variety of outpatient, workplace, family and community settings, based on current and emerging theoretical perspectives.
Design, implement and evaluate programs and strategies for sustainable behavioural change informed by thorough analysis of relevant determinants of health and wellness.
Coach clients towards improved nutritional decision making and self-efficacy as part of a comprehensive wellness program to optimize client outcomes.
Apply practical strategies for establishing effective wellness coaching relationships and leadership in a variety of outpatient, workplace, family and community settings, based on current and emerging theoretical perspectives.
Develop, communicate and promote the business case for wellness programming in order to garner appropriate supports.
Build coaching relationships with individuals, families and groups in order to effect empowerment and positive behaviour change to help individuals and groups benefit from appropriate health and wellness supports.
Practice within the scope of professional competence, legal, ethical and safety parameters, due diligence, and accepted wellness coaching practices.
Formulate on-going professional development strategies in order to keep practices current and relevant, to further the aims of clients and to contribute to on-going evolution of the field of wellness coaching.
A core aspect of the program is a work placement in which students secure a sponsor/mentor, determine a project, implement and evaluate the project, and practise and reflect on coaching relationships and processes. The site of the placement may be within a current employment setting or another appropriate worksite. Students are exposed to inter-professional learning, planning and leadership, coaching practice, collegiality, and collaboration. Online interactions and reflections occur with the instructor and class throughout the placement experience. This work placement consists of 225 hours.
Students will have the opportunity to engage in wellness coaching sessions with clients in the Centre for Healthy Living. These sessions will provide students with the experience to build their coaching skills.
Canadians are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of living a healthy lifestyle. Whether it is to prevent or manage disease or enhance quality of life, health and wellness are becoming a priority. Therefore, individuals and companies are beginning to look for new resources to help them promote and maintain their health. Our program gives you the skills and knowledge to help people develop their personal wellness vision and identify ways to achieve it.
The Wellness Coaching program prepares students to work in the field of health. This video explains the program and how it is uniquely designed with the working student in mind.
If you are passionate about health and wellness and helping others achieve their goals, the Wellness Coaching program and a career in this field may be for you.
Upon graduation, students are prepared to add wellness coaching to their present work role or to begin working as a health and wellness coaching professional. Employment opportunities exist in settings such as:
Canadian Health Coach Alliance
Humber College is an approved school by the Canadian Health Coach Alliance. With proof of graduation, graduates can apply for the Registered Health Coach (RHC) title. The seal signifies that Humber is in good standing with HCA and its affiliates.
Additional requirements may apply.
Note: The requirements for the additional credential(s) are determined by the granting body, which is independent from the College. Students are encouraged to obtain the specific requirements directly from the granting body before enrolling.
Exercise Science and Lifestyle Management
Credential: Ontario Graduate Certificate
Length: 3 semesters
Workplace Health and Wellness, Bachelor of Health Sciences
Credential: Honours Degree
Length: 8 semesters
Credential: Ontario Graduate Certificate
Length: 3 semesters
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Faculty of Health Sciences & Wellness News
Contest Alert - Academic Integrity!
Fri, October 08, 2021
October 20th is International Day of Action against Contract Cheating. To help promote Academic Integrity we’re hosting a contest on Instagram.
Summer 2022 ECE Field Placement Abroad
Wed, September 29, 2021
The application for the Summer 2022 Early Childhood Education Field Placement Abroad is now open!
Meet Saima Sheikh
Fri, September 24, 2021
Saima teaches with the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellness.
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