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INDS-103433-1/3 Gr. LPs of Rock & Soul90LC05 Jan 1520 Apr 15London CampusLecture15WCE$301.65Register
CADD-10163D Solids Modeling (Solid Works)01LC22 Jan 1526 Mar 15Thr7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
01ST14 Jan 1518 Mar 15Wed6:30PM - 9:30PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
PSYC-1067A Culture of Addictions91LC05 Jan 1520 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteLecture15WCE$301.65Register
COMP-9646A+ Certification 201265LC01 Jan 1531 Mar 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$699.00Register
COMP-1342A+ Certification-Hardware50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$443.32Register
COMP-1343A+ Certification-Software50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$419.44Register
PSYC-1045Abnormal Psychology50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$377.65Register
SOCI-1059Abuse & Family Violence50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$395.56Register
COMP-9605Access Level 160LC20 Feb 1520 Feb 15Fri9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$345.00Register
ACCT-3036Accounting 1-Inter20LC20 Jan 1514 Apr 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$480.75Register
ACCT-3037Accounting 2-Inter20LC06 Jan 1516 Apr 15Tue/Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$570.30Register
ACCT-1089Accounting Basics 152LC02 Mar 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$377.65Register
ACCT-3043Accounting Basics 251LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$377.65Register
ACCT-5015Accounting-Adv50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
ACCT-5017Accounting-Adv50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$395.56Register
BUSI-9165Ace the Interview01WC24 Feb 1503 Mar 15Tue6:30PM - 9:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$49.00Register
INFO-1163Acquisitions50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$323.92Register
RECN-1045Adaptive Recreation50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-9457Adobe Illustrator Level 160LC06 Dec 1406 Dec 14Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$279.00Register
60LC28 Mar 1528 Mar 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$279.00Register
COMP-1437Adobe InDesign Basics50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-9456Adobe InDesign Level 160LC15 Nov 1415 Nov 14Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$279.00 
60LC28 Feb 1528 Feb 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$279.00Register
COMP-1146Adobe Photoshop50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-1483Adobe Photoshop Elements50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteLecture15WCE$323.92Register
EDUC-1059Adult Learning50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$359.74Register
EDUC-1063Adults With Learning Disabilities50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMM-3058Adv. Professional Comm. for ECE07CL05 Jan 1526 Jan 15Mon/Tue8:30AM - 3:00PMClinton SiteIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
MACH-5002Advanced CNC/EDM Technology01AP06 Jan 1510 Mar 15Tue/Tue7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$49.80Register
01LC06 Jan 1510 Mar 15Tue/Tue7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
HLTH-1048Advanced Footcare60LC26 Nov 1428 Nov 14Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$526.00 
OFAD-3001Advanced Medical Transcription50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
SRTY-5001Advanced Security50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$276.16Register
MATH-5009Advanced Trade Calculations01AP12 Jan 1523 Mar 15Mon7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$49.80Register
01LC12 Jan 1523 Mar 15Mon7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
HLTH-9293Advanced Wound Care60LC31 Jan 1507 Feb 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusWorkshops15WCE$224.00Register
BUSI-1081Advertising & Sales Promotion50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$443.32Register
MKTG-1001Advertising and Promotion40LC07 Jan 1515 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
MOTP-9002Air Brake Adjustment Certification01LC02 Mar 1502 Mar 15Mon6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$173.50Register
MECH-9007Air Brake Endorsement (z)01LC14 Jan 1517 Jan 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
01SC23 Jan 1524 Jan 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
01ST28 Jan 1531 Jan 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 6:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
01WC23 Jan 1524 Jan 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
02LC04 Feb 1507 Feb 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
02SC20 Feb 1521 Feb 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
02ST25 Feb 1528 Feb 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 6:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
02WC20 Feb 1521 Feb 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
03LC07 Nov 1408 Nov 14Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$280.00 
03LC11 Mar 1514 Mar 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
03SC28 Nov 1429 Nov 14Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class14FCE$280.00Register
03SC20 Mar 1521 Mar 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 9:00PMSimcoe Campus Off SiteIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
03ST25 Mar 1528 Mar 15Wed/Sat8:00AM - 6:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
03WC28 Nov 1429 Nov 14Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class14FCE$280.00Register
03WC20 Mar 1521 Mar 15Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$280.00Register
04LC05 Dec 1406 Dec 14Fri/Sat8:00AM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$280.00Register
CIVL-1050Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Inspection50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
SRTY-1008Alcohol & Gaming50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMM-1084American Sign Language 10101LC12 Jan 1516 Mar 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
02LC15 Jan 1519 Mar 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
COMM-1085American Sign Language 10201LC14 Jan 1518 Mar 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusLecture15WCE$212.10Register
COMM-1086American Sign Language 10301LC19 Jan 1530 Mar 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
ANAT-1026Anatomy & Physiology 1 for RPNs50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$394.74Register
ANAT-3004Anatomy & Physiology 2 for RPNs50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-1457Android Application Development50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$323.92Register
HLTH-9167Angel Healing01ST01 Dec 1408 Dec 14Mon7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class14FCE$47.81Register
01ST09 Feb 1523 Feb 15Mon7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$47.81Register
ZOOL-9016Animal Guides01ST02 Mar 1509 Mar 15Mon7:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$47.81Register
HLTH-1181Animal Husbandry 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$323.92Register
BSCI-6001Applied Behaviour Analysis - Intro50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$467.20Register
FNDR-1010Applied Fundraising Practices50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
ACCT-1077Applied QuickBooks40LC12 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$283.74Register
ACCT-1029Applied Simply Accounting for Windows01ST12 Jan 1523 Mar 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$212.10Register
ACCT-1072Applied Simply Accounting for Windows01SC22 Jan 1512 Mar 15Mon/Thr6:30PM - 9:30PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15WCE$283.74Register
10WC18 Mar 1513 May 15Wed9:00AM - 2:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$283.74Register
40LC12 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$283.74Register
INFO-1165Archives50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$341.83Register
MGMT-6006Art of Negotiation10LC01 Dec 1421 Dec 14Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri/Sat/SunLondon Campus Off SiteAccelerated Online14FCE$301.65Register
40LC05 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
ARTS-1081Art Through the Ages50LC13 Jan 1522 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$373.56Register
HLTH-1108Assembly, Wrapping & Packing40LC31 Mar 1528 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$176.28Register
EDUC-1060Assessment & Evaluation50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$359.74Register
BSCI-1064Assistive Technology Fundamentals50LC13 Jan 1522 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$355.65Register
BSCI-1065Assistive Technology: Physical Level 150LC13 Jan 1522 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$355.65Register
ACCT-3025Auditing 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
ACCT-1090Auditing 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$443.32Register
BSCI-6002Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
MECH-9011Auto Mechanics - Basic01LC12 Jan 1523 Mar 15Mon7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$206.10Register
CADD-1051AutoCAD Residential Design01LC26 Jan 1525 Feb 15Mon/Wed7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$194.19Register
AUTO-1020Automotive Service Advisor 153LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$288.10Register
AUTO-3003Automotive Service Advisor 253LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$288.10Register
PLUM-1015Backflow Prevention01LC04 Mar 1522 Apr 15Wed6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$1024.00Register
PLUM-1024Backflow Recertification01LC04 Feb 1525 Feb 15Wed6:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$624.00Register
MATH-1148Basic & Algebraic Mathematics50LC13 Jan 1522 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$463.11Register
HLTH-1006Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology03SC26 Jan 1513 Feb 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri1:00PM - 4:00PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
07CL03 Dec 1417 Dec 14Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr9:00AM - 3:00PMClinton SiteAccelerated In-Class14FCE$301.65Register
10ST12 Jan 1501 May 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 3:30PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
40LC05 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
HLTH-1179Basic Animal Husbandry50LC13 Jan 1513 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$323.92Register
PHOT-9068Basic Artistic Photography01TC04 Mar 1525 Mar 15Wed6:00PM - 8:00PMTillsonburg CentreIn-Class15WCE$70.00Register
NRSG-1001Basic Electrocardiography40LC02 Feb 1502 Mar 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$182.25Register
NRSG-1046Basic Footcare for Nurses60LC24 Nov 1425 Nov 14Mon/Tue9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusLecture14FCE$295.00 
MGMT-1184Basic QA Tools & Problem Solving40LC16 Jan 1506 Mar 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$176.28Register
MECH-1058Bearings & Seals01AP15 Jan 1526 Mar 15Thr7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$53.12Register
01LC15 Jan 1526 Mar 15Thr7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$224.04Register
BEVR-1019Beer Enthusiast-Level 101LC10 Feb 1503 Mar 15Tue6:30PM - 9:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$367.00Register
BEVR-3008Beer Specialist-Level 201LC18 Mar 1520 May 15Wed6:30PM - 9:30PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$647.00Register
BSCI-1086Behaviour Managemnt&Crisis Intervention50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
BSCI-6015Behavioural Skill Building50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$467.20Register
MGMT-1227Benefits Administration50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
FDMG-1072Between Farm & Table-Local Food Business50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
BIOL-1026Biology-College Prep20GC03 Feb 1526 Mar 15Tue/Thr5:00PM - 8:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteBlended15WCE$301.65Register
AEST-1050Body Sugaring60LC28 Mar 1529 Mar 15Sat/Sun9:00AM - 5:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$638.50Register
INDS-1067Bollywood-Culture of Indian Cinema91LC05 Jan 1520 Apr 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
MKTG-1070Boosting Your Website Traffic55LC02 Mar 1527 Mar 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/FriLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$279.00Register
PFLP-1018Border Services50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$276.16Register
NRSG-1066Breastfeeding for Health Care Providers01LC24 Nov 1408 Dec 14Mon9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteIn-Class14FCE$164.90 
LAWS-1034Brokerage & Logistics 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
LAWS-3039Brokerage & Logistics 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
MGMT-1194Building&Maintaining Customer Relations50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$395.56Register
BUSI-1153Business Analysis-Intro50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
BUSI-1124Business Coaching Package55LC02 Feb 1527 Mar 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/FriLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$429.00Register
COMM-3035Business Communications 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
FINA-1007Business Finance20LC26 Jan 1501 Apr 15Mon/Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$391.20Register
FINA-1050Business Finance 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
FINA-1051Business Finance 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$323.92Register
SYST-3002Business Information Systems20LC08 Jan 1516 Apr 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$301.65Register
LAWS-1013Business Law40LC05 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
40LCI05 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$595.50Register
LAWS-1061Business Law53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$377.65Register
MATH-1052Business Math01ST12 Jan 1527 Apr 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
20LC06 Jan 1514 Apr 15Tue6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$301.65Register
40LC06 Jan 1514 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$355.65Register
MGMT-1226Business Mgmt-Organizational Behaviour50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$359.74Register
COMP-1090Business Microcomputer Applications01ST14 Jan 1521 Apr 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMSt Thomas/Elgin CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
10WC12 Jan 1516 Mar 15Mon9:00AM - 2:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
40LC05 Jan 1513 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
41LC04 Feb 1513 May 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
BUSI-9095Business Presentation Skills60LC18 Feb 1518 Feb 15Wed9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$289.00Register
WRIT-1062Business Report Writing50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$395.56Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$395.56Register
BUSI-1125Business Research Package55LC02 Feb 1501 May 15Mon/Tue/Wed/Thr/FriLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$529.00Register
FINA-3035Business Tax10WC30 Apr 1519 May 15Tue/Thr/Fri9:00AM - 2:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
40LC07 Jan 1515 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
WRIT-1059Business Writing Strategies50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$395.56Register
SRTY-1017Bylaw Enforcement50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$276.16Register
COMP-1344C# Programming-Intro50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
WOOD-5007Cabinetmaking Final Project01LC10 Jan 1504 Apr 15Sat8:00AM - 3:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$520.60Register
MATH-0014Calculus & Vectors 20107 Jan 1517 Apr 15Mon5:00PM - 8:00PMLondon CampusLecture15WCERegister
CRIM-1033Canadian Criminal Justice System50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
FINA-3027Canadian Investment20LC20 Jan 1528 Apr 15Tue6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusBlended15WCE$301.65Register
LAWS-1060Canadian Law & Provincial Legislation50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$276.16Register
LAWS-1053Canadian Law, Culture & Integration50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$355.65Register
ENGL-1057Canadian Literature50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
POLI-1007Canadian Politics50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
MTNC-5002Capstone-Module 801LC25 Mar 1527 May 15Wed6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$645.50Register
ARTS-9197Cartooning Basics01WC28 Jan 1504 Mar 15Wed6:30PM - 9:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$110.00Register
HUMA-1019Case Management & Settlement Counselling50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$266.10Register
HLTH-9295Cerebral Palsy60LC05 Mar 1505 Mar 15Thr6:00PM - 9:00PMLondon CampusWorkshops15WCE$118.65Register
61LC12 Mar 1512 Mar 15Thr12:00PM - 3:00PMLondon CampusWorkshops15WCE$118.65Register
REFR-9002CFC/HCFC/HFC Certification01LC24 Jan 1524 Jan 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$200.00Register
02LC21 Feb 1521 Feb 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$200.00Register
03LC15 Nov 1415 Nov 14Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class14FCE$200.00 
03LC21 Mar 1521 Mar 15Sat9:00AM - 4:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$200.00Register
FURN-9027Chalk Painting DIY01WC26 Jan 1509 Feb 15Mon6:00PM - 9:00PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$84.00Register
CHEM-1017Chemistry-College Prep20GC02 Feb 1525 Mar 15Mon/Wed5:00PM - 8:00PMLondon Campus Off SiteBlended15WCE$301.65Register
ECED-1056Child Development 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
ECED-1054Child Development 207CL29 Jan 1519 Feb 15Tue/Thr12:30PM - 3:30PMClinton SiteIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
ECED-1072Children With Special Needs50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$395.56Register
HORT-9088Christmas Urns01SC26 Nov 1426 Nov 14Wed6:30PM - 9:30PMSimcoe - James N. Allan CampusLecture14FCE$54.00 
INFO-3087Cisco Cert Ntwrk.assoc.450LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$526.90Register
INFO-1134Cisco Certified Network Associate 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$526.90Register
INFO-3088Cisco Certified Network Associate 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$526.90Register
INFO-5078Cisco Certified Network Associate 350LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$526.90Register
EDUC-1052Classroom Skills50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
NRSG-6042Clinical Foundations in Emergency Care40LC05 Jan 1509 Mar 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$212.10Register
NRSG-1062Clinical Pre-Readiness 120GC09 Jan 1513 Mar 15London Campus Off SiteBlended15WCE$519.00Register
BUSI-1152Coaching & Developing People50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$288.10Register
HLTH-3026Co-Dependency As an Addiction50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
EDUC-6028College Education Theory40LC12 Jan 1504 Feb 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$271.80Register
BSCI-1205Comfort Measures50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$288.10Register
COMM-1093Communication & Professional Practices50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMM-1053Communication I50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
52LC02 Mar 1508 Jun 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
53LC01 Dec 1409 Mar 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline14FCE$377.65Register
COMM-1061Communication Techniques-ECE50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$276.16Register
COMM-1101Communications50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$288.10Register
CRIM-1013Communications 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMM-1009Communications for Quality Assurance40LC09 Jan 1517 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
CRIM-1012Community and Social Services50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
SOCI-6004Community Development50LC13 Jan 1522 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$355.65Register
CRIM-1026Community Policing 250LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
CRIM-1020Community Policing I50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
MGMT-1031Compensation & Benefits01WC14 Jan 1522 Apr 15Wed6:30PM - 9:30PMWoodstock CampusIn-Class15WCE$301.65Register
40LC07 Jan 1515 Apr 15London Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$301.65Register
MGMT-1222Compensation Management50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
51LC02 Feb 1511 May 15MonLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
MECH-1055Compressors Pumps Valves & Piping01AP12 Jan 1511 Mar 15St Thomas/Elgin CampusLecture15WCE$79.68Register
01LC12 Jan 1511 Mar 15Mon/Wed7:00PM - 10:00PMLondon CampusIn-Class15WCE$319.56Register
COMP-1476Computer Applications in Human Resources50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-1480Computer Applications in Marketing50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
COMP-1482Computer Skills for Small Business50LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$359.74Register
CADD-1073Computer-Aided Drafting 150LC13 Jan 1521 Apr 15TueLondon Campus Off SiteOnline15WCE$377.65Register
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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-1029 - 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-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-1067 - The purpose of this course is to train internalquality auditors to evaluate the compliant statusof a Quality Management System (QMS) to determinewhether quality activities comply with plannedarrangements and whether these activities havebeen implemented effectively. The students willlearn how to apply the process approach to auditing in order to examine processes andprocedures. The ISO 9000:2000 series of standardsand ISO 19011 International Standard forms aa major part of the course material.
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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.
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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-1090 - This course is a continuation of Auditing I and begins with an indepth study of internal controls. It then applies the concepts of Auditing I to the audit of sales, acquisitions, payroll, inventory and cash balances and related income statemtent and balance sheet accounts. Students will learn the appropriate audit procedures and audit objectives for tests of controls and tests of details of balances.
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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 of introductory accounting basics and accounting principles and 30 hours of hands-on practice using Simply Accounting for Windows.
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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.
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ACCT-3033 - (PCP) Students who complete this course will be able to calculate and report the government and third party remittances, year-end requirements and accounting for payroll at the compliance level for the organization.
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ACCT-3034 - This course deals with the liability for income tax of individuals and corporations. The determination of net income for tax purposes, taxable income and taxes payable will be examined in detail, for unincorporated businesses and corporations. Preparation of personal tax returns will be completed in detail.
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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-3039 - This is part one of a two-part intermediate accounting course. Topics covered include accounting principles, financial statements, revenue recognition, cash, receivables, inventory and property, plant and equipment.
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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-3044 - This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the framework of financial reporting and its environment as well as the reporting and valuation of cash, receivables, inventories and temporary investments. The first part of this course covers financial reporting and accounting concepts, income statement and balance sheet presentation, statement of cash flows. The second part of the course covers revenue recognition, cash, receivables, inventories, and held-for-trading investments.
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ACCT-3048 - Managerial Accounting is a continuation of cost accounting concepts. In the initial courses, students learn hhow to accumulate product costs and how to plan for and control the routine operations of an organization. In this course, the emphasis is on using management accounting techniques to aid management ini the planning, directing, and controlling of an enterprise.
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ACCT-5011 - This course will build on the learning from the Introduction course and will include the following topics: setting up a new company, purchasing, inventory management, units of measure, estimates and progress billing, job costing, customizing of invoices and other forms, multicurrency, budgeting and advanced reporting (customizing and memorizing).
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ACCT-5013 - This course helps the student to gain an understanding of some complex topics in accounting. Topics include: Leases, Pensions, Income Taxes, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections.
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ACCT-5015 - This course helps the student to gain an understanding of some complex topics in accounting. It covers accounting for leases, pensions, EPS, and accounting changes.
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ACCT-5017 - This course helps the student to gain an understanding of some complex topics in accounting. It covers accounting for leases, pensions, EPS, and accounting changes.
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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-1045 - This comprehensive course focuses on body wellness, beginning with extensive training in anatomy and physiology including the lymphatic system. Students learn and practice various body wraps and polishing treatments, including techniques for Cellulite and Swedish massage, and an understanding of hot stone therapy, followed by supervised hands on practice.
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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-1050 - Become highly trained in the advanced hand-technique of body sugaring. The art of body sugaring provides the most gentle form of hair removal in the industry today. Our sugar paste is 100% percent natural, and will not tear or burn the skin. It requires a mere 1/16th of an inch hair-growth to be removed in its natural direction of growth. This makes sugaring a superior hair removal service for every type of hair texture, without exceptions. Sugaring is becoming a booming trend all over Canada. In this 16 hour course you will be ready to start servicing your friends, family and build clientele. Your client base, much like the hair you remove, can only grow.
