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COMP-1343A+ Certification-Software50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$419.44 
PSYC-1045Abnormal Psychology51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
ACCT-3036Accounting 1-Inter20LC22 Sep 1515 Dec 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$493.50 
ACCT-3037Accounting 2-Inter20LC12 May 1520 Aug 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15SCE$570.30 
20LC08 Sep 1517 Dec 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$585.60 
ACCT-1089Accounting Basics 152LC02 Jul 1510 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
ACCT-3043Accounting Basics 252LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
ACCT-5015Accounting-Adv50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
ACCT-3005ACCPAC40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
COMP-1437Adobe InDesign Basics50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
COMP-1146Adobe Photoshop50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
EDUC-1059Adult Learning51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
HLTH-1048Advanced Footcare60LC03 Jun 1505 Jun 15Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusLecture15SCE$548.00Register
AEST-9034Advanced Waxing Technique (brazilian)60LC20 Jun 1520 Jun 15Sat10:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$193.00Register
HLTH-9293Advanced Wound Care60LC23 May 1530 May 15Sat9:30AM - 4:30PMLondon CampusWorkshops15SCE$224.00 
MECH-9007Air Brake Endorsement (z)01LC09 Sep 1512 Sep 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
01WC18 Sep 1519 Sep 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
02LC06 May 1509 May 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00 
02LC30 Sep 1503 Oct 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
02SC22 May 1523 May 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class15SCE$300.00 
02ST27 May 1530 May 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
02WC22 May 1523 May 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00 
02WC23 Oct 1524 Oct 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
03LC10 Jun 1513 Jun 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
03LC14 Oct 1517 Oct 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
03SC19 Jun 1520 Jun 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
03ST24 Jun 1527 Jun 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
03WC19 Jun 1520 Jun 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
03WC20 Nov 1521 Nov 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
04LC08 Jul 1511 Jul 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
04LC28 Oct 1531 Oct 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
04SC17 Jul 1518 Jul 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteLecture15SCE$300.00Register
04ST22 Jul 1525 Jul 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
04WC17 Jul 1518 Jul 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
05LC05 Aug 1508 Aug 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
05LC11 Nov 1514 Nov 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
05SC21 Aug 1522 Aug 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteLecture15SCE$300.00Register
05ST19 Aug 1522 Aug 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
05WC21 Aug 1522 Aug 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$300.00Register
06LC25 Nov 1528 Nov 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
07LC16 Dec 1519 Dec 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$300.00 
CIVL-1050Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Inspection50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
COMM-1084American Sign Language 10101LC21 Sep 1530 Nov 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$217.20 
01SC06 May 1515 Jul 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$212.10 
02LC23 Sep 1525 Nov 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$217.20 
COMM-1085American Sign Language 10201LC24 Sep 1526 Nov 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$217.20 
COMM-3034American Sign Language 20201LC21 Sep 1530 Nov 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$217.20 
ANAT-1026Anatomy & Physiology 1 for RPNs50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
50LCI12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$634.00 
51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
ANAT-3004Anatomy & Physiology 2 for RPNs52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
HLTH-9167Angel Healing01ST02 Jun 1509 Jun 15Tue7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15SCE$47.81Register
BSCI-1233Anger Management50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$341.83 
BSCI-6001Applied Behaviour Analysis-Intro50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$467.20 
FNDR-1010Applied Fundraising Practices50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
ACCT-1077Applied QuickBooks40LC11 May 1510 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$283.74 
40LC14 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$290.88 
ACCT-1072Applied Simply Accounting for Windows03SC13 Jul 1506 Aug 15Mon/Tue/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 12:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$283.74Register
40LC11 May 1510 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$283.74 
40LC14 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$290.88 
HLTH-9300Aromatheraphy01SC06 May 1506 May 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$59.00 
MGMT-6006Art of Negotiation05KN26 May 1514 Jul 15Tue/Thr6:30PM - 9:30PMKincardine LHLC SiteIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
40LC11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
ARTS-1081Art Through the Ages50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$373.56 
HLTH-1108Assembly, Wrapping & Packing40LC02 Nov 1529 Nov 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$180.36 
41LC04 Aug 1531 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$176.28Register
EDUC-1060Assessment & Evaluation51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
BSCI-1064Assistive Technology Fundamentals50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$355.65 
ACCT-3025Auditing 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
BSCI-6002Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
CADD-3018AutoCAD Intermediate01LC25 May 1524 Jun 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$212.10Register
AUTO-1020Automotive Service Advisor 152LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
AUTO-3003Automotive Service Advisor 252LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
HLTH-9281Backyard Herbal Remedies01WC10 Jun 1517 Jun 15Wed6:00PM - 8:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$48.67Register
FDMG-9184Barbeque Gourmet60WC04 Jun 1504 Jun 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMWoodstock Campus Off SiteIn-Class15SCE$48.67Register
HLTH-1006Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology10ST21 Sep 1530 Sep 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 3:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15FCE$309.30 
10WC11 May 1505 Jun 15Mon/Fri9:00AM - 3:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65 
NRSG-1001Basic Electrocardiography40LC05 May 1502 Jun 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$182.25 
40LC16 Sep 1514 Oct 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$186.50 
NRSG-1046Basic Footcare for Nurses60LC01 Jun 1502 Jun 15Mon/Tue9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusLecture15SCE$305.00Register
BEVR-1019Beer Enthusiast-Level 101LC09 Jun 1530 Jun 15Tue6:30PM - 9:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$367.00Register
RECN-9139Beginner & Basic Golf for Women02LC16 Jun 1521 Jul 15Tue6:00PM - 7:00PMLondon Campus Off SitePracticum15SCE$222.00Register
ARTS-9040Beginners Drawing60ST04 Nov 1516 Dec 15Wed6:30PM - 9:30PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLaboratory15FCE 
BSCI-6015Behavioural Skill Building50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$467.20 
MGMT-1227Benefits Administration50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
PFLP-1018Border Services50LC12 May 1531 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$276.16 
ECED-6002Brain Development & Attachment50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$319.83 
NRSG-1066Breastfeeding for Health Care Providers01LC08 Jun 1522 Jun 15Mon9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteIn-Class15SCE$164.90Register
01LC23 Nov 1507 Dec 15Mon10:00AM - 4:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteIn-Class15FCE$168.30 
MGMT-1194Building&Maintaining Customer Relations50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56 
BUSI-1153Business Analysis-Intro50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
FINA-1007Business Finance20LC25 May 1529 Jul 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15SCE$391.20Register
20LC28 Sep 1502 Dec 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$401.40 
SYST-3002Business Information Systems20LC10 Sep 1517 Dec 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$309.30 
LAWS-1013Business Law04GD24 Nov 1515 Dec 15Tue/Thr9:00AM - 3:00PMGoderich LHLC SiteIn-Class15FCE$309.30 
40LC11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
40LCI11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$595.50 
LAWS-1061Business Law51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
MATH-1052Business Math03SC15 Jun 1510 Jul 15Mon/Tue/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 12:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
04GD29 Oct 1519 Nov 15Tue/Thr9:00AM - 3:00PMGoderich LHLC SiteIn-Class15FCE$309.30 
20LC12 May 1518 Aug 15Tue6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15SCE$301.65 
20LC08 Sep 1515 Dec 15Tue6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$309.30 
40LC12 May 1518 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC08 Sep 1515 Dec 15London CampusBlended15FCE$309.30 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$355.65Register
MGMT-1226Business Mgmt-Organizational Behaviour51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
55LC12 May 1530 Jun 15Tue/ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
COMP-1090Business Microcomputer Applications03SC17 Jun 1505 Aug 15Wed/Wed9:00AM - 4:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
40LC11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
41LC08 Jun 1514 Sep 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65Register
41LC07 Oct 1520 Jan 16London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
FINA-3035Business Tax03SC01 Sep 1528 Sep 15Mon/Tue/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 12:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
40LC13 May 1519 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC09 Sep 1516 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
WRIT-1059Business Writing Strategies51LC01 Jun 1507 Sep 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
COMP-1344C# Programming-Intro50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
CRIM-1033Canadian Criminal Justice System50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
MTNC-5002Capstone-Module 801LC09 Jul 1510 Sep 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$645.50Register
REFR-9002CFC/HCFC/HFC Certification01LC12 Sep 1512 Sep 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$200.00 
02LC23 May 1523 May 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$200.00 
02LC17 Oct 1517 Oct 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$200.00 
03LC20 Jun 1520 Jun 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$200.00Register
03LC14 Nov 1514 Nov 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$200.00 
04LC18 Jul 1518 Jul 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$200.00Register
05LC15 Aug 1515 Aug 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$200.00Register
ECED-1056Child Development 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
ECED-1072Children With Special Needs50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56 
INFO-1134Cisco Certified Network Associate 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$526.90 
EDUC-1052Classroom Skills50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
HLTH-1146Clinical Experience01LC02 Jun 1529 Jul 15Tue/Wed7:00AM - 7:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteIn-Class15SCE$1227.00Register
03GC13 Jul 1505 Sep 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri7:30AM - 3:30PMIn-Class15SCE$1227.00Register
NRSG-1063Clinical Pre-Readiness 225GC29 Jun 1510 Jul 15Mon/Thr/Fri8:00AM - 5:00PMIn-Class15SCE$575.68Register
HLTH-9226Clinical Trials-Intro62LC19 Sep 1520 Sep 15Sat/Sun9:00AM - 5:00PMLondon CampusLecture15FCE$122.50 
BUSI-1152Coaching & Developing People50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
BSCI-1205Comfort Measures50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
WRIT-1060Comm & Investigative Report Writing50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
COMM-1053Communication I51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
COMM-1112Communication in Dementia Care50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$252.28 
COMM-1101Communications50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
CRIM-1013Communications 250LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
MGMT-1031Compensation & Benefits40LC13 May 1519 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC09 Sep 1516 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
MGMT-1222Compensation Management51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
CADD-1073Computer-Aided Drafting 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
ACCT-1094Computerized Accounting07CL14 Sep 1516 Nov 15Mon9:00AM - 3:00PMClinton SiteIn-Class15FCE$340.00 
09KN03 Nov 1526 Nov 15Tue/Thr9:30AM - 3:30PMKincardine LHLC SiteIn-Class15FCE$340.00 
10WC09 Jun 1507 Jul 15Tue/Fri9:00AM - 3:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$331.50Register
COMP-1128Computerized Billing09KN29 Jun 1503 Aug 15Mon9:30AM - 3:30PMKincardine LHLC SiteIn-Class15SCE$247.92Register
10ST11 Sep 1518 Sep 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 3:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15FCE$254.04 
10WC08 Jul 1512 Aug 15Wed9:00AM - 3:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$247.92Register
COMP-1393Computers in Education50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
CRIM-1022Conflict Management50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56 
CONS-1055Construction Blueprints & Methods50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$341.83 
MGMT-3023Contemporary Issues in Human Relations40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
SPAN-9005Conversational Spanish60ST13 Oct 1501 Dec 15Tue6:30PM - 9:30PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15FCE$154.11 
SPAN-3004Conversational Spanish 260ST05 Oct 1514 Dec 15Mon6:30PM - 9:30PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15FCE$173.25 
BUSI-1147Copyright-Intro50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$266.10 
NRSG-1064Coronary Care 1-RN50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
ACCT-3022Cost Accounting 103SC28 Sep 1509 Oct 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri/Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri1:00AM - 4:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
20LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$309.30 
40LC11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
40LCI11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$595.50 
BSCI-1096Counselling: Theory and Practice50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$295.95 
HLTH-9215CPR (Level C or HCP) & AED01ST13 Jun 1513 Jun 15Sat9:00AM - 3:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusWorkshops15SCE$62.50Register
60LC11 Sep 1511 Sep 15Fri8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$62.50 
61LC06 May 1506 May 15Wed8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusWorkshops15SCE$62.50 
61LC12 Oct 1512 Oct 15Mon8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$62.50 
62LC10 Jun 1510 Jun 15Wed8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusWorkshops15SCE$62.50Register
62LC11 Nov 1511 Nov 15Wed8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$62.50 
63LC06 Jul 1506 Jul 15Mon8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusWorkshops15SCE$62.50Register
64LC21 Aug 1521 Aug 15Fri8:30AM - 2:30PMLondon CampusWorkshops15SCE$62.50Register
COMP-1140Creating Web Pages With Html50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
MGMT-1210Creative & Critical Thinking50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
WRIT-1064Creative Writing50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
CRIM-1015Criminal & Civil Law50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteIndependent Learning15SCE$359.74 
CRIM-1016Criminal Code50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
CRIM-1021Criminal Code & Federal Statutes50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
PSYC-3015Criminal Psychology-Criminal Minds 250LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
PSYC-3014Criminal Psychology-Psychopathic Minds50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
CRIM-1006Criminology50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
BSCI-1029Crisis Intervention/Theories/Models50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$266.10 
LIBS-1005Critical Thinking51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
CRAF-9161Crochet Basics01SC07 May 1504 Jun 15Thr6:00PM - 8:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$85.00 
PSYC-9104Crystal Ball Readings60ST07 Jul 1507 Jul 15Tue7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15SCE$40.40Register
HLTH-9299Crystal Grids60ST16 Jun 1516 Jun 15Tue7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15SCE$40.40Register
HLTH-9254Crystal Healing01ST08 Jun 1515 Jun 15Mon7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15SCE$47.81Register
SOCI-1041Cults & Terrorism50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
EDUC-1050Current Issues in Adult Education50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
EDUC-6030Curriculum Design & Delivery20LC14 Sep 1528 Oct 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$278.60 
ECED-1057Curriculum Development 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$443.32 
ECED-5009Curriculum Development 350LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$443.32 
COMM-1076Customer Service & Communication Skills10ST19 May 1501 Jun 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 3:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15SCE$212.10 
40LC10 Sep 1512 Nov 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$217.20 
HLTH-1153Dealing with Death & Dying40LC08 Sep 1510 Nov 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$217.20 
BSCI-1030Death and Dying50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$266.10 
HLTH-1105Decontamination, Principles, Procedures40LC12 May 1529 Jun 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$265.83 
40LC08 Sep 1526 Oct 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$272.46 
DENT-1044Dental Terminology50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$323.92 
COMP-1438Design Basics50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
COMP-1465Desktop Publishing & Presentation09KN18 Nov 1508 Dec 15Mon/Wed9:30AM - 3:30PMKincardine LHLC SiteIn-Class15FCE$254.04 
PLAN-9002Detailed Scheduling & Planning01LC16 Sep 1516 Dec 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15FCE$499.00 
COMP-1446Developing Web App w/ ASP.NET & C#50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
INFO-1171Developing/Implementing/Managing GIS50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
PSYC-1031Developmental Psychology50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65Register
HLTH-1220Diabetes: The Basics50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14SCE$288.10 
50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10 
HLTH-1195Dialysis for RN/RPN's-Intro20LC22 Sep 1527 Oct 15Tue6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$143.52 
COMP-1447Digital Illustration & Design 150LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
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MGMT-9100Time Management Skills60LC12 Jun 1512 Jun 15Fri9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$289.00Register
WOOD-1012Trade Drawings and Layout01LC11 May 1515 Jun 15Mon6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$152.40 
CRIM-1019Traffic Management50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
MGMT-1014Training & Development10WC02 Jul 1520 Aug 15Thr9:00AM - 3:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15SCE$301.65Register
40LC11 May 1517 Aug 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$301.65 
40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
BUSI-9142Transportation-Intro20LC18 Jul 1529 Aug 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusBlended15SCE$591.50Register
WRIT-1076Travel Writing50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$341.83 
BSCI-6009Treating Challenging Behaviours50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
BSCI-1093Treatment Approaches50LC12 May 1504 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$325.80 
EDUC-1057Understanding & Explaining Grammar20LC14 Sep 1504 Nov 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15FCE$309.30 
HLTH-1164Understanding Medical Tests50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$323.92 
FDMG-1070Urban Agriculture, Community Gardens50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
HLTH-1065Venipuncture60LC11 May 1511 May 15Mon6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusClinical15SCE$288.50 
HLTH-1184Veterinary Anaesthesia50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$323.92 
OFAD-1016Veterinary Office Skills & Procedures50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
HLTH-1183Veterinary Surgical Procedures50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$323.92 
COMM-1110Veterinary Terminology50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
BSCI-1032Victimization50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$266.10 
FNDR-3002Volunteer Management in Fund Development40LC07 Sep 1514 Dec 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$309.30 
WELD-9025Welding for Women01SC06 May 1527 May 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15SCE$143.60 
ECED-1063Wellness for Children50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$276.16 
COMM-1108What Is Going On in the World50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74Register
HLTH-1223What Language Does Your Patient Hurt In40LC27 Oct 1524 Nov 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15FCE$125.10 
COMP-1436Windows 751LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
COMP-1477Windows 851LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$288.10Register
INFO-1179Windows Server Fundamentals01LC05 May 1518 Aug 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$391.20 
01LCI05 May 1518 Aug 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 7:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$783.00 
BEVR-9031Wine-Intro60ST30 Sep 1530 Sep 15Wed6:30PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15FCE$73.00 
WOOD-9022Woodworking Basics for Women60LC20 Jun 1520 Jun 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$94.50Register
WOOD-9023Woodworking for Women-Inter60LC15 Aug 1515 Aug 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$99.50Register
COMP-1461Wordprocessing With Word09KN15 Oct 1529 Oct 15Tue/Thr9:30AM - 3:30PMKincardine LHLC SiteIn-Class15FCE$217.20 
DEVL-1017Work Placement09KN11 Aug 1502 Sep 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 5:00PMKincardine LHLC SiteField Placement15SCE$346.50Register
BSCI-6004Working With Families & Teams50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$377.65 
WRIT-1040Writing Gramatically51LC02 Jun 1508 Sep 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56Register
52LC02 Jul 1508 Oct 15ThrLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56Register
53LC04 Aug 1510 Nov 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$395.56Register
BEVR-1017WSET Level 1 Award in Spirits01LC22 Jun 1506 Jul 15Mon7:00PM - 9:45PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$696.50Register
BEVR-1016WSET Level 1 Award in Wines01LC25 May 1508 Jun 15Mon7:00PM - 9:45PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$349.00Register
BEVR-3005WSET Level 2 Award in Wines & Spirits01LC15 Jun 1520 Jul 15Mon6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15SCE$699.00Register
CRIM-1018Youth in Conflict50LC12 May 1518 Aug 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15SCE$359.74 

Course Delivery Type (Outlined by Section Number):
01-09In Class
10Accelerated
20-29Blended
40-49FOL = Online
50-54OntarioLearn = Online
55-57LERN = Online
30Independent Learning
Location (outlined by Section Number):
LCLondon
WCWoodstock
STSt.Thomas
SCSimcoe
TCTillsonburg
APApprentice
GCCitiplaza
06CLXGoderich
07CL/08CLClinton
09CLXKincardine
*Fees quoted are before applicable taxes. Fanshawe College reserves the right to change fees, or not offer a course, due to error in the calculation of the total fee.

ACCT-1004 - This course introduces the student to the Principles of Accounting, and includes an exploration of the underlying concepts that guide the preparation of accounts for individuals and organizations. It is designed to teach the student, regardless of program destination, an essential life skill - an understanding of Net Worth, and its importance to business success and the financial well being of the individual.
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ACCT-1011 - This course is a continuation of the study of Financial Accounting at an introductory level. Students will cover additional material related to: - Asset, liability, and owners'/shareholders' equity, revenue and expense accounts - Accounting for partnerships and corporations - Analysis of financial statements, including balance sheet and income statement - Retained earnings and cash flow
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ACCT-1020 - Learn about internal uses of accounting data by managers in directing the affairs of business and non-business organizations. The main topics are managerial cost concepts and cost behaviour analysis, job and process costing, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting and control, inventory costing, and information for management control and decision analysis.
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ACCT-1059 - Students who complete this course will know the payroll compliance responsibilities that affect organizations, be able to comprehend payroll legislation, and be able to effectively communicate these to all stakeholders. This course will provide students with the payroll-related legislation affecting organizations, as well as the tools to find information and apply that information to different scenarios in relation to individual pay.
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ACCT-1060 - Students will be introduced to the complexities of administering a payroll in Ontario. Participants will gain an understanding of payroll record keeping and procedures by reading and analyzing relevant legislation and then applying it to situations. Topics will include: maintaining payroll records, taxable benefits, statutory and other deductions, worker's compensation and employment standards.
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ACCT-1065 - You will be able to apply payroll legislation and calculate individual pay. This includes all components of individual pay from remuneration, through deductions, to net pay for both regular and non-regular situations. You will have the content and skills to effectively communicate all aspects of the individual pay calculation process to external and internal stakeholders. In addition, you will be able to accurately complete Records of Employment.
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ACCT-1072 - This course teaches the fundamentals of Simply Accounting to enable the student to use and set up the software in the workplace. NOTE: It is strongly recommended that students have some fundamental knowledge in accounting (ACCT-1004) and computer applications (COMP-1090) in order to be successful in this course.
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ACCT-1077 - This course teaches the fundamentals of QuickBooks to enable the student to use and set up the software in the workplace.NOTE: It is strongly recommended that students have some fundamental knowledge in accounting (ACCT-1004) and computer applications (COMP-1090) in order to be successful in this course.
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ACCT-1082 - Students will examine the following topics: maintaining payroll records, salaried; hourly; commission and contract workers; taxable benefits, statutory and other deductions; preparation of payroll journal entries; preparation of Record of Employment; preparation of T4's and T4 Summary; Workers' Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized Payroll. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ACCT-1089 - This is part one of the financial accounting course. Topics covered include recording business transactions, preparing financial statements, end-of-period adjustments, accounting for merchandising firms, accounts receivable, cash management and an introduction to financial ratios.
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ACCT-1093 - This is an introductory course to federal income tax in a Canadian setting. Students will gain an understanding of the underlying objectives and principles of income taxation. Topics include employment income, business income, income from property, investment income and capital gains. Personal tax returns for individuals will be completed both manually and using a tax preparation software program.
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ACCT-1094 - This course consists of 20 hours introductory accounting basics and accounting principles and 30 hours of hands-on practice using Simply Accounting for Windows. Set up accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger. Please note: Program is not compatible with Windows 8 or Mac systems.
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ACCT-3005 - ACCPAC is a hands-on computer applications course, designed to enable the student to become familiar with the day-to-day operation of the ACCPAC PLUS accounting system. In addition, the student will be exposed to other features of the software.
