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I decided to try online learning and the scope exceeded my expectations. Over a period of six decades, I have taken many in-class continuing education classes, such as business and French language courses. With the onset of severely deteriorated hearing I found the French language course challenging. Although I successfully completed the course I resigned myself to the possibility that it was my last opportunity for enrolment in a continuing education program. I decided to try online learning and enrolled in a Political Geography course. This was certainly a new venture. The subject material was excellent, the scope exceeded my expectations and the structure of assignments provided challenges that promoted effective learning. I felt somewhat apprehensive coping with this new learning venue but the availability and quality of technical support I received helped me to overcome my apprehensions and I was able to enjoy the course. Kenneth E. Jenkins

Lasting Imprint Elephants play a vital role in their ecosystem; with their large mass and physical power they create pathways for other animals to use, convert woodlands to grasslands, and trap rainwater in the impression of their footprints for smaller species to drink. Similarly, the effect of individual learning may lead to future developments that leave a lasting imprint on one’s community.

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New courses Speech! Speech!

Integration with Mobile Applications

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IN-CLASS Animal Care for Pet Owners

Style Makeover Secrets

Leading Responsibly – LDS

Blended Families that Work

Leading Teams – LDS

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Construction Safety Management Culinary Nutrition Culinary Theory I Employment Law – LDS German 2 Healthy Home Renovations Improv on the Fly Internet Technology

Accounting Theory and Policy ACE University Chemistry Preparation Advanced Financial Accounting Anthropology Blackberry Application Development Certified Ethical Hacking Introduction Communication/Customer Service for FSW

Managing Episodic Disabilities: Accommodation Best Practice Philosophy, Introduction to Prevention and Intervention Strategies – Children’s Mental Health Retirement Consultant Certificate Prep Web Design for Mobile Applications GENERAL EDUCATION (GenEd)

Introduction to BABOK

Coping with Death: Counselling Support Groups and Alternative Therapies

Italian 2

Crisis Intervention Theories and Models

Journal M.A.G.I.C.

Finance – LDS

Short History of the World

Music Care Workshop

Foundations for Sustainability

Organization Change and Leadership

APPRENTICESHIP CERTIFICATE

Fundamentals of UNIX

Photography – Fall Colours

Child Development Practitioner

Human Relations – LDS

Prezi Workshop

Information Security: Certified Information System Security Professional

Project Management and MS Project

Alternative Dispute Resolution Natural Disasters

DIPLOMA Human Resources Management – three year

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MAIL OR FAX For an online printable registration form, click: Where do I find? F: 905.721.3113 Durham College Office of the Registrar 2000 Simcoe Street North Oshawa, Ont. L1H 7K4 IN PERSON Oshawa campus Whitby campus PLEASE NOTE: registration Monday to Thursday: Monday to Friday: for continuing education 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. programs and courses is 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday: located in the new Student 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Services building. NEED HELP?

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How to find us Child Development Practitioner – Apprenticeship Certificate

Blackberry Application Development This online course will familiarize you with all aspects of planning, developing and testing mobile applications for the Blackberry platform. It will emphasize the creation of applications using the Java programming language, as well as programming techniques for achieving effective interaction on Blackberry Smartphones and the Playbook Tablet. Writing location-aware applications that feature sensor movement, messaging, Wi-Fi and multimedia will also be introduced.

(formerly ECEM) The Child Development Practitioner Apprenticeship Program (CDP) is designed for people already working in the early childhood education field who wish to pursue formal studies and receive certification. The theory courses are completed through an in-class delivery model at Durham College’s Whitby campus and the placement courses are completed at your place of employment. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be able to create positive learning environments for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and schoolaged children by planning, implementing and evaluating curriculum in a safe and inclusive environment.

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Oshawa campus 2000 Simcoe Street North Oshawa, Ont. L1H 7K4 905.721.3052

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Pickering Learning Site 1340 Pickering Parkway Unit 102 Pickering, Ont. L1V OC4 905.831.6077 ext. 201

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Whitby campus 1610 Champlain Avenue Whitby, Ont. L1N 905.721.3300

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Whitby Pickering

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QUESTIONS ABOUT COURSES? 905.721.3052 | 1.888.627.1191 IN-CLASS Business/Computer Val Gilham ext. 2828 val.gilham@durhamcollege.ca Arlene Allen ext. 3063 arlene.allen@durhamcollege.ca

Health and Community Services Donna Boyd ext. 2253 donna.boyd@durhamcollege.ca Shirley Leonard ext. 3776 shirley.leonard@durhamcollege.ca

Justice Language Life and Leisure Media Arts and Design Teaching and Training Sandra Meader ext. 2496 sandra.meader@durhamcollege.ca Laurel Kimball ext. 2260 laurel.kimball@durhamcollege.ca

Skilled Trades Technology

Joy Lavergne ext. 3332 joy.lavergne@durhamcollege.ca Shelley Nowlan ext. 3330 shelley.nowlan@durhamcollege.ca

ONLINE/CORRESPONDENCE Ann-Marie Bennet ext. 2312 annmarie.bennett@durhamcollege.ca Cindy Foley ext. 2153 cindy.foley@durhamcollege.ca Gwen Werry ext. 2802 gwen.werry@durhamcollege.ca Jayne Davis ext. 2161 jayne.davis@durhamcollege.ca Kim Sharpe ext. 2667 kim.sharpe@durhamcollege.ca Laurel Higgon ext. 2667 laurel.higgon@durhamcollege.ca Marisa Cassar ext. 2739 marisa.casar@durhamcollege.ca

Quick Reference ii Index of Certificates, Diplomas, Graduate Certificates, Recognition of Achievement and Associations iii Whitby and Pickering course offerings iv Workshops

Course Descriptions 2 Business 9 Computers 12 Health and Community Services 17 Justice 18 Languages 21 Life and Leisure 29 Media, Art & Design 31 Skilled Trades 37 Teaching and Training Adults 38 Technology

Field Placements 40 Field Placement courses and important dates Distance Education 41 Correspondence and Online Certificates, Diplomas and Associations 79 Program Descriptions, Entrance Requirements, Programs of Study

Corporate Training Services 122 Driver Training, Forklift Operator Training Important Information 125 Important Information (refer to grey pages) 130 Index Maps to all Campuses/Learning Sites (inside back cover)

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Certificates, Diplomas, Graduate Certificates & Associations CERTIFICATES Accounting Specialty...............................................82 American Sign Language.........................................82 Applied Criminal Investigative Techniques...............83 AutoCAD. .................................................................83 Bookkeeping............................................................84 Building Environmental Systems (BES) Operator....84 Business Analysis....................................................85 Business Fundamentals..........................................85 Children’s Mental Health ........................................86 Client and Customer Relations................................86 Community Advocacy..............................................87 Construction Estimator............................................87 Dementia Studies - Multidiscipline..........................88 Entrepreneurship.....................................................90 Event Planning & Management...............................91 French .... .................................................................92 Geographical Information Systems..........................93 Gerontology.............................................................93 Graphic Arts.............................................................94 Health & Safety for the Workplace..........................94 Home Inspection.....................................................95 Hospital/Nursing Unit Clerk.....................................95 Industrial Maintenance Mechanic ...........................97 Interior Decorating...................................................98 Leadership Development Series..............................98 Legal Office Assistant.............................................99 Management Studies............................................ 100 Marketing Management........................................ 101 Mechanical Techniques - Industrial......................... 101 Medical Office Administration............................... 102 Medical Transcriptionist......................................... 102 Mental Health Nursing.......................................... 103 Mental Health Rehabilitation................................. 103 Microsoft Office.................................................... 104 Occupational Health Nursing - RN......................... 105 Office Technology Administration.......................... 106 Operations Management....................................... 107 Palliative Care........................................................ 108 Project Management............................................. 109 Records & Information Management.................... 110 Sewing ...................................................................111 Sterile Processing.................................................. 112 Sustainable Local Food ......................................... 113 Teaching & Training Adults..................................... 113 Technical Support Analyst...................................... 114 Translation in the Workplace.................................. 114

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CERTIFICATES Water Quality......................................................... 115 Web Design........................................................... 116 Website Creation & Design................................... 116 Workplace Leadership........................................... 117

DIPLOMAS Business - Accounting (two-year).......................................81 - Administration - Accounting (three-year)...........81 - Entrepreneurship & Small Business.................91 - Human Resources (2 yr.)...................................96 - Human Resources Advanced (3 yr.)..................96 - Marketing........................................................ 100 - Operations Management................................ 107 Early Childhood Education.......................................89 Educational Assistant..............................................90 Library & Information Technician..............................99 Military Arts & Sciences........................................ 104 Police Foundations................................................. 109 Protection, Security & Investigation...................... 110 Social Services Worker...........................................111

GRADUATE CERTIFICATES Accessibility Coordination........................................80 Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting.....89 Human Resources Management ............................97

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Certificates, Diplomas, Graduate Certificates & Associations RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Diabetes Worker/Educator.......................................86 Food Service Worker...............................................92 Nephrology Nursing RN......................................... 105 Oncology Nursing RN/RPN.................................... 106 Perinatal/Obstetrics RN/RPN................................. 108 Spanish... ............................................................... 112

ASSOCIATIONS Association of Administrative Assistants (AAA)..... 117 Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA)................ 118 Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB)............... 118

ASSOCIATIONS Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE)........ 119 Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB).......................... 119 Certified General Accountants (CGA).................... 119 Human Resources Professional (HRPA)................120 Law Clerks (ILCO)..................................................120 Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP).................................................120 Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI)...............................................121 Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO)....121

Offsite Campuses/Learning Sites PICKERING COURSES

WHITBY COURSES

Pickering Learning Site

Whitby Campus

1340 Pickering Parkway, Unit 102

1610 Champlain Avenue, Whitby Building Environmental Systems (BES) Cabinet Making Cake Decorating Car Care Clinic Carpentry Ceramic Tiling CFC/ODP Certificate Construction (Gold Seal) Construction Safety Management Creative and Critical Thinking - LDS Crown Moulding and Interior Applications Electrical Wiring Basics for Homeowners

Employment Law - LDS Engine Repair Finishing Your Basement Professionally Fire Detection and Alarm Industry, Introduction to (CFAA) Hardwood Floors Home Energy Efficiency D-I-Y Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Managing Change - LDS Motorcycle Training Ontario Building Code Part 9 Plumbing - Residential/Repairs Pre Exams Welding

Accounting I Accounting II Alternative Dispute Resolution Chinese - Mandarin 1 Entrepreneurship Excel Introduction French 1 French 3 Landscaping Your Home Marketing I

See index for page numbers. Directions to all campuses/learning sites on inside back cover.

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21 Excel I.............................................. 10

6 Smart Serve..................................... 28

21 Canadian Firearms Safety................ 23

9 Excel II............................................. 10 16 Excel Macros and VBA Level I.......... 10

OCTOBER

16 Anger Management......................... 21

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16 Animal Care for Pet Owners............ 21

5 Estate Planning - Plan Your Legacy.. 22

16 Income Tax: Personal........................ 23

5 Event Planning................................. 22

16 Painting: Watercolour Glazing.......... 25

5 Healthy Home Renovations............. 22

16 Photography: Starting a Business.... 26

5 Income Tax for Small Business........ 23

17 Canadian Restricted Firearms.......... 23

5 Painting: Mixed Media..................... 25

23 Excel I.............................................. 10

5 Photography: Fall Colours................ 26

30 Excel Macros and VBA Level II......... 10

5 Speed Reading................................. 28 19 Improv on the Fly............................. 23

DECEMBER

19 Investing: A Beginner’s Guide.......... 23 19 Journal M.A.G.I.C............................. 23

1 Canadian Restricted Firearms.......... 23 7 Excel II............................................. 10

19 Macintosh Introduction.................... 30 19 Money Management - For Life!....... 25

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7 Canadian Firearms Safety................ 23

19 Photography: Point and Shoot

14 Excel Macros and VBA Level I.......... 10

Camera Made Easy.......................... 26

21 Caricature 101.................................. 21

19 Prezi................................................. 11

25 Smart Serve..................................... 28

19 Style Makeover Secrets................... 28 26 Excel I.............................................. 10 26 Canadian Firearms Safety................ 23

Let us Know

If you have an idea for a new course, are interested in teaching a course, have a comment or suggestion about the programs and services we offer, let us know. coned@durhamcollege.ca 905.721.3052 1.888.627.1191

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Second Career Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need which provides laid-off workers with: • skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario • financial support If you were laid-off any time after January 1, 2005, you’re eligible to apply for Second Career. For more information see page 78.


In Class Course Descriptions


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The following courses currently are ONLY available Online. ACCPAC Advanced Accounting Auditing I and II Business Finance I and II Business Report Writing Computer Applications for Human Resources Computer Applications in Marketing Cost Accounting II Cost Management Human Resources Planning Integrated Marketing Communication I & II Intermediate Accounting III International Business Inventory Management Labour Economics Lean Systems Management Principles Marketing Law and Ethics Marketing Research Techniques Mortgage Agent Program Occupational Health and Safety Office Technology and Procedures Organizational Behaviour Principles of Purchasing Production Systems Recruitment and Selection Training and Development

Accounting I

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In this introduction to fundamental accounting concepts, you will develop an understanding of accounting concepts and procedures. Topics include: journalizing, posting, trial balance, adjusting entries, the preparation of financial statements, the worksheet, petty cash, bank reconciliations and internal control. This course is CIB, CIE, CGA, CIC, CPA, HRPA, RIBO and OIPMAC accredited. You are required to have Internet access in order to complete required assignments. No classes October 14. ACCT 1250 Equivalent: ACCT 1200 ACCT 4258 Equivalent: ACCT 4208 42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Accounting II

Prerequisite: Accounting I Gain an in-depth look at accounts receivable, payroll, inventory, fixed assets, and current liabilities as well as the use of special journals, subsidiary ledgers, and an introduction to corporations. This course is CIB, CGA, CIC, CPA, RIBO and OIPMAC accredited. One additional class in Pickering - date to be determined. Equivalent: ACCT 2200. ACCT 2250/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA Sep 11-Dec 18/Wed/6:40-10:10/PICKERING

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You will gain a thorough knowledge of file management which will allow you to work efficiently and organize your computer files. Using Word and PowerPoint 2010, you will produce a variety of professional documents and learn to assemble electronic presentations. You will be introduced to MyCampus and DC Connect. Equivalent: COMP 1209. This course is RIBO accredited. COMP 1259/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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You will learn the skills necessary to use Excel spreadsheets to prepare tables and graphs, use specialized functions including statistical, financial, look up reference and logic functions. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: COMP 2209. COMP 2251/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Business Law

This course deals with the history and development of the law, the courts and their operation, tort law, contract formulation and application and termination of employment relationships. This course is CIB, CGA, CIC and RIBO accredited. Equivalent: LAW 3207 and 1213. LAW 3257/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Business Mathematics

+ OL

Business Computer Applications I

Business Computer Applications II

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This course is designed to develop and reinforce basic business math skills. Topics include cost-volume-profit analysis, merchandising math, simple interest, compound interest, annuities and loan. Equivalent: MATH 1202. MATH 1252/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Communications for Business I OL

This course reviews and enhances your communication skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking). You will respond to and write effective messages for different purposes and audiences. In addition, you will research, evaluate, analyze, organize, and document information. You will prepare, deliver, and evaluate short oral presentations on a variety of business-related topics. Equivalent: COMM 2204. COMM 2254/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Communications for Business II OL

Prerequisite: Communications for Business I The appropriate documentation and research required to execute an effective job search strategy will be created in this course. Report writing skills, involving detailed research and problem solving of current issues and solutions will be applied. Equivalent: COMM 3202. COMM 3254/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA


Business BUSINESS ANALYSIS CERTIFICATE The continuously shifting business atmosphere means that business problems must now be solved more efficiently and effectively than ever before. It also means that Business Analysts must act as consultants and confidently probe deeper into stakeholders needs, recommend solutions that are supported internally, and ultimately be able to positively impact a business.

Introduction to BABOK

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This course is designed to give you a basic understanding of the functions and business impact of this role. The course provides a special focus on business analysis functions/tasks as they relate to the development of business and technology solutions. This understanding is essential for any business analyst supporting any business area given the impact of business and technical change in today’s business environment. After completing this course, you will have established a working vocabulary to enable you to communicate effectively with those who perform the business analyst role. In addition, you will have built the framework necessary to support more in-depth skill development. BUS 1254/36 Hrs/$289.04 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA

Compensation Management OL

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management Principles Gain knowledge of both the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function. You will learn the linkages between the compensation function and the organizational management process as well as compensation systems design necessary to attract, retain and motivate the required workforce. This course is CPA, RIBO and HRPA accredited. There will be two additional classes scheduled. Dates to be determined. No class October 14. HRM 3250 Equivalent: HRM 3200 HRM 5250 – Human Resources Graduate Certificate Equivalent: HRM 5200 60 Hrs/$401.40 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 16/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Cost Accounting I

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Prerequisite: Accounting II Cost accounting information helps reduce the uncertainty and complexity of management decisions. Topics include: Job order and process costing methods, the preparation and differences between variable and fixed costs and the preparation of contribution format. This course is CGA, CIB and OIPMAC accredited. There will be an additional nine hours added throughout the course. Equivalent: ACCT 3200. ACCT 3252/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 12-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Economics I (Macroeconomics) OL

You will be introduced to economic principles such as opportunity cost, demand, supply and elasticity. Macroeconomic topics such as unemployment, inflation, economic growth, determination of national income, money and banking, stabilization policies and international trade will be discussed in detail. This course is CGA, CIC, OIPMAC and RIBO accredited. No class October 14. Equivalent: ECON 1200 & 1220. ECON 1250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Economics II (Microeconomics) OL

You will study the basic microeconomic principles such as opportunity cost and supply & demand. Topics include: government intervention, government in Canada, industrial organization, perfect competition, agriculture, monopoly, oligopoly, many differentiated sellers and the labour market. This course is CGA, CIC, OIPMAC and RIBO accredited. Equivalent: ECON 2200 and 2220. ECON 2250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Textbooks for Pickering classes must be either purchased at the Oshawa bookstore or ordered online for shipment to your home or the Pickering Learning Site.

Employee Labour Relations OL

You will concentrate on the four major phases of labour relations - desire of non-unionized workers to seek representation, the union organizing campaign, collective bargaining and contract administration. You will also study activities in non-union work settings including fair and equitable employment policies and procedures, clear and continuous employee communication and feedback, processes for minimizing conflict and creating dispute resolution. This course is CPA and HRPA accredited. HRM 2250 Prerequisite: Business Law Equivalent: HRM 2201 LABR 5252 – Human Resources Graduate Certificate Equivalent: LABR 5202 60 Hrs/$401.40 + text(s) Sep 11-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Entrepreneurship OL

You will gain a greater appreciation of the intricacies and opportunities inherent in starting your own business. Topics include the entrepreneurial spirit, a strategic approach to starting a business, niche business opportunities, source funding, cash management, debt and financing, management issues, government issues and other related issues of interest to the entrepreneur. The creation of a business plan will bring together all of the concepts learned throughout the course. This course is CIE and RIBO accredited. Equivalents: ENTR 2200, 4301, MGMT 1200, 1325, 1335 and SMBS 3400. ENTR 1251/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Field Placement - Accounting

A Field Placement Coordinator will assist you in the identification and matching with the sponsor organization, as required, but you have the primary responsibility for securing a placement. You will be expected to prepare for the placement by creating a formal professional resumé. At the end of the Field Placement you will submit a formal report about your experience. You must also register for the field placement seminar which is included in the price. FWKA 6252 Equivalent: FWKA 6202 FWKA 6251 (seminar) Equivalent: FWKA 6201 160 Hrs/$225 Sep 1-Dec 31

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GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Alternative Dispute Resolution OL

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This course is designed to create an understanding of the nature of conflict. The origin of conflict, the escalation of conflict and the consequences of conflict will be examined. The course will as well look at the major dispute resolution systems and concepts in our society. Finally the course will create a personal understanding of how conflict may be addressed and resolved peacefully through personal awareness and making informed choices about how to approach conflict. Equivalent: GNED 1103. GNED 1153/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Psychology, Introduction

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Psychology is the study of human behaviour. This course is designed to increase your understanding of the basic principles that underlie behaviour. Through practical examples, you will be introduced to important psychological concepts and key research findings. The course examines such processes as: biology and behaviour, sensation and perception, learning and memory, emotion and motivation, consciousness, and social psychology. Equivalent: PSYC 1000. PSYC 1050/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Short History of the World

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Become a more global citizen by exploring Natural Disasters NEW the world as one planet through the broad In this course you will study several major patterns of our shared human history. Our natural disasters, including earthquakes, past can reveal much about our present and tsunamis, volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes, future. Discover how the modern world was ice storms, floods and avalanches. You shaped, how globalization is taking hold, and will research, prepare and demonstrate an what wisdom this can bring to your life and understanding of why and how these natcareer choices. This is our story the human ural disasters occur, and how the average story. It is forward looking and thoroughly person is affected. You will illustrate your modern, an exciting and inspiring big-picture understanding of the topic through essays, course that includes a student-designed group and individual projects and videos. website, dynamic communications-driven Equivalent: GNED 1506. assignments, and an engaging talk show GNED 1556/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) feature that brings the world to the Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA classroom. Equivalent: GNED 1403. GNED 1453/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Sociology, Introduction

+ OL

Sociology is the study of people and how they interact with one another. You will study people’s lives, their relationship to society, and how people are affected by society. As well, you will discuss concepts, theories and methods with particular emphasis on the dynamics of Canadian society and problems. Equivalent: SOCI 1000. SOCI 1050/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

You will be introduced to the management aspects of human resources. Topics include the role of the Human Resources manager, recruitment, planning and selection, orientation and training, employee relations, compensation and benefits, labour relations, health and safety, equity and diversity and international human resources. This course is CIE, CPA, OIPMAC, RIBO and HRPA accredited. There will be four additional Thursday classes - dates to be determined. HRM 1253 Equivalent: HRM 1200 & HRM 2200 HRM 4251 – Human Resources Graduate Certificate Equivalent: HRM 4201 70 Hrs/$462.80 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Insurance Broker Registration

Successful completion of this course will allow you to sell and service, automobile, home and commercial insurance (under supervision).This course will also be of interest to non-producer broker staff members, insurance buyers, adjusters or insurance company employees. Topics include the skills required of new brokers, principles and practices, and RIBO Act information. You will also learn about commercial property, personal lines, liability, auto crime, bonds, and brokerage office operations and procedures. This course will prepare you to write the very rigorous RIBO licensing exam at the end of the course. Exam fees are extra - payable to RIBO. Exam will be held on Tuesday, December 17, 6 - 9 p.m. RIBO 2600/69 Hrs/$746.66 Sep 24-Dec 10/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Intermediate Accounting I OL

Prerequisite: Accounting II This course includes accounting for corporations, long-term debt, short-term investments, the statement of cash flows, and financial statement analysis. Equivalent: ACCT 3201. This course is CIB, CIC, CGA and RIBO accredited. ACCT 3250/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

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Business HUMAN RESOURCES FIELD PLACEMENT Field Placement/Capstone Project - Human Resources Graduate students now have a choice of either completing the field placement or a Capstone Project.

Field Placement - Human Resources Human Resources Capstone Project Prerequisite: All program requirements. Graduate Certificate Prerequisite: All program requirements. Placements can be done either on a fulltime basis (4 weeks) or a part-time basis (1, 2 or 3 days/week) across several months. Registrations will be accepted four times per year: August, September, January and April. Once registered, you will be sent field placement forms which must be completed and submitted back to the Continuing Education office before being contacted by the field placement coordinator. Due to the volume of Human Resources students and a limited number of available employers, you can expect a waiting period of one to four months before starting your placement. To expedite the process, we strongly encourage you to attempt to secure a placement opportunity that would expose you to a valued learning experience. Placements that you secure on your own must be approved by your field placement coordinator. Equivalent: FWKH 6202. FWKH 6251/160 Hrs/$225 Sep 1-Dec 31

Intermediate Accounting II OL

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting I You will examine financial reporting and accounting concepts, income statement and balance sheet presentation, statement of cash flows and revenue recognition. You will also focus on cash, receivables, inventories and temporary investments. This course is CGA and RIBO accredited. Equivalent: ACCT 4200. ACCT 4250/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Introduction to Business Management

OL

This course will cover a wide variety of introductory topics for those interested in starting or seeking employment in small business. You will be introduced to management techniques, ethics, human resources management, marketing, accounting and the successful management of financial resources. Equivalent: MGMT 1209. MGMT 1259/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

The Human Resources Capstone Project, as an alternative to field placement, is another way in which students apply newly acquired Human Resources skills. It is a large-scale academic project in which students have up to four months to complete their work. Working in conjunction with an industry representative and college faculty advisor, students will follow a rigorous, scholarly process in the production of a paper that will reflect a synthesis of topics studied in the curriculum and add value to the selected company’s operations. The student selects a topic in his or her concentration area and, with faculty approval and guidance, conducts research in preparation for a final thesis paper. The finished project demonstrates the students ability to conduct comprehensive research and articulate original ideas and thought processes that make a practical contribution to the existing body of knowledge in the field of human resources. Equivalent: HCAP 6200. HCAP 6250/160 Hrs/$225 Sep 1-Dec 31

Leadership for Entrepreneurs

This course introduces participants to the role of a leader in a business. Through class discussions, case studies, and independent reading, you will explore and develop your own leadership philosophy. You will explore how a leader’s interactions with front-line employees have a direct impact on organizational effectiveness. Legislation that affects a front-line leader’s decision making will be introduced, including key aspects of employment standards, health and safety, and human rights. Equivalent: LEAD 4201. LEAD 4251/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Field Placement - Human Resources Diploma (3 year) Field placement will consist of working with an organization’s Human Resources staff, completing a variety of objectives, and obtaining valuable insights into the workings of a Human Resources department. Students set individual learning objectives and carry out defined projects, assignments, and tasks as defined by their field placement supervisor. Students must also register for the seminar which is included in the price. FWKH 6252 Equivalent: FWKH 6201 FWKH 6253 (seminar) Equivalent: FWKH 6200 352 Hrs/$225 Sep 1-Dec 31

Management Information Systems

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This course will examine information systems, information flows, source document flows, design for effective data storage and retrieval, auditing controls and computer systems with a focus on information that executives could use to support decision making. MS Access will be used to provide illustration and practice in database concepts. This course is CGA and CIC accredited. Equivalent: MGMT 5202. No class October 14. ACCT 4254/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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6 Business LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SERIES (LDS) CERTIFICATE This program will enhance leadership skills and develop new skills to help meet career and organizational objectives. The program will provide a solid foundation for those looking to enter leadership positions, and for those currently in front-line or mid-level management positions. The program will build on existing skills and experience and apply those skills to workplace situations. Content includes communications, ethics, performance management, change management, team building, planning, and project management. Please see page 96 for the full program requirements.

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Today’s workplace is highly regulated from the commencement of the employment Today more than ever, leaders need to be critical and creative thinkers in order to deal relationship through to its termination. An examination of both statutory law and with all aspects of organizational, strategic and societal situations. This course will build common law will be undertaken in both federal and provincial jurisdictions. Students on the knowledge and skills covered in the previous courses. Students will learn how to will review employment standards, health think creatively and critically in order to apply and safety, labour relations, pay equity and human rights legislation as it applies to those skills to their role in the organization, management and unionized employees and and their professional and personal life. These skills will assist the student with ana- leaders. LDS 1052/30 Hrs/$237.20 lyzing information in order to respond to a wide variety of work and personal situations. Sep 25-Nov 27/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY LDS 1051/30 Hrs/$237.20 Sep 24-Nov 26/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Managerial Accounting

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Prerequisite: Accounting I You will gain an understanding of the nature of managerial accounting, how financial and managerial accounting relate to each other and together how they relate to the human resources area in an organization. This course is CPA, HRPA and RIBO accredited. You are required to have Internet access in order to complete required assignments. No class October 14. ACCT 2254 Equivalent: ACCT 3202 ACCT 5258 – Human Resources Graduate Certificate Equivalent: ACCT 5208 42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Managerial Cost Accounting OL

Prerequisite: Cost Accounting II This course is designed to provide you with an understanding of the tools used to evaluate the financial consequences of alternate courses of action and apply managerial accounting to measure the performance of the organization and its managers. Completion with a minimum of 70% allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/course exemption. Equivalent: ACCT 5203. ACCT 5263/60 Hrs/$401.40 + text(s) Sep 11-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Marketing I OL

This course will teach you the marketing principles and practices necessary for operating any type of business enterprise - product or service, large or small, profit or not-for-profit. This course is CIE, RIBO and OIPMAC accredited. No class October 14. Equivalent: MKTG 1200. MKTG 1250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Master Planning OL

Canadian firms have realized that they must become more competitive in world markets, not only to compete better but also just to survive. Using Master Planning principles, companies can develop an effective plan which will allow them to work within their capacity constraints, satisfy demand, and achieve efficiencies in operation. Master Planning encompasses the activities of business planning, production planning, master production scheduling, and final assembly scheduling. Equivalent: MAPL 2200. MAPL 2250/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Managing Change - LDS

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Today’s leaders are often called upon to implement and support the change process. Additionally, they need to be able to identify and respond to internal and external factors that will determine when and what type of change is required. Environmental scanning, identifying trends, implementing and measuring successful change plans are all essential to developing and managing change plans to the benefit of the organization. Organizational readiness and risk assessment will also be discussed in the context of best practices. LDS 1057/30 Hrs/$237.20 Sep 26-Nov 28/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Mentorship - Entrepreneurship Diploma

Students will establish individual objectives for their mentorship experience which will allow them to gain valuable insight into the establishment and operation of a business. Equivalent: MENT 4200. MENT 4250/80 Hrs/$150 Sep 1-Dec 31

Operations Management I OL

Planning and decision making are essential in the production and delivery of goods or services to clients. Areas examined include forecasting, purchasing, inventory control, and production planning & control. This course is OIPMAC and RIBO accredited. Equivalent: OPER 1200. OPER 1250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Operations Management II OL

Prerequisite: Operations Management I You will study management control functions such as cost, quality and labour. In addition, the planning functions for physical facilities, processes, location and plant layout will be studied. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: OPER 2200. OPER 2250/52 Hrs/$352.28 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA


Business PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE In today’s economy, Project Managers have become a valuable commodity to organizations. Project Management Professionals come from virtually every major industry including aerospace, automotive, business management, construction, engineering, financial services, information technology, pharmaceuticals, health care and countless more. Look around you and you will find these professionals working at every level of any organization. Each module is to be taken consecutively to gain the maximum benefits from these intense classes.

Project Leadership and Team Development

Prerequisite: Project Economics and Politics You will enhance your human resources and basic communications for projects, team-building, leadership, conflict resolution, time management, managing project interfaces, decision making and negotiations. No class October 14. PROJ 2603/36 Hrs/$439.04 Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA

Introduction to PMBOK

In this course, which must be taken first, you will learn about the fundamentals of project management. You will develop an understanding of the traditional and modern applications of project management methods. The Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), published by the Project Management Institute (PMI), will be the key knowledge evolutionary guide. No class October 14. PROJ 2600/36 Hrs/$279.04 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA

Project Economics and Politics

Prerequisite: Introduction to PMBOK You will gain the skills to analyze cost and financial outcomes. Key topics include estimating techniques, activity-based costing, pricing strategies, estimating pitfalls, estimating high-risk projects, life-cycle cost analysis, time value of money, net present value (NPV), cash-flow analysis and profitability analysis. PROJ 2602/36 Hrs/$279.04 Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA

Effective Project Planning and Control

Prerequisite: Professional Performance and Responsibility Through theoretical and practical examples, you will learn the skills and techniques of project planning. Key topics include project strategic planning, project charter development, project plan development, project scope development, and basic and advanced techniques to develop work breakdown structures (WBS). As well, you will explore the strategic importance Professional Performance and of project milestones, project phase Responsibility determination, and the use of computers Prerequisite: Project Leadership and Team in planning. Note: Participants who have Development completed all five modules in this program Topics include ensuring personal integrity, situational appraisal and response, balancing will be required to register for and write a stakeholders’ interests, applying professional comprehensive exam, which is included in the price, to qualify for the Project knowledge, complying with laws and Management Certificate. The exam code regulations, and respecting cultural is PROJ 0000. A review session will be differences. held on Saturday, December 14. The PROJ 2604/36 Hrs/$279.04 comprehensive exam will be held on Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA Monday, January 13, 2014 from 6:30 - 10:30 p.m. in the Test Centre. No class October 14. PROJ 2601/42 Hrs/$330.46 Sep 16-Dec 14/Mon/6:40-9:40/OSHAWA

Project Manangement Comprehensive Exam

This is a mandatory comprehensive exam for the Project Management Certificate Program. Students must complete and pass all five courses prior to registering for this exam. PROJ 0000/4 Hrs Jan 13/Mon/6:30-10:30/OSHAWA

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8 Business Organizational Change OL NEW and Leadership

The theory of change management is framed within strategic, purposeful, and behavioural dimensions and emphasizes how the Human Resources professional in such settings may serve as a consultant to, or leader of, such initiatives. You will be exposed to a leadership model that helps facilitate the achievement of related business goals and strategies. Equivalent: HRM 3206. HRM 3256/60 Hrs/$401.40 + text(s) Sep 10-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Payroll Administration OL

Prerequisite: Accounting I This course covers 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 T4s and T4 Summary; Workers’ Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized Payroll. Course is equivalent to CIB accredited courses. ACCT 2253/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Principles of Sales

OL

Prerequisite: Marketing II We all sell something - our ideas, our abilities, our contributions, and/or our values. You will take an in-depth look at the field of sales. Rather than looking at professional selling as a career area, the focus will be directed to acquiring and demonstrating selling skills. This course is CIE accredited. Equivalent: SALE 3200. SALE 3250/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

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Statistics

OL

You will be equipped with a working knowledge of descriptive statistical methods. Major topics covered include: frequency distributions; graphic presentation of data; measures of central tendency and variation; probabilities; normal probability distribution; sampling and central limit theorem; estimation and confidence intervals; and, linear correlation and regression. Equivalent: STAT 2200. STAT 2250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Statistics I (Business) OL

This course is CGA accredited. Topics include: frequency distributions, graphic presentation of data, measures of centre & variations, probability concepts, probability distributions, sampling methods, central limit theorem and correlation/regression analysis. Equivalent: MATH 2201. MATH 2252/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Taxation I

Transportation and Logistics

OL

Prerequisite: Operations Management II The movement of goods from point of origin to their destination point, particularly when the movement is on a global scale, requires disciplined processes, adherence to international law and a solid understanding of the most cost effective means to execute. This course provides an in-depth review of transportation and logistics principles, modes and strategic activities. The course focuses on transportation modes of road, rail, water, air and the combination of all four. The global movement of goods and the financial measures to manage logistics systems will be examined. Equivalent: MGMT 2209. MGMT 2259/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Prerequisite: Accounting I You will gain an understanding of the Income Tax Act as it applies in Canada to individuals. This course will cover the areas of tax planning in order to reduce or avoid income taxes as much as possible. Completion of Taxation I & II, with a minimum grade of 70%, allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/course exemption. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: ACCT 3204. No class October 14. ACCT 3264/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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The course introduces students to current accepted project management methods and terminology, as outlined by the Project Management Institute (PMI). Students will practice project management techniques by utilizing MicrosoftÂŽ Project 2010 to create and monitor a project. The course will combine project management practices and theory from initiating to finishing the project using real-life examples. Equivalent: PROJ 3201. PROJ 3251/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Business Computer Applications I

OL

You will gain a thorough knowledge of file management which will allow you to work efficiently and organize your computer files. Using Word and PowerPoint 2010, you will produce a variety of professional documents and learn to assemble electronic presentations. You will be introduced to MyCampus and DC Connect. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: COMP 1209. COMP 1259/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Business Computer Applications II

OL

You will learn the skills necessary to use Excel spreadsheets to prepare tables and graphs, use specialized functions including statistical, financial, look up reference and logic functions. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: COMP 2209. COMP 2251/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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A+ ESSENTIALS A+ Essentials Hardware Practical Exam

This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course A+ Essentials Hardware (COMP 1884). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course CSYS 1122 must pass this exam along with the COMP 1884 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 1152/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

A+ Essentials Operating Systems Software Practical Exam Prerequisite: CompTIA A+ 220-802 or 70-680: Windows 7, (Configuring) and must be in good standing. This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course A+ Essentials Operating System Software (COMP 1885). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course CSYS 2122 must pass this exam along with the COMP 1885 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 2152/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORKING Associate 1 Networking Fundamentals Practical Exam

Associate 3 Routing and Switching Practical Exam

Associate 2 Introduction to Routing Practical Exam

Associate 4 Wide Area Networking Practical Exam

This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course CISCO Certified Networking Associate 1 Networking Fundamentals (CISC 1280). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course DCOM 1100 must pass this exam along with the CISC 1280 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 1150/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course CISCO Certified Networking Associate 2 Introduction to Routing (CISC 2280). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course DCOM 2100 must pass this exam along with the CISC 2280 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 2150/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course CISCO Certified Networking Associate 3 Routing and Switching (CISC 3280). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course DCOM 3100 must pass this exam along with the CISC 3280 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 3150/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

This is the practical exam which accompanies the online course CISCO Certified Networking Associate 4 Wide Area Networking (CISC 4280). Students who wish to obtain a credit for the day school course DCOM 4100 must pass this exam along with the CISC 4280 course. Students will be contacted by a CISCO certified instructor to arrange a date and time for a one-hour review and the two-hour practical exam. EXAM 4150/3 Hrs/$215 Sep 1-Dec 31/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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10 Computers OL Recommended: A strong knowledge of Windows. Excel is one of the most popular spreadsheet programs in today’s market. Using Excel 2010 you will find how easy it is to create professional-looking spreadsheets. Learn formatting and editing features, as well as excellent shortcuts to enhance spreadsheets. This course is RIBO accredited. Textbook for the Pickering class must be either purchased at the Oshawa bookstore or ordered online for shipment to your home or the Pickering Learning Site. Equivalent: COMP 2209, 1101 and 1329. No class in Oshawa on September 26. SPRD 2251/40 Hrs/$285.60 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:40-9:40/PICKERING Excel Introduction

OL Recommended: A strong knowledge of Excel. You will learn the advanced features of Microsoft Excel 2010 to produce professional, custom workbooks and management concepts. In particular, you will study macros and the advantages of the wizards in detail. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: COMP 2206. SPRD 3252/36 Hrs/$261.04 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 4/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA Excel Advanced

Excel I - Workshop

Recommended: A strong knowledge of Windows. You will create simple spreadsheets using Excel 2010. Topics include size, cells, addresses, ranges, formulas, sum, average, max, min, count, absolute addresses and working with larger spreadsheets. This workshop is RIBO accredited. Students must bring a USB Flash drive. SPRD 1901/6 Hrs/$94.26 Sep 21/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Oct 26/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Nov 23/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

EXCEL MACROS AND VBA (VISUAL BASIC FOR APPLICATIONS) Do you want to accelerate your Excel skills into ‘overdrive’? During these workshops you’ll learn advanced Excel techniques, and how to extend your use of these features through the creation of Excel Macros – this will enable you to finish your work faster and with greater consistency. Excel users, without any prior knowledge of Macros or VBA, will learn to take greater control of their Excel projects by learning to use Excel’s Macro Recorder and Visual Basic Editor (VBE) to generate and modify macro VBA code. Since Level 1 lays a foundation for the use of the Macro Recorder and VBE and how to create ‘unbreakable’ VBA code, it is a recommended prerequisite for Levels 2 and 3. Students who successfully complete all three levels will receive a ‘Recognition of Achievement’. Each course now includes a period of online support after each workshop.

Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input

Recommended: Intermediate to advanced level expertise with Excel. Level I will introduce Excel features that increase the speed and accuracy of data input. You will use the Macro Recorder and Visual Basic Editor to create ‘unbreakable’ code and create a Database Application with Input Form, Data Validation rules and User Interface messages to control updates to the database. SPRD 1905/6 Hrs/$205 Nov 16/Sat/8:40-4:10/OSHAWA

Excel Macros and VBA Level 2 - Data Analysis

Prerequisite: Excel Macros & VBA Level 1 Learn manual and automated methods for data consolidation, filtering, outlining and subtotals. Learn advanced charting techniques, plus pivot tables and pivot charts. Create macros for these features, which automatically handle database row growth and column structure changes. Learn best practices for creation of data structures that are compatible with Excel analysis tools. SPRD 2905/6 Hrs/$205 Nov 30/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Excel Macros and VBA Level 3 - Formulas and Functions

Prerequisite: Excel Macros and VBA Level 2 Learn cell addressing methods for the creation of ‘unbreakable’ formulas. Learn to use some key functions from each of Excel’s function categories, including: financial, date & time, math, statistical, look up & reference, database, text, logical and information. In addition, learn how to create User Defined Functions (UDFs) so that standardized custom worksheet calculations can be easily inserted. SPRD 3905/6 Hrs/$205 Dec 14/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Excel II - Workshop

Recommended: A basic knowledge of Excel Topics include basic types of charts such as line, bar, column, pie, etc., lists and databases, data forms, data validation, simple macros & cell protection and pivot tables. Students must bring a USB Flash drive. SPRD 2901/6 Hrs/$94.26 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Nov 9/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Dec 7/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

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Computers Office Overview

OL

To be successful today and in the future, it is important to be comfortable using the computer as a tool to improve productivity and efficiency. This course will include the basics of hardware and software, use of the Windows 7 environment, preparation and editing of documents using Microsoft Word 2010 software, preparation and editing of spreadsheets and workbooks using Microsoft Excel 2010 software, and preparation and editing of presentations using PowerPoint 2010. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: COMP 1210. WIND 1257/45 Hrs/$316.30 Sep 10-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Prezi Workshop

Are you looking for a presentational tool that will stand out from the competition and better engage your audience? If your idea is different from others, use Prezi to make your presentation different! Prezi’s zooming canvas allows you to view your big picture goals and then zoom in to show the important details. Participants will be introduced to the various Prezi licenses, capabilities and features and will create a presentation that will include some of the automation features that are available. COMP 1927/3 Hrs/$56.50 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-12:10/OSHAWA

QuickBooks Introduction

Prerequisite: Accounting I You will acquire the skills required to set-up and maintain financial information for a small to medium-sized business. Learn how to set-up customers, vendors, employees and items, create estimates, sales orders, purchase orders and invoices, track and pay HST, receive and make payments, do payroll, reconcile your bank statements and create reports. This course is RIBO accredited. ACCT 1253/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Prerequisite: Accounting I You will learn a general ledger set-up, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll and inventory control. This course is RIBO accredited. Equivalent: ACCT 2201. If taken in conjunction with Excel Advanced, is equivalent to COMP 3200. ACCT 3256/56 Hrs/$383.84 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

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Abnormal Psychology

OL

Prerequisite: Psychology, Introduction to Please bring proof of prerequisite (unofficial transcript or grade report) to the first class. Instructor will be checking them and if the prerequisite is not met you will be asked to withdraw from the class. You will explore the various types of psychopathology or abnormal behaviour as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (published by the American Psychiatric Association). Specifically, you will examine the 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. Equivalent: PSYC 2501. COUN 2550/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Addictions Theory & Practice

Prerequisite: Family & Family Systems, S.S.W. Field Placement I & Seminar, Interviewing Skills 2, Pharmacology & Behaviour, Record Keeping & Report Writing. Please bring proof of prerequisites (unofficial transcripts or grade reports) to the first class. Instructor will be checking them and if the prerequisites are not met you will be asked to withdraw from the class. This advanced course will help you examine the rationale and methodologies used to treat drug dependencies. Equivalent: COUN 3502. COUN 2551/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Advanced Assessment Skills for R.P.N.s NEW

Prerequisite: R.N. or R.P.N. Update and improve your assessment skills. Learn best practice techniques for interviewing, history taking and physical examinations used by nurses in various acute and chronic care settings. Using a systems based approach, you will learn critical manifestations and interventions to ensure the best possible outcomes for your patients. Note: This course is held offsite at Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay. No class October 18. HASS 3550/42Hrs/$287.94 + text(s) Sep 13-Oct 25/Friday/8:00-4:00/Lindsay

Blended Families that Work

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This first-of-its-kind interactive workshop focuses on dynamics unique to blended families and examines many of the specific issues blended families face on a daily basis. The facilitator will work alongside participants to uncover common debilitating obstacles and myths that are major stumbling blocks to a family’s quest for wholeness, while equipping them with knowledge, tools and strategies to help set their family up for success. Throughout the day, participants will work to develop a list of family guidelines unique to their situation, based on honour and respect - key components to facilitating the emotional safety and wellbeing of each family member, allowing each to find their ‘fit’ and collectively, strengthen the unit as a whole. Facilitated by Reverend Gail Kunst. WELL 1062/6 Hrs/$98.31 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

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Coronary Care I

Prerequisite: R.N./R.P.N. Certificate of Competence (bring to first class). Topics include anatomy and physiology of the heart, coronary artery disease, acute myocardial infarction, arrhythmia interpretation, common diagnostic testing, and the nursing implications in caring for cardiac patients. This course is aimed at nurses who want to work in a critical care unit. No class October 14. RN 1552/42 Hrs/$295.04 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 2/Mon/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Crisis Intervention

Prerequisite: Interviewing Skills I. Please bring proof of prerequisite (unofficial transcript or grade report) to the first class. Instructor will be checking them and if the prerequisite is not met you will be asked to withdraw from the class. This course examines crisis intervention theory and its application. The material builds on your general knowledge of counselling and related issues and focuses on concepts central to crisis work. By way of introduction, you will learn to distinguish between long-term counselling and crisis intervention. Potentially violent situations common to Human Service agencies are explored and the concept of professional burnout as a crisis issue is covered in some detail. Equivalent: COUN 2506, SSW 2506. HSC 1500/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Cultural Issues

This course will help you to develop a better understanding of the concerns and issues of culturally diverse clients and their communities. You will gain appreciation for the diversity of cultures and subcultures and their interactions in Canadian society. The course will also provide you with opportunities to look at their personal, as well as professional values, and relationships to clients of culturally diverse views. Equivalent: COUN 1502. No class October 14. PERS 1500/30 Hrs/$217.20 + text(s) Sep 23-Dec 2/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA


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First Aid & CPR Training First Aid and CPR Certification is in accordance with the approved standards of the Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB) and the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). WSIB recognized training provided by Rescue Plus (authorized provider). CPR certification meets the Resuscitation Program standards set by the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada and the American Heart Association. Instruction is provided by Rescue Plus Safety & Injury Prevention Training Specialists (authorized training provider). Course fees include reference manual (provided in class) and wallet certificates (upon course completion).

Donna Boyd ext. 2253 donna.boyd@durhamcollege.ca

CPR for Health Care Providers (C) Emergency First Aid & CPR (C) This course is designed for health care providers such as emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, physicians, dentists, nurses, and respiratory therapists who need a credentialed course. This course is also open to first responders who have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements. Topics include: CPR and AR for adults, children and infants; two-rescuer CPR; foreign-body airway obstruction; automated external defibrillation (AED); heart attack and stroke; bag-valve-mask. Certificate is valid for one year. CPR 1609/6 Hrs/$84.10 Dec 1/Sun/9:10-3:40/OSHAWA

CPR for Health Care Providers (C)-Refresher

This course offers CPR certification at a level of Health Care Providers (C) and is designed for those with previous training in CPR for Health Care Providers. Topics include all components covered in the “CPR for Health Care Providers (C)” course. Certification is valid for one year. CPR 1611/4 Hrs/$67.80 Sep 25/Wed/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

This program is designed to help rescuers recognize and respond to life-threatening emergencies with main focus on airway, breathing, circulation, severe bleeding and wound care. First aid certification is valid for three years from date of completion. CPR 1606/8 Hrs/$98.05 Oct 6/Sun/9:10-5:40/OSHAWA

Standard First Aid & CPR (C)

This program is designed to help rescuers recognize and respond to life-threatening emergencies as well as those with the potential to become so if not treated. CPR 1605/15 Hrs/$115 Sep 7-Sep 8/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Sep 28-Sep 29/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Oct 26-Oct 27/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Nov 23-Nov 24/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Dec 7-Dec 8/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA

Standard First Aid & CPR (C) Refresher

Prerequisite: Must have trained at a level of a two day Standard First Aid and CPR C program within the past three years. The provider and program must be recognized by the WSIB and ILCOR. Proof of previous training must be provided and will be checked by the instructor the day of training. This program offers re-certification in Standard First Aid and CPR C – Infant/Child/ Adult. Certification is valid for three years from date of completion. Course content is a review of all the components of the full two day Standard First Aid and CPR program. CPR 1612/8 Hrs/$90.40 Nov 9/Sat/9:10-5:40/OSHAWA

A list of all topics covered in these courses is available online in each course description.

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14 Health & Community Services Doctor’s Office Procedures

Working knowledge of Windows, Microsoft Word and a minimum keyboarding speed of 30 words per minute. Microsoft Office will be used in class. You are required to purchase headphones and a two GB memory stick for class. This course can be taken as a corequisite to Medical Science 1A. Students without Medical Science 1B will require a good medical dictionary to refer to when filling out forms. Component of the Medical Office Administration certificate program. This course covers office procedures in a doctor’s office or medical clinic, including appointment booking, patient records management, and professional telephone skills development. You will be introduced to the supplies equipment used on an everyday basis in the clinical setting and will also be instructed in professional conduct, confidentiality, medical ethics and appearance, public relations, handling mail, filing systems and procedures, office management and supplies, electronic form completion, and medical law and drug reference books and resources. Equivalent: OFFC 3205. No class October 14. OFFC 2251/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Foot Care - Advanced and Diabetes

Prerequisite: Proof of current R.N./R.P.N. Certificate of Competence (bring to first class). This six-day intense program provides theoretical and supervised practical instruction in non-invasive foot care. The role of the nurse in management of the feet in diabetes, prevention and early detection of diabetes complications through careful assessment will be emphasized. In-class practice will be on each other, so please DO NOT cut your toenails for four-six weeks prior to class. The last day of the program will consist of offsite clinical practice at a local facility. The manual cost is $50, and is mandatory. You may purchase instruments for the program (approx $110) from your instructor in class. RN 5555/48 Hrs/$692.66 Oct 9-Oct 18/Wed-Fri/8:40-4:40/OSHAWA

Hospital Information Systems

As this is a computer course, you will need a working knowledge of Windows and minimum typing speed of 30 words per minute. This course prepares you to assume the practical components of the hospital information system - Meditech Admissions, Order Entry and Community Wide Scheduling Modules. This software is the patient information service used online in many hospitals in Ontario, the rest of Canada and the United States. Equivalent: COMP 4300. COMP 4351/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Hospital Procedures/Medical Records

This course prepares you to assume the responsibilities of a Ward/Unit/Information Clerk in a hospital environment. The content You will learn to describe the main agencies includes hospital procedures, medical speand programs that exist in the social justice, cialties, nursing units, law and ethics, patient criminal and mental health systems in files, and different types of doctors’ orders. Durham Region and apply these descriptions It also introduces common abbreviations and when discussing potential field placements. terminology used in transcribing doctors’ As well, you will learn to describe the orders. Equivalent: OFFC 4205. clientele served by each of the agencies, and OFFC 4255/36 Hrs/$254.04 + text(s) identify potential roles that a social services Sep 19-Dec 5/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA worker could play in these agencies. You will also complete sample forms for Field Placement I, and you will study and apply the process for agency selection. Equivalent: FWKS 1500 and SSWF 1000. This course must be taken in the semester prior to registering for SSW Field Placement 1. No class October 14. HSC 6560/30 Hrs/$217.20 Sep 23-Dec 2/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Field Placement Preparation Social Services Worker

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Interprofessional Psychogeriatric Best Practices

Interprofessional Psychogeriatric Best Practices was developed in collaboration with Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences and Durham College. This 42 hour course is open to all health care providers. Content will include education on the physiology of normal aging, the geriatric giants, best practice assessment and care based on the Canadian Coalition of Seniors Mental Health Best Practices. The underlying framework of the Collaborative Recovery Model will be presented with an explanation of how to embrace the recovery philosophy when caring for older persons living with mental illness. This course will include an eight-hour practicum. For R.N.s and R.P.N.s this course can be used as the elective component of the Mental Health Certificate course. Note: This course will be held offsite at Ontario Shores. No class October 14. NURS 1557/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 9-Dec 16/Mon/6:10-9:10/OFFSITE

Interviewing Skills 1

You will be provided with an introduction to the basic theory and skills necessary for effective interviewing and counselling. A micro-skills approach to intentional counselling is taken. Throughout this course, you use role-play situations to practise skills, concepts, and methods designed to develop concrete competencies in interviewing and counselling. Equivalent: SSW 1500, COUN 1500. COUN 1552/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Issues & Ethics

This course introduces you to the professional, ethical and legal issues facing those working in the human services field. A process for ethical decision-making is explored and applied to a wide variety of complex professional dilemmas. Equivalent: COUN 1501. No class October 14. COUN 1554/30 Hrs/$217.20 + text(s) Sep 16-Nov 25/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA


Health & Community Services Lifeskills Practice

This course covers practical information on the dynamics of life skills coaching. Learning is experiential and, as group members, you are expected to participate in a series of structured group work lessons. Core themes of a standard life skills curriculum for coaches in training are covered to enable all students who complete the course to gain experience with fundamental material. Equivalent: COUN 2504. HSC 1501/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Medical Billing 2

Prerequisite: Medical Billing I. It is strongly recommended Doctor’s Office Procedures be taken prior to Medical Billing. You will learn to successfully submit billings to the Ontario Ministry of Health for payment and to electronically file patient information for quick retrieval and reference. Equivalent: PROG 3201. PROG 3257/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Medical Science 1A

This is the first course you should take in the Medical Office Administration Certificate. You will study medical terminology, anatomy, physiology, pathology, diagnostics, and pharmacology. As well, you will focus on the correct spelling of medical words. Due to the length of the course, Medical Science 1 is divided into two parts; Medical Science 1A and Medical Science 1B. Note: BOTH parts must be completed before proceeding to Medical Science 2 and are Equivalents to: MDSC 1200. The textbook is retained for Medical Science 1B and Medical Science 2. MDSC 1250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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Medical Science 2

Prerequisite: Medical Science 1B, Medical Science. You will further your knowledge from Medical Science 1A and Medical Science 1B. Topics include a continuation of medical terminology, human biology, pathology, diagnostics and pharmacology and their relationship to the remaining body systems. Also, you will focus on the meaning, spelling and pronunciation of medical words. Equivalent: TERM 2200. The textbook is retained from Medical Science 1A and 1B. TERM 2250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Medical Transcription

Prerequisite: Medical Science 1B, Medical Science I This course involves the transcription of medical reports such as histories and physicals, operative reports, and discharge summaries, using Microsoft Word. Prior to the actual transcription of medical material, there will be a brief review of grammar and punctuation rules and medical terminology, along with an introduction to specific rules for medical transcription. This course will also provide you with a brief review of computerized document production such as two-page letters, envelopes, mail merge, memos, and tables. You will also use Dictaphone transcription units, and are required to purchase a set of headphones (available from the Durham College Bookstore). You will perform timed tests throughout the course to help increase your keyboarding speed. Equivalent: TRAN 1202 & TRAN 2204. No class October 17, December 26 and January 2. TRAN 3251/91 Hrs/$598.74 + text(s) Sep 12-Apr 3/Thur/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Mental Health Nursing, Introduction

This introductory course will serve as the theoretical basis for and prerequisite/corequisite for all other courses in the Mental Health Nursing Certificate Program. The focus will be on current trends in mental health, therapeutic relationships with mental health clients, introduction to mental health law, basic knowledge of psychiatric diagnoses, mental status assessments, health teaching and care planning. Pharmacological treatments will also be discussed for each major diagnostic category. NURS 1556/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Music Care Workshop

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Music has been described as the antibiotic of the 21st century. What is it about music that makes it such a powerfully therapeutic agent? How can music become integrated into communities like health care settings, community agencies, faith groups, and schools, to bring healing, comfort and care? This one day workshop will explore these questions, provide guidelines for using music therapeutically, and offer a Music Care approach for caregivers. Workshop fee includes cost of the manual. WELL 1005/6 Hrs/$115.26 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/Oshawa

Perinatal/Obstetrics I

Prerequisite: Proof of current R.N. or R.P.N. Certificate of Competence and B.C.L.S. (bring to first class). This module is designed to explore trends and issues in Family Centred Maternity Care and transcultural nursing. Focus will be on the physiological and psychological changes in pregnancy, intrapartal assessment, fetal health surveillance, initial care and assessment of the newborn as well as theories of attachment, postpartum adaptation and support for early breastfeeding. Community resources available for the client and her family will be identified. There are 12 evening classes and two, 12 hour observational days in a hospital, preferably practicing Perinatal Nursing (LDRP setting). Note: An Entry Immunization form must be completed by your doctor and be approved by the Durham College Health Nurse before you can attend the mandatory observational days at local hospitals. RN 1566/60 Hrs/$401.40 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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16 Health & Community Services FOOD SERVICE WORKER Communication/Customer Service Role of the Food Service Worker Recommended as the first course in the Food Service Worker Certificate program, this course is designed to help develop the effective written and verbal communication skills needed to interact with clients, managers, and co-workers in individual and group settings. FSW 1550/30 Hrs/$217.20 Sep 18-Nov 27/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Nutrition, Introduction for Food Service Worker

You will be given an overview of the nutritional needs and factors affecting food intake throughout the life cycle, with an emphasis on older adults and frail elderly. Upon completion you will be able to identify factors that affect food intake; describe social aspects of meals; understand Canada’s Food Guide, and apply it to basic menu planning principles. No class Oct 14. FSW 1551/24 Hrs/$180.36 + text(s) Sep 23-Nov 18/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Prerequisite: Communication/Customer Service (may be taken as a co-requisite). This course highlights the topics covered throughout the Food Service Worker program and the responsibilities of the food service worker employed in long-term care homes. You will be introduced to food service operations, quality and risk management, ethical issues standards and legislation, customer service, and communication. FSW 1555/24 Hrs/$160.36 + text(s) Sep 26-Nov 14/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Sanitation & Safety

This course covers the essential skills required to handle food and equipment in a safe manner to prevent contamination and food borne illnesses. Topics include personal hygiene, factors of food borne illnesses, safe food handling techniques, legislation, hazard awareness, safe work habits, fire hazards, and WHMIS. FSW 1553/30 Hrs/$217.20 + text(s) Sep 24-Nov 26/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Alternative Dispute Resolution

Equivalent: GNED 1103. GNED 1153/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Natural Disasters

Equivalent: GNED 1506. GNED 1556/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Psychology, Introduction

Equivalent: PSYC 1000. PSYC 1050/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Sociology, Introduction

Equivalent: SOCI 1000. SOCI 1050/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Short History of the World

Equivalent: GNED 1403. GNED 1453/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Full course descriptions are available on page 4 as well as on our website.

Psychology, Introduction to

OL

This course is designed to increase your understanding of the basic principles that underlie behaviour. Through practical examples, you will be introduced to important psychological concepts and key research findings. The course examines such processes as: biology and behaviour, sensation and perception, learning and memory, emotion and motivation, consciousness, and social psychology. Equivalent: PSYC 1000. PSYC 1050/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

R.P.N. Exam Preparation

Social Policy and Administration

Prerequisite: Sociology & Canadian Society, Sociology, Introduction to. Please bring proof of prerequisite (unofficial transcript or grade report) to the first class. The instructor will be checking them and if the prerequisite is not met you will be asked to withdraw from the class. Social Policy & Administration provides an overview of the Canadian social welfare system. The various roles that different professionals play and the interplay of social welfare and other related systems will be clarified. Equivalent: SOCI 1501. SOCI 2551/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

This course is designed to help the graduate practical nurse in preparing to write the Canadian Registered Practical Nurse exam. RPN 0000/24 Hrs/$180.36 + text(s) Dec 2-Dec 4/Mon-Wed/8:40-5:10/OSHAWA

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Wound Care Advanced for Nurses

Copy of Current R.N. or R.P.N. Certificate of Competence (bring to first class). This course is designed for nurses who would like to have an updated class in wound management which will allow them to master evidence-based techniques from prevention to intervention. Topics include biology of wound repair and healing, anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of wounds, staging, Braden score, and the wound healing model. An innovative and comprehensive approach to acute and chronic wounds will be explored, while looking at the current products available. RN 1565/42 Hrs/$305.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA


Justice Questions about Justice courses? 905.721.2000 | 1.888.627.1191

Program Assistant

Laurel Kimball ext. 2260 laurel.kimball@durhamcollege.ca

Program Officer

Sandra Meader ext. 2496 sandra.meader@durhamcollege.ca Online contact 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

The following Justice course(s) are available Online ONLY. Advanced Security Alcohol and Gaming Border Services By-Law Enforcement Canadian Criminal Justice System Canadian Law and Provincial Legislation Career Preparation - PFP/PSI Community Policing I Computer/Keyboarding Skills I & II Conflict Management Corrections Criminal Code and Civil Law Criminal Code and Federal Statutes Crisis Intervention Customer Service and Ethics Diversity and First Nations Peoples Dynamics of Conflict Emergency Management - EMR Enforcement Procedures Fitness I, II & III Interpersonal and Group Dynamics Interviewing and Investigations Investigation and Evidence Investigation and Surveillance Police Powers I & II Politics and Public Administration Principles of Ethical Reasoning Provincial Offences Provincial Offences and Evidence Research Skills - EMR Security Guard Training Stress, Wellness and Nutrition Traffic Management Youth in Conflict with the Law

911 and Police Dispatch

Prerequisite: APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator, Computer Keyboarding Skills I This hands-on course is for dispatchers interested in working with the police. It teaches you about the law and the policies and procedures specific to police telephone operators. You will apply your knowledge and skills in multiple simulations focusing on workstation operations and computer aided dispatch. Other topics include the responsibilities of police officers, communicators and supervisors. Equivalent: DISP 2354. Course is only offered once a year. DISP 2352/42 Hrs/$315.88 Sep 24-Dec 10/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

911 Field Observation

Prerequisite: All theory courses plus proof of current CPR/First Aid Certificate and proof of current criminal record check (no convictions). Please contact the Continuing Education Office at 905.721.2000 ext. 2496 once you have completed all the requirements as this course will only be offered if we have sufficient enrolment. Deadline for fall is September 3 at 4:30 p.m. Registrations will be closed at that time. You are only at the College for the two dates noted. The remainder of the course will be offsite at various locations. FWK 2361/42 Hrs/$284.94 Sep 25-Dec 11/Wed/6:30-9:30/OFFSITE

APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator OL

This course was designed by the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials to provide standardized training to help you gain the skills you need to work as a telephone operator and dispatcher in either an emergency or non-emergency setting. Taught by a certified APCO trainer, you will receive certification from APCO International upon successful completion. A minimum of 80% on the final exam is required to pass. The APCO exam authorization is included and must be presented to qualify for writing the APCO certification exam. Equivalent: DISP 1300. Please be advised that the textbook package contains special material which must be used to write the final exam. Used copies of the textbook will not contain this special material. DISP 1350/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 4/Wed/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

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Applied Ambulance/Fire Dispatch

Prerequisite: APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator, Computer Keyboarding Skills I This is a hands-on course for dispatchers looking for employment in the emergency services field. It introduces you to the law, policies and procedures specific to ambulance and fire call takers. You will learn the role of fire and ambulance (Emergency Medical Service) services in the overall public safety picture. As well, you will examine the communicator’s role in the delivery of effective service. Course is only offered once a year. DISP 2353/42 Hrs/$315.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Psychology, Introduction

A component of the Police Foundations, and the Protection, Security & Investigation Diplomas this course provides you with an understanding of why people think and act as they do. Equivalent: PFP 102. PFP 0102/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Sensitivity Training

Canadian culture is a term that is constantly evolving. Our vibrant mosaic is constantly shaped by the multitude of cultures, practices, traditions and beliefs of our increasingly diverse population. Inclusiveness, sensitivity and acceptance are the cornerstone of our society. This course addresses issues relating to personal prejudice, stereotyping, recognition of myths and barriers to an inclusive society. This course will benefit anyone who works with the general public but is crucial for first responders. Equivalent: SENT 1301. SENT 1351/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Sociology and Canadian Society

In this component of the Police Foundations and the Protection, Security and Investigation Diplomas you will adopt a sociological orientation and theoretical foundation for analysis of social events. Equivalent: PFP 103. PFP 0103/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

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AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATING WITH THE DEAF

905.721.2000 | 1.888.627.1191

Program Assistant

Laurel Kimball ext. 2260 laurel.kimball@durhamcollege.ca

Upon successful completion of all levels of American Sign Language you may apply for a Durham College Certificate.

Program Officer

Sandra Meader ext. 2496 sandra.meader@durhamcollege.ca Online contact 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

The following course is available Online ONLY. Japanese

Chinese - Mandarin 1

This is an introductory course for anyone who has the desire to pursue fluency in the Mandarin Chinese language. A strong emphasis will be placed on pronunciation, listening and comprehension, and being able to smoothly and comfortably speak basic Chinese in a Chinese environment. You will also be introduced to reading and writing Chinese. This course is especially recommended for those who want the challenge of learning a new language. Textbook for the Pickering class must be either purchased at the Oshawa bookstore or ordered online for shipment to your home or the Pickering campus. No class October 14. LANG 1961/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 16/Mon/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Dutch 1

Considering brushing up on your Dutch Language skills? Wondering how you can better communicate with your relatives in the Netherlands? Sign up for this course and be reintroduced to the language of our ancestors. We will focus on vowels, consonants, syllables, verbs, nouns, and sentence structures using lots of games and group activities. A student handbook will help you to remember all that you have learned. This class is fun and interactive with lots of opportunities learning, practicing and sharing. LANG 1905/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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American Sign Language 101

This course is for those who have no knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL). You will learn the basics of ASL including vocabulary, non-manual signals, grammar and syntax. Learn to exchange personal information, identify others, give simple directions and talk about living situations and leisure activities and more. This course will also include an introduction to the Deaf culture. Course covers units one to three in the Signing Naturally Level 1 Curriculum. The textbook is required for first class. ASL 1550/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

American Sign Language 102

Prerequisite: ASL101 Communicating with Deaf This course is a continuation of American Sign Language (ASL 101). Focus will be on conversational sign language. You will learn to talk about family and everyday activities; as well you will learn about ASL storytelling and get the opportunity to develop your own story in class. Course covers units four to six in the Signing Naturally Level 1 Curriculum. ASL 2550/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

German 2

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Prerequisite: German In this level you will expand your vocabulary, enhance your reading and writing skills and learn to communicate more by asking and giving directions, talking more about yourself and the past, your work, taking trips and expressing wishes. LANG 2900/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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American Sign Language 201

Prerequisite: ASL103 Communicating with Deaf This is the first course of Level 2. You will learn to locate things around the house, complain, and make suggestions and requests. Course covers units 13 and 14 in the Signing Naturally Level 2 Curriculum. No Class October 14. ASL 5552/36 Hrs/$254.04 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

American Sign Language 203

Prerequisite: ASL 202 Communicating with Deaf In this final course of ASL Level 2 you will learn to talk about activities, make plans, tell about disruptions and give opinions. The course will also include an extensive review of materials and concepts covered throughout the Level 2 courses. As well you will learn more about Deaf cultural values, behaviours and norms. Course covers units 17 and CR (Cumulative Review) 13 - 17 in the Signing Naturally Level 2 Curriculum. ASL 7552/36 Hrs/$254.04 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 4/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Italian 2

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Prerequisite: Italian for Beginners This is a continuation of skills developed in the Beginners’ Italian course. Additional vocabulary is acquired by continuing the emphasis on the oral aspect of the language. In addition, grammar concepts are refined with the inclusion of the past and future verb tenses to further facilitate communication in the language. Individual instruction, group interaction and your ability determine the rate of progress. LANG 2956/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA


Languages FRENCH Upon successful completion of all levels of French you may apply for a Durham College Cerfificate. See page 92 for more information.

French 1

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The objective of this course is to enable you to gain confidence in the knowledge and application of the French language by using simple structures and vocabulary. You will learn to share information about yourself and be able to ask basic questions of those around you. One of the topics explored is the home environment while acquiring the skills to describe yourself and family members in the present tense. 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. LANG 1952/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

French 3

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French 4

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Prerequisite: French 2 At this level the progressive acquisition, reinforcement and creative use of language structures will quickly give you the confidence to express yourself. You will be inspired by the anecdotes of authors from French-speaking Canada which will serve as models for the final task. At the end of this level your language skills should begin to be more fluid having acquired not only more vocabulary but more interesting language structures. LANG 3952/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:40-9:40/PICKERING

Prerequisite: French 3 Level four provides a more rigorous apOL French 2 proach to vocabulary and grammatical Prerequisite: French 1 structures with every class and expands on Through systematic exercises you will the everyday situations you have practiced move on from the level one present tense at earlier levels. You will concentrate on exand near future to the past tense. You will pressing yourself correctly and distinguishsustain development of your language skills ing between the past, present and future by extending your vocabulary with regard to tenses. all activities after work such as; weekends, LANG 4952/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) leisure, sports, and holidaying abroad. At the Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA end of this level, you will be able to share more extensively the activities enjoyed at home as well as describe a real or imagined past holiday in a French speaking country. LANG 2952/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

French 5

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Prerequisite: French 4 The objective of this course is to expose you to the full diversity of the French language. This is done with the support of everyday political, social and cultural topics relevant to the countries where the target language is spoken. At the end of this course you will have discussed and researched current affairs of French-speaking Canada, given an opinion, given advice; expressed regret to hypothetical actions in the past, as well as applied verb tenses that establish sequential order to past actions. LANG 5952/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Français Écrit OL

Prerequisite: French 5 The aim of this last course in the French Certificate Program is to review and further enhance the most important written structures of the French language. The student will be able to apply appropriate grammar and use a wide range of vocabulary accurately and effectively. LANG 1966/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Textbooks for Pickering classes must be either purchased at the Oshawa Bookstore or ordered online for shipment to your home or the Pickering campus.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma students who have successfully completed French grades nine to grade twelve or OAC, Academic or Open level international language program may apply for credit for Durham College’s levels one and two. For more information and a credit application form, go to our website and click on “Where do I find?”. If you have some background in French and want to challenge a level please check the information on Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) on our website under “Where do I find?” in the navigation bar. All levels are challengeable except for French 5 and Français Écrit.

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20 Languages SPANISH Upon successful completion of all levels of Spanish you may apply for a Durham College Recognition of Achievement. See page 112 for more information.

Spanish 1

In this introductory course you will begin to understand, read, write and speak Spanish. Topics include grammar and Hispanic culture and literature. Translation exercises will be included. This course is ideal for people who travel to Spanish speaking countries. You will use Spanish about 40% of the time in class. LANG 1953/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Why Durham? SafeWalk teams will be available to accompany students to their vehicles at the Oshawa campus. Monday - Thursday 7 - 11 p.m. Additional teams are available during Wednesday & Friday evenings 8:30 p.m. - 2:30 a.m.

Spanish 3

Prerequisite: Spanish 2 You will learn to communicate at a more advanced level and participate actively in class. The focus will be on conversational grammar, translations, and Hispanic culture and literature. You will use Spanish about 80% of the time in class. LANG 3953/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Spanish 4

Spanish 2

Prerequisite: Spanish 1 You will expand your vocabulary and enhance your reading and writing skills. As well, you will focus on developing your ability to converse in Spanish. Topics include grammar, Hispanic literature and translation. You will use Spanish about 50% of the time in class. LANG 2953/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Prerequisite: Spanish 3 You will gain an advanced proficiency, focusing on grammar, conversation, translations and Hispanic culture and literature. You will use Spanish about 90% of the time in class. LANG 4953/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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to which it pertains. Although it is the most current and accurate information available at the time of printing, updated course offerings are available online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

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Program Assistant

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Program Officer

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Anger Management

Learn communication strategies for use within the family, marriage, home, work or community. Understand the difference between aggressive, passive and assertive behaviour. Learn how to cope, problem solve and resolve conflicts. This program has been accepted for certain individuals in regards to court orders. Facilitated by Tamra Laughlin, R.N., BScN, CPMHN (C). HLTH 1905/6 Hrs/$128.82 Nov 16/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Animal Care for Pet Owners

NEW The perfect course for all pet owners, new and seasoned! This workshop will answer many common questions and concerns about proper pet care. From the A (alternative therapies) to Z (zoonotic diseases) and in between, become a more knowledgeable and confident pet owner! Facilitated by an experienced Registered Veterinary Technician. ANIM 1907/6 Hrs/$123.17 Nov 16/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Astronomy

In this practical introduction to astronomical observing, you will discover the realm of the stars, the constellations they define, and the planets and deep space objects that are found within them. You will learn how to choose binoculars and telescopes to expand your reach. Take advantage of cloudless nights to trace the constellations with the aid of your planisphere, and study the cycles visible in the sky with the unaided eye. A special outdoor session of stargazing, held offsite, complements the indoor instruction. LEIS 1948/14 Hrs/$131.06 Sep 26-Nov 7/Thur/7:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Lunch is included

Supply lists are available online for downloading under the course description.