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AEST-9036 - This workshop is intended for anyone interested in learning the art of threading. Threading is a waxing technique used for clients with problem skin or who react to other methods of hair removal.
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AEST-9051 - Do you want to look your best this holiday season? The holidays are fast approaching - here's your chance to get a fresh new look! In this class, you'll learn how to do a smoky eye, plus tips and tricks to help you look amazing for all your holiday events. Having basic makeup instruction can help you bring out your best. For ages 16 and over.
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AEST-9052 - Have you ever wanted to braid hair? Following what you learn in this workshop and with a bit of practice, you'll be a braiding pro! Braided hair looks pretty on everyone, and is a great option for when you want a quick and easy hairstyle that looks like it required a lot of effort. Note: if possible, bring a model to class. Materials list available upon registration.
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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.
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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.
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ARCH-1032 - Review and develop your understanding of the parts of the Ontario Building Code dealing with houses. Based on House Syllabus - 2012, this course focuses on Division B - Part 9 of the Code as well as Supplementary Standards SB-1, SB-2, SB-3, SB-7 and SB-9.
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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-1061 - Design, composition and colour with an emphasis on drawing. Express yourself visually in a more interesting way. Draw from observation. Illustrate perspective; draw 2D and 3D representations using a variety of media.
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ARTS-1075 - This course serves as an introduction to the history of art through a survey of 20th century art, with an overview of works leading into the modern era. The course not only exposes students to great art, but also describes the historical context in which it was created. Assignments are interdisciplinary and interactive, allowing students to use various design skills to present their ideas. Problems in visual communications can be solved in a variety of ways: it is often considered wise to look for inspiration in historical models. The 20th century has brought a variety of artistic experiences unparalleled in the history of art. Many great graphic designers have been inspired/influenced by "observing" both past and present examples in all the arts. When combined with our present technology the images created from our exposure to these historical models can be awesome. From the futurists or the constructivists; Warhol to Graves; classical Greeks to post-modern, graphic designers have the opportunity to create award-winning designs whether it be for advertising, packaging, financial reports or newspaper advertising because of this rich source of information available to them.
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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-5009 - A studio course designed to introduce students to a variety of painting techniques including colour and composition skills covering the watercolour medium.
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ARTS-9160 - The landscapes of the Group of Seven are some of the most recognized works of Canadian art. Students will learn the history, theory and techniques used by the Group of Seven. Topics will include canvas and board preparation, basic pallet and brush techniques, as well as composition. Learn to paint like 'The Group' and apply these skills to your own work using acrylic paint.
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ARTS-9179 - Have you ever walked along nature's path and felt someone else with you on your journey? Learn about the faerie world and how to communicate with them.Create a space of your own in your garden or home.
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ARTS-9197 - This course will explore the essential mechanics of cartooning, focusing on the art of composition, cartoon figure drawing in black and white, graphic storytelling and creative games. This kind of training is helpful for anyone interested in comics, animation, or advertising. Note: Please bring plain white paper, a mechanical pencil, an eraser and two black Sharpie markers (fine and ultrafine) to the first session.
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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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BAKE-1007 - This course will provide graduate students or individuals with equivalent work experience, the opportunity to work under the direct supervision of a qualified patissier and baker. This advanced course includes Danish and croissant doughs, yeast breads, choux paste, chocolates and pralines, petit fours, cookies, creams, ice cream and sorbet, French pastries, marzipan work, the production of quality cakes and seasonal baking.
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BAKE-1008 - This course explores advanced techniques required for a foundation in the baking and pastry industry.Emphasis will be placed on the staples used in the bake/pastry kitchen. It will provide the students with an enhanced study of techniques, weights and measures, recipe calculations, preparation of formulas, bakers percentages, hourly productivity standards, production schedule and the creation of bake shop floor plans. We will explore various elements in depth including: mixing techniques, fermentation of breads and sweet good products, preparation of various cakes, pastry doughs, icings, butter creams, meringues, sugar boiling, chocolate tempering, and the design as well as the decoration of advanced cakes. Students will then apply these theories in their practical labs.
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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-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.Regiustration Deadline: February 11, 2014 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: March 11, 2014 FIRM.
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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-3004 - Tea provides an extensive range of tastes ready to complement and enhance any cuisine. Explore the various nuances of using tea as an ingredient in cooking, baking, cocktails, etc. Understand the principles behind using tea beyond its traditional uses. Learn how to pair tea with food and create the perfect tea menu.
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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.
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BEVR-3008 - This course is designed and developed for participants who wish to further their knowledge of beer for use in the hospitality industry, as an agent for a brewer/distributor of beer or for beverage and alcohol education. The focus is to provide more detailed insights into brewing ingredients and processes, draught systems while introducing Canadian brewing history and further investigating negative sensory components.
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BEVR-5001 - Students learn about the various layers that make up the tea industry - Commodity Traders and Auctions, Packers and Retailers. Who are they, what do they do and what are the challenges that face each sector?
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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-9006 - Instructor: Sharon Labonte-Jaques This training program gives liquor servers information they need to understand and implement the skills of responsible service. Upon completion, servers will be able to recognize the signs of intoxication; know their responsibilities and obligations under the law; how to create a hospitable environment by promoting non-alcoholic beverages and food, encouraging alternative transportation. This program replaces SIP and is the course approved by the LLBO.
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BEVR-9012 - You will explore wine tasting, the memory of taste, grape varieties as Shiraz, Pinot Noir, Merlot, Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon, wine growing and wine making. Topics include: major wine producing regions, the vinification process, viticulture, proper storage and serving, wine classification, quality standards and matching food with wine. Each evening will include a tasting discovery of old and new world wines applying evaluation techniques.
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BIOL-1026 - This course focuses on the processes involved in biological systems. Students will learn concepts and theories as they conduct investigations in the areas of cellular biology, microbiology, animal anatomy and physiology, plant structure and physiology, and genetics. Emphasis will be placed on the practical application of concepts, and on the skills needed for further study in various branches of the life sciences and related fields.
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BRJR-1035 - This course emphasizes the skills necessary for developing an original short dramatic script idea. Providing a structured developmental process, we will begin with researching and evaluating story concepts, writing an outline, treatment and first draft, followed by revision and polishing of a final draft which will be marked for sale before the end of the term. Script formats and terminology specific to film, television and radio will be covered, with emphasis on film, along with intellectual property protection issues, marketing, and developing the tools necessary to sustain a writing career.
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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-1065 - Explores the importance of a multi-dimensional approach in the assessment of AT, alternative keyboards, software interfaces, alternative keyboarding methods; advantages and limitatons of specific solutions will be discussed, as well as non-technical low-cost solutions. Ergonomic considerations will be addressed.
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BSCI-1086 - This course introduces behaviour management and crisis prevention. The emphasis is on developing understanding of the principles of basic behaviour management and crisis prevention common to all helping relationships. In this course all behaviour management models will be viewed as open to evaluation based on the core principle/tenet that 'people, not systems or programs, are the first priority/consideration.'
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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-1092 - This course is designed to provide the student with some of the practical knowledge necessary for a career in Human Services. Students will gain a greater understanding of human development across the life span by exploring the physical, cognitive and socio-emotional stages of development. As well, students will be provided with a foundation in the theoretical perspectives of Piaget, Skinner, Maslow, Keene, Erickson and Kolhberg.Students will explore the relationship between theories of human development and approaches to addiction treatment.
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BSCI-1094 - In response to a family member's addiction and addictive behaviour, the dynamics within the family change. This course will focus on defining families, family system and counselling theories, family dysfunction, and affect of addiction on individual family members. Students will learn how to assess, counsel and support families living with addiction
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BSCI-1095 - This unit will focus specifically on the role of group counselling within the addictions setting. The unit will explore the dynamics of group counselling, including an understanding of the various types and functions of a group counselling format. Monitoring, membership, role of the, and cultural, gender and other population considerations will be examined within the context of a group counselling setting. Skill practice and demonstration will be included in the course content.
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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-1098 - This course will introduce students to skills and techniques essential to helping clients change addiction related behaviours. The course will also assist students in guiding clients towards positive lifestyle changes. Based on the Transtheoretical Model of Change, this course will explore the stages of change and the factors and interventions that promote and prepare clients for change. This model is considered a key component in client treatment and counselling. The Model of Change will also be examined in terms of Motivational Interviewing Techniques.
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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.
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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.
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BSCI-1206 - This course will provide an overview of Palliative Care and coping with death and dying and grief. The focus is to provide you with a review of the concepts of Palliative Care, the multidisciplinary team, hospice, current approaches to care, roles, issues and expectations. The learner will be able to identify what resources are available and will be able to distinguish options of home care vs. institutional care.
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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-6010 - This course will prepare the student for assisting in planning and mediating transitions for individuals with ASD within and across home, school and community settings from pre-school to adulthood.Topics will include: models for effective transition planning, assessment and evaluation; transition planning across settings and environments; understanding differing perspectives on transitions within and across environments; developing collaborative relationships with parents and professionals; understanding transition practices and relevant legislation; practice gathering information when using transition assessment and evaluation tools; and understanding Ontario policy/program memorandum No. 156.
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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-1061 - Understanding people and being able to work with them, no matter what type of people they are, is one of the major keys to management and life success. Through this course you should be able to identify and cope with some of the most difficult behaviours you would encounter. Other topics include: personality styles, establishing rapport, body language, matching and mirroring techniques, and the skills necessary to feel totally connected with anyone you choose.
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BUSI-1065 - Learn proven professional selling techniques, self-management skills and presentation strategies including negotiating, time and territory management, territory planning, goal setting, business acumen, the account management process, business creation and attitude maintenance.
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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-1080 - The major purpose of this course is to prepare students to assume a role as entrepreneur, acting as a general manager, as opposed to an accounting technician or a financial specialist. The emphasis is on developing a broad understanding of those accounting and financial management concepts and terminologies which will serve them in the course of starting and operating a small business.
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BUSI-1081 - This course will deal primarily with advertising strategy and execution within the context of larger marketing and corporate plans. The relationships between advertiser and agency, as well as creative media are explored in depth based on theoretical and practical concepts. The course will emphasize the changing role of advertising and will apply concepts relevant to the present marketplace.
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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-1109 - This course emphasizes the skills necessary tomaintain and manage a small to medium enterprise(SME) using the Internet or related technologiesfor various business operations.
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BUSI-1110 - Students are required to put into practice theirentrepreneurial management, and research skills towrite and present a comprehensive business plan onan enterprise of their choice.
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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.
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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.
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BUSI-1113 - This course will provide the student with an in-depth look at the field of sales. Rather than looking at professional selling as a career area, the focus is directed more at acquiring and demonstrating selling skills. This course deals with a Selling System, a system that deals with sales strategies. You must know where you stand in the sales process; know why buying decisions are made and who makes them within each account. You need to understand the business problems facing each account, and how your product or service can help solve them. Therefore this sales course has been developed to help you learn how to understand, develop and penetrate your accounts more effectively. It's a program that shows you how to devise profitable selling strategies and turn those strategies into action.
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BUSI-1114 - This course includes topics in forms of business ownership, location strategies, the home-based business, government assistance, licensing requirements, inventory planning, recruitment and selection of employees and human resources legislation issues.
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BUSI-1124 - Mentoring and coaching have come to be used more frequently in organizations to improve leadership competencies and provide employee support. It has benefits for the employer and employee. Develop skills in the development, implementation, and support of coaching and mentoring programs in your workplace. Take home the much-awaited toolkit you have been searching for to improve your employees' performance and create the working environment that your employees will find truly rewarding. Building on Coaching and Mentoring in the Workplace Course I, C/M II take a further in-depth look at variables involved in employee support. Additionally, in this course you will develop skills in the development, implementation, and support of coaching and mentoring programs in your workplace. Critical analysis and improvement of your programs alongside group dynamics and innovative strategies will also be examined in terms of coaching and mentoring programs. This course offers the much-awaited toolkit you have been searching for to improve your employees' performance and create the working environment that your employees will find truly rewarding. Two-month course consisting of Mentoring and Coaching in the Workplace Level 1 and Level 2.
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BUSI-1125 - Discover the specific knowledge needed to succeed in researching and utilizing the best and most appropriate data for decision making for your work organization. Get the skills needed to effectively communicate research results to a specific audience for maximum impact and effective decision making. For business professionals, entrepreneurs, and anyone who needs specific information about a business; or who is in business and needs specific information about a particular topic such as market potential, competitive intelligence, standard industry practice, productivity improvement, etc. This course will give you the specific knowledge you need to succeed in your research quest.
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BUSI-1126 - Customer service is now essential for business and all work organizations. With the increase of technology, human interaction with customers becomes all the more important. Whether it relates to retaining customers, serving your audience, or turning inquiries from potential customers into sales, good customer service is now one of the central factors in organizational success. Learn to improve your customer service skills to enhance your career skill set, improve productivity, and increase your organization's success. You will also take away some extraordinary customer service techniques you won't find anywhere else.
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BUSI-1127 - Learning to build your customer service skills will have a powerful impact on your career success as well as success in other areas of your life. Through this course you will discover the direct relationship between service skills and career achievement. You will become skilled at being an exceptional service provider. You can help your organization and your career by translating your good service intentions into a workable plan and gain knowledge of ways to consistently deliver great service. The payoff is enormous.
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BUSI-1128 - Transform your customer service into something extraordinary. As a result, more repeat business will improve your bottom line. Customer service separates you from your competition. Extraordinary customer service comes from focusing on the few essential elements that yield big results. Discover how easy it is to tweak your customer service from the ordinary to the extraordinary. You'll take away a customer service plan that will help you focus on the key elements that will get you started on your pathway to success.
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BUSI-1132 - Get in on this exciting and growing way to communicate market and serve your customers and clients. For businesses, nonprofits, government, and other organizations. From Facebook to Twitter, blogging, YouTube, LinkedIn, and more, discover the new principles of communication that apply across all networks and how these specific social networks work and the possible uses for your organization. Learn how social networks are used to develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization. Then find out what you can be doing, what you should be doing, and take back a plan to integrate social networks into your communication and marketing. Whether you are new to social networks or already involved, you will come away with both an understanding of social networks and practical, how-to techniques to integrate social networks into your organization or business. Your instructors are outstanding practitioners who also speak, write, and train others on social networks.
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BUSI-1133 - Get involved in the move from in-person to online communication. Learn what social networks are and their role in your business and personal life. Find out the top sites and how businesses are using the sites for communication, customer retention, branding, marketing, market research, needs assessment and serving customers and clients. Explore the options for your organization. Look at case studies of what other organizations are doing. Let your instructor guide your exploration of Facebook and YouTube. For anyone interested in social networks. Your instructor is a nationally known speaker, consultant and trainer on social networks and social media.
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BUSI-1134 - Take away a practical strategy and techniques for implementing social networks for your organization or business. Learn how to create your own private social network using Ning, work socially using Google Docs and calendars, and move your web site to an interactive Web 2.0 site. Then your instructor will help you choose which social network tools are right for your situation, and then integrate them into your web site to develop a social networking strategy for your organization. Find out what you can be doing, what you should be doing, and take back a plan to integrate social networks into your communication and marketing.
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BUSI-1135 - Your employees are your most valuable resources. Ensuring the efficiency of your team is the key to your success and is your most important responsibility. Get practical, easy to understand, and insightful methods for new and even experienced supervisors and managers. Learn about effective delegation, performance management, and writing performance reviews. Discuss the specifics of the supervisor's role and responsibilities, and strategies for improving your overall effectiveness as a leader. Take home practical information along with tips and techniques that can be applied at your job immediately.
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BUSI-1146 - A guide to self promotion and solid business planning for artists of all disciplines. Topics include: goal setting, artistic relationships, legal implications, basic accounting, market demand, exhibit planning, self promotion and arts related career opportunities.
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BUSI-1151 - This introductory course will explose students to all the essential elements of international business. The course will emphasize the managerial viewpoint rather than that of the social science disciplines from which international business draws its theoretical underpinnings. In discussing trade policy, for example, the effects of different policies on national objectives will be discussed, but also the courses of action that companies and industries can and do take to influence policy and to react to whatever policy is undertaken. The student who can evaluate courses of action in light of the theoretical foundations of the business worls will be well prepared to operate in the rapidly changing global business environment.
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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-1154 - Focus on the issues and unique features of elementary and secondary school libraries. Examine collection development and management, programming and reference services, funding, and budgting, volunteer management and the impact of onine resources in a school library setting.
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BUSI-1155 - The point of departure in this course is the classic DMAIC model devised and refined by Motorola and GE respectively. It exposes students to an organized framework wherein an array of statistical tools necessary to improve quality within the service or product environment are introduced. Students begin with charter documents and follow the problem-soling process on through to implementation and control. Foundational statistical methods are followed by more advanced techniques including designed experiments, regession methods, analysis of variance and design for six sigma. Statistical methods will be modeled on computers where applicable. The course contains both asynchronous activity and also live, synchronous delivery of a bi-weekly tutorial.
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BUSI-1157 - This course introduces the latest concepts and approaches to leadership. Within the context of unprecedented changes in the world we live in, the course focuses on supporting students through a process of learning and inquiry that will prepare them to maximize their learning effectiveness and to increase their own leadership capacity.
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BUSI-1158 - This course will provide the student with an in-depth look at the field of sales.
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BUSI-1159 - The revolutionary Dale CarnegieÒ course approach uses team dynamics and intra group activities to help you master the capabilities in today's tough business environment. Learn how you can prepare yourself to deliver peak performance. Geared for employees at all levels who seek to maximize their performance, become stronger leaders and add more value to the organization.
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BUSI-9095 - This workshop will concentrate on a variety of oral communication situations, including chairing meetings and making presentations to peers and clients. Participants will learn the importance of audience identification, research, and writing for an oral presentation. Opportunities for practicing oral presentations will be given.
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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-9126 - Supply Management is the process of managing flows of goods, services knowledge and resulting finances. The goal of this course is to have candidates appreciate the procurement process and how it fits into the overall field of Supply Management. The procurement process extends well beyond the boundaries of the procurement department. For instance, senior management will be heavily involved in selecting key technologies, which will have major implications in selecting suppliers. However, in most organizations the procurement department plays an integral role in all major procurement activities, in either a lead, or supporting role. This course develops the tactical aspects of procurement. It intends to provide information and techniques to allow junior to intermediate procurement staff to work more effectively. For those not currently working in a procurement role, the course may prepare you for a move to such a role, or may just allow you to work more effectively with procurement staff.
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BUSI-9165 - So, tell me about yourself...find out what employers are looking for when they interview candidates. Discover how to answer tough interview questions and anticipate the kinds of questions interviewers might ask. Influence the hiring decision and get the job you want by learning about interview preparation and typical interview formats and questions. Learn to develop appropriate responses and interview behaviours so you feel confident in any interview setting.
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BUSI-9170 - There are many tablets, but there's just one iPad, beloved by everyone from techies and business people to toddlers and their grandparents. Explore the iPad, master the mutitouch interface, set up your iTunes and your iPad preferences, and start loading your iPad with cool content from iTunes, the App Store, and the iBookstore. You'll get your data synchronized, browse the Internet, and hook up your e-mail; discover how to listen to your music; shoot and view videos and photos; make FaceTim video calls; get directions with Maps; run your business or curl up with a great e-book. You will be amazed at what you can do on your iPad.
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BUSI-9171 - Discover the world of social media, what it is exactly, why you should use it and how to get maximum benefit. Learn about social media monitoring tools and how to use them; learn how to effectively use the likes of Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn within your social media strategy. Learn the do's and dont's of using blogs, microblogging sites and social networks. Uncover the potential pitfalls of social media and the importance of having a social media policy. Discover the power of social media knowledge as you use the insights across other digital channels; acquire a deep understanding of how to manage a highly effective social media campaign, delivering outstanding results at minimum cost.
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BUSI-9174 - Linkedin has become an incredibly powerful tool for professional networking. Joing this interactive session where you will gain tips and strategies on how to get the most out of this exceptional online resource. Tips include how to connect with others, making contributions to discussions, asking for informational meetings and researching companies.