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ACCT-3022 - This introductory management accounting course teaches students to employ techniques such as job and process costing, general cost allocations, cost/volume/profit analysis, budgeting, and relevant costing. Students will need a laptop computer with Microsoft 2007, in particular Excel 2007.
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ACCT-3025 - This course is an introduction for students who have not had any experience in auditing. The aim is for students to understand the philosophy and environment of auditing. Topics covered include an overview of auditing with special attention given to the nature and economic purpose of audits, auditing standards, audit reports, and audit evidence. Professional ethics and auditors' legal liability will also be discussed. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ACCT-3036 - Intermediate Accounting I is a course that builds on the basic understanding of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students to determine what financial information should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on financial statement presentation and the asset side of the balance sheet.
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ACCT-3037 - Intermediate Accounting II is a course that builds on the basic understanding of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students how to determine the information that should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on the right hand side of the balance sheet (liabilities and owners' equity), whereas the previous course, ACCT-3036, focused on the left hand side of the balance sheet (assets).
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ACCT-3043 - This is part two of the financial accounting course. Topics covered include receivables, capital assets, current and long-term liabilities, corporations, partnerships, statement of cash flow and financial statement analysis.
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ACCT-5015 - This course covers accounting for leases, pensions, EPS, accounting changes and financial statement analysis. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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AEST-1040 - Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the hand and arm, along with proper sanitization and sterilization will be covered. Students will perform a basic and spa manicure including proper cuticle care, clipping and filing. Various polishing techniques including French and American. Professional conduct and etiquette is extremely important in the esthetics industry and will be discussed and demonstrated in this course.
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AEST-1041 - Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the foot, leg and nail,including proper sanitization and sterilization. Students will perform a pedicure and spa pedicure, with proper callous removal, clipping and filing in a professional manner.
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AEST-1042 - Through demonstration and supervised hands on practice the students will learn various hair removal treatments for the face and different parts of the body, including the hair anatomy and its growth cycles. Students will understand the importance of sanitization and sterilization and gain knowledge of various waxing precautions. Proper client etiquette and professional conduct will be discussed.
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AEST-1043 - Students will discuss the fundamentals and theory of natural day, evening and bridal make up applications. Knowledge of analyzing facial features and corrective make-up techniques.Emphasis is on practical demonstration and experience.
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AEST-1046 - Through supervised hands on practice, students will learn the fundamentals of identifying different skin types, perform a skin analysis, and recognize skin conditions and disorders. Diagnose and treat skin issues by choosing proper skincare products and selected machinery. Understand the importance of recommending home care products.
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AEST-9034 - This workshop is intended for anyone interested in learning the art of advance waxing techniques. Students who have taken the basic waxing course (and aestheticians) can improve their skill set by learning how to appropriately apply the Brazilian wax technique.
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AEST-9035 - This workshop is intended for anyone interested in learning the art of applying the semi-permanent technique of eyelash extensions. Semi-permanent lashes are intended to last 4-6 weeks in duration.
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ANAT-1026 - This course examines the normal structure and function of the human adult. It begins with an orientation to the human body including an introduction to the concepts of complimentary, metabolism, fundamental physiological needs and homeostasis. The levels of the body organization are then examined and all knowledge is then applied to the study of the integumentary, skeletal, muscle, and the nervous systems. Learner preparation and learning activities are designed to promote critical thinking. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham College.
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ANAT-3004 - This course continues to examine the normal structure and function of the human adult. The student relates knowledge gained in Anatomy & Physiology 1 to the study of the endocrine, circulatory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems. The concepts of water, electrolyte and acid-base balance are re-examined building on the foundation established in Anatomy & Physiology 1. Learner preparation and learning activities are designed to promote critical thinking. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ARTS-1033 - This course will help the beginner student to grasp the fundamental process, techniques and concepts when working with clay.
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ARTS-1062 - This studio course explores the traditional and contemporary world of sculpture materials and processes. Learn contemporary techniques for creating objects in three dimensional space. Fundamental development of technical skills and manipulation of media are emphasized while maintaining safe and appropriate use of tools and practices. This course introduces the student to methods of transforming simple materials into works of art.
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ARTS-1075 - This online course introduces visual literacy and art history with a focus on Modern Art of the 20th century. Students learn how to look at, talk about, and find meaning in a variety of visual art forms. We also discuss the social and political context in which famous artists were working and how this influenced their art. There is an emphasis on sharing ideas through online discussion and debate in order to foster collaborative learning. The wide range of interdisciplinary assignments allow for a variety of interesting and thought-provoking projects. Students in this course will be evaluated with a combination of online discussions, quizzes, a group project, and a reflection assignment. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ARTS-1081 - A survey of Western artistic traditions beginning with the Italian Renaissance provides an understanding of continuity and change in art making. The exploration of art movements is framed thematically in relation to societal issues. This course will also introduce students to Asian, Islamic, First Nations and African art. The fundamentals of theoretical issues will be incorporated. Students will be expected to complete required readings, participate in discussions, complete written assignments and a final exam.
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ARTS-3022 - This course will enhance the concepts learned in Level 1 to enable the student to develop complex forms both on and off the wheel.
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ARTS-3044 - This course is designed for students with a basic knowledge of drawing and perspective. The course will further develop observation and illustration skills working from still life, photography and models in a variety of materials.
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ARTS-9040 - This course is designed to develop students' observation and illustration skills. Working from objects, and photographic reference, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of drawing. You will explore various media: pencil, coloured pencil.
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AUTO-1020 - Students learn basic Management techniques, delegating, team building, measuring performance, planning for safety, and work related legal aspects of the service industry.
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AUTO-3003 - Gain an overview of the role of automotive service advisor. Learn to identify and maintain high standards of customer service relations as well as study sales techniques, interpersonal skills, effective communication, provincial legislation governing auto repair, and the effective use of labour rate guidelines.
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BEVR-1007 - Learn to prepare cocktails and selections of beer and wine in a hospitality environment under the controls set out by the L.C.B.O. This comprehensive bartending course includes the Smart Serve component.
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BEVR-1011 - Note: BEVR-1011 is a pre-requisite for all tea courses.Whether pursuing a career in the retail or hospitality industry or enhancing your enjoyment of tea, this course provides an introduction on the historical origin of tea. Students are introduced to a variety of different teas and begin to identify their distinct aroma and flavour. Cupping procedures, tasting methodology and grading standards are introduced through the hands-on component of this course. Special attention is paid to the professional terminology utilized in the industry. Licensing fee, cupping set and textbooks included in course cost.
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BEVR-1012 - Drinking tea is a universal phenomenon with millions of people the world over enjoying their tea on a daily basis. In this course students will examine in detail the principle tea growing regions around the globe. They will develop a fundamental understanding of the evolution of tea throughout the world and its influence on culture and world events. In the hands-on component of this course students will taste and evaluate teas that are representative of each region: China, Japan, Sri Lanka, India, Africa and other regions like: Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Bangladesh.
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BEVR-1013 - Although simply grown and harvested, tea is a drink with flavour dimensions full of complexities and nuances. This course covers the science of taste and how the production of tea influences the appearance of the leaf and the overall taste. Students learn to identify stages of production, proper storage and handling techniques and to recognize potential production errors and the associated impact on the tea. Through hands-on tasting sessions students apply tasting principles and develop the skills to discern major tea characteristics. A tea tasters' vocabulary will be covered as well as tastings of various products such as chocolate, water, etc. to identify and fully understand the science of taste.
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BEVR-1014 - While there are more than 1500 varieties of tea available worldwide, all teas can be divided into three basic types: black, green and oolong. In this course, students learn the types of teas produced in a wide range of regions/countries in the world including China, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Africa and Argentina. Tasting and style comparisons will be a major component of this course.
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BEVR-1016 - This course is a good starting point for the exploration of wine styles, food and wine pairing and making the most of wine by learning about the correct storage and service conditions. The course provides the basic introduction to the main styles of wines available to front line staff involved in the service or sale of wine, including: basic product knowledge, storage and service of wines. This course is perfect for those in wine hospitality or retail sales. The course also includes a tutored tasting of various wines and a food and wine pairing workshop.Registration Deadline: May 11, 2015 FIRM.
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BEVR-1017 - Students will be introduced to styles, production methods and the service of spirits. The course includes the tasting of various spirit samples. No prior knowledge is required as the course is designed to introduce spirits in an interactive, structured and concise manner. This course will suit a spirit enthusiast or those wishing to start their career in the spirit, mixology or business. Registration Deadline: June 8, 2015 FIRM. Extra 1/2 hour for two classes.
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BEVR-1019 - This is an introductory course in beer education designed for participants interested in furthering their knowledge and interest in beer. The focus will be on brewing ingredients and processes, tasting concepts, pouring and serving concepts (including an introduction to draught systems) and food and beer pairings.
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BEVR-3003 - Many nations are expanding their tea producing acreage to meet the rising world demand for tea which is the world's most consumed beverage next to water. Students examine preparation and consumption habits of tea producing regions around the world. Tea evolution is explored both socially as well as economically. Students will also review the research on health benefits. Through hands-on tasting sessions students utilize the skills gained in previous classes to prepare the perfect cup of tea. (This course is Tea 106 in the Tea Association of Canada Curriculum).
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BEVR-3005 - This course offers broad coverage of all product categories in the field of alcoholic drinks, together with the theory of tasting technique. The course covers the major grape varieties, regions of the world, food and wine pairing, sparkling wines, fortified wines and the major spirits. Included as part of your course is a tutored tasting through various wines and a spirits revision exercise. It is suitable for those with little previous experience. Registration Deadline: July 27, 2015 FIRM.
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BEVR-9005 - You will describe and implement the skills of responsible alcohol service, signs of intoxication, describe what defines a 'standard drink', and know the responsibilities under the law. You will create a hospitable environment by promoting food and non-alcoholic beverages. This program is the only course approved by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.
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BEVR-9031 - Sip and savour your way through the exciting world of wine in this three week session designed for both experienced and novice palates alike. Learn how to taste wines like a professional, how wine is made from the vineyard through to the bottle and the secrets of wine and food pairing!
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BSCI-1029 - This course examines key aspects of the practice of crisis intervention. Students will learn about the evolution and development of crisis intervention theories and models, and will have an opportunity to examine ethical, legal and multi cultural issues as well as current trends in this field. Students will develop a clear understanding of how to apply crisis intervention models to their practical work in this field.
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BSCI-1030 - Death is an elemental aspect of life. It is an inevitable transition yet it seems to remain one stage of the life cycle that causes most discomfort. This course enables students to explore their own life backgrounds as they engage in a critical and exploratory study of ideas and issues surrounding Death and Dying. The course will look at Society's attitudes about death, varied meanings and definitions and their influence on the thoughts and feeling of an individual's capacity to acknowledge and prepare for end of life. Students will study the concept of a Death System as theorized by Robert Kastenbaum. Students will look at issues related to anxiety, acceptance or denial and palliative care. The will allow students to examine causes of death, including illness, traumatic loss and suicide. Students will also examine the critical role of the communicational processes in understanding and relating to dying people.
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BSCI-1031 - This course provides students with an opportunity to explore many of the issues related to domestic violence. Topics to be studied include: Battered Woman Syndrome, the Battering Cycle, and immediate and long-term effects on children. Other subjects to be examined are the abuse of pregnant women, women with disabilities, issues distinct to multi-cultural, Aboriginal women and same sex violence, and relevant Canadian history and legislation.
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BSCI-1032 - Students will learn about the emotional impact of victimization. The focus will be on victims of residential break and enter, children and trauma, victims of crime such as: those sexually assaulted, elders, and victims of hate crimes. There will be a special emphasis on recognizing and preventing vicarious traumatization (VT), and secondary victimization. VT is also known as secondary traumatic stress, and can affect family, friends, witnesses, first responders such as paramedics, police, and health care professionals.
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BSCI-1064 - Designed to provide the learner with a basic knowledge of assistive technology, explores potential students' technological and learning needs. Facilitates the role of assistive devices in the developement of individual learning plans.
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BSCI-1091 - Students will examine models and elements of addiction including the addiction spiral, terminology and theoretical approaches to explaining and understanding addiction. Age, gender, ethnicity, culture, and geography will be examined in relation to cycles and forms of addiction. The course will provide students with an introduction to the use of assessment tools, client communication, interviewing and treatment planning. The intent of this course is to provide students with introductory knowledge on the signs and symptoms of addiction, including the physical and psychological components as examined through the lens of various screening and assessment inventories.
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BSCI-1093 - The focus of this course is to provide students with information on current treatment approaches and practices. Students will examine a selected range of treatment models, including harm reduction, the Matrix model, Brief Solution Focused and Cognitive models, as well as those approaches currently in used within the province. Relapse and relapse prevention will also be examined as part of this unit. Attention will be given to specific techniques that are utilized within these models.
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BSCI-1096 - The four units in this course will provide the students with an overview of the theory and skills related to the helping relationship process. The course will provide a theoretical framework for examining key concepts related to counselling activities and their application. The course will focus in the nature of the counselling relationship key issues and concerns, techniques for effective counselling interaction and skill building in the key ares of interpersonal communication. Attention will be given to counselling issues and concerns as they related to specific population issues. The course will also introduce basic record keeping within the context of the counselling relationship.
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BSCI-1097 - Students will be introduced to the key concepts involved in relapse prevention programming, support and wellness as part of the treatment continuum. Issues of relapse, the stages and indicators as well as factors of relapse will be examined. Students will gain an in-depth look at practical methods of working with clients to manage cravings and thoughts of using substances, emotions, how to refuse offers to use substances, dealing with family and interpersonal problems, building a recovery support system and more. Students will also be introduced to studies on relapse prevention for the specific types of substance including alcohol, stimulants, opioid, cannabis as well as club drugs and hallucinogens.
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BSCI-1204 - This course will provide an overview of ethical, legal and spiritual concerns in palliative care. The student will explore the theories of death and dying in relation to various life stages and cultural implications. The student will learn how to provide empathetic and sensitive care to client, family and significant others. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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BSCI-1205 - This course will provide an overview of Comfort Measures in palliative Care. The focus is to provide you with a review of the concepts that can be of most benefit to those terminally ill patients. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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BSCI-1233 - This course is designed to identify the many types of anger and how to manage and/or modify it. Students will identify their specific anger triggers and how their anger evolved. Personality and behaviour influences will be examined before moving on to comprehensive anger management strategies proven to be highly successful.
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BSCI-6001 - This course introduces the student to the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), which is the basis for Intensive Behavioural Interventions (IBI). In addition to basic terminology, students will learn when and how to use these techniques appropriately. Students will also learn how to access and interpret journal publications in the field of autism and Applied Behaviour Analysis.
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BSCI-6002 - This course examines Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) according to core features and diagnostic criteria. This course provides an introduction to a neurodevelopmental and behavioural understanding of individuals with ASD.
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BSCI-6004 - This course presents the student with theories, terminology and applications underlying current approaches to teamwork and working with the families of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The focus will be on effective collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team, which is essential to successful intensive behavioural intervention (IBI). Students will develop the interpersonal, job-oriented skills necessary to problem-solve as team members in a flexible, empathetic, resourceful, and productive manner.
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BSCI-6009 - In this course, the student will be introduced to a variety of procedures used to assess and treat challenging behaviours presented by individuals with autism / Autism Spectrum Disorder. The topics covered will include functional behavioural assessment and functional analysis and scientifically validated techniques for the treatment of challenging behaviours, e.g., stereotype, pica, aggression, self-injury, etc. Emphasis will be placed on ethical considerations such as the utilization of the least intrusive, least restrictive model and 'effective treatment'. Techniques covered will include antecedent control strategies, schedules of reinforcement, extinction, differential reinforcement strategies, social stories, desensitization procedures, and decelerative procedures.
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BSCI-6012 - This course introduces the student to common evidence-based behavioural approaches applied in teaching individuals with autism new skills with an emphasis on strategies for teaching language, academic skills, activities of daily living, play skills, and social skills. Topics will be approached by providing the student with an understanding of the terms used, a description of the teaching techniques characterized in each of the modules (where applicable) and a basic understanding of the conceptual elements motivating the approaches. Topics will include traditional discrete trial training protocols, protocols developed based on Skinner's analysis of Verbal Behaviour, Precision Teaching, Direct Instruction, Pivotal Response Training, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, and Incidental and Natural Environment Teaching.
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BSCI-6013 - This course will introduce the foundations of ethical thinking and will review the different perspectives and rationale for ethical decision-making within a behavioural framework.Students will be introduced to professional codes of ethics that are essential for ethical practice. They will learn how to think critically and apply general ethical principles to particular situations through the use of case studies, practice vignettes, structured exercises, and group discussions.This course will provide participants with the basis for developing ethical guidelines for practice, examining areas related to legislative acts, an overview of the BCBA guidelines of responsible conduct for a behaviour analyst and the ONTABA/ABA standards of practice. Students will also learn how to evaluate their own professional expertise and limitations for ongoing professional development planning.
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BSCI-6015 - This course presents a comprehensive review of procedures for choosing and organizing curriculum for students with autism of various ages.A review of basic behaviour principles and teaching strategies will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on curriculum development such as the utilization of the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills - Revised (ABLLS-R)/Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP).Curriculum development will be discussed with an emphasis on speech and language, social and play skills, activities of daily living (ADL) and inclusion into less restrictive environments.
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BSCI-6016 - This course introduces the student to techniques for training others specifically to implement behaviour change plans (technology transfer). Students will learn and practice techniques for individual and group presentation formats for the training of families or professionals.Students will also learn how to maintain procedural integrity, use performance feedback, evaluate the effects of training, and understand the challenges that may impact before, during and after mediator training.Emphasis will be placed on in-class presentations and role-play practice.
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BUSI-1005 - The purpose of this course is to explore the various functional areas of business in Canada and to demonstrate the interrelationship among these areas. Students are introduced to many concepts, including major business trends, the role of government in business, marketing, operations, employee-management issues, financial resources management, business ethics and social responsibility.
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BUSI-1075 - This course will provide students with an introduction to ethical considerations involved in addictions work as it relates to the profession, their role, and agency affiliations. The course will discuss the legal implications associated with ethical standards and professional conduct. The resource of the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) will be surveyed as part of this course.
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BUSI-1089 - This subject has been accredited by FSCO as meeting the educational requirements for licensing as a Mortgage Agent. It covers all the Mortgage Agent Qualifying Standards (MAQs) identified by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO); it provides those wishing to become licensed Mortgage Agents in Ontario with an understanding of the mortgage brokerage industry and an ability to perform the Agent's role in the mortgage application process. The subject also covers the legislation which governs the industry; the role of the Agent in consumer protection; and ethical decision-making. Content is proprietary contact Seneca College for more information.
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BUSI-1097 - Students will learn techniques to successful spa marketing, promotions, and advertising along with gaining confidence in selling products. Students will explore effective client retention and customer service, and ways to building a clientele.
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BUSI-1111 - This course provides tools, skills, and an understanding of technology, business concepts, and issues that surround the emergence of electronic business. The emphasis of the course is on that part of the Internet known as the World Wide Web (WWW) where such tools as browsers are used. In addition to acquiring basic skills for navigating the Internet, the student develops an understanding of the current practices and opportunities in electronic publishing, electronic shopping, electronic distribution, and electronic collaboration. Students also explore several of the problems surrounding electronic business and commerce such as security, authentication, privacy, encryption, safeguarding of intellectual property rights, acceptable use policies, and legal liabilities. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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BUSI-1112 - This subject has been developed to introduce students to the disposition, concepts and skills necessary to express their entrepreneurial spirit in the form of a business. An examination of an entrepreneur and entrepreneurship will be supplemented by an examination of the expression of entrepreneurism in the business world. Contemporary expressions of entrepreneurism and intrepreneurism, their contribution to the economy, their role in the changing workplace, and their role in global business will also be explored. Students will complete an entrepreneurial business plan in stages throughout the course. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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BUSI-1123 - This course examines the tools and techniques used to analyze and measure work systems. These techniques have the basic purpose of improving organizational productivity and reducing waste. This course covers topics such as, return on investment, macro and micro analysis, time study, work sampling and standard data. Laptop computers are utilized throughout the course to help minimize the computation errors and more closely replicate the business environment. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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BUSI-1147 - This course will provide students with an overview of copyright law in Canada by focusing on our national legislation, the Copyright Modernization Act, and judicial decisions from the Supreme Court of Canada. We will also consider how copyright operates in the international arena as well as in the online environment. Specific attention will be paid to fair dealing, user-generated content, technological protection measures, and license agreements.
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BUSI-1152 - This online course presents proven strategies for coaching and communication, getting work done, resolving conflict, improving positive performance and developing positive working relationships. (A Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program - MLCP credit). This course introduces the fundamental principles of coaching and developing people in order to encourage their ongoing learning process in the workplace. Communication skills including delegation, motivation, conflict resolution and empowerment will be discussed. Students will have the opportunity to practice these skills an others through on-line discussions and work related projects.
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BUSI-1153 - Students are introduced to the fundamental processes and roles and responsibilities of the business analyst. Studies include curriculum consistent with the (BABOK) Business Analysis body of Knowledge from the IIBA International Institute of Business Analysis. Students examine the use of tools and techniques, used by business analysts within the broader context of organizations and their projects. Students review methodologies used to equip the buiness analyst to better perform as a communication link between all business areas and help them deliver on their key role in project and organizational success. The role of business analyst as a "translator" between information technology and other business units is also highlighted. Students leanr to plan, structure, and control the requirements gathering, and management process, in order to maximize success and optimize results. These techniques can be utilized on a wide variety of activities, initiatives and projects and are an important component for success. Additionally studies include the effective use of communication, interviewing and information gathering techniques. Through the combination of lectures, discussions and exercises, the course explores insight into the interaction between the business analyst and its surrounding projects and presents methodologies to identify, analyze and resolve business problems.
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BUSI-1159 - The revolutionary Dale Carnegie Course approach uses team dynamics and intra group activities to help you master the capabilities demanded in today's tough business environment. Learn how you can prepare yourself to deliver peak performance. This course is geared for individuals at all levels of experience who seek to maximize their performance, become stronger leaders and add value to their personal brand or their organization's bench strength.
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BUSI-9101 - As is often the case, there is not enough time to finish the project, and the expression 'we need it done yesterday' certainly applies. Usually as the pressure is applied to get things done quicker key resources are also stripped away. Proper execution will require well thought out estimates of duration and resource requirements to establish an achievable plan of attack.Learn how to create project schedules, as you work with a team to understand the techniques. Each group will: explain the timeline they have established for an everyday event, identify the critical path and have a method to achieve the plan.
