The Personal Planning course provides students with the knowledge and skills to set individualized goals and career goals, along with a process of reaching and maintaining them.
Date First Offered:
Total Hours: 30
Lecture Hours: 15
This course is offered online:
Individual Personal Action Plans
P.A.T.H or plan
Upon completion of the course, the learner will be able to:
Write personal action plans
Demonstrate (in writing) a process for setting goals including steps for reaching and maintaining them.
Complete a P.A.T.H. or similar plan in written form that provides steps for reaching and measuring their established outcomes
Assignments: 20 %
Participation: 30 %
Other: 50 %
Number of Assignments:
Nature of Participation:
Attentive and able to follow instructions, participates in a group environment, has a positive attitude towards fellow students and instructor, participates and interacts in classroom discussions, punctual for class.
Percentage of Individual Work:
Percentage of Group Work:
Course Offered in Other Programs:
The assignment for this course is an action and goal plan.
Optional - Support materials provided by instructor, 2000, Discovering Life Skills - Volumes 1-8 (YWCA). Chapters Covered: Varies
Optional - Support Materials provided by instructor, 2000, Employability Skills Curriculum (ASPECT). Chapters Covered: All
Optional - Support Materials provided by instructor, 2004, Portfolio for Youth (Human Resources and Skills Development Canada). Chapters Covered: Varies