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BUSI-9175 - Searching for a job can be frustrating if the right methods are not used for the search. This course helps you to develop a plan and implement it correctly. Learn resume tips, the importance of networking, Linkedin and other critical job finding tools and what to do once you do the that job interview.
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CADD-1016 - Students will learn computer aided 3D Solid Modeling concepts for mechanical parts and machine design.
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CADD-1046 - This is a foundation course with a primary goal of familiarizing you with the basic concepts of drafting and the use of AutoCAD. Areas of focus include: lettering, annotation, geometry, dimensioning, drawing sheet layout, and other standard drafting procedures.
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CADD-1051 - This course begins with a basic introduction to AutoCAD 2007. Using step by step tutorial lessons the residential project begins with a house floor plan followed through to create elevations, sections, and details. Throughout the course new AutoCAD commands are covered at the appropriate time. As well as, discussions concerning Building Code requirements and industry specifications and standards as it relates to residential design and drafting.
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CADD-1073 - In this course, students will be instructed in the hands-on use of computer-aided drafting using the latest version of AutoCAD. Topics insluce drawing, setup, contstruction 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.
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CADD-1075 - In this course, students will be instructed in the hands-on use of computer-aided drafting using the latest version of AutoCAD. Topics include 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.
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CHEM-1017 - Grade 12 College equivalent.This course introduces students to the concepts that form the basis of modern chemistry. Students will study qualitative analysis, quantitative relationships in chemical reactions, organic chemistry, electrochemistry, and chemistry as it relates to the quality of the environment. Students will employ a variety of techniques, develop skills in data collection and scientific analysis, and communicate scientific information using appropriate terminology. Emphasis will be placed on the role of chemistry in daily life and in the development of new technologies and products.
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CIVL-1017 - This course covers terminology, elementary water chemistry, hot water, chilled water, steam, humidifiers, swimming pools, and solar heating of water. (BES706)
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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-1049 - This subject covers vent systems, flues and chimneys, as well as fireplaces, other wood heating appliances, steam and electric heating systems. Students apply knowledge of these systems to the role of home inspector.
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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-1009 - This course develops skills in the reading, writing, and editing of documents specific to the quality assurance field. The students are introduced to the context of preventive and corrective action, structured problem solving, and quality systems documentation. The teaching/learning methodology supports the development of team building, meeting management, and presentation skills.
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COMM-1035 - This course is designed to develop the participants' skills in evaluating, summarizing and comparing current business-related literature. Students will also learn how to make persuasive presentations in both oral and written formats using critical arguments. NOTE: Final exam must be completed in class.
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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-1061 -  
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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-1086 - American Sign Language 103 will enable student to complete the book/video text of Level 1. Students will be able to rehearse conversation strategies for getting attention, asking for clarification, and correcting information to minimize misunderstandings. Talking about family and occupations, attributing qualities to others, and talking about routines will be the major topics.
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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.
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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-1093 - The professional home inspector is required, both verbally and in writing, to describe the inspection process and communicate inspection findings to the client. It is imperative that the home inspector be able to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding of an inspection, once conducted. Students in this subject develop their oral and written communication skills, and learn the reporting requirements and proper conduct required of a professional in this industry.
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COMM-1098 -  
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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-1106 - Interpersonal communications might be thought of as the primary building block for other communication contexts. It begins where all human, social phenomena begin, with the self. It continues as an ongoing process of sharing meanings with others. It is important for group communication and organizational communication. Interpersonal communication is an immediately useful course because it is a process in which we constantly participate. We need only go about our daily lives to encounter countless opportunities to apply the concepts of the course. When students look 'out there' for what is discussed in class, they will find it everywhere.
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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-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.
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COMM-1120 - This course includes various technical writing problems that challenge the learner to generate practical solutions that are clear, focused, and expressed in appropriate language and style. The course assists learners to develop the sound thinking and planning skills that are fundamental to communicating successfully in technical fields. In addition, the computer will be used for online research, collaboration with other learners, and formatting technical information to industry standards using text and graphics.
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COMM-3035 - Employers are looking for employees who possess strong analytical skills and good written and oral communication skills. The first step in applying these skills is in the job search process. Understanding how problems can be solved will be transferred to the job search, report writing and oral communication components of the course. The appropriate documentation and research required to execute an effective job search strategy will be created in this course. Report-writing skills involving detailed problem solving will be applied in this course. As employees advance in their careers, the ability to produce a well-documented, complete and concise report becomes increasingly important. Finally, the ability to speak confidently about a variety of topics to various group sizes is of crucial importance. This course will allow the student to further develop effective oral presentation skills which will be invaluable in career development.
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COMM-3058 - This course focuses on developing students’ oral and written communication skills. Through reading and responding to ECE-related material, students learn to think critically and express ideas clearly and concisely. Students become familiar with formatting and composing common workplace documents, such as professional memos, letters, and emails. Research methods, strategies for assessing print and Internet resources, and APA documentation techniques are emphasized. Principles of effective writing, including correct grammar and appropriate tone and diction, receive continuous attention and practice.
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COMM-3064 - This course is a continuation of Level 1 and students will learn additional translation skills that will enable them to avoid the many pitfalls of translating documents from English to French in the workplace. Students will receive feedback on their translation of business documents within the workplace.
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COMM-5019 - This course is a continuation of Level 2 and students will learn additional translation skills that will enable them to avoid the many pitfalls of translating documents from English to French in the workplace. Students will receive feedback on their translation of business documents within the workplace.
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COMM-5020 - This course is a continuation of Level 3 and students will learn additional translation skills that will enable them to avoid the many pitfalls of translating documents from English to French in the workplace. Students will receive feedback on their translation of business documents within the workplace.
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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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COMM-9131 - Teamwork remains the one sustainable competitive advantage that has been largely untapped. Learn tools you can use with your team to increase positivity and team cohesion. Understand how toxic communication styles are undermining your team’s results and learn what to do about them. Discover how to measure your team’s success using a variety of team-based and leadership assessment tools and learn the number one skill that when practiced regularly will have a profound impact on your team.
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COMM-9149 - This course is designed to teach individuals strategies for sucessful public speaking. The focus will be on formal and informal discussion and speaking techniques. Emphasis will be placed on learning to speak confidently and how to convey concepts and information. Strategies such as active listening, content connections and body language will also be explored.
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COMP-1008 - ### CMPR131 Course Description Lines: 07 This course covers the potential benefits of the Internet, browsers, search engines, advertising, web page development and research. Learn how to advertise and do research on the Internet. Software required: Internet providers supply the necessary software.
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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. Prerequisite: Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 familiarity.
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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. Prerequisite: Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 familiarity.
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COMP-1023 - Learn to use Microsoft Excel for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars, and dialogue boxes. Excel as a spreadsheet program allows you to manipulate and query your data to customize your reports. Creating, editing and printing as well as charting will be covered. Prerequisite: Windows 95 familiarity.
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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-1051 - You will learn to use the advanced features of MS Excel to produce professionally customzied workbooks and management concepts. Macros and the advantages of the Wizards supported within Excel will be covered in depth. Excel software required. Pre-requisite: CMPR 159 - Introduction to Excel
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COMP-1053 - Learn to use sophisticated techniques to design interactive/multimedia secure web pages.
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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.
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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.
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COMP-1152 - This course will teach you the basics of the Java programming language and how this can be applied in today's highly competitive market. You will learn how to create applets and applications. It covers fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming, data types, looping and control structures, as well as Strings, arrays and Applets.
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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-1171 - Further introduction to some of the more advanced concepts of Photoshop 5. Topics include: preparing images for print, quick mask, blending images together, preparing images for web use, colour mapping and using alpha channels. Student should have access to Adobe Photoshop 5.
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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-1304 - This fast paced course offers a wide set of skills for the computer graphic newcomer. Effective design theory will be combined with Adobe software (Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign). Discover digital illustration, improving photographs, dynamic page layout and efficient image editing.
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COMP-1342 - A+ certification by CompTIA requires completion of two exams, one in hardware and one in software. This course prepares students to write the current A+ Core Hardware exam - CompTIA A+ 220-301. 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.
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COMP-1343 - This course prepares students to write teh 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.
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COMP-1344 - This course introduces fundamentals fo 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.
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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-1363 - Effective web design and development is about more than sitting down with Dreamweaver and Photoshop. This course is designed to outline things required to build an effective website for yourself, your business and your clients. This course reviews strategies, software, marketing and techniques while not requiring coding in class time.
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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-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.
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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-1439 - Discover fundamental aspects of this traditional industry standard in desktop publishing and design. Topics include: creating master pages; single and multiple layer documents, single and multiple columns of text; importing text and flowing it into linked columns of various shapes and sizes; proper kernaling/leading, spacing of text; combining text with imported photos and graphics; changing font or photo sizes and rearranging elements within a page.
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COMP-1441 - This online course introduces various forms of electronic publishing. You will explore both the use and creation process of basic web design, PowerPoint, still and motion screen recording, blogs and RSS readers.
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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-1443 - This course introduces students to the next level of Excel where the student will solve problems and automate tasks encountered in the daily business environment. The student will be introduced to Microsoft PowerPoint and learn to create a basic presentation in a business environment. The last part of the course will introduce Microsoft Access where the student will learn to create, maintain and publish a database. Students completing this course will have a well-rounded knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite.
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COMP-1444 - This course introduces the student to the XML, the latest buzzword on the internet, but becoming more and more widely used in web based applications. It allows the students to apply the different technologies surrounding XML (Name, Spaces, Data binding, Cascading Style Sheets - CSS extensible Style Sheet - XSL, Document Type Definition - DTD, Schema, Open Database Connectivity-ODBC, etc) to develop web pages based on XML for any e-commerce application. Most emphasis will be done on creating XML documents needed for many different applications.
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COMP-1445 - This course covers the fundamentals of Visual C++ 2008 software. The emphasis during the first part of the course is learning the C++ language. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) language concepts will be introduced. The student will learn to develop applications starting with Console Win32 applications. Students will then proceed on to Windows programming using Microsoft Foundation classes (MFC), generating XP sp2 compatible applications. Students will explore the development tools of Visual C++. Students will then proceed on to Windows programming using Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), generating XP sp2 compatible applications. Students will explore the development tools of Visual C++.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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COMP-1452 - This is an introduction to the general principles of computer programming. Topics will include the selection of basic data types, basic I/O, operators, repetition, flow control, decisions, arrays and the use of simple user-defined functions and user-defined classes. This course teaches the student how to write a computer program, using a high level language, to solve typical business problems. A structured approach is taken for the majority of this course with an introduction to OOP principles and program design also included. The Visual Basic 2005 programming language has been selected as the language vehicle for the course.
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COMP-1457 - This course will familiarize the student with all aspects of planning, developing and testing mobile applications for the Android platform. It will emphasize the creation of applications using the Java programming language, as well as programming techniques for achieving effective interaction on PDA's Writing location-aware applications that feature sensor movement. Wi-Fi and multimedia will be introduced.
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COMP-1458 - This subject introduces the student to computerprogramming using the JavaScript programminglanguage. While JavaScript is the language ofinstruction, the course covers the essentialconcepts and constructs which are part of mostmodern programming languages, including sequence,selection, repitition, variables, arrays, andobjects. This course leads the student fromwriting the simplest of programs to creatingprograms that interact with the elements in a webpage. Using only a simple text processor and abrowser, the student will write and run programsthat utilize variables, calculations, arrays, ifstatements, loops, objects, and events. Inaddition to writing programs, the student willalso be instructed in the elements of goodprogramming style and their importance.
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COMP-1468 - Explore the process of digital illustration using Corel Painter and Adobe Photoshop. Explore illustration from initial thumbnail sketches to the completed piece using cutting edge techniques combining the natural media capabilities of Corel Painter and finishing up with Adobe Photoshop. The course can be completed using a mouse, but a Wacom drawing tablet (Bamboo or Intuos) and stylus is required.
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COMP-1476 - An understanding of spreadsheets is an invaluable tool in today's human resource management profession. Being able to utilize an existing worksheet for charting, sorting, and developing what-if scenarios in order to remain current with today's industry standard. This course will provide an understanding and the fundamental principles of a Microsoft Excel as applied to human resource management related problems. A series of assignments leads the student through the critical issues of spreadsheet-based database design, and demonstrates the potential needs which computers have in this field.
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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-1479 - This course will prepare students to write the current Security+ exam. The CompTIA Security+ certification tests for security knowledge mastery of an individual with two years on-the-job networking experience, with emphasis on security control, authentication, external attack and operational and organization security. CompTIA Security+ is an elective or prerequisite to advanced security certifications. Security+ certification is increasingly required by employers who recognize the security risks facing their IT systems. Students are required to book their own ertification exam date with CompTIA. Certification exams are an additional cost.
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COMP-1480 - Understanding the use of computers is an invaluable tool in today's marketing industry. A successful marketer must be able to communicate electronically using up to date computer software. This course is designed to provide marketing students with a set of computer skills useful in marketing. Specific skill areas include: Word, Excel, Publisher and Access.
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COMP-1481 - This course, with emphasis on hands-on practice will assist students to become proficient, knowledgeable users of the major features of SQL. It introduces the student to Client Server technology, and explores the concepts of relational databases and the pwerful SQL needed to prepare the student so that they are able to apply SQL in many practical applications. This course also compares Oracle's SQL syntax to other databases (MS SQL Server and MySQL) to be easily adaptable to any application development. This course prepares the student for the first exam in both the Oracle Database Administrator (DBA) and oracle Forms Developer certification tracks and offers them a solid understanding of Oracle 10g and how to use it effectively. Software required: MySQL and Oracle 10g which are free downloads.
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COMP-1482 - This course is designed to provide the student with sufficient computer skills to produce the initial sections of a business plan. The student will be exposed to Windows XP, Word, Outlook, Internet Explorer, for the purposes of assembling their business plan.
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COMP-1483 - Here's your opportunity to learn Adobe Photoshop Elements with Adobe-approved course material. This "hands-on" course will introduce you to loading, organizing, editing and sharing photos, repairing and retouching photos and adding text and style effects to your photos.
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COMP-1484 - Using Word, you will learn to combine basic design principles and techniques to produce a variety of printed matter, such as stationery, business cards, posters, newsletters, resumes and more. This is a practical, hands-on course that will place emphasis on producing real-life, professional materials using specific desktop publishing terminology and document-handling techniques.
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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-2021 - You will be introduced to the concepts and terms of flash animation. Create custom artwork, animate artwork and ultimately design your own interactive movies.
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COMP-3061 - As a continuation of the Introductory course, the advanced progress bar load loop is presented along with 'best' practices for graphic import to maintain small output size. Advanced action scripting and the debugging window will be explored, XML data will be utilized in the presentation of a scrolling data feed window.
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COMP-5058 - A continuation from the introduction course, curriculum is designed for the serious or professional web page designer. Concepts explored include search engine optimization, working with templates, JavaScript and behaviours, Custom Cascading Styles, three part rollovers, using library items, extending Dreamweaver and much more.
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COMP-5060 - After completing Design Basics - students have learned the essentials of design. This course will build upon the knowledge by addressing real world print design issues about colour, photo placement and resolution, file formats and choosing type. Students will learn how to communicate a clear and consistent message and will use this knowledge to create a book cover, brochure, and identity package for a client.
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COMP-5064 - This course deals with advanced programming concepts using Java. We will learn how to build Java programs that can access and manipulate data from database tables. we will further look as how to access database via Java servlets on the Internet. With the popularity of object-oriented programming and database systems growing, and increasing demand for e-commerce applications these are important and relevant skills to learn.
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COMP-5065 - This subject provides hands-on practice in PL/SQL (Programming Language for SQL)needed for Oracle application development. The rich features of PL/SQL are used in the development of client-server or web-based applications. It is a procedural programming language that has the features of sequence selection, iteration, procedures, functions, triggers and all that are required for the forms, reports and data management applications. The students will be prepared to take Oracle Certification exams: IZO-147, Oracle 9i, Program with PL/SQL or IZO-101. Develop PL/SQL program Units. The use of Oracle in e-commerce appliations has taken more than 70% of the internet market. The understanding of PL/SQL is essential for a sophisticated application development using Oracle or any other Relational databases. This also gears the students to be able to write the Oracle SQL and PL/SQL Certification for DBA (Database Administration)or Application Developer tracks.
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COMP-6020 - Students will learn web page design as well as methods of communicating using the Internet. Students will design and publish web pages, using HTML, content management programs and web design programs. This course prepares the students for a wide range of communication applications of new technologies.
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COMP-6022 - Desktop publishers arrange text, graphics and images to produce effective print communication. Learn how professional graphic designers create attractive, persuasive brochures, ads, posters, and newsletters via computer-assisted design. This course examines the elements and principles of design, the fundamentals of colour, typography and photographic images, and the intricacies of printing technologies and dealing with commercial printers. It includes an introduction to imaging, graphics, and page layout software through Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
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COMP-6023 - From basic HTML to designing a website using Dreamweaver you will be entrenched in everything web. Topics taught include site-planning, navigation, design and colour, typography, how to write for the web, promoting, testing a website and a basic introduction of Photoshop.
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COMP-9038 - Basic! Basic! Basic! These classes will move from turning the computer on to the plying a game and typing a letter. Relax and have fun while we chase those computer fears away. No typing speed or previous computer knowledge required.
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COMP-9261 - This is an absolute beginner computer course. Students will be shown a little about computer hardware, operating systems, e-mail and the Internet. Learn to navigate your computer while exploring file creation and manipulation, and use of Windows Vista applications including Notepad, Paint, and Wordpad.
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COMP-9264 - What is Microsoft Office 2010? A continuation of Starting Point Level 1, this course will provide an overview of the major programs in MS Office - Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It is designed to provide additional learning for Level 1 students and also for any student wishing to make an informed decision about which computer course to take next.
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COMP-9301 - If you have never operated a computer before then this course is for you. Using Windows topics include basic computer operation, printer operation, overview of word processing, internet and e-mail.
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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-9417 - New to Mac - we can help! Get up and running quickly using Mac's latest features. Use email, surf the web like a pro, stay connected with family and friends by texting and using video chats, organize and edit your digital camera photos and videos and with iTunes, discover online music and entertainment.
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COMP-9456 - Learn about Adobe's most versatile design and layout tool. You will cover the basics of Adobe InDesign: setting up a document, working with templates, adding graphics and saving to .pdfs. If you've used Photoshop or Pagemaker you're going to love InDesign.
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COMP-9457 - Not just for drawing. You will be introduced to the basics of text and line work, importing graphics and creating line art. You will learn about layering and file formats. You'll be making eye catching graphics and designs in no time.
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COMP-9475 - Create a basic website with Dreamweaver. Adding links and images, and multimedia files to web pages. Learn how to manage files and sites utilizing CS6.
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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-9524 - Good accounting records are at the very foundation of managing your business. You will learn how to perform daily accounting tasks in the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll. This course is geared towards someone who will do primarily data entry into QuickBooks.
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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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COMP-9605 - This course offers a comprehensive introduction to database design and implementation. You will design and plan a simple database, retrieve information from an existing database by using queries and filters. Produce professional forms and reports to provide useful information within a business environment.
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COMP-9631 - Wordpress makes it easy for anybody to post their ideas, pictures, and audio/video on the internet.Wordpress can be used for blogging and also to create static and dynamic websites. This class teaches how to get started quickly with Wordpress and how to install, adminster, customize and market their website.
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COMP-9636 - It is possibe to run your business from an iPad!In this workshop we will review and demonstratevarious iPad applications in the following areas:invoicing and sales reports, word rpocessingdocuments and business presentations, onlinebanking, customer relationship management, pointof sale transactions, time and expense tracking,product presentation conduct online meetings,cloud services.