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BUSI-9107 - There is no substitute for the skill of confidently managing projects in the workplace. Explore steps in the project management process and identify your role as project team members. Whatever you do in your career, this ‘In a Day’ will provide you with an overview that will prove its worth, time and time again.
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BUSI-9127 - Operations Management is the art and science of ensuring that goods and services are created and delivered successfully to customers. This course will cover the basic and essential aspects of this field of study at the tactical level. A calculator will be required for some of the lessons.
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BUSI-9142 - Transportation of goods is a key element in the process of supply chain management as it provides the physical flow of the good, transportation systems often provide a great deal of the knowledge or information to make supply chain management work well. The goal of this course is to have candidates appreciate how to use transportation to gain maximum value and competitive advantage in their supply chain management activities.
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BUSI-9176 - If you are thinking of opening a small business or have opened a business in the last year, this workshop is designed for you. Learn the essentials of starting a business, record keeping, business use of your home, federal and provincial income tax and employment tax requirements of small businesses. This workshop is intended for sole proprietors and partnerships.
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CADD-1073 - In this course, students will will be instructed in the hands-on use of computer-aided drafting using the latest version of AutoCAD. They will learn drawing setup, construction and modification, the use of layers, dimensioning, hatching, the creation and use of blocks, and the Design Centre, with the objective of producing industry-standard drawings. Students will be working on drawings that are related to their program of study. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Cambrian college.
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CADD-3018 - The student will build on fundamental skills learned and improve productivity using advanced two dimensional concepts and tools to communicate ideas into drawings. Develop techniques of drawing management, delivery methods and publishing techniques. Work with and create external databases through AutoCAD attributes, tables and spreadsheets.
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CIVL-1010 - Learn to control utility costs and calculate payback of new cost cutting equipment. Also learn where to look for savings in heat loss, heat gain, air handling, lighting, maintenance, and computerized switching systems. BES710.
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CIVL-1045 - The emphasis in this subject is on typical defects of the various types of roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings, skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations. Students apply their knowledge of roofing to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns, and compliance with existing codes and standards.
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CIVL-1046 - This subject focuses on the following structural components of a residential dwelling: foundations and footings, floors, walls and roof/ceiling structures. Students learn to apply knowledge of structures to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with good construction practices.
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CIVL-1047 - This subject prepares students to inspect the performance of the following components of electrical systems within residential buildings: service drops, grounding systems, service panels, wiring systems, devices and fixtures.
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CIVL-1048 - This subject covers installed heating systems (gas and oil furnaces and hot water boilers). Emphasis is on the inspector's ability to identify the energy source, type, material, condition, and safety concerns, as well as inspecting the heating equipment.
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CIVL-1050 - Emphasis in this subject is on cooling systems and heat pumps. Students learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques.
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CIVL-1051 - This subject prepares students to inspect, in a residential dwelling, the interior water supply and distribution systems (including fixtures and faucets), as well as water heating equipment and drain/vent/waste systems and their related fixtures.
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CIVL-1052 - This subject covers retaining walls, grounds, window wells, lot grading, driveways, patios, walkways, decks, balconies, stoops and steps, porches, railings, wall cladding, flashing trim, eaves, soffits, fascia, as well as exterior doors and windows. Students learn to describe the exterior wall coverings and inspect all aspects of the exterior named above.
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CIVL-1053 - Focus is on the inspection of thermal insulation, vapor retarders and ventilation systems, as well as the inspection of interior elements of residential dwellings such as walls, ceilings, floors, basements, doors, windows, interior stairs/railings, installed countertops and cabinets, and garage doors/door operators.
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COMM-1053 - This course provides an introduction to applied communication with particular emphasis on the development of speaking, listening, writing, researching and thinking skills. The language skills developed in the course are useful to students in college courses as well as the workplace.
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COMM-1054 - Designed to improve the student's written, verbal, and non verbal communications skills. An introduction to the essential concepts and skills required to build successful relationships within a group and organization structure. Communication, business ethics, teamwork, group dynamics, team building and customer relations are discussed.
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COMM-1076 - This course emphasizes the importance of effective customer service and communication skills with clients and coworkers within an organization. Various methods and models of service delivery will be examined and you will participate in class discussions. Students will learn methods to overcome common barriers to communication and about conflict in the workplace. This course focuses on developing personal styles of communication useful in the food service industry or patient transport industry.
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COMM-1084 - This introductory course is designed for the student with no previous knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL) or with basic communicative competencies. Students learn to handle basic everyday communication' Exchanging Information, identifying others and giving simple directions. Topics centre on personal information, immediate environment and work environment. Grammar is introduced in context with an emphasis on developing question and answer skills. Cultural notes and videotapes provide information on Deaf Culture and Deaf Community.
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COMM-1085 - The purpose of the second course in American Sign Language is to further the student's abilities in refining the skills learned/retained in ASL 101. The student learns to handle talking about activities, time concepts, asking for repetition, giving directions, describing other, and making requests. Grammar is introduced in context with an emphasis on using question and answer skill, directions, and descriptions (see checklist). Cultural notes and videotapes provide information on deaf culture and deaf community.
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COMM-1087 - Teams have become the fundamental building blocks of organizational structure. This course will examine the skills and abilities needed to lead a team-based organization. Leading in a team environment requires competencies, tool and techniques that focus on group dynamics rather than solely on individual performance. Learn how to mobilize participation, build consensus, and enable individuals to maximize their team's ability to achieve results. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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COMM-1088 - The subject examines selected knowledge about human behaviour and the use of this knowledge to the individual. Students will learn how to understand better themselves and others and to use psuchological theory and research to manage their own live sand their own problems more effectively.
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COMM-1089 - You will discuss the candidate's personal dynamics & how to analyze, state the factors involved & describe approaches & techniques for developing a positive lifestyle. 'Analyses & Solutions' teaches you to organize information, analyze tasks & situations at various levels, select & implement solutions. 'Behaviour Management' deals with various viewpoints about behaviour, philosophy & major approaches, specific techniques & how to apply these to behaviour management in educational settings.
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COMM-1101 - Communication skills are essential to all aspects of life but specifically this course will address business communications. With the various technology tools available and communication mechanisms today it is important to know what is available and what mechanism should be used to communicate which message. Managing the various communication channels today requires time management and effective informal and formal communication skills. This course will cover the communication styles, mechanisms, presentation skills as well as facilitating meetings, social marketing and ways to improve all communications.
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COMM-1108 - News stories confront us with people, places, issues and crises from around the world. An understanding of background issues help us make informed judgements. This subject focuses on the main news stories of the day and looks for your critical interpretation.
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COMM-1110 - Focus on terminology used within the veterinary office and develop the necessary language skills to communicate effectively in this environment. Word structure and terminology are studied to ensure that thosw working in the veterinary profession understand the doctor, their peers and clients. Terminology will be introduced along with a very basic understanding of anatomy and physiology, using a system approach.
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COMM-1112 - This course will focus on bringing the PERSON backto personal care. Participants will learn todevelop specialized non-verbal communicationtechniques, facilitate enhancement of workplaceinterpersonal skills and bridge communicationbetween professional and family caregivers.
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COMM-1115 - This course will provide an overview of Palliative Care and communication. The focus is to provide you with the ability to effectively communicate with the terminally ill patient and their families. This course will provide skills to identify coping strategies and learn how to develop and use adaptive coping strategies to manage responses to advanced illnesses and dying experiences. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMM-3034 - This second course in Level 2 is designed to further the student's abilities by refining the skills learned in course ASL 201. Level 2 encourages students to talk about people in a more abstract way and talk about the environment outside the classroom (e.g. at home or in other parts of the country. Students also learn to narrate events that occurred in the past, as opposed to telling what is happening currently.Students learn to handle exchanging personal information: life events and describing and identifying others.
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COMM-6002 - This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Topics covered include: writing clear reports and documentation, making effective presentations, and fostering interpersonal skills. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class.
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COMP-1016 - This course will familiarize students with fundamental computer concepts and bring the student with no computer skills to a level of comfort with concepts, jargon and the most used applications. Graduates will be able to execute fundamental commands in MS-DOS and will be able to use the most common functions of a modern graphical wordprocessor, such as Microsoft Word and a modern graphical spreadsheet, such as Microsoft Excel.
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COMP-1021 - Learn to use MS Word for Windows, a terrific word processing package that has the convenience of pull-down menus. Learn to create, edit, format and print documents. Use paragraph, page and character formatting commands. Create multiple page documents with tables and desktop publishing with MS Word.
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COMP-1022 - Learn to use MS Access for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes. Access as a database program allows you to manipulate and query your data to customize the reports that you need. Creating, editing and printing as well as querying and linking of databases will be covered.
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COMP-1024 - Learn to use MS PowerPoint for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes. PowerPoint as a presentation program allows you to create colourful graphics and text slides along with reports for your projects. This course requires a familiarity with Windows 3.1 or 95 and use of a computer with MicroSoft PowerPoint software on the hard drive.
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COMP-1049 - You will learn to use the advanced features of MS Word to produce professionally customized documentation. Macros and the advantages of the Wizards and templates supported within Word will be covered in depth. word software required. Pre-requisite: Intro to Word.
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COMP-1050 - Using a preset table of information, the instructor will guide you in training yourself to use Access to produce professional customized database systems and management concepts. Macros and the advantage of the Wizards supported by Access will be covered in depth. Access software required. Pre-requisite: CMPR158 - Introduction to Access.
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COMP-1075 - Students will learn how to communicate with each other, manage their time and work more efficiently using Microsoft Office Outlook 2013. Proper email etiquette for sending and receiving electronic mail, organizational methods for storing mail, mailboxes, address books, contact lists, tasks and journals are among the topics covered.
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COMP-1090 - An introduction to the use of microcomputers in today's business environment, computer concepts will be covered, including hardware, data communications and software. Hands-on experience will be developed using the Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office Application Suite. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class
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COMP-1128 - It is strongly recommended that students have: medical terminology, good typing skills and basic computer knowledge. The course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of learning Computerized Medical Billing, as well as an understanding of the Schedule of Benefits and Preambles of the Ministry of Health.
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COMP-1130 - You will be introduced to medical documents and reports. This course is designed to simulate medical transcription practices used in a health care environment.
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COMP-1140 - Learn how to create web pages in Hypertext Markup Language, the language of the internet. This course covers how to create, edit and link documents, how to control the text layout using lists, line breaks and tables and how to add graphics and multimedia to your web document. You will also learn how to use forms to collect and control user input, how to create tables and frames. This course will also cover designing effective web pages, graphic design principals and cross-platform issues as well as scripting for HTML. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1146 - Using Photoshop 5.0 students will be introduced to the tools and commands of this extremely popular digital imaging program. These will include the input of photographic images, selection of specific picture areas for adjustment, use of special tools to control such functions as colorizing, blurring, distorting, adding text, combining images, and the basic process of preparing the file for outputting to hardcopy. Adobe Photoshop 5.0 for Windows software required. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1154 - Start, navigate and generally understand concepts essential to the use of Publisher. By working with objects, frames, and text in a publication, students will perform a mail merge, create drawings, and WordArt objects. They will be able to create stationery, design master pages, and use layout and page techniques to enhance Publisher publications. The ability to create electronic presentations as well as various types of print materials such as business cards, letterhead, brochures, flyers and newsletters is necessary in business today. Students should be using Microsoft Publisher and Powerpoint 2013 exclusively.
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COMP-1199 - This course assumes you have already taken the Java Intro course. It will migrate the skills you have in developing Java applications to developing Java applets and more robust Java applications. You will learn some of the more advan and the Abstract Windows Toolkit (AWT). Layout managers, the event model, exception handling and file input/output will also be covered.
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COMP-1343 - This course prepares students to write the current A+ OS Technologies (software) exam - CompTIA A+ 220-302. the A+ standard is designed for technicians working on all types of knowledge and competency in core hardware and operating system technologies including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and basic networking. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham College.
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COMP-1344 - This course introduces fundamentals of C# programming language. Students will explore object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts including data abstraction, inheritance and polymorphism. Using .NET and C#, students will earn to design, code and document business-oriented programs. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Centennial college.
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COMP-1359 - This dual-level keyboarding course is suitable for both beginners and those with some prior keyboarding knowledge. Students new to computers develop an understanding of the keyboard and master the skills of touch typing. All participants develop their skills through drills and exercises provided by a computer keyboarding program.
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COMP-1362 - Gain comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Excel 2013. Topics include: formulas, functions, charting, formatting worksheets, absolute cell references, working with large worksheets, what-if analysis, financial functions, data tables, amortization schedules, cell protection, worksheet database manipulation, lookup functions, database functions, templates, working with multiple worksheets and workbooks, find and replace, macros, Pivot charts, PivotTables, and importing data. Gain basic skills and concepts using Windows 7 and Microsoft Cloud and Web-based technologies.
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COMP-1378 - You will acquire skills using a variety of operations found in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and develop keyboarding skills (min. 35 wpm), through hands-on experience and assignments. Note: This is a compulsory course in the Health Care Office Assistant Program.
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COMP-1393 - This course will teach microcomputer skills for the E.A. candidate's own use and for the effective assistance of students with their own computer literacy and use of computers to access and learn other curriculum.
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COMP-1411 - This is a hands-on course to teach the project scheduling software MS Project from introduction to the advanced level. Students will follow the text and complete each lesson as homework as directed by the Instructor. Classroom time will be used to challenge the understanding of the lesson material on complete 'what if' scenarios. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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COMP-1418 - This course is an introduction to QuickBooks 2013. Over the course of 14 weeks, you will learn the how to make General Journal entries, enter payroll transactions; as well as enter Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable transactions and inventory transactions. We will also look at various reports used to analyze a business’s financial activity. This is a RIBO certified program. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1436 - Discover the advantages of this operating system. Learn how to customize the Desktop and utilize the programs that come with Windows 7; set up your own applications for easier access and install software. Learn to search for and manage files and folders and how to take advantage of the communication and multimedia systems available through Windows 7 and the Internet.
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COMP-1437 - This course will cover the fundamental aspects of this rising star in the desktop publishing and design industry. Topics covered will include: creating master pages and single and multiple documents with single and multiple text columns of text; importing text from various sources and flowing it into linked columns of various shapes and sizes; proper kerning/leading and spacing of text and; combining text with imported photos and graphics. Students will learn how to quickly change font or photo size and how to rearrange elements within a page. Assignments will include the production of a resume and a flyer, as well as the student's choice of the creation of a pamphlet, newsletter or booklet.
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COMP-1438 - Have you ever needed to design your own business card or a flyer for an event? If so, this is the course for you. Design Basics will give you the building blocks of design. You will learn about fonts, different layout techniques, and simple layout concepts essential to effective graphic design.
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COMP-1442 - This course will familiarize students with the applications contained in the Microsoft Office Pro Edition, which contains Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook. Home and Student version software is inadequate for this course.
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COMP-1446 - Building on fundamentals of C# programming, this course introduces students to Web application development and database connectivity. Coursework emphasizes how to create the basic, dynamic, and advanced ASP.NET pages in Microsoft's new C# programming language, and how to interact with the database using ADO.NET. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Centennial college.
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COMP-1447 - This course will develop the students' skills and knowledge in creating digital files for graphic design projects. Students will learn the broad use of Adobe Illustrator as a design and illustration tool. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1450 - This is a specialized course which addresses the current trends and technology to create dynamic and secure ecommerce websites easily. It focuses using the AMP (Apache web server with PHP scripting using MySQL database) freely available as open source software. The course teaches the students how to install and develop applications with PHP (Apache being the web server and MySQL as a back end database server). The knowledge gained in this course can be used easily to other architectures. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1458 - This subject introduces the student to computer programming using the JavaScript programming language. No prior programming experience is assumed. While JavaScript is the language of instruction, the course covers the essential concepts and constructs which are part of most modern programming languages, including sequence, selection, repetition, variables, arrays, and objects. Employing a lecture-lab format, the course leads the student from writing the simplest of programs to creating programs that interact with the elements in a web page. Using only a simple text processor and a browser, the student will write and run programs that utilize variables, calculations, arrays, if statements, loops, objects, and events. In addition to writing programs, the student will also be instructed in the elements of good programming style and their importance. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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COMP-1460 - You will become familiar with the inner components and workings of a Personal Computer and be able to identify parts and their purpose. You will learn about file and directory structure and management.
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COMP-1461 - You will be able to use word processingapplication using basic operations associatedwith creating, formatting and finishing a wordprocessing document ready for distribution. Youwill also use more advanced features such ascreating tables, using pictures and images withina document, importing objects and using the mailmerge tools.
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COMP-1462 - You will be able to use a spreadsheet application (Excel). You will be able to accomplish basic operations associated with developing, formatting and using a spreadsheet. You will be able to accomplish standard mathematical and logical operations using basic formulas and functions.
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COMP-1464 - Students will learn how to communicate with each other, manage their time and work more efficiently using Microsoft Office Outlook 2013. Proper email etiquette for sending and receiving electronic mail, organizational methods for storing mail, mailboxes, address books, contact lists, tasks and journals are among the topics covered.
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COMP-1465 - This course is for students who are new to desktop publishing and creating presentations. Students will be shown how to make useful business aids including brochures, letterhead, and business cards using Microsoft Publisher 2007, a desktop publishing program. Students will also learn how to take those business aids one step further by learning how to create a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.
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COMP-1466 - The focus is on eliminating the need to re-enter existing text. Discover how features such as: import/export, linking, embedding, and hyper linking enable you to reuse data within one, or all of the MS Office applications. Learn how to use Outlook contacts to create mailings, Excel charts to create Word reports, and analyze Access data in Excel.
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COMP-1477 - Learn to use MS Windows 8 to properly operate your computer. Windows 8 uses graphical/visual approach to performing operating system tasks. You will learn how to manage files, secure and customize a computer and more.
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COMP-1485 - This course will familiarize students with the applications contained in Microsoft Office Professional or Academic or University Edition of Microsoft Office 2013 covering Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook.
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COMP-1492 - Learn to use MS Excel for Windows to create and format spreadsheets in order to analyze data and make more informed business decisions. You will discover how to: create, edit, format and print workbooks; use mathematical formulas and functions; create and format charts and shapes; insert images; cut, copy and paste data. The course is also designed to prepare students to write the MOS Certification exam for Excel-Specialist 2010 or 2013.
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COMP-3102 - This course is designed to teach advanced topics on Microsoft Excel. Students will learn how to create advanced spreadsheets and be able to manipulate data. Excel is a powerful tool for creating complex electronic workbooks and charts used by an increasing number of industries competing in today's global marketplace. Students must have taken the Excel Specialist course or have equivalent experience using Excel.
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COMP-5059 - This course takes the advanced Excel user to specialized capabilities when developing formulas.
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COMP-9330 - Excellent English proficiency is strongly recommended. Designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of learning medical terminology as well as understanding the human anatomy and the physiology necessary for work in the medical environment.
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COMP-9511 - Microsoft Project is a valuable tool for building project schedules. The use of this application takes the hassle of calculating timelines out of your hands and engages users to be on top of the project schedule. 'In a Day' you will have a good understanding of the application capabilities and will create a simple project schedule to reinforce your learning. It is recommended that participants either take the 'Fundamentals of Project Scheduling' or have a good knowledge of project scheduling prior to attending.
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COMP-9527 - Create a website with Dreamweaver utilizing CSS and adding user interactivity to the Website. Students will create a basic form using Spry as well as creating navigation using CSS. An introduction to Library items and Behaviours will be explored as well as applying CSS Rules to various web pages. Students will also be instructed as to how to upload their websites to a webhost server. Dreamweaver Level 1 is suggested as a pre-requisite.
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COMP-9602 - New users will learn what a spreadsheet is and how it can make mathematical equations easier using formulas. Learn how to create, edit, save and print simple spreadsheets, using MS Excel 2010.
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COMP-9603 - Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 2 teaches students how to apply basic skill sets along with some intermediate to advanced functions to manage and audit numerical reports. Students will learn to create and manipulate charts, work with different types of graphics, look at various methods of analyzing, organizing, linking and sharing workbooks, learn to use advanced formatting features.
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CONS-1055 - This course provides an introduction to basic blueprint reading and common methods of construction. Students will use construction drawings to discuss topics ranging from soil evacuation to roof design. We will discuss legal concepts of building/planning codes and statutes. You will gain a foundation of residential/commercial construction principles, and codes in practice today.
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CRAF-9161 - Keep those fingers busy and nimble by learning the basics of the old-fashioned art of crocheting using yarn. Make granny squares and crochet a fun project.
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CRIM-1002 - In order to understand ourselves and interact appropriately with others, we must first understand the basis for behaviour. The study of psychology provides you with an understanding of why people think and act as they do. It examines the scientific process of research, the human brain and the nervous system, sensation and perception, learning, memory and personality.
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CRIM-1006 - This course provides an examination of various theoretical explanations of criminal and deviant behavior including the sociological, biological and psychological perspectives. Criminological theory is related to various types of criminal activity. The reality of crime in Canada including victimology is examined through crime statistics as are the correlations of criminal behavior.
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CRIM-1013 - The ability to obtain, record and report on information pertaining to an occurrence is imperative to the police and security services. This subject examines effective interviewing skills and recording methods, systems of information storage and retrieval and the particular styles of writing, inherent to investigative writing.
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CRIM-1015 - This course will enable the student to analyze the elements of an offence, to classify offences and to identify possible defences in criminal cases. This course will also enable the student to analyze the rights and obligations of citizens involving area of civil law. The student will recognize the responsibilites and limitations of citizens and police officers in light of the Charter of Rights and Freedom.
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CRIM-1016 - This course will introduce students to the most common Criminal Code offences. Offences against the person, property, weapons and public order offences will be examined. Students will apply knowledge acquired in Criminal and Civil Law to be able to determine the facts in issue for the offences discussed.
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CRIM-1017 - Students develop the interviewing skills necessary to retrieve information from victims, witnesses and suspects. They will learn the basic steps of investigation which includes developing appropriate note taking and observation skills.
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CRIM-1018 - Students will examine the application of statutes affecting youth in conflict with the law from a philosophical, contemporary and historical perspectives. As well, the context of the Young Offenders Act and other relevant legislation, detention, interviewing and processing through the court structure. The ability to summarize and appraise disposition alternatives which may be employed with a view to aiding and rehabilitating a young offender while facilitating public safety and victim response is developed.