Cake Decorating 1

Learn the professional way to ice and decorate a cake using butter cream icing. Learn to make roses, shells and writing on cakes for any occasion such as birthdays, showers or anniversaries. Only a Wilton “Decorating Basics” kit is required the first night of class plus one tub of Wilton white decorator icing. You will earn a Wilton Certificate upon successful completion. BAKE 1900/10 Hrs/$99.70 Sep 25-Oct 23/Wed/7-9/WHITBY

Cake Decorating 2

Techniques such as piped flowers, basket weave and colour flow will be introduced. Learn to make edible ornaments and cake toppers. There will also be an introduction to fondant. A Wilton “Flowers and Cake Design” kit is required for this course. A Wilton Certificate will be earned on successful completion. BAKE 2900/12 Hrs/$112.68 Nov 6-Dec 11/Wed/7-9/WHITBY

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Caricature 101

Learn what a caricature is and how to create a caricature drawing in this two day workshop. You will draw from photographs as well as each other in addition to reviewing the work of various caricature artists. Please bring a variety of drawing materials including black and white felt pens, pencils, (colour optional), as well as a sketchbook or good supply of drawing paper size 8.5” x 14” recommended. Facilitated by Rob Westall, a professional member of the International Society of Caricature Artists. Check out his website at oddnogginz@ruralwave.ca. DRAW 1901/12 Hrs/$146.90 Sep 21-Sep 28/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Creative Writing

This overview of creative writing can fuel the writing in you. Explore both fiction and nonfiction writing techniques, how to polish your work for publication and various potential markets for your finished pieces. No class October 14. WRIT 1900/36 Hrs/$254.04 Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Culinary Nutrition

NEW

Culinary Theory I

NEW

Society has become increasingly conscious about how food choices affect our health and well-being. This course will enable you to develop a foundational knowledge of basic nutrition and the effects of food on the human body. Contemporary menus will be planned with consideration of factors such as access to quality products and ingredients, costs, guest tastes and dietary requirements. Equivalent: NUTR 2200. NUTR 2250/28 Hrs/$204.92 + text(s) Sep 19-Nov 14/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Whether you aspire to be a cook, baker or professional chef, a sound grasp of the fundamental theories and principles of food and baking preparation is essential. You will learn about the organization of a professional kitchen, culinary terminology and professional cooking equipment. The classification, origin and quality of basic ingredients will be examined with an emphasis on local ingredients, weights and measures and baking methods. Equivalent: CULI 1200. CULI 1250/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

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22 Life & Leisure Didgeridoo - Learn To Play

Learn the basic techniques of playing the didgeridoo. Hands-on instruction and demonstration will be used to give you a strong foundation in the fundamental techniques. Experience the added benefit of better breathing techniques, stress-relief and relaxation through playing music on this unique instrument. An ABS-pipe didgeridoo can be purchased from the instructor for a cost of $10 (not included in tuition and payable to the instructor on the first night of class) or bring your own. How to shop for a didgeridoo and what to look for in a good playing ‘didj’ will be included during the first class. Fitting, molding and tuning the mouth piece will also be covered. No class October 14. MUSC 1921/8 Hrs/$119.28 Sep 23-Nov 18/Mon/7:10-8:10/OSHAWA

Floral Arrangements

Learn how to make centrepieces, corsages, vase arrangements and more using fresh flowers. Flowers will be supplied for the first seven weeks; you will be required to purchase your own flowers for week eight. You will make and take home an arrangement each class. This course is taught by an FTD Certified Senior Designer. Please bring scissors, a small paring knife and wire cutters to each class. Registration will be closed three days prior to start date. No Class October 14. CRFT 1909/16 Hrs/$268.24 Sep 23-Nov 18/Mon/6:30-8:30/OSHAWA

Floral Arrangements: Advanced

Prerequisite: Floral Arrangements: Silk & Dried, Floral Arrangements: Wedding The last course in the Floral Arrangements Series. A “Confirmation of Completion” for Estate Planning - Plan Your successfully completing the Floral Design Series will be granted to those who have Legacy successfully taken all four subjects. Topics Learn how to keep more money in your include various sympathy arrangements as pocket and minimize taxes. Topics that will be covered are; a system that will save time well as how to take an order. In addition you will design a high style contemporary and money through clean record keeping; the duties and obligations of an executor or arrangement and learn proper care and handtrustee; a clear understanding of will/power ling of fresh flowers and plants. Supplies are of attorney and also what needs to be done provided for the first six weeks. Week seven to minimize the probate process. Charitable you will be required to purchase your own flowers and supplies. This course is taught giving will be discussed and how it could actually ease the tax burden on your estate by an FTD Certified Senior Designer. Please remember to bring scissors, wire cutters and leave a lasting legacy in your name. and a small paring knife to each class. Note: MONY 1911/6 Hrs/$123.17 Registration will be closed three days prior to Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA start date. CRFT 3929/14 Hrs/$480.96 Event Planning Sep 25-Nov 6/Wed/6:30-8:30/OSHAWA Whether for a wedding, charity event, family reunion or a trade show, join us to discover the fascinating world of event management. Guitar Techniques: Flat Picking An ideal course for the beginner and Learn techniques and secrets of staging a intermediate guitar player alike, covering all successful event, including audience identhe basic habits needed to play well. With tification, creating your theme and agenda, scheduling for success, working with venues an emphasis on chording, strumming and melody you will learn how to play songs and suppliers as well as marketing your event. Discuss the various career opportun- from a variety of popular music styles. Country, bluegrass, pop and rock accompaniities for event planners. ment techniques will be demonstrated and LEIS 1076/6 Hrs/$126.56 explained in an easy-to-understand way. Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA Bring along an acoustic guitar. No class October 14. MUSC 1901/20 Hrs/$180.12 Sep 23-Dec 2/Mon/7:10-9:10/OSHAWA

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Guitar: Blues and Jazz

This is truly a very unique and rarely taught guitar course in that it is designed for the player who has been playing for several years, yet feels stuck in a rut, and wants to take their guitar playing to a new level. Students enrolling for this course already feel comfortable at playing movable chords up and down the neck, can play some rock, some blues, have done a little soloing and feel it’s time to move on to more challenging material. In this course you will learn new ways of looking at the guitar that will take you out of the rut of playing things the same old tired way. You will learn different approaches to playing the blues along with how to create a jazzier sound. Your knowledge of chords will be increased by learning how to play chords such as 9ths and 13ths, learning what is meant by extensions and alterations as well as more about advanced chord progressions. You will also learn how to improve your soloing skills by learning how to get the most out of the pentatonic scales and modes. By completing this course you will gain greater confidence in your playing ability and develop the skills necessary in order to jam and perform more effectively with other musicians. It is recommended that you bring your electric guitar only (this is not a suitable course for acoustic guitar). No amp is needed. An additional $40 materials fee is to be paid to the instructor at the first class. No class October 14. MUSC 1914/20 Hrs/$180.12 Sep 23-Dec 2/Mon/7:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Healthy Home Renovations

NEW The Provincial Government has created the Healthy Home Renovation Tax Credit to encourage, and assist, Ontarians who want to stay in their current home as long as possible. With a shortage of adequate housing for seniors, this is an important first step in addressing this need. But what changes do you need to make for yourself, or for your parents? What are the best and most practical renovations to make? This workshop will outline the renovations covered by the HHRTC and will provide participants with information on the aging process and how to make the best renovations for their needs. HOME 1931/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA


Life & Leisure HUNTER EDUCATION Canadian Firearms Safety

This course deals with non-restricted firearms. You will be given the opportunity to perform practical exercises using actual firearms. The exam (P.A.L.) provided at the end of this course is the exam required to prove you qualify for a firearms license. The exam fee is approximately $35 and not included in the tuition. Classes run 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. on day one and 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. on day two but be prepared to stay until the written exam and practical test are completed. The manual is an additional cost of $15 payable to the instructor on the first day of class. HUNT 1903/11 Hrs/$150 Sep 21-Sep 22/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Oct 26-Oct 27/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Dec 7-Dec 8/Sat/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA

Canadian Restricted Firearms

Prerequisite: Canadian Firearms Safety which must have been completed WITHIN the last 12 months to the day (no exceptions). Proof of completion of the Canadian Firearms Safety COURSE (not license) is required at start of class. This program covers restricted firearms (handguns). You will learn all about firearms through lectures, demonstrations and practical exercises using actual firearms. The exam (P.A.L.) provided at the end of this course is the exam required to prove you qualify for a restricted firearms license. The exam fee is approximately $35 and not included in the tuition. The optional manual is an additional cost of $15 payable to the instructor on the first day of class. HUNT 2903/7 Hrs/$110 Nov 17/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA Dec 1/Sun/9:10-5:10/OSHAWA

Hunter Education

If you want to obtain a hunting license, you will need to take this course. Topics include laws and regulations, wildlife identification and management, survival, and bow hunting. The exam available at the end is the required exam to obtain your hunter’s license. Note: In addition to the Hunter Education course you must provide proof that you have taken and passed the Canadian Firearms Safety course in order to hunt with a firearm (rifle or shotgun). The manual & exam is an additional cost of $47 payable to the instructor on the first day of class. HUNT 2904/16 Hrs/$175.15 Oct 7-Oct 10/Mon-Thur/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Improv for Everyone

This course is for the improv novice wishing to explore the world of spontaneity as well as anyone with some improv experience wishing to hone his or her skills. There will be an overview of the basics of improv with an introduction to more advanced character and scene work. This course is ideal if you work with people. Emphasis will be on listening and communication, team work, thinking on your feet, releasing inhibitions, getting out of your head and relearning the art of play. If you are someone looking for something new and enjoy laughing, this course is for you. The instructor, Stephanie Herrera, has been performing, directing and teaching improv to all ages, in both corporate and school settings, for more than 10 years. She has been awarded a THEA for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, and the 2012 “Business of the Year” award from the Durham Home and Small Business Association and “Business for the Arts” award from the Scugog Arts Council. She has also received nominations for a Latin American Achievement Award, Durham Region Creative Arts Award, as well as a Canadian Comedy Award. She created the improv community in Durham Region with regular improv shows, interactive dinner theatre, and opened her own theatre in Oshawa. She can be seen regularly on Rogers TV on her talk show: “Stephanie’s Comedy Chat”. COMM 2056/27 Hrs/$198.78 Sep 19-Nov 14/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Improv on the Fly

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Income Tax for Small Business

A general overview of Canadas income tax rules for individuals who are operating a small business as a sole proprietor or partnership. Discussions will include the calculation of business income, calculations for the business deductions and taxes payable. To get the most from this workshop, please bring a calculator, pencils and paper to class. Facilitated by a tax specialist. MONY 1928/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Income Tax: Personal

A general overview of Canada’s income tax rules for individuals who are employed. Discussions will include the calculation of employment income, federal tax credits and taxes payable. To get the most from this workshop, please bring a calculator, pencils and paper to class. Facilitated by a tax specialist. MONY 1926/6 Hrs/$123.17 Nov 16/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Investing: A Beginner’s Guide

This workshop is intended for people with no prior knowledge, or understanding, of investing. The objective is to provide a basic understanding of investment concepts, presented in simple, jargon free, language. A key focus will be on explaining the different risks that exist with every investment type. The intent of the course is to equip you with enough knowledge to have a more informed discussion with your Financial Advisor. MONY 1927/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Journal M.A.G.I.C.

NEW

Learn how the benefits and process of meditation, affirmations, gratitude, intenNo time for the full course? Then join us tions and connections can increase the for a one day condensed workshop on the magic in your life. Using Journal M.A.G.I.C., skills of improv: communication, listening, a newly released workbook created by the spontaneity, and creativity. Participants will course presenter, you will be guided through be introduced to Whose Line is it Anyway? style games and will learn the skills improvis- this five step process and group discussion. ers work with on the fly. Facilitated by award Facilitated by Martez Schembri-Diskey, RMT owner of Hands on Health Care. For more winning artist Stephanie Herrera. information on Martez check out her website COMM 1950/6 Hrs/$123.17 at www.handsonhealthcare.org. An addiOct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA tional materials fee of $20 for the workbook is to be paid to the instructor in class. Please bring a pen or pencil. WELL 1026/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

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24 Life & Leisure MOTORCYCLE TRAINING

For a list of dates, or more information, please see the website. www.durhamcollege.ca/coned | 905.721.3330 Motorcycle, Intro M2

Prerequisite: 16 years of age or older and an M1 permit that MUST be valid for the duration of the course. You MUST show your M1 permit the first class to be allowed entry. The M1 permit is a 90-day permit to ride a motorcycle and is issued by the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) upon successful completion of a written multiple choice test. This “Gearing Up” course is recognized by the MTO, and is endorsed by the Canada Safety Council and Insurance Advisory Organization. Since its inception in 1974, it has gained recognition as the finest rider-training program anywhere in the world. The focus of the course is on providing you with motorcycle safety information and skills required to advance from the M1 permit to the M2 license. You will be in class for five hours (theory) and on a motorcycle for 14 hours practicing basic and advanced manoeuvres. Topics include: balancing and braking, collision avoidance, emergency braking, cold starting, pattern riding, correct gear changing, clutch operation, control synchronization and much more. The course INCLUDES your MTO motorcycle road test. We provide the training motorcycles. Weekend classes run Friday, 7-10 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Weekday classes run Monday, 7-10 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Weeknight classes run the Friday before the Monday, 7-10 p.m.; Monday to Thursday, 6-10 p.m. Classes run rain or shine. If you already have your M license but are looking for a refresher course, or one to reduce your insurance rates, this is the course you should take. If you wish to register for the same class with another person, it is strongly recommended that you both register at the same time by phone or in person. SPRT 1918/19 Hrs/$472

Motorcycle, Advanced M2 Exit*

Prerequisite: Ministry of Transportation (MTO) M2 license which you have held for a MINIMUM of 22 months and MAXIMUM of five years (no exceptions). Note: if you have taken the Introduction M2 course, the minimum is reduced to 18 months. This course is recognized by the MTO and is designed for the experienced street rider who wants to gain a permanent motorcycle license and learn safety management techniques. The course combines both theory and practical training on the road on your bike. The course INCLUDES your MTO motorcycle road test. You will learn defensive driving techniques, refresh your low speed skills, learn vehicle control, perform in traffic situations, practice high speed pattern riding and ride using advanced riding procedures. You must provide a ROADWORTHY two-wheeled motorcycle that can reach at least 100 kilometers per hour, proof of ownership and insurance and your valid M2 license. If you borrow a motorcycle, you must provide a photocopy of the owner’s insurance and ownership. Class runs Friday 6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. (make certain that you come ready to ride on Friday night with your motorcycle and riding gear); Saturday either 7 a.m.-noon or noon-5 p.m. and Sunday for your one-hour road test between the hours of 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. Classes run rain or shine. If you already have your M license but are looking for a refresher course or one to reduce your insurance rates you should take the Introduction M2 course (SPRT 1918) and not the Advanced M (SPRT 2918). SPRT 2918/10 Hrs/$438

* Note: For Introduction M2 and Advanced M2 Exit You must provide the following: your own safety approved helmet, gloves (with fingers and cover the wrist), leather boots that cover the ankle, ballistic nylon, leather or jean pants and jacket. When registering, please provide an email address, as an informational email will be sent to you the week of your scheduled course. Note: Refund requests must be received at least three working days prior to the start of your scheduled course. Refunds are subject to a $30 administration fee. Training is at our Whitby Campus located at 1610 Champlain Avenue.

You must register in the same name that appears on your driver’s license. Seats fill quickly, so register early.

Credit card registration 905.721.3000


Life & Leisure PAINTING All painting courses are taught by award winning artist, Karin Isenburg CSPWC (Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour). For more information on Karin visit her website at www.karinisenburg.com. Supply lists are available on our website as part of your course description.

Landscaping Your Home

If you are a homeowner who has little or no experience in planning a home landscape, this course can help you get started. Topics include: annuals, perennials, interlocking stone installation, retaining walls and step construction, trees, shrubs and evergreens. Facilitated by a Certified Horticultural Technician. No class October 14. HORT 1900/15 Hrs/$125.10 Sep 16-Oct 28/Mon/6:40-9:10/PICKERING

Money Management - For Life!

Money problems affect every aspect of our lives, and often lead to divorce, bankruptcy and even poverty. You deserve better! In this comprehensive course you will see planned spending as an exciting way to improve your quality of life based on how you want to live. We will discuss many aspects of personal money management including; the flow of money, pitfalls, prioritizing, waste and much more. Most importantly you will learn how to create a master plan for your personal spending, a two month budget and the step by step process of how to overhaul your financial situation based on your goals. Packed with real examples this course will develop your skills so that you become empowered to confidently decide on money matters for yourself, not just from what the professionals tell you. “This course applies to households with any range of income!” MONY 1921/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Class full?

Painting: Realistic and Bold Watercolour

Learn to paint luminous, vibrant watercolour paintings using a new layering technique. Layering, flowing washes and colour mixing will be the foundation of this course. Our subject matter will be still life during this session in order to learn the various techniques in a simple format. You will also be shown a number of watercolour tips to add to your understanding of the medium. For beginner or more experienced artists, this course will move you to a new level of realistic painting. Photo references will be supplied. PAIT 1921/24 Hrs/$180.36 Sep 24-Nov 12/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Painting: Watercolour Beginner

This course will give you a foundation in watercolour painting. Learn colour theory, colour mixing and paint consistency for various applications. Various techniques are discussed and practiced. You will be shown a number of helpful hints to help you achieve the results you are seeking and give you an even better understanding of this wonderful medium. Bright and bold is the direction we will be taking. Photo references will be supplied but artists are encouraged to bring their own subject matter. PAIT 1914/24 Hrs/$180.36 Sep 26-Nov 14/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Lunch is included

Painting: Mixed Media

Explore watercolour paint, chalk pastels, Indian ink and watercolour pencils all in one painting. These four mediums work extremely well together and melt together to give a glow that is impossible to get with watercolour alone. This fun way to explore new mediums and also correct some old watercolour rejects, will keep you going long after the workshop. PAIT 1939/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Painting: Watercolour Glazing

Glazing layers of colour brings watercolour painting to a new level. Learn the theory behind glazing and then put it into practice. This is the beginning of learning how to glaze and a foundation that will enrich your painting skills. Once learned this technique can be used in any genre the artist chooses, such as portrait, still life, landscape and abstract. This workshop will also prepare you for the Advanced Watercolour Glazing Workshop. PAIT 1926/6 Hrs/$123.17 Nov 16/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Add yourself to the waitlist. All you need is an email address and we’ll notify you, by email, if a spot becomes available.

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26 Life & Leisure PHOTOGRAPHY Photography: Digital SLR 1

Music Theory for the Musician

(formerly Music Theory) This unique very rarely taught ten week course is ideal for the individual who has already spent considerable time in learning how to play a musical instrument (vocal included) but would like to learn more about the rules of music, or music theory, that governs how and why music is written and performed the way it is. Music theory goes beyond just being a bunch of rules for music. Having a strong understanding gives you greater confidence in your performing skills freeing you to be able to think more creatively by eliminating the guess work of what and how to play. Although this course is suitable for anyone who is into playing Rock, Jazz, Blues or any other form of modern music, it is not a suitable course for those who are following the Royal Conservatory requirements in classical music. Those who would benefit the most from taking this course would be those who currently play in a band, write and perform their own music, are looking to attend a full time music program in the future, attempting to pursue a career as a musician or just think of themselves as a serious part-time musician and want to learn more. Some of the topics covered include scales, modes, harmonized scales, chord nomenclature, identifying important chord progressions such as the II-V-I, the 12 bar blues format, chord substitutions, alterations and extensions, the basics behind how to improvise, rhythm and ear training. An additional $30 materials fee is to be paid to the instructor at the first class. MUSC 1913/20 Hrs/$155.80 Sep 25-Nov 27/Wed/7:10-9:10/OSHAWA

This hands-on, comprehensive introductory to digital photography course will teach you how to properly use your “digital single lens reflex (SLR)” camera in order to improve, your pictures. All aspects of your cameras operation and internal menu settings will be covered. You will learn about proper digital workflow, obtaining the proper exposure, the best settings on your camera to use in order to capture the image correctly, which lens to use in various situations, how to use your camera’s flash properly, composing your shots for the most impact, and valuable tips and tricks to get the most out of your photo taking experience, no matter the subject that you like to shoot. Bring your digital camera and your camera’s manual to class. No class October 14. PHOT 1931/36 Hrs/$261.04 Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Photography: Wedding & Portrait

This hands-on course will introduce you to the various aspects, both technical and creative, in the art of photographing people as it applies to wedding and portrait taking. Emphasis will be placed on controlling lighting, posing, and the creative process. You will need a digital SLR camera with external flash. You must have a basic understanding of how to operate your camera as well as basic knowledge of the principles of photography. You will have an opportunity to work in both a studio and outdoor setting using models. No point and shoot cameras please. PHOT 1908/36 Hrs/$284.04 Sep 18-Dec 4/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

NEW This one day, hands-on introductory photography workshop will give you practice in honing your skills while photographing the fall colours at several locations throughout the day. You will learn the secrets to good landscape photography, what camera settings to use, compositional elements, the importance of lighting, and creative tips to make your photographs more interesting and impactful. In the afternoon, you will be given a brief introduction to the Digital Darkroom with Adobe Photoshop CS and learn the basics with regard to manipulating your images in order to improve your photos. Bring your digital camera, camera manual, and a device to save your images on once edited. Class goes rain or shine, so dress appropriately. This class is for both point and shoot and digital SLR cameras. PHOT 1935/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Photography: Point and Shoot Camera Made Easy

In this beginner’s digital photography workshop, designed to introduce you to the technical and creative aspects of using your point & shoot camera, you will learn the proper way to use your camera’s settings menus to create “photographs” rather than simply taking just a “snap shot”. Valuable tips and tricks will be shared that will help improve your images. Bring your digital point & shoot camera and your camera’s manual to class. No Digital SLR cameras please. PHOT 1932/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Photography: Starting a Business

Lunch is included

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Photography: Fall Colours

This one day workshop is designed to give you an insight into setting up and running your own business. You’ll get valuable tips and advice from an expert who turned a part-time hobby into a full-time photography business. PHOT 1936/6 Hrs/$123.17 Nov 16/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA


Life & Leisure SEWING You will need a sewing machine for all Sewing courses except Pattern Making. The College will provide a sewing machine during class if required; however, these are not available for any home assignments. You will need a sewing machine of your own, in good repair, in order to complete the required home assignments. There may be additional costs depending on your choices for project supplies. Please bring a notebook to the first class. Upon successful completion of all courses in the Program of Study, you may apply for a Durham College Certificate. See page 111 for more information.

Sewing 2

Sewing - Alterations

Prerequisite: Sewing-Pattern Making 1 Learn how to alter ready-made garments and patterns to achieve the correct fit. You will also learn to make corrections to patterns and to solve individual figure and fitting needs. Emphasis is on custom fitting and alterations. SEW 3901/36 Hrs/$261.04 Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Sewing 1

Develop your sewing skills as you learn how to create your own garment with professionally finished seams, waistline, pocket, zipper and hem. You will learn the basics of your sewing machine, fabrics and patterns, sewing language, and garment construction order. There will be additional costs depending on your choices for project supplies. Please bring a notebook to the first class. No class October 14. SEW 1900/30 Hrs/$224.20 Sep 16-Nov 25/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Prerequisite: Sewing 1 Continue developing and perfecting your sewing skills as you create a new garment with professionally finished collar, sleeves with cuffs, front closures, buttonholes and new hem finishes. You will also construct a tailor’s ham for your own use. There will be additional costs depending on your choices for project supplies. Please bring a notebook to the first class. SEW 2900/30 Hrs/$224.20 Sep 18-Nov 20/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Sewing 4

Prerequisite: Sewing 3 This course incorporates all the sewing knowledge and skills developed in previous levels to construct a high quality woman’s suit jacket. This combination of the best of manufacturing and tailoring techniques has been created into a systematic and duplicative approach. You will learn specialized pocket techniques like welt and bound as well as the secrets to a professional look in collars, lapels and the ultimate classic two-piece sleeve. There will be additional costs depending on your choices for project supplies. Please bring a notebook to the first class. No class October 12. SEW 4900/36 Hrs/$261.04 Sep 21-Dec 14/Sat/9:10-12:10/OSHAWA

Sewing-Pattern Making 3

Prerequisite: Sewing-Pattern Making 2 Advance your skills to the professional level. Sleeves, bodices, culottes and a tailored jacket pattern will be made. Please bring your drafting equipment. SEW 3903/36 Hrs/$271.04 Sep 19-Dec 12/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Second Career Second Career is a cost-sharing grant provided on the basis of need which provides laid-off workers with: • skills training to help them find jobs in high-demand occupations in Ontario • financial support If you were laid-off any time after January 1, 2005, you’re eligible to apply for Second Career. For more information see page 78 or visit: www.durhamcollege.ca/faq/second-career

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28 Life & Leisure Speed Reading

Double or triple your reading speed while increasing comprehension, improving overall learning capacity, memory, analytical abilities and attention span. Speed Reading makes it easier to stay up-to-date with your training making success in any career or study “almost effortless”. COMM 1925/6 Hrs/$162.72 Oct 5/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Smart Serve

You will gain the skills you need to understand and implement responsible service. Upon completion of the program, you will be able to recognize the signs of intoxication, and know your responsibilities and obligations under the law. You will learn how to create a hospitable environment by promoting non-alcoholic beverages and food, and by encouraging alternative transportation. In Ontario the legal age to serve alcohol in a licensed establishment is 18 years old. BEVT 1904/3.5 Hrs/$82.49 Sep 25/Wed/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA Nov 6/Wed/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Speech! Speech!

Stock Market Investment

You will learn how the market works, successful investment strategies, and how to evaluate stocks through technical and fundamental analysis. Topics include preferred securities, mutual funds tax shelters, strip bonds, government bonds and RRSPs. Facilitated by a Certified Investment Manager. MONY 1906/15 Hrs/$125.10 Sep 18-Oct 23/Wed/6:30-9:10/OSHAWA

Style Makeover Secrets

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This highly experiential course is designed to help you develop your public speaking and presentation skills. In a fun and supportive environment, you will build your confidence as you learn to write and deliver a speech for any occasion, whether it’s for work or a social event. Topics covered will include: prepared and impromptu speeches, how to structure and write a speech, using humour, stage presence and how to overcome the fear of speaking in front of groups. You will analyze historical and contemporary speakers to gain a better understanding of what makes a speech powerful and memorable. You will also have plenty of opportunity to practice and improve your speaking skills through in-class exercises, group work and assignments. Whether you are looking to take your career to the next level or simply wanting to improve your speaking skills, then this course is for you! No class October 14. SPEK 1906/20 Hrs/$154.80 Sep 23-Nov 18/Mon/7:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Lunch is included

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Learn the secrets to achieve your personal style and build a functional wardrobe so you are never again caught without anything to wear. By the end of this style makeover workshop, you will be able to: choose the right style of clothes and accessories for your lifestyle, body and personality; create your very own wardrobe strategy; and shop stress-free on a budget. Facilitated by Janice Johnson, Personal Stylist & Image Consultant. For more information on Janice you may check out her website at www.jjimageconsulting.com. Optional but recommended to get the most value from this workshop: wear or bring several pieces or outfits from your wardrobe, (including accessories such as jewellery, scarves, belts, shoes and purses). These items will be evaluated in terms of being the right style for your body, colouring, personality, etc. and their potential for mixing and matching. LEIS 1026/6 Hrs/$123.17 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

Register Early to ensure your spot in the course, or to avoid cancellation of a course due to insufficient enrollment. A convenient alternative, due to the volume of telephone calls during registration, may be online, mail-in or drop-off. Note: Cheques not accepted. If you get voice-mail, please leave us a clear detailed message with your name, phone number and a time you can be reached. We will make every attempt to return your call within 24 hours. We may have to contact you. When registering, please provide us with your current daytime and home phone number, email and home address.


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Adobe Illustrator I

This course is a component of the Graphic Arts and Web Design Certificate Programs. Using Illustrator CS6, you will learn the basics of vector drawing and the most common tools of this application as used in the industry. Class exercises include: identity/logo creation, digital illustration, and magazine, brochure and flyer package page layouts. Extra supplies may be required such as a minimum 2GB memory stick, colour print outputs and art supplies. No class October 14. Equivalent: COMP 2302, COMP 2324 and VECT 1307. DTP 2351/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 16/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

AutoCAD for Interior Decorating

Prerequisite: Basic Drafting A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program, this course is an introduction to AutoCAD with emphasis on the aspects most relevant to interior decorating. You will be given extensive hands-on experience in the computer lab where you will learn to create, modify, save and plot simple two dimensional drawings. Due to lab availability this course is only offered on Saturday. Please arrange to buy the text during the week as the Bookstore is closed on Saturday. No class October 12. CAD 2352/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 21-Nov 23/Sat/9:10-1:40/OSHAWA

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Basic Drafting

A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program, this course is the foundation for most of the others in the program and provides an introduction to architectural drafting equipment and manual drafting techniques. Learn drafting skills to produce interior construction drawings such as floor plans, elevations and isometric drawings. Please be prepared to purchase additional art supplies ($100 approximately). Supply list will be handed out the first night of class. Course is only offered fall and winter. DRFT 1352/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Business Practices

Prerequisite: AutoCAD for Interior Decorating, Decorating with Light, History of Furniture, Illustration and Presentation, Materials and Finishes In this last course of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program you will review business set-up, the business plan, practitioner collaboration, advice and counsel, financials and accounting as well as product pricing. You will learn how to plan, market and sell your residential interior decorating services. BUS 1350/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Decorating with Light

This introductory course is a component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program, but open to anyone who wants to learn how appropriate lighting and techniques can create a certain mood or atmosphere within a defined space. Some of the topics will include the history of lighting, natural and artificial light, task versus accent lighting, and the visual process involved in selecting and placing lighting as well as energy conservation. DECR 1351/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Digital Imaging (Photoshop I)

A component of the Graphic Arts and Web Design Certificate Programs but open to anyone, this course will introduce you to digital imaging processes through the use of the Macintosh Computer, incorporating the electronic manipulation of photographic images. Through the use of the commercially popular software program, “Adobe Photoshop”, you will be exposed to a variety of computer techniques. These will include: the input of photographic images, and selection of specific picture areas for adjustment. Also, use of special tools to control such functions as colourizing, blurring, distorting, adding text, combining images and the basic process of preparing the file for outputting to hardcopy or screen viewing. Extra supplies may be required such as memory sticks, CDs and colour print output. Equivalent: COMP 2321, DIGI 1301 and COMP 2337. COMP 2351/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

History of Furniture

Colour Theory

A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program but open to anyone, this introductory course explores the history and psychology of colour, the various basic colour theory systems, and practical applications for interiors. Using paint you will create two-dimensional projects, help reinforce colour theory and learn the elements and principles of design. Please be prepared to purchase additional art supplies. COLR 1351/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program but open to anyone, this introductory course will examine various furniture styles, their origins and development - from early civilization to present day. Learn how to correctly identify and select furniture styles to complement your interior decorating solutions. No Class October 14. HIST 1350/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 16/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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30 Media, Art & Design HTML

Prerequisite: Internet Technologies A component of the Web Design Certificate Program, this course will give you a solid foundation in HTML using W3C standards for well-formed code and should be taken FIRST. Using only a text-based editor, you will get a good understanding of how to structure XHTML 1.0 documents and incorporate with basic CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). The course covers all of the essential coding elements including links, tables, forms, graphics and multimedia as well as an introduction to CSS. By the end of the course, you will build well-formed, valid, accessible HTML websites using XHTML 1.0 and CSS. Equivalent: PROG 1300. PROG 1259/42 Hrs/$302.88 Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Illustration and Presentation

Prerequisite: Basic Drafting, Colour Theory A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program, this course teaches basic design theory and industry standards for decorating documentation and presentations. You will analyze the principles and elements of interior design and understand the important relationship to interior design and decorating. You will complete a major start-to-finish residential decorating project that will include 2D and 3D presentation and documentation techniques. Please be prepared to purchase additional art supplies. DESN 2359/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 5/Thur/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

InDesign, Introduction

Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of OS10 or Windows. A component of the Graphic Arts Certificate Program but open to anyone, Adobe InDesign software is designed for inputting and bringing together text, photography and art for the purpose of layout on the finished page or screen. In this course you will acquire the ability to professionally execute layout and design on a page. Extra supplies may be required such as memory sticks, CDs and colour print output. Equivalent COMP 2336 and DESN 2310. COMP 2356/42 Hrs/$297.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Internet Technologies

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This is the foundation course in the Web Design Specialty Certificate and must be taken first. You will gain an overview of the processes and technologies required to succeed in the web design industry. Topics include basic overviews of the following: Structure: file structuring, naming and organization. Technology: FTP, website hosting, DNS. Processes: SEO, Social Media, Blogs, W3C and validation, CMS tools such as Wordpress and Joomla, responsive web design principles. Languages: a peek at HTML5, CSS, Javascript and jQuery, PHP and MySQL. The focus will be on understanding the tools and interfaces required to begin programming and designing for the web. PROG 1950/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Macintosh Intro Workshop

Recommended: Basic computer knowledge including keyboarding and mouse skills. Welcome to the wonderful world of Macs! In this workshop you will gain an overview of the fundamentals of the Mac OSX operating system, Snow Leopard. You will become familiar with the fundamentals of the Macintosh Graphical User Interface (the Finder), file management, shortcuts and tips for becoming a more confident user of the Macintosh. Find out just how fun the Mac can be. Please bring your own memory stick and a blank, writable CD or DVD. COMP 1357/6 Hrs/$128.82 Oct 19/Sat/9:10-4:10/OSHAWA

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Materials and Finishes

Prerequisite: AutoCAD for Interior Decorating, Illustration and Presentation A component of the Interior Decorating Certificate Program, this course teaches you about the properties, construction and aesthetics of fabrics, wall and window treatments and floor coverings. Explore the application of appropriate materials and finishes for interior decorating. Learn about product specification, application and installation within residential interiors. This course includes how to estimate and cost a residential project including wall and window coverings and flooring. DECR 1350/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

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CFC/ODP Certificate

The Province of Ontario Ministry of the Environment regulates the training and certification of all persons who handle refrigerants. Upon successful completion, you will receive CFC/ODP Certification through the HRAI (Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada). Photo identification is required on the day of training. CFC 1402/7 Hrs/$175 Sep 28/Sat/8:40-4:10/WHITBY Nov 2/Sat/8:40-4:10/WHITBY Dec 7/Sat/8:40-4:10/WHITBY

Construction Safety Management

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This site safety course is designed to prepare and/or update the skills of the Project Management team in all matters related to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and to understand the major legal responsibilities of first-line Site Supervisors. Successful completion of this course will provide you with the tools necessary to address project/site safety, utilizing different skills and techniques that get to “the heart” of the matter so that these issues can be appropriately addressed. This program provides an in-depth introduction to comprehensive health and safety programs and strategies that will insure a high standard of safety throughout the project. Course fee includes book. CNST 1405/30 Hrs/$265.10 Sep 18-Nov 20/Wed/6:30-9:30/WHITBY

BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS OPERATOR These courses are designed to train technicians in the operation and maintenance of today’s complex buildings. They focus on the knowledge required to understand the functioning of all systems in commercial, office, institutional and residential buildings. The courses look at how buildings can be operated and maintained more efficiently. It is recommended, but not necessary, that applicants be employed in a building operation. BES courses also benefit technical sales reps, energy auditors and building contractors; anyone responsible for effective building operation or who wants to expand their skills portfolio.

BES: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

This course will help you understand the function of air conditioning and refrigeration with respect to equipment and design. Topics include reciprocating and centrifugal equipment, with an emphasis on theory, centrifugal plants, and operation and maintenance. BES 7020/39 Hrs/$284.73 + text(s) Nov 4-Dec 16/Mon/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

BES: Air Handling

BES: Building Systems: A Practical Overview

This subject is an introductory overview of today’s complex building systems. It introduces building systems, enabling you to relate to the operation of a building in a safe, energy efficient and environmentally conscious manner. This course will also appeal to building managers who wish to gain some practical knowledge of the mechanical systems in buildings. BES 7000/39 Hrs/$284.73 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 10/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

This subject is an introduction to air handling systems and their component parts, and includes preventive maintenance programs. No class October 14. BES 7030/39 Hrs/$284.73 + text(s) Sep 16-Oct 30/Mon/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

ONTARIO BUILDING CODE Ontario Building Code Part 9 The House - Building Envelope

This course covers the features of the home that separate the exterior environment from the interior environment. Following an introduction to the Ontario Building Code and the permit application process, a grounds-up approach will be used to examine components such as footings, foundation walls, slab-on grade, floor construction, wall construction, roof and ceiling construction and other structural requirements. Please bring your copies of the “Ontario Building Code 2006” (2-volume set). CNST 1403/35 Hrs/$395.45 + text(s) Nov 5-Dec 12/Tues/Thur/7:10-10:10/WHITBY

Ontario Building Code Part 9 - The House - Health & Safety

This course deals with the safety related items for residential homes and other Part 9 structures. Following an introduction to the Ontario Building Code, several safety topics will be explored. They include: fire safety and protection, chimneys, stairs, guards, insulation, health and comfort requirements, party walls and final interior and exterior inspections. Please bring your copies of the “Ontario Building Code 2006” (2-volume set). CNST 1404/35 Hrs/$395.45 + text(s) Sep 17-Oct 24/Tues/Thur/7:10-10:10/WHITBY

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32 Skilled Trades GOLD SEAL COURSES A national program for Construction Project Managers, Superintendents, Estimators and Owners’ Project Managers.