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COMP-9639 - Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) is a globally recognized Information Technology certification. It is for job seekers and employees in academia or business who are looking to demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities in the Microsoft Office Suite of applications. There are separate exams for each application. Fanshawe College is a Certiport Authorized Testing Centre.
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COMP-9643 - Microsoft has really hit a home run with all of the new features of PowerPoint 2013. Easily edit your home and business video's right inside of PowerPoint with the new 'Trim Audio/Video' features. Use the new 'Backstage' features to quickly and easily share your presentation with family, friends, and co-workers. Add emphasis with all of the new and improved quick styles, transitions and animations. If you have an idea, business concept, or even a vacation that you want to give a presentation on, then PowerPoint 2013 is the program for you. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9645 - The Outlook 2013 course will teach everything that you need to know to become proficient and efficient with Outlook. Learn all of the new features and get fascinating tips and tricks that will save you time and energy when working in Outlook. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9646 - Learn to install, repair, upgrade, configure, optimize, troubleshoot, and perform preventative maintenance on personal computers and operating systems. Understand principles of implementing LANs and Internet access. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9647 - Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 web design software provides an intuitive and visual interface for creating and editing website and mobile apps with confidence. Use fluid grid layouts, which are designed for cross platform compatibility, to create pages. Review designs with Multiscreen Preview before publishing. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9648 - Adobe Photoshop CS6 enables a novice photographer to touch up photos and experienced graphic design professionals to create advertisements, logos, and marketing pieces. Learning how to master Photoshop is one of the most sought after skills in today's job market. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9649 - It you want to become a publishing professional in today's workforce, having a working knowledge of Adobe InDesign is critical. Learn the basics of the program and interface and then gradually move onto more advanced and complex aspects of the software. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9650 - Network+ is an elite training program that completely and adequately prepares students to become Network+ certified. Students of CompTIA Network+ 2012 will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate and configure basic network infrastructure, describe networking technologies, and basic design principles. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9651 - Microsoft Project is perfect for beginners and experts alike. What's great about this course is not only does it teach individuals the ins and outs of Microsoft Project 2010, but it also prepares individuals to take the Microsoft 70-178 exam. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9652 - This course will take you through the steps to build user friendly, interactive sites that visitors can easily navigate. Learn important concepts about layout, colour, and site planning. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9653 - Students who are working towards becoming career ready must have a working knowledge of Word 2013. We will teach you the basics of the software; from there we will build on concepts and ideas until you have the software figured out. You will be prepared to create resumes, cover letters, newsletters and more. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9654 - If you are looking to start a career in business or finance, having a working knowledge of Microsoft's Excel 2013 is a must. Our new and exciting course will teach you how to reveal insights hidden in your data with the help of new features. Learn how to visualize your data to better understand what is really going on. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9657 - MTA is a newly entry level credential from Microsoft that validates the foundational knowledge needed to take the first step toward building a successful career in technology. The MTA certification programs cover the baseline knowledge of building and managing Microsoft Windows Servers, Windows based network operating systems, Active Directory, account management, and system recovery tools, while preparing you for the Microsoft exam 98-366. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9658 - MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals is designed to provide students with an explanation and understanding of Microsoft's Windows operating system. This course helps prepare students to pass the Microsoft exam 98-349. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9659 - Bridge your digital divide with IC3 Global Standard 4 (GS4). This course covers a broad range of computing knowledge and skills that proves competency in computing fundamentals (hardware, software, and using an operating system), key applications (common program functions, word processing, and spreadsheet functions) and living online (networks and the Internet, email, and the impact of computing on society). In addition to the IC3 core standards, this course also covers material related to the ICT curriculum. This is an online, video-based, correspondence style course offered through our partner, LearnKey. Students have access to the course for 90 days starting from the date of registration.
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COMP-9660 - Level 1 teaches you how to perform daily accounting tasks in the General Ledger, A/R, A/P, and Payroll. This course is intended for someone who will be primarily doing data entry in Sage 50 Accounting.
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COMP-9661 - Level 1 teaches you how to use core skills to work with business documents such as: letters, forms, and newsletters. The user will acquire fundamental concepts and skills, building on this foundation as you continue to increase your productivity to apply creative features and enhance various documents.
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COMP-9662 - This course is intended for participants who are familiar with MS Excel. Upon completion of this workshop, you will understand key concepts that will be used to build custom solutions using VBA Macros, be familiarized with basic macros techniques, customize macros with VBA source code, and much more.
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COMP-9663 - Microsoft Excel 2013 Level I teaches you to create and edit spreadsheets for business reports such as budgets or cash flow reports. Focus is placed on ensuring the basic skills are learned and can be applied to reports, including creating and editing simple formulas to handling common types of calculations.
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CONS-1050 - This course is an introduction to the principles of contract law as they relate to the construction industry. The various types of construction contracts and bidding documents are introduced and examined. This subject builds on the principles of contract law and introduces standard forms used in the construction industry issued by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee and the Canadian Construction Association.
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CORP-1001 - This course reviews the basics of corporate culture and how corporate culture impacts on customer service. Areas of study include service environment, organizational openness, and influencing others to adopt a service culture. As a project, students learn to create a customer service culture action plan based on identifying gaps between current and desired practices.
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CRIM-1001 - This course provides an examination of the theoretical explanations of criminal social-psychological behaviour. Criminological theory is related to various types of criminal activity in Canada, and is examined through crime statistics, correlates of criminal behaviour and applied uses of social science in forensic applications. The impact of theory on the development and effectiveness of the justice system is discussed with an emphasis on future interventions, trends, and social policy initiatives.
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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-1004 - This course focuses on ethical issues faced by the individual as a person and more particularly as a professional with authority and responsibility for law enforcement. It will help the student clarify their values and establish a framework for ethical decision making. The course will focus the students minds on the importance of moral philosophy as a component of the decision making process.
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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-1009 - 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 a warrant.
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CRIM-1010 - In this course, current social science paradigms and theories will be used as a framework for analysis of contemporary social issues to vocations in police services. Topics such as crime, violence, abuse, social stratification, ageism, and racism will be included. The course focus will be on how individual behaviours collectively create social issues.
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CRIM-1012 - This course will explore the structure and administration of community organizations and social services that operate within and adjacent to the criminal justice system. Also explored the issues, trends and legislations that impact on Community Social Services. The student will require to perform 40 hours of direct community service study while applying knowledge obtained through the course modules.
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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-1020 - This course introduces students to theory and models of community policing. Problem solving models and the role of alternative dispute resolution strategies are examined. Community development and community involvement in dispute resolution is discussed. The role of public relations is explored.
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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-1026 - This advanced course will allow students to apply and demonstrate crime prevention, problem oriented policing strategies and apply elements of volunteerism. Students will be required to assess a community problem and develop, implement and evaluate results to resolve a community problem. Students will also explore the relationship between community policing and police complaints.
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CRIM-1029 - This course focuses on surveillance and investigation skills. Students develop the interviewing skills necessary to retrieve information from victims, witnesses and suspects. They also learn the basic steps of investigation including the practical development of note-taking and observation skills.
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CRIM-1030 - This course will enable a student to analyze the elements of an offence, to classify offences and to identify possible defences in criminal cases. This course will also enable a student to analyze the rights and obligations of citizens involving areas of civil law. Students will recognize the responsibilities and limitations of citizens, law enforcement officials and police officers in light of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Students will develop legal research and analysis skills to locate, interpret and apply statute and case law. Students will be introduced to the most common of Criminal Code offences.
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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.
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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.
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CRIM-1034 - Students in this course will be required to successfully demonstrate a complete comprehension of specific provincial statue laws through regular testing and practical application. Since students will be called upon to give evidence in court, they must be knowledgeable in the rules of evidence, and how to properly conduct themselves during court proceedings. Rationale: Today's law enforcement and security officers must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of various provincial statutes to enable them to enforce the laws properly. This course will provide them with a clean understanding of the statutes most frequently encountered during the performance of their duties in the public or private sector.
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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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DESG-1068 - Participants will have a clear understanding of the type of portfolio that is expected in both the freelance and the professional world. Creative pieces that have been developed throughout the certificate program will be chosen and incorporated into portfolio pieces for digital and print presentation. Personal branding concepts will be part of the portfolio mix incorporating and developing a creative statement, personal logo and identity package. Students will develop new design pieces specific to industry portfolio standards including a direct mail piece, a newspaper ad and a self-promotional marketing piece. Students will learn effective ways to market and ‘package’ themselves through various creative approaches and media types. Inventory of work will be developed and assembled into an electronic or digital portfolio package..
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DESG-1076 - This course will familiarize the student with a new way to design, develop and test mobile user interfaces, and to "mobilize" existing websites. It will present a new interaction and content delivery paradigm through theory and hands-on coding exercises using CSS3, HTML5, Javascript, Ajax, as well as programming techniques for achieving effective interaction and coming up with innovative User Experiences in Smartphones and Tablets.
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DESG-3040 - Decorating for an event in a ballroom or convention centre can be challenging enough but what happens when you are planning a one of a kind event such as a corporate event, anniversary, retirement, fundraiser or trade show? These events may also involve an exclusive location such as a park or historic building and unique floral artistry. Learn the tips and techniques to pull the whole event package together.
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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.
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DRAF-5002 - Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing is a system of indicating shape and positional tolerances on mechanical working drawings. This course will teach the student to interpret the symbols used for this purpose. A prior solid grounding in mechanical blueprint reading is recommended.
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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-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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ECED-1052 - Based on the principles that children learn through play and responsive interactions, this course provides the opportunity to design and plan curriculum for indoor and outdoor environments. Observations of individual development serve as the foundation for all components of the curriculum to ensure opportunities for meaningful learning, mastery and success for each child.
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ECED-1053 - This course explores the need for Early Childhood Educators to establish relationships, support play and foster children's acceptance within the peer group. It examines strategies for creating an environment and curriculum that enhance positive peer interactions and pro-social behaviour. Based on research in resilience, this course identifies risk and protective factors affecting emotional development, and impacting behaviour in early childhood settings. Students explore specific strategies for Early Childhood Educators to promote resilience in children at risk.
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ECED-1054 - This course provides students the opportunity to apply theories of development to enhance one's understanding of how young children develop and learn. The role of the Early Childhood Educator in fostering development through emergent, play-based practice will be analyzed.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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ECED-1064 - This course is designed to assist students in working effectively with parents. The dual role of parents - as a resource and client will be examined. In addition the role of child care as a resource and support system to families will be identified. RATIONALE: In Working with Parents the student will learn how to communicate effectively with parents. Parent meetings will be a major focus of attention. The skills necessary to plan, implement and evaluate parent meetings will be developed. Additional methods for conveying information to parents will be identified. The other area to be addressed is supporting families who are facing difficult issues or who have concerns which need to be addressed by the staff of the centre.
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ECED-1066 - This course is designed to give students anunderstanding of the administrative procedures andthe supervisory functions required to operate achild care program. Emphasis will be placed on thedevelopment of technical and interpersonal skillsthat ensure an efficient operation.
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ECED-1068 - This subject introduces the student to theelements of the inclusive learning environment interms of people, space, materials, and time.Adaptive programming for children with specificexceptionalities will be the focus of this course.Strategies that enable students to guide thelearning of children who require additionalsupport will be examined.
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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-1073 - This subject focuses on diverse family systems and the impact that a child with special needs has on family dynamics. Principles and elements of family centred practice are explored. Students examine the skills required in order to develop partnerships with families. In addition to informal support systems, students identify community services that families can access for support.
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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 - This course focuses on the professional andethical responsibilities of the early childhoodeducator. Students will explore issues and developstrategies to determine the nature of theirprofessional responsibilities.
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ECED-5009 - In Curriculum Development III, students will usethe principles and guidelines of curriculumdevelopment to design developmentally appropriateand inclusive programs for preschool and schoolage children. Emphasis will continue to be placedon the roles of play, creativity, literacy andinclusiveness in the development of curriculumwhich addresses all areas of children'sdevelopment - physical, cognitive andpsycho-social. (Areas of exploration will bespecific to children between birth and 12 years.)Within this age range a variety of subjectsrelated to the cognitive domain will be studied.Individual, small and large group (circle-time)activities will be investigated as well asemergent curriculum and week-long programplanning.
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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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EDUC-1048 - This course is intended to equip teachers of adults with strategies for successful use of technology in the in-class and virtual classroom. The course will examine curriculum design, teaching techniques, and assessment when instructional technology is employed.
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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-1053 - Acquiring skills in the evaluation of students' work is critical to becoming a successful teacher. This subject teaches students the principles and tools of ESL assessment and gives students practical guidance on using and developing tasks for different language skills.
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EDUC-1056 - This subject presents students with an overview of the foundations in syntax, morphology, phonetics/phonology and the applications of such 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-1063 - This course provides insight into the needs and issues of Adults with Learning Disabilities in the educational or training setting and society as a whole. You will gain general knowledge and awareness of the various exceptionalities with a primary focus on understanding adults with Learning Disabilities. Strategies and skills are explored so that educators/trainers can provide appropriate modifications and accomodations to course content, delivery and evaluation, to ensure that all learners have an opportunity to be successful.
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EDUC-1065 - This course provides participants with opportunity to acquire/enhance skills in facilitating the learning process with adult learners. The focus is on training techniques and skills, training equipment, resources and learning activities. Each participant will be required to facilitate one learning experience online.
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EDUC-1066 - This course offers participants the opportunity to learn and experience through several interactive processes the various elements of group dynamics and team development. A variety of practical experiences and writing exercises contained in the course will allow learners to build skills as facilitators of the teaching-learning process. It is a learning experience that allows individuals to better appreciate the dynamics of groups in a learning environment.
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EDUC-1067 - This course focuses on the development of helping skills, which will lead to increase effectiveness as a facilitator/teacher trainer. The course is designed to examine both the theoretical and practical aspects of counseling adults. Carkhuff's Model of Helping will be examined and the seven basic helping skills will be reviewed and practiced. Students will be required to participate in a mandatory online counselling session.
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EDUC-1084 - In this course, students explore two key aspects of managing a diverse adult learning development environment. In the first section of the course, students discover cross-cultural differences in adult learning styles, preferences and educational expectations and compare those to learning in a Canadian learning environment. In the second section of the course, students develop the capacity and competencies to recognize how diversity impacts the learning experience and develop the tools and confidence to manage and plan for complexities that surface in such a learning environment.
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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-1087 - This course will clarify the role and understanding of Educations Assistants in assisting special students with transition. Primarily focusing on the transition from adolescence to adulthood with emphasis on independence in life skills and specific workplace training. Educational Assistants must be prepared to take on the role of job coach in assisting those with unique needs and abilities to develop the skills necessary for employment, maximizing their abililities and opportunities.
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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-3007 - You will learn to identify characteristics of adults with learning disabilities, including learning strengths and challenges. Students will learn to observe and recognize possible learning disabilities during the assessment process to plan effective instructional strategies. You will also learn strategies to support the development of self-direction skills and independence in the adult literacy learner.
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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-6008 - This course will focus on how Child Care Directors and Supervisors can successfully guide staff in the design and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children from 0 - 12 years of age. We will also look at the need for program evaluations, and methods of assessing program content, materials and teaching strategies necessary to maintain quality programs which meet each centre's objectives.
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EDUC-6028 - Introduces the participants to the historical context of adult education and the major theoretical foundations of adult education, and examines recent theories and trends in the field of adult learning. Participants will distinguish between andragogy and pedagogy, and analyze the needs and expectations of adult learners in the college context. Participants will participants will transpose theoretical perspectives into instruction design for adult learners based on their integrated relationship.
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EDUC-6031 - Participants will integrate and apply the knowledge, skills and attitudes acquired through the program in a supervised practicum experience. Participants will work collaboratively with a supervising teacher to plan, deliver, and evaluate their real-time classroom instructional performance.
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EDUC-6034 - Provides opportunities for participants to further develop the knowledge and skills required to effectively design and deliver curriculum that achieves provincial, professional, program, and course outcomes. As well, participants will learn to use technology to enhance learning and to manage the diversity and needs of contemporary college learners.
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EDUC-9036 - This course provides a number of online orientation videos for new students.
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ELEC-1086 - A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship Program dealing with basic electrical theory and calculations. The course covers simple electrical circuits, DC calculations, OHM's Law & Kirchhoff's Law, energy conversions, and magnetism.
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ELNC-1057 - A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program that deals with the interpretation of drawings and schematics for residential dwellings.
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ELNC-1063 - A Level II course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the Canadian Electrical Code. Topics will include- fuses, circuit breakers and ground fault protection, classifications of hazardous locations, interpretation of the Canadian Electrical Code regulations as it applies to storage batteries and branch circuits and communication cables.
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ELNC-1064 - A level II course in the Electrician apprenticeship program dealing with interpreting site drawings, and service layout drawings for mechanical equipment. Also deals with material take-off from drawings.
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ELNC-1066 - A level II hands-on lab course for the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the installation electrical equipment such as motors, starters, and transformers.
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ELNC-1071 - A level III course in the Electrical apprenticeship program dealing with the electrical code requirements for multi motor feed services and high voltage installations.
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ELNC-1073 - A Level III course in the Electrical Apprentice program dealing with the theory calculations and measurements involved with three phase circuits. Topics will include- transformers, 3 phase motors, power factors, and motor calculations, circuit calculations, speed controls and KVA calculations.
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ELNC-1081 - The student will develop a basic knowledge of electrical and electronic terminology, schematics and application of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's).
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ELNC-1088 - A level one course in the Electrical Apprentice program dealing with basic semiconductor theory and basic electronic devices and circuits. Also included are the following topics- truth tables, resistors in series and parallel, LED's, logic gates;NOT, AND, OR, NAND, NOR.
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ENGL-1007 - This contemporary reading and writing-based course explores a variety of themes found in the discourse of popular culture, critical theory, and visual communication such as the role of consumer society and the corporation, the cultural influence of T.V. and film, the creation of mythic characters, the politics of advertising, the construction of identity, the advent of cyber-cultures and technology, and the power of visual imagery. In addition, students learn to analyze and evaluate representations of race, gender, class and sexuality across various cultural mediums. The course anthology is comprised of articles, essays and book excerpts which deal with current issues, ideas, and trends relating to contemporary culture. Course assignments include objective analysis, visual critiques, content quizzes, a research paper, weekly discussion forums (online version), a collaborative group project and a final test.
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ENGL-1025 - What’s love got to do with it? Why has it become the subject of so much writing throughout history? Why are we still fascinated by the subject of love today? Perspectives on Love proceeds to examine these very questions with a consideration of love in art, literature, and popular culture. Through a thematic exploration of the subject of love, students will identify the ways in which love themes have evolved, persisted, and manifested themselves in various time periods and cultures
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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-1048 - Understanding Literature acquaints students with the tools necessary to appreciate literature critically by reviewing literary history and examining different genres. Students will explore themes and conventions associated with these genres and develop an understanding of literary analysis and various critical approaches. For creative-writing students, this course will provide a framework in which to appreciate and evaluate their own writing.
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ENGL-1057 - This course will allow students to read selected Canadian literature, including novels and short stories, and to analyse and discuss various key points of each piece of literature. Students will identify the different types of audiences intended for each literary piece. Some suggested areas of study for each novel will include selected key literary terms as well as discussionof the relevance of setting and plot in relation to Canadian culture and history, found in each individual piece. this course will focus on both reading literature as well as the use of proper English. The novels chosen will also be explored in relation to their relevance to Canadian culture. Key literary terms and events will be discussed for each novel, including questions for each literary piece.
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ENGL-3018 - A continuation of the studies begun in English 1, t his course develops students' skills in listening, reading and writing at a more advanced level. Foc us is placed on the forms, conventions and strateg ies of written communication in the context of the
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ENGR-1021 - This 36 hour introductory course will provide the student with the general knowledge and skills required to identify the components, joinery, and exterior systems of small and intermediate sized residential and agricultural timber frame buildings.