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CRIM-1019 - In this course students will develop the knowledge, skills and ability to locate and apply sections of the Provincial Traffic Law. Students will practice locating topics in the Acts and Regulations, will master the definitions required to interpret traffic law and will apply the law concerning Police Authorities, drivers licenses, permits and rules of the road. Students will develop and practice interpersonal strategies and procedures for dealing with motor vechicle stops.
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CRIM-1021 - Students will analyze elements of offences related to weapons and the Firearms Act, controlled drugs and substances and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Provisions of other Federal Statutes and their relationship with the Criminal Code will also be examined.
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CRIM-1022 - This course is designed to foster confidence and competence when dealing with potentially violent situations. The student learns to recognize behavioural responses to crisis and to respond with non-violent conflict resolutions through verbal and non-verbal intervention. Interpersonal and group dynamics, problem solving, and adaptive skills as they relate to conflict resolution and mediation will be explored.
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CRIM-1024 - Students interpret and apply provincial statutes. Topics studied include arrest, search and seizure authorities, common offences and the involement of non-police agencies. The following statues are examined: Provincial Offences Act, Mental Health Act, Landlord Tenant Act, Trespass to Property Act, Liquor License Act, Coroners Act, Family Law Act, the Blind Persons Act, and Game and Fish Act.
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CRIM-1032 - This course will examine pertinent sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms and their impact on the Canadian Criminal Procedure. Citizen and police arrest and release authorities, police powers and search and seizure with and without warrant, police discretion and implications will be discussed. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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CRIM-1033 - Today's law enforcement professionals must be able to apply the laws of Canada and those of the provinces. Therefore, students require more than a basic understanding of the Canadian justice system and how it applies in the field of law enforcement. In this course, students acquire foundational knowledge and skills related to the development, structure and practical operation of the Canadian criminal justice system. The course is geared towards students who will become practitioners in the criminal justice field and will require knowledge of their role in relation to the justice process as a whole. Throughout the course, students will have an opportunity to critically analyze the various components of the justice system, as well as examine the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the system. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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CRIM-1034 - Students in this course will be required to successfully demonstrate a complete comprehension of specific provincials statute laws through regular testing and practical application. Since law enforcement officials may be called upon to give evidence in court, they must be knowledgable in the rules of evidence and how to properly conduct themselves during court proceedings. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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CRIM-2001 -  
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CRIM-2002 - This course will increase knowledge and awareness of the historical overview, the importance of traditions, values and issues in the Aboriginal cultures of Canada. The legal status of Aboriginal people will be explored along with the Aboriginal rights and self-determination. Other critical issues relating to land claims, justice and social service will be studied. The course will provide students with a basic introduction to the Native 'ways of being' in an effort to better understand the challenges facing Native peoples today.
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CRIM-3002 - This course is a continuance of Police Powers 1 and will focus on police governance and accountability issues related to the Police Services Act, police complaints, First Nations policy and management and labour issues. Use of force theory, law and other legal issues related to the use of force will be discussed. Theory related to officer safety will be examined.
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DENT-1044 - Develop sound knowledge of dental terms, with an emphasis on anatomy, disease terms, and instrumentation. Terminology specific to infection control, pain management, tooth restorations, prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, pedodontics, and malocclusion is included.
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DESG-1067 - Participants will learn of the history of print and the evolution towards modern-day printing technologies. Commercial printing techniques will be discussed along with the pre-press production knowledge that is necessary to ensure the proper results. File formats, colour modes, process colour, inks, paper, finishing and many other aspects of print production will be covered. Students will also learn how to work with a client and printer, how to submit a quote and prepare an estimate.
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DESG-9063 - The art of preparing your home to sell quickly and for top dollar. Here is the perfect opportunity for you not only to learn how to speed the sale of your house but also to learn about an exciting career opportunity. Taught by a home staging professional and certified Canadian Staging Professional.
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DESG-9070 - Whether it's high electricity bills or concern about Ontario's coal and nuclear plants, it's time to make your own clean green renewable energy from the sun and wind. Learn how to save money by making your home, business or apartment more efficient and the ECO-nomic approach to renewable energy which will maximize your payback. With the Ontario Government's 'Green Energy Act' you'll be paid the highest rate in North America for the electricity you produce with your solar panels, so there's never been a better time to invest. This workshop takes a critical look at the various technologies available and guides you through producing energy and reducing your carbon footprint on the planet. It also discusses the various elements of the MicroFIT Program that pays .80¢/kWh and provides an objective look at what a realistic Return on Your Investment should be. This is a fun and informative workshop open to anyone and no background in electricity is required.
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DEVL-1017 - This is a 6-week (150 hour) employment opportunity in a workplace environment ((unpaid job placement is paid for by the student). Participants will have the opportunity to supplement their resume with related work experience and a valuable reference.
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DIGL-1023 - Youth in Canada today are the first generation to grow up in a digital world and they are transforming our culture and institutions. This course looks at the Internet and its role in shaping recent history and society. It examines the impact of digital media that empowers our youth to communicate, learn, play, shop and work differently from previous generations. It also provides analytical tools to anticipate and act on what lies ahead in the future. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Centennial college.
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DRIV-1012 - Delivered by Canadian Pro Drivers at Fanshawe College, this course combines theory and practical to enable students to obtain a Driver Education Instructor In-Vehicle license. Applicants must obtain a Driver package from the Drive/Test Center and complete all Ministry tests and OPP check (at the students expense). Students must register one (1) week prior to course start date. Note: Both Part I (DRIV-1012) and Part II (DRIV-3001) must be successfully completed to qualify for a license.
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DRIV-1015 - This MTO (Ministry of Transportation) approved 24 hour course prepares you to safely operate an "F" licence vehicle. Your driving skills will progressively develop through defensive driving, skid avoidance, classroom and simulator training. This course covers the safe operation of an ambulance, pre-trip checks and 10 hours of one on one in vehicle training. After the completion of your training a 1 hour Road Test will be scheduled. The Road Test will be conducted by Fanshawe College signing authorities in a college vehicle. Upon successful completion of the Road Test you will be eligible to upgrade your licence to an "F" class licence.
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DRIV-3001 - Delivered by Canadian Pro Drivers at Fanshawe College, this course combines theory and practical to enable students to complete the students training for a Driver Education Instructor In-Vehicle license. Students must register one (1) week prior to course start date. Note: Both Part I (DRIV-1012) and Part II (DRIV-3001) must be successfully completed to qualify for a license.
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DRIV-9022 - Train to operate various types of forklifts safely. Classroom and practical experience will prepare you to write the certification exam. Included in the course is the Propane Handling, which certifies a driver to handle and change fuel tanks on the forklift.
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DRIV-9025 - www.fanshawec.ca/driversed This course prepares you to ride a motorcycle safely and enjoy the experience. This is a Canada Safety Council program sanctioned by the Ministry of Transportation. This intensive practical course is designed to progressively develop your riding skills. At the end of the course, you will be tested and if successful will receive the documentation for your M2 license. Students must obtain an M1 license prior to course start; provide a DOT approved helmet with eye protection, leather gloves (full finger), long sleeved jacket, long pants, and leather boots over the ankle (no running shoes). Please dress for the weather. If student is less than 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must attend the first half hour of the first night to co-sign the required waiver (The waiver can be viewed on the 'driversed' web page). No refunds three (3) business days prior to course start. This course if offerend in London and Clinton.
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DRIV-9030 - www.fanshawec.ca/driversed The course is designed to prepare a rider for the M2 Exit test. Scheduled for one evening, one day. Students must have a valid M2 license and have held the M2 for a period of more than 18 months (with successful completion of Motorcycle Driver Education); 22 months without Driver Education. Students must have their own motorcycle, riding apparel, and valid insurance. Students must ride and pass the simulated road test evaluation. The required waiver can be viewed on the 'driversed' web page.
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DRIV-9033 -  
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DRIV-9044 - Our interactive simulator program provides customized scenarios developed specifically for defensive driving training and accident prevention. Through technological advances using our simulator you will challenge and build your driving skills. The student can safely drive through a variety of weather and road conditions in city, urban and highway settings. The simulations will be combined with classroom presentations and discussions.
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DRIV-9057 - www.fanshawec.ca/driversed Want a glimpse into the exiting world of motorcycles and increase your confidence before entering the M2 course? Then get a head start in this preparatory course where you will be introduced to braking, balance and clutch control. Students do not require an M1 license for this course. Students must provide a DOT approved helmet with eye protection, leather gloves (full finger), long sleeved substantial jacket, long pants (denim or leather), and leather boots over the ankle (no running shoes). Please dress for the weather. If student is less than 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must attend the first half hour of the first night to co-sign the required waiver. The waiver can be viewed on the 'driversed' web page above. No refunds three (3) days prior to course start.
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DRIV-9063 - Come out and test drive a Can-Am Spyder on our parking lot. In this 2 hour session you will learn how to operate, brake and drive a few simple maneuvers supervised by our certified instructors, on a closed course. No licence is required to test drive. Minimum age is 21. Students must provide a DOT approved helmet with eye protection, leaher gloves(full finger), long sleeved substantial jacket, long pants (denim or leather), and leather boots over the ankle (no running shoes). Please dress for the weather.
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DRIV-9064 - This course is designed to teach the novice or experienced rider how to ride a 3-wheeled motorcycle. This 10 hour course takes the rider through basic skills training. Examples of the training include turning, braking, shifting, and controlling the vehicle at speed. The training includes classroom and practical parking lot training and testing on a Can-Am Spyder. The skills evaluation is conducted at the end of the course by MTO-approved Signing Authorities.
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ECED-1055 - In a child care setting with children aged 2 1/2 to 5 years, students will have the opportunity to integrate their knowledge of the processes, sequences and diverse patterns of development and of educational principles by designing and implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum and learning experiences. Students will create an inclusive environment through respectful and sensitive interactions, identification and response to emotional needs and facilitation of social skills and pro-social behaviours.
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ECED-1056 - Child Development I provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of human development: the study of how people change over time. Part One introduces the student to the beginnings of the study of human development: research methods and designs, theories of development, the workings of heredity, and sequences of development from conception to birth. Part Two examines the development of the child during the first two years of life, the rapid and radical changes during this relatively brief period, individual differences in patterns of development, and inter-relations between the child and his/her world. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1057 - In Curriculum Development I, students will be introduced the principles and guidelines early childhood educators use to design developmentally appropriate and inclusive programs for young children. Special emphasis will be placed on the roles of play, creativity, inclusiveness and literacy in the development of curriculum which addresses all areas of children's development - physical, psycho-social and cognitive. Students will explore the components of curriculum which address the specific needs of children between birth and age two. Using an activity plan form, they will plan, implement and evaluate an activity for an infant or toddler. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1058 - Caregivers of young children need to understand and be able to implement a variety of skills and techniques that will help the child gain control of his/her environment and self. The adult's ability to guide children's behaviour effectively and to teach children to self-regulate their own behaviour will have a profound impact on all aspects of their development - physical, psychosocial and cognitive. Guidance of the young child is a course that explores styles of care giving, discipline and the impact of the physical environment on the child's development and behaviour. The course reviews a number of theoretical approaches and guidance models. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1059 - This course is designed to familiarize students with early childhood education from historical, theoretical, practical, and political points of view. Various types of child care will be examined in relation to the needs of children, families and staff. Students will be introduced to the Day Nurseries Act and other applicable legislation which affects centre's policies and operations. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1060 - Observing as the primary method for gathering information about young children will be the focus of the course. Students will develop skills in the implementation of a range of observation techniques including descriptive narratives, time samplings, event samplings, anecdotal records frequency counts checklists, charts and mappings. Note: The observation data collected during this course will be utilized in the Child Development II course. Students must retain their agreement/permission forms from this course which will be submitted when taking the Child Development II course. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1061 - This course encourages students to examine various philosophical approaches to early childhood education with a view to developing and stating their own philosophy. The course content addresses both historical and current factors in the development of theoretical perspectives. It focuses on comparing and contrasting some theories which differ dramatically in their approaches to early education. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1063 - In this course, students will take a comprehensive look at Children's Wellness in a child care setting. The Children's Wellness course has been broken into 3 large blocks of material. These blocks include: Safety; Nutrition; and Health as they relate to young children. Each of these areas will constitute approximately 1/3 of the subject material covered. Strategies for maintaining a healthy child care environment will be presented. Information on staff health and infection control will help learners to manage good care with minimum health risks. Creating a safe child care environment will be examined in depth. Accessories, behaviours and conditions for safety risk in both indoor and outdoor environments will form much of the safety dialogue. Providing nutritional balance in child care will be a focus. Students will have an opportunity to apply their knowledge in both theoretical and practical ways. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-1071 - Students will be introduced to the daily routines, and schedules, interactions with children and the value of play. This will be accomplished through class presentations, discussions, workshops and visits to an Early Years Setting. Students will begin to foster supportive relationships with children and an Early Childhood Mentor as they are oriented to the Field Placement experience. Professional attitudes and behaviours are expected at an introductory level. A Professional Readiness Checklist is used to help students expand and develop their skills.
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ECED-1072 - The person first, the disability second! Foremost is conveyed the idea that each child is seen as a unique individual possessing both skills and needs which will affect his learning potential. Develop an understanding of various disabilities so that you may work with children effectively in an inclusive environment. Emphasis is placed on the caregiver/teacher's role in planning for individual needs, while supporting the growth of the group in the childcare setting.
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ECED-3023 - In a child care setting with infants or toddlers, students will have the opportunity to integrate their knowledge of motor, cognitive and language development by implementing appropriate and inclusive practice through routines, interactions and experiences which encourage play and exploration. Students will foster nurturing and supportive relationships, respondingsensitively to behaviour and utilizing guidance techniques that balance autonomy and security.Professional attitudes and behaviours are expected.
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ECED-3024 - In a practicum setting within the field of ECE, students will perform the various roles of an early childhood educator, demonstrating commitment to professionalism and acting in accordance with ethical and professional standards.
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ECED-3025 - This course explores research and theories of development from the prenatal period throughout the first three years of life. Attachment, emotional well-being and individual differences in experience, temperament, strengths and areas requiring strengthening are analyzed through observation, documentation and by examining case studies. Trust, autonomy and positive self-concept are emphasized as the foundation for secure, responsive and respectful interactions and guidance strategies.
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ECED-3033 - Throughout this course, students will learn about the professional organizations, standards of practice and ethical responsibilities of Registered Early Childhood Educators. Students explore issues and develop strategies to determine the nature of their professional responsibilities. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-5009 - In Curriculum Development III, students will use the principles and guidelines of curriculum development to design developmentally appropriate and inclusive programs for preschool and school age children. Emphasis will continue to be placed on the roles of play, creativity, literacy and inclusiveness in the development of curriculum which addresses all areas of children’s development - physical, cognitive and social/emotional. (Areas of exploration will be specific to children between birth and 12 years.) Within this age range a variety of subjects related to the cognitive domain will be studied. Individual, small and large group activities (gatherings) will be investigated as well as emergent curriculum and week-long program planning. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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ECED-6002 - The student will cover an overview of psychological and developmental issues such as 'nature vs nurture',child development and growth as well as social implications and family influence. Students will also review and tour Ministry websites and locations.
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ECON-1002 - Economics I is an introductory microeconomics course which covers a broad curriculum of microeconomic principles. Students will study the foundations of economic choice, market pricing, consumer behaviour, business decision making, market structure and policy development in a small open economy like Canada.
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ECON-1005 - This is an introductory macroeconomics course. Students will study measures of macroeconomic activity, growth in the economy and the government's role in stabilizing the economy.
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ECON-1021 - This course introduces students to the principlesthat are essential to an understanding ofcontemporary macroeconomics issues. Emphasis isplaced on the use of economic models to analyzeeconomic developments accurately and objectively.Students examine unemployment, inflation, andeconomic growth; as well, they evaluategovernment's use of fiscal and monetary policy todeal with these problems.
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ECON-3006 - This course introduces the student to theprinciples that are essential to an understandingof contemporary microeconomic issues. Emphasis isplaced on the use of economic models to analyzeeconomic developments accurately and objectively.Students will examine the role of prices andcompetitive markets in the allocation ofresources, firm behaviour and market structures;as well, they will evaluate the effects ofgovernment intervention in the economicmarketplace.
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EDUC-1050 -  
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EDUC-1051 - 'The Educational Milieu' will describe learning techniques, training standards, ethical practices, historical development of education, legislation and the implications. 'Roles, Responsibilities and Teamwork' will help set up supports, describe roles, and discuss Effective teamwork. 'How Children Learn' includes child/youth development and its Assessment, evaluation and implications and learning/educating styles and their implications for teachers, EAs and students.
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EDUC-1052 - 'Language Arts' teaches accurate use of language skills, describes the related curriculum, the EA role, which factors affect their development & what approaches can be used to develop these skills. 'Mathematics & Other Curriculum' describes Ontario curriculum: Mathematics, EA role, components, factors affecting their development & approaches. 'Concrete Materials & Technology' explains concrete materials, equipment & technology & the EA role.
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EDUC-1055 - This subject examines cultural and sociolinguistic issues affecting language learning.
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EDUC-1057 - This subject offers students the theory and practice required to explain grammar form and function to the adult ESL learner.
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EDUC-1058 - This practicum involves 30 hours of observation of instruction and learning in the ESL classroom. It gives students the opportunity to observe different ESL classes and levels, ESL classroom dynamics, a variety of learning and instructional styles and techniques, and practical teaching skills such as classroom management, instructional methods and strategies, time/content/material management, and instructional language. This practicum must be completed within a two-semester time frame.
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EDUC-1059 - This course focuses on learning how to apply the principles of adult learning and to develop basic skills essential to successful instruction. This is specifically designed for teachers and trainers in all fields who present information to adults.
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EDUC-1060 - This course is designed to give learners an overview of the processes involved in assessment and evaluation. A variety of types of evaluation will be utilized in order to understand and meet the needs of learners and stakeholders. Learners will be encouraged to evaluate their own practice as a teacher or trainer in their environment.
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EDUC-1062 - There are many effective ways for adult learners to experience course content and gain new found subject knowledge. In today's complex learning environment, the most successful instructors demonstrate instructional strategies that both respect and challenge adult learners. Through lectures, discussion (synchronous and asynchronous) and various assignments, participants will explore a wide variety of instructional techniques including: lecture, group discussion, demonstration, icebreakers, case study, brainstorming, debate, fishbowl, collage, role-play, panel discussions and skits. Factors affecting the selection of techniques will also be addressed. Participants will demonstrate their mastery of instructional techniques through the design and on-line delivery of a lesson. Instructional strategies or approaches to learning whic include a variety of techniques will also be covered by reviewing some of the most common strategies including co-operative learning, problem-based learning and action learning. In addition to instructional techniques and strategies, classroom management issues and the use of media and resources will also be covered.
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EDUC-1086 - Students experience hands-on teaching in an online environment, and review the fundamental concepts for online instructional design. Emphasis in this course is placed on online andragogy; best practices in an online teaching environment; basic online instructional design; analyzing online teaching tools; planning, facilitating, creating and assessing collaborative and interactive e-learning experiences; and future trends in online learning. Inthis online course, students engage in varied self-directed learning experiences including; posts; the opportunity to teach peers about an online teaching tool; the development of a personal teaching philosophy; development of an online lesson plan; the creation of formative and summative evaluations; the preparation of grading rubrics and criteria; and self-reflection.
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EDUC-3006 - This practicum involves 10 hours of classroom instruction and 20 hours of other instructional learning in the ESL classroom. It gives students the opportunity to observe different ESL classes and levels, ESL classroom dynamics, a variety of learning and instructional styles and techniques, and practical teaching skills such as classroom management, instructional methods and strategies, time/content/material management, and instructional language. Placement hours and course assignments must be completed within the term of registration.
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EDUC-5001 - This practicum involves 10 hours of classroom instruction and 20 hours of other instructional learning in the ESL classroom. It gives students the opportunity to observe different ESL classes and levels, ESL classroom dynamics, a variety of learning and instructional styles and techniques, and practical teaching skills such as classroom management, instructional methods and strategies, time/content/material management, and instructional language. This practicum must be completed within a two-semester time frame.
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EDUC-6030 - This course provides the theoretical foundations, knowledge and practical skills required to design and deliver effective outcomes based lessons, courses and programs appropriate to the community college context. Participants will have opportunities to examine and utilize a broad variety of instructional strategies and perspectives that facilitate student learning, to discuss and apply theories of adult learning and college education, and to integrate a philosophy of student success into the design and delivery of learning activities.
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EDUC-6033 - This course provides opportunities for participants to develop an awareness of their professional rights and responsibilities as college educators, and to further develop the skills, attitudes and ethical principles demonstrated in their professional practice.
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ELEC-9020 - Fix it yourself and save money! Learn to do a variety of simple home electrical repairs, including installing a ceiling fixture and repairing or replacing a wall switch or outlet. Discover the difference between aluminum and copper wiring and how to work with both. Learn about the tools you will need, how-to's, when-to's and when it is safer not to. Amaze yourself with what you can do!
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EMGT-5001 - You will develop an understanding of various emergency plans/procedures and your responsibility as identified in those plans. You will become aware of the resources available within the emergency response community. The information taught in this course is specific to the Emergency Response field. Students will learn unique information concerning response to emergency and how to manage them.
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ENGL-1042 - This course offers an introduction to applied communication, with particular emphasis on the development of listening, reading, writing and study skills. Language skills developed in this course will be useful to students in college courses, as well as in the workplace.
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ENGL-3018 - Students continue to expand their practical writing and speaking skills for successful communication in business. Using real-life scenarios and research skills, they produce informal reports and proposals, deliver presentations to a live audience supported by technology and create a job search package. Students create professional documents, such as information reports, progress reports, justification/recommendation reports, summary reports and minutes of meetings to develop up-to-date writing skills. The job search package includes employment readiness skills, resumes, persuasive cover letters and interview techniques. In all written work, students continue to develop and enhance their grammar skills to meet professional, workplace standards. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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ENVR-1016 - Based on the general principles of national citizenship, environmental citizenship goes beyond national borders to emphasize global environmental rights and responsibilities - to focus on both conservation of and planned sustainable use of our planet's resources, as well as the recognition that environmental health is a prerequisite to human health. Environmental citizenship is a personal commitment to learning more about the environment and to taking responsible environmental action. This course is a journey into adopting attitudes and behaviours that foster global environmental responsibility. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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ENVR-1025 - This course facilitates the development of analytical and evaluation skills required in the management of environmental issues. Students gain a better understanding of the complexity of environmental policies, legislation procedures, and familiarity with the implications and effects of environmental management strategies. The application and development of site inspections and program auditing are explored to assist in the recognition and analysis of potential environmental risks as they would apply in the development of an environmental management system. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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FASH-1023 - This is a pre-requisite for all courses. Concentrate on the essentials of dressmaking, including the basic sewing skills, selection of a pattern and materials, taking measurements and the steps involved in constructing a simple skirt. Construction techniques for other skirt styles are also covered.