CANADIAN FIRE ALARM ASSOCIATION Although the Fire Code sets specific requirements for testing of fire alarm systems, there is still a problem of fire alarm systems not being tested properly. The individuals performing the testing, inspection or maintenance must be accountable for the quality of their work. It follows that there is a need for all persons, who test fire alarm systems, to have a minimum level of training in this specific area. In partnership with the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA), Durham College is offering courses to help you become a Fire Alarm Technician. Completion of five courses is required, along with one or two years of working experience with another experienced technician. Courses include: Course 1 - Fire Detection and Alarm Industry, Introduction Course 2 - Business & Technical Report Writing Course 3 - Basic Electricity Course 4 - Basic Electronics Course 5 - Fire Alarm Systems

Fire Detection and Alarm Industry, Introduction to (CFAA) In co-operation with the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA), this course will help you attain a general understanding of fire alarm protection systems. You will study the purpose and specific application of the different codes and standards that regulate the industry. As well, you will learn about architectural considerations regarding fire containment. Other topics include testing laboratories and procedures, testing methods, how listed or approved materials achieve greater degrees of life safety, the nature of fire, extinguishing methods, fire alarm testing methods, drawing interpretation, specifications and other contract documents. Equivalent: ALRM 1301. FIRE 1420/36 Hrs/$297.94 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

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Construction Estimating 1

You will be introduced to the role and responsibilities of the Construction Estimator. This course covers the necessary company practices and the critical function of the construction estimator on a construction team. The preparation and procedure for setting up a tender document for a construction project is fully covered as is a comprehensive look at the construction industry and the organization of construction companies. CCES 1150/30 Hrs/$295.10 Sep 17-Nov 19/Tues/6:30-9:30/WHITBY

Construction Project Manager

You will learn the workings of a Project Manager from start to finish. Topics covered include job duties, office practices and critical functions pertaining to the company and the project. CCES 1153/30 Hrs/$295.10 Sep 19-Nov 21/Thur/6:30-9:30/WHITBY

Construction Estimating 3

The aim of this course is for you to utilize all the fundamental information gained in the previous two estimator courses to deliver a final cost analysis and tender package. You are again teamed up to review specification documents and a set of plans. The objective, to submit a complete tender illustration contract type, bid bonds, insurances, quantity surveying and a comprehensive cost for construction submitted with accurately prepared bid forms for a large commercial construction project. CCES 1154/30 Hrs/$295.10 Sep 18-Nov 20/Wed/6:30-9:30/WHITBY

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Skilled Trades DO-IT-YOURSELF Any course listed as OFFSITE will be held at Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School, 316 Conant Street, Oshawa. Safety equipment, including safety glasses and boots, is mandatory. Cabinet Making Level 1

In this course, you will gain in-depth theory as well as a practical look at shop safety. You will also learn the correct use of hand and power tools (i.e. table, radial arm, mitre and jig saws, routers, and jointers). For your course project, you will complete a blanket box or tool chest, which you will be able to take home. Note: Due to course content, you MUST attend the first night of class. CARP 1400/52 Hrs/$538.64 Sep 17-Dec 10/Tues/6-10/OFFSITE

Cabinet Making Level 2

Prerequisite: Cabinet Making Level 1 You will gain additional in-depth theory and experience, working from detailed drawings or blueprints. You will build a project of your choice that is within the allotted wood allowance. CARP 2400/52 Hrs/$583.64 Sep 17-Dec 10/Tues/6-10/OFFSITE

Car Care Clinic

During this workshop, you will gain the knowledge to keep your vehicle in good working order. Find out what’s “under the hood” as you learn about the general parts of a vehicle and how they operate. Topics will include checking fluid levels, fluid types, gauging tire pressure, replacing fuses and warning lights, dealing with service providers, and consumer protection. CAR 1901/6 Hrs/$115 Sep 28/Sat/9:10-3:40/WHITBY Nov 9/Sat/9:10-3:40/WHITBY

Carpentry Level 2

Prerequisite: Carpentry Level 1 Learn the fundamentals of constructing your own home. You will focus on site layout, foundations, sub floors, advanced framing, roof construction (gable and hip) and interior and exterior trim. In this challenging course you will also learn blueprint reading and stair calculating. CARP 2401/52 Hrs/$516.64 Sep 18-Dec 11/Wed/6-10/OFFSITE

Ceramic Tiling

You will learn how to successfully install a basic floor, shower and backsplash. The following topics will be covered: 1) shop and tool safety; 2) surface preparation, including plywood, ditra and cement board; 3) types, differences and costs of various tiles, i.e. ceramic, porcelain and glass; 4) types of thinsets and adhesives and their different applications; 5) types of grout and spacing of tiles; 6) layout and design to create different visual effects; and 7) various cutting techniques. This course will be a mix of theory and practical. HOME 1915/8 Hrs/$155 Oct 3-Oct 10/Thur/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

Crown Moulding and Interior Applications

You will learn how to successfully install baseboards, window and door casings, and basic crown moulding, as well as the various tools associated with these. After completing this course, you will have the knowledge to: 1) identify standard mouldings and describe their use; 2) apply ceiling Carpentry Level 1 This course will give you a solid introduction and wall moulding; 3) apply interior door casto carpentry and construction-related items, ings, baseboards, base caps, base shoes, as well as build your confidence in working chair rail plinths; 4) install window trim and explain aprons and window stools; 5) with wood. Topics include an introduction to all hand and power tools, building layout, identify all tools applicable with mouldings formwork and basic framing, including door mitre saw, coping saw, table saw, brad nail and window installation. You will also exam- guns, compressor for pneumatic tools, and ine insulation, drywall installation and rafter demonstrate their design and safe use. This course will include shop and tool safety. cutting. Note: Due to course content, you MUST attend the first night of class. HOME 1923/8 Hrs/$155 No class October 14. Sep 27-Sep 28/Fri/6:10-10:10/Sat/9:10-1:10/WHITBY Nov 15-Nov 16/Fri/6:10-10:10/Sat/9:10-1:10/WHITBY CARP 1401/48 Hrs/$475.36 Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6-10/OFFSITE

Electrical Wiring Basics for Homeowners

While learning how to change a light switch, receptacle or a light fixture, you will be introduced to the safe practice of doing simple electrical chores around the house. Rules from the current Canadian Electrical Code regarding the installation of an extra light or outlet to an existing circuit will be covered. This learning will be fostered through short lectures, videos, discussions and practical exercises. Projects include wiring a switch, a light and an outlet, as well as testing for correct operation of an electrical unit. HOME 1411/30 Hrs/$250.10 + text(s) Sep 18-Nov 20/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Engine Repair Level 1

You will focus on engine operation, seasonal storage and the pre-season startup, maintenance and repair of two- and four-stroke cycle engines. As well, you will learn about the types of engines used in the lawn and garden industry such as: riding lawn mowers, push lawn mowers, garden tractors, chainsaws and weed trimming equipment. There will be an emphasis on theoretical and practical applications. HOME 1902/42 Hrs/$337.94 + text(s) Sep 17-Oct 31/Tues/Thur/6:10-8:40/WHITBY

Engine Repair Level 2

Prerequisite: Engine Repair Level 1 You will focus on troubleshooting and diagnosis of two- and four-stroke cycle engines, care, maintenance, tune-ups and adjustments for the types of engines used in the lawn and garden industry, such as riding lawn mowers, lawn mowers, garden tractors, chainsaws and weed trimming equipment. There will be an emphasis on theoretical and practical applications. HOME 2902/42 Hrs/$337.94 + text(s) Sep 5-Dec 19/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

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34 Skilled Trades DO-IT-YOURSELF Any course listed as OFFSITE will be held at Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School, 316 Conant Street, Oshawa. Safety equipment, including safety glasses and boots, is mandatory. Finishing Your Basement Professionally

In this course, you will have the opportunity to design your own finished basement, prepare a detailed list of all the materials needed and create a realistic budget for your renovation. You will learn the advantages and disadvantages of different finishing methods available which will allow you to make educated decisions based on your budget and lifestyle. You will learn the basic techniques for many of the topics listed below; however, due to time constraints, it will be mostly demonstrations with limited hands-on experience. Topics include: design and layout, budgeting, subfloor, framing, electrical, insulation, ceilings, drywall, doors, trim, flooring, bathrooms, building code and permits. This course will be held on ALTERNATE Thursdays. HOME 1455/24 Hrs/$260 Sep 19-Nov 28/Thur/6:10-10:10/OFFSITE

Hardwood Floors

Learn to prepare, measure, cut, install and care for hardwood floors. HOME 1908/5 Hrs/$115 Sep 28/Sat/9:10-2:10/OFFSITE Nov 9/Sat/9:10-2:10/OFFSITE

Home Energy Efficiency D-I-Y

You will learn how to measure and evaluate various energy systems in your home. This course is designed for the homeowner and will give you techniques and procedures to measure and evaluate heating systems, air conditioning systems, insulation levels, air sealing, electrical usage, water consumption, and lighting. You will take away a better understanding of how to improve the energy efficiency and reduce the cost of operating your home. HOME 1930/15 Hrs/$197 Sep 18-Oct 23/Wed/6:30-9/WHITBY

Plumbing - Residential/Repairs

Learn how to take measurements and apply them to construction and repairs. Topics include: residential plumbing systems, pressure systems including hot water tanks, rural pressure tanks and pumps, and potable water, faucets and fixture repair, rough-in techniques, pipe joining practices and clearing plugged drains. No class October 11 and 12. HOME 1901/24 Hrs/$238.68 Sep 27-Nov 15/Fri/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

PRE-EXAMS Pre Exam C & M Electrician

This is a review course for those preparing to write their Certificate of Qualification exam for the Construction and Maintenance Electrician (309A). TRAD 1452/60 Hrs/$407.20 + text(s) Sep 17-Nov 21/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Pre Exam Hairstylist

If you are planning to write the Certificate of Qualification exam for the Hairstylist (332A), this course will help you review the material you need to know. Note: Bring your copy of “Milady’s Standard Textbook of Cosmetology” to class. No class October 14. TRAD 1416/36 Hrs/$281.52 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 9/Mon/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Pre Exam Industrial Electrician

This course is a review for those preparing to write the Ontario Provincial apprenticeship exam for a Certificate of Qualification (442A). TRAD 1474/60 Hrs/$407.20 + text(s) Sep 17-Nov 21/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Pre Exam Industrial Maintenance Pre Exam Motor Vehicle Mechanic If you are planning to write the Certificate of Mechanic If you are planning to write the Certificate of Qualification exam (433A), this course will help you review the material you need to know, including relevant trade theory from the apprenticeship curriculum. No class October 12, December 21 and 28. TRAD 1451/80 Hrs/$528.60 + text(s) Sep 21-Jan 4/Sat/9:10-3:40/WHITBY

Qualification exam, this course will help you review the information you need to know. Topics include components for the 310S (Service Technician) license. TRAD 1450/60 Hrs/$407.20 + text(s) Sep 17-Nov 21/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Pre Exam Master Electrician

This is a review course to prepare you to write your Certificate of Qualification exam for the Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic (313D). No class October 14. TRAD 2464/48 Hrs/$374.36 Sep 16-Nov 11/Mon/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

This is an ECRA/ESA sanctioned course designed to provide a training standard to assist Electricians or other qualifying parties in preparing to write the Master Electrician’s Examination, or to improve the qualifications of Master Electricians. This course will also educate journeypersons who seek further education involving electrical contracting. The student manual is included in the tuition fee. ELEC 3400/54 Hrs/$540.78 + text(s) Sep 17-Nov 14/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Pre Exam Residential Air Conditioning


Skilled Trades INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC The I.M.M. Certificate program consists of twelve modules. These modules are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to install, repair and maintain production machinery in an industrial environment (such as food/ beverage production plants, car production plants and steel production plants). Module 12 is Welding. Credit for this module can be obtained by taking Welding Basic (WELO 1400). Upon successful completion of all twelve modules, a Durham College Certificate will be issued.

IMM Module 1 - Safety/Metrology/Tools

Grade 12 or equivalent suggested. You will learn about workshop safety and the use and care of basic measuring and hand tools. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1400/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 2 - Drilling & Grinding Prerequisite: IMM Module 1 Topics include correct layout procedures, the selection and operation of drill press tools, related calculations, drill hand grinding, and the safe operation of surface grinders. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 2400/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 3 - Machine Shop Part 1

Prerequisite: IMM Module 1 You will cover the safe operation of centre lathes, the selection, care and use of related tools, tool bit grinding, straight turning, facing, screw cutting, taper turning, and related calculations. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 3400/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 4 - Machine Shop Part 2

Prerequisite: IMM Module 3 You will explore the advanced operations of lathes, the use of a jaw chuck, offset turning, the safe operation of milling machines and supporting tools, and related calculations. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 4400/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 5 - Math & Blueprint Reading

Grade 12 or equivalent suggested. You will focus on practical, applied math, ranging from basic calculations involving fractions to right-angled trigonometry. As well, you will learn to read blueprints for the machine shop and industrial maintenance trades. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1401/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 6 - Power Transmission 1

Prerequisite: IMM Module 1 You will study shaft and coupling alignment using the face and rim method. Other topics include the identification, selection, installation, and failure analysis of anti- friction bearings. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1402/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 7 - Power Transmission 2

Prerequisite: IMM Module 6 Topics include the inspection, disassembly and rebuilding of fixed- and variable-speed mechanical, and power transmission and drive units. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1403/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 8 - Rigging/Hoisting/Materials

Grade 12 or equivalent suggested. You will study basic knot tying, sling types and materials, safe sling angles, load weight calculation, international hand signals, conveyor types, inspection and rebuilding. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1404/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 9 - Pumps/Valves/Fabrication

Prerequisite: IMM Module 6 Topics include tearing down and rebuilding a variety of centrifugal pumps, pump packing, mechanical seal installation and valve types. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1405/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 10 - Pneumatics

Grade 12 or equivalent suggested. This course deals with physical principles, basic components, circuit design, and building and training board testing. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1406/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

IMM Module 11 - Hydraulics

Pneumatics (Module 10), and Grade 12 or equivalent suggested. You will focus on physical principles, basic components for pressure, flow and direction control, circuit building and training board testing. No class October 14 and December 23 to January 1. IMM 1407/75 Hrs/$597 Sep 16-Nov 20/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY Dec 2-Feb 17/Mon/Wed/6:10-10:10/WHITBY

All courses are held at the Whitby Campus. 1610 Champlain Avenue

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36 Skilled Trades WELDING Durham College, in partnership with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB), is approved for the administration of the CWB Welding Qualifications to the CSA standards 47-1. Testing processes and positions available at the Welder Test Centre are: (1) SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) – Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G, Vertical 3GF, Overhead 4GF; (2) GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) – Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G; (3) MCAW (Metal Core Arc Welding) - Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G. Upon successful passing of your test assemblies, you will receive a CWB Welder Card that is valid for a period of two years. Once an individual is employed by a CWB-certified company, the company may request a transfer of qualification in order to obtain a welder card in their name. There will be a 30-minute set-up time, qualification orientation and testing time of 45 minutes per plate as per CWB CSA Qualification Standards. Please bring photo I.D. on the day of testing. Prerequisites are required and tests are scheduled by appointment only, 905.721.3332. Testing fees apply for each position.

Safety boots, helmet, gloves, proper eyewear and protective clothing are mandatory in the welding shop.

Welding Basic

In the practical section of this course, you will examine Oxy-Fuel Welding. This includes fusion welding and the braze welding of lap, corner, fillet and butt welds on mild steel materials in flat and horizontal positions. You will also study shielded metal arc welding which comprises beads, weaves and overlays, and fillet welds on mild steel materials in the flat and horizontal positions, employing E7014 and E7018 electrodes. In the theory portion of this course you will study personal and workshop safety, WHMIS, and the safe use and maintenance of Oxy-Fuel and shielded metal arc welding equipment.No class October 14 and December 21 to January 1. WELO 1400/48 Hrs/$555.36 + text(s) Sep 16-Nov 11/Mon/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY Nov 18-Jan 22/Mon/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Welding CWB - Module 1 Flat

Prerequisite: Welding Basic You will learn to perform fillet welds in the flat position and flat-groove welds. No class October 12, December 21 and 28. WELO 1650/48 Hrs/$555.36 Sep 21-Nov 16/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Nov 23-Jan 11/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY

Welding CWB Module 2 Horizontal

Prerequisite: Welding CWB – Module 1 You will learn to perform fillet welds in the horizontal position and horizontal groove welds. No class October 12, December 21 and 28. WELO 2650/48 Hrs/$555.36 Sep 21-Nov 16/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Nov 23-Jan 11/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Apr 6-Jun 1/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY

Welding CWB Module 3 Vertical

Prerequisite: Welding CWB - Module 2 You will learn to perform fillet welds in the vertical position and vertical groove welds. No class October 12, December 21 and 28. WELO 3650/48 Hrs/$555.36 Sep 21-Nov 16/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Nov 23-Jan 11/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY

Welding CWB Module 4 Overhead

Prerequisite: Welding CWB - Module 3 You will learn to perform fillet welds in the overhead position and overhead groove welds.No class October 12, December 21 and 28. WELO 4650/48 Hrs/$555.36 Sep 21-Nov 16/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Nov 23-Jan 11/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY

Welding CWB - Module 5 Review Prerequisite: Expired CWB All Position Certification or Completion of Welding CWB - Module 4 You will learn to perform fillet welds in the flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead positions, and flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead groove welds. No class October 12, December 21 and 28. WELO 5650/48 Hrs/$555.36 Sep 21-Nov 16/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY Nov 23-Jan 11/Sat/8:30-3/WHITBY

Welding GMAW (MIG)

Prerequisite: Welding Basic In the practical component you will study MIG, Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), lap, fillet, butt, and corner welds on mild steel material employing solid wire in all positions. In the theory part of the course, you will explore the safe set-up and operation of GMAW equipment, metal transfer modes, wire feeders and power supplies. No class October 14 and December 21 to January 1. WELO 1401/48 Hrs/$568.36 + text(s) Sep 16-Nov 11/Mon/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY Nov 18-Jan 21/Mon/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Welding GTAW (TIG)

Prerequisite: Welding Basic You will study the TIG, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) of mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum materials in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. As well, you will examine personal safety, electrical power services, and how to identify and correct weld defects. In the theory portion of the course, you will explore the TIG fundamentals, variables and parameters, tungsten electrodes, filler wires, and shielding gasses. No class October 14 and December 21 to January 1. WELO 2403/48 Hrs/$624.36 + text(s) Sep 16-Nov 11/Mon/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY Nov 18-Jan 21/Mon/Tues/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Welding Modules - CWB For all the Welding CWB courses, the theory portion includes set-up, geometry and completion methods for the weld assembly. You will also explore parameters and variables accepted by the welding codes and standards, and certification limitations and requirements. These codes are in preparation of CSA Standards 47-1 certification using E48018 (7018) 1/8” electrodes. Cost of CWB testing is extra.

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Teaching and Training Adults Questions about Teaching and Training Adults courses? 905.721.2000 | 1.888.627.1191

Program Assistant

Laurel Kimball ext. 2260 laurel.kimball@durhamcollege.ca

Program Officer

Sandra Meader ext. 2496 sandra.meader@durhamcollege.ca Online contact 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Courses are listed in recommended order. OL As the foundation of the Teaching and Training Certificate Program this course must be taken FIRST. The primary focus is on developing an understanding of how adults learn. You will examine the characteristics of adult learners that affect learning, explore the emotional, cognitive, social and physical aspects of learning, study a variety of learning cycles, and identify your own preferred learning style. A minor aspect of this program introduces strategies and models of facilitation to accommodate the variety of ways in which adults prefer to learn. TEAC 1900/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA Adult Learning

Upon completion of all courses in the Teaching and Training program you may apply for a Durham College Certificate. See page 113 for more information. Adults with Learning Disabilities

Instructional Techniques

OL

Prerequisite: Adult Learning The SECOND component of the Teaching and Training Certificate Program provides insight into the abilities, needs and issues of adults with learning disabilities in an 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 accommodations to course content, delivery and evaluation to ensure that all learners have an opportunity to be successful. No Class October 14. TEAC 2903/42 Hrs/$300.88 Sep 16-Dec 16/Mon/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Curriculum Development OL

Prerequisite: Adult Learning, Adults with Learning Disabilities The THIRD course of the Teaching and Training Certificate Program provides you with the opportunity to acquire the skills and knowledge to develop a systematic approach to curriculum development based on a training/education model. Topics include needs assessment, learning outcomes, course outlines, session plans and an introduction to choosing instructional techniques and assessment and evaluation techniques. You will be responsible for developing a course outline and a session plan for content which you have taught, are teaching, or would like to teach. Attention will be given to the integration of planning, learning styles, and to a lesser degree, instructional techniques and course assessment/evaluation methodologies. TEAC 2900/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

OL Available Online

OL

Prerequisite: Adult Learning, Adults with Learning Disabilities, Curriculum Development This course is the FOURTH component of the Teaching and Training Adults Certificate Program. In today’s complex learning environment, the most successful instructors demonstrate instructional techniques that both respect and challenge adult learners. Through lectures, discussion, small group activities and various assignments, you will experience and 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. You will demonstrate your mastery of instructional techniques through the design and delivery of a lesson. Additional topics such as active learning, feedback strategies, classroom management issues and the use of media and resources will be covered. TEAC 3900/42 Hrs/$290.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:30-9:30/OSHAWA

Textbooks Textbooks and Materials are not included in the published course fee. A “+ text(s)” after the course fee denotes that a text is required. Purchase your text at the Oshawa or Whitby Bookstore. Call 905.721.3026 for information, or visit: http://durham.bookware3000.ca

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38 Technology Questions about Technology courses?

905.721.2000 | 1.888.627.1191

AUTOCAD

Shelley Nowlan ext. 3330 shelley.nowlan@durhamcollege.ca

Since AutoCAD is an advanced computer program, it is essential that you have a comfortable level of understanding of basic Windows file management and computers in general.

Program Officer

AutoCAD - Module 1A

Program Assistant

Joy Lavergne ext. 3332 joy.lavergne@durhamcollege.ca Online contact 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing Professionals

You will learn to read three, two and oneview drawings, dimensioning techniques, sectioning and detailing, engineering changes, and tolerances. Post-secondary equivalent: DRFT 1107. DWG 3250/40 Hrs/$278.60 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 11/Wed/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

Electricity I

The study of electricity and electronics requires an appropriate understanding of basic electricity circuit theory. Review basic mathematical skills, explore the SI system of units, and study the behaviour of elementary particles. As well, you will analyze resistance, capacitance, and inductance under DC (direct or steady state current) conditions. In addition, you will reinforce your skills in electrical measurement and in observed data, allowing you to test the principles covered in lectures. Equivalent: ELEC 1131. ELEC 1151/70 Hrs/$599.80 + text(s) Sep 19-Feb 27/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Knowledge of Blueprint Reading is strongly recommended for the successful completion of this course. AutoCAD is the most widely used CAD program in the world and hence a solid understanding of its operation is vital in today’s market. In this course, you will be introduced to some of the fundamental commands and techniques used to create AutoCAD objects. No class October 14. CAD 2157/30 Hrs/$234.20 + text(s) Sep 16-Nov 25/Mon/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

AutoCAD - Module 1B

Prerequisite: AutoCAD - Module 1A This course is a continuation of AutoCAD - Module 1A. Learn to use AutoCAD and its commands to produce drawings that represent your design solutions. This course builds upon the basic commands learned in Module 1A and will ultimately allow one to plot and publish a scaled, fully annotated and dimensioned AutoCAD drawing. Specifically, this includes the creation of viewports, layouts, the creation and placing of text, dimensioning, and publishing DWF drawings. Post-secondary equivalent: CAD 2136. CAD 2158/30 Hrs/$234.20 + text(s) Sep 17-Nov 19/Tues/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Mathematics for Technology I

Using examples and exercises, you will interpret and analyze practical problems. Topics include the use of calculators, operations with units, numerical computation, plane and solid geometry, functions and graphs, trigonometric functions, and solving linear and fractional equations, as well as word problems. Invol and ved derivations of theory are minimized. Equivalent: MATH 1131. MATH 1150/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 19/Thur/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

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AutoCAD - Module 3

Prerequisite: AutoCAD - Module 1B This module covers some of the tools that are available to customize AutoCAD. You will learn to make your own toolbars, write macros, use and create accelerators, aliases and scripts. There will be an introduction to AutoLISP programming. CAD 2161/40 Hrs/$295.60 + text(s) Sep 19-Dec 12/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

AutoCAD - Module 4

This course covers some of the various techniques used to draw, manipulate, edit and render three-dimensional objects, drawings, as well as advanced models. Specifically, these techniques include Wireframe, Surface and Solid modeling with an introduction to Rendering. CAD 2162/40 Hrs/$295.60 + text(s) Sep 18-Dec 11/Wed/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA

Mathematics for Technology II

Prerequisite: Mathematics for Technology I In all venues of social and economic interaction, mathematics is one of the most fundamental components of the effective operation of any undertaking. Topics include exponents, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, variation and sequence, trigonometric identities, and characteristics of the straight line. Equivalent: MATH 2131. MATH 2150/56 Hrs/$376.84 + text(s) Sep 19-Jan 30/Thur/6:10-9:10/OSHAWA


Technology Physical Science

Physical sciences are involved in all technologies, and an understanding of some of the general principles of the sciences will help you appreciate how your specialty relates to others. Topics include SI units, mechanics, sound, heat, light and optics, chemistry and modern physics. You will also explore how science is studied, how scientists work and how modern science affects everyday life. Equivalents: PHYS 1122, PHYS 1131. PHYS 1151/42 Hrs/$290.88 + text(s) Sep 16-Dec 2/Mon/6:10-10:10/OSHAWA

Statistical Methods in Quality Control

Prerequisite: Mathematics for Technology II This course deals with basic statistics for technical personnel and some of the topics in statistical process control (SPC). You will learn to describe data graphically and numerically; how probability applies to statistics and quality control; normal, binomial and poisson probability distributions; and how to make inferences using large and small samples. You will also study linear regression and correlation. You will then learn how to apply statistics to process control, including how to use and interpret various control charts for variables and attributes. Equivalent: STAT 3136. STAT 3156/42 Hrs/$297.88 Sep 17-Dec 17/Tues/6:10-9:40/OSHAWA

WATER QUALITY

If you have an idea for a new course, are interested in teaching a course, have a comment or suggestion about the programs and services we offer, let us know. coned@durhamcollege.ca 905.721.3052 | 1.888.627.1191

Gas Technician 3

Introduction to Water and Wastewater

This course is designed to give you an understanding of water and its use by residential and ICI sectors of society. The properties of water (physical, chemical and microbiological) will be examined and used for the basis of the study of treatment. The properties of wastewater will also be examined and used for the basis of the study of wastewater treatment. Although treatment of water and wastewater is important, an equally important aspect is the movement of water and wastewater, to and from customers. This course will introduce you to the concepts involved in the numerous water and wastewater testing methods used in all aspects of the water and wastewater industry. The lab component will also be used to provide students the opportunity to gain hands-on experience. Equivalent: WATR 1133. WATR 1153/70 Hrs/$497.90 + text(s) Sep 17-Dec 3/Tues/Thur/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Regulations and Enforcement

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GAS TECHNICIAN

This course provides a thorough review of environmental protection legislation and regulations at both the federal and provincial levels. It also covers public attitudes and key environmental incidentals which led to the current legislation. Emphasis will be on the Federal and Provincial Environmental Assessment and Environmental Protection Acts and the regulations developed from them along with the Environmental Bill of Rights, The Safe Drinking Water Act, Waste Reduction Act and Ontario Water Resources Act. New Acts and Regulations (or changes) are introduced as appropriate and as time permits. Equivalent: REGS 1133. REGS 1151/42 Hrs/$300.88 Sep 18-Dec 18/Wed/6:10-9:10/WHITBY

Recommended: 19 years of age or OSSD. If you want to work in the propane and/or natural gas industry, this course will help you attain the knowledge you need to obtain your license. Topics include safety, handling of tools, gas fundamentals, codes and regulations, customer relations, and an introduction to piping and tubing systems and gas appliances. Successful completion will allow you to work under the supervision of a licensed Gas Technician 2 or 1.

September 3, 2013 to May 1, 2014

Tuesday & Thursday 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. OR

September 4, 2013 to December 21, 2013

(Note: First class starts on Wednesday) Monday & Wednesday 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

$ 1,470.60 + text(s) and tools

Gas Technician 2

Prerequisite: Provide proof of current valid Gas Technician 3 License at time of registration. In this course you will gain the knowledge to work without supervision on appliances rated at up to 400,000 BTUs.

August 20, 2013 to June 21, 2014

Tuesday & Thursday 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

$ 3,561.60 + text(s) and tools

Must register in person at Durham College Whitby Campus Office of the Registrar, Room 103 1610 Champlain Avenue Whitby, ON L1N 6A7 Note: personal cheques are NOT accepted.

For more information, please call 905.721.3300

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40 Field Placements s

FIELD PLACEMENTS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

As soon as you have registered for your placement, please visit the Continuing Education website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on the Field Placement link on the left side of the page to access the application, information and required forms for placement clearance. Note: Register early, as NO registrations will be accepted after the submission deadline date noted below.

Registration & Submission Deadline Date: Fall 2013 August 16, 2013 You must be registered and have submitted all of your completed documentation by this date, otherwise you will not be eligible for placement for the current term. All forms must be submitted and approved before placement hours can begin. Students will be notified of clearance by the Continuing Education Practicum Officer. Any hours completed prior to receiving clearance will not be counted. NO EXCEPTIONS. For complete details and instructions for each of the clinicals and field placements below, please view each course description at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned or contact Laurel Kimball at 905.721.2000 ext. 2260.

Dementia Studies

Oncology RN Clinical Placement

Early Childhood Education

Oncology RPN Clinical Placement

HLT 6788/90 Hrs/$389.15

Field Placement & Seminar 1 FWK 2381/200 Hrs/$571.15 Field Placement & Seminar 2 FWK 4387/186 Hrs/$571.15 Field Placement & Seminar 3 FWK 6384/249 Hrs/$571.15

Medical Office Administration Field Placement FWK 4252/119 Hrs/$305

Mental Heath Nursing Practicum NURS 3557/60 Hrs/$300

Nursing Professional Practice Acute*

RN 3583/60 Hrs/$341.15

RPN 3580/30 Hrs/$299.15

Palliative Care Clinical Placement CARE 2581/60 Hrs/$341.15

Perinatal/Obstetrics 4 Practicum RN 4566/102 Hrs/$337

Social Services Worker Field Placement 1* HSC 6550/238 Hrs/$375 Field Placement 2* HSC 6551/238 Hrs/$375 Field Placement 3* HSC 6552/238 Hrs/$375

NURS 3573/64 Hrs/$300

Chronic*

NURS 4573/64 Hrs/$300

Mental Health*

NURS 3574/64 Hrs/$300

*Note: Attendance at all seminars and/or orientation sessions is mandatory.

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Distance Education Courses


42 Distance Education Questions about Distance Education courses ? 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 | 1.888.627.1191 distance-education@durhamcollege.ca

Program Assistants

Program Officers

Marisa Cassar Jayne Davis Laurel Higgon Kim Sharpe Gwen Werry

Ann-Marie Bennett Cindy Foley

What is Distance Education? Distance Education courses provide you with the opportunity to learn anywhere, anytime in your own home or in the workplace. Courses are delivered by print or computer and may be semester based with specific start and end dates and/or monthly intake MI , where you start the first business day of each month and have 14 weeks to complete your course.

DELIVERY MODES Correspondence – print based

These courses are offered on a monthly intake basis and you have 14 weeks from the start date to complete the course and write your final exam. A study kit will be mailed to your home and will contain all course materials and tutor contact information.

Online – computer based

Online courses are offered through OntarioLearn, a consortium of 24 Ontario Colleges. An instructor facilitates learning online and will be available to answer questions, encourage discussions and provide feedback. You can participate in discussions with other students via private conferences or open chats.

COURSE INFORMATION

For information pertaining to courses offered, course descriptions, costs, important dates, textbooks, exam scheduling, start dates, and how to register, please visit www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Distance & Online Education or simpy scan the QR code with your “Smartphone”.

REFUNDS/WITHDRAWALS

For Refund and Withdrawal information please see Important Information page 129.

Close the distance on “Online Learning”

Plan to attend one of our FREE sessions and learn how to navigate in your Virtual Classroom.

Note: you must be registered in an online course in order to attend this session.

Available sessions are: Fall Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 6:30 p.m. Saturday, September 14, 2013 – 9:30 a.m. Course Code CLTR 1000

Students MUST register (www.durhamcollege.ca/coned) to attend.