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ENGR-3013 - This 42 hour intermediate level course will buildon the skills acquired in ENGR-1021. It willprovide the student with the knowledge requiredto read and interpret structural timber framedrawings for a small building through DeitrichsCAD/Cam Software. Students will use traditionalhand tools along with specialized timber framingtools to hone skills cutting and fitting commontimber frame joinery. Students will work as ateam to determine required component sizing,layout joinery, cut components, and assemble asmall structure.
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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.
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ENVR-1020 - • A high-level introduction to the LEED rating system, and core concepts and strategies for success in greening the built environment • An introduction to the role the built environment plays in damaging natural systems, and what can be done to limit or reverse that harm• A directed, self-study course designed to give a solid base of understanding of the LEED portfolio
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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.
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ENVR-1033 - This course will deal with the issues of traditional and non-renewable energy sources such as crude oil, natural gas, coal and nuclear energy, as well as renewable energy sources like hydroelectricity, solar, ocean, geothermal and wind energy. Students will obtain a broad understanding of current resources, technologies and their limitations; and a realistic appreciation of what energy sources and technologies may be feasible in the future.
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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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FASH-9021 - Appearance affects everyone's perception of you. Choosing the correct attire plays an important role in reinforcing "you" as a brand. We are judged, or at the very least interpreted by everyone around us by how we look, whether we like it or not. This workshop will help you understand that first impressions do count and that a clear message needs to be sent to the outside world. We are all a brand and have our own Unique Selling Proposition (USP). What is yours?
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FASH-9022 - How much thought goes into your outfit each day? Most people leave getting dressed until the very last minute, which is usually just before going out the door. This workshop explains how important it is to take the time to understand and invest in your clothes to help showcase your personality in the most beneficial way for every occasion. Do you start your busy day overwhelmed by a closet ready to burst? This workshop also takes an in depth look at your wardrobe providing insight on identifying key items, which clothes to keep, which to donate, and how to organize your closet, all based on your own tastes and lifestyle. Start your day calm and confidently!
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FASH-9024 - This workshop teaches you all about transitioning your style. The primary focus will be on 2 areas: Transition from Professional Life to Social Life - We will discuss how to move from work attire to drinks with friends after work. No need to bring a change of clothes to the office we can transition with just a few simple techniques/ideas. Transition in Life - Whether you are entering the workforce after College/University, going back to work after maternity leave, switching jobs, or going through a seperation or divorce, these are areas in life where we are transitioning, and it is very important to set yourself apart from the crowd in a professional current way. We will discuss in detail how to reinvent yourself and make the tranisition easier.
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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-1071 - The production, processing and consumption of food are at the core of many local and global issues. World hunger, malnutrition, genetically modified seeds, access to markets for new farmers and human nutrition are just a few of the issues that are prevalent in today's society. Policies have a major impact on all of the dimentsions of these issues. Although policies have attempted to address various food issues, there is a broad concensus that food policy lacks effectiveness on several fronts. This course will introduce you t othe various elements, concepts and key issues in the field of Food Policy. It will help you understand the complexity of formulating and implementing policies as well as gain the practical skills to critically analyze food policies and programs. This will be accomplished by examining various Canadian and international food policies and programs.
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FDMG-1072 - This course will be an exploration of the plethora of local food businesses and infrastructure emerging across Canada. These businesses include innovative models such as co-operatives, eco-friendly distributors (ie. food-box, dropoffs by bicycle)non-profit partnerships, and Community Supported Agriculture.
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FDMG-1073 - Study the causes and consequences of urban and rural food insecurity across Canada. Struggle with the tensions between short-term stop gaps (foodbanks, meal programs, charitable services) and long-term food justice solutions (education, equitable incomes, affordability and accessibility of healthy food). Bring these realities to life by doing research or field work for a food security organization in your region.
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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-9159 - Love the flavor and spices in Thai food? Thisclass will not disappoint. Thai cuisine isconsidered among the world's most delicious, witha unique blend of particular tastes: hot(spicy), sour (piquant), sweet and alwayshighlighted with citrus. Join Chef Lau forauthentic Thai cuisine.register early as space islimited. Hands-on/demonstration course.
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FDMG-9207 - Say goodbye to fast food when you are too tiredto cook, and instead, come home to a savoury mealthat has been slowly simmering in a crock-pot allday. All you need to do is lift the lid and serveyour tender, magically spiced meals! Learn tomake a variety of recipes for the crock-potincluding main dishes and desserts.
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FILM-1004 - This course is designed to develop a critical approach to the medium of film and epic films, to examine individual creative expression in the films of important directors within the genre, to develop the ability to identify technical aspects of film, and to discern mediocre and excellent use of filmmaking technique. Students will be required to watch one weekly film outside of class hours. Evaluation will be based on in-class quizzes as well as two essays and a final test. Some of the films which we will study include Collateral, Gladiator, Dances with Wolves, and Marvel's The Avengers.
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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-1036 - The course introduces the fundamentals important to the discipline of financial planning. Students will acquire an understanding of the concepts and applications associated with financial calculations and the analysis of financial statements. The basic concepts of contracting and family law are covered followed by an analysis of government-sponsored benefit programs.
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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-1044 - The maximization of shareholders' wealth is the main objective of profit seeking organizations. Utilizing this concept, students will examine basic concepts of financial management and the analytical tools which aid in financial decision making. This course explores the finance function of an operating business and examines the valuation of bonds and shares as well as capital budgeting decisions and risk assessment. Students will use financial models in a variety of situations and make informed decisions.
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FINA-1050 - This course provides an overview of financial management and covers financial statement analysis, valuation of cash flows, risk and return as well as an introduction to capital budgeting. Finance directly affects every individual, organization (both public and private) and branch of governmnene. This course is designed to provide accounting students with the skills that will allow them to make better financial decisions. Business Finance 1 & 2 are logical termination courses because they draw on information learned in first and second year accounting as well as other related third year courses.
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FINA-1051 - This course is designed to provide a theoretical or conceptual framework that students can use to make decisions in the Canadian Business environment. Topics include: capital markets in Canada, investment underwriting, long term debt versus lease financing, common and preferred stock financing, divident policy and retained earnings, derivatives, convertibles, warrants, and external growth through mergers.
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FINA-1052 - This course introduces you to budget and financial management concepts and strategies as they relate to libraries. You will be exposed to types of budgets, financial statements, avenues for library funding and strategic planning. You will comprehend and use basic financial information to set goals and objectives for the library.
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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-3027 - This course will prepare you to pass the Canadian SecuritiesTM exam, a vocational accreditation course, which is one of the qualifications for anyone to be licensed by the Ontario Securities Commission. This course covers both Volume 1 and 2 to help prepare students to write both CSC exams 1 and 2. A securities license is required by anyone whose occupation involves agency sales or administration of publicly distributed securities including stocks, bonds, units, and mutual funds.
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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-9006 - Most investment advisors will tell you that timing the market is impossible to do. If this were actually true, why have some people consistently outperformed the markets, and accumulated inordinate amounts of money through their trading? This course examines six different methodologies used by some of history's most successful traders. Learn how they did it, and how to incorporate their methods into your own personal strategies so that the probabilities for investment success stay in your favour.
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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-9075 - This workshop will increase your knowledge of the stock market. Learn to understand the difference between blue-chip and penny stocks, make informed investment decisions, find sources of stock data and read financial pages with ease.
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FNDR-1005 - This course provides students with an overview of the principles, ethics, and practice of professional fundraising and a systemic examination of the thinking and preparation that is required before an organization can engage in successful fundraising. Students examine the evolution of fundraising in North America, the role the voluntary sector plays in today's society and the changing nature of the position of the fundraising professional. Students also analyze the needs of an organization and apply fundraising approaches that best suit the organizational needs.
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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 organization they represent. Students learn the importance and role of marketing, public relations, and financial management in the world of fundraising.
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FNDR-1007 - This course presents the issues and processes involved in planning and organizing special events. 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. Students examine corporate partnerships and grand seeking and entrepreneurial and third-party fundraising activities. Students develop fundraising plans according to the needs and capabilites of the organization they represent i.e. finances and human resources. The course also explores relationships with the corporate sector and the means to identify their interest in fundraising.
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FNDR-1008 - The fundraising relationship between the charitable sector, corporations and individual donors is integral to fundraising. Students learn the needs and motivations of donors (corporations or individuals) and what sustains long-term partnerships with the non-profit sector. Students learn to identify, analyze and rate potential prospects and prepare solicitation approach accordingly.
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FNDR-1010 - In this course, students apply the concepts learned in the Fundraising Management 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 a member of a Board of Directors, students provide ongoing feedback to colleagues and help to critique the final report.
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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-1003 - Intended for those with little or no previous knowledge of the language. The emphasis of the course is on phonetics, basic grammar and understanding the usage of the language. The course objective will be to develop listening comprehension and oral communication skills.
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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.
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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.
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FREN-5003 - In addition to a more rigorous approach to vocabulary and grammatical structures with every class the student will continue to develop everyday situations practiced at earlier levels. Grammatical sentence structures are more complex at this level with the expansion of the past, present, future and conditional verb tenses. Articles from French speaking Canada serve as language models and provide a cultural perspective on current issues. Towards the end of the course language skills include the ability to convey necessity, obligation, probability, and or expectation with regards to past experiences, work and education and the future.
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FREN-5004 - The objective of this course is to expand vocabulary skills through exposure of the diversity of the French language. This is done with the support of literary, political, social and cultural articles from the French speaking world. At this level grammatical and sentence structures are interesting and complex. At the end of this course the student will have discussed and researched current affairs of French speaking Canada, given an opinion, given advice, expressed regret to hypothetical actions inthe past, as well as applied verb tenses that establish sequential order to past actions.
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FREN-5005 - The aim of this course is to expose you to the most important written structures of the French Language. You will be able to apply proper grammar rules and to spell a wide range of vocabulary accurately and effectively.
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FREN-9005 - The emphasis of the course is on improving listening comprehension and oral communication skills through the study of grammar, language usage, dialogues and class activities.You must have some knowledge of the French language or have completed French: The Basics.
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FURN-9027 - If you love chalk paint, painting furniture, distressing furniture or want to learn how to chalk paint furniture, this class is for you. A lot of people are curious about chalk paint, and many wonder exactly how to use chalk paint. Chalk paint can literally be used on just about any surface without preparation such as sanding and stripping. You can paint wood, metal, plastic and a few other odd things - up style an old piece of furniture into a modern show piece!
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GEOL-1001 - Geology is the most exciting and hands-on of the sciences. It is the study of a dynamic Earth that is changing on a daily basis due to tectonic activity, volcanoes, earthquakes, landslides, meteorite strikes, tsunami and more. This course is an "Introduction to Geology" and it outlines the formation of the Universe and Solar System. It examines the history of the Earth and of the Moon and its formation. This is followed by an examination of the properties of the Earth, its dynamic activities, its rocks and minerals and fossils and the uses of rocks and minerals. The course closes with an examination of the careers that are associated with Geology.
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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, workplace safety, Insurance Act, accident prevention and procedures.
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HLTH-1048 - This hands on advanced workshop 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 - Introduces students to the proper techniques for the assembly, wrapping and/or packaging of surgical instruments, supplies and patient care equipment.
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HLTH-1110 - Introduces the key principles and factors affecting sterilization and monitoring sterilization cycles. common type of sterilization processes will be explored..
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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-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-1152 - Focuses on what it is actually like to work in a critical care setting and issues that are associated; such as patient flow, caring for your patient, universal precautions, infection control, agitated and mental health patients, privacy and confidentiality and how to effectively identify and deal with stress.
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HLTH-1154 - Successful completion of this course will enable you to demonstrate proper procedures for transporting patients, cytotoxic drugs, radiation, oxygen, patient specimens and blood products.
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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.
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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.
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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-1165 - This course has been designed for medical office professionals to assist in developing an understanding of common surgical procedures related to a wide variety of body systems. Knowledge in the area of surgical procedures will help the student to educate the patient prior to and after surgery, what to anticipate and expected results. This course is open to people currently employed in helath related areas or hope to do so in the future.
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HLTH-1166 - Learn theory and techniques for successful verbal and non-verbal communication and effective work skills, including communication systems, ethical behaviour, confidentiality, stress and time management, hospital organization, human relations.
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HLTH-1178 - This course examines the normal physiological, social and spiritual changes affecting adults using the Holistic approach to wellness. Normal physiological and anatomical changes, as well as the dysfunctional effects of common health problems will be examined. The process of normal psychological and social aging will be addressed as well as abnormal factors such as cognitive decline. Additional topics will include spirituality, changing requirements for physical activity, and health promotion measures. Students will learn common medical terminology and charting techniques related to aging clients
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HLTH-1179 - Designed for beginners in the animal health care field. Upon completion of this course, the student will have basic knowledge of anatomy, nutrition, and behaviour of the dog, cat, ferret and rabbit. They will develop a basic understanding of veterinary diseases, especially zoonotics, and students will learn the importance of a clean, well organized hospital.
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HLTH-1180 - This course will cover the basic medical and laboratory procedures involved in a veterinary medical practice. This will include laboratory and radiology safety and procedures, and will cover the most common veterinary and laboratory practices in a veterinary hospital. This coures will stress the importance of proper preparation of laboratory samples, safety procedures, and appropriate techniques.
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HLTH-1181 - This course has been designed for beginners in the animal healthcare field. Upon completion of the course the student will have basic knowledge of the anatomy, nutrition, and behaviour of the horse, pig, cow, sheep and goat. They will develop a basic understanding of veterinary diseases, especially zoonotics, and students will learn the importance of proper restraint and safety around large animals.
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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-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-1185 - This course is designed to enable students to develop the basic knowledge and skills required to understand psychological and social implications in oncology and palliative care patients and their families throughout the trajectory of the cancer experience. Topics to be explored include historical views on cancer, coping, factors affecting coping and helping relationship, sexuality and oncology, crisis management, psychosocial issues in Cancer/Palliative care and burnout and ethical issues.
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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-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-3021 - This consolidation practicum will enable the student to work on all shifts (day, evening and midnight) both independently and as part of the team while enhancing their problem-solving and critical thinking within a PSW's scope of practice. The student will be expected to demonstrate all acquired skills in a consistent and competent manner as well as maintaining confidentiality, safety, organization, communication, and documentation while caring for a variety of clients in a long-term care setting. 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-3026 - This online course provides an overview of how individuals can become addicted to others and relationships. It will examine the personalities of abusers and those who are abused. How individuals with complimentary personality disorders unite and form bonds will be examined. Object Relations Theory and how women and men are unconsciously drawn to abusive partners because of personality disorders caused by childhood abuse or neglect will be the focal point of this course. Students will learn how individuals with co-dependent personalities can become capable of breaking free from the cycle many get caught in.
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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-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-9271 - This workshop will review oxygen in the home, risks and brief complications. An oxygen concentration will be reviewed
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HLTH-9273 - Students will discuss fall prevention and what things in the home came increase falls and put themselves or their clients at risk.
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HLTH-9274 - This workshop will focus on mental health including bi-poplar and Schizophrenia. the student will be introduced to the signs and symptoms and behaviour management skills.
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HLTH-9276 - Students will be introduced to and become familiar with lifts and transfer from both bed and chair. Use of proper terminology and rule of good body mechanics will be addressed. Students will be able to demonstrate and practice the various lift mechanics.
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HLTH-9277 - Multiple Sclerosis will be discussed in regards to symptoms, complications, and how the caregiver can assist their clients in day to day living
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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-9295 - This workshop will assist health care professionals in how to care for and understand the everyday issues that clients with Cerebral Palsy face daily
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HLTH-9296 - This workshop will assist health care professionals on how to develop, maintain and terminate therapeutic relationships with clients/patients and residents.
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HORT-1041 - Students will learn botanical names of flowers, plants and foliage; plant identification, structure, function and classification; common insects and diseases; environmental factors affecting plant growth; how to process and merchandise flowers, foliage and plants available in the Canadian marketplace to maintain their health and beauty. Students will perform hands-on design work each week applying the elements and principles of design.
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HORT-3022 - Explore the culture and customs of various nationalities and religious affiliations to create awareness and develop sensitivity to different cultural behaviours, customs, rituals and protocols. Step-by-step construction of funeral baskets, casket and standing sprays, easel designs, vase arrangements, wreaths, hearts, crosses, including appropriate pricing and delivery.
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HORT-9088 - With friendly hands-on instruction we’ll show you how to make that special Christmas urn or swag arrangement your friends and neighbours will be envious of.
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HORT-9090 - Learn how to design that mixed Spring planter or urn that all your neighbours will be envious of. You supply the pot or urn and we'll provide the plants, soil, and expertise! Make great planters using tulips, pansies and daffodils. Wear "play clothes" and bring gloves if you wish.
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HOSP-1015 - This course will introduce students to the key components involved in the design and management of hospitality facilities. The student will acquire knowledge of the following: the nature of hospitality facilities, maintenance needs, the primary facility systems, lodging and food service design and renovation. Today's growing hospitality industry requires managers who understand the basic elements of facility design and renovation. This course provides students with the required knowledge to become successful managers in the field of hospitality.
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HUMA-1012 - Aspects of on-the-job training for people with disabilities are discussed. Most supported employment training is implemented in the workpalce and requires flexibility, strategies and specific training skills to be successful. working in the employer's environment and fading of supports are highlighted
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HUMA-1013 - Aspects of on-the-job training for people with disabilities are discussed. Most Supported employment training is implemented in the workpalce and requires flexibility, strategies and specific training skills to be successful. working in the employer's environment and fading of supports are highlighted
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HUMA-1016 - In this course, the participants are introduced to the role of the Settlement Worker and their scope of practice. Through class discussion, lectures, & case scenarios, the learner will explore confidentiality & privacy, Settlement philosophies of best practices, legalities and role boundaries, case management, conflict resolution, cultural competency, cultural sensitivity, relationship building and the expectations of the Settlement Worker.
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HUMA-1019 - In this course the learner will discuss case management in relation to a family centered approach for the Newcomer. Settlement counselling will be discussed, in relation to effective counselling skills, individual and family counselling and employment counselling.
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HUMA-1020 - This course focuses on some of the fundamental questions individuals ask themselves as they proceed through life. Why are we the way we are? Do we have free will or are we prisoners of our past experiences or of our biology? What motivates societies to change? Why do social changes often divide people into opposing camps? Why does work merely 'kill time' for so many people? What constitutes good government? How should injustice be fought? Can nations deal with global issues? Can scientists provide the solutions to the problems they create? Is objectivity about art (or anything) possible? These questions are organized into units that begin with issues concerning the nature of the individual and then extend outwards to various social, cultural, and physical contexts.
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INDS-1033 - This course will analyze the many ways video games are reshaping what passes for entertainment as well as our relationship with technology. Using examples from widely popular games, such as Doom, Halo, Final Fantasy, and Mortal Kombat among others, this course aims to discuss the relationship between video games and other media; the shift from third- to first-person games; gamers and the gaming community; and the important sociological, cultural, industrial, and economic issues that surround gaming.
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INDS-1034 - This course will examine in-depth great albums of the rock and soul. Albums by artists such as James Brown, Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd will be looked at with emphasis on their musical and historical importance. Students will write a research essay on a great album of rock and soul.
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INDS-1053 - From the black plague to the apocalyptic zombie invasion to the SARS and H1N1 epidemics, we have used disease to understand our relationships to society and to others. This course investigates the cultural paranoia of infection in visual and media culture. We study novels and films such as Blindness, Dawn of the Dead, and 28 Days Later, as well as recent media responses to the World Health Organization and the “borders of disease.” We confront questions such as: How do the ethics of quarantine translate into racial intolerance? Is the fear of contagion related to possession? Are we judged by the diseases we contract, or by how we handle ourselves in times of widespread infection and crisis?