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FDMG-1005 - Provides the student with an understanding of the food service worker role in a food service department within a facility. Emphasis is placed on responsibility, accountability and the importance of working with others as a team member. An overview of health care accreditation and the role of the food service worker will be examined.
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FDMG-1008 - You will learn the importance and use of special diets and enteral and supplemental products in disease management.
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FDMG-1058 - Discusses food preparation and service procedures required for an efficient and effective food service operation. Students are introduced to the basic principles of menu planning, standardized recipes, purchasing and receiving procedures, food production systems, and food delivery systems.
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FDMG-1068 - In an age of the 4000 km caesar salad and the 100 mile diet, with 800 million hungry people on Earth and over 1 billion overweight, understanding the "food system" is a hot item on the menu. How do we, and how should we eat for the 21st century? How do we build the sustainable local and global food systems we want? This course explores these questions by following food's circular journey - from the farm fields where heirloom and biotech seeds are sown; into chick McNugget and atrisanal cheese factories; out to A&P, farmers markets, and restaurants; onto our dinner tables, forks and taste buds; and back to the beginning via composters and landfills. Its a wild mix, including issues like biotechnology, organic farming, globalization, climate change, peak oil, water scarcity, food security, obesity, hunger, the global food price crisis. At the centre of the course, and certificate program, it serves as an introduction for, are the practical opportunities and challenges of making food system changes happen on local and global political, econcomic and ecological fields.
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FDMG-1070 - Study the exciting urban agriculture projects and policies that are currently transforming the landscape, building community, and creating food security in Canadian cities. From community, schoolyard and rooftop gardens, to urban CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farms and greenhouses, consider success stories and challenges for the development of urban food production. Take a close look at the relationship between municipal law and policy and urban agriculture in cities of interest to you.
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FDMG-2003 - Identifies the importance of sanitary practices in transportation, purchasing, receiving and storage of food. Emphasis is placed on reducing the incidence of foodborne disease outbreaks in high risk populations.
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FDMG-9184 - Love the thrill of the grill and experimentingwith food and seasonings to create deliciousextraordinary barbecued meals? Learn to try avariety of methods and foods to expand yourbarbecuing expertise. Your family and guests willbe in awe.
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FINA-1007 - This course gives students the foundations of managerial finance with emphasis on the procurement of funds to support the normal operations and expansion of a business, and control over the use of these funds. Content includes analysis of the financial environment and its components, working capital management, strategic decision-making, and financial planning.
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FINA-1018 - Gain an understanding of financial and management accounting, accounting reports and disclosure and the methodologies required to perform calculations as the basis for sound decision making. It is strongly recommended that you have some fundamental knowledge in accounting in order to be successful in this course. Recommend ACCT-1004 as an introductory course.
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FINA-1035 - The Investment Funds in Canada course completes the educational requirements for those wanting to enter the financial services industry to sell mutual funds. It offers an overview of the investment market, its regulations, its products, with specific reference to mutual funds, and an understanding of the challenges surrounding investment suitability. This helps students understand potential client needs and their interest in investment opportunities. Included in this course is an exam preparation guide, in addition to practice exams and online Q&A. Note: Students must purchase textbook materials directly from the Canadian Securities Institute. Please contact the division to ensure the course is running prior to ordering materials.
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FINA-1041 - Leaders in any organization need to understand the cost of doing business. Financial documents are used to explain how money is used in a business and can be interpreted to predict an organization's success. The ethical and effective use of financial statements and ratio calculations for forecasting and budget preparation can ensure investments or withdrawals within an organization will produce a healthy return or mitigate decline in other areas. Knowing the processes for assessing ROI, creating a budget and anticipating variances are critical in any organization in order to make effective decisions.
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FINA-1043 - This course examines the following finances; everyday banking, loans, insurance, housing expenses, budgeting, long term planning, taxes, investments and contracts and leases. Through discussion and case studies the learner will participate in creating household budgets, the rights and responsibilities associated with finances, consumer protection, and available sources of funding.
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FINA-3008 - This course has been designed to provide the student with a basic knowledge of the structure, purpose and administration of the federal income tax system. It includes the determination of employment income, property income (interest income), capital gains and other sources of income that an individual may earn. Students will learn to identify specific deductions available to an individual. Students will learn to calculate the minimum Taxable Income and Taxes Payable (before and after tax credits) for an individual. Students will complete a simple T1 personal tax return. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class.
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FINA-3035 - You will learn about the determination of business income, rental income and about the treatment of various types of losses, in addition to studying the calculation of Taxable Income, and federal and provincial Taxes Payable for corporate taxpayers. The students will also learn about the GST/HST provision, the concept of supply, the requirement to register for GST and be able to calculate input tax credits. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class.
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FINA-5006 - This advanced taxation course covers many of the same topics in Taxation I (FINA 3007) and Taxation II (FINA 3020). The topics are covered in further depth with the use of the Income Tax Act. The course emphasizes understanding of the use of the conceptual structure of the Income Tax Act and equips students with skill in the application of its rules to practice cases. The course is designed to help strengthen problem-solving skills in the framework of professional practice.
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FINA-9072 - Unmask the mystery of finances & budgeting and be able to better understand the how/what/when/where and why. This workshop will introduce various financial concepts such as: financial management, financial statements, cost accounting, budgeting and management control systems.
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FINA-9079 - What's the point of working towards your financial goals if you haven't got a great safety net to protect you when life throws a curve ball? Get great tips and strategies to protect yourself from financial loss in the event of an accident, illness or death of you or a loved one.
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FINA-9080 - Every woman in the room will have been through a series of financial ups and downs. What qualities do you need to be REALLY financially empowered. Perseverance, believing in yourself and your goals, believing that you deserve to be financially empowered. Learn powerful strategies to help you stay on track, encourage you when results are slower than hoped for, and be inspired to stay true to your financial healthy choices.
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FNDR-1006 - Accountability and transparency are key in today's society. Students develop realistic marketing, communication and financial plans that reflect the budgetary obligations of an organization, learn how to inspire general public interest and establish trust in the brand of the organization they represent. Students learn the importance and role of marketing, public relations and financial management in the world of fundraising. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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FNDR-1007 - Issues and processes involved in planning and organizing special events are presented. Students examine the organization, advantages and disadvantages of special events as a fundraising technique including tasks and responsibilities, working with committees, creative development of event concepts, scheduling and budgeting and strategies for maximizing profits from the event. Corporate partnerships and grant seeking, and entrepreneurial and third-party fundraising activities are also examined. Students develop fundraising plans according to the needs and capabilities of the organization they represent, such as finances and human resources. Relationships with the corporate sector and the means to identify their interest in fundraising are explored. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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FNDR-1010 - Students apply concepts learned in the program through a series of reports. In collaboration with a non-profit organization, students analyze existing fundraising practices and make recommendations for enhancements. Acting as members of a Board of Directors, students provide ongoing feedback to colleagues and help to critique the final report. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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FNDR-3002 - To investigate the management of volunteer resources to aid in the raising of funds. It will help the student understand the basic concepts in human resource management and, in particular, how they are amended to apply to the management of volunteers in a fundraising setting. Basic marketing principles will be introduced to aid in the understanding of volunteer recruitment. Relevant management, leadership, and problem-solving topics will also be studied.
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FREN-1004 - The objective of this course is to enable the student to gain confidence in the knowledge and application of the French language by using simple structures and vocabulary. In this introductory level the student will learn to express physical, emotional and personality attributes as well as 'how' to formulate basic questions to obtain this information. At the end of this course the student will have some knowledge of present verb tenses. The reading of short articles brings to light family life in a French culture, the customs and activities related to family celebrations in Canada and around the world. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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FREN-3004 - The student will sustain development of language skills by extending vocabulary with regard to all activities after work such as weekend chores, leisure, sports including holidaying abroad. The grammatical structures at this level continue to be simple. Through systematic exercises the student becomes more confident and moves on from level 1 present tense to the near future and the past tense. The student at the end of this level will be able to share more extensively life at home as well as describe a real or imagined past holiday in a French speaking country.
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FREN-5002 - The progressive acquisition, reinforcement, and creative use of language structures will give the student confidence to self-expression. By analyzing, comparing and applying the French past tenses, the student will have the basic tools to story telling. At this level, the student will be encouraged to express simple and complex sentence structures. Anecdotes by authors from French speaking Canada will serve as models for the final task. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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HLTH-1006 - This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and functions of the human body and the related terminology used to describe body parts, structure, and function. Related terminology will also include general or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and abbreviations.
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HLTH-1007 - Enable students to demonstrate appropriate processing skills for the completion of physicians' orders.
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HLTH-1010 - This course will focus on personal and organizational skills required by persons employed in health care in an office/clerical assistant role. This will assist them to effectively carry out their role in assisting with the administration of a nursing unit/health care facility office.
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HLTH-1015 - This course provides a comprehensive introduction to employee and employer rights and responsibilities for ensuring a safe work environment. Topics covered include: safety management, policy development, measuring safety performance, Occupational Health and Safety Act, WHMIS/WHMIS 2015, Workplace Safety Insurance Act, accident prevention and procedures and workplace violence/harassment.
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HLTH-1048 - This hands on advanced workshop for RN's and RPN's updates knowledge to 2013 Diabetic Guidelines for Footcare. Learn to assess high risk feet with neuropathy. Understand treating vascular vs. arterial ulcers using new internationally accepted Clinical Best Practice Guidelines. In labs, you will practice padding and strapping to reduce foot pain. Nail conditions, nail care and nail packing are taught. Uniform or lab coat required for community clinical practice on day three.
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HLTH-1065 - This course is designed for health care professionals who would like to learn the skill of venipuncture. There will be a theory portion and hands-on workshop which provides demonstration and basic venipuncture techniques in Fanshawe’s state of the art simulation labs. You will receive a Letter of Recognition upon successful completion and demonstration.
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HLTH-1091 - This course will give you the knowledge and skills required to prepare a client for examination, including measuring vital signs, measuring height and weight, positioning and draping, use of proper body mechanics, tray preparation and specimen collection. You will learn how to complete a proper health assessment using a review of body systems. Knowledge will be gained in the ares of infection and infection control; medical and surgical asepis, medical abbreviations and terminology. All of the knowledge and skills acquired will prepare you for working in a health care setting.
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HLTH-1092 - In this course, the learner is introduced to the role of the Ontario Personal Support Worker (PSW) and the scope of practice for the PSW within the health care system. Through class discussion, seminars, lectures, the learner will explore confidentiality and privacy, client rights and boundaries, ethical issues, professional behavior, and legislation involving the health care system.
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HLTH-1093 - Students will be introduced to core concepts and skills; providing compassionate care to all; growth and development throughout the life span; food safety, meal planning and feeding; assisting with mobility, positioning, lifts and transfers; ensuring safety in both homes and institutions; personal hygiene and grooming; infection control; caring for mothers, infants, children and the elderly; abuse; and documentation. The individual's rights to safety, dignity, respect, privacy and confidentiality will be emphasized.
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HLTH-1094 - In this course the student will examine self, personal beliefs and values as well as explore the concept of the helping relationship and interpersonal relationships with others. Knowledge, skills and attitudes for career and college success will also be developed.
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HLTH-1095 - This course is designed to introduce the beginning personal support worker to the structure and basic function of the human body. Discussion will center on the normal and will include age related changes that occur through the lifespan. Medical terminology will be used throughout the course enabling the student to begin to develop a basic scientific vocabulary that will grow over time.
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HLTH-1096 - HLTH-1096 PSW Laboratory practice course is designed to introduce the basic skills involved with activities of daily living (ADLs). When taken concurrently with Clinical Practice I, the student is given an opportunity to practice in both clinical and laboratory settings. Throughout this course, emphasis is placed on respecting the client's need for privacy, as well as for dignity, preferences, safety and respect.
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HLTH-1098 - This course has a focus on selected life transitions or passages from one way of living to another. These life transitions include illness, rehabilitation, admission to a long-term care setting, and death and dying. Supportive personal care for special needs children and individuals with developmental disabilities is also included. The role of the personal support worker in household management is examined. Health promotion, a value that upholds clients' and families' rights to make choices and have a sense of control about their health situation and lifestyle, is emphasized throughout the course.
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HLTH-1099 - In, 'Ongoing Health Challenges (HLTH 1099)', students will study how to care for Clients with a variety of health challenges. The impact of specific chronic illnesses and / or disabilities throughout the lifespan will be discussed, as well as ways PSW's can support individuals and their families with these chronic health challenges. In addition, assisting with medication administration will be discussed. The individual's rights to safety, dignity, respect, privacy, and confidentiality will be emphasized throughout this course.
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HLTH-1100 - In this course, students will be introduced to those illnesses referred to as, 'Mental Illness, Mental Health Disorders, Emotional Illness and Psychiatric Disorders,' with a special emphasis on Cognitive Disorders. Mental health disorders can affect all aspects of a person's life: the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual.Understanding an illness begins with knowing what it is called and what that means. Students may wonder -- if the current view of health is holistic -- why do we have a whole category of illnesses designated as 'mental' disorders. Does this mean that mental disorders have no physical symptoms?This course will examine mental illness with an emphasis on appreciating the lived experience of the client, and what it means to the person who is suffering from it, and how to care for people experiencing mental disorders.
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HLTH-1105 - Introduces students to the principles of decontamination including instrument/equipment disassembly, various methods of cleaning/disinfection, use of decontamination equipment (automated), proper workflow, standard precautions and the safe handling of sharps and medical bio-hazardous waste material.
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HLTH-1108 - A major responsibility of healthcare providers is to minimize patient risks. In the operating room, this is particularly iimportant regarding surgical wound infections. One critical way to prevent surgical wound infections is by presenting surgical items that are free of contamination. This is accomplished by subjecting surgical equipment and instrumentation to a validated sterilization process, and by maintaining that sterility, until they are used. Some of the components to sterilization, such as packaging, preparation and loading of steam sterilizers, are often overlooked or are not fully understood. This course introduces students to the proper techniques for the assembly, wrapping and/or packaging of surgical instruments, supplies and patient care equipment.Advances in surgical technique have resulted in the regular use of a wide assortment of complex and sophisticated surgical instrumentation. Healthcare professionals need to make sure these delicate and expensive items are protected, as well as sterilized according to the medical device manufacturer's written instructions.
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HLTH-1110 - Pasteurisation. Ethylene oxide (EtO). Formaldehyde. Ozone. Peracedic Acid. Ultrasonics. Autoclaving. The options for cleaning,disinfecting and sterilizing surgical instruments are numerous, and each alternative comes with its own benefits and drawbacks. The proper sterilization of medical devices, surgical instruments, supplies and equipment utilized in direct patient care and surgery is a critical aspect of the modern health care delivery system and directly impacts patient safety. Sterilization is a complex process. It is imperative that technicians involved in the reprocessing and sterilization of medical devices have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles and methods of sterilization utilized in today's health care settings. In this course many of these principles will be introduced and common sterilization processes will be compared and evaluated.
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HLTH-1112 - Introduction to sterile storage, inventory control distribution systems including the case care system, portering, and stock rotation.
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HLTH-1114 - A supervised, preceptored clinical placement that provides the opportunity for students to apply sterile processing theoretical knowledge and skills in a hospital setting.
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HLTH-1117 - This course focuses on the general principles of drug administration in various health care settings. Such topics as current drug legislation, methods of safe drug administration, common drug interactions and reactions, and types of drugs and drug names will be covered in depth.
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HLTH-1118 - Introduces the student to the sterile processing role and environment, microbiology, infection control, aseptic technique and workplace environmental hazards.
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HLTH-1119 - Introduces the student to instrument classification, specifics of proper handling techniques and recognition of common problems related to instrument usage.
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HLTH-1130 - This course enables students to read, spell and comprehend medical terminolgy for the purpose of diagnosis. This is an OntarioLearn course offered by Loyalist College: LO-HLTH8007. Please see source CIS for details.
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HLTH-1139 - This course provides an introduction to computer operating system, word processing, data management, email and internet applications. Standards related to data security, privacy and confidentially are introduced, Students are also introduced to the concepts of computerized patient monitoring systems and devices, electronic medical records, Telehealth, and nursing informatics.
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HLTH-1146 - This clinical practice is designed to enable students to continue as active participants in the improvement of their own clinical knowledge and skills through practice and praxis. This practice will also provide an opportunity to work with clients requiring complex care and/or health promotion in hospital or community settings. Building on previous professional practice experiences, this clinical placement further develops nursing practice skills, interprofessional, interpersonal, organizational, and leadership skills to promote health and healing. Pattern recognition, evidence-informed decision-making, synthesis of previously learned concepts and competencies, and increased self-directedness will be emphasized. All courses in your program must be completed prior to attending clinical placements. You will be placed on one or more supervised and preceptored affiliated clinical sites. Sites include acute and long term care facilities. Placement is individualized based on clinical availability.
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HLTH-1147 - Preceptorship is an opportunity to work on areas of required growth and consolidation with the guidance of a clinical mentor/supervisor. During this final experience, learners will focus on gaining proficiency in practice, developing leadership skills and aim toward independence in practice. Learners will also function as an active member of an interdisciplinary health team, integrate their nursing skills, and their sense of professional responsibility and identity. Learners work with a preceptor in a selected area of practice, learning professional responsibility and developing their own individual style of practice. At the completion of the course, the learner will meet the competencies expected of entry to practice Registered Nurses (CNO 2009a).
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HLTH-1151 - Introduces the role of a patient transporter(porter) in the hospital, and discussions on teamwork, conflict resolution and self direction willassist the learner to effectively work within aacute setting team.
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HLTH-1153 - During this course death and dying will be discussed so that you will be able to identify your role and risk factors for grief, communicate with families in crisis, direct families for assistance with the emotional needs, and living through and beyond loss.
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HLTH-1160 - In this course, the learner will study the following topics; health and well being, including healthy eating, and lifestyle, dental health, public health issues, addictions and prevention, and mental health.
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HLTH-1161 - Stress can play a huge factor in our personal and professional lives. Learning to deal with it is vital for our long-term health. While stress alone doesn't cause disease, it triggers molecular changes throughout the body that makes us more susceptible to many illnesses. In this course, students will gain an understanding of the importance of how to deal with both positive and negative stress in their lives. By using the wellness perspectives each student will gain insight into how they can control both internal and external stressors. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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HLTH-1162 - This course will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of pathophysiology and related disease processes. The underlying concepts of homeostasis, cellular changes, inflammation, infection, healing and abnormal immune responses will be examined. The basic concepts of fluid - electrolyte and acid-base balance will be analyzed and how imbalances can promote disorder in the body. Common diagnostic testing will be examined and how they are utilized in the process of diagnosing disease and prognostic outcomes. Specific diseases and disorders will be discussed to apply the concepts learned and how they effect the structure and functioning of the human body. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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HLTH-1163 - This 36 hour course introduces the student to important concepts related to human diseases. The most common diseases and disorders of each body system are presented along with a review of the anatomy and physiology pertinent to the content. Additionally, the effects of aging on the system and the relationship of aging to disease are presented. This course is open to people currently employed in health related areas or to those who hope to do so in the future.
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HLTH-1164 - Designed for medical office professionals to assist in developing an understanding of common medical tests related to a wide variety of body systems. Knowledge in the area of medical testing will help the student to educate the patient in relation to the description and purpose of the test, preparation of the patient before the test, with care during and after the test, end expected results. Risks, complications, and special concerns are covered. This course is open to people currently employed in health related areas or hope to do so in the future.
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HLTH-1182 - Clinical placements give you hands-on practice andexperience in different work envionments. You willbe placed on one or more supervised andpreceptored affiliated clinical sites. Sitesinclude acute and long term care facilities.
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HLTH-1183 - This course will cover the basic procedures involved in preparing for veterinary surgeries, record keeping, pre and post op duties, handling and cleaning of surgical instruments, most common elective surgeries, sterile and non-sterile procedures, asepsis, and appropriate behaviour in the surgery room.
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HLTH-1184 - This course will give the student an introduction to Veterinary Anesthesia. The topics covered will include basics about equipment, monitoring devices, different methods and tasks involved in preparing animals for anesthesia, monitoring and the post anesthetic period.
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HLTH-1195 - This 6 week course is offered to RN's and RPN's currently working in a dialysis centre or those who hope to gain employment in one. Pathophysiology, progression of renal failure to dialysis, acute renal failure and disease affecting the kidney will be covered.
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HLTH-1196 - This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of learning basic electronic patient scheduling and registration. It is strongly recommended that students have medical terminology, good typing skills and basic computer knowledge.
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HLTH-1209 - This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and functions of the human body and the related terminology used to describe body parts, structure, and function. Related terminology will also include general or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and abbreviations.
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HLTH-1220 - This course is designed for Health Care Educators who want to increase their understanding of the disease process and management of diabetes. It is proven that control of diabetes reduces the risk of complications for people with diabetes. Participants in this course will examine the essential elements for diabetes control - balance of food, physical activity and medication.
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HLTH-1223 - This course is designed to assist workers in a health care setting in better understanding the needs, expectations, and behaviours of multicultural patients.
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HLTH-3020 - HLTH-3020 PSW Long Term Care Clinical Practicum 1 & 2 enables students to apply skills and concepts learned in the classroom and laboratory by providing care for residents in a long-term care setting over two clinical rotations. Throughout this course, emphasis will be placed on concepts such as confidentiality, safety, organizational skills, reliability, communication, and documentation. In the first rotation, students are introduced to the role and responsibilities of the PSW while providing basic care and appropriate communication to clients and the health care team. In the second rotation, students are expected to synthesize learned knowledge and continue to provide safe, competent care for an increasing number of clients. In order to understand of the challenges that face clients throughout the day and evening periods students will be introduced to the afternoon/evening shift. Evaluation of the students learning will be accomplished by observation of care given in the clinical setting, and during a 'Skills Integration Day', as well as through journaling, data collection and assignments.