For start-up details and to begin your course, please visit www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on the Distance & Online Education link, follow to “How to get started in your course”. Courses begin:

Fall

Friday, September 6, 2013 Last date to register: Friday, September 13, 2013 Last date to withdraw: Thursday, September 19, 2013

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Distance Education CORRESPONDENCE Accounting I

MI

Course is equivalent to CGA, CIB, CPA, CIE, HRPA and PMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 1200, ACCT 1300, ACCT 1307, ACCT 1315, and ACCT 1316 ACCT 1290/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Accounting I (HURM)

MI

Course is equivalent to CIE, CPA, HRPA and PMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 4208. ACCT 4298/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Accounting II

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting I Course is equivalent to CGA, CIB, CPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 2200, ACCT 2305 ACCT 2290/56 Hrs/$394.92 + text(s)

MI

Assessment & Planning for the Aging Adult

Prerequisite: Aging Introduction, Physiology of Aging HLT 7798/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

MI

Business Mathematics

Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: MATH 1202 MATH 1292/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Case Management for Mental Health

MI

Case Management for Elder Issues

MI

MI

Psychology Introduction

Equivalent: PSYC 1000 PSYC 1090/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Seniors Mental Health

MI

Sociology Introduction

MI

Prerequisite: Aging Introduction, Assessment & Planning, Physiology of Aging GER 1592/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

PSR 2595/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

GER 1594/20 Hrs/$176.40 + text(s)

Equivalent: SOCI 1000 SOCI 1090/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Communication & Health Promotion

Taxation I

MI

GER 1595/40 Hrs/$297.80 + text(s)

MI

Complex Family Dynamics GER 1593/20 Hrs/$176.40 + text(s)

Legal and Ethical Issues Related To Aging

MI

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting I Note: Completion of Taxation I & II, with a minimum grade of 70% in each, allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/course exemption. Course is equivalent to CIB. Equivalent: ACCT 3204 ACCT 3295/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Aging Introduction, Assessment & Planning, Physiology of Aging, Seniors Mental Health GER 1591/42 Hrs/$309.94 + text(s)

ONLINE A+ Essentials - Hardware

Equivalent: CSYS 1122 provided students successfully complete a practical exam. Please contact Val Gilham at 905.721.2000 ext. 2828 for further information regarding the practical exam. COMP 1884/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Aboriginal Governance and Sovereignty

INDG 1080/30 Hrs/$356.36 + text(s)

Aboriginal Strategy and Decisions INDG 1081/60 Hrs/$498.35

A+ Essentials - Operating System Abuse and Family Violence EDUC 1089/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s) Software Prerequisite: A+ Essentials - Hardware Access Advanced MI Equivalent: CSYS 2122 provided students successfully complete a practical exam. Please contact Val Gilham at 905.721.2000 ext. 2828 for further information regarding the practical exam. COMP 1885/52 Hrs/$424.79 + text(s)

Abnormal Psychology

MI

Prerequisite: Psychology Introduction Equivalent: PSYC 2501 COUN 2580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Access Introduction Software required: Microsoft Access Version 2007 or 2010. Note: Students must achieve a minimum overall final grade of 60% in order to pass this course. Equivalent: DBAS 2203 if taken with Access Introduction online - WIND 1282 WIND 2287/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Access Introduction

MI

Software required: Microsoft Access Version 2007 or 2010. (see Other Details) Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: DBAS 2203 if taken with Access Advanced online - WIND 2287 also equivalent to COMP 2327 if taken with Excel Introduction online SPRD 2281 WIND 1282/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Accessibility Auditing

Prerequisite: Accessibility Legislation and Application Note: Course may have group work. Equivalent: ACAA 2502 ACAA 2582/56 Hrs/$449.07

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Note: Group work may be required. Equivalent: ACLA 1502 ACLA 1582/42 Hrs/$364.09

Accounting I

MI

Recommended: Knowledge of Excel Note: Course is equivalent to CGA, CIB, CPA, CIE, HRPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Software Required: MS Word and Excel. Equivalent: ACCT 1200, ACCT 1300, ACCT 1315, ACCT 1307 and ACCT 1316 ACCT 1280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Accounting I (HURM)

MI

Recommended: Knowledge of Excel Note: Course is equivalent to CIB, CGA, CPA, CIE, HRPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Software Required: MS Word and Excel. Equivalent: ACCT 4208 ACCT 4288/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Accounting II

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting I Note: Course is equivalent to CGA, CIB, CPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Software Required: MS Word and Excel Equivalent: ACCT 2305 and ACCT 2200 ACCT 2280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Accounting Theory & Policy NEW Note: Course is a CGA transfer credit for AT1 ACCT 4285/60 Hrs/$498.35 + text(s)

ACCPAC - Accounts Payable

Recommended: ACCPAC General Ledger or equivalent experience and familiarity with basic accounting concepts. Software required: Sage ACCPAC 500 ERP, Version 5.6 - Student Version is included with the required textbook. Software is not compatible with a Mac computer due to keyboard differences. COMP 3287/18 Hrs/$243.41 + text(s)

ACCPAC - Accounts Receivable

Recommended: ACCPAC General Ledger or equivalent experience and familiarity with basic accounting concepts. Software required: Sage ACCPAC 500 ERP, Version 5.6 - Student Version is included with the required textbook. Software is not compatible with a Mac computer due to keyboard differences. COMP 3289/18 Hrs/$243.41 + text(s)

ACCPAC - General Ledger

Recommended: Familiarity with basic accounting concepts. Software required: Sage ACCPAC 500 ERP, Version 5.6 - Student Version is included with the required textbook. Software is not compatible with a Mac computer due to keyboard differences. COMP 3288/18 Hrs/$243.41 + text(s)

ACCPAC Order Entry Level 1

Prerequisite: ACCPAC - Accounts Payable, ACCPAC - Accounts Receivable, ACCPAC - General Ledger Software required: Sage ACCPAC 500 ERP, Version 5.6 which is available from our bookstore. Software is not compatible with a Mac computer due to keyboard differences. Note: Students are to order the required book from Mohawk College using course code INFOBW490 at www.mohawk.bookware3000.ca COMP 4280/18 Hrs/$243.41 + text(s)

ACCPAC Payroll

Prerequisite: ACCPAC - Accounts Payable, ACCPAC - Accounts Receivable, ACCPAC - General Ledger Software required: Sage ACCPAC 500 ERP, Version 5.6 - Student Version is included with the required textbook. Software is not compatible with a Mac computer due to keyboard differences. COMP 4282/18 Hrs/$243.41 + text(s)

Acquisitions

Prerequisite: Resource Description and Access Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. Note: Course contains mandatory chats. LIBR 3083/36 Hrs/$352.67

Adaptive Technology Education Prerequisite: Computers in Education Software Required: MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint EDUC 2084/42 Hrs/$389.09

Addictions and Mental Health ADMH 1381/42 Hrs/$364.09

Adobe Acrobat

COMP 1985/36 Hrs/$352.67

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Adobe Illustrator - Digital Illustration and Design I

Prerequisite: Dreamweaver I, Interactive Content Design I, Introduction to Computer Concepts, Introduction to Macintosh Software required: Adobe Illustrator - CS4 or CS5 is preferred however any CS version will be useable. The course lecture content will reflect CS4 and CS5. Equivalent: COMP 2302 COMP 2382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Adobe InDesign Basics

Software required: Adobe Indesign version CS4/CS5/CS6. Note: CS5 or CS6 software is preferred and students with an earlier version will not have all the features discussed in the book but will be able to use their software to the extent of its inherent features. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. COMP 1288/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Adobe Photoshop Elements

Software required: Adobe Photoshop Elements COMP 1080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Adult Learning

MI

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Note: Students must complete all evaluations and receive an overall mark of 50% to pass this course. TEAC 1980/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Adult Learning Theory for Accessibility Coordinators

Prerequisite: Professional Communication Note: Course may include group work. Equivalent: ACAL 2504 ACAL 2584/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Adults with Learning Disabilities Prerequisite: Adult Learning TEAC 2983/42 Hrs/$364.09

Advanced Accounting

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting III Course is equivalent to CGA accredited courses. A grade of 70% is required for a CGA credit Note: Group work may be required. Equivalent: ACCT 6201 ACCT 6281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)


Distance Education Advanced Communication Techniques for Accessibility Coordinators

Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection

Course is a CGA transfer credit for FA4. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. ACCT 5286/60 Hrs/$498.35 + text(s)

Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2, 1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. HOME 1887/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Advanced Sales Techniques

Alcohol and Gaming

Prerequisite: Professional Communication Note: Course contains mandatory group work. ACAT 2580/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Advanced Financial Accounting

NEW

Prerequisite: Economics II (Microeconomics), Marketing Research Techniques, Principles of Sales, Statistics Equivalent: SALE 4200 SALE 4280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Advanced Security

LASA 1384/28 Hrs/$279.11

Advertising and Sales Promotion

Prerequisite: Marketing II Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Note: Students must complete all evaluations to pass course. Course is equivalent to CIM and CIE equivalent courses. SALE 3281/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Advocacy, Practice and Reflection Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting Introduction, Assessment Process, Introduction to, The Inclusion Learning Environment, Resource Consultant Fieldwork 1, Understanding and Working with Families and Community Partners, Individual Family Service Plan, Resource Consultant Fieldwork 2 Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. ECE 7080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Aging Introduction

HLT 6789/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Equivalent: LASA 1309 when Smart Serve Certification is also completed LASA 1389/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Anatomy and Physiology I

MI

Note: Streamed clips inserted into course. Equivalent: ANAT 1500 provided students successfully complete Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 1581) and Anatomy and Physiology II (BIO 2582). BIO 1581/42 Hrs/$399.09 + text(s)

Anatomy and Physiology II MI

Prerequisite: Anatomy and Physiology I Note: Streamed clips inserted into course. Equivalent: ANAT 1500 provided students successfully complete Anatomy and Physiology I (BIO 1581) and Anatomy and Physiology II (BIO 2582). BIO 2582/42 Hrs/$399.09 + text(s)

Android Application Development Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. PROG 2080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Anger Management HLTH 1080/39 Hrs/$370.88

Anthropology

APCO Fire Dispatch

Prerequisite: APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator Upon successful completion, students will receive certification from the APCO Institute. Successful completion requirements include: receiving a passing grade on class assignments; meeting minimum attendance requirements as set out by APCO and; achieving at least 80% on the final exam. This course was designed by the Association of Public Safety Communications Officials (APCO) and is delivered by a certified APCO trainer. Equivalent: FIRE 2300 FIRE 2380/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator

A minimum of 80% on the final exam is required to receive the APCO certificate from APCO International. Note: This course contains mandatory group work. Note: An inventory sticker is included with the textbook. This sticker is authorization to write the certification exam and must be submitted along with the completed exam. THE TEXTBOOK MUST BE PURCHASED NEW. Equivalent: DISP 1300 DISP 1380/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Archives

Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. Note: Students must attend three chats to earn a participation mark. LIBR 1083/39 Hrs/$370.88

Arrhythmia Interpretation

Prerequisite: Health Care Professional such as RN, RPN, Paramedic, medical student, Pharmacy Technician or nursing student. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. CARD 1080/30 Hrs/$316.25

NEW

GNED 1181/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

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Prerequisite: Decontamination Principles Procedures and Practices, Identification, Care and Handling of Instruments, Medical Terminology - Level 1, Microbiology and Infection Control for Sterile Processing Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. Students are to purchase the required box set from Fanshawe College bookstore at http://fanshawe. bookware3000.ca. Quote course code HLTH1108. STPC 4580/24 Hrs/$279.83 + text(s)

Assessment and Evaluation MI Prerequisite: Adult Learning, Adults with Learning Disabilities, Curriculum Development, Instructional Techniques Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Students must complete all evaluations and receive an overall mark of 50% to pass. TEAC 4980/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Assessment Process, Introduction Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education – Resource Consulting Introduction ECE 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09

Astronomy

SCI 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Auditing 1

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting II Note: Completion of Auditing I and II, with a minimum grade of 70% in each, allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/ course exemption. Equivalent: ACCT 3203 ACCT 3281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Auditing 2

Prerequisite: Auditing 1 Note: Completion of Auditing I and II, with a minimum grade of 70% in each, allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/ course exemption. Equivalent: ACCT 4205 ACCT 4281/48 Hrs/$400.51 + text(s)

Autism Spectrum Disorder - Assisting Student Development for Educational Assistants

Prerequisite: Classroom Skills, Computers in Education, Exceptionalities I (EA), Exceptionalities II (EA), Foundations of Education, Personal and Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Course may contain mandatory group work. Students will need to purchase the required DVD for the course from Mohawk College www.mohawk.bookware3000.ca. Use course code EDUC10001 when ordering. EDUC 4080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Autism Spectrum Disorder Introduction

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. This course is not applicable to the Educational Assistant Diploma. Students are to purchase the required textbooks from the Algonquin College Bookstore. Quote course code FAM0016. http:// www.bookstore.algonquincollege.com/ Page/textbooks.html HLTH 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention

Note: Course contains mandatory group chats. SAPS 1280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Benefits Administration

HRM 1284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Between Farm and Table: Local Food Businesses and Cooperatives

Note: Students are required to have a pair of speakers for their computer. FOOD 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30

Blackberry Application Development NEW

Prerequisite: Java Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. APPL 1081/36 Hrs/$349.67 + text(s)

Border Services

Equivalent: CUST 1301 CUST 1382/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Building and Maintaining Customer Relationships CCSC 1280/48 Hrs/$425.51

Business Computer Applications I Note: Software required: Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010. Course is RIBO approved elective. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: COMP 1209 COMP 1289/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Business Computer Applications II

MI

Prerequisite: Business Computer Applications I, Computer Information Systems Note: Software required: Microsoft Excel Version 2007 or 2010 Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: COMP 2209 COMP 2289/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Business Finance I

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting II Note: Minimum passing grade is 50%. To earn a CGA credit a grade of 70% is required. Course is equivalent to CGA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Software required: Excel 2000 or higher Equivalent: ACCT 5202 ACCT 5282/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Business Finance II

Prerequisite: Business Finance I Note: Students must have access to a financial calculator. Course is equivalent to CGA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 6202 ACCT 6282/36 Hrs/$327.67 + text(s)

Business Law

MI

Course is equivalent to CGA and OIPMAC accredited courses Equivalent: LAW 1213 and LAW 3207 LAW 2280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Business Management Introduction

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Equivalent: MGMT 1209 MGMT 1288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Business Mathematics

Software required: MS Word 2000 or higher. Equivalent to MATH 1202 and MATH 1312 MATH 1282/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)


Distance Education Business of Tomorrow

Note: The minimum passing grade is 55%. High speed Internet is recommended. Course contains mandatory chats and group work. BUS 1981/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORKING All courses contain mandatory chats and group work. To be granted an equivalent credit for any of the CISCO courses below, you must successfully complete a practical exam in addition to passing the online course. For more information contact Val Gilham: 905.721.2000 ext. 2828

Associate 1 Networking Fundamentals

Note: Software Required: Internet connection, a Word Processor and course software provided for free download. CISC 1280/70 Hrs/$559.05

Associate 2 Introduction to Routing

Prerequisite: CCNA 1 - Networking Fundamentals Note: Students must pass all portions of the final exam to pass the course. Equivalent: DCOM 2100 provided students successfully complete a practical exam. CISC 2280/70 Hrs/$559.05

Associate 3 Routing & Switching

Prerequisite: CCNA2 - Introduction to Routing Equivalent: DCOM 3100 provided students successfully complete a practical exam. CISC 3280/70 Hrs/$559.05

Associate 4 Wide Area Networking

Prerequisite: CCNA3 - Routing and Switching Note: Students must pass all portions of the final exam to pass the course. Equivalent: DCOM 4100 provided students successfully complete a practical exam. CISC 4280/70 Hrs/$559.05

Canadian Law and Provincial Legislation

Business Practice for GIS Professionals

Prerequisite: Students should have an understanding of GIS. GIS 1283/45 Hrs/$407.30

Business Report Writing

MI

Course is equivalent to OIPMAC and RIBO accredited courses. COMM 1283/48 Hrs/$400.51 + text(s)

By-Law Enforcement

Canadian Literature

ENG 1087/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Canadian Politics

POL 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Career Mapping and Job Attainment

Equivalent: BYLW 1301 BYLW 1381/28 Hrs/$279.11

CARR 1980/42 Hrs/$440.56 + text(s)

C# Programming Introduction

Recommended: Knowledge of any programming language would be an asset. Software required: Windows XP or better, Visual Studio 2005 Professional edition or Visual C# 2005 Express edition. Note: Students are required to achieve a minimum 50% on the final exam in order to pass this course. Computer Requirements: Windows XP SP2 or SP3, Min. 192MB RAM (Rec. 384MB). At least 1 GHz processor (Rec. 1.6 MHz) or Windows Vista or Vista SP1. Min. 768MB RAM (Rec. 1GB). At least 1.6GHz processor (Rec. 2.2 GHz) Software Required: Visual Studio 2008 Professional or Visual C# 2008 Express. PROG 1289/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Calculus

Prerequisite: Mathematics I for Technician, Mathematics II for Technician, Mathematics II for Technology, Mathematics III for Technician Equivalent: MATH 3132 MATH 3182/64 Hrs/$522.63 + text(s)

Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits

Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1580/10 Hrs/$194.85

Canadian Criminal MI Justice System

Equivalent: PFP 101 PFP 8101/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Canadian Law

Note: Course contains mandatory chats. LAW 2385/28 Hrs/$279.11

Equivalent: LAW 1307, LAW 1320 LAW 1387/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Career Prep I – PFP/PSI

Eqivalent: PFP 331, PREP 2301 PFP 8331/14 Hrs/$194.13 + text(s)

Caregiving Skills

Prerequisite: Dementia Care Overview HLT 6781/24 Hrs/$279.83

Certified Ethical Hacking Introduction

NEW

Prerequisite: COMPTIA A+ OR COMPTIA Security + Certified OR Diploma OR Degree in Computer Networnking Due to the depths of topics in this course students will be required to have some understanding of networking components and security fundamentals. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Computer Requirements: A computer capable of running VMware Player and enough RAM to support multiple operating systems, labs are distributed to students via virtual computers. COMP 1180/45 Hrs/$407.30

Child Development I

MI

Equivalent: CHLD 2300 CHLD 2380/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Child Development II

Prerequisite: Child Development I, Observing the Young Child Equivalent: CHLD 3300 CHLD 3383/42 Hrs/$369.09 + text(s)

Children’s Literature Introduction

MI

Note: This subject may contain material that is explicit and/or offensive. WRIT 1981/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

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Circulation and Inter-Library Loan

Prerequisite: Libraries Introduction Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. LIBR 2080/36 Hrs/$352.67

Civil Procedures

Prerequisite: Contracts II Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 3382/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Classroom Skills

Prerequisite: Foundations of Education, Personal and Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in an Educational Setting Software Required: Must have access to PowerPoint to read slides. EDUC 3084/42 Hrs/$389.09

Coaching and Developing People This course is part of the Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP). Note: Mandatory chats and group work. MLCP 1181/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Co-Dependency as an Addiction PSYC 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss - Children’s Health Focus Note: Course contains mandatory chat sessions. CHLD 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Comfort Measures

CARE 1587/30 Hrs/$291.25 + text(s)

Commercial Construction Principles Note: This course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. CNST 1084/36 Hrs/$352.67

MI Available Monthly Intake

Communication and Interpersonal Skills

Prerequisite: Dementia Care Overview HLT 6780/24 Hrs/$279.83

Communication and Professional Practices Course is a RIBO approved elective. Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Note: Textbooks/Manuals/CDs must be ordered from Carson Dunlop 1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. The Promo code is ONLearn. HOME 1880/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Communication in an Educational Setting I Prerequisite: Communications for E.A. Software Required: PowerPoint to read slides. Note: Students are to purchase the required textbooks and DVD from Mohawk College www.mohawk.bookware3000.ca. Use course code EDUC10040 when ordering items. EDUC 1181/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Communication in an Educational Setting II Prerequisite: Communication in an Educational Setting I Software Required: PowerPoint to read slides. Note: Students purchase the required textbooks from Mohawk College www.mohawk.bookware3000.ca. Use course code EDUC10041 when ordering. EDUC 2181/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Communication Techniques

Note: Students must submit course assignments in Word format and are also required to record and post an oral presentation. Equivalent: COMM 2301 COMM 2381/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Communication/Customer Service for the Food Service Worker NEW Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. FSW 1580/30 Hrs/$316.25

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Communications and Investigative Report Writing COMM 1384/42 Hrs/$364.09

Communications – Leadership Development Skills

Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. LDS 1080/30 Hrs/$321.25

Communications for Business I

MI Note: This course requires the use of a microphone. Equivalent: COMM 2204 COMM 2284/45 Hrs/$407.30 Communications for Business II

MI

Prerequisite: Communications for Business Equivalent: COMM 3202 COMM 3282/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Communications for Career Employment

Note: Course is equivalent to CGA and CPA accredited courses. Software Required: Course requires Microsoft Word. COMM 3280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Communications for Educational Assistants

MI

Note: Students must complete both tests and submit all assignments in order to pass this course. EDUC 1084/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Communications for Entrepreneurs

Prerequisite: College Communication Skills Software required: PowerPoint Equivalent: COMM 1203 COMM 1280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Communications I (PFP)

MI

Equivalent: PFP 104, COMM 104 Note: Students must complete both tests and submit all assignments in order to pass this course. PFP 8104/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)


Distance Education Communications I Legal Administration

Equivalent: COMM 1335 Software Required: A computer microphone, PowerPoint and Word COMM 1380/45 Hrs/$407.30

Communications II - Law Enforcement

Prerequisite: Communications I (Law Enforcement), Communications I (PFP) Note: Students must have access to a video camera to complete assignments. Tapes must be in VHS or DVD format and will not be returned. Equivalent: PFP 204 and COMM 1322 PFP 8204/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Community Advocacy MI Techniques

Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1581/10 Hrs/$194.85

Community and Social Services Equivalent: PFP 206 PFP 8206/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Compensation Management (HURM)

MI

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management (HURM), or Human Resources Management Principles, or Human Resources Management Principles (HURM), or Principles of Human Resources Management (HURM) Note: Students must pass the final exam in order to pass the course. Course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 5200 HRM 5280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Complementary Therapies Introduction

GNED 1489/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Computer Applications for Human Resources

Prerequisite: Business Computer Applications II or equivalent. Software required: Microsoft Excel 2007 or Microsoft Excel 2010. Equivalent: COMP 2205 COMP 3282/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Computer Applications in Marketing

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Computer/Keyboarding Skills II

Prerequisite: Computer Keyboarding Skills I Note: Software required: Keyboarding Pro Deluxe 1.3.1 comes with the required textbook. The following are the minimum system requirements necessary to run the Keyboarding Pro Deluxe software: PC with 1.4 GHz Pentium 4 or higher (or 100% Compatible CPU), 1 GB RAM (recommended), hard disk with 2 GB free space, Windows XP SP @, Vista or Windows 7 (32-bit versions) operating system. Optical (CD or DVD) drive for ‘standard’ installation. This software is not compatible with a Mac; however, if you have Windows operating system installed and Office 2007, you may be able to run the software. COMP 2381/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Computer-Aided Drafting I

Note: Students are required to purchase and load AutoCAD 2012 student version or greater to their computer. This course is not recommended for those who have a Mac. CAD 1080/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Computer/Cyber Crime CRIM 1385/42 Hrs/$364.09

Computers an Introduction

Note: Course contains mandatory chats and possibly group work. Note: You must pass the final exam in order to pass this course. PFP 8306/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Business Computer Applications II Software required: Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Publisher. Equivalent: COMP 2207 COMP 2287/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Software required: MS Office or WordPerfect Suite or MS Works. Note: Software required: MS Office 2007 or 2010 Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. COMP 1281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Community Policing II

Computer/Keyboarding Skills I

Note: Students registering into this course must be completing a placement within a confirmed school site as access into the Ministry of Education classroom educational software is required. MS PowerPoint is also required. Software Required: Students registering in this course should have access through an elementary or secondary school site to the Ministry of Education educational software. Must have MS Word, PowerPoint and Excel. EDUC 1083/42 Hrs/$389.09

Community Policing I

Prerequisite: Community Policing I Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: PFP 406 PFP 8406/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Compensation Management MI Prerequisite: Human Resources Management Principles, Human Resources Management II Note: Students must pass the final exam in order to pass the course. Course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 3200 HRM 3280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Note: Keyboarding software for this course is not compatible with MAC computers unless you have MS Windows installed on your MAC. Software required: Keyboarding Pro Deluxe 1.3.1 comes with the required textbook. The following are the minimum system requirements necessary to run the Keyboarding Pro Deluxe software: PC with 1.4 GHz Pentium 4 or higher (or 100% Compatible CPU), 1 GB RAM (recommended), hard disk with 2 GB free space, Windows XP SP @, Vista or Windows 7 (32-bit versions) operating system. Optical (CD or DVD) drive for ‘standard’ installation. This software is not compatible with a MAC; however, if you have Windows operating system installed and Office 2007, you may be able to run the software. Equivalent: COMP 2340 COMP 1083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Computers in Education

Conflict Management

Prerequisite: Police Powers I, Provincial Offences Equivalent: PFP 405 PFP 8405/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

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Prerequisite: Students should have sound knowledge of mathematics and English to be successful in this course. Note: This course contains mandatory group work. The minimum passing grade for this course is 55%. CNST 1082/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Continuous Improvement Process

Note: Course contains mandatory chats and group work. MLCP 1180/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Continuous Quality Improvement in the Food Processing Industry

Cost Accounting II

MI

Prerequisite: Cost Accounting I Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Equivalent: ACCT 4203 ACCT 4283/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

Cost Estimating, Introduction to

Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. The minimum passing grade for this course is 70%. PROD 1280/60 Hrs/$498.35

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. Students must have a minimum final grade of 55% to pass this course. CNST 1085/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Materials Estimating and Methods Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. CNST 1087/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Coping with Death: Counselling, Support Groups and Therapies NEW

Cost Management

Construction Contracts and Documents

Coronary Care - RPN

Construction Contract Bid Management

Note: Students are to purchase two additional readings including the required textbook. Contact www.hscanada.com/main. htm for stock #12421 and #22401. CNST 1080/32 Hrs/$328.39 + text(s)

Construction Job Site Management Prerequisite: Materials Estimating and Methods Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. CNST 1088/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Consumer Protection Laws MI - Part I

Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1582/10 Hrs/$194.85

Consumer Protection Laws MI - Part II

Prerequisite: Consumer Protection Laws – Part I Note: Minimum passing grade is 52%. Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 2582/10 Hrs/$194.85

Contemporary Social Problems Prerequisite: Sociology Introduction Equivalent: PFP 203 PFP 8203/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

WELL 1086/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Current RPN registration Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. RPN 1080/30 Hrs/$316.25

Coronary Care I for RNs

Prerequisite: Current RN registration Note: Minimum passing grade is 70%. RN 1584/30 Hrs/$316.25

Coronary Care II for RNs

Prerequisite: Coronary Care I for RNs, current RN registration Note: Minimum passing grade is 70%. RN 2584/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Corporate Crime Investigation CRIM 1384/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Corporate Practice and Procedure Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 2081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Corrections

Equivalent: LASA 1310 LASA 1380/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Cost Accounting I

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting II Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Equivalent: ACCT 3200 ACCT 3285/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Prerequisite: Accounting I Equivalent ACCT 2206 ACCT 2286/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Counselling Skills in Oncology RN 2583/30 Hrs/$291.25 + text(s)

Creating a Corporate Service Culture CCSC 1281/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Creative and Critical Thinking – Leadership Development Series Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LDS 1081/30 Hrs/$321.25 + text(s)

Creative Writing Beginners

Note: Course is a PASS/FAIL only. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Software Required: Word Processor. WRIT 1980/30 Hrs/$316.25

Criminal and Civil Law

MI

Equivalent: PFP 301 PFP 8301/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Criminal Code

Prerequisite: Criminal and Civil Law Equivalent: PFP 302 PFP 8302/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Criminal Code and Civil Law Equivalent: PFP 231 PFP 8231/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Criminal Code and Federal Statutes

Prerequisite: Criminal and Civil Law Equivalent: PFP 402 PFP 8402/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)


Distance Education Criminal Law - Legal Administration Equivalent: LAW 1208 LAW 1288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Criminal Psychology -Psychopathic Minds

Equivalent: CURR 1501 CURR 1581/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. PSYC 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Criminology

MI

Equivalent: PFP 201 PFP 8201/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Crisis Intervention

Note: Students are required to watch the movie “Crash� with Sandra Bullock, Don Cheadle and Ryan Philippe as part of the course. COMM 2382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Crisis Intervention in Mental Health Nursing

Prerequisite: Mental Health Nursing, Intro. NURS 2556/42 Hrs/$290.46 + text(s)

Crisis Intervention Theories and Models

NEW

Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions. CRIS 1580/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Critical Thinking

MI

ENG 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Cults and Terrorism

Curriculum Development II - Early Childhood Education

Prerequisite: Curriculum Development I - ECE Equivalent: CURR 2501 CURR 2581/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Curriculum Development III - Early Childhood Education

Prerequisite: Curriculum Development II - ECE Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Equivalent: CURR 3501 CURR 3581/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Customer Service and Ethics SERV 1383/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Database Design for Information Workers Prerequisite: Computer Keyboarding Skills I, Libraries Introduction Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. Software required: Microsoft Access 2010 LIBR 2081/21 Hrs/$261.62 + text(s)

Database Development Oracle

MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. CRIM 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Cultural Diversity in Education EDUC 2083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Current Trends in Mental Health

Prerequisite: Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundation Note: Course contains mandatory chats. PSR 2584/45 Hrs/$407.30

Curriculum Development

Curriculum Development I - Early Childhood Education

MI

Prerequisite: Adult Learning, Adults with Learning Disabilities Note: Course contains mandatory group work TEAC 2980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Prerequisite: Database Development I, SQL Introduction Software required: Oracle Developer Suite 11g. This software is a free download; however. it does not function on a Mac computer. If you own a Mac, you may use Oracle Developer Suite 10g; however, it does have some minor limitations. Equivalent: DATA 1132 DBAS 5286/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Dealing with Difficult People MI

OMDP students may use this course as one credit towards an OMDP elective credit. Note: This course has limited spaces so please register early. Course contains mandatory group work. This course has a minimum passing grade of 55%. MGMT 1181/30 Hrs/$316.25

Decontamination Principles, Procedures and Practices in Sterile Processing

Prerequisite: Identification, Care & Handling of Instrumentation in Sterile Processing, Medical Terminology, Microbiology & Infection Control for Sterile Processing STPC 3580/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Dementia Care Overview HLT 6681/24 Hrs/$279.83

Dementia Studies Field Placement

Prerequisite: Caregiving Skills, Communication & Interpersonal Skills, Dementia Care Overview, Ethics and Legalities, Evaluation & Program Planning, Research & Development Completed Dementia Studies/ Palliative Care/Oncology RN & RPN clinical application form, photocopy of your Standard First Aid & CPR (Level C) certificates, photocopy of your Criminal Reference Check including Vulnerable Sector Screen valid within 6 months. HLT 6788/90 Hrs/$389.15

Design Basics

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: Adobe InDesign CS4-6 and a scanner required. BDES 1381/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Design Principles Advanced

Prerequisite: Design Basics Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: Students are required to purchase and load Adobe CS4, CS5 or CS6. BDES 2381/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Designing & Managing a Geographic Information System

Prerequisite: Access Advanced, Access Introduction, G.I.S. Introduction Software Required: Microsoft Access 2010 GIS 1082/42 Hrs/$389.09

Developing a Graphic Design Portfolio Software required: Adobe InDesign DESN 1981/45 Hrs/$459.19 + text(s)

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52 Distance Education Developing Client Service Teams

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. In addition to the required textbook, students need to purchase resource materials from www.hscanada.con/main.htm quoting stock #12421 and stock #22401. CCSC 1282/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Developing Effective Teams

Note: Tuition includes cost of textbook that will be mailed to you. Course requires mandatory group work. MLCP 1182/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Developing Leadership Capacity

Diversity & First Nations Peoples Equivalent: PFP 109 PFP 8109/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Documentary Scriptwriting WRIT 1087/28 Hrs/$304.11 + text(s)

Domestic and Workplace Violence GNED 1483/45 Hrs/$407.30

Donor Relationships in Fundraising FUND 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30

Dramatic Scriptwriting

Note: Course requires mandatory group work. PERF 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

WRIT 1088/28 Hrs/$304.11 + text(s)

Development Across the Lifespan

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: A modern web browser with Flash Player and an email account. For sending drawings ONE of the following is recommended: digital cameras, scanner, regular camera (you can convert to digital) or mail through Canada Post. DRAW 1980/36 Hrs/$352.67

MI

Prerequisite: Psychology Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Equivalent: PSYC 2500 PSYC 2580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Diabetes: The Basics

Note: Limited enrollment, students should register early. RN 1080/30 Hrs/$316.25

Drawing Realistic Subjects in Pencil

Dreamweaver Advanced

HLSC 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09

Prerequisite: Dreamweaver Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: CS5.5 or CS6. Equivalent: PROG 2303 MEDA 2380/30 Hrs/$348.25 + text(s)

Disability Perspectives

Dreamweaver Introduction

Disabilities and Disorders

Equivalent: ACOD 1501 Note: Group work may be required. ACOD 1581/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Disinfection and Sterilization Concepts and Techniques

Prerequisite: Assembly, Wrapping and Packaging of Instrumentation, Decontamination Principles, Procedures and Practices in Sterile Processing, Indent, Care & Handling of Instrumentation in Sterile Processing, Medical Terminology, Microbiology & Infection Control for Sterile Processing Identification Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. STPC 5580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Dispute Resolution

HRM 2282/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Recommended: Knowledge of HTML Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: CS5.5 or CS6. MEDA 1380/30 Hrs/$348.25 + text(s)

Dynamic Web Sites with Amp (Apache, MySQL and PHP)

Prerequisite: HTML Introduction Software required: Any web browser, text editor, Apache web server http://httpd. apache.org, MySQL database server http:// www.mysql.com, PHP interpreterhttp:// www.php.net/ Equivalent: INTN 2201 PROG 3283/56 Hrs/$449.07

Dynamics of Conflict

MGMT 1380/42 Hrs/$364.09

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

E-Business an Introduction

Recommended: Computer and Marketing knowledge. Software required: Microsoft FrontPage and FTP Software EBUS 1282/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Educational Assistant Practicum I

Prerequisite: EA Practicum Preparation, Foundations of Education, Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Students are required to submit a current Criminal Record Check before registering for this course. Also, individual district boards of education have specific requirements before a candidate may begin their practicum (First Aid, CPR’C, TB test, Medical, etc.) Please ensure your check with your Board of Education. EDUC 3081/132 Hrs/$454.15

Educational Assistant Practicum II

Prerequisite: Classroom Skills, Computers in Education, E.A Practicum I, EA Practicum Preparation, EA Practicum Preparation, Exceptionalities I (EA), Foundations of Education, Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Students are required to submit a current Criminal Record check before registering for this course. Also, individual district boards of education have specific requirements before a candidate may begin their practicum (First Aid, CPR’C, TB test, medical, etc.) Please ensure you check with your Board of Education. Software required: Students registering in this course should have access through an elementary or secondary school site to the Ministry of Education educational software. EDUC 3083/132 Hrs/$454.15

Educational Assistant Practicum III

Prerequisite: Classroom Skills, Computers in Education, E.A Practicum I, E.A. Practicum II, EA Practicum Preparation, Exceptionalities I (EA), Foundations of Education, Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in Educational Setting Note: Students will be required to submit a current police check prior to registering for this course. Also, individual district boards of education have specific requirements before a candidate may begin their practicum (First Aid, CPR’C, TB test, medical, etc.) Please ensure you check with your Board of Education. EDUC 4083/132 Hrs/$454.15


Distance Education Educational Assistant Practicum Preparation EDUC 2088/42 Hrs/$389.09

Early Childhood Education Field Placement Preparation I Equivalent: FWKP 1302 FWKP 1382/14 Hrs/$197.78

Early Childhood Education Field Placement Preparation II

Prerequisite: ECE Field Placement Preparation I Note: Due to the Early Childhood Education Diploma program requirements, students must complete ECE Field Placement I & Seminar FWK 2381 at the same time as Field Placement Preparation for ECE II FWKP 2382. Equivalent: FWKP 2302 FWKP 2382/14 Hrs/$197.78

Early Childhood Education Practices Introduction Equivalent: ECE 1301 ECE 1381/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Economics I (Macroeconomics)

MI

Note: Course is a RIBO approved elective. Course is equivalent to CGA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: ECON 1200, PGM 1303 ECON 1280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Economics II (Microeconomics)

MI

Prerequisite: Economics I (Macroeconomics) Note: Course is equivalent to AAA, CGA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Course is a RIBO approved elective. Equivalent: ECON 2200 ECON 2280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Electronic Publishing and Emerging Technologies

Prerequisite: Office 2003 Professional, Office XP Professional Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. Software required: PowerPoint LIBR 1085/36 Hrs/$352.67

MI

Emergency Management

English 2

Employee Labour Relations (HURM)

Entrepreneurship I

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. MGMT 2389/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

MI

Note: In order to pass this course, a minimum grade of 55% is required for both the exam AND the final grade. Course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: LABR 5202 LABR 5282/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

MI

Employee Labour Relations

Prerequisite: Business Law Note: In order to pass this course, a minimum grade of 55% is required for both the exam AND the final grade. Course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 2201 HRM 2280/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

MI

Employment Insurance Act

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1583/10 Hrs/$194.85

Employment Law

Prerequisite: English 1 Software Required: Microsoft Word ENG 2081/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

MI

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA, CIE and RIBO accredited courses. Equivalent: MGMT 1200, MGMT 1325, ENTR 2200, ENTR 4301 ENTR 1281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Environment Management Introduction

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. ENVI 1580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Environmental Citizenship ENVI 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Environmental Geology

ENVI 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Environmental Regulations Equivalent: REGS 1131 REGS 1181/42 Hrs/$389.09

Ergonomics

HLTS 1083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

LAW 1284/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Employment Law for Leadership Development - LDS Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LDS 1082/30 Hrs/$321.25

Employment Standard Act

MI

Ergonomics and Disability Management

Prerequisite: Occupational Health Nursing Introduction recommended. OHN 1086/42 Hrs/$389.09

Essentials of Writing Fiction

Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1584/10 Hrs/$194.85

WRIT 1180/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Enforcement Procedures

CARE 1582/45 Hrs/$382.30

Prerequisite: Criminal & Civil Law Equivalent: LASA 1308 LASA 1388/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

English 1

MI

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Software required: Students will require a microphone, PowerPoint and Word ENG 1081/45 Hrs/$407.30

Ethical, Legal and Spiritual Concerns Ethics and the Justice System ETHC 1384/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Ethics and Legalities HLT 6784/24 Hrs/$279.83

Evaluation and Program Planning HLT 6785/39 Hrs/$370.88

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54 Distance Education Exceptionalities I - Educational Assistant Prerequisite: Foundations of Education, Personal & Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in Educational Setting EDUC 2082/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Exceptionalities II - Educational Assistant Event Management Strategies MGMT 1282/60 Hrs/$498.35

Event Planning and Operations

Prerequisite: Meeting & Convention Planning MGMT 1289/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Event Planning and Protocol MGMT 1287/30 Hrs/$316.25

Event Planning - Practical Project Prerequisite: Event Planning & Operations, Meeting & Convention Planning, Trade Show Management for Convention Note: Course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. MGMT 2289/36 Hrs/$352.67

Excel Advanced

MI

Prerequisite: Excel Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent to COMP 2206 if both Excel Introduction and Excel Advanced courses are taken online. Also equivalent to COMP 3200 if taken with Simply Accounting. Software required: Microsoft Excel Version 2007 or 2010. Equivalent: COMP 2204 SPRD 2282/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Excel Introduction

MI

Equivalent: COMP 2327 if taken with Access Introduction online WIND 1282. Equivalent to COMP 2206 if taken with Excel Advanced online SPRD 2282. Equivalent to COMP 1101 if taken with Word Introduction online WIND 2285. Software required: Microsoft Excel Version 2007 or 2010. Course is equivalent to CIB accredited courses. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. SPRD 2281/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Classroom Skills, Computers in Education, Exceptionalities I (EA), Foundations of Education, Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Course contains a mandatory chat. EDUC 3082/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Exceptionalities III - Educational Assistant

Prerequisite: Classroom Skills, Computers in Education, Exceptionalities I (EA), Exceptionalities II (EA), Foundations of Education, Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics, Safety in Educational Setting EDUC 4082/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Exceptionalities Introduction Early Childhood Education Prerequisite: Child Development II Equivalent: CHLD 3303 CHLD 3382/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Exterior Inspection

Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2, 1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. HOME 1881/42 Hrs/$389.09

Family Law

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%.Software required: A word processor capable of creating RTF or DOC files. LAW 2082/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Field of Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting Introduction Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. ECE 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Field to Fork: Introduction to Local and Global Food Systems

Note: Students are required to have a pair of speakers for their computer. FOOD 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Finance - LDS

LDS 1083/30 Hrs/$316.25

Financial Environment

FIN 1083/45 Hrs/$459.19 + text(s)

Fire Protection

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. HLTH 1589/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Fireworks (Adobe)

Software required: Fireworks GRPH 1080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Fitness I

Note: Students will be responsible for scheduling the PREP (Physical Readiness Evaluation for Policing) test prior to the end of the course. Any expenses incurred for this is the responsibility of the student. Note: Students must complete a PARQ form and are advised to acquire the appropriate medical clearance prior to beginning the course. Students will have to join a recognized fitness center and train a minimum of three times per week. A student must achieve a minimum of 50% and complete the PREP to pass the course. Software Required: Apple QuickTime Viewer. Equivalent: PFP 110 PFP 8308/28 Hrs/$304.11 + text(s)

Fitness II

Prerequisite: Fitness I Note: Students will be responsible for scheduling the PREP (Physical Readiness Evaluation for Policing) test prior to the end of the course. Any expenses incurred for this is the responsibility of the student. The test must be administered by a CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist who is approved by the course instructor. Course is marked on a PASS/FAIL scale. Equivalent: PFP 220, FITS 2303 PFP 8408/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)


Distance Education Fitness III

Prerequisite: Fitness II, Fitness II - PFP Note: Students will be responsible for scheduling the PREP (Physical Readiness Evaluation for Policing) test prior to the end of the course. Any expenses incurred for this is the responsibility of the student. The test must be administered by a CSEP Certified Exercise Physiologist who is approved by the course instructor. Equivalent: PFP 330 PFP 8330/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Flash Intermediate

Prerequisite: Flash Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: CS5.5 or CS6 MEDA 2381/30 Hrs/$348.25 + text(s)

Flash Introduction

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: CS5.5 or CS6 MEDA 1381/30 Hrs/$348.25 + text(s)

Food Preparation & Production

Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. FSW 1080/30 Hrs/$316.25

Food Security and Food Justice in Canada Note: Students require a set of speakers for their computer prior to the course starting date. FOOD 1083/45 Hrs/$407.30

Forensic Accounting Introduction

Prerequisite: Students should have a solid understanding of financial and managerial accounting. Note: Students must pass the in-person final exam in order to pass this course. Software required: Internet access, an email account and Microsoft Word. ACCT 5284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Forensic Psychology

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: Word Processor. Equivalent: PSYC 1309, PSYC 2354 PSYC 1981/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Forensics 9-1-1: The Basics of Forensic Criminal Investigation

French 5

Foundations for Sustainability

French Écrit

Warning: Discretion is advised, due to graphic content. Note: Course includes mandatory group work. CRIM 1580/42 Hrs/$364.09

NEW

Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. FOOD 1086/36 Hrs/$352.67

Foundations of Education

EDUC 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation ACTV 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Fraud Investigation

FRAD 1380/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Freelance Writing

Equivalent: ENG 4300 and REPT 5302 WRIT 1380/42 Hrs/$389.09

French 1

MI

Note: Students will be required to submit an oral/visual presentation using a DVD, CD or use of YouTube. LANG 1982/42 Hrs/$389.09

French 2

MI

Prerequisite: French 4 Note: Students will be required to submit an oral/visual presentation using a DVD, CD or use of YouTube. LANG 5982/42 Hrs/$389.09

Prerequisite: French 5 LANG 1986/42 Hrs/$364.09

Fundamental Communication Skills Equivalent: ENG 1307 COMM 1385/48 Hrs/$425.51

Fundamental Mathematics

Note: Students are required to purchase a student manual in addition to the textbook that is available from the Durham College Bookstore. The manual is available from the Fanshawe College Bookstore at http://www. fanshawec.bkstr.com/. Please quote course code MATH1147 when ordering. MATH 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Fundamentals of UNIX

NEW

Software required: Oracle Virtual VBox offered free online but students should know how to use it UNIX 1080/56 Hrs/$474.07

Fundraising Introduction FUND 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Prerequisite: French 1 Note: Students will be required to submit an oral/visual presentation using a DVD, CD or use of YouTube. LANG 2982/42 Hrs/$389.09

Genre Fiction and Readers’ Advisory Service

French 3 Prerequisite: French 2 Note: Students will be required to submit an oral/visual presentation using a DVD, CD or use of YouTube. LANG 3982/42 Hrs/$389.09

Geographic Information Systems Introduction

French 4

Geography and Tourism

Prerequisite: French 3 Note: Students will be required to submit an oral/visual presentation using a DVD, CD or use of YouTube. LANG 4982/42 Hrs/$389.09

Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1086/36 Hrs/$352.67

Software Required: Open Source Software Quantam GIS (Windows, Mac, Linux comp.) GIS 1250/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

GNED 1584/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Geological Disasters

GNED 1580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

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56 Distance Education Geographic Information Systems Software - ArcView Prerequisite: G.I.S. Introduction Software Required: Included with the textbook is a fully functioning 180-Day trial version of ArcView 10.X software on DVD, as well as a CD of data for working through the book’s exercises. Once installed and registered, the single-use software cannot be reinstalled and the time limit cannot be extended. This ArcView Evaluation software requires Windows XP or greater. Hardware Requirements: 2.2GHz processor, 2GB RAM, 2.4GB free Hard Drive Space, including 50MB on the operating system drive and an additional 285MB required for the exercise data. GIS 2250/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Global Citizenship

Software Required: Able to view videos (YouTube, etc). GNED 1380/48 Hrs/$425.51

Health and Safety Legislation for Occupational Health Nurses Prerequisite: Occupational Health Nursing OHN 1083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Health and Safety Management for Occupational Health Nurses

Prerequisite: Occupational Health Nursing OHN 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09

Health Assessment

Note: Course has optional group work. Note: Students will need to either rent or purchase the DVD movie “An Inconvenient Truth” Software. Requirements: Microsoft Word and DVD Player. ENVI 1981/30 Hrs/$316.25

Globalization and Sustainability ECON 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Growing Up Digital - Living and Working in Canada SOCI 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30

Guidance of the Young Child Equivalent: CHLD 1302 CHLD 1382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%.. HLTH 1585/36 Hrs/$352.67

History of Aboriginal/Canadian Relations GNED 1484/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

History of Art

Equivalent: HIST 1307 HIST 1387/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Anatomy & Physiology II Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. HASS 3580/42 Hrs/$400.24 + text(s)

Hockey Hall of Fame Presents

Health Records Management

Hospitality Marketing I

Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. Software Required: Word Processor. OFFC 1580/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Healthy Adult Aging GER 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Heating Inspection I

Global Warming Concepts

Herbal Therapies

Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Course is a RIBO approved elective. Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, ON M5A 4K2, 1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn HOME 1884/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Heating Inspection II

Prerequisite: Heating Inspection I Course is a RIBO approved elective. Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 407-120 Carlton Street, Toronto, ON M5A 4K2,1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. HOME 2884/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

SPRT 1987/42 Hrs/$389.09

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. MKTG 1283/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

HTML Intermediate

Prerequisite: HTML Introduction Software Required: Basic text editor. PROG 2288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

HTML Introduction

MI

Software Required: Basic text editor, Web Browser that supports frames and HTML 4 and up. Note: Students must write the final exam to pass the course. PROG 1288/42 Hrs/$364.09

Human Behaviour in the Workplace

GNED 1486/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Human Relations and Supervision Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. LIBR 1087/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Human Relations – LDS MI NEW Equivalents: HRM 1200 and HRM 2200 Note: Course contains mandatory group discussions. Course is equivalent to CIE, CPA, HRPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. LDS 1084/30 Hrs/$321.25


Distance Education Human Resources Management Principles (HURM)

Human Sexuality MI

Note: Course is equivalent to CIE, CPA, HRPA, and OIPMAC accredited courses. Note: Course contains mandatory group discussions. Equivalent: HRM 4201 HRM 4281/70 Hrs/$534.05 + text(s)

MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Equivalent: CHLD 4501 CHLD 4581/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Humanities

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. HUMA 1380/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Human Resources Personnel Research Techniques

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management II, Human Resources Management Principles Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. The HRPA requires a minimum grade of 70% to qualify towards an HRPA accreditation. HRM 2283/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Human Resources Planning MI

Prerequisite: Human Management Principles, Human Resources Management Note: Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Note: The HRPA requires a minimum grade of 70% to qualify towards an HRPA accreditation. Equivalent: HRM 3204 HRM 3284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Human Resources Planning (HURM) MI

Prerequisite: Human Resource Management Principles Note: The HRPA requires a minimum grade of 70% to qualify towards an HRPA accreditation. Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Equivalent: HRM 5204 HRM 5284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Human Rights in Ontario

Note: Minimum passing grade is 52%. Students must receive 26 on lessons and 26 on the final for a total of 52 to pass. Note: This course has mandatory class chats (see evaluation details.) CACP 1585/10 Hrs/$194.85

Independent Study in Mental Health Rehabilitation

Prerequisite: Case Management for Mental Health, Current Trends in Mental Health Practices, Mental Health Practices, Mental Health Practitioner Role, Mental Health Rehabiitation Foundation, Mental Health Services, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Process Note: Course contains mandatory chats on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. EST. (3 Total) PSR 3585/60 Hrs/$498.35

Indexing and Subject Analysis Prerequisite: Library Classification Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 5082/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Indigenous Identity and Relationship to the Land

GNED 1488/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Identification, Care and Handling of Instrumentation MI in Sterile Processing

Prerequisite: Microbiology & Infection Control Note: Course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. Note: Students are required to purchase the textbook/supply kit from Fanshawe College Bookstore http:// fanshawe.bookware3000.ca/Page/bookstore.html quote course code HLTH1119. Software Required: Microsoft Word, Adobe Reader, PPT Reader. STPC 2580/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Income Tax Planning

Prerequisite: Strategic Investment Planning Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Students purchase the required textbook from Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals (CIFP). The CIFP is a non-profit association of Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals. CIFP contact telephone number is 1.866.635.5526. Software Required: Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. FIN 4080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Individual Family Support Plan

Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education – Resource Consulting Introduction, Research and Assessment Introduction, Resource Consult Fieldwork 1, The Inclusive Learning Environment, Understanding and Working with Families and Community Partners Note: Course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. ECE 5080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Industrial Hygiene

Note: Students are required to purchase their textbooks directly from Algonquin College 613.727.472. ext. 7609 quoting their course code number SAF5402. HLTS 1082/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Industrial Psychology and Research

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management II, Human Resources Management Principles, Introduction to Psychology, Statistics II Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: PSYC 3200 PSYC 3250/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

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58 Distance Education Information Security: Certified Information System Security Professional NEW

If students are intending to pursue the CISSP credential they are responsible to confirm their eligibility to write the certification exam directly with the governing body, (ISC), at www.isc2.org Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. SECT 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Information Technology for Library Technicians

Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1081/39 Hrs/$370.88

Instructional Techniques

MI

Prerequisite: Adult Learning, Adults with Learning Disabilities, Curriculum Development Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Software Required: A microphone may be used to complete an assignment; however, it is an optional purchase. TEAC 3980/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Integrated Marketing Communication I

Prerequisite: Marketing II Equivalent: MKTG 3207 COMM 3283/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Integrated Marketing Communication II

Prerequisite: Integrated Marketing Communication Equivalent: MKTG 4200 COMM 4283/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Integration with Mobile Applications NEW

Prerequisite: JavaScript, Web Design for Mobile Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. APPL 3082/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Interactive Learning Processes

Prerequisite: Adult Learning Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. The minimum passing grade for this course is 55% and students must pass the final assignment. TEAC 2987/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Intercultural Communication

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor COMM 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09

Interior/Insulation Inspection

Note: Successful completion of the Durham College Home Inspection Certificate fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the courses being submitted to OAHI for consideration. Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, ON M5A 4K2, 1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. HOME 1888/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Intermediate Accounting I

Prerequisite: Accounting Note: Course is equivalent to CGA and CIB accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 3201 ACCT 3280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Intermediate Accounting II

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting I Note: Course is equivalent to CGA accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 4200 ACCT 4280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Intermediate Accounting III

Prerequisite: Intermediate Accounting II Note: Course is equivalent to CGA accredited courses. Software Required: Microsoft Excel. Equivalent: ACCT 5201 ACCT 5283/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

International Business

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: MKTG 2202 and MKTG 3200 MKTG 2282/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Internet Mapping

Software Required: This course uses MapServer which is an Open Source development environment for constructing spatially enabled Internet-Web applications. All software in this course is Open Source (MapServer, OGIS, GDAL/OGR Utilities). INTN 1881/42 Hrs/$389.09

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Interpersonal and Group Dynamics Note: Course is equivalent to CPA equivalent courses. Note: High speed Internet is recommended. Equivalent: PFP 202, COMM 2319, COMM 1387 PFP 8202/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Interpersonal Communications MI

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Equivalent: HR 1303, COMM 1208, COMM 2500 HR 1383/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Interviewing and Investigation

Note: Students must have access to a video camera to complete an assignment. Acceptable formats include VHS, CD or DVD. Media will not be returned. Software Required: High speed Internet for video clips (Dial-Up provides low quality clips). Equivalent: PFP 304 PFP 8304/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Inventory Management

Prerequisite: Operations Management I Equivalent: INV 2200 INV 2280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Investigation and Surveillance Equivalent: LASA 1313 LASA 1383/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Investigation and Evidence

Note: All assignments, tests and exams must be completed to pass the course. Equivalent: PFP 404 and PFP 414 PFP 8404/48 Hrs/$400.51 + text(s)

Investigative Techniques for Motor Vehicle Collisions INVE 1385/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Investigative Techniques and Processes Note: Course contains mandatory chat sessions INVE 1384/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Investment Planning

MONY 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)


Distance Education iPhone Application Development Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Software Required: Students must use a Mac computer with xCode installed. APPL 1080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Italian for Beginners

LANG 1984/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Japanese I

Note: Students are required to purchase a microphone and a Japanese/English dictionary for this course. LANG 1985/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Java Intermediate

MI

Prerequisite: Java Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Java SDK, JAVA IDE - (free downloads). PROG 4286/40 Hrs/$376.95 + text(s)

Java Introduction

MI

Note: Students must achieve a minimum overall final grade of 60% in order to pass this course. Software Required: Java editor or development software - JGrasp and the JDK are supplied with the textbook. JAVA SDK and JAVA IDE (free downloads). PROG 3286/40 Hrs/$376.95 + text(s)

JavaScript

Prerequisite: HTML Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: JavaScript capable browser and any text editor (EditPad, Editplus, PSPAD). Equivalent: JAVA 2301, BPRO 1301 and PROG 2305 PROG 2283/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Law and the Home Owner LAW 1382/28 Hrs/$279.11

Law Clerks - Litigation

Students are required to write a Provincial exam and an examination fee is payable to the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Students wanting to sit this exam must complete and submit the exam registration form prior to the registration deadline. Participation in the assignments and discussion is deemed essential in order to be properly prepared for the ILCO provincial exam. Course fees include Syllabus only. Syllabus is posted in course. Exam Registration fees and text books are not included. There is no in-course evaluation; final grades are based on ILCO exam results. Equivalent: LAW 3302, LAW 4302 LAW 3280/75 Hrs/$644.40 + text(s)

Law Clerks - Real Estate

Students are required to write a Provincial exam at the end of the course and an examination fee is payable to the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Students wishing to sit the exam must complete and submit the exam registration form prior to the registration deadline. Participation in the assignments and discussion is deemed essential in order to be properly prepared for the ILCO provincial exam. Course fees include Syllabus only. Syllabus is posted in course. Exam Registration fees and text books are not included. There is no in-course evaluation; final grades are based on ILCO exam results. Equivalent: LAW 1202, LAW 1318 LAW 1280/57 Hrs/$535.14 + text(s)

Labour Economics

Equivalent: LABR 1201, LABR 3201, ECON 3201 LABR 1281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Landlord and Tenant Law

LAW 2384/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Equivalent: ES 1201 ES 1281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Leadership and Communication Note: Course contains mandatory group work. COMM 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Leadership and Group Facilitation

Prerequisite: Advanced Communication Techniques Note: This course contains mandatory group work. ACLG 2581/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Leadership in a Team Environment HR 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Leading Responsibly - LDS NEW Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LDS 1086/30 Hrs/$321.25

Leading Teams - LDS

NEW

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LDS 1085/30 Hrs/$321.25

Lean Systems

Prerequisite: Operations Management II, Statistics I Note: Course contains mandatory group work. PROD 4282/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Learning Strategies for Educational Assistants

Job Search Skills

COMM 4281/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Leadership and Career Management

e Prerequisit A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to another course. It is your responsibility to ensure that all prerequisites are met before registering for a course or workshop.

Note: Online chats and group work Note: Expectation of students to work in a group and contribute to the Discussion Board. Software Required: Excel. EDUC 1088/42 Hrs/$389.09

Learning, Thinking, and Problem Solving

Note: Course contains mandatory chats and group work. PSYC 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

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60 Distance Education Legal Office Procedures

Legal terminology is recommended. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Legal Terminology

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. TERM 1380/42 Hrs/$389.09

Legislation for Health & Safety HLTS 1080/48 Hrs/$425.51

Let’s Start Ojibwe

Software: Students must have computer speakers and be able to upload videos to YouTube. LANG 1680/48 Hrs/$425.51

Let’s Talk Sports

SPRT 1982/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Libraries Introduction

Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. Note: Students must attend two of six chats to earn a participation mark. LIBR 1080/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Library Classification

Prerequisite: Resource Description and Access Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. LIBR 4082/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Library Financial Management and Budgeting

Prerequisite: Libraries Introduction, Office 2003 Professional Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. Software Required: MS Excel. LIBR 2087/18 Hrs/$243.41

Library Programming, Marketing and Advocacy Prerequisite: Online Searching Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 3085/36 Hrs/$352.67

Library Technician Field Work I

Prerequisite: Circulation & Inter-Library Loan, Information Technology for Library Technicians, Library Classification, Reference Processes Note: Before registering, students must visit the following website to obtain more information regarding this Field Placement. Mohawk College delivers this course online for OntarioLearn and students must adhere to their field placement guidelines. Go to http://disted.mohawkcollege.ca/library and click on the heading “Field Work”. Note: Course is marked as a PASS/FAIL. LIBR 5089/105 Hrs/$424.15

Library Technician Field Work II

Prerequisite: Acquisitions, Database Design For Information Workers, Electronic Publishing & Emerging Technologies, Human Relations & Supervision, Indexing & Subject Analysis, Library Programming, Marketing, Library Technician Field Work 1, Serials Note: Before registering, students must visit the following website to obtain more information regarding this Field Placement. Mohawk College delivers this course online for OntarioLearn and students must adhere to their field placement guidelines. Go to http://disted.mohawkcollege.ca/library and click on the heading “Field Work”. Note: Course is marked as a PASS/FAIL. LIBR 6089/105 Hrs/$424.15

Life and Death Issues in Financial Planning

FIN 1082/45 Hrs/$459.19 + text(s)

Life Skills and Job Coaching Prerequisite: Exceptionalities I (EA) EDUC 1180/42 Hrs/$389.09

Life Writing: Telling Our Stories Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor. WRIT 1084/42 Hrs/$389.09

Linux+ Certification

Software Required: Details of how to purchase the LabSim software are provided in Week 1 of the course. Students must book their own certification exam with CompTIA. Certification exams are an additional fee. COMP 2281/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Literature

Equivalent: ENG 1304, GNED 1201 ENG 1384/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Litigation and Family Law Administration

Prerequisite: Legal Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: LAW 1212 LAW 1283/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Litigation Practice and Procedure I

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 2083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Litigation Practice and Procedure II

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology, Litigation Practice & Procedures I Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor. LAW 3083/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Living with Diabetes

MI

Prerequisite: Diabetes: The Basics, Patient Education Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. RN 3081/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Management and Organizational Behaviour Note: The HRPA requires a minimum grade of 70% to qualify towards an HRPA accreditation. Equivalent: ACMO 1505. ACMO 1585/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)


Distance Education Management Information Systems Note: Course is equivalent to CGA Management Information Systems 1 (MSI) Software Required: Microsoft Access. Equivalent: MGMT 5202 ACCT 5281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Management Labour Concerns in Occupational Health and Safety Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. HLTS 1084/30 Hrs/$316.25

Management Leadership Skills

MI

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Note: Course is equivalent to CPA and RIBO accredited courses. CCA 1585/40 Hrs/$351.95 + text(s)

Management Principles

MI

Note: Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. MGMT 1280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Managerial Accounting

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting I Note: Course is equivalent to CPA, HRPA and OIPMAC accredited courses. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: ACCT 3202 and ACCT 3303 ACCT 2281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Managerial Accounting MI (HURM)

Prerequisite: Accounting I Note: Course is equivalent to CPA, OIPMAC, HRPA accredited courses. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: ACCT 5208 ACCT 5288/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Managerial Cost Accounting Prerequisite: Cost Accounting I, Cost Accounting II Equivalent: ACCT 5203 ACCT 5285/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Managing Change - LDS LDS 1087/30 Hrs/$321.25

Managing Episodic Disabilities: Accommodation Best Practice NEW Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. HRM 1080/24 Hrs/$279.83

MI

Marketing Channels

Mathematics 2

Marketing Digitally

Mathematics for Educational Assistants

Prerequisite: Marketing II Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: MGMT 3203 MGMT 3286/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Marketing II Equivalent: MKTG 4207 MKTG 4287/36 Hrs/$328.52

Marketing I

EDUC 1082/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Medical Billing I

MI

Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Note: Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: MKTG 1200 and MKTG 1301 MKTG 1280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Marketing II

Prerequisite: Marketing I Note: Course requires mandatory group work and chats. Equivalent: MKTG 2200 MKTG 2280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Marketing Law and Ethics

Equivalent: LAW 2208 LAW 2288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Marketing Research Techniques Prerequisite: Marketing II Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: MKTG 3204 MKTG 3284/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Master Planning for Operations/ Production Prerequisite: Computer Applications in Operations, Excel Advanced, Excel Introduction, Operations Management Equivalent: MAPL 2200 MAPL 2280/42 Hrs/$364.09

Materials Estimating and Methods

Prerequisite: Introduction to Cost Estimating Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%.Note: Course contains mandatory group work. CNST 1086/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Mathematics 1

Prerequisite: Mathematics 1 Note: High speed Internet is recommended. Equivalent: MATH 2401 MATH 2480/42 Hrs/$339.09 + text(s)

MI

Note: Course is an approved Math course of three credit hours at D’Youville College. High speed Internet is recommended. Equivalent: MATH 1424 and MATH 1426 MATH 1480/42 Hrs/$339.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Medical Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Windows 98 or greater. MACs are not compatible unless they run a Windows OS. Equivalent: PROG 1201 PROG 3282/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Medical Conditions for Medical Office Staff MEDO 1080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Medical Keyboarding

Prerequisite: Computer Keyboarding Skills I, Medical Terminology - Level 1 Note: Student to achieve approx. 35 to 45 nwpm (Net Words per Minute) and a grade of 60%. Software Required: Keyboarding software for timings (Windows) is provided by the instructor. Mac users will be provided with information on the method required to do timed writings. NURS 2584/42 Hrs/$450.59

Medical Office Procedures Equivalent: OFFC 3205 MEDO 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Medical Terminology - Level 1 MI Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. Equivalent: ANTY 1340 NURS 1584/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Medical Terminology - Level 2

Prerequisite: Medical Terminology - Level 1 Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. Software Required: Audio recording program. Computer microphone required to record assignments. Audio CD player (MP3 CD Player) or a computer with: Windows 200 XP SP2, Windows Vista, or Mac OS X AND a double-spin CD-ROM drive, sound card, speakers and media player software (iTunes or Windows Media Player). NURS 2585/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

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62 Distance Education Medical Transcription Advanced

Prerequisite: Medical Transcription Introduction Note: Minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. Due to specialized theory and skills, students can expect to spend a minimum of 15 hours per week on this course. Software: Windows 95 or greater, CD Drive and speakers. Transcription playback software will be a free download from the Internet (traditional equipment will be simulated.) Students may choose to purchase a foot pedal from the software download site (optional). PC (or 100% compatible) 233 MHz Pentium II or higher processor, 32MB RAM (64MB for Windows 2000), Hard Disk with 40MB free space, 800 x 400 monitor capable of displaying 256 colour. TRAN 4281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Medical Transcription Styles and Practices

Prerequisite: Medical Keyboarding, Medical Terminology - Level 1, Writing Grammatically Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Due to specialized theory and skills, students can expect to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week on this course. Software: Windows 95 or greater, CD Drive and speakers, Word Processor (Word or Word Perfect). PC (or 100% compatible) 233 MHz Pentium II or higher processor, 32MB RAM (64MB for Windows 2000), Hard Disk with 40MB free space, 800 x 400 monitor capable of displaying 256 colour. TRAN 3584/42 Hrs/$389.09

ENVI 1083/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Microbiology and Infection Control for Sterile Processing

Note: Course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. Software Requirements: MS Word, Adobe Reader, PPT Reader. Students are required to purchase the textbook/supply kit from Fanshawe College Bookstore http://fanshawe. bookware3000.ca/Page/bookstore.html quote course code HLTH1118. STPC 1580/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Mortgage Agent Program

Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60% and students must obtain a minimum 60% on the final exam. MONY 1982/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Medical Transcription Fundamentals

MS Visio

Prerequisite: Medical Transcription Styles & Practices, Medical Keyboarding, Medical Terminology - Level 1, Writing Grammatically Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Due to specialized theory and skills, students can expect to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week on this course. Software: Students will require a computer with a CD ROM drive and speakers, Windows 95 or greater, Word Processor (Word or Word Perfect), Express Scribe (is a free download). TRAN 4584/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Software Required: any version of Visio. WIND 1080/38 Hrs/$364.81 + text(s)

Myths and Legends

MI

ENG 1085/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Network +

Medical Transcription Introduction

Prerequisite: Medical Transcription Styles & Practices, Medical Keyboarding, Medical Terminology, Medical Transcription Fundamentals, Writing Grammatically Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Due to specialized theory and skills, students can expect to spend a minimum of 15 hours per week on this course. Software: Windows 95 or greater, CD Drive and speakers. Transcription playback software will be a free download from the Internet (traditional equipment will be simulated.) Students may choose to purchase a foot pedal from the software download site (optional). Word Processor (Word or Word Perfect), PC (or 100% compatible) 233 MHz Pentium II or higher processor, 32MB RAM (64MB for Windows 2000), Hard Disk with 40MB free space, 800 x 400 monitor capable of displaying 256 colour. TRAN 3281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Meteorology

Meeting and Convention Planning Principles

PLAN 1080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundation

Note: Course contains mandatory chats; Tuesdays from 8 p.m. - 9 p.m. PSR 1581/45 Hrs/$407.30

Mental Health Services, Programs and Organizations

Recommended: Supervisor access to a network operating system, preferably Windows 2000 Server. You can download a trial copy of the required software or purchase it (the only cost is a $5.95 US shipping fee) from the Microsoft Website. You will need a PCrunning 2000 server to complete optional course labs. Note: Students should have supervisor/administrator access to a network operating system, preferably Windows Server 2003 or greater. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. NETW 1182/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

News Writing I

Recommended: Print Media Introduction Equivalent: JOUR 1301 and COPY 2301 WRIT 1382/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundation Note: Course contains mandatory chats. PSR 2582/45 Hrs/$407.30

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

MI Available Monthly Intake


Distance Education Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational Frameworks

Note: High speed Internet is recommended. MGMT 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Nutrition in Health Care

Prerequisite: Nutrition, Introduction FSW Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor. FSW 1582/30 Hrs/$316.25

Nutrition Introduction

MI

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: NUTR 1302 and NUTR 1500 NUTR 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Nutrition, Introduction for the Food Service Worker Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. FSW 1581/30 Hrs/$316.25

Observing the Young Child

Prerequisite: Child Development I Note: Students are required to find a Licensed Child Care Centre to perform the observing hours. Children must be between the ages of two and a half and five years. Note: Students registering for this course will be required to submit the following before beginning their observations: an up-to-date immunization form, which can be found at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on the “Field Placement” link, setting information and consent forms all found within your course. All forms must be submitted within the first two weeks of the course starting date. Failure to submit all required forms will result in the student being withdrawn from the course with zero refund. You will not be able to start any observations until these forms have been received by the college. If you do not submit and receive approval prior to beginning your observations those hours will not be allowed. Students will also need to obtain a Criminal Reference Check. Students will be responsible for costs incurred to acquire the placement documentation required. Equivalent: CHLD 1303 CHLD 1383/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Occupational Health and Safety (HURM)

MI

Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Note: Students must pass the final exam in order to pass this course. Equivalent: HLTH 4200 HLTH 4280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Occupational Health and Health Surveillance

Prerequisite: Occupational Health Nursing Introduction OHN 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Occupational Health and Safety

MI

Note: Students must pass the final exam in order to pass this course. Equivalent: HLTH 3200 HLTH 3280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Occupational Health Nursing Introduction

Prerequisite: Current Certificate of Competence as an R.N. Note: Students will need to contact our IT department (905.721.3333) after they’ve registered for this course to request access for a NETWORK PASSWORD to be able to access the ELECTRONIC JOURNALS at the DC-UOIT library. Students will require their student number for this to be completed. Students are to purchase the required course manual from the Mohawk College Bookstore quoting course code NURSGOHN01 - http://Mohawk.bookware3000.ca OHN 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Oceanography

Software Required: PowerPoint SCIE 1980/45 Hrs/$459.19 + text(s)

Office 2007/2010 Professional MI

Software Required: MS Office 2007 Professional or Ultimate Edition ORMS Office 2010 Professional or Professional Academic Version. The Home and Student Versions are inadequate for this course. Note: Students must achieve a minimum overall final grade of 60% and pass the final exam in order to pass this course. WIND 1380/42 Hrs/$389.09

Office Technology and Procedures

MI

Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Note: Students must complete all evaluations and receive a mark of 50% to pass. Course is a RIBO approved elective Equivalent: OFFC 1200 OFFC 1280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Oncology Nursing Advanced - RN Prerequisite: Current RN registration or completion of Oncology Nursing Introduction - RN. Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 75%. Software Required: Word Processor capable of opening RTF or TXT files. RN 2581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Oncology Nursing Advanced- RPN Prerequisite: Current RPN registration or completion of OncologyNursing Introduction - RPN. Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 75%. Software Required: Word Processor capable of opening RTF or TXT files. RPN 1582/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Oncology Nursing Introduction - RN

Prerequisite: Current RN Registration Note: Minimum passing grade is 75%. Software Required: Word Processor capable of opening RTF or TXT files. RN 1581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Oncology Nursing Introduction RPN

Prerequisite: Current RPN Registration Note: Minimum passing grade is 75%. Software Required: Word Processor capable of opening RTF or TXT files. RPN 1581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Online Searching

Prerequisite: Libraries Introduction Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 2086/39 Hrs/$370.88

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MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 52%. Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1586/10 Hrs/$194.85

Ontario Works Act

MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1587/10 Hrs/$194.85

Operations Management I

Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: OPER 1200 OPER 1280/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Operations Management II

Prerequisite: Operations Management Equivalent: OPER 2200 OPER 2280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Operations Planning Process

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Software required: Word and PowerPoint. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. DMAS 2083/42 Hrs/$389.09

Operators-In-Training Certification Preparation

For more information on this certification please visit the Ontario Water Wastewater Certification website at www.owwco.ca WATR 1180/60 Hrs/$498.35

Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Management (HURM) MI

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 4203 HRM 4283/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

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Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals

MI

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 2203 HRM 3281/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Organizational Change and Development

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management Principles This course is equivalent to CPA and HRPA accredited courses. This course is a RIBO approved elective. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: HRM 3205 and HRM 3206 HRM 3285/36 Hrs/$352.67+ text(s)

Organizational Studies

Prerequisite: Communications for Success Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Equivalent: COMM 5300 and ORGS 5201 ORGS 5281/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Orientation to Palliative Care Note: Students must complete all evaluations. CARE 1580/30 Hrs/$291.25 + text(s)

Palliative Care Communications

This course will focus on communication with the terminally ill patient. Note: Students must complete all evaluations. CARE 1581/20 Hrs/$230.55

Pathophysiology I

MI

Prerequisite: Anatomy & Physiology II Note: Streamed clips inserted into course. Equivalent: PATH 3505 provided students successfully complete Pathophysiology I (PATH 3583) and Pathophysiology II (PATH 4583). PATH 3583/42 Hrs/$399.09 + text(s)

Pathophysiology II

MI

Prerequisite: Pathophysiology Note: Streamed clips inserted into course. Equivalent: PATH 3505 provided students successfully complete Pathophysiology I (PATH 3583) and Pathophysiology II (PATH 4583). PATH 4583/42 Hrs/$399.09 + text(s)

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Patient Education MI Introduction

Prerequisite: Diabetes: The Basics Note: Limited enrollment, students should register early. This course has a minimum passing grade of 60% RN 2081/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Payroll Administration

MI

Prerequisite: Accounting Course is equivalent to CIB accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 2208 ACCT 2283/42 Hrs/$364.09

PC Law Accounting - Legal Administration

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Software required: Students will be asked to download a 30 day free trial version of the PCLaw 10 software in order to complete the assignments in the course. Students will be alerted in advance when to complete the download. Minimum Hardware Requirements: Windows Vista or Windows 7 with 512 MB processor, WindowsXP with 256MB, or Windows 2000 with 128MB and 2 GB hard drive space. ACCT 1381/42 Hrs/$389.09

Perioperative Nursing I

Prerequisite: Current RN or RPN registration Note: Students must achieve an overall final grade of 75% or higher in order to pass this course. NURS 1581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Perioperative Nursing II

Prerequisite: Current RN/RPN registration and Perioperative Nursing I Note: Students must achieve an overall final grade of 75% or higher in order to pass this course. NURS 2581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Perl Introduction

Recommended: Previous experience with procedural or object-oriented programminglanguage (e.g JavaScript, Java) Software required: Active PERL for windows (latest version), TextEditor such as EditPad, EditPlus or PSPad. Note: A grade of 60% is required to pass. PROG 3289/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)


Distance Education Performance Management - LDS Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60% and students must pass the final exam to successfully complete this course. LDS 1088/30 Hrs/$316.25

Personal and Interpersonal Dynamics

Prerequisite: Foundations of Education, Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Course includes one mandatory group chat. Students may take the Foundations of Education EDUC 1081 course at the same time as this course; however, if you withdraw from Foundations of Education you will also need to withdraw from Personal and Interpersonal Dynamics. EDUC 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Personal Success

Note: Course contains mandatory chats and group work. Students are required to purchase their student manual from the Canadore CollegeBookstore at www.efollett.com. Quote course code MDP538. Software Required: Current web browser that supports Flash and Real Player, Adobe Reader, Microsoft Word, Sound Card. MGMT 1182/30 Hrs/$316.25

Pharmacology for Medical Office Professionals MEDO 1085/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Pharmacology for Practical Nurses

Philosophies of Early Childhood Education

Prerequisite: Child Development II, Early Childhood Education Practices Introduction, ECE Field Placement I and Guidance of the Young Child Equivalent: ECE 4300 ECE 4380/42 Hrs/$364.09

Note: Software required: Photoshop version CS5, CS5.5 or CS6. Photoshop Elements will not be accepted for use. Equivalent: DIGI 1301 PHOT 1382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Photoshop 1 Note: Software required: Photoshop version CS5, CS5.5 or CS6. Photoshop Elements will not be accepted for use. Equivalent: COMP 3315 PHOT 2382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Physiology of Aging

Prerequisite: Aging Introduction

HLT 7789/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s) Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2,1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ON Learn. Course is a RIBO approved elective. HOME 1886/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Police Powers I Equivalent: PFP 403 PFP 8403/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

GNED 1182/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Police Powers II

Political Geography

Note: Minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. POL 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Political Science MI Available Monthly Intake

MI

Note: Software required: Microsoft PowerPoint Version 2007 or 2010,as well as Word and Excel. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Equivalent: COMP 2334 WIND 1281/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Accessibility Legislation & Applications, Social Policy, Universal Design for Communities ACPI 2585/42 Hrs/$364.09

Preparatory Biology

Note: Students must pass each exam to pass the course (50%). Note: Course contains optional group chats. BIOL 1580/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

Note: Course contains optional postings to the discussion board. Students are to order the course textbook online from Mohawk College http://mohawk.bookware3000.ca Quote course code GSCIPE053. Equivalent: CHEM 1301 CHEM 1180/57 Hrs/$480.14 + text(s)