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INDS-1059 - This course will examine a selection of myths and legends from Ancient Greece, Continental Europe, and Britain. We will look at how these stories have evolved over time from sacred tales to secular stories. The course will also explore the important role that folktales and fairy tales have played in shaping the culture of the people who told these stories. Our goals will be to discover connections among the stories, seek out similar themes and characters across cultures and time periods, and explain the enduring popularity of these stories to this day.
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INDS-1061 - Does technology make our lives easier? When we gain benefits from new innovations, is there always something lost? Should we draw a line on how far we want technology to go? This course will help answer these questions through an exploration of technological innovations that change the way we live both at home and at work. From the plow and the steam engine to the personal computer and the smartphone, technology always changes the people who use it in both expected and unexpected ways. In this course, we’ll look at the technological impact of early machine innovations, industrial inventions, broadcast technologies, and digital communications.
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INDS-1067 - From MuchMusic to Oprah, from Berlin to Toronto, the global appetite for Bollywood is insatiable. Characterized by its lavish song and dance sequences, melodrama, and fast-paced action spectacles, Indian cinema has gained immense popularity with international audiences. In this course, we will explore the international appeal of Indian cinema as a phenomenon of globalization. Throughout the term, we will watch some of the most iconic Bollywood and Hollywood films of the last 20 years in order to explore the cultural intersections that influence global film cultures today.
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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.
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INFO-1157 - An overview of the fundamental concepts and terminology and the role of GIS in business, government, surveying and natural resources. The course will cover the collection, management, analysis and presentation of spatial data. Additional topics will include concepts of database sytems, data modelling and digital mapping.
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INFO-1158 - At the end of this course, the student should be able to create data in ArcView, to query and manipulate data; geocode addresses, perform spatial analyses, produce map outputs and charts. Included with the book is a fully functioning 180 day trial version of ArcView 9.x software on DVD with a Cd of data for the book's exercises. Students will require Windows 2000 or Windows XP (Vista supported) to install the ArcView 9.x program.
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INFO-1159 - Examine relational databases and their role in library and information work. Learn to create a database, enter and edit records, search for information and create simple reports. MS Access 2007 rquired. Not open to students with MS Access User Level 1.
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INFO-1160 - Analyze the role of libraries in an information society, with emphasis on access to information, the organization and service of different types of libraries, and the roles and functions of participants in the information industry.
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INFO-1163 - This course covers the acquisition of monographs.You will develop skills in searching, ordering,receiving, accounting, collection development, thebook trade and automating acquisitions functions.
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INFO-1164 - Explore the technical service aspects of serialswith emphasis on ordering, tracking andcataloguing. Evaluate the impact of technology onserial collections.
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INFO-1165 - This course focuses on developing a workingunderstanding of archival theory and practice tomanage archival records effectively. Explore thenature of archival documents, the relationshipbetween archives and records management,acquisition and appraisal, arrangement anddescription, reference services, preventativeconservation and facility planning and security.
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INFO-1168 - COmpTIA Linuz+ is a vendor-neutral certification, generic across distributions that validates the knowledge of individuals with a minimum of six to 12 months of practical Linux experience. Professionals holding the current CompTIA Linux+ credential can explain fundamental management of linux systems from the command ine, demonstrate knowledge of user administration, understand file permissions, software configurarions, and management of Linux-based clients, server systems and security. Because of the growing popularity of enterprise-ready platforms such as Linux, both employers and professionals realize the importance of skill validation. The industry recognizeds that CompTIA Linux+ certification is a good indicator or foundational proficiency in everyday management of Linux-based clients and basic management of server systems. The CompTIA Linux+ certification is aimed at an IT administrator experienced in Windows or other operating systems, who also has at least 6-12 months as a Linux system administrator. The exam assumes experience with command line utilities, common administrative tasks, and troubleshooting.
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INFO-1169 - This course is designed to teach principles and applications of remote sensing at the introductory level. This science, which looks at the earth from above, has made strides into commonplace use in recent times and the applications are useful to many professions including planners, environmental scientists, real estate, agriculture and many others. At the end of the course, the student should understand the basic principles of remote sensing, know how to use software to manipulate image data and perform preliminary interpretation of this data.
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INFO-1170 - Various ways of acquiring, analyzing and converting data for your Internet Map Project will be studied along with Geographic Markup Language and Web Map Services. Open-source and commercial solutions to serving geographical data and common tasks, pitfalls and issues involved in creating maps will be examined. Main software used in this course is Mapserver and Google Maps.
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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-1172 - This course will start with an overview of GPS, history of GPS and GPS Applications. With an emphasis on the principles of GPS and how it works, you will learn about the GPS satellites and the information and signals they transmit, types of receivers and the fundamentals of how they work, and what GPS can be used for. Topics covered include accuracy and positioning, the types of errors associated with using GPS, absolute and differential techniques, different types of signals, considerations when collecting data using GPS, and how to undertake mission planning. An introduction to other global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) is provided. GPS modernization, augmented GPS, and future trends are also discussed. The use of a GPS receiver is NOT required for this course.
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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.
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INFO-3087 - This course focuses on advanced IP addressing techniques (Network Address Translation, Port Address Translation and DHCP), WAN technology and terminology such as PPP, ISDN, DDR, Frame Relay, Network Management and an introduction to optical networking. Network design and implementation will be discussed with an emphasis on network security and reliability. The theoretical concepts will be reinforced with extensive hand- on exercises.
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INFO-3088 - This course focuses on initial router configuration, IOS Software management, routing protocol configuration, TCP/IP, and access control lists (ACLs). Students will develop skills on how to configure a router, manage IOS software, configure routing protocols, and set access control lists to control data flow on a network.
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INFO-5078 - This course focuses on Advanced IP address techniques, Variable Length Subnet Masking (VSLM), intermediate routing protocols (RIPv2, single area OSPF, EIGRP), command line interface configuration of switches, Ethernet switching, Virtual Local Area Network (VLANs), Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), and VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP). students will learn how to design and configure networks using switches and VLANs. More advanced filtering skills will be taught to add to the student's ability to design secure networks using VLSM.
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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-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-9018 - Do you own a small business and want to get noticed on the web? Learn how to set up your Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube page and even why you'd want to do it in the first place. Learn the tips and tricks to turn your small business into a global one. Learn the common mistakes businesses make in using social networking.
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INFO-9020 - Just bought an iPad. Are you excited at all the fun you could have? This course teaches the basics: navigating the interface, Using the installed apps like Photos, Safari, and Mail, installing and removing apps from the app store, and discovering some tips and tricks.
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INFO-9021 - Are you a student needing do projects, a professional who needs to make letters and presentations? Or do you just want to do budgets and organize your life? Learn how to create documents on your iPad with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. Learn how to use iCloud’s Documents feature to store and transfer documents from your iPad to your computers
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INFO-9022 - Got a digital camera and iPad? Want to organize and edit your photos on just your iPad? In this course, we will look at using the Photos app, iCloud Photo Stream, great apps like iPhoto and Snapseed, and the Lighting-to-USB or Lightning-to-SD-card adapters to organize your photo collection. Students must bring their iPad, digital camera, and camera adapter.
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INFO-9026 - Looking to integrate the iPad into your business? This course teaches you the basics: navigating the interface; using installed apps like Mail, Contacts, and Calendar; discover the basics in apps like Microsoft Word; and discover the best and hardware to take your business into the future
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INFO-9028 - This beginner’s course eases you into using the iPad with examples and hands-on practice. Learn how to download apps from the App Store, surf the web, check your email, organize your contacts and calendars, watch media, take and organize great photos, and more!
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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-9032 - In this workshop you will learn all about the various money saving loyalty apps and programs such as Shoppers Optimum, PC Points, Sobeys, Checkout 51, Snap and more. We will look at what the best apps are for helping you save money and which apps and programs are easiest to use. If you like to save money and generate points or rewards, then this workshop is for you!
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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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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.
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LAWS-1014 - You will gain a general understanding at the law governing health care practitioners and institutions including the Canadian legal system and processes, medical negligence, and battery, consent to treatment, confidentiality, health records, employment and labour relations, hospital privileges, status and discipline, health care insurance, Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and current legal issues.
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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-1034 - This course introduces the student to the Import and Export Business, concentrating on the Customs Brokerage Industry in Canada. Also, the course looks at the movement of goods, geographical problems that may occur in transportation, and a look at general transportation systems. (Logistics)
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LAWS-1035 - An Introductory course in the application of legislation and regulations governing Canada Boarder Services Agency and the Import/Export community utilize in the Importation and Exportation of goods.
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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-1053 - The course will focus on Canadian Law; including rights and responsibilities of Canadian citizens, social and political participation and elections. Canadian culture will also be addressed and how a newcomer would integrate into the Canadian culture and still maintain some of their own cultural heritage. Religion will also be discussed in this course.
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LAWS-1056 - This course covers the various jurisdictions; how to locate the specific legislation; the interface between the statutes, regulations, codes and standards; the obligations of employers and of employees; the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and Regulations, filing claims, entitlement decision making, benefits, appeals, and re-employment.
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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-1058 - This course is designed to create a better understanding of the criminal justice system. Students will discuss the basic fundamentals of Criminal Law. It is intended as an introductory course on criminal law for those students with little or no background in the subject matter. The changing demands of modern society create the need to understand the criminal process from the commission of a crime to the time punishment is imposed.
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LAWS-1060 - This course is designed to introduce the participants to the fundamental concepts of Canada's legal system. The students will learn how laws are defined, created, implemented and interpreted to provide solutions to problems. Various Acts impacting emergency communciations will be examined and 'on the job' implications explored.
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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.
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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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LAWS-1066 - Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have developed a basic knowledge of family law practice and procedures as defined by the Rules of Civil Procedure for Ontario and the Family Law Act as required in the role of a Legal Assistant. This course will include knowledge of domestic contracts, divorce procedure, and family litigation.
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LAWS-1068 - You are introduced to the Canadian and Ontario Legal systems. You will study legal materials, legal research, and the basics of running a law library. You will use primary and secondary legal materials and learn how to find information on specific topics using both paper and electronic resources. Explore acquisitions, cataloguing and collection development in a law library setting. Access to a law library is required.
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LAWS-1069 - The law in Canada forms the legal basis for inspectors, investigators and compliance personnel to conduct their duties. Students will develop an understanding of the Canadian Court system and how it affects the work of law enforcement. Students will explore the key legislation in Canada, along with developing an understanding of how the law is formed and evolves over time.
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LAWS-1070 - 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-2001 - This course deals with the preparation of wills and the administration of estates. This includes the collection, realization and management of the assets of the deceased and after settlement of the debts of the estate, the payment of legacies and the distribution of the residue to the beneficiaries. Knowledge of the documents to be filed to obtain the required Court grant of letters testamentary, preparation of estate accounts, administration of ongoing trusts.
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LAWS-3039 - This course furthers the student?s knowledge in the Import and Export Business, concentrating on the Customs Brokerage and Transportation Industry in Canada. Also the course looks at the movement of goods, geographical problems that may occur in transportation and general transportation systems (Logistics).
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LAWS-3040 - A course that gives the student an in-depth look into the working and practice of Customs Administration. A working knowledge of Customs requirements in reference to Regulations and administration of the Importation and Exportation of goods is stressed.
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LAWS-3048 - The course focuses on the function and drafting of Wills and Powers of Attorney and the laws and procedures relating to the administration of estates in Ontario.
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LAWS-3049 - Corporate Law focuses on the preparation and filing of articles of incorporation, the organization of Ontario and Federal corporations, corporate changes, steps involved in annual filings and updates as well as registering other forms of business organization.
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LAWS-9033 - This course examines the various types of business ownerships, placing particular emphasis on: corporate/administrative procedures involved in preparing and filing articles of incorporation, organizing a corporation by way of a minute book: preparing/filing relevant incorporation related documetns relating to the composition of a corporation, financing issues and relevant searches; and share purchase agreements. Students should be familiar with the Act(s) governing the formation and operation of a corporation. Students must register through ILCO to write the final exam.
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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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LIBS-1009 - In this course, students will answer the question "Why?" by using cultural analysis to connect what's "popular" to what's going on in our society. By taking a closer look at the movies and television shows they watch, the clothes they wear, and the music they listen to, student will endeavour to understand the role of popular culture in maintaining and reproducing the kind of society we live in. What messages are intended by the producers of the mass media and what messages are received by their customers. Popular culture will be investigaged from a sociological perspective with an emphasis on North America and Canadian content as available.
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LIBS-1010 - The term "terrorism" has become a central part of everyday life. We hear about it on TV, we read about it on the internet and we think about it, like it or not, every time we board a plane. But what is "terrorism" exactly, who decides and why does it matter? These challenging questions form the foundation for this introductory course to "terrorism." Building from an exploration of the relationship between power and language, students will examine the historical evolution of contemporary "terrorism," paying particular attention to the root causes, enabling frameworks, aims, methods and consequences of "terrorist" activity. The course will conclude by reflecting on the apparent tension between fighting "the war on terror" and preserving civil rights.
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MACH-1015 - A Level I course for the Precision Machining program. This is a hands-on course with project work involving the basic use of hand tools cut-off saws, pedestal grinder, lathe, and milling machines.
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MACH-1138 - MODULE 10 (Advanced Piping and Tubing Systems) : This course section examines gas code requirements for industrial and commercial propane and natural gas piping systems intended for gas pressure systems exceeding 2 psi.. Piping layout, drawings, symbols, joining methods, identification of underground piping and pressure testing are studied. Welding safety, certification and procedures are also included.MODULE 11 (Basic Electricity) : HRAC technicians must understand how electrical power is supplied and accessed, as well as the various methods and devices used to ensure that the electricity is distributed safely. This course section examines amperage service, ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI), electrical bonding to gas piping, single-phase and three-phase power supply, electrical hardware, types and ratings of fuses and breakers as well as types and gauges of wire. It also introduces students to thermocouple and power pile DC millivolt systems. In addition, it focuses on appliance wiring, schematic diagram design and interpretation. Using furnace simulation boards and gas-fired furnaces, students will design and draw schematic and wiring diagrams for natural draft, fan assisted and high efficiency furnaces. Students will then learn to wire and troubleshoot operational faults.MODULE 13 (The Building as a System) : This course section examines prevailing construction methods and technologies that support the concept of a building as a series of interdependent parts. Students will learn about air distribution systems, balancing and code requirements. Key components of the building as a system are taught including the relationship between heat, moisture and air flow and how to minimize negative impacts on the building. Principles of heat loss and gain are also studied.MODULE 15 (Gas Meters, Pressure Regulators and Relieft Valves) : A thorough understanding of the principle elements of gas pressure regulators and their operation is necessary in order to properly install and service gas equipment. This course section explores the need for pressure regulators, examines the cod
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MACH-1139 - MODULE 12 (Controls) : This course section covers control concepts and components associated with gas fired appliances including: the basic control system, operating controllers, limit and safety controllers, combustion and safety controls, ignition control modules, valves, regulators and motors. Numerous practical shop projects reinforce the acquisition of theoretical concepts.MODULE 14 (Domestic and Non-Vented Appliances) MODULE 21 (Space Heating) : This course section examines the general requirements of space heaters including: room heaters, wall furnaces, baseboard heaters, infrared heaters, and construction heaters. This course covers the different types of gas ranges, servicing of gas ranges, oven controls and their calibration, testing burners and ignition systems. The installation and service requirements for clothes dryers, moisture exhaust venting, and dryer burner ignition systems are also studied.MODULE 18 (Water Heaters, Combo Systems, Potable Water Heating Systems) MODULE 20 (Hydronic Heating Systems) : The Installation, servicing and sizing of gas fired water heaters, combination systems and boilers are studied in this course. This course section explores the various types of water heaters and boilers and their associated controls, accessories, piping layout, removal and installation procedures.
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MACH-1140 - MODULE 19 (Forced Warm Air Heating Systems)MODULE 23 (Forced Air Add-On Devices)MODULE 17 (Conversion Burners) :This section of the course looks at typical furnace installations, factors that must be considered when sizing a furnace, as well as cleaning, adjustment procedures, efficiencies, venting, and the operation of diagnostic equipment used in troubleshooting forced-air furnace. Students also examine guidelines for converting appliances, media filters, electrostatic filters and electronic air cleaners that can be used with forced-air furnaces. In addition, students study the operation requirements and service procedures for various types of humidifiers.MODULE 16 (Domestic Gas Fired Refrigerators) : This section of the course looks at the operation of domestic gas-fired refrigerators. The fundamentals of operation of propane/natural gas refrigerators are covered. In addition, students will learn to work safely in accordance with all applicable acts and regulations.MODULE 24 (Air Handling Systems) : This section of the course looks at the properties and characteristics of air, the operation of the return and supply air duct system, air flow in the duct system, service and adjustment procedures for air handling devices, blower speed, cfm, horsepower and static pressure. Codes and industry standards that apply to air flow are examined.
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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-1164 - This course will provide a general understanding of how to define, identify and apply Product and Process Control Methods. This course will also include the identification of critical control points, validation, sampling and corrective action. Current terminology and QA philosophies will be examined.
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MACH-1165 - This course will introduce students to the precision measuring techniques and instruments/equipment found in a Quality Assurance lab. The content will range from simple usage of a micrometer to the applications of an industrial vision system.
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MACH-3001 - A Level II course for the General Machinist program. The course teaches the theory of machine tool set-up and operation with specific procedures used in a general machining environment.
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MACH-3002 - A Level II course for the Tool & Die Maker program. The course teaches the theory of machine tool set-up and operation with an introduction to jig and fixture design and specialized procedures tool and die makers.
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MACH-3006 - A level II course for the Precision Machining program. Topics include measuring techiniques using direct and indirect linear and angular measuring equipment as well as surface roughness measurement and the interpretation of GDT on mechanical drawings.
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MACH-3007 - A Level II course for the General Machinist program. This is a hands-on course where students complete projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures.
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MACH-3008 - A Level II course for the Tool & Die Maker Program. This is a hands-on course where students complete Tool & Die projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures.
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MACH-3009 - A Level II course for the Mould Maker program. This is a hands-on course where students complete projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures.
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MACH-5002 - A Level III theory course for the precision machining program. The course covers programming, set-up and operation of CNC machines and wire and plunge EDM machines. Some demonstration and hands-on project work is done.
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MACH-5011 - Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to list various types, styles and features of coordinate measuring machines plus experience hands on demonstrations and visits to manufacturing plants.
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MACH-5013 - This course should be taken last in the program. It will cover the functions and responsibilities of a modern quality assurance department. It will deal with key aspects of planning, development and maintenance of a Quality System in a manufacturing environment.
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MATH-0014 - Math 0014 covers problems involving derivatives and vectors. This course will apply the students’ knowledge of derivatives and curve sketching towards problems of optimization. In addition, this course will cover problems involving the geometry and algebra of vectors, and the representation of lines and planes in three-dimensional space. This course, along with MATH-0013, is intended for students who wish to further their education at the university level, where a grade 12 Calculus and Vectors course is a prerequisite.
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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-1087 - This course introduces the student to the concepts and procedures of the time value of money calculations used in Mathematics of Finance. It covers topics in simple interest, compound interest, simple and general annuities, bonds and cost-benefit analysis.
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MATH-1130 - The course deals with applied mathematics and introduces the various measurement methods and devices used in the millwright trade. Topics include metric & imperial measurement, direct and indirect measurement, standard measuring instruments found in an industrial environment.
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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-1148 - Provides the preparatory mathematics skills necessary for entrance level mathematics courses in college business and nursing programs. This course provides students with the basic arithmetic and algebraic skills necessary for everyday life. It also provides the mathematical preparation necessary for successful achievement in further courses in business mathematics and in those business program courses where mathematics is applied.
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MATH-1165 - This course enables students to broaden their understanding of real-world applications of mathematics. Students will analyse data using statistical methods; solve problems involving applications of geometry and trigonometry; solve financial problems; simplify expressions; and solve equations. Students will reason mathematically and communicate their thinking as they solve multi-step problems. This course prepares students for college programs in areas such as business, health sciences, and human services, and for certain skilled trades.