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HLTH-3022 - This practicum course enables the student to work both independently and as part of the team in the care of individuals and families at various stages of the life cycle in a community setting, while refining their problem-solving and critical thinking abilities. The student, acting within the role of a PSW, will be expected to demonstrate all acquired skills in a consistent and competent manner as well as confidentiality, safety, organization, communication, and documentation while caring for a variety of clients on a variety of assigned shifts. Students must display reliability and accountability at all times throughout this course, by following the policies, rules and regulations of both Fanshawe College and the host agency.
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HLTH-3037 - This course will study advanced concepts of pathophysiology and related disease processes. Using a body system approach and building of the concepts discussed in Paythology 1, the student will continue to explore to explore the pathology of variety of disorders. With each unit diagnostic will be discussed to the system will be examined and their role in diagnosis and prognosis outcomes. Specific diseases and disorders will be discussed to apply learned concepts and how they effect the structure of the human body. Basic treatment modalities will be reviewed as a foundation of learning to be expanded upon in the practicum experience.
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HLTH-3047 - This lab practice is designed to build on the skills learned in HLTH-1096 PSW Laboratory Practice. In this course, the student will integrate learned theory and skills while participating in a hands-on learning environment within a simulated practice setting. This type of experiential and active learning mimics the reality of a clinical long-term care and community setting while providing a risk-free learning environment for students to demonstrate critical thinking and judgment skills without fear of harming the client.
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HLTH-3051 - Students will acquire an understanding of adult learning and therapeutic relationships in order to develop, implement, and evaluate health promotion and disease prevention programs and strategies in the workplace. Students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to promote employee wellness through identification, management and prevention of work-related stress and burnout, acquire skills to assist employees to cope with bereavement and loss, facilitate Employee Assistance Programs, and provide crisis intervention and critical incident response, defusing and debriefing.
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HLTH-9025 - Offered in co-operation with the Oxford County Board of Health, this new, expanded course covers the following topics: Introduction to Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP), Microbiology and its Relation to Food Preparation, Personal Hygiene, Product Flow Charting, Dishwashing, Pest Control, Sanitation and Enforcement. On successful completion participants will receive a certificate from Fanshawe College and the Oxford County Board of Health. This program satisfies Ministry of Health guidelines for safe food
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HLTH-9088 - Comprehensive First Aid and Level C CPR techniques for those who require the skills and knowledge to respond to emergencies in the workplace and/or home. The course covers a variety of topics such as cardiovascular and breathing emergencies; CPR; use of AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator); prevention of disease transmission; sudden medical conditions; and injuries to the head and spine. Certification is awarded upon successful completion. Full attendance is mandatory.
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HLTH-9167 - A powerful workshop on Healing Angel Meditations and Exercises to help you manifest your work with them, to see them in your life situations, and hear their messages to you.
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HLTH-9171 - Help the frail, elderly, the chronically ill and people with physical disabilities by providing personal care for foot-related problems. You will cover basic footcare, skincare, filing, foot massage and nail care. Upon completion, you will be able to identity, collect data, and explain common feet conditions. NOTE: Basic footcare instruments will need to be purchased.
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HLTH-9201 - This course meets the requirements of the OxfordCounty Board of Health and current legislation.Studente must have previously successfullycompleted a recognized Food HandlerCertification course. Recertification isrecommended every 5 years. *Note: applicants must be 16 years of age and overto register.
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HLTH-9215 - This course is designed to meet annual certification requirements and provide CPR lifesaving skills and training based on participant’s background, needs and interest. Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training is also provided with the course. Each participant receives a Red Cross CPR/AED Manual.
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HLTH-9227 - This Canadian Red Cross course provides comprehensive First Aid & CPR techniques for those who want more knowledge to prepare for and respond to emergencies in the home or workplace. This course is a pre-requisite for many of the post-secondary programs offered by Fanshawe College. This course meets the WSIB 1101 First Aid training requirements for workplaces. A variety of topics are covered from basic first aid such as cardiovascular and breathing emergencies, CPR, prevention of disease transmission to more severe sudden medical conditions and injuries to the head and spine. Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training is also provided with the course. Each participant receives a Red Cross First Aid Manual. Successful participants will receive Canadian Red Cross certification that is valid for 3 years (Note: Some programs and careers may require you to recertify sooner).
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HLTH-9229 - This overview of ostomy care and management will explore the role that the health care professional has in assisting the ostomy client and family. This workshop will include learning various techniques and tips used when changing an ostomy appliance, to ensure a secure system and successful wear time for the client. The teaching and support required for a client with an ostomy will be reviewed including; types of supplies, care, complications and quality of life issues across the lifespan. This session will focus on increasing understanding of the etiology, clinical manifestations, collaborative management, and treatment options for adults with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). The difference between ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease will be discussed as well as other ostomy associated diagnoses and the different types of surgical interventions.
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HLTH-9231 - Participants MUST produce a valid Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid certificate to take the recertification course. All Standard First Aid topics are covered as well as CPR (level C or HCP) and AED. Successful participants will receive Canadian Red Cross recertification that is valid for 3 years (Note: Some programs and careers may require you to certify sooner).
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HLTH-9251 - This is the pre-requisite for most Health Services programs and careers. Along with the Standard First Aid and all necessary CPR skills, the HCP participants must show proficiency in the use of BVM's, AED's, pulse checks, alternative airway management, and alternative compression methods and sequences. Certification is awarded upon successful completion and is valid for a 3 year period. Human Services programs and careers may require the CPR portion be recertified on an annual basis.
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HLTH-9254 - Learn about crystals and how their healing strengths and techniques can help in your life.Release negative energy to positive energy with the healing powers they hold in them. Each crystal has a different healing power. Certificate of Acknowledgement awarded upon completion of the course.
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HLTH-9257 - Reiki (pronounced ray key) is a gentle method of healing with energy. Treating the whole body and healing on all levels; physically, emotionally,and mentally. Lack of harmony on any level will cause imbalance which Reiki can help to bringback.
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HLTH-9258 - A great course to follow Reiki! Learn about Chakras and how to heal with them by letting go of the negativity and surrounding yourself with apositive energy for a healthy lifestyle. Raise your self esteem and bring healing energy intoyour everyday life and routine.
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HLTH-9267 - Learn how to meditate to help with every day life stress. Meditation helps in many ways and teaches you how to connect with ourselves. Seeing life with a different set of eyes and healing yourself.
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HLTH-9281 - Don't kill, spray, tear up or destroy the weeds in your garden or yard - many of them are actually hightly regarded, widely used and extremely aluable medicinal herbs! What could be easier than growing an herb garden with no effort? Spring is an especially fertile time for harvesting your weeds, roots and all, and turning them into medicines. You will learn the most common ways to prepare herbal remedies and each student will take home their own tea blend, herbal tonic and herbal oil infusion.
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HLTH-9293 - In this two part Advanced Wound Care workshop the fundamental principles of wound care and healing will be addressed as well as advanced wound assessment and management interventions. The latest wound care products, adjunct therapies, and holistic wound care approach will also be presented.
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HLTH-9294 - This workshop will assist health care professionals to understand frontal lob dementia; symptoms, causes, risk factors, and treatment. Learn some strategies on how to assist clients who have frontal lobe dementia with their activities of daily living.
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HLTH-9298 - Come and learn about how to heal with herbs. Learn about some of the herbs and how to naturally heal with them. Techniques of the past, may this come back into every day routine.
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HLTH-9299 - Come and learn about Crystal Grids. A complemented course to the Crystal Healing Course. Learn about techniques and uses of crystal grids and how to work with them for your life and for others.
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HLTH-9300 - In this aromatherapy workshop students will learn how to choose and blend essential oils for best results. You'll learn how to choose oils to create synergy that increases the healing qualities of the oils. Blending approaches, what to consider when choosing oils, and the proper amounts to use will also be covered.
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HORT-1038 - This course introduces the student to the history of floral design and elements and principles of design to apply to two and three dimensional designs.Students will explore the history and psychology of colour and the various colour theory systems. Students will be introduced to the tools of the trade. A variety of projects will reinforce these theories. Designs will concentrate on form. Portfolio development included.
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HORT-1040 - Focuses on design and practical application of European, Oriental, Abstract design and exotics. Terracing, Grouping, Framing, Banding, Binding, Clustering, Shadowing and Parallel arrangements, wedding bouquets, corsages and boutonnières, window displays, lace vase design and centerpieces covered.
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HORT-9091 - In this 2 hour workshop, you will learn the techniques for creating a hardy succulent container garden. You will also have fun creating your own dish garden with hardy hens and chicks and sedum. You won't want to miss out on this opportunity to learn about one of the trendiest plants of the year! Materials included.
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HUMA-1018 - This course will focus on the services and supports that the Community & Settlement Worker has available to newcomers/immigrants and will provide you with the skills and assertiveness to effectively navigate them. Topics include; youth in Settlement, role of family dynamics/gender in immigrants, family Settlement planning, adaptations in becoming a Canadian family, and preparing a needs assessment for your clients.
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HUMA-9025 - Learn powerful tools to discover beliefs that may be hindering you from living your life to the fullest. In this self-discovery workshop you will learn effective techniques to create beliefs that will serve you and create the life you want!!
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HUMA-9026 - Learn to recognize distractions and attention vampires that steal your attention. In this workshop you will learn easy, effective tools and techniques to gain power over your attention.
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HUMA-9027 - Stress affects both the mind & the body, and impacts overall health & well-being. In this self-healing and self-renewal workshop, you will learn effective tools and techniques to recognize, address, cope and reduce the stress in your life.
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INFO-1134 - This is an introductory course designed to introduce networking terminology, models and technologies. The course focuses on network terminology and proctols, local-area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), Open System Interconnection (OSI) models, cabling and cabling tools, Ethernet, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing, and network standards. An emphasis is placed on Ethernet, one of the most widely accepted and implemented networking standards. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Centennial college.
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INFO-1156 - While C++ is very popular and the language of choice for game development and other performance-intensive applications, it is also significant in spawning other important languages such as Java and C#. This course introduces C++ (ANSI/ISO) in an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). An emphasis will be placed on improving software quality through unit-testing and debugging. The C++ Standard Library and Standard Template Library will be used for console I/O and data structure definition. The powerful Standard Template Library will be used to examine classic data structures and algorithms and how they impact software design and performance.
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INFO-1171 - This course provides a foundation for designing and maintaining a geographic information system. It also familiarizes the student with existing databases, standards and industry best practices for data management.
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INFO-1173 - This course introduces the student to the basics of Perl, a powerful object-oriented scripting language used extensively with UNIX, Linux, Win32 and the Internet as it is open source software. It is a high-level 'interpreted' programming language. The students should be able to design and develop the programs which are highliy portable to any platform. The course introduces students to the basic programming structures namely sequence, selection, iteration, text processing with regular expressions, arrays, subroutines, packages of modules and objects. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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INFO-1179 - This course will provide students with the fundamentals to install and configure a Windows Server environment. Students will focus on the basic administration of an Active Directory Environment and Windows Services. On successful completion, students working towards their Microsoft Accreditation will have the knowledge to write a certification exam.
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INFO-6004 - This course investigates how organizations meet business needs and objectives through technology. The course will examine the strategic role of IT to help make decisions, solve problems, and find new initiatives in business. Topics include assessing the current IT situation, identifying opportunities, identifying and gaining competitive advantage, evaluating IT investments, and the importance of current and emerging technologies.
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INFO-9013 - This introductory workshop is designed to help you get your website more exposure when potential clients use any search engine. It showcases how to think about your site content and structure to help search engines guide your users to you. The focus is on no-cost 'organic' methods of highlighting your site content so search engines can understand it. Site coding knowledge is not required.
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INFO-9015 - Learn to use the many applications availablewithin your MAC operation system. Students mustbring their own fully charged MAC laptop to class.Note: Operating system must be OS10.4 or higher.
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INFO-9031 - You've got an iPad. Now what? This beginner's course eases you into using the iPad with examples and hands-on practice. Learn the basics including navigating the interface "home screen", downloading apps from the App store, how to use your Apple or iTunes gift card, browse the Internet, check your email, organize your contacts & calendars, discover how to listen to your music, how to sync your iPad with your other Apple products, watch your media, take & organize photos and videos, make FaceTime video calls, curl up with a great e-book and more. Ensure you bring your fully charged iPad with you for each session.
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INFO-9033 - Learn the basics of Facebook such as activating your page, setting up your profile, managing your settings, uploading pictures, viewing pictures, reading your newsfeed, sending facebook messages, searching, privacy settings and more. This introductory course will provide you with the basic training to help you become comfortable with this social media platform.
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INFO-9034 - You've got an iPhone.now what? This class will get you up and running with your iPhone and ensure that you master the various features that are available. You'll learn the basics such as making calls, texting, email and messages, notes, internet, music and video, camera, viewing and editing photos, buying and installing apps and more! Bring your fully charged iPhone and Apple ID.
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LAWS-1013 - You will gain a general understanding of business law and the course will emphasize and illustrate the many laws applicable to business activities and the complexities of those laws. Topics include: analysis of the Canadian legal system, sources of law, the law of torts, contracts, sale of goods, consumer law, employment and labour law, insurance law, real estate and mortgages, legal forms of business ownership secured transactions, and bankruptcy. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class.
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LAWS-1015 - Study pertinent legislation which impacts employers and employees. You will learn about employer and employee rights, disciplinary procedure, human rights, employment laws, pay equity, and other issues pertaining to labour and employment law.
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LAWS-1046 - This course examines the legal relationship between landlords and tenants, the legislation that governs rental housing and the rights, procedures, documents and remedies of the parties involved in a tribunal application proceeding under the Residential Tenancies Act. Rationale: This course provides an understanding of the concepts and procedures involved for a landlord and a tenant and provides a detailed study of the Residential Tenancies Act and related legislation. Students enrolled in this course will study the rules and procedures governing the Landlord and Tenant Board. The course will prepare students for careers as agents representing landlords or tenants in the rental housing field, related careers in support roles within the Board, as well as professionals in the property management business. RATIONALE: As individual home ownership of a detached dwelling moves out of the financial reach for many people in our society, rental ownership may be the only way these individuals can afford a home. This course provides an understanding of the concepts and procedures involved for a landlord and a tenant and provides a detailed study of the Tenant Protection Act and related legislation. This course provides a study of the Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal and the rules and procedures governing the Tribunal and will prepare students for careers as court agents and paralegals working in the rental housing field, as well as related careers in support roles within the Tribunal.
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LAWS-1050 - Today's workplace is highly regulated from the commencement of the employment relationship through to its termination. An examination of both statutory law and common law will be undertaken in both federal and provincial jurisdictions. Students will review employment standards, health and safety, labour relations, pay equity and human rights legislation as it applies to management and unionized employees and leaders.
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LAWS-1057 - Students will build a vocabulary of common legal terminology used within a law office, government agency, court systems, social services and current affairs through practice, study guide and quizzes.
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LAWS-1061 - This course prepares students for a business environment increasingly impacted by laws. It teaches students to have an appreciation for how laws must be understood and used by management in the conduct of business and provide them with an ability to analyze a business situation from a general legal perspective. Emphasis is placed on contracts, torts, employment law, business organizations, human rights, creditors rights, and marketing law. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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LAWS-1063 - This course provides legal professionals with the knowledge and experience of conducting basic legal research of statutes, regulations and case law using different research media, including books, loose leaf services, CD-ROMs and online research systems.
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LAWS-1065 - This course has been designed as per the training standards prescribed by the Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services under the Private Security and Investigative Services Act. The course content is based solely on Ministry-mandated requirements for eligibility to write the provincial licensing examination for Private Investigators in the Province of Ontario. *Please note: this course is delivered entirely on-line. 56 Hours/14 Sessions
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LIBS-1002 - This subject examines the similarities and differences of world mythology and legends. By discussing stories from different cultures, students will see the common threads of the human experience.
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LIBS-1003 - An introduction to science fiction, which stands as a 'bridge betwen science and art, between the engineers of technology, and the poets of humanity'.
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LIBS-1004 - This subject will explore and evaluate the fiction, poetry and non-fiction genres of children's literature with their historical contexts as they apply.
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LIBS-1005 - This course gives you the opportunity to sharpen your critical thinking skills. It will help you to recognize how your own hidden assumptions, values and biases affect your decision-making. In this collaborative environment, you will analyze the manipulative techniques used by individuals, vesting interest groups and the media. You will learn how to identify false arguments and misleading arguments.
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MACH-1140 - This course covers both theoretical and practical aspects of gas-fired forced warm air heating systems, forced air add-on devices such as humidifiers, and air cleaners, conversion burners, domestic gas-fired refrigerators and air handling systems.
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MACH-1141 - A Gas Technician 3 (G3) Certificate of Qualification is a mandatory pre-requisite for anyone entering the industry as a Gas Technician. To obtain a Gas Technician 3 Certificate of Qualification you must: Complete standardized training, delivered by a Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) accredited training provider such as Fanshawe College, in accordance with the TSSA training profiles and curriculum. Achieve a passing grade of 75% on TSSA theoretical examinations and practical assessment upon completion of Gas Technician 3 course training. Maintain an 80% attendance record throughout the training program. This course is accredited by the TSSA and complies with the training curriculum requirements of the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000. The course will help prepare you for the TSSA theoretical examination and practical assessment for Gas Technician 3 Certification. Module 1 – Safety: Protecting Yourself and Others - Learning Objectives It is essential in our trade as Gas Technicians that we familiarize ourselves with potential safety hazards. We must ensure that we are equipped with the necessary tools, equipment, codes, and technical literature required to do our job safely. Module 2 - Fasteners Hand & Power Tools - Learning Objectives Tools make our work easier and safer. All tools, fasteners, and measurement devices are designed with a specific purpose in mind. In our trade, we must be able to identify and understand the purpose of many different types of tools. This module focuses on common fasteners, hand, and power tools. In later modules we will look at specialized tools used for gas piping and electrical measurement. Module 3 - Properties & Safe Handling of Fuel Gases Learning Objectives Before beginning to work with natural gas or propane we must fully understand their properties and characteristics. Module 4 - Utilization Codes, Acts & Regulations Learning Objectives We are already aware from Module One that there are numerous regulations associated with health and safety. We learned tha
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MACH-1142 - A Gas Technician 3 (G3) Certificate of Qualification is a mandatory pre-requisite for anyone entering the industry as a Gas Technician. To obtain a Gas Technician 3 Certificate of Qualification you must: Complete standardized training, delivered by a Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) accredited training provider such as Fanshawe College, in accordance with the TSSA training profiles and curriculum. Achieve a passing grade of 75% on TSSA theoretical examinations and practical assessment upon completion of Gas Technician 3 course training. Maintain an 80% attendance record throughout the training program. This course is accredited by the TSSA and complies with the training curriculum requirements of the Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000. The course will help prepare you for the TSSA theoretical examination and practical assessment for Gas Technician 3 Certification.This course covers Modules 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 of the TSSA Gas Technician curriculum. Areas of study include; Introduction to Electricity, Technical Manuals, Specifications, Schematics, Drawing and Graphs, Customer Relations, Intro to Gas Appliances, and Venting.
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MACH-1157 - This course is designed to enable the apprentice to operate drill presses/machines to drill, counterbore, countersink, spotface, deburr, ream and tap work pieces
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MATH-1045 - This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of statistics. It includes regression analysis, probabilities and distributions, sampling, statistical estimation, and hypotheses testing.
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MATH-1052 - This course provides a review of basic arithmetic and algebra as well as providing students with mathematical tools and concepts needed for other college courses and in future employment. This course is to prepare students for later courses in Marketing, Business, Financial Planning, Accounting, Purchasing and Insurance.
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MATH-1059 - A course designed to give an understanding of how to organize, present, and use statistical information for decision making. Topics covered include: probability, decision analysis, sampling distributions, applications of sampling and risk analysis, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, analysis of variance, time series, index numbers and an introduction to linear programming.
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MATH-1147 - This course is designed to provide students with the skills, terminology and the understanding of concepts in basic arithmetic and the metric system and to encourage good study habits and the ability to work independently. This basic course covers addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of whole numbers, fractions and decimals. In addition, the student will learn to solve practical problems involving percents, perimeters, areas, volumes, and metric.
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MATH-1171 - This first-level mathematics course for engineering technology programs begins with a review of fundamental concepts, arithmetic operations, and units of measure. This is followed by an in-depth study of basic algebra, trigonometric and other functions, and quadratic equations.
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MATH-1179 - The statistical portion of the course enables students to use various types of graphics to present information. Students are also introduced to basic measures of central tendencies and dispersions for both sample and population. Students are able to use these basic statistical measures to make reasonable business decisions. Students are also able to use time-series and simple linear regression knowledge to perform short term forecasting using a statistical package as a tool. They are also able to use the consumer price index to find the purchasing power of a dollar and 'real' wages. Students are able to use knowledge of basic mathematical functions to describe business relationships and build models. They are able to apply knowledge of linear and quadratic functions and contrained optimization to practical business situations. Students are able to apply linear programming techniques to business applications. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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MATH-1182 - This course is oriented towards applications of differentiation and integration to analyze and solve problems of electrical and electronics circuits and signals. Topics covered include: limits, derivatives of algebraic and transcendental functions and their applications, integration of algebraic and transcendental functions and its applications and selected methods of integration.
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MATH-3072 - The content covered in this mathematic course for technician students include: special products, factoring, algebraic fractions, fractional equations, quadratic equations, exponents, radicals, logarithms, exponential and logarithmic equations, and word problems involving the above topics.
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MECH-9007 - Gain the knowledge necessary to operate brake systems safely and detect faults in these systems. Upon successful completion of the written test, participants will take the practical test on the Saturday afternoon. After successful completion of both tests student will be eligible to upgrade their licence to include the 'Z' endorsement from the Ministry of Transportation. Students must bring proof of (at least) a full 'G' license to all sessions.
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MECH-9010 - Learn to repair and service small gas powered engines such as lawn mowers and chain saws. For those interested in minor repair business, small engine sales, small engine equipment, operators and homeowners. Students to bring their own small engine to course and are responsible for own consumables.
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MECH-9035 - If you are mechanically inclined and would like to know how to save money by repairing, modifying or tuning your own motorcycle, this course is for you. Motorcycle repair 101 covers maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs on: engines (2 and 4 stroke), ignition and electrical circuts, suspension, wheel, drive and brake components as well as the theory behind how it all works.
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MGMT-1006 - This course provides the student with an overview of the issues, functions and responsibilities to manage people. An emphasis is placed on training and development, planning, performance appraisals, compensation management, occupational health and safety and employee and union relations.