Preparatory Physics

MI

Pharmacology Introduction

NEW

Equivalent: GNED1404 GNED 1492/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Preparatory Chemistry

Plumbing Inspection

Equivalent: PFP 303 PFP 8303/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Philosophy Introduction

Popular Culture and the Media

Practical Approaches to Inclusion

Photoshop 2

Prerequisite: Anatomy and Physiology I, Medication Math NURS 2580/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Note: This is not an applied medication course. RN 2080/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Equivalent: PFP 215 PFP 8215/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

PowerPoint

Photoshop 1

Police Powers I

Politics & Public Administration

Note: Course contains mandatory chats. Software Required: Word 2000 or higher and Real Player. Equivalent: PFP 105 PFP 8105/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Note: Textbook details will be provided to the students within the online course. Note: Course contains optional chats. PHYS 1180/57 Hrs/$480.14+ text(s)

Prevention and Identification of Child Abuse Prerequisite: ECE Field Placement I and Seminar Equivalent: CHLD 3302 CHLD 3380/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Prevention and Intervention Strategies - Children’s Mental Health NEW HLTH 1384/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

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66 Distance Education Principles of Ethical Reasoning Equivalent: PFP 106 PFP 8106/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Principles of Purchasing

Prerequisite: Operations Management Equivalent: PURC 2200 PURC 2280/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Principles of Sales

Recommended: Marketing II or equivalent Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Students must have access to a video camera or web cam to complete an oral/ visual presentation. Course is equivalent to CIE accredited courses. Equivalent: SALE 1303, SALE 3200, SALE 3250 SALE 3280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Private Investigator Training

Note: Course may contain mandatory group work and class chats. Equivalent: PRIV 1300 PRIV 1350/56 Hrs/$449.07

Production Systems

Prerequisite: Operations Management II Equivalent: PROD 1201 PROD 3281/56 Hrs/$449.07

Professional Communication for Accessibility Coordinators Course may include group work. ACPC 1580/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Programming for Absolute Beginners

Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Software required: Access to a C compiler. PROG 1281/30 Hrs/$337.31+ text(s)

Programming in C

Equivalent: CPRG 2101 Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Note: Software required: Access to a C or C++ compiler. PROG 2281/45 Hrs/$407.30+ text(s)

Project Construction Management

Note: This course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. CNST 1089/36 Hrs/$352.67

Project Management for Accessibility Coordinators

Prerequisite: Accessibility Auditing, Management and Organizational Behaviour Note: Course may include group work. Software Required: Microsoft Project 2010 (free trial comes with textbook). ACPM 2583/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Project Management MI Introduction

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Processes

Prerequisite: Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundation Note: Course contains mandatory chats. PSR 2583/45 Hrs/$407.30

Psychological and Social Implications

CARE 1585/30 Hrs/$291.25 + text(s)

MI

Equivalent: PROJ 3201, PROJ 4202, PROJ 6101 PROJ 1280/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Psychology (PFP)

Project Management - LDS

Psychology Introduction

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. Students must have a minimum final grade of 60% to pass this course. LDS 1089/30 Hrs/$321.25

Project Management Scheduling Software

Prerequisite: Project Management Introduction Software required: Students will require Microsoft Office Project 2010 software. PROJ 1281/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Provincial Offences

Note: Course requires mandatory online chats and possibly group work. Students must pass the final exam in order to pass this course. Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. Equivalent: PFP 401 PFP 8401/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Provincial Offences & Evidence Equivalent: LASA 1312 LASA 1382/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Provincial Offences/Motor Vehicle Offences

PROV 1383/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Equivalent: PFP 102 PFP 8102/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

MI

Note: Course is equivalent to AAA accredited courses. Equivalent: PSYC 1000 PSYC 1051/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Publisher

Software Required: Publisher 2010 DTP 2282/30 Hrs/$291.25 + text(s)

Qualifying Mathematics - Technology

Software required: Word 2000 or higher MATH 2080/63 Hrs/$516.56 + text(s)

Quality Assurance Computer Applications

Recommended: Knowledge of Windows, Word and Excel. Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Software Required: Word processor and spreadsheet programs. COMP 1284/36 Hrs/$352.67

Quality Assurance Fundamentals Recommended: Business Statistics or equivalent. Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. MGMT 3282/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Quark Xpress Basic Psychiatric Disorders Common to Software required: Quark Xpress 9 Mac or the Infant, Child and Adolescent PC. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. COMP 1286/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s) Population Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions. CHLD 1083/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Credit card registration 905.721.3000


Distance Education QuickBooks Level I

MI

This is a RIBO certified course Software required: A free student version of the 2012 QuickBooks software comes with the required textbook. Students cannot use the Mac edition of the software as it is not Canadian content. ACCT 1283/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

QuickBooks Level II

Prerequisite: QuickBooks Level I Software required: QuickBooks 2011. Students cannot use the Mac edition of the software as it is not Canadian content. Students should also have payroll software loaded on their computer. ACCT 2284/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Racism and Discrimination

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. SOCI 1081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Recruitment & Selection

MI

Prerequisite: Human Resources Management Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 2204 HRM 2284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Recruitment and Selection MI (HURM)

Note: Course requires mandatory group work. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 4204 HRM 4284/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Reference Processes

Prerequisite: Online Searching Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. LIBR 3086/39 Hrs/$370.88

Reference Services and Sources

Real Estate Practice and Procedure I

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 60%. Software: Word Processor. LAW 2084/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Real Estate Practice and Procedure II

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology, Real Estate Practice & Procedures I Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 3084/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Records and Information Management Fundamentals

Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. Note: Students must attend two of five chats to earn a participation mark. RIM 1080/39 Hrs/$370.88

Prerequisite: Reference Processes Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. Note: Students must attend one chat to earn a participation mark. LIBR 4086/39 Hrs/$370.88

Remote Sensing

Prerequisite: G.I.S. Introduction Software required: Students need to purchase software Idrisi Edition from Clark Labs in Massachusetts (http://www.clarklabs. org/Home.asp). A Student Starter version is available. Students can purchase and download their copy online (http://www.clarklabs. org/Order.asp?cat=2&p=idrisi). This is a large file so the student must have access to a high bandwidth connection. Note: Course contains optional chats. GIS 2251/42 Hrs/$389.09

Research and Development

Prerequisite: Evaluation and Program Planning HLT 6786/24 Hrs/$279.83 + text(s)

Research in Accessibility

Prerequisite: Accessibility Auditing, Accessibility Legislation & Application, Adult Learning Theory for ACC, Advanced Communication Techniques, Disability Perspectives, Leadership & Group Facilitation, Management & Organizational Behaviour, Practical Approaches to Inclusion, Professional Communication for Accessibility Coordinators, Project Management for Accessibility Coordinators, Social Policy , Universal Design for Communities ACRA 2586/42 Hrs/$364.09

Research Skills

Note: Students must have access to a video camera or web cam to complete an oral/ visual presentation. Students must submit assignments in Word Format. Equivalent: COMM 2389 COMM 2380/28 Hrs/$279.11

Researching and Reporting

Note: Course requires students to participate in at least one online chat. Note: Students must pass final report with 50%. RIM 1081/39 Hrs/$370.88

Residential Tenancies Act - Part I MI

Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1588/10 Hrs/$194.85

Residential Tenancies Act - Part II MI

Prerequisite: Residential Tenancies Act Part I Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 2588/10 Hrs/$194.85

Resource Consultant Fieldwork 1

Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting Introduction, Research & Assessment Introduction Note: Students registered in this course must also be registered in the Inclusive Learning Environment course. Both courses must be taken and successfully completed in the same semester. Failing either course will result in an “F� final grade for both courses. The required textbook can be purchased from Seneca College at http:// seneca.bookware3000.ca.Quote course code FLD103. ECE 3081/105 Hrs/$414.15 + text(s)

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Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting Introduction, Research & Assessment Introduction, Resource Consult Fieldwork 1, The Inclusive Learning Environment, Understanding and Working with Children Note: Students registered in this course must also be registered in the Individual Family Service Plan course. Both courses must be taken and successfully completed in the same semester. Failing either course will result in an “F” final grade for both courses. The required textbook can be purchased from Seneca College at http:// seneca.bookware3000.ca. Quote course code FLD202. ECE 6080/105 Hrs/$414.15 + text(s)

Resource Description and Access II

Prerequisite: Resource Description and Access I Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 3082/36 Hrs/$352.67

Resource Description and Access I

Prerequisite: Libraries Introduction Note: Students must receive a passing grade in both the term work and the final exam to pass this course. LIBR 2082/36 Hrs/$352.67

Responsible Practices for Green Meeting Management

Prerequisite: Event Planning & Operations There are two textbooks required for this course. Students may choose to purchase the required reading only (Chapter 30) in place of the textbook Professional Meetings Management from PCMA directly at https:// pcma.trainingharbor.com/productDetail. php?prodId=18. The information for the other required book can be found through the textbook link above. PLAN 1081/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Restorative Care in a Long Term Care Setting GER 1586/42 Hrs/$364.09

Roofing Inspection

Retail Management

Prerequisite: Marketing II Equivalent: MGMT 3200 MGMT 3283/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Retirement Consultant Certificate Prep

NEW

Prerequisite: Retirement Planning Note: students must register with the CIFP at http://cifp.ca FIN 2081/60 Hrs/$498.35

Retirement Planning

Software Required: Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. FIN 1080/45 Hrs/$407.30

Risk Management and Estate Planning

Prerequisite: Retirement Planning Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. This course contains optional group chats. Students must purchase the required textbook from the Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals(CIFP). The CIFP is a non-profit association of Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals. The association is an independent, effective and powerful advocate for the CFP certification marks and the financial planning profession in Canada. The CIFP contact telephone number is 1.866.635.5526. Software Required: Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. FIN 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09

Role of the Food Service Worker Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software: Word Processor. FSW 1585/30 Hrs/$316.25

Role of the Professional

Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Introduction, ECE Field Placement I and Seminar, ECE Practices Equivalent: ECE 2302 Note: Course contains mandatory group work. ECE 2382/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Romance Writing

WRIT 1089/45 Hrs/$407.30

MI Available Monthly Intake

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2,1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. Course is a RIBO approved elective. HOME 1882/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Safety in an Educational Setting Note: Students to order manual from Mohawk College athttp://mohawk.bookware3000.ca and quote course code SAFE10004. Course must be completed PRIOR to registering for a placement. EDUC 1080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Same Sex Issues

GNED 1490/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Sanitation and Safety

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor. FSW 1583/30 Hrs/$316.25

School Libraries

Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1089/39 Hrs/$370.88 + text(s)

Security Guard Training MI

Tuition fee includes the cost of a manual which will be mailed to you. Note: Students must participate in mandatory chat sessions. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: MS Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat and QuickTime (free download), DVD player and computer speakers. Note: Due to the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services guidelines, students must have completed a St. John’s Emergency First Aid course and CPR. This must be completed prior to the official course end date in order to become registered with the Ministry as completing your mandatory training. Students will need to submit a photocopy of their St. John’s Emergency First Aid and CPR to Durham College Distance Education before we can register you with the Ministry. For information contact Jayne Davis at 905.721.2000 ext 2161. Equivalent: SECG 1300 SECG 1380/42 Hrs/$473.19


Distance Education Security+ Certification Preparation A textbook and LabSim software are required for this course. The required textbook, optional lab computer system, LCD monitor and tool kit may be purchased from the Durham College Bookstore. Details of how to purchase the LabSim software are provided in week one of the course. COMP 1285/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Seminars in Oncology RN

Prerequisite: Oncology Nursing Advanced RN , Oncology Nursing Introduction - RN Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 75%. RN 2582/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Seminars in Oncology RPN

Sociology Introduction MI

Skills for Community Mental Health Workers

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Students must write the final exam to pass this course. Equivalent: SOCI 1000 SOCI 1051/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

PSR 1582/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Small Business Bookkeeping

Course contains mandatory group work. Note: Students must purchase their student manual from Seneca College Bookstore at https://www.senecac.on.ca/estore/ESBooksMain.jsp. Quote course code MAD232. Course contains mandatory group work. MGMT 1183/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Small Claims Court - Part I

MI

Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1589/10 Hrs/$194.85

Prerequisite: Oncology Nursing AdvancedRPN, Oncology Nursing Introduction - RPN Note: Minimum passing grade is 75%. Software Required: Word Processor capable of opening RTF or TXT files. RPN 2582/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Small Claims Court - Part II MI

Serials

Small Claims Practice and Procedure

Prerequisite: Resource Description and Access I Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 3084/18 Hrs/$243.41

Sexual Violence

SOCI 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Simply Accounting I

Prerequisite: Accounting Note: Course requires mandatory chats. Course is equivalent to CIB accredited courses. Software required: Simply Accounting Premium 2012. Course has LIMITED spaces so please register early. Equivalent: ACCT 2201. Also equivalent to COMP 3200 if taken with Excel Advanced. ACCT 1980/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Simply Accounting II

Prerequisite: Computerized Accounting, Simply Accounting I Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. ACCT 2980/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

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Prerequisite: Small Claims Court - Part I Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 2589/10 Hrs/$194.85

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Social Impact of Technology GNED 1581/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Social Media and Society

Note: Course includes mandatory group work. Equivalent: GNED 1411 GNED 1481/42 Hrs/$364.09

Social Policy

Note: This course contains mandatory group work. ACSP 1584/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Social, Legal and Ethical Issues for Internet Use

Note: Course requires mandatory group work. SOCI 1083/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Sociology and Canadian Society MI

Special Issues with Diabetes MI

Prerequisite: Diabetes: the Basics, Living with Diabetes, Patient Education Introduction Note: Limited enrollment, students should register early. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. RN 4081/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Special Libraries

Prerequisite: Libraries Introduction Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1180/39 Hrs/$370.88

Sport Psychology

PSYC 4280/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

SQL Advanced Programming

Prerequisite: SQL Introduction Software required: Oracle Developer Suite 11g, this software is a freedownload; however, it does not function on a Mac computer. If you own a Mac, you may use Oracle Developer Suite 10g; however, it does have some minor limitations. PROG 3084/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

SQL Introduction

Prerequisite: Access Introduction Software required: Oracle 11g Database Server. This software is a free download; however, it does not work on a Mac computer. If you own a Mac, you may use Oracle Developer Suite 10g; however, it does have some minor limitations. This software works best on Windows XP Professional or higher however it does not work on Windows Home Edition. Equivalent: PROG 2304 PROG 2284/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Start a Small Business

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. MGMT 1184/30 Hrs/$316.25

Equivalent: PFP 103 PFP 8103/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

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Note: The required textbook must be purchased from the Mohawk College bookstore. Please order through http://mohawk. bookware3000.ca using course code MATHMA570. The software that is packaged with the textbook does not operate on a Mac computer. A DVD drive is required. Course is equivalent to CGA accredited courses. Equivalent: STAT 2200, MATH 2201 and MATH 3200 STAT 2280/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

Statistics I - Technology

Prerequisite: Mathematics II for Technology Software required: The software for this course (Minitab), purchased with the textbook, will not operate on a Mac computer. A DVD Drive is also required. Note: Students are required to purchase the textbook from Mohawk College bookstore. Please order through http://mohawk.bookware3000.ca quoting course code MATH MA570. Note: Course contains optional chats. Equivalent: STAT 3124, STAT 3135, STAT 3134 STAT 3186/56 Hrs/$474.07 + text(s)

Sterile Storage, Inventory Control and Management of Resources MI

Prerequisite: Assembly, Wrapping and Packaging of Instrumentation, Decontamination Principles, Procedures and Practices in Sterile Processing, Disinfection and Sterilization Concepts and Techniques, Identification, Care & Handling of Instrumentation in Sterile Processing, Medical Terminology - Level 1, Microbiology & Infection Controls Note: This course contains mandatory chat sessions and group work. Students are to purchase the required box set from Fanshawe College bookstore at http://fanshawe. bookware3000.ca. Quote course code HLTH 1112. STPC 6580/24 Hrs/$279.83 + text(s)

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Strategic Investment Planning

Prerequisite: Risk Management and Estate Planning Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. Students must purchase the required textbook from the Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals(CIFP). The CIFP is a non-profit association of Canadian Certified Financial Planner Professionals. The association is an independent, effective and powerful advocate for the CFP certification marks and the financial planning profession in Canada. CIFP contact telephone number is 1.866.635.5526. Software Required: Microsoft PowerPoint and Word. FIN 3080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Strategic Management of Campaigns FUND 1081/45 Hrs/$407.30

Strategic Planning

Note: Students are required to pass the final exam in order to pass this course. MGMT 1185/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Strategies for Fostering Client Loyalty CCSC 1283/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Strategies for Instruction for Library Technicians

Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1183/36 Hrs/$352.67

Stress, Wellness and Nutrition MI Equivalent: HLTH 2300 HLTH 1387/42 Hrs/$363.67 + text(s)

Structural Inspection

Textbooks must be ordered by contacting Carson Dunlop and Associates, 120 Carlton Street Suite 407, Toronto, Ontario M5A 4K2,1.800.268.7070 ext. 251. Promo Code ONLearn. Course is a RIBO approved elective HOME 1883/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Your courses can earn Ontario College Certification leading to industry recognized professional credentials.

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Supervision and Administration Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Practices Equivalent: MGMT 2309 MGMT 2386/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry Note: Class contains optional chats. MLCP 1183/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Sustainable Development, Introduction

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. ENVI 1180/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Taxation II

Prerequisite: Taxation I Note: Completion of Taxation I & II, with a minimum grade of 70% in each, allows you to apply to the CGA for a challenge exam/ course exemption. Course is equivalent to CIB accredited courses. Equivalent: ACCT 4201 ACCT 4284/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Technical Communications

Note: Course is equivalent to OIPMAC accredited courses. Software required: Students should have access to PowerPoint and Word. Equivalent: COMM 2136 COMM 2186/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

Technical Mathematics

Software Required: Pentium Processor (or greater). Equivalent: MATH 1131, MATH 1132, MATH 1109 MATH 1181/64 Hrs/$522.63 + text(s)

The Construction Industry

Note: This course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. CNST 1083/36 Hrs/$352.67

The Game of Soccer and Its Impact on Society GNED 1491/42 Hrs/$389.09

MI Available Monthly Intake


Distance Education The Inclusion Learning Environment Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Introduction – Resource Consulting Introduction, Research & Assessment Introduction Note: Students must successfully complete the prerequisite courses prior to registering for this course. Students registered in this course without the prerequisites will be asked to withdraw following the set withdrawal procedure. Students must be registered in Early Childhood Resource Fieldwork I ECE 3081 at the same time as this course. Students must successfully pass both courses to receive a passing grade. Failure in either subject will result in the student receiving an “F” grade for both subjects. This course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. ECE 3080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Therapeutic Recreation Process Prerequisite: Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation ACTV 2080/42 Hrs/$389.09

Trade Show Management for Conventions

Note: Course contains mandatory group work. PLAN 1082/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Traffic Management

Equivalent: PFP 307 PFP 8307/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Training and Development MI

Prerequisite: Human Resources Principles Note: Course contains mandatory group. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 3203 HRM 4280/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Training and Development (HURM) MI Prerequisite: Human Resources Management Principles Note: Course contains mandatory group. Course is equivalent to HRPA accredited courses. Equivalent: HRM 5203 HRM 5283/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Training for Technical Support Analysts

Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff

Translation in the Workplace 1

Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical Office Staff

Note: Course requires mandatory group discussions. SERV 1980/60 Hrs/$473.35

Prerequisite: French Proficiency Certificate LANG 1980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Translation in the Workplace 2

Prerequisite: Translation in the Workplace 1 LANG 2980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Translation in the Workplace 3

Prerequisite: Translation in the Workplace 2 LANG 3980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Translation in the Workplace 4

Prerequisite: Translation in the Workplace 3 LANG 4980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Translation in the Workplace 5

Prerequisite: Translation in the Workplace 4 LANG 5980/42 Hrs/$364.09

Transpersonal Psychology

GNED 1180/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Transportation and Logistics

Prerequisite: Operations Management II Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word processor. Equivalent: MGMT 2209 MGMT 2280/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Travel Writing

WRIT 1085/39 Hrs/$370.88

Understanding and Working with Families and Community Partners Prerequisite: Field of Early Childhood Education – Resource Consulting Introduction, Research & Assessment Introduction, Resource Consulting Fieldwork 1, The Inclusive Learning Environment Note: This course contains mandatory group work and chat sessions. ECE 4080/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. MEDO 1083/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Recommended: Prior knowledge of medical terminology. Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. Software Requirements: Adobe Reader. MEDO 1082/36 Hrs/$352.67

Unified Modeling Language (UML) Modeling with Casetool

Prerequisites: Java or C# Programming or equivalent programming experience. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software required: Casetool which is a free download. Instructions of how to download the software will be provided within the course. PROG 2081/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Universal Design for Communities Course may include group work. ACUD 1583/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

University Preparation Mathematics

Note: If this course is to be used as a preparatory credit for university courses it should be submitted to the university for approval prior to registering. Software required: Word 2000 or higher. MATH 1081/75 Hrs/$589.40 + text(s)

Urban Agriculture, Community Gardens, Food Secure Cities

Note: Students are required to have a set of speakers for their computer prior to the course starting date. FOOD 1084/45 Hrs/$407.30 + text(s)

Urban Planning Introduction - Future of Downtowns

Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. PLAN 1180/45 Hrs/$407.30

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

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72 Distance Education Victims’ Rights Laws MI

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Note: No registrations will be accepted after the official start date of the course. CACP 1080/10 Hrs/$194.85

Visual Basic Intermediate

Prerequisite: Visual Basic Introduction Equivalent: VISB 3202 Software Required: Students will require Windows and Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio is required, information of how to obtain the download is located in week one of the online course. PROG 4284/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Visual Basic Introduction

Recommended: C Programming or knowledge in any programming language. Software Required: The textbook is required and comes with the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 software. Equivalent: PROG 2201 and PROG 1205 PROG 3285/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Web Applications Using Asp.Net and C#

Prerequisite: C# Programming Introduction Operating System: One of the following: Windows XP (x86) with Service Pack 3 - all editions except Starter Edition, Windows Vista (x86 & x64) with Service Pack 2 - all editions except Starter Edition or Windows 7 (x86 & x64) Minimum Hardware: 1.6GHz or faster processor, 1GB (32-Bit) or 2GB (64Bit) RAM (add 512 MB if running in a virtual machine), 5400 RPM hard disk drive, DVDROM Drive. Software: (available as a free download, instructions provided within the course) Visual Web Developer 2010 Express edition Note: The minimum passing grade for this course is 50% with a minimum of 50% on the final exam. PROG 2289/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Visual C++ Introduction

Prerequisite: Programming experience in any language would be an asset. Software Required: Students will require Windows and Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio is required; information of how to obtain the download is located in week one of the online course. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. PROG 3288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Prerequisite: Legal Office Procedures, Legal Terminology Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. LAW 2085/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Windows 2008 Server

Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows XP Professional operating systems or 2000/2003 server software. Note: Students may obtain a demo copy of Windows 2008 Server from the Microsoft website. If this is not possible, students should have a working copy of XP7 Professional or Vista Professional. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. WIND 1883/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Windows 7 MI

Software: Students are required to purchase and install Windows 7 Home Premium software on their computer prior to the course starting date. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. WIND 1283/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Visual C++ Intermediate

Prerequisite: Visual C++ Introduction Software Required: Windows and Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio is required, information of how to obtain the download is located in week one of the online course. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. PROG 4288/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

Wills and Estates Practice and Procedure

Windows 8 MI Web Design for Mobile Applications

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. WIND 1082/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

NEW

Prerequisite: Android Application Development, Dreamweaver Introduction, Iphone Application Development Note: Minimum passing grade is 55%. PROG 3080/36 Hrs/$352.67 + text(s)

Wellness for Children MI Equivalent: HLTH 1305 HLTH 1385/28 Hrs/$279.11 + text(s)

Western: A Study in the Film Genre

Note: Class may contain mandatory chats. Students may purchase the required textbook, The Rough Guide to Westerns’ from www.amazon.ca. GNED 1281/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Credit Card Registration 905.721.3000

Word Advanced MI Prerequisite: Word Introduction Software required: Word 2007 or 2010. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. WIND 2286/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Word Introduction MI

Software Required: Microsoft Word 2007 or 2010. Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. WIND 2285/30 Hrs/$316.25 + text(s)

Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting Note: Minimum passing grade is 65%. MEDO 1081/36 Hrs/$352.67


Distance Education ACADEMIC AND CAREER ENTRANCE ACE Online courses. ACE Apprenticeship Math Prerequisite: ACE Core Math

ACE Biology ACE Business Math

Prerequisite: ACE Core Math

ACE Chemistry

Prerequisite: ACE Core Math

ACE Communications ACE Computers ACE Core Math ACE Physics

Working with Parents

Prerequisite: ECE Field Placement I and Seminar Equivalent: ECE 3301 ECE 3381/42 Hrs/$364.09 + text(s)

World Cinema

GNED 1282/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

World of Work

WORK 1980/42 Hrs/$438.69

World Religions: Western and Eastern Traditions Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. RELG 1980/35 Hrs/$390.84 + text(s)

Writing 1

WRIT 1982/42 Hrs/$389.09 + text(s)

Writing a Business Manual WRIT 1181/24 Hrs/$279.83 + text(s)

ACE Self Management/ Self Direction ACE Technology Math

Prerequisite: ACE Core Math

ACE University Chemistry Prep NEW

Writing for Sales Material WRIT 1182/24 Hrs/$279.83

Writing for the Web

WRIT 1086/42 Hrs/$364.09

Writing Grammatically ENG 1082/48 Hrs/$425.51

Writing Short Stories

WRIT 1082/48 Hrs/$425.51 + text(s)

XML Introduction

Prerequisite: HTML Introduction and some experience with CSS Software required: All software required is available either by free download or by free online usage. Details are provided within the course on how to obtain the free access. EBUS 3287/56 Hrs/$449.07 + text(s)

Youth in Conflict with the Law

Writing a Business Plan

ENG 1084/24 Hrs/$279.83 + text(s)

Note: Minimum passing grade is 60%. Software Required: Word Processor. Equivalent: PFP 305, LASA 1311 PFP 8305/42 Hrs/$389.09

Writing a Marketing Plan

Youth Services and Issues

ENG 1083/24 Hrs/$279.83

Note: Students must submit all course assignments to pass this course. LIBR 1182/36 Hrs/$352.67

Prerequisite: ACE Chemistry

ACE University Level Biology NEW

Textbooks

for additional information:

www.durhamcollege.ca/coned Click on Distance and Online Education, then Academic and Career Entrance program (ACE)

Note

Free intake except for ACE University Chemistry Prep and ACE University Level Biology is September 3, 2013.

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Textbooks and Materials are not included in the published course fee. A “+ text(s)” after the course fee denotes that a text is required. Purchase your text at the Oshawa or Whitby Bookstore. Call 905.721.3026 for information, or visit: http://durham.bookware3000.ca

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


74 Distance Education FAST TRACK How it works

We are very pleased to offer you several online courses in conjunction with Education-To-Go. Each class has its own website, and in addition to lessons you will have the added advantage of interactive quizzes, assignments, tutorials and online discussion areas via the Internet. Each course runs for six weeks and consists of twelve lessons. There are no textbooks to purchase, all the information you will need is posted online and your assignments will be returned to you each week, giving you continual feedback. Your final exam, which comes at the end of the course, is online as well. Detailed instructions will be emailed to you a few days prior to your course start date. When you register please provide an email account.

Start Dates:

• All courses begin on a Wednesday - January 16, February 20, March 20, April 17, May 15, June 19, July 17 and August 21 • Please ensure that you register for the start date you want • The deadline to register is 4:30 p.m. on the Friday before each of the start dates listed above For more information, including course descriptions and costs please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Distance & Online Education - Fast Track - Ed2Go.

To complete your course orientation and to begin your course go to www.ed2go.com/durhamc BUSINESS Adobe Edge Animate Introduction

NEW

Specific software is required for this course. Please see the website description for a complete list of requirements. COMP 1081/24 Hrs/$254.25

Computer Skills for the Workplace

NEW

Specific software is required for this course. Please see the website description for a complete list of requirements. Note: Mac users are welcome, but please note that the course was written using Microsoft Windows. Students using Mac OS X with any edition of Microsoft Office 2004 (Mac) can be supported in the discussion areas. COMP 1082/24 Hrs/$254.25

Creating Mobile Apps with HTML

Software required: Students will require one of the following operating systems, Windows XP or later, OR Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or later. APPL 1980/24 Hrs/$254.25

Creating Web Pages WEB 1085/24 Hrs/$254.25

NEW

Creating WordPRESS Websites I Computer system required: Windows 98 to Windows 7 or Mac OS X. WEB1084/24 Hrs/$254.25

Creating WordPRESS Websites II

NEW

Prerequisite: Creating WordPRESS Websites I Software Required: WordPress.org software is free; but in order to use it, you’ll need to register a domain name and set-up an account with a hosting company for a minimum of three months, at a cost of around $10 per month. WEB 2084/24 Hrs/$254.25

Crystal Reports 10, Introduction

Software required: Students are to purchase Crystal Reports 8.5, 9, 10 and install it before the course begins. Note: This course is not suitable for Macs. COMP 1982/24 Hrs/$254.25

Crystal Reports XI Introduction

Software required: Students are to purchase Crystal Reports 2008, XI or 2011 and install it before the course begins. Note: This course is not suitable for Macs. COMP 1986/24 Hrs/$254.25

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Introduction to CorelDRAW X5

Software required: CorelDRAW Graphics suite X5, CorelDRAW Suite X5: Home and Student Edition or CorelDRAW Suite X5: Education Edition. Computer system required: Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. DTP 1981/24 Hrs/$254.25

Mac, iPhone and iPad Programming

Software required: Xcode 4.3 compiler, an Intel-based Mac (software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins); Lion Mac OS X 10.7. Note: this course is not suitable for Windows PC users. TECH 1081/24 Hrs/$254.25

Wow, What a Great Event! LEIS 1182/24 Hrs/$254.25

CERTIFICATION PREPARATION Advanced A+ Certification

Prerequisite: Intermediate A+ Certification Requirements: A Windows PC that you can experiment on. COMP 3880/24 Hrs/$315.75


Distance Education CERTIFICATION PREPARATION Basic A+ Certification

Requirements: A Windows PC that you can experiment on. COMP 1880/24 Hrs/$315.75

Intermediate A+ Certification

Prerequisite: Basic A+ Certification Requirements: A Windows PC that you can experiment on. COMP 2880/24 Hrs/$315.75

CHILD CARE/PARENTING AND TEACHING PROFESSIONALS Creating Classroom Centers NEW TEAC 1088/24 Hrs/$254.25

Teaching Smarter with Smart Boards NEW

Specific software is required for this course. Please see the website description for a complete list of requirements. TEAC 1087/24 Hrs/$254.25

Teaching Students with ADHD TEAC 1880/24 Hrs/$254.25

Photoshop Elements 10

Teaching Students with Autism: Strategies for Success TEAC 1083/24 Hrs/$254.25

Understanding Adolescents CHLD 1082/24 Hrs/$254.25

Working Successfully with Learning Disabled Students

Creating K-12 Learning Materials NEW

Mac students are welcome, but may not be able to duplicate all examples. CHLD 1081/24 Hrs/$254.25

Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success NEW

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Discover Digital Photography NEW

TEAC 1089/24 Hrs/$254.25

TEAC 1986/24 Hrs/$254.25

Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom NEW

PHOT 1981/24 Hrs/$254.25

Solving Classroom Discipline Problems I

Software Required: Adobe Flash and PDF plug-ins (two free and simple downloads you obtain at http://www.adobe.com/downloads by clicking Get Adobe Flash Player and Get Adobe Reader). PHOT 1080/24 Hrs/$254.25

TEAC 1987/24 Hrs/$254.25

TEAC 1082/24 Hrs/$254.25

Solving Classroom Discipline Problems II

NEW

Prerequisite: Solving Classroom Discipline Problems I TEAC 2082/24 Hrs/$254.25

Survival Kit for New Teachers

TEAC 1988/24 Hrs/$254.25

NEW

Note: Mac students are welcome, but will need to make standard Windows/ Mac keystroke conversions. Teaching staff has Mac software and equipment available and can help troubleshoot with Mac students to complete course material if necessary.

Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera

Photographing People with Your Digital Camera

Software required: Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.0 for Windows or Adobe Photoshop Elements 10.0 for Mac (software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins); Windows 7 / Vista / XP, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. PHOT 1085/24 Hrs/$254.25

Photoshop Elements 11 for the Digital Photographer I NEW Software Required: Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 for Windows/Mac (software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins); Windows 7 / Vista / XP, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. PHOT 1083/24 Hrs/$254.25

Photoshop Elements 11 for the Digital Photographer II NEW

Prerequisite: Photoshop Elements 11 Level II Software Required: Internet access; email; and the Internet Explorer or Netscape or Firefox Web browser. PHOT 2083/24 Hrs/$254.25

Secrets of Better Photography

Note: Students are required to have access to a digital or film camera. PHOT 1084/24 Hrs/$254.25

Note: Students require access to a digital camera and a digital editing program such as Photoshop Elements 3.0, Adobe Flash & PDF plug-ins, two downloads at http://www. adobe.com/downloads. PHOT 1081/24 Hrs/$254.25

Teaching Preschool - A Year of Inspiring Lessons EDUC 1980/24 Hrs/$254.25

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

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76 Distance Education PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT/ ENRICHMENT Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 1

PC TROUBLESHOOTING, NETWORKING & SECURITY Music Made Easy

WELL 1085/24 Hrs/$315.75

Required: a computer equipped with speakers or headphones. MUSC 1080/24 Hrs/$254.25

Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 2 NEW

Resumé Writing

Prerequisite: Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 1 WELL 2085/24 Hrs/$315.75

Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 3 NEW Prerequisite: Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations 2 WELL 3085/24 Hrs/$315.75

JOB 1080/24 Hrs/$254.25

NEW

Speed Spanish 1

LANG 1987/24 Hrs/$254.25

Speed Spanish 2

NEW

Speed Spanish 3

NEW

Prerequisite: Speed Spanish Level 1 LANG 2987/24 Hrs/$254.25

Spirituality, Health, and Healing

PC Troubleshooting Introduction

NEW

HORT 1983/24 Hrs/$254.25

Introduction to Natural Health & Healing HLTH 1987/24 Hrs/$254.25

NEW

Leadership

NEW

COMM 1082/24 Hrs/$254.25 LDS 1980/24 Hrs/$229.69

Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search NEW JOB 1082/24 Hrs/$254.25

Writing Essentials

WRIT 1986/24 Hrs/$254.25

Keys to Effective Communication

Networking Introduction

Software required: Microsoft Windows. NETW 1980/24 Hrs/$254.25

Start Your Own Edible Garden DESN 1080/24 Hrs/$254.25

Prerequisite: Networking Introduction Software required: Microsoft Windows. NETW 2980/24 Hrs/$254.25

Prerequisite: Speed Spanish Level 2 LANG 3987/24 Hrs/$254.25

WELL 1084/24 Hrs/$315.75

Interior Design, Introduction

Networking Intermediate

Mastering Public Speaking SPEK 1880/24 Hrs/$254.25

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

NEW

Software required: You will need access to one or more computers that do not contain any data you consider sensitive. COMP 1280/24 Hrs/$254.25

PC Security Introduction

A familiarity with general PC terminology, an understanding of Windows and an ability to locate programs and change settings (or completion of Introduction to Windows XP). SECR 1080/24 Hrs/$254.25

Wireless Networking NETW 1981/24 Hrs/$254.25

on i t a r t s i g e R Tips • • • •

Register Early to ensure your spot in the course, or to avoid cancellation of a course due to insufficient enrollment. A convenient alternative, due to the volume of telephone calls during registration, may be online, mail-in or drop-off. Note: Cheques not accepted. If you get voice-mail, please leave us a clear detailed message with your name, phone number and a time you can be reached. We will make every attempt to return your call within 24 hours. We may have to contact you. When registering, please provide us with your current daytime and home phone number, email and home address.


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Distance Education APPRENTICESHIPS * Note: These courses have a

minimum passing grade of 70%.