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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.
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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-3065 - This course will focus on statistical inference involving two or more populations, simple and multiple regression, and correlation and linear programming. The student will also perform data analysis using computer outputs.
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MATH-3072 - Topics 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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MATH-3078 - Topics of study include a more detailed view of exponents and radicals, plane analytic geometry, geometry, complex numbers, and functions including trigomometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. This course also includes an introduction to statistics. The goals of this course are, first to show that mathematics does play a most important role in the development and understanding of the various fields of technology and, secondly to ensure that students acquire the mathematical and critical thinking skills necessary to analyze and solve engineering technology problems.
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MATH-5009 - A Level III course for the precision machining program. Topics include solving trade related problems involving oblique triangles, law of sines, cosines and cotangents.
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MECH-1032 - Introductory maintenance welding course dealing with oxy-acetylene and arc welding processes. Safety and PPE will be covered.Selection of correct gases, various arc welding applications will be demonstrated.
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MECH-1050 - The student will gain basic knowledge of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, basic heat treatment procedures, and knowledge of the applications of fasteners.
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MECH-1054 - The student will gain knowledge of the function, component parts, holding devices, accessories, cutting tools, and machining operations on the milling machine.
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MECH-1055 - This course teaches inspection, testing and general maintenence methods for piping systems, pumps and compressors. It also deals with the selection and installation of piping systems and components.
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MECH-1058 - The student will learn how to select, install and maintain friction and rolling element bearings, and static and dynamic seals. ISO charts and bearing catalogues interpretation will also be discussed.
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MECH-1059 - Final welding course:The students will safely operate all forms of welding equipment to tack, cut, weld, layout & assemble component.
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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 you will receive the 'Z' endorsement from the Ministry of Transportation. Students must bring proof of (at least) a full 'G' license.
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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-9011 - Understanding your car and what makes it run. Classroom and practical sessions in the automotive shop. Topics: the engine, chassis and drive train,lubrication, electrical system, tires and wheels, fuel and cooling care of the finish, preventative maintainence. Student responsible for own consumables.
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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-1184 - This problem solving course provides a general understanding of a systematic and structured approach to problem solving. Emphasis is placed on using a systemic problem solving process for root cause analysis versus ' fire-fighting' the symptoms.The structured problem solving approach is a detailed procedure set out as a series of steps that is to be followed as an individual or team progress through the root cause analysis to solution implementation.Practical tools and techniques used in gathering, graphing, and interpreting data needed to identify and resolve problems will be covered. Working with and understanding the use of these tools will form the main part of the course. Class exercises will examine how to apply the problem-solving process, when to apply it, which quality tools to use within it, and how those tools work. During each class time will be spent understanding and practicing some common quality tools and techniques such as, process flow charts and cause and effect diagrams, pareto chart, Is-Is-not analysis, five-why technique and brainstorming. Using lecture notes, class activities and typical problem case studies students will learn a start to finish problem solving methodology.
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MGMT-1185 - The students will learn about the history of the development of Quality Costs, goals of a quality cost system, Cost of Quality definitions and categories, Cost of Quality program implementation, the quality/accounting interface, the management of quality costs, finding the cost problem areas, and the pitfalls of a Cost of Quality program. In addition, the students will learn the basic financial concepts and how Quality Costs are linked to the profit center and customer satisfaction.
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MGMT-1194 - This course is intended to develop your 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. It will be of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or external, on a daily basis.
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MGMT-1199 - This course provides the student with an overview of the field of Project Management. The basic principles of general project management that are covered include: creation of work breakdown structures, using network diagrams and Gantt charts, preparing budgets, controlling resources and project termination. The techniques are based on a study of the typical project lifecycle.
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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 - In this course, students will examine the Canadianretail industry and investigate what is needed tohave their products reach consumers. Students willexamine the forces that drive the retail market,and more importantly, what it takes to besuccessful.
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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.
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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.
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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-1233 - This course provides an in-depth look at the role and responsibilities of a meeting planner as related to their involvement in trade show management. In addition, this course acquaints stduents with the management principles and practices involved in organizing, promoting, and selling a trade show.
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MGMT-1234 - In this course, students will explore the importance of building a quality service delivery team that will ensure that service is provided in a stellar fashion and that helps employees to buy into both corporate culture and strategies and that deliver the bottom line that stakeholders are hoping to achieve.
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MGMT-1235 - Goods and services are no longer adequate bases for establishing relationships with clients because clients attach an emotional connection to the products they use and to the businesses with which they interact. This course offers insights and ideas in order to create lasting and genuine customer relationships that will withstand the competitive overtures of other companies. Students explore the process of developing and sustaining client relationships that establish an emotional connection, manage difficult relationships (such as those that take place via technology or at a great distance) and help to determine the pulse of client relationships.
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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.
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MGMT-1241 - This course introduces the student to best practices associated with managing the small firm. Students are exposed to universal and timeless theories/methods that cut across all major aspects of dealing with people, data and systems. Content and process skills will be conveyed including: decision-making, presenting arguments, building teams, introducing change and providing leadership.
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MGMT-1245 - It is highly probable that every business person will, at some time in his or her career, be a supervisor of other employees in an organization. It is essential to begin to develop effective supervisory strategies and an awareness of labour relations issues which are common in today's workplaces. This course will focus on two important topics: strategies for effective supervision and supervising in a unionized environment. Employment standards, health and safety and human rights legislation will be covered as well as the Labour Relations Act, an overview of union organizing, components of a typical collective agreement and the grievance process.
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MGMT-1246 - This course examines the elements of a successful fundraising campaign. Students learn how to develop a compelling case for support, attract the best leadership potential, develop donor prospects, and prepare a plan of action. The course provides students with management and financial strategies to effectively control the fundraising process of campaigns. Students address the practical implementation of fundraising strategies required to manage information generated during a campaign such as processing gifts and dealing with information flow and technology.
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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-3049 - This is a skill-oriented course designed to assist managers in the application of current human relations' concepts and principles. Topics covered include: conducting performance appraisals and disciplinary interviews, managing conflict, negotiating, management behaviour styles and on-the-job coaching and development.
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MGMT-3062 - This course enables students to gain understanding and skill in the processes involved in overall management of events. Critical path, goal development and program administration are explored. In addition, emphasis is placed on task diagnosis, time frames, analysis of work problems and alternative work designs for improving the organizations performance and effectiveness of events.
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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.
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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. Recommend MGMT-1006 as an introductory course.
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MGMT-5026 - Module 7 is a study of the features, benefits and the effective use of a CMMS or EAM computerized maintenance work management process. Topics include: selection, implementation and optimization of a suitable computerized maintenance management system.
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MGMT-5079 - 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-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-9094 - Take your leadership to the next level. Learn valuable wisdom and new information about the leader in YOU. Identify and claim your strongest leadership qualities while identifying ineffective language and perspectives. Take away powerful structures and tools you can use in the workplace and at home. Come and find your leadership edge!
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MGMT-9100 - Learn how to hone and improve your personal and professional time management skills
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MKTG-1001 - This course enables the student to gain an underlying knowledge of the principles and frameworks, as well as assisting in developing the practical skills required to make advertising decisions within the unique Canadian market environment. Since the advertising function in a firm requires many different kinds of decision making, methods relevant to each kind are described, discussed and assessed.
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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-1017 - Designed to enable you to acquire and upgrade your knowledge of important marketing concepts with an emphasis on change and innovation. Through an integrated approach; both leading edge and basic concepts are explored to allow you to understand how to gain competitive advantages in the marketplace.
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MKTG-1040 - Buckle Up! Arrive Alive! Butt out! Recycle! Learn to apply classic marketing ideas to social issues to achieve behaviour change and social good. Introduces marketing concepts like the four Ps (Product, Price, Place, Promotion). Also explores ways to engage a community to make choices and make change. Upstream / downstream change, social advertising, the 8Ps of Social Marketing, and practical steps to planning. Note: This is not about 'social media' such as Facebook and Twitter.
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MKTG-1050 - This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the sport marketing environment by examining the marketing of sports and the marketing through sports. Marketing through sports will focus on how strategic marketers use sports as a platform to execute their strategies and tactics for non-sports products. The marketing of sports will examine the more traditional team sports and sport related products. Finally, the course will explore the emerging issues surrounding technology, relationship marketing and ethics in the sport marketing arena.
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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-1068 - Come get a fundamental yet advanced introduction to eMarketing, including improving email promotions, analyzing your web site traffic, doing search engine optimization, and how to successfully employ online advertising. Relevant for any type of organization, including businesses, companies, non-profits, and government agencies. No eMarketing experience or expertise is necessary. If you are already at an advanced level, your instructors are experts and can provide the latest most advanced information and answer your toughest questions.
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MKTG-1069 - Discover new ways to improve your email promotions, including when to email, what to email, and testing email copy. Then find out how to analyze your email response rates, including getting the bench marks for open rates and click through rates. Learn how to improve your email promotion and responses with tracking and testing. Get a basic introduction to email promotions. If you are advanced, your instructor is an email expert and can answer your toughest questions as well.
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MKTG-1070 - Acquire the basic skills to boost your web site traffic, including how to analyze your visitor traffic, how to use search engine optimization to get greater visibility and exposure in Google searches, and how to redesign your web site copy to increase your visitors and results. No experience necessary, but if you are at an advanced level, your instructor is an SEO expert and can answer your toughest questions as well.
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MKTG-1071 - Get the keys to making online advertising work for you and your organization. See how pay-per-click advertising with Google AdWords works. Find out how to test low budget Adword campaigns. Learn how you can target local audiences. Then discover Facebook advertising and how you can determine the demographics and even numbers of people you want to reach. No experience necessary, but if you are at an advanced level, your instructor is an online ad expert and can answer your toughest questions as well.
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MKTG-1072 - In this course you will learn how to create a cell phone app for your business; location based marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, mobile coupons, and developing a mobile marketing campaign.
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MKTG-1073 - More than half of U.S. consumers who've made purchases on their smartphone have done so in response to a mobile marketing message. Smartphones' sales will exceed 420 million in 2011. Analysts forecast these sales will surpass 1 billion by the end of 2016. The way consumers are interacting with brands and connecting to the world is changing because of mobiles. Find out about location-based marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, applications, and mobile coupons. You will learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones.
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MKTG-1074 - Cell phone apps are the latest way smart businesses are reaching their customers. It seems that nearly everyone is carrying and using a smartphone these days. Smart organizations across the globe are investing in building cell phone apps for their businesses. In this four-week course, we will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how non-technical users can build, deploy and market smartphone applications across Android, iPhone and Blackberry platforms. The course is ideal for business owners and executives who want to understand how smartphone applications can be inexpensively built, and also for technical users who want to understand to how quickly deploy smartphone applications.
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MKTG-1075 - Develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization using social networks. Let your instructor guide you in exploring major social networks, including Twitter, LinkedIn, and blogging. Learn quick, easy ways to use Twitter, blogs and LinkedIn to engage your customers or clients and keep them interested in your organization or business. You'll find out the advantages and disadvantages of each, and learn what's right for your work and kind of organization. Your instructor is a director of marketing for a national association, and writes and speaks on the topic.
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MKTG-1076 - Discover the secrets to creating content that commands attention. Learn how to increase your business with YouTube.
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MKTG-1077 - Sight, sound and motion are much more compelling than static words on a page. Video is very hypnotic and it quickly speeds up the 'know, like and trust' factor with your audience. In this course you will discover how to use simple online video to quickly bond with your viewer, drive traffic to your website, boost business and build brand awareness. Find out how to shoot simple, effective videos without costly fancy equipment or savvy technical skills. Discover the secrets to creating content that commands attention. Learn how to dominate Google and YouTube with your video and to strategically use YouTube to market your business 24/7 -- even while you sleep.
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MKTG-1078 - Increase your business with YouTube, the online video site and now the second largest search engine. Discover the power of video for your organization, and how to use video as a marketing tool to reach and serve more people. Find out what types of video work best on YouTube, how other business organizations are using YouTube, how to create your own YouTube channel, and the techniques of adding captions, annotations and other extra features. YouTube can enhance your current marketing and communication strategy. After attending this course you will take back proven strategies and techniques for making YouTube work successfully for your organization.
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MKTG-1081 - Marketing 1 is the first 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: marketing process and marketing environments, marketing planning and information collection processes, buyer behaviour and targeting strategies, and marketing mix (two components of the mix are discussed: product and price).
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MKTG-1082 - This course introduces a variety of web-based anddigital marketing approaches. Students willexammine the new and fast-changing opportunitiesfor marketers resulting from the changing use ofdigital media, including search enginestrategies, websites, social media, and mobilecommunication. The course provides students withthe opportunity to observe, evaluate andrecommend online marketing strategies with anempahsis on measurement of online marketingactivity.
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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-3034 - The importance of contemporary marketing skills in today's increasingly competitive and complex marketplace is underlined in this course. Students learn to translate ever-changing guest needs into market opportunities by planning, analyzing, researching, setting objectives and using a variety of interrelated marketing strategies.
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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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MKTG-5007 - Come get the knowledge needed to implement a mobile marketing plan for your organization. Find out about proximity marketing, mobile market¬ing metrics, and developing a mobile marketing campaign. Learn how to promote your app on the web, build a landing page for your app, and advanced tracking of your application usage. Then take home a blueprint for creating guidelines and standards for your mobile marketing effort, and how to measure its success. You will leave this course with the knowledge to implement a mobile marketing plan for your organization.
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MKTG-9026 - In this workshop, you will learn how to sharpen an email strategy that will improve deliverability by ensuring your emails actually reach your target audience. You'll learn how to continually improve your campaigns, boosting results and profitability, harvest appropriate contacts, plan your communications and set realistic objectives and strategies.
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MKTG-9028 - Develop a two-way communication and marketing strategy for your organization using social networks. Lean quick and easy ways to engage your customers and keep them interested in your business.
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MMED-1021 - Focus on materials in formats such as video, DVD, films, CD-ROMs, compact discs, records, cassettes, software, talking books, pictures and maps. Explore the acquisition, processing, cataloguing, storage and circulation of these materials. Discuss issues such as copyright and public performance, equipment needs and maintenance, as well as other trends.
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MOTP-9002 - A regulation has been passed under the Trade Qualification and Apprentice Act permitting drivers who successfully complete a course of study and obtain a certificate, to adjust the brakes on their vehicles.
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MRCH-1015 - You will improve your ability to look at merchandising through the eyes of your customer and produce effective and inspired in store and window displays. Use these skills and apply it to other areas such as home decor placement and retail. This course will be a definite asset when developing your own portfolio of design work.
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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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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-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-1047 - This course focuses on experiences with health and healing during episodic health challenges with individuals and families. Learners will discuss basic concepts of healing and illness and the impact of medical and surgical interventions. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, health teaching and health promotion will be emphasized as students learn about caring modalities.
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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. Meanings of health, family and community will be examined. The healthy childbearing family is examined. The experience of the individual with mental health challenges and illness will be addressed.
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NRSG-1049 - This lab course provides the opportunity to learn assessment techniques and clinical skills in a simulated setting in preparation for clinical practice. Skills taught are correlated to nursing theory. Students will learn the principles and knowledge underlying nursing techniques in order to develop safe and effective practice styles when planning and carrying out care. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and relevant health teaching ill be emphasized.
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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-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.
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NRSG-1057 - Clinical aspects of cancer and cancer caresupportive therapies include pathophysiology,genetics, epidemiology, prevention, screening anddetection, diagnosis and staging, fatique,resources, nutrition, pain, psychosocial, sexualand quality-of-life issues.
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NRSG-1059 - This course is designed to help internationallyeducated nurses assess their nursing knowledgeand will facilitate learning of healthcarepractices in Canada. This course will provide youwith a foundation of knowledge and support you innursing theory courses, clinical placement andthe licensing exam. Successful completion of thiscourse will allow you to move onto NursingPre-Readiness Assessment 2.
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NRSG-1060 - Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment 2 will build andexpand on the knowledge gained from NursingPre-Readiness Assessment 1. This course willfacilitate learning of healthcare practices inCanada and provide you with a foundation ofknowledge and support you in nursing theorycourses, clinical placement and the licensingexam.
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NRSG-1062 - This course will assess the clinical skills of internationally educated nurses associated with entry to practice in Ontario using a combination of clinical judgment scenarios, self-assessment, and written diagnostic evaluation.
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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-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-1070 - 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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NRSG-3017 - Topics include nursing management of cancer of the brain and CNS, breast, colon, rectum, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, gynaecologic, head & neck, lung, lymphoma, metastic multiple myelma, skin cancer, and paediatric cancers.
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NRSG-5010 - This course includes oncologic complications, cancer treatment modalities of surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, biotherapy, bone marrow transplant, and cancer clinical trials.
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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-6011 - This course utilizes a systems approach to review health problems common in today's workplaces. Through a review of pathophysiology, signs and symptoms, and etiology of specific employee health problems, nursing interventions or actions applicable to occupational health are designed.
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NRSG-6027 - Using current evidence based practice and trends in Ontario Obstetrical Care, this course will cover: aspects of pregnancy, fetal development, high risk antenatal, labour and birth, comfort measures, pharmacology, high risk labour, fetal health surveillance, violence in childbearing women, postpartum issues, breastfeeding, well baby care as well as some common complications for new infants. This is a comprehensive course for new grads wanting extra training in Obstetrics or a great review for those new nurses already practicing.
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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-6042 - Addresses those aspects of Emergency nursing which contribute to its specialty status: triage, vascular access and fluid replacement, interfacility transfer and transport, abuse, neglect, assault, violence including violence in the Emergency Department, collection and preservation of evidence, pain and wound management.
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NRSG-6043 - Begins with life-threatening airway, breathing, circulatory and neurological emergencies. The various types of shock will be addressed in depth. Each system will be discussed as well as psychiatric and obstetrical emergencies. Interpretation of laboratory reports will accompany the systems approach. Special attention will be given to the geriatric population.
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NRSG-6047 - Provides an opportunity to integrate theoretical knowledge with practical experience in an emergency setting, Personal learning objectives will be developed in collaboration with preceptors.
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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-1009 - This course introduces students to the basic principles of nutrition and the role of nutrition in the food the health care industry. This is an OntarioLearn course offered by Loyalist College: LO-HLTH8119. Please see source CIS for more details.
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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-9011 - This workshop will assist Personal Support Workers who work in client's home preparing meals for a cultural diverse clientele
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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-1011 - Medical office procedures will cover administrative and clerical functions including patient reception, scheduling appointments appropriate to patient needs, telephone procedures, medical records management and charting of progress notes, verbal and non-verbal communication with patients, computerization and the medical office, financial records, personal conduct, medical ethics and law. The Canada Health Act will be introduced as well as OHIP and the principles of OHIP medical billing.
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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-1015 - Learn concepts and standards of style and format of medical reports and basic grammar rules in medical documentation. Prepare for medical transcription by applying industry standards, as set by the American Association for Medical Transcription and presented in the AAMT Book of Style. The course introduces information not encountered outside of healthcare documentation. The CD ROM that accompanies the workbook includes 'clips' of dictation that briefly introduce the student to dictation, and allow for practice in applying the standards.
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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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OFAD-3001 - This course is designed for the transcriptionist wishing to perfect their skills in medical transcription and terminology. The main purpose of this course is to develop and refine skills to a competitive level by using the learning activities included in the textbook.
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OFAD-3002 - This course will enhance the learning achieved in previous and prerequisite courses for medical transcription that students need to enter the field with confidence. Students will experience a practical and effective approach, with follow-up questions in each chapter to promote class discussion and exercises designed to reinforce concepts and procedures. Students will have a conceptual and practical understanding of general medical terms and various medical specialties in a way that is easy to remember. Detailed transcription tips throughout the course will offer useful information and hints, and there is a CD-ROM that includes 10 hours of actual dictation, sample reports, and other data needed to prepare the documents discussed in the text.