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MGMT-1008 - An examination of the skills required to staff a project team and the characteristics of personnel and activities specific to project management. This course addresses how a project team can be self-managed within traditional workplace models and the critical need for time and resource management to meet specific deadlines and objectives.
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MGMT-1009 - An introduction to Project Management costing and Project Management Procurement principles and their specific relationship to Cost Estimating, Cost Budgeting, Cost Control, Plan Purchases and Acquisitions, Plan Contracting, Request Seller Responses, Select Sellers, Contract Administration, Contract Closure.
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MGMT-1014 - This course provides the opportunity for the student to explore the overall process of implementing organization requirements through identification of training needs, development and evaluation of training programs and appropriate delivery techniques. Training and development will be presented as a framework for solving human performance problems and developing human resources.
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MGMT-1018 - This course is designed to provide a fundamental and thorough understanding of the subject of Labour Relations. It is presented from a contemporary Canadian (Ontario/Provincial) perspective. The subject is proposed to be applicable to current and future work experience. The interactive relationships of management, union and government will be examined in the context of employment and their impact on each other through the study of the role of labour relations, relevant legislation, collective bargaining, the unionization process, contractual negotiations and disputes, dispute resolutions, wage structures, promotion policies and seniority concepts.
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MGMT-1021 - Self-employment is a career alternative to wage employment. The central focus of this course is on entrepreneurship – its characteristics, opportunities & challenges. The preparation of a business plan is used as a learning tool to give students a broad understanding of its purpose, content, and value in ongoing business development. In-depth coverage shall be given to: market potential determination, product development acquiring seed and growth capital, organization of the new enterprise. Emphasis shall be given to decision making skill development, and financial management strategies and templates used to measure or project the health of any business.
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MGMT-1028 - You will review the current issues and methodologies that are used in recruiting and selecting employees for Canadian organizations. Topics include job analysis, interviewing techniques, cognitive ability testing, legal concepts in recruitment and selection, recruitment strategies, and applicant screening.
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MGMT-1031 - Gain an understanding of the process, issues and techniques involved in administering a compensation system. The course should enable you to understand (a) the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function, (b) the linkage between the compensation function and the organizational management process, and (c) the compensation system design necessary to attract, retain and motivate the required workforce.
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MGMT-1049 - Discover ways to improve your chances of SUCCESS by minimizing the risk! This is a complete how-to course including start-up costs, obtaining financing, marketing, staffing, purchasing, inventory control, government regulations, financial statements, legal forms, analysis and planning.
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MGMT-1092 - This exciting course is designed to equip you with the necessary personal skills to thrive in the workplace and in a social setting. Emphasis is placed on key human relations skills such as public speaking, listening skills, self-presentation, techniques for career advancement, alliance building and positioning, negotiation skills, managing office politics, time management and stress management. Participants do a five minute presentation on the final day of the course and receive constructive feedback from their peers.
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MGMT-1107 - This course teaches you what makes people 'tick' and how to keep them going! You will gain practical insights into more effective ways to handle people and improve your overall performance.
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MGMT-1152 - In this course students will have a clear understanding of an approach to effective industrial supervision and skills required to implement this approach. Topics include communications, employee motivation, supervisory leadership, administering the collective agreement, handing grievances, performance appraisal, employee training and development and effective use of supervisory time.
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MGMT-1194 - In this course, students develop an understanding of customer service and the skills associated with understanding the needs of customers, meeting those needs, and fostering an environment that encourages customers to return. The course is of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or external, on a daily basis. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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MGMT-1199 - Project management practitioners need to understand the established industry norms, methods, and practices for managing all stages of the project life cycle and its related processes. Students are introduced to the fundamental principles of project management, such as project strategy, selection, scheduling, risk management, quality assurance, performance measurement, audit and closure. By participating in discussions, analyzing readings, and conducting preliminary research, students acquire a working understanding of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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MGMT-1210 - Today more than ever, leaders need to be creative and critical thinkers in order to deal with all aspects of organizational, strategic and societal situations or environments. This course will build on the knowledge and skills covered in the previous courses. You will learn how to think creatively and critically in order to apply those skills to roles in the organization, and professional and personal situations. These skills will assist with analyzing information in order to respond to a wide variety of work and personal situations.
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MGMT-1211 - This course will provide leaders with the appropriate skills and knowledge to be able to effectively recruit personnel, train them, and manage their performance in a professional manner. Leaders will use their knowledge of the concepts of statutory and common law to conduct interviews, handle performance problems, counsel and discipline as required, plan and direct training needs assessments, methods and program delivery.
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MGMT-1212 - Sustainability in business is often related to profitability. Organizations now need to incorporate practices that include a more holistic approach to the responsibility corporations have to their communities and the environment. Leaders need to assess the impact of the business in an ethical and globally sustainable way using measures such as Corporate Social Responsibility and triple-bottom line accounting.
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MGMT-1213 - This course will examine the leader's role in the development and success of teams in the workplace. Leaders will learn the differences between a group and a team, analyze various types of teams including Self Directed Work Teams, and explain how coaching and mentoring skills assist team effectiveness.
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MGMT-1214 - Today's leaders are often called upon to implement and support the change process. They need to be able to identify and respond to internal and external factors that will determine when and what type of change initiatives are required. Environmental scanning, identifying trends, implementing and measuring successful change are all essential to developing and managing change to the benefit of the organization. Organizational readiness and risk assessment will also be covered in the context of best practices.
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MGMT-1215 - Leaders and managers need to know and demonstrate techniques for managing employee performance in order to increase productivity and organizational effectiveness. This course will focus on performance analysis, counselling, coaching, constructive feedback, conflict resolution, performance management systems and overall strategies for performance management.
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MGMT-1216 - Leadership today involves all aspects of an organization and multiple skills, duties and responsibilities. This course is designed to meet the needs of leaders in any organization who may be new to project management or who have not had formal project management training. This course provides the practical knowledge to start and complete a project successfully from a leadership perspective. You will learn how the elements of the Project Management Body of Knowledge are applied during each phase of a project's life cycle and the implications of project management on leadership within an organization. This will help establish priorities and effectively manage your projects and project teams.
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MGMT-1220 - A Supply Chain is a network of organizations that are involved in the different processes and activities that produce value in the form of products and services in the hands of the ultimate customer or consumer. Operations Management is one of the three major functions of a business, along with Marketing and Accounting / Finance, and focuses on designing, creating, and improving goods and services. Understanding key Supply Chain and Operations Management foundations is crucial to any company's success and profitability. This introductory course will expose students to topics related to how products and services are created and delivered to the customer. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Conestoga college.
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MGMT-1222 - This course provides the student with the foundation of the reward systems found in all organizations, whether profit or not-for-profit. The course examines both the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function, with special consideration of the major factors that influcence the actual design of a compensation system. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Canadore college.
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MGMT-1223 - This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of management and leadership styles and an opportunity to develop a personal leadership style. In today's changing economic and political climate, the role of a manager/supervisor is extremely demanding and complex. In addition to managing the many practical aspects of a business operation, he/she must provide leadership by motivating, empowering, and supporting staff. Problem solving and team building skills are essential. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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MGMT-1226 - An examination of the Canadian business environment and the management decision making process as an integral component of organizational behaviour.
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MGMT-1227 - Benefits and their administration in business are examined, including such topics as; Canada Pension Plan, Workers' Compensation, government health plans, and pension programs. Life, accident and health insurance, other than that which is provided by the government, are studied. This course also covers contractual benefits such as; rest periods, vacations and sick leaves and volunteer benefits such as; social, recreational, and cultural activities and counselling. Additional topics include costing, program design, E.A.P.'s and special programs such as; retirement planning and fitness projects.
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MGMT-1237 - This course focuses on the development of modern management, organizational theory, the processes of planning, organizing, directing and controlling, communications, behavioural strategies and techniques, ethical and social responsibilities in the practice of management, and an overview of human relations. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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MGMT-1245 - Many Business Administration – Operations Management graduates will, over the course of their careers, move into leadership roles in business enterprises. This course introduces participants to the role of a leader in a business, whether that is as a formal front-line supervisor or manager, or as an informal leader of a work team. Through class discussions, case studies, and independent reading, the participant will explore and develop his/her own leadership philosophy. Strategies for managing one’s own career path as a business leader will be explored, including the role of mentors, continuing education, professional networking, and professional accreditations. Participants will explore how a leader’s interactions with front-line employees have a direct impact on organizational effectiveness. Legislation that affects a frontline leader’s decision-making will be introduced, including key aspects of employment standards, health and safety, and human rights. The impact of unions on a business leader’s role will be explored. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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MGMT-1246 - Elements of a successful fundraising campaign are examined. Students learn how to develop a compelling case for support, attract the best leadership potential, develop donor prospects and prepare a plan of action. Management and financial strategies to effectively control the fundraising process of campaigns are explored. Practical implementation of fundraising strategies required to manage information generated during a campaign, such as processing gifts and dealing with information flow and technology, are addressed. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin college.
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MGMT-3010 - Management is a dynamic discipline full of rewards and challenges. Students preparing for a management position need to understand the broad dimensions that such a position will encompass. This introductory course is intended to better prepare the business student for the significant changes that are taking place while managing an organization in the 21st Century. This course will focus on the basic four-function approach of being a manager but also incorporating the various aspects of organization theory.
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MGMT-3017 - You will learn about the various Quality Assurance Programs that are currently being implemented by businesses. This course will enhance your understanding about how Quality Assurance programs are managed and the techniques used in ensuring a quality system.
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MGMT-3021 - Organizations which are supportive of a positive ethical culture enjoy critical competitive advantages, such as a good reputation and the respect and support of their clients, employees and other stakeholders. This course is designed to assist employees in developing and understanding a framework with which to make ethical decisions. Cases will be drawn from real business situations. Research papers and case studies will be used to formulate the discussion topics.
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MGMT-3023 - This course is designed to provide a conceptual framework for handling the diverse and complex human relations problems that characterize business and industries. Students will examine theories and research data pertaining to human relations issues. Topics include: empowering employees, and to handle confrontations that grow from race, gender, sexual orientation, age and emotional differences that often emerge when organizations experience change.
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MGMT-3063 - The course examines topics in one of the three business core subject areas, mainly operations (the two others being finance and marketing). Students completing this course will have an in-depth knowledge of the responsibilities and current tools of operations managers in manufacturing and non-manufacturing organizations. Coverage includes inventory management, JIT, MRP, ERP, Intro to SAP, Quality Management, Process Improvement and Project Management. This course is offered through OntartioLearn byt the host college, Algonquin college.
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MGMT-3064 - This course builds upon concepts and learning experiences from Not for Profit Leadership 1. Current issues and emerging pressures will be analyzed and applied. This course will examine sector trends and practices related to fund development, policy development, risk management, emerging human resources issues, ethics, law, marketing, projet management and worklife balance.
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MGMT-4001 - Human Resources plays an integral role in the development of an organizational business plan and strategy. This course will provide an overview of the essential elements of the human resources planning process. Quantitative, as well as qualitative concepts, approaches and techniques will be discussed.
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MGMT-5080 - An examination of the skills required to staff a project team and the characteristics of personnel and activities specific to project management. This course addresses how a project team can be self-managed within traditional workplace models and the critical need for time and resource management to meet specific deadlines and objectives.
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MGMT-6005 - This course is an introduction to Risk Management methodologies applicable in the context of project or program management. It establishes the need for examining risks and opportunities in projects and describes a variety of approaches and proven tools and techniques which can lead to significant reduction of project risks as well as to improved project performance.
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MGMT-6006 - Business professionals play an integral role in effective negotiations in their daily responsibilities. This course will provide an overview of the essential elements of the negotiation process and provide you with the opportunity to learn skills and strategies that can help you reach mutual agreement in your leadership role.
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MGMT-6020 - In today's competitive business environment project management skills must include the ability to deliver projects on time, on budget, and to the satisfaction of the customer. The purpose of this introductory course is to examine the general principles, practices, tools, and resources associated with managing a diversity of workplace projects.
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MGMT-6021 - Designed to provide a conceptual framework for the study of Organizational Behaviour and examine the interaction of three significant organizational variables: the formal organization, the work processes and the individual. Topics include: theory of OB, application of the elements of OB upon organizational outcomes in a changing and evolving workplace, the impact of individual human systems such as: perception, learning, communication, motivation, leadership and the impact of the team approach upon work processes and organizational effectiveness.
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MGMT-9100 - Learn how to hone and improve your personal and professional time management skills
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MKTG-1012 - This course is designed to provide an overview of the decisions that face Marketers in today's fast-paced and competitive business environment. Students will learn that marketing is not only advertising but a broad set of activities designed to satisfy consumer needs and wants. Students examine the information Marketers require for effective decision-making and learn the basic elements of the marketing planning process.
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MKTG-1065 - The Marketing Research course provides a framework of fundamental research methods including traditional quantitative tools and qualitative applications. In this course students will understand the interrelationship among the parts of the research process to gain the appropriate degree of confidence in a particular research result. Current research practices and processes including trends in technology assisted research are assessed in their ability to address the challenges facing Canadian market researchers. Marketers must understand their client's needs and the role of marketing research as a valuable tool in the marketing process. This course emphasizes the challenge to be competitive in today's rapidly changing global marketplace in order to be, cost-effective, accurage and timely in making marketing decisions. Real world applications will be addressed to provide learners with the opportunity to apply the research process.
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MKTG-1066 - Explore marketing principles in the context of the Web, including how segmentation, target marketing, and positioning are executed. Explore the unique dimensions of product, pricing, place and promotion on the Web. Develop a web marketing plan and learn how to direct the development of a business website. This course relies heavily on student collaboration, research and participation in presentations and discussions of current Web practice. Students should have taken introductory marketing, computer and communications courses prior to registering for this course.
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MKTG-1082 - This course introduces a variety of web-based and digital marketing approaches. Students will examine the new and fast-changing opportunities for marketers resulting from the changing use of digital media, including search engines strategies, websites, social media, and mobile communication. The course provides students with the opportunity to observe, evaluate and recommend online marketing strategies with an emphasis on the measurement of online marketing activity. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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MKTG-1084 - Designed to provide the student with tools and skills necessary to devise an effetive marketing plan for their small business. Students will undertake relevant research and assemble a defensible marketing plan.
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MKTG-3035 - Marketing 2 is the second course of a two course Introduction to Marketing designed to provide students with a sound grounding in the field of marketing. Emphasis is placed on the formulation of integrated marketing strategies that play a role in achieving organizational objectives. The course is divided into four segments; price strategy and management; distribution management; marketing communications; and emerging directions in marketing. The first three segments of Marketing 2 provides coverage of the remaining components of the marketing mix that was introduced in Marketing 1.
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MTNC-1014 - Module 1 introduces the basic concepts of physical asset management and the latest development and trends in effective maintenance practices. This module provides the basic understanding of the strategic approach to achieving “Maintenance Excellence.”
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MTNC-5002 - Students will review the major teaching points from the previous MMP modules to help enable them to apply the principles, latest concepts and techniques to real maintenance problems found in the students' work. The facilitator will guide the review discussions. Working in small groups or teams, students will each select a maintenance problem found in their place of work. Upon approval from the facilitator, the team will work together to provide a solution to the identified problem.
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MUSC-9052 - This course is the study of the great symphonic choral and orchestral literature of the world, by rehearsal and performance. Each work is analyzed with attention to musical concepts such as diction, breath control, vocal production, language and musical interpretation. All periods of symphonic choral music are studied. In each school year, a minimum of three concerts will be performed, with full symphony orchestra or with sections of orchestra. Collaborative concerts with other Arts organizations are sought and encouraged. An audition is required for entrance into this course. The audition includes sight-singing and music literacy as well as an evaluation of the singer's range and tonal quality. In addition, each student will be expected to volunteer time and talent to support the work of the chorus, including but not limited to being part of stage crew, public relations, concert receptions, and fund-raising. Each student is also expected to sell tickets for each performance. Long periods of standing may be required.
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NRSG-1001 - Health professionals employed in acute care facilities will learn basic ECG interpretation. Content will include related anatomy and physiology, components of the cardiac cycle, arrhythmias, therapies and electrical treatment.
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NRSG-1012 - The course focuses on understanding intrapersonal and interpersonal experiences. Students explore their personal beliefs, values, feelings and thoughts about self and self as part of a family and culture. They will also explore the course of the helping relationship, and learn about others to enable healthy and healing relationships. The course will enhance interpersonal communication as the learner becomes more aware of self behaviour and its effects on relationships and communication with others.
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NRSG-1037 - Designed for R.N.'s currently practicing in the Post Anesthesia Care setting and for those interested in acquiring skills and knowledge in assessing and caring for the post anesthesia patient. Includes a review of body systems and how they are affected by the stress of anesthesia and surgery. Emphasis is placed on anesthesia, common post anesthesia problems and their management. Other topics include current trends in pain management, treatment of nausea and vomiting, care of patients at risk and electrolyte and blood gas analysis.
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NRSG-1046 - The purpose of this Basic Footcare course is to update and expand the knowledge and skills of Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses related to care of the feet. The course consists of theory, labs, and supervised clinical experience. Since there will be active participation, a lab coat or uniform will be required during the course.
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NRSG-1048 - This course has a focus on normal developmental transitions across the lifespan including concepts of chronicity, loss, grief, end of life care and holistic care. Students will also examine meanings of health, family and communities along with mental health challenges and illness.
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NRSG-1050 - This course allows students to develop dexterity and skill in more complex nursing techniques. Students will learn the principles and knowledge underlying these nursing skill in order to develop safe, effective practice when planning and carrying out the care. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and relevant health teaching approaches will be emphasized.
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NRSG-1051 - This introductory course provides students with beginning knowledge, skills and caring attitudes that will enable health promotion with individuals families and communities. The development of effective strategies for client education is emphasized.
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NRSG-1053 - This course provides an introduction to parenteral therapy for nurses caring for patients with IV therapy. the course includes administration of IV fluids and electrolytes administration of IV medications, blood and blood products.
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NRSG-1054 - Professional Nursing Practice is designed to enable the students to continue to develop in the practice of nursing. the concepts from all courses will be brought together into praxis while developing caring relationships with people across the lifespan experiencing complex health challenges. Students will care for clients in the community and in mental health settings. Clinical judgment and decision-making skills are refined in implementing, evaluating nursing care. Please contact ce@fanshawec.ca.
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NRSG-1063 - Most nurse educators agree that a gap exists between nursing education and nursing practice. To fill this gap, this hands-on course will augment a nursing student's knowledge with blended learning, using clinical practice labs and clinical site experiences. This course will also review policies and procedures for clinical, include small group discussions and practice lab simulations and allow students to practice in a safe environment, demonstrate and observe scenarios, and engage in a collaborative reflection after the learning experience.
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NRSG-1064 - Review cardiac anatomy and physiology. Increase your cardiac assessment skills and improve your knowledge and nursing skills of coronary syndromes. All common arrhythmias are included.
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NRSG-1065 - Clinical aspects of cancer and cancer care supportive therapies include pathophysiology, genetics, epidemiology, prevention, screening and detection, diagnosis and staging, fatique, resources, nutrition, pain, psycosocial, sexual and quality-of-life issues.
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NRSG-1066 - This course has been designed to support both a regional and provincial initiative by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care to promote the Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) in both the hospital and community health. The course reflects the core content of the World Health Organization (WHO) – United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 20 hour course. All of the criteria that define the Baby-Friendly Initiative in Canada are explored. This course will help participants fulfill the educational requirements of step 2 of the Canadian BFI Practice Outcome Indicators. It is suitable for all direct care providers of expectant and postpartum families.
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NRSG-6008 - The field work offers participants the opportunity to spend a total of 100 hours in a occupational health and safety settings; including hospital, business and industry. Students are encouraged to find a more varied work experience on their own. Mentorship may also be an option.
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NRSG-6012 - The process of rehabilitation case management and the role of the Occupational Health Nurse will be discussed. Preventative processes whereby the nurse uses knowledge of research and epidemiological studies within the workplace culture will be emphasized. Community resources and referral agencies will also be discussed.
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NRSG-6027 - This course is offered in partnership with the Southwestern Ontario Maternal Newborn Child and Youth Network, based at London Health Sciences Centre. This is a comprehensive theory-based course addressing the fundamentals of maternal / newborn nursing care including current evidence and best practice guidelines. Various aspects of antenatal, intrapartum, postpartum and newborn care are discussed such as: Reproductive anatomy/physiology Fetal Development Antenatal assessment High risk antenatal care Nursing care for both normal and high risk labour and birth Non-pharmacologic/pharmacologic pain relief for labour Fetal health surveillance Perinatal loss The effect of woman abuse on childbearing women Postpartum nursing care Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders Breastfeeding Newborn Assessment Well Baby Care Common complications during the neonatal period This course is suitable for nursing students as well as RNs, RPNs in current practice who wish to update their perinatal nursing knowledge base. Location: St. Joseph’s Hospital, 268 Grosvenor St. London, Ontario Room E1-126 & E1-128 Note: This course is also offered at various hospitals via videoconferencing. For more information contact gwen.peterek@lhsc.on.ca
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NRSG-6028 - This course examines professional nursing from a broader perspective. It examines current issues challenging the health care system, policy development, trends, and the reform to the deliver of health care in Canada. Legal and ethical concepts are addressed as well as the role and influence of the registered nurse and registered practical nurse with regard to health care policy, political process, leadership and creating change in order to foster client and societal health.
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NRSG-6035 - This introductory course within the intensive care, coronary care and emergency nursing programs will enable learners to identify common issues and discuss professionalism, accountability, leadership, ethnical concerns, legalities, adapting to change, interdisciplinary communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, assertiveness, stress management, advocacy, multicultural issues, quality improvement and public relations. The role of the Canadian Nurses Association in specialty certification will be discussed.
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NRSG-6044 - Provides an in-depth knowledge of the various emergencies that effect children. Specific information related to communication skills required to interview children and their parents, communicable and 'non' communicable disorders, child abuse, poisoning and self induced disorders of attempted suicide, anorexia nervosa and bulimia.
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NRSG-9003 - Develop the knowledge and practical skill to prepare and administer Intramuscular Injections (IM), based on best practice principles.The student will be aware of classifications of medications commonly given intramuscular; review mathematics associated with dosage calculations; locate appropriate sites on the body and document the administration on the medical record.