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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.
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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.
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PFLP-5001 - In this course students will confirm past instruction and will be provided new, more in depth, instruction in the area of fraud and fraud related offences. Students will also be provided instruction on the related offences of regulatory agencies created by Provincial & Federal legislation and about self regulating organizations. Students will learn how to recognize fraud and how to investigate and prepare a fraud case for court purposes. At the end of the course each student will be able to describe and understand how to investigate fraud related offences including the offence of Fraud, False Pretences, Personation, Theft, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Credit Card fraud, Forgery and Uttering a False Document.
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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-3025 - Having completed PHOT-1057, learning how to use a 35mm digital SLR camera, this course is the next stage to enhancing your images. Students will be introduced to photo editing software from programs such as Adobe Suite to create a workflow for the photos they have captured. Topics include: how to import, sort, organize and archive your photo library. Also covered are the basic fundamentals of editing software such as Adobe Photoshop; learning how to be creative with basic adjustments and editing techniques geared to the beginner photographer.
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PHOT-9007 - Discover the fundamentals of your digital or 35mm single lens reflex camera (not for fully automatic cameras). You will learn about composition, exposure and digital basics to expand your skills in photographing still life and people. Bring a 35mm SLR camera or digital SLR with memory cards (and camera manual if you have it) to first class at the College.
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PHOT-9016 - Basic digital camera. For beginners. Learn what all the buttons mean and what they are used for on your camera. Learn camera care and maintenance. Basic picture taking, lighting and posing subjects. Indoor and outdoor photography, what adjustments need to be made for lighting and settings on your camera. Will be taking lots of practice shots, to better understand what your camera is capable of - and help you get the pictures you want to capture.
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PHOT-9068 - This course is designed to teach individuals how to take artistic pictures with their everyday digital camera. Theory lessons will be taught with a focus on the elements and principles of design. All students must provide their own digital camera, camera downloading cables and USB drive. Students will be required to develop (or print) final photos at their own cost.
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PHOT-9072 - Food photography has become incredibly popular over the last few years thanks to an influx of "foodies" in communities around the world. Social media platforms such as Instagram and Pinterest have made virtual sharing easy from styling food and learning how to set up a shoot, to angles and lighting and figuring out what to do with your work, this is the class for you!
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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-1040 - This course will focus on the study of drugs and their action in the human body and related nursing practice is emphasized. Key drugs or prototypes within each drug classification are identified and studied. As well, the course will focus on essential assessment, nursing interventions, specific age-related considerations and patient education for each of these drug classifications. Exercises in critical thinking in relation to use in specific health conditions will be emphasized.
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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-1059 - The focus of this course is on veterinary pharmacology, the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of veterinary drugs, as well as drugs most commonly used in veterinary medicine, so that the student can develop the necessary vocabulary and understanding of pharmacology to work effectively within a veterinary hospital. The regulations which govern veterinary drugs as well as basic pharmacy skills will be covered.
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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-0008 - This course develops students’ understanding of the basic concepts of physics. Students will explore these concepts with respect to motion; mechanical, electrical, electromagnetic, energy transformation, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems; and the operation of commonly used tools and machines. They will develop their scientific investigation skills as they test laws of physics and solve both assigned problems and those emerging from their investigations. Students will also consider the impact of technological applications of physics on society and the environment.
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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-1022 - This course contains two distinct but related sections. The first section will provide the students with a practical foundation in planning an event. Critical aspects of event planning will be discussed including themes, food and beverage planning, cost control, menus, quantity needs, service options, and room setup. In the second section, we will address key issues involved in protocol when planning hospitality events, including the proper use of titles, seating, levels of service and security. The purpose and role of media in organizing an event will also be discussed.
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PLAN-1023 - This course is designed to acquaint students with the fundamental theory, principles and practices involved in meeting planning. It provides an overview of the key functional responsibilities, as well as some of the highlights and pitfalls. Major topics include: site selection, budget principles, program planning and design, even logistics, planning tools and food and beverage arrangements. This is an introductory course designed to provide students with the concepts that will be put into practice in future courses within the program.
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PLAN-1024 - Students will participate in sport and officating clinics and will obtain practical experiences organizing and supervising various sports and special events. The course will also focus on scheduling techniques, formal meeting procedures, and special event planning.
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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.
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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
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PLAN-9003 - Participants focus on the areas of prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans and implementing controls, reporting activity results, and providing feedback on performance. The course explains techniques for scheduling and controlling production processes, the execution of quality initiatives' and continuous improvement plans, the control and handling of inventories.
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PLAN-9008 - Explore the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chain-related functions. The course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operating processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change. This course is designed for those working toward the Certified in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) designation.
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PLUM-1024 - To be supplied
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PNEU-1004 - This is an introductory course to the study of fluid power, specifically pneumatic systems and components including valves, cylinders and auxiliary equipment. the course also includes reading pneumatic schematics and calculating fluid power formulas. You will set-up and trouble shoot pneumatic circuits using Festo equipment.
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POLI-1007 - An overview of Canadian politics covering the structure of Canadian Government, the practice of politics and a background of major political issues.
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PRCH-9002 - In today's economy, who wouldn't want to save money? With the help of Simcoe's Suave Saver, Kelly Winger-Lang, extreme couponing can be done! In this 6-hour course, students will build their own binder with information including collecting and organizing coupons, Canada's yearly sales cycle, newspaper coupon insert schedule, Suave Saver Coupon Policy, weekly sales flyers, reward and points programs and much more. Students will also have the opportunity to sign up for a shopping trip with Kelly to experience couponing first hand.
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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.
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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-1062 - This course is a primer on Love, Sex and Marriage. Practically everyone is interested in love, sex and romance, without which humankind would perish. The student is introduced to theories and knowledge about human mating relationships. Topics include mate preferences, attraction & courtship, sex appeal, cyber-flirting, marriage: love-based, arranged and same-sex, conflict, and sexual jealousy, as well as theories on love, sex, gender, personality and belief systems.
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PSYC-1067 - Let’s face it, most of us know someone who has used or currently uses drugs. Some of us think we know a lot about drugs and what they can do to us; others know very little. But what really is the difference between using drugs and having a drug addiction? This course is designed to provide students with insight into the history of drug use and current cultural, psychological and social perspectives on the use of specific drugs. Emphasis will be given to special issues and ‘hot topics’ in drug addiction, including youth, women, media portrayal of drug use and current debates on the war on drugs. Finally, understanding common perspectives on treatment and prevention strategies related to drug dependence and education will be studied.
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PSYC-1069 - This course will examine the historical background of abnormal psychology as well as various psychological disorders and pathologies. In this course students will learn theoretical perspectives associated with maladaptive behavior as well as classifications and assessments related to psychological factors and symptoms. In particular, the course will examine anxiety disorders, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, eating disorders, sexual disorders, sleep disorders, dissociative disorders, and somatoform disorders. Finally, students will learn about different treatment options.
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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-1081 - Personality Psychology is a branch of psychology that defines what personality is and how it influences our behaviour and actions. This course will seek to understand how personality is developed. Through an examination of current research and theories, the course will explore patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviour that make a person unique. Personality assessment and intelligence testing will be explored.
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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-1098 - Students will recognize the risk factors and triggers associated with common psychiatric disorders in the infant, child and adolescent population. Early identification and awareness of the behaviours will enable the student to appropriately identify and assess the situation at hand.
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PSYC-1099 - Students will examine the interconnectedness of family relationships and their effect on common abnormal psychiatric disorders in the infant, child and adolescent populations. This course will review the developmental stages, familial structures and family functions through the lens of family systems theory. Students will also explore the environmental effects and their influenes on the family as a dynamic entity.
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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.
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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-9084 - A Look into Yourself and Others - have you everwondered why people do what they do? Find out whypeople act as they do based on their thinkingpreferences. This course will highlight thethinking styles. Learn to communicate moreeffectively, positively resolve conflicts andincrease your insight into others.
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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-9093 - Tea Leaf readings is an ancient form of fortune telling that remains popular around the world today. Learn how to perform a reading and find out how to interpret the meaning of the most common tea leaf symbols. Please bring your own Tea cup and loose tea leaves to class and a bottle of water. Come out and have Fun with Tea and it's magic within'.
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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-9099 - Come and learn about Smudging how to use the tools of Smudging the Incenses and sticks to Cleanse and Heal from. Why do we Smudge? Learn on the reasons why and how to do it and the History behind it. Please bring tools with you if you have some.
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PSYC-9102 - Our mindset dictates the way we think and therefore the running account that takes place in our head. It governs not only the way we think but also the way we act and behave and how we make our decisions. Personal motivation techniques and a goal planning system will be presented in this course. Participants will actively establish their personal motivators and discuss challenges related to the goals set.
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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-1041 - Examine how the game of soccer impacts socio-economic, religious, political and cultural views in countries around the globe. Discover and explore, cultural trends and human behaviours influenced by soccer ideology and its effects on "pop culture".
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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-1043 - This course is designed for you to examine the roles of recreation, leisure and play in Canada, their history and foundation as well as theories, philosophies and benefits. Through a variety of facilitation techniques you will be introduced to the professional aspects of a career in recreation and the diversity of service provision.
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RECN-1045 - This course provides the student with an understanding of inclusion and its application to the design and delivery of recreation programs and services. Emphasis will be placed on understanding existing barriers and on facilitating barrier-free participation and inclusion in community recreation.
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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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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-3002 - This course is designed to introduce students to the historical background, current status and basic concepts of occupational hygiene recognition, evaluation, and control of health hazards in the workplace environment and to relate the role of the industrial hygienist to other professionals in the occupational health team. Topics covered include: classification of chemical, biological, and physical stresses, legislation, toxicology, recognition, evaluation and control of hazards. Note: Recommend students have a good knowledge of science.
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SFTY-3003 - This course covers the history of accident prevention and concentrates on the principles of 'managing safety'. Students will learn how to implement an effective safety program. This course examines proper accident investigation, accident reporting, audits, inspections, accident costs, safety committees, elimination of hazards and basic loss control principles.
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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.
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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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SKLS-9026 - Whether you are taking one course or an entire program, having the skills to take advantage of your learning experience is essential. This free workshop will provide an overview of the teaching/learning interaction and how to prepare for and get the most out of all aspects of the process, including note-taking, reading and test preparation.
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SKLS-9037 - Success strategies.
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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-1040 - Students taking this course will learn the definition of racism and discrimination, and will be able to identify the various sources of discrimination and racism resulting from cultural values and physical differences between individuals. By identifying racism and discrimination issues in North American society, students will learn how to analyze the sociological factors that cause bias and prejudice to surface in our society. The main objective of this course is to enhance sensitivity to and intolerance of mistreatment based on racial or ethnic background and appearance, and to consider how to handle these issues as professional individuals in a pluralistic Canadian society. As part of the course, students will communicate with one another through electronic discussion and learn to appreciate through various readings and assignments the many facets of racism and discrimination. This course will be of interest to workers in health services, education, human resources, and business as well as those people who want to enhance their knowledge and sensitivity to issues of racism and discrimination particularly when communicating with people from other cultures or with physical appearances that differ from their own.
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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-1048 - Although we often think of sex and sexuality as natural processes, social influences also affect sexual attitudes and behaviours. This course will examine sexuality from a sociological perspective, examining how interactions, culture, and institutions affect this important dimension of human life. Ranging in topics as diverse as sexualized media to prostitution, the course will examine the impact of sexual culture, norms, and institutions in the modern world.
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SOCI-1050 - In this course we will examine the place of sport in modern societies, with particular attention to Canada. We will explore sport's relation to other social institutions such as the media, education, and government; we will examine sport in relation to aspects of social difference and inequality such as gender, race, class, and age; and finally, we will study sport and social processes such as socialization and deviance.
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SOCI-1053 - The term 'terrorism' has become a central part of everyday life. We hear about it on TV, we read about it on the internet and we think about it, like it or not, every time we board a plane. But what is 'terrorism' exactly, who decides and why does it matter? These challenging questions form the foundation for this introductory course to 'terrorism'. Building from an exploration of the relationship between power and language, students will examine the historical revolution of contemporary 'terrorism', paying particular attention to the root causes, enabling frameworks, aims, methods and consequences of 'terrorist' activity. The course will conclude by reflecting on the apparent tension between fighting 'the war on terror' and preserving civil rights.
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SOCI-1056 - This subject provides the student with a historical overview of the field of early intervention, including models of service delivery, levels of prevention, current issues and trends. Key terms and concepts and the roles and responsibilities of the early intervention team will be explored.
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SOCI-1059 - Examine the complex factors and conditions that contribute to various forms of abusive situations within the family. The cyclical and transactive nature of violence within partner relationships and the resulting impact on the child will be addressed. Explore the various professional roles with respect to prevention and intervention, current community response initiatives, and family, methods of helping individuals develop conflict resolution skills for replacing dysfunctional patterns.
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SOCI-1060 - This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the normal patterns of growth and development at various stages within the life cycle from infancy through to old age. The major theories of development will be examined to enhance understanding of this field of study.
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SOCI-1061 -  
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SOCI-1064 - This course is designed to enable the students to develop the knowledge and skills required to establish and maintain a helping relationship with oncology and palliative care patients and their families throughout the trajectory of the cancer experience. Topics to be explored include factors affecting coping and helping relationship effective communication and interviewing skills, crisis management, psychosocial issues in Cancer/Palliative care and burnout and ethical issues.
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SOCI-1067 - This course will examine conflict resolution strategies and where they work to reduce incidents of violent behaviour such as abuse relationships, confrontation in the workplace and violence in the schools.
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SOCI-1069 - The world is shrinking. The ice caps are melting. A sneeze, thousands of kilometres away, starts a health pandemic, and technology enables us to intimately view not only earthquakes and tsunamis but human rights violations around the world. This reality calls for an understanding of sustainability, diversity, and social justice. A global citizen is aware of the wider world, respects diversity, is outraged by injustice, participates in community from the local to global level, and feels compelled to act to make the world a more humane and sustainable place. Global citizenship will help students gain personal understanding of themselves as citizens of the world and apply it in their own lives. This course meets the Civic Life and Social and Cultural Understanding General Education themes.
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SOCI-1071 - This subject is designed to focus on dealing with a diverse range of customers. Students will focus on topics pertaining to the achievement of equity in variou social and work settings, including, but not limited to, race, gender, ethnicity and social orientation. This cousre will deal with social and ethical issues of diversity and will identify possible strategies for empowerment in the workplace.
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SOCI-1072 - Students will explore and discover the structural and cultural relationship of sport to society. Students will also examine the issues of race, gender, social stratification, deviances, economics, religion and politics as they relate to sport in society.
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SOCI-3015 -  
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SOCI-6001 - This course provides the learner with an overview of introductory theory and skills pertaining to the helping relationship process. Specifically, the learner will engage in learning projects which allows for skill development related to self-understanding, listening, non-verbal and verbal attending, assessment and constructive feedback, and conduct a basic interview session.
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SOCI-6004 - This course will provide basic knowledge and understanding of the functional and geographical community and various components affecting community systems. The major approaches to and models of community organization will be analyzed. The role and skills of the career practitioner, concerning the need to work with people with diverse to empower individuals and groups to deal with areas of concern will be examined. It will also consider the role of voluntarism, advocacy and government in this process.
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SOSC-1005 -  
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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SOSC-1016 - This course is intended to introduce the concept of sustainability development to a broad audience. The course will discusss the environmental, economic and social impacts that affect the sustainability of our communities. The course will investigate the development of human populations and how their energy and nutritional needs have compromised the natural ecosystem.
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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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SPAN-9008 - This course is for the beginner student who wants to gain basic knowledge of the Spanish language. The main goal is vocabulary building, basic phonetics, and understanding the base of the language. This basic course is useful for people who are planning to do business or visit Spanish speaking countries. At the same time, culture, customs, and way of life will be discussed.
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SPAN-9021 - This course builds on the skills acquired in Conversational Spanish I. It is for the intermediate level student who wants to expand their knowledge of the Spanish language. The main goal of this level is expanding vocabulary, phonetics and the familiarity with the language. Classes will be delivered 75/25 Spanish and English language.
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SRTY-1007 - This course is designed to provide students with a good understanding of Canadian criminal law. It will examine pertinent sections of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the impact on Canadian criminal procedure. The student will learn the powers of arrest, search and seizure under Canadian law and will learn to work in a manner that is consistent with all relevant legislation.
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SRTY-1008 - This course is divided into two parts. The first half of the course will focus on the Liquor Licence Act, including an examination of the most frequently breached sections of the Act and regulations. Enforcement powers and procedures to encourage compliance with the legislation will be examined. The second half of the course will examine the Gaming Control Act, with emphasis on relevant sections of the Act, and the enforcement powers available to encourage compliance with the Act.
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SRTY-1015 - The student will understand the skills and attributes required to fulfill the role of a security guard within an organization. Relevant sections of the Private Security and Investigative Services Act (ON) and related Regulation and Code of Conduct are provided and explained. It is expected that the student who is choosing this course as preparation for and to be eligible to write the provincial Private Security Guard License certification exam have familiarized themselves with the related Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services requirements as described at www.mcscs.jus.gov.on/english/PISG/private_inv_sec. html. In order to comply with the legislation, this course is instructor-led and includes mandatory chats. NOTE: Students MUST have valid Emergency First Aid, CPR "C" prior to specific end date.
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SRTY-1016 - Essential institutional security duties are described and practised in this module. These include duties related to: key control, institutional counts, post security, personal and area searches, inmate escorts, inmate movement control, inmate segregation, control of contraband, admitting and discharge visits and correspondence, inventory control, transportation and medications. Students are introduced to the techniques involved in writing security reports that meet institutional standards.
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SRTY-1017 - Students learn about the structure of municipal governments and their power to enact bylaws and the importance of bylaws. A number of different municipal statutes are studied such as zoning bylaws, animal control bylaws, and licensing. Students also learn about preparing for court in regard to offences against municipal codes and the importance of good note taking. Today's bylaw enforcement officer must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of municipal government and its role in society. This course will provide the student with a clear understanding of how municipal bylaws are generated, passed and enforced by utilizing different provincial statutes and showing the student the importance of municipal investigation.
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SRTY-1018 - Conducting an effective inspection or investigation is the fundamental skill of anyone entering into the enforcement profession. This course will focus on the basics of conducting an inspection or investigation while maintaining compliance. Students will learn skills such as report writing, interviewing, note taking, gathering of evidence and effective communication.
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SRTY-5001 - The world has changed since the traumatic events on September 11, 2001. Students who are entering the world of corporate security need to be aware of the threats to Canada and the properties they will be responsible for securing. Additionally, the practitioners of private and corporate security must be aware of other incidents that occur in workplaces that they may encounter. Bomb threats, strikes and emergency planning are part of their world as well as preventing incidents of cargo theft that affect corporate income. Security personnel must be mindful of incidents of workplace violence and prevention, as terrible incidents involving domestic violence and employee dissatisfaction resulting in criminal acts occur in the workplace with increasing frequency. This course is designed to alert students to current and broad issues related to the field of terrorism as it affects private security, emergency planning and related matters. Other topics include bomb threats, cargo thefts, strike procedures, workplace violence, as well as health & safety issues.
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SYST-1023 - This course will prepare you to write the new CompTIA Network+ exam. This course offers the opportunity to prepare for the exam while gaining knowledge in networking technologies on a Windows 2000, Novell NetWare and Linux environment. The Network+ course offers a broad look at many vendor neutral networking technologies with a focus on topologies, protocols, network implementation and support. Your Network+ certification combined with A+ can be applied as an elective towards the MCSE designation. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows operating system concepts. Software: Students should have supervisor access to NOS to complete lab component (not required for course completion).
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SYST-3002 - This is a survey course in the use of computer-based informa