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NRSG-9014 - PSW's will have the opportunity to explore different strategies and options for managing patients with dementia. Discover the caregivers wide range of pressures involving social, psychological physical and economic elements.
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NUTR-1007 - Provides an in depth review of nutritional needs for clients of all ages. Special emphasis will be placed on older individuals who live in long term care facilities and in the community.
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NUTR-1019 - This subject introduces students to the science of Nutrition and outlines the functions of the human body. The effectiveness of various diets and usefulness of food additives is explored. They will gain insight into the ways that food plays a variety of roles in maintaining health and reducing the risk of illness. Students will also learn the fundamentals needed to evaluate claims made by food faddists and food vendors.
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NUTR-3001 - This introductory course provides a functional approach to the North American diet by linking nutrients consumed to their benefits/risks on the human body. It includes the nutrients needed for health and wellness, how various lifestyles affect nutritional needs and dietary habits. Current issues in nutrition and disease prevention strategies are also addressed. Cultural perspective on food as related to health and illness is integrated throughout the course.
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OFAD-1005 - Acquire practical and transferable office administration skills, attitudes, behaviours and knowledge, which can be valuable in obtaining and retaining careers in today's fast-changing office environment. Topics covered include Internet research and e-mail messages; managing time and stress; office reception and customer service; planning meetings and travel arrangements; handling the office mail; and document management. 'Soft skills;' such as work ethic, co-operation, politeness, etc.,; will be emphasized and encouraged.
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OFAD-1006 - This course examines the health record as it is used in health care organizations. A major emphasis is on confidentiality and the legal aspects of health information documentation.
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OFAD-1008 - This is a 'learn to type' course. In this coursestudents will learn keyboarding techniques usingvarious methods. Keyboarding speed and accuracywill be emphasized. Proofreading and editingdocuments is covered. Research about repetitive stress injury and proper ergonomics will beincluded. The student should be able to achieve aspeed of 25 to 30 net words per minute. (Note: Itis to the student's advantage to aim higher thanthe minimum of 25 nwpm. Most employers require agreater speed).
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OFAD-1010 - This is NOT a learn to type course. This course is designed to familiarize the user with beginning medical keyboarding, advanced keyboarding, medical language, grammatical and office skills. It includes case histories, a variety of medical reports, technical terminology and timed writings. These exercises will help the learner increase their knowledge of terms they will encounter on-the-job, and will improve their keyboarding speed and accuracy. A very brief introduction to Medical Transcription is included. This course is a prerequisite for the Beginning Medical Transcription course.
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OFAD-1013 - This course is designed to provide the student with the basic principles of efficient Health Claim Billing in Ontario. The student will learn how to use the Schedule of Benefits and Preambles of the Ministry of Health, as well as be introduced to computerized billing.
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OFAD-1014 - This is a beginning medical transcription course designed to provide students with a working knowledge of transcription of medical reports. Transcription is taking the spoken word and turning it into a written document. Case studies are provided so that the student will gain knowledge in the transcribing of various medical reports. Medical reports will be transcribed from ten individual case studies, each of which concerns an inpatient with a specific medical problem. There are between four and eight reports within each case study. Students will be involved in the care of the patient from the date of admission through the date of discharge. Students must complete specified preprequisites.
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OFAD-1016 - This course will cover the administrative and clerical procedures involved in a veterinary medical practice, including effective communication skills, telephone skills, body language, conflict management and working in a team oriented, professional environment. This course will stress the importance of proper preparation of medical records, filing methods, appropriate paperwork, message taking, collection of information, and maintaining a professional manner.
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PBRL-6011 - Students will be introduced to key principles and process of public relations. Topics of study include the history and theory of public relations, PR planning and research, developing corporate communication plans and organizing special events. A case study method combined with student presentations, group assignments and guest lectures will be used.
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PFLP-1016 - In this course students will examine the requirements of the investigation beyond the interview. They will learn the rules of evidence and develop the ability to apply said rules in the collection and presentation of evidence in a court of law. Forensic requirements, statute law and other related issues will be emphasized. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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PFLP-1018 - The first part of this course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of Canada Customs as it pertains to the duties of Customs Officers: the Customs Act as it relates to the movement of person and goods into and out of Canada. The second part is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the Employment and Immigration Canada as it relates to the administration and enforcement of the Immigration Act and Regulations with particular emphasis on the admissability and inadmissability of persons entering Canada. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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PFLP-5002 - In this course, students will examine specific provincial statutes including the: Provincial Offences Act, Mental Health Act, Trespass to Property Act, and the Liquor Licence Act. In this course, students will analyse specific elements of the Criminal Code. The student will examine common offences, enforcement, powers of arrest, and search and seizure authorities. Students will examine pertinent sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and their impact. Students will also examine interviewing and investigative skills that are required for a successful investigation. The student will learn the rules of evidence and develop the ability to apply these rules, in the collection and presentation of evidence, in a court of law. Forensic requirements, statute law and other related issues will be emphasized.
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PHOT-1057 - Examine digital SLR camera. Topics include: design, composition, storage media, operations, files and file types, lenses, electronic flash, filters and macros.
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PHOT-9073 - This photography workshop is designed for those of you who need help understanding your DSLR camera. You will learn how to use & experiment with the manual camera settings on your camera. You will also learn about basic colour correction and photo manipulation. Bring a friend and your Digital SLR camera, and learn some valuable skills to help you get the most out of your DSLR camera.
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PHOT-9074 - An introduction to the technology, devices and sharing platforms behind modern mobile photography alongside strategies to achieve the best results.
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PHRM-1038 - This course will focus on the specific drug families, their general features and the dynamics of the psychoactive drugs included in each classification. Attention will be given to commonly identified substances within each of the families (e.g. alcohol, heroin, marijuana) as well as the legal and illicit psychoactive drugs that have appeared in recent years.
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PHRM-1057 - Course will assist in developing an understanding of how drugs work, drug classifications, methods of administration and the major drug groups affecting the various body systems. This course is open to people currently employed or aspiring to employment in health related areas.
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PHRM-1061 - This course will provide an introductory examination of pharmacology and expand your knowledge base on a variety of drugs and interactions. Students will examine drug legislation, pharmacological actions and come to understand the responsibility of dispensing drugs. This is not an applied medication course.
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PHYS-1037 - The purpose of this course is to prepare students with the necessary background in Physics to allow them to enter the first year of a College Technician or Technology Program.
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PLAN-1019 - This course focuses on the event industry, and fundamental components of planning and executing events. This course also provides students with a thorough understanding of project management as applied to event management.
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PLAN-9001 - Required for CPIM certification, candidates explore processes used to develop sales and operations plans and identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements. The course focuses on the importance of producing achievable master schedules that are consistent with business policies, objectives, and resource constraints. Student to receive textbook first class.
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PLAN-9002 - Acquire a working knowledge of the tools and techniques for planning of inventory, including planning techniques such as MRP, CRP, lean, TOC, and projects. Understand the effect of using each technique; know standard measurements for inventory, materials, capacity and supplier performance; and recognize when to escalate issues. Student to receive textbook first class.
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PLAN-9006 - Explore the basic concepts of managing the flow of materials in a supply chain. In the Basics you get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers, to and from your organization. Topics include: Elements of the Supply Chain Just-in-Time, Total Quality Management, Manufacturing Resources Planning and Demand Planning Capacity Management. Student to receive textbook first class.
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PSYC-1009 - This course will introduce the concepts of bias-free values and respect for diversity, as foundations for effective interpersonal relationships. Through this course, students will assess personal values and beliefs that influence attitudes towards, and relationships with, children, families and colleagues. Sensitive, effective and supportive communication methods will be identified and practised within the classroom setting. Skills and attitudes required for collaborative professional interactions will be emphasized throughout.
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PSYC-1031 - This course is a detailed examination of human growth and development from conception to death. Participants will study the progression of physical, motor, intellectual, language, social and moral development through the human life span.
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PSYC-1045 - This course focuses on various types of psycho pathology or abnormal behaviour as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. This course will examine the various symptoms and features associated with different types of mental disorders such as schizophrenia, substance use disorders, mood disorders, dissociative disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders and anxiety disorders. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host school, Algonquin College.
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PSYC-1057 - In this course you will examine self, personal beliefs and values. You will also recognize your personality characteristics and methods of effectively dealing with others.
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PSYC-1059 - 'Introduction to Exceptionalities' will discuss the special education field factors affecting it & the rights of and general approaches to students with exceptionalities, their parents, professionals & support staff. 'Behaviourally & Emotionally Challenges' will deal with students with serious behavioural and/or emotional challenges & appropriate approaches (minor to Major) to their education & behaviour management.
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PSYC-1080 - The individual components of how one's mind works is a valuable tool for performance in specific sporting events. Concepts of psychology are discussed and applied in past, present and future contexts. This course evaluates what goes into optimal levels of athleticism in examining how players, coaches and even fans of the sports get psyched.
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PSYC-1085 - Social psychology is the scientific study of how people think about, interact, influence and relate to others. The course will emphasize understanding about how and why individuals behave, think and feel in social situations. Of particular importance will be the study of the individual, their thoughts and resultant behaviour in social situations.
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PSYC-3013 - Upon successful completion, the candidate should be able to discuss the types of communications exceptionalities and implications of these for students with communications challenges in an educational setting, and cross reference related, previously-learned material (e.g. behaviour management) and other aspects of communications in this Reportable Subject.
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PSYC-3014 - What makes a psychopath tick? Are they born that way or are they products of society? Are serial killers really possessed with evil, or do they know exactly what they are doing? In this course, students will study how and why some individuals become criminals and why some actually become killers. You will study what is known about serial killers, stalkers, rapists and criminals. Also, the latest techniques used in criminal profiling and questioning will be examined. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Conestoga college.
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PSYC-3015 - This course further explores issues discussed in Criminal Psychology-Psychopathic Minds, and compares and explains psychological models as they relate to criminology.
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PSYC-5018 - 'Intellectually Challenged: will describe intellectual challenges, team roles, expectations, skills and supports for individuals who are intellectually challenged. 'Physically Challenged' will describe various types of physical challenges and how to effectively assist students with physical challenges. 'Multiply Challenged' will describe multiple challenges, roles, exceptions, skills and supports for individuals with multiple challenges.
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PSYC-6003 - Focuses on communication with families, the dynamics of crisis, grieving and loss, organ and tissue donation, client advocacy, critical incident stress management and crisis intervention skills.
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PSYC-9089 - Tarot cards have been around for hundreds of years. Come and learn the meanings behind them and how they work. Learn a few Tarot card spreads and how to read the messages they hold within them, a unique tool for self understanding.
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PSYC-9090 - Come and learn about the Full Moon during the months and seasons. What they represent and the effects. Also recipes to make during the Moon Magick time frame.
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PSYC-9097 - Come and learn how to use a Pendulum with the Magick within' it. Always wondered how one works. Come out and have fun learning how to use one. Practising and learning the History behind them and how to use it with other Natural Healing Techniques. Please bring your own Pendulum with you to class to use.
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PSYC-9103 - Come out and have some fun learning about your Hands the Nails, Fingers and Lines within' them - the definitions and meanings behind each of them. Learn to read your own Palms and learn on others.
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PSYC-9104 - Have you ever gazed at a Crystal and wondered what vision is within' them the Secret's that they hold inside them the memorizing gaze that you can enjoy and the energy within'. Come out and learn how to choose a Crystal Ball as well as learn how to read one, how to use it for meditation and reading for others their Symbols and Grounding Techniques that can also be used.
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RECN-1034 - This subject details the incredible growth of Canada's national pastime, including the NHL's formation, the 'original six' and national/International expansion.
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RECN-1042 - The subject combines both the fun of participating in lively sports debates and the practical techniques that will help students to improve their communication skills. Studens will receive a behind-the-scenes look at sport issues by examining topics such as sport and politics, commercialism, and the Olympic movement. Through this course, students will better understand the major problems and controversies surrounding the impact of sports upon society.
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RECN-9033 -  
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RECN-9068 - Stretch and flex with Pilates and yoga moves while using a Pilates ball. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket or mat and a Pilates ball. For more information call Thea at 519-631-4876.
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RECN-9139 - Our Women's Beginner & Basic Golf classes are designed to introduce the new or beginner golfer to the fun of golf by providing the fundamental skills and knowledge needed to play the game. Whether playing for business or recreation, you'll develop confidence in your abilities, learn handicap and scoring, and gain an understanding of golf rules and etiquette. Our instructor is motivating and enthusiastic, and will help you develop a reputable golf swing.
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REFR-9002 - Participants will be eligible to write H.R.A.I.exam at the end of the course. Upon successful completion H.R.A.I. will issue interprovincial certification in CFC/HCFC/HFC Controls and register the participant on the national database.
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SFTY-1018 - You will learn to analyze and recognize the ergonomic factors in today's workplaces.
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SFTY-1034 - Preparing to work as an EA, should include an understanding of your own personal safety concerns as well as the related safety issues for the child with whom you will be working. The student will discuss legislation and be provided direction on WHMIS, safe physical care, safety related procedures, an understanding of coping with behavioural issues, physical restraint, medication, suicide and special conditions (e.g. allergies). This course must be completed prior to registering for a placement.
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SFTY-3004 - This course is designed to introduce you to the basic concepts of hazard management- recognition, evaluation, and control of safety and health hazards in the workplace environment as related to management and the occupational health and safety team. Topics include safety management planning, critical task analysis, physical hazards and ergonomics as well as an introduction to hazardous waste management.
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SFTY-3009 - This course studies the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of chemical, physical and biological hazards arising in or from the workplace. WHMIS and other relevant legislation will also be covered. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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SFTY-6002 - You will study an in-depth analysis of current employment health and safety legislation in Ontario and its implications for safety in the workplace. Topics covered include Occupational Health and Safety Act, WHMIS, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and various environmental statutes.
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SKLS-6001 - This course focuses on developing facilitation skills and conducting a workshop/seminar. Students will learn practical skills for working with and facilitating teams. Students will become proficient at both leading and participating in groups throughout the stages of team development. Students completing this course will have the skills to facilitate goal setting, problem solving, conflict resolution, strategic planning, content delivery, and other group activities.
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SOCI-1022 -  
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SOCI-1030 -  
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SOCI-1038 - You will analyze cultural, economic and political influences on the environment of work and on life-long learning and career planning. The courses will facilitate personal growth through career and educational planning activities. You will have the opportunity to value, articulate and document what you have learned outside the classroom through life experience. You will produce a portfolio containing this documentation; which may be used to seek college credit through the prior learning assessment process. You must receive a “C” standing or better to be awarded a credit for a Gen. Ed. Elective (3.0 credits) course.
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SOCI-1041 - This course will focus on conformity issues surrounding religious fundamentalism, sects, cults and terrorist groups. The reasons why people join and why they may have a difficult time leaving, will be examined. Society's contributions to supporting cultic groups will be explored. Strategies for protecting individuals and vulnerable populations from cultic and terrorist activity will be developed.
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SOCI-3015 - This course provides students with introductory knowledge about diverse populations, faiths and cultures. In the context of law enforcement, students will be provided tips on dealing with various victimized persons and the mentally ill. Basic concepts such as culture, ethnicity, race, and discrimination are explored with a view to preventing racial profiling. Students are exposed to societal factors that contribute to crime or stereotypes among various populations. Students will reinforce concepts surrounding community policing in the context of diversity. Laws which influence the protection or discrimination of various communities are also explored. Students will be provided introductory knowledge about First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples. Topics include history, socio-economic issues, beliefs, treaties, residential schools and the criminal justice system. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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SOSC-1008 - Sexual violence is an ugly reality and a societal concern. This course will examine the many forms of sexual violence perpetrated by individuals. Students will study sexual violence in the context of male toward female, female towards male, as well as incest and child abuse in families. Reasons for sexually deviant behaviours (why individuals do what they do), and the latest approaches and strategies for treating both victims and perpetrators will be examined. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Centennial college.
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SOSC-1010 - This analysis of human sexuality draws on historical, theoretical, cross cultural and life cycle perspectives of sexual attitudes, behaviours, development, and experiences. Selected topics may include: gender relations, body image, sexual diversity, arousal and response, mating, dating, and interpersonal attraction, interpersonal communication, sex education, sexual health or risk, and issues of power and intimacy. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Conestoga college.
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SOSC-1011 - This interactive course encourages students to debate issues related to global warming and to develop skills in innovative thinking, research, political awareness, ethical reasoning, debating, and communicating. Students will develop an awareness of the current scientific certainties in global warming versus what is not certain. They will study historical and current political issues related to global awareness, including topics such as the Kyoto agreement, ethical responsibilites of individuals, corporations, and governments, and the conflictions between economic development and the environment. This course provides the opportunity for students to develop greater understanding of social understanding and the relationship between science, technology and an individual's responsibility and society. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Cambrian college.
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SOSC-1013 - In a few short years, social media has profoundly changed the global communication landscape. With the advent of social media tools such Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Twitter, more and more people are connecting and collaborating online, and creating and distributing content in ways we have never seen before. This course will provide a summary of the major developments in social media and will examine how social media is changing media, business, government, the economy, development, and education in fundamental ways. Students will be introduced to a variety of social media environments and will gain hands-on experience with many of the leading social media applications. This course requires active participation of students and a willingness to immerse in social media practices. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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SPAN-3004 - Building on the successes of Conversational Spanish, this course will continue to explore one of the most spoken languages in the world. Interactive and engaging learning activities allow the student to focus on conversing about the weather, colours, clothing, conditions and emotions.
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SPAN-9005 - A basic course designed to give students elementary instruction in the language for either business or travel.
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SRTY-1015 - In this course, students will be provided information regarding the skills and attributes required to fulfill the role of a security guard within an organization. Topics covered in this course include patrol procedures, crowd/traffic/access control, crime scene protection, evidence gathering and emergency response procedures. The Private Security and Investigative Services Act (ON) and related Regulation, Code of Conduct are provided and explained. Relevant sections of the Criminal Code,Occupational Health and Safety Act, Employment Standards Act, Labour Relations Act, Liquor Licence Act, Provincial Offences Act, Residential Tenancies Act and Trespass to Property Act are discussed. The role of security in the enforcement of Municipal Bylaws and tort law will also be introduced. Students will be required to provide evidence of completion (Certification) of emergency first aid training. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Cambrian College.
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SYST-3002 - This is a survey course in the use of computer-based information systems in management and accounting. Topics include hardware and software, file and database organization, telecommunications and networks, e-commerce, information management and decision support systems, systems development, and the impact of computers. Database and decision support programs are used to examine solutions to common business problems. Microsoft Access topics include all of the components of the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification program. Assignments and lessons are focused on the practice of accounting in the business world. After completion of the course, students will be able to make informed decisions about the applications of information technology in business.
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WELD-9025 - This introductory welding course will provide a relaxed environment to learn the art of welding. Students will geta a good grasp of the shop tools and equipment. Welding safety and techniques will be covered and a project will be created to take home. No previous experience is required.
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WELD-9027 - You know all those really cool and elegant looking wrought iron railings, gates, light fixtures and assorted decorative elements you see on so many tasteful homes and buildings? Don't they really lend a graceful, sophisticated air to your home's appearance? Wouldn't it be great if you could weld some of those ornamental projects on your own? Learn the basic welding skills required to create your own masterpiece-one project will be completed in class.
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WOOD-1012 - The student in this course will practice the ancient art of sketching, drafting and the layout of parts. Students will create a complete set of scaled drawings for WOOD-3008 Tool Cabinet. The drawings will consist of front view, side view, vertical section cut, horizontal section cut, detail drawings to cover all joinery and an oblique sketch of the cabinet. If time permits the student will also create drawings of the tool caddy made in WOOD-1013 Machines.
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WOOD-9022 - A fun course designed to expose women to woodworking in a safe and positive environment. You will learn to safely use hand tools, portable power tools and basic stationary equipment to complete a small project by the end of the day. This course is a great entry level course to other woodworking programs. Students are required to bring safety glasses and closed toe shoes (safety shoes if possible).
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WOOD-9023 - This workshop will build on the skills and experience learned in the level one workshop. This workshop will encourage women to use woodworking tools in a safe and positive environment. Students will complete a small woodworking project by the end of the workshop. Students are required to bring safety glasses and closed toe shoes (safety shoes if possible).
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WRIT-1040 - This course explains the rules of English grammar in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow manner. Beginning with a review of parts of speech, the course provides an in-depth explanation of sentence structuring and culminates in a practical review of paragraphing. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by host college, Algonquin College.
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WRIT-1059 - In this course, students develop practical writing skills using technology for successful communication in business. They learn how to compose business correspondence including emails, memoranda, letters and reports with a focus on routine, persuasive and negative messages. The course includes a review of grammar and mechanics. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Algonquin College.
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WRIT-1060 - This course is designed to familiarize students with the foundational components of investigative report writing. More specifically, this course examines many procedures that are used during an investigation and the relevant importance of providing written investigative narratives. In addition, students will be introduced to advanced avenues of enquiry that are reliant on effective communications and investigavtive report writing. This course is offered through OntarioLearn by the host college, Durham college.
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WRIT-1064 - Beginner writers and those with previous writing experience will hone their skills, benefit from a series of exercises and get involved in creative writing and critical reading. Workshop your own exercises and stories and receive valuable critique from fellow participants and the instructor.
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WRIT-1074 - This course explores the art and craft of writing for the growing romance fiction market. Through lectures, examples, and lots of research, students will develop their skills in creating engrossing plots and settings, and engaging characters, as well as researching the growing and changing market for romance oriented fiction.
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WRIT-1076 - This course will look at the wide range of travel writing assignments available to freelance writers, from commercial pieces that border on promotional writing, to literary travel writing and travel memoirs. Along with the pieces themselves, we'll study the various publishing markets for this type of work, from traditional publishers to online opportunities.
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WRKE-0001 - This course is designed for those students without experience in food service who wish to pursue a career in the food service industry. Students will work in an approved institutional setting under the supervision of a food service supervisor or dietitian. The Field Placement is mandatory for individuals who have less than 500 hours experience in an institutional setting or who otherwise have received no formal training on the job.
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WRKE-1004 - Participants will have the opportunity to supplement their resume with related work experience and a valuable reference.
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ZOOL-9008 - Train your dog to be a good canine partner. Bring proof of all vaccinations including rabies, as well as collar and lead to the first class. Training equipment, health, grooming and 'what makes your dog tick' will be discussed. Note: Do not bring your dog to the first class. First class is 6:30 - 8:30 pm. One handler per dog.
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