ELECTRICAL APPRENTICE *Code Level 1

MI

*Code Level 2

MI

Equivalent: TRAD 1411 TRAD 1483/84 Hrs/$578.91 + text(s)

*Electrical Trade Theory 2 MI

Prerequisite: Electrical Trade Theory I Equivalent: TRAD 3400 TRAD 3480/60 Hrs/$437.55

Prerequisite: Code Level 1 Equivalent: ELEC 2404 CODE 2481/40 Hrs/$484.15

*Electrical Trade Theory 3 MI

MI

Prerequisite: Electrical Trade Theory 2 Equivalent: TRAD 4400 TRAD 4480/54 Hrs/$402.21

Prerequisite: Code Level 2 Equivalent: ELEC 3405 CODE 3481/30 Hrs/$384.15

*Theory Level 1

Equivalent: ELEC 1405 TRAD 1486/64 Hrs/$724.15 + text(s)

*Theory Level 2

MI

Prerequisite: Electrical Apprentice - Theory Level 1 Equivalent: ELEC 2400 TRAD 2483/80 Hrs/$884.15 + text(s)

*Theory Level 3

MI

Prerequisite: Electrical Apprentice - Theory Level 2 Equivalent: ELEC 3401 TRAD 3483/60 Hrs/$684.15 + text(s)

ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN *Electrical Code 1

Prerequisite: Electrical Code 3 Equivalent: CODE 4400 CODE 4480/54 Hrs/$402.21

Electrical Trade Theory 1 MI

Equivalent: ELEC 1409 CODE 1481/32 Hrs/$404.15

*Code Level 3

MI

Electrical Code 4

MI

Equivalent: CODE 1402 CODE 1480/30 Hrs/$260.85 + text(s)

*Electrical Code 2

MI

*Electrical Code 3

MI

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICE *Drawings and Schematics MI Level 1 Equivalent: IMM 1415 BLUE 1482/32 Hrs/$404.15 + text(s)

Electricity 1 - Mechanical Maintenance

MI

Equivalent: ELEC 2411 ELEC 1482/36 Hrs/$296.19

Engineering Drawings 1 MI – Industrial Equivalent: BLUO 1410 BLUE 1485/15 Hrs/$172.50 + text(s)

Engineering Drawings 2 MI – Industrial

Prerequisite: Engineering Drawings 1 – Industrial Equivalent: BLUO 2401 BLUE 2485/18 Hrs/$190.17

Mathematics 1

MI

Mathematics 2

MI

Course is an approved Math course of three credit hours at D’Youville College. Equivalent: MATH 1424 and MATH 1426 MATH 1480/42 Hrs/$331.53 + text(s)

*Drawings and Schematics MI Level 2

Prerequisite: Mathematics 1 Equivalent: MATH 2401 MATH 2480/42 Hrs/$331.53 + text(s)

*Electrical/Electronic Controls Level 1

Trade Theory 1 – Industrial

MI

Equivalent: IMM 1416 ELEC 1481/16 Hrs/$244.15

Equivalent: TRAD 1414 TRAD 1480/60 Hrs/$437.55 + text(s)

Rigging and Hoisting Level 1 MI

Trade Theory 2 – Industrial

MI

Prerequisite: Drawings & Schematics Level 1 MI Equivalent: IMM 2415 Rigging & Hoisting BLUE 2482/16 Hrs/$244.15 Equivalent: RIG 2400 and ROPE 2400 RIG 1480/18 Hrs/$190.17

MI

Equivalent: IMM 1418 RIG 1481/16 Hrs/$244.15

Prerequisite: Electrical Code 1 Equivalent: CODE 2400 CODE 2480/36 Hrs/$296.19

Prerequisite: Electrical Code 2 Equivalent: CODE 3400 CODE 3480/45 Hrs/$349.20

MECHANICAL TECHNQUES INDUSTRIAL

Prerequisite: Trade Theory 1 - Industrial Equivalent: TRAD 2401 TRAD 2481/72 Hrs/$508.23 + text(s)

MI Available Monthly Intake

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


78 Second Career SECOND CAREER

s

Second Career is an Ontario government program that offers financial support for tuition, books, and other costs associated with training to build skills for a new career. Second Career provides career planning and financial support to help laid-off/part-time workers participate in training for a new job. Career counsellors in Employment Ontario offices can help you take the first step. Durham College Second Career provides options for students to study in our E-Lab at the Oshawa Campus or to study from home. Accelerated programming for a variety of post-secondary programs is available. The E-Lab classroom provides: • Dedicated E-Lab classroom with E-Lab staff available to support your learning • The peer support of other E-Lab students • Your own work station with high speed internet and a full range of software programs • The benefits of being on campus, with access to College facilities • Three semester start dates: September, January or May • Set daily schedule - Monday to Friday E-Lab students pay all full-time ancillary fees and receive all full-time student benefits including student insurance, U-Pass and Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre membership. Remote Students • Work from their own personal computer. • Responsible for all software and hardware requirements. • 24 hour technical support is provided • Semester intakes beginning September, January and May • Flexible hours as determined by individual course schedules The following programs are available through online learning and may be eligible for funding through Second Career: Diploma Programs: • Business – Accounting (Two-Year) • Business – Entrepreneurship and Small Business • Business – Human Resources Management • Business – Marketing • Business – Operations • Early Childhood Education • Educational Assistant • Library and Information Technician Graduate Certificates: • Early Childhood Resource Consulting • Human Resources Management Certificate Programs: • Accounting Specialty • Applied Criminal Investigative Techniques • Bookkeeping • Business Fundamentals

Certificate Programs: • Children’s Mental Health • Client and Customer Services • Entrepreneurship • Event Planning • Geographic Information Systems • Health and Safety for the Workplace • Home Inspection • Hospital Nursing Unit Clerk • Legal Office Assistant • Management Studies • Marketing Management • Mental Health Rehabilitation • Microsoft Office • Office Technology Administration • Operations Management • Sustainable Local Food • Technical Support Analyst • Website Creation and Design

For additional information about any of these programs visit the website www.tcu.gov.on.ca/eng/secondcareer Phone: 905.721.2000 ext. 2123 | Email: secondcareeronline@durhamcollege.ca

Credit Card Registration 905.721.3000


Certificates, Diplomas & Associations


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ion t a c o v n Co Graduates of Certificate, Graduate Certificate and Diploma programs will be invited to participate in the College Convocation ceremonies. Ceremonies are held twice yearly, in June and October. Students must: • Declare their program • Have completed all courses as identified in the program of studies • Apply to graduate • Pay the graduation fee All applications will be audited and successful graduates will be invited to the next convocation.

ACCESSIBILITY COORDINATION Ontario College Graduate Certificate (See Distance Education) Program Description If you have the related skills or education Accessibility Coordination, the only program of its kind in Ontario, will give you the knowledge required to implement and maintain accessibility standards for organizations. Disabilities are multi-faceted and differ between individuals; therefore, a wide range of accommodations are required to ensure equal access. In addition, recent legislation has made it mandatory that government and individual organizations develop their current policies and procedures to reduce accessibility barriers. With the importance of employing professionals with specialized skills and knowledge in accessibility expected to steadily increase, this program will allow you to gain expertise in equal access, structural accommodations and accessibility barriers.

Admission Requirements

hip s r a l o h c S $500 Continuing Education Scholarship To be eligible, students must meet the following criteria: • currently working towards a Durham College Continuing Education certificate, diploma or graduate certificate • have completed a minimum of seven required subjects in their program through Durham College (excluding credit transfers) • will be required to write a short paragraph, explaining why they think they should receive the scholarship • attach an official transcript of their marks, available from the Office of the Registrar. Applications should be submitted to the Continuing Education office, A160 by August 29, 2014. Academic excellence, as well as the student’s explanatory paragraph, will be the basis for the final selection of the scholarship.

• Proof of successful completion of an approved diploma or degree program with an emphasis on areas such as human, health or social services; structural, civil or urban planning; engineering or architecture; project and facility management; business or recreation; and/or five years of relevant experience. • All course requirements must be completed within five years • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • A minimum of 25% of courses must be completed through Durham College

Program of Study • Accessibility Auditing • Accessibility Legislation & Application • Accessibility Project Management • Adult Learning Theory for Accessibility Coordinators • Advanced Communication Techniques for Accessibility Coordinators • Disability Perspectives • Leadership & Group Facilitation • Management & Organizational Behaviour • Practical Approaches to Inclusion • Professional Communication for Accessibility Coordinators • Research in Accessibility • Social Policy • Universal Design for Communities Note: Due to low enrolment we will be offering the above courses on a rotating bases each semester. Please view our website for the current course schedule.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Credit card registration 905.721.3000


Certificates & Diplomas 81 ACCOUNTING

Ontario College Diploma (2 year) (See Business/Distance Education) Program Description Accounting involves measuring business activities, processing information into financial reports and statements, and communicating information to the appropriate decision-makers. Graduates may choose to apply many course credits towards a Certified General Accountants designation (CGA).

Diploma Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading OR • General Education Development (GED) • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I & II • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Law • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Cost Accounting I & II • Economics I & II (Macro/Micro) • Excel Advanced

• General Education Electives (three required)* • Human Resources Management Principles • Intermediate Accounting I & II • Introduction to Business Management • Management Information Systems • Marketing I • Operations Management I • Simply Accounting • Statistics I (MATH 2252 or STAT 2280) • Taxation I

* General Education Electives: A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Course Substitution if taken prior to Winter 2012

ACCPAC = Simply Accounting Business Communication I & II = Communications II for Business College Communication Skills = Communications I for Business Small Business Management = Intro. to Business Management

ACCOUNTING - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Ontario College Diploma (3 year) (See Business/Distance Education) Program Description Used in business and non-business organizations, accounting involves measuring business activities; processing information into financial reports and statements; and communicating information to the appropriate decision-makers.

Diploma Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I & II • Advanced Accounting • Auditing I & II • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Finance I & II • Business Law for Accounting • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Cost Accounting I & II • Economics I & II (Macro & Micro) • Excel Advanced

• Field Placement - Accounting • General Education Electives (three required)* • Human Resources Management Priniciples • Intermediate Accounting I, II & III • Introduction to Business Management • Management Information Systems • Managerial Cost Accounting • Marketing I • Operations Management I • Simply Accounting • Statistics I & II • Taxation I & II

* General Education Electives:

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of studies. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Course Substitution if taken prior to Fall 2013 Statisics I = Business Law

Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

If started prior to 2009 students will not be required to take Introduction to Business Management.

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82 Certificates & Diplomas ACCOUNTING SPECIALTY

Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE Durham College Certificate (See Languages)

Program Description

Program Description

This program provides the training to advance a career in the field of Accounting. The courses in this specialized certificate can be applied toward the Certified General Accountants (CGA) designation.

ASL (Communicating with the Deaf) offered in co-operation with Durham Deaf Services, provides you with an introduction to American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. Emphasis is on interpersonal communication and the functional use of language. You will learn useful vocabulary and expressions, specific grammatical features of ASL and cultural information. A variety of communicative activities such as: videotape presentation, role playing, and classroom discussion are designed to practice what you have learned, as well as teach you appropriate language and cultural behaviours in various situations. This certificate provides you with the necessary skills to communicate with the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I • Accounting II • Cost Accounting I • Cost Accounting II • Intermediate Accounting I • Intermediate Accounting II • Managerial Cost Accounting • Simply Accounting OR Simply Accounting I (online) • Taxation I Students who have taken ACCPAC prior to Winter 2012 can use it in place of Simply Accounting.

Graduates of the program will have the skills to assist those working with the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing in areas such as Early Childhood Education, Social Services Agencies, Canadian Hearing Society and Durham Deaf Services. This certificate does not qualify you to teach ASL or act as an interpretor.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • ASL 101 • ASL 102 • ASL 103 • ASL 201 • ASL 202 (not challengeable) • ASL 203 (not challengeable)

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Certificates & Diplomas 83 APPLIED CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

AUTOCAD

Durham College Certificate (See Technology) Program Description

Program Description The field of security and public and private investigations is a growing one and law enforcement investigative methods and techniques have undergone some dramatic changes in recent years. The demand for trained, professional investigators and security personnel is on the rise as both the private and public sector continue to improve their strategies to deal with safety and security in the workplace. This innovative and dynamic online certificate program is designed for those employed in the private or public sector and to increase the legal knowledge and professional skills of those who wish to enter or advance in the field of investigations. Learning through case studies and scenarios, electronic forums, and mentoring by law enforcement professionals, students will graduate with the necessary skills for an exciting career in this field.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Due to demand from various industries, Durham College Continuing Education has developed an AutoCAD Certificate. All courses are offered in a modular format with Modules 1A and 1B being prerequisite courses for the remaining three modules. (Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing Professional is a stand-alone course but is required to obtain the certificate.) Each module will focus on various topics ranging from basic drawing, editing and layout creation (Modules 1A and 1B) to exploring more advanced features of AutoCAD such as parametrics, customization and finally, the world of 3D design (Modules 2, 3, and 4 respectively). After completing Modules 1A and 1B, the student can choose any or all of the remaining modules to best suit their needs.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

(courses listed in recommended order) • Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing Professionals

Program of Study

• AutoCAD Module 1A

• Canadian Criminal Justice System

• AutoCAD Module 1B

• Communications and Investigative Report Writing

• AutoCAD Module 2

• Computer/Cyber Crime

• AutoCAD Module 3

• Corporate Crime Investigation

• Ethics and the Justice System

• Fraud Investigation

• AutoCAD Module 4

• Forensics 911 - The Basics of Forensic Criminal Investigation • Investigative Techniques and Processes • Investigative Techniques for Motor Vehicle Collisions

• Independent/Capstone Project

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84 Certificates & Diplomas BOOKKEEPING

Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education) Program Description These courses will teach basic elements of double entry procedures regarding payroll, calculation of sales tax, retail invoicing, job costing, general ledger, Canadian payroll, inventory control, and sales analysis. You will also learn to operate QuickBooks or ACCPAC software and Simply Accounting software. Durham College currently partners with the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB). Upon completion of our bookkeeping courses students with the required amount of work experience may apply for the designation of Certified Bookkeeper through the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB).

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I & II • ACCPAC OR QuickBooks Introduction • Cost Accounting I • Excel Introduction OR Business Computer Applications II • Intermediate Accounting I • Payroll Administration • Simply Accounting OR Simply Accounting I (online) • Taxation I • Word Introduction OR Business Computer Applications I Elective Courses (choose one): • Communications for Business I • Customer Service & Ethics • Office Technology & Procedures

Course Substitution

BUILDING ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS (BES) OPERATOR Durham College Certificate (See Skilled Trades) Program Description The BES courses are designed to train technicians in the operation and maintenance of today’s complex buildings. They focus on the knowledge required to understand the functioning of all systems in commercial, office, institutional and residential buildings. The courses look at how buildings can be operated and maintained more efficiently. It is recommended, but not necessary, that applicants be employed in a building operation. BES courses also benefit technical sales reps, energy auditors and building contractors; anyone responsible for effective building operation or who wants to expand their skills portfolio. These certificates are recognized by the Toronto Building Managers and Operators Association (TBMOA). The Operator Class I certificate is recognized by the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA).

Certificate Requirements

It is strongly recommended that students should have completed an Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English, Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics or Mature Student status (19 years of age). A Class II certificate will be awarded to students who successfully complete the seven core subjects including Building Systems: A Practical Overview. A Class I certificate will be awarded to students with a Class II certificate who successfully complete one specialty subject and the mandatory course - Energy Efficiency in Large Buildings.

Program of Study BES Operator Class II • Air Conditioning and Refrigeration • Air Handling • Building Systems: A Practical Overview (take this course first) • Controls • Electrical • Heating • Water Treatment

ACCPAC consists of three (3) online ACCPAC courses Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger.

BES Operator Class I

Students who have taken College Communication Skills prior to Winter 2012 can use it in place of Communications for Business I.

Plus one of the following specialty subjects: • Air Systems Design

• Energy Efficiency in Large Buildings - mandatory

• Hospital Building Systems • Pipe Systems Design

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Certificates & Diplomas 85 BUSINESS ANALYSIS Durham College Certificate (See Business)

BUSINESS FUNDAMENTALS Ontario College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

Economic forces, product demand, competitive offerings and other outside influences continue to affect today’s businesses. As a result, corporate needs often change as quickly as the climate. This continuously shifting business atmosphere means that business problems must now be solved more efficiently and effectively than ever before. It also means that Business Analysts must act as consultants and confidently probe deeper into stakeholders needs, recommend solutions that are supported internally, and ultimately be able to positively impact a business.

This program has been designed to accommodate the student who wants a basic understanding of business practices. Students successfully completing the program may opt to continue in another business program offered at Durham College to obtain a diploma in Marketing, Accounting, Human Resources Management, Operations Management or Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management.

This program, offered in partnership with Durham College and Atocrates Project Sciences International, is geared towards beginning and experienced analysts of all types who hold any one of the following or a similar job title, and are responsible for drawing out requirements for an organization’s business and technology projects: Business Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, Systems Analyst, Business Process Analyst, Project Analyst, User Support Analyst, Business Systems Specialist, Application Support Specialist, Requirements Manager, Requirements Analyst, and Business Solution Architect, Financial Analysts, Policy Analysts and Network Analysts.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • Experience in business analysis • 65% pass required for all modules • 65% pass required on the final comprehensive exam • Overall mark will be 70% (average mark from all 5 modules) plus 30% for the final comprehensive exam.

Program of Study (must be taken in order) • Introduction to BABOK® • Business Analysis Requirements Management

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I • Economics I (Macroeconomics) • General Education Elective* (two required) • Human Resources Management Principles • Introduction to Business Management • Marketing I • Operations Management I Electives (choose one): • Accounting II • Marketing II • Operations Management II

* General Education Elective

• Business Analysis Communication & Relationships

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

• Business Analysis Modeling Techniques

Course Substitutions if taken prior to Winter 2012

• Business Analysis Capstone Simulation

College Communication Skills = Communications for Business I Small Business Management = Introduction to Business Management Social Media & Society = General Education elective

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86 Certificates & Diplomas CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH

CLIENT & CUSTOMER RELATIONS

Program Description

Program Description

Participants in this program will gain the relevant knowledge and skills to effectively work with infants, children or adolescents with complicated psychiatric disorders. Courses will focus on: the developmental process; understanding psychiatric disorders and associated behaviours; risk factors and triggers; on the identification of behaviours and symptoms; family relationships; and intervention and prevention strategies.

This program teaches the strategies and techniques to solidify and enhance client relations skills and build positive, lasting relationships with clients. This Client and Customer Relations program prepares you to develop teams of staff dedicated to excellent service delivery, to identify, mitigate, and avoid confrontational situations with internal and external clients, and to create and promote an effective corporate service culture.

Certificate Requirements

Certificate Requirements

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

Program of Study

• Child Development I

• Building and Maintaining Customer Relationships

• Cognitive Development, Trauma & Loss

• Creating a Corporate Service Culture

Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

• Family Relationships and their Impact on Psychiatric Disorders

• Developing Client Service Teams

• Prevention and Intervention Strategies

• Leadership and Communication

• Leadership in a Team Environment

• Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child and Adolescent Population • Risk Factors of Common Psychiatric Disorders in the Infant, Child and Adolescent

• Strategies for Fostering Client Loyalty Electives (choose two) • Developing Leadership Capacity

• Management Leadership Skills

• Management Principles • Organizational Behaviour

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Certificates & Diplomas 87 COMMUNITY ADVOCACY Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATOR Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

The Community Law School (Sarnia/Lambton) Inc. (CLS), a nonprofit, charitable public legal education organization, has designed and delivers this certificate program, in partnership with the OntarioLearn host college. This program is designed to enhance the learner’s skills and knowledge with practical, how-to-instruction on how to best navigate the many social programs and other regularly-encountered issues of everyday life that often impact those who are marginalized and/or live in poverty in our community. The program provides training in advocacy techniques, and reviews of current legislation, relevant procedures, bureaucratic systems, appeal tribunals and other topics necessary to a hands-on understanding of the course subject matter.

Construction Estimating is designed to improve the knowledge and skill level of people working or wanting to work as estimators in the construction industry. Construction estimators analyze the costs of and prepare estimates on construction projects. They may specialize in estimating costs for civil engineering, architectural, structural, electrical and mechanical construction projects or they may specialize in estimating costs for one construction trade in particular.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Basic Construction Methods and Technology • Commercial Construction Principles

Mandatory Courses:

• Construction Contract Bid Management

• Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits • Communications for Business I • Community Advocacy Techniques • Community and Social Services • Consumer Protection Laws, Part I • Consumer Protection Laws, Part II • Employment Insurance Act • Employment Standards Act • Human Rights in Ontario • Ontario Disability Support Program Act • Ontario Works Act • Residential Tenancies Act, Part I • Residential Tenancies Act, Part II • Small Claims Court, Part I • Small Claims Court, Part II • Victims’ Rights Laws

• Construction Job Site Management • Introduction to Cost Estimating • The Construction Industry • Material Estimating and Methods

Electives (choose two) • Canadian Law • Dispute Resolution • Intercultural Communications • Legal Research • Legal Terminology

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88 Certificates & Diplomas DEMENTIA STUDIES - MULTIDISCIPLINE Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

DIABETES WORKER/EDUCATOR Recognition of Achievement (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This certificate is designed to increase competency in caring for those with dementia. It will be of particular interest to those in the health and social science field and community agency staff who deal with individuals with dementia. This program is approved by the Alzheimers Society.

The Diabetes Worker/Educator program offers a firm foundation in current clinical approaches to diabetes education. It is designed for Registered Nurses, Practical Nurses and Registered Dieticians who wish to specialize in the field of diabetes education.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study

These courses provide the health care provider with the skills and knowledge to perform the required hands-on hours in the diabetes education field to meet the eligibility requirements by the CDECB to write their diabetes educator certificate exam. This program covers topics such as disease process, management of diabetes, patient education, living with diabetes, and special issues with diabetes. The Canadian Diabetes Educator Certification Board (CDECB) is responsible for the development and administration of the certification program for Certified Diabetes Educators in Canada. It is independent and separate from all other diabetes related organizations and associations. They provide a process whereby eligible health professionals can be recognized as diabetes specialists. There are additional requirements in becoming recognized as a Diabetes Educator through the Canadian Diabetes Educator Certificate Board. Please visit their website at www.cdecb.ca

• Caregiving Skills

Admission Requirements

• Communication & Interpersonal Skills

• Ethics & Legalities

• All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College

• Evaluation & Program Planning

• Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• Research & Development

• Proof of registration as a Registered Nurse, Practical Nurse or Registered Dietician

Electives (choose one)

• It is also recommended and assumed that students have a basic knowledge of human physiology

• Dementia Care Overview • Dementia Studies Field Placement

• Aging Introduction • Orientation to Palliative Care

Field Placement Information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Program of Study

Students must complete the following four courses. These courses must be completed in the order shown: • Diabetes: The Basics

• Patient Education Introduction • Living with Diabetes • Special Issues with Diabetes

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Certificates & Diplomas 89 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

Ontario College Graduate Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description Learn the fundamentals to foster personal, social, cognitive, and physical development. You will gain valuable practical skills during your fieldwork placements. The program encompasses all aspects of child care, including an awareness of children with special needs.

Diploma Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading (OR) • General Education Development (GED) • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study • Child Development I • Child Development II • Communication Techniques • Curriculum Development I - III • E.C.E. Practices, Introduction • Exceptionalities, Introduction • Field Placements & Seminars l - III • Field Placement Preparation for E.C.E. I & II • General Education Elective • Guidance of the Young Child

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION - RESOURCE CONSULTING

• Observing the Young Child • Philosophies of E.C.E. • Prevention & Identification of Child Abuse • Role of the Professional in E.C.E. • Supervision & Administration • Wellness for Children • Working with Parents

Program Description This program provides Registered Early Childhood Educators with specialist knowledge and skills to work as resource consultants with children living with special needs and with their families. Graduates collaborate with early childhood professionals, community partners and families to identify, respond to and support the diverse abilities and interests of all children. Graduates develop, review and update family-centered individualized Family Service Plans (FSP) that support access to early learning programs and services, meaningful participation in these programs, optimal development and learning, and successful transitions in daily life and to new learning environments. Graduates provide leadership through consultation, service co-ordination, case management and referral services for children living with special needs and for their families.

Admision Requirements • Early Childhood Education Diploma and transcript or equivalency granted by the Association of Early Childhood Educators of Ontario (AECEO) or copy of College of ECE registration card. • Documentation stating previous experience (minimum 105 hours) with children who are developmentally challenged/ delayed, as defined by the Day Nurseries Act. This experience may have occurred in a supervised field placement during the applicant’s early childhood education training, through volunteer work, or work experience following graduation. • Documentation stating one post-diploma year working (full-time or part-time) as an Early Childhood Educator in a licensed daycare centre.

Program of Study • Advocacy, Practice and Reflection

General Education Electives (three required)

• Fieldwork Level 1

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

• Fieldwork Level 2

Note: Field Placement Preparation for E.C.E. I, will be required to be taken the semester prior to taking Field Placement I. Students are required to take both Field Placement Preparation for E.C.E. II at the same time as Field Placement II.

• Introduction to the Assessment Process

• Individual Family Service Plan • Introduction to the Field of Early Childhood Education Resource Consulting • The Inclusive Learning Environment

Field Placement information: please visit our website at

• Understanding and Working with Families and Community Partners

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90 Certificates & Diplomas EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program provides provincially recognized training via the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities approved curriculum for the training of educational assistants. School-based placements will help you acquire the attitudes, knowledge and skills needed to work effectively as an educational assistant, primarily with children and youth with exceptionalities.

Small business management continues to be a significant element in job creation in this country. This program will explore the opportunities and challenges inherent in starting your own business. It is recommended that you begin with the Entrepreneurship course.

Admission Requirements:

You will study accounting principles, human resources, marketing, communications and law. For your elective, you can choose from a diverse number of courses in the areas of sales, advertising, international studies and e-business.

Applicants to the program must meet certain specific MINIMUM requirements. For a full list of requirements please visit our website, click on Distance & Online Education, Distance Education Diplomas.

Diploma Requirements:

• All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study: • Adaptive Technology in Education • Autism Spectrum Disorder • Classroom Skills • Communication for EA • Communication Skills for the Educational Setting Part I & II • Computers in Education • Cultural Diversity in an Educational Setting • Development Across the Lifespan • EA Practicum Prep • EA Practicum I - III

• Exceptionalities I - III • Foundations in Education • General Education Elective* • Intercultural Communications • Learning Strategies - Learning How to Learn • Lifeskills and Job Coaching • Mathematics for EA • Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics • Psychology Introduction • Safety in an Educational Setting

*General Education Electives (choose two) A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

Field Placement information: please visit our website at www. durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

**To obtain an information package that includes the E.A. Program Application, please visit our website. Note: The application and all required documents must be completed and returned to the college for approval prior to registering for your first course.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

• Accounting I • Business Law • Communication for Business I OR Business Report Writing • Entrepreneurship I • Human Resources Management Principles • Marketing I • Marketing II • Simply Accounting or ACCPAC* Electives (choose one) • Business Development for Entrepreneurship and Small Business • Entrepreneurship II • International Business • Leadership for Entrepreneurs • Marketing Digitally * Note: ACCPAC online consists of three (3) ACCPAC courses Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger.

Course Substitutions

Students who took College Communication Skills prior to Winter 2012 can use it in place of Communication for Business I.

If taken prior to Fall 2013

Electives - prior electives taken can be substituted for current electives.

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Certificates & Diplomas 91 ENTREPRENEURSHIP & SMALL BUSINESS Ontario College Diploma (2 year) (See Business/Distance Education)

EVENT PLANNING & MANAGEMENT Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program is designed to provide you with the skills to start (or grow) and manage a small business. In addition, you will have the opportunity to complete the academic requirements for membership in the Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE), a professional association established to develop entrepreneurs.

Event planning is a multifaceted, growing industry and this program is designed to provide professional training to enhance opportunities in this area. Developing a strategic plan and the necessary logistics for event execution is of the utmost importance. Understanding how to set meeting goals and objectives, adhere to project budget, choose the best facility, manage the logistics and build the program content is critical to event planning and meeting management. This credential will ensure you gain the knowledge and skills to enhance your ability to function in this growing business. You will learn how to plan, promote and execute both large and small events in the private and public sectors.

Diploma Requirements See website for Diploma/Entrance Requirements.

Program of Study

• Accounting I • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Computer Applications III OR HTML - Introduction OR Extensible HTML • Business Development for Entrepreneurship and Small Business • Business Law OR Marketing Law & Ethics • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II

• Economics I (Macroeconomics) • Entrepreneurship I & II • General Education Electives (three required)* • Human Resources Management Principles • Introduction to Business Management • Leadership for Entrepreneurs • Marketing I & II • Marketing Digitally • Mentorship • Operations Management I • Simply Accounting • Taxation I

*General Education Electives:

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Course Substitutions College Communication Skills = Communications for Business I Communications for Entrepreneurs = Communications for Business II Leadership & Career Management = Leadership for Entrepreneurs Small Business Management = Introduction to Business Management

If taken prior to Fall 2013

Advertising & Sales Promotion = Selling Field Placement = Mentorship Payroll Administration = Entrepreneurship II Retail Management = Marketing Digitally

This program is designed to train the learner in event planning, advertising/marketing and promotion, financial planning and budgeting, logistics and time management and project management, as well as environmental sustainability.

Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Communications for Business I • Event Management Strategies • Event Planning and Operations • Event Planning and Protocol • Hospitality Marketing • Interpersonal Communications • Management Leadership Skills • Meeting and Convention Planning Principles • Project Management Introduction • Responsible Practices for Green Meeting Management • Trade Show Management for Conventions • Independent Capstone Project (Final Course)

Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

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92 Certificates & Diplomas FOOD SERVICE WORKER Recognition of Achievement

(See Health & Community Services/Distance Eduation)

FRENCH

Durham College Certificate (See Languages/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program provides the knowledge and skills to be an effective member of a food service team in commercial, institutional or long-term care homes. This program has been developed and reviewed by members of Dietitians of Canada and the Ontario Society of Nutrition Management.

This certificate will help you enhance your communications skills (reading, writing and speaking) so that you can communicate effectively and with confidence. You will also further your knowledge of grammar and develop an appreciation of French culture. Whether you require knowledge of French for your career or enjoy vacationing in French-speaking countries, you will find this program very effective.

Requirements • Ontario Grade 10 or equivalent • Grade 10 level of Math and English would be beneficial

Certificate Requirements

• Ability to read, write and follow verbal instructions in English • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study (courses listed in required order).

Program of Study

• Must be proficient in conversational English

• Communication/Customer Service • Role of the Food Service Worker • Nutrition, Introduction for the Food Service Worker • Nutrition in Health Care • Sanitation and Safety • Food Preparation and Production Note: This is the training program the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care requires in order to be employed in long-term care Nutrition and Food Service Departments. For this reason several of the course’s curriculum are specifically tailored to long-term care.

• French 1 • French 2 • French 3

• French 4 • French 5 (not challengeable) • Français écrit (not challengeable)

Note: Ontario Secondary School Diploma students who have successfully completed, within the past four years, French grades nine to twelve or OAC, Academic or Open level international language program, may be credited with levels one and two of Durham College’s French courses. Applications for credit require an official transcript and a per course application fee. Note: If you are taking a French course to obtain a Durham College French Certificate, you are required to successfully complete ALL courses in the Program of Study. You will be required to complete Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) to obtain a credit for the level(s) you have bypassed. For more information and to download these application forms go to www.durhamcollege.ca/coned under “Where do I find?”

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.3776 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 2260 (in-class)


Certificates & Diplomas 93 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

GERONTOLOGY

Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

Geographic information systems (GIS) provides the ability to automate map production and to integrate earth imagery with other data to solve geographic problems. Results can be displayed in a variety of ways including new maps, tables, charts, or all of these in combination. GIS is becoming a widely available and affordable technology which can be used by nearly every corporation, government agency, or nonprofit organization. This certificate is designed for practitioners who are the managers, technical professionals, and support staff responsible for managing and using GIS. This course is also designed to appeal to people from varying disciplines such as Urban Planning, Civil and Transportation Engineering, Resources, and Business.

In this program, which emphasizes the highest quality of life and wellness, you will enhance your knowledge, skills and attitudes to learn to care for aging clients. In particular, you will focus on the numerous factors and issues that impact the well-being of our aging population.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Access Introduction • Access Advanced • Designing, Managing/Implementing a GIS • GIS Introduction • GIS Software - ArcView • Global Positioning Systems • Internet Mapping

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Aging Introduction** • Assessment and Planning for the Aging Adult • Case Management for Elder Issues* • Communication and Health Promotion Techniques* • Complex Family Dynamic* • Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Aging* • Physiology of Aging • Restorative Care • Seniors Mental Health* Electives (choose one) • Dementia Care Overview

• Remote Sensing

• Orientation to Palliative Care

Note: This certificate is recognized by the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association. Please visit their website for more information: www.urisa.org/career/colleges

* Correspondence only

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2267

** Note: Aging Introduction must be taken first for those without a health care background.

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


94 Certificates & Diplomas GRAPHIC ARTS

Durham College Certificate (See Media, Art & Design)

HEALTH & SAFETY FOR THE WORKPLACE Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program has been revised as of Fall 2013. This certificate will provide you with a solid foundation of design specializing in graphic arts.

There is a growing concern for the safety of people in their work environment and the related hazards that may be found there. Prompted by governments and their agencies, labour and management have identified the need for greater experience, knowledge, and expertise in the field of occupational health and safety for the protection of people in the workplace. This program provides you with solid training in the required practices of occupational health and safety. In addition to providing the fundamentals, the program includes a management component that provides students with the knowledge to oversee workplace safety programs and offer solutions.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study Mandatory: • Adobe Illustrator I • Adobe Illustrator II • Digital Imaging (Photoshop I) • Digital Imaging (Photoshop II) • Photography for Integrated Media • Drawing I • InDesign, Introduction

Note: You must provide proof of a valid Standard First Aid Certificate and Basic Rescuer CPR training level A, B or C.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• Layout & Design I

Program of Study

• Layout & Design II

• Environmental Management Introduction

• Prepress Production

• Ergonomics

• Typography & Colour Theory for Integrated Media

• Fire Protection • Industrial Hygiene

Elective: (not required for certificate but will enhance your skills)

• Legislation for Health and Safety

• New Media

• Management Labour Concerns in Occupational Health & Safety • Occupational Health and Safety

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2260

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667


Certificates & Diplomas 95 HOME INSPECTION

Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

HOSPITAL/NURSING UNIT CLERK Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

In partnership with Seneca College and Carson Dunlop and Associates, and in co-operation with the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI), Durham offers a 10-course Home Inspection program that incorporates the Standards of Practice of the American Society of Home Inspectors/Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (ASHI/CAHPI). Standards of Practice define a minimum and uniform standard for private, fee-paid home inspectors.Throughout the program you will focus on obtaining a very practical knowledge of the performance of the systems and components of a house.

This certificate program prepares you for the challenging and rewarding career of providing clerical and administrative support for a hospital unit or health care institution. You will develop office management and business communications skills for the health care environment, and acquire a thorough understanding and ability to interpret and relay information reporting, medical terminology, medical conditions, pharmacology, surgical procedures and medical tests. You will also set up records for new patients, transcribe physicians’ orders from patient records, and prepare requisition forms for laboratory tests, therapy, drugs and supplies for their unit. The focus is on the development of strong office support skills with emphasis on interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.

Successful completion of this program fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) except for the Defect Recognition and Reporting Subject, which must be taken through the OAHI directly, and the Ontario Building Code Subjects: Part Nine - Building Envelope; Part Nine - Health and Safety. For full details, please contact the OAHI at 1.888.744.6244 or visit the OAHI website at www.oahi.com

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Knowledge of or experience in the construction industry would be an asset

Program of Study • Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection • Communication and Professional Practices • Electrical Inspection • Exterior Inspection • Heating Inspection I • Heating Inspection II • Interior and Insulation Inspection • Plumbing Inspection • Roofing Inspection • Structural Inspection

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Projected increases in the elderly population should increase the demand for medical services and the need for additional Hospital Unit Clerks.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Medical Conditions for Medical Office Staff • Medical Keyboarding • Medical Terminology - Level 1 • Pharmacology for Medical Office Professionals • Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff • Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical Office Staff • Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting Electives (choose two) • Health Records Management • Medical Billing I • Medical Office Procedures • Medical Terminology - Level 2

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


96 Certificates & Diplomas HUMAN RESOURCES

Ontario College Diploma (2 year) (See Business/Distance Education)

HUMAN RESOURCES

Ontario College Advanced Diploma (3 year) (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

You will study the key areas of Human Resources, performance appraisals, health and safety, training and development, compensation management, Human Resources planning and research, organizational change and consulting and labour relations. Courses are accepted as equivalent by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) towards the CHRP designation.

Human Resources Professionals take care of a company’s biggest asset - it’s employees. Helping businesses run smoothly by ensuring that employees are happy and procedures are followed for the greater good of the company.

Diploma Requirements

Human Resources course offerings are aligned with the academic requirements set out by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA), Ontario. Three-year graduates are eligible for the academic portion of their professional certification.

See our website for Diploma/Entrance Requirements.

Diploma Requirements

Program of Study • Accounting I • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Law • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Computer Applications for Human Resources Professionals • Economics I & II (Macro & Micro) • General Education Electives (three required)*

• Human Resources Management Principles • Introduction to Business Management • Marketing I • Occupational Health and Safety • Operations Management I • Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals • Psychology, Introduction • Recruitment & Selection • Statistics (STAT 2250 or 2280) • Training & Development

Note: Students who began their diploma prior to Fall 2009 will not be required to take Introduction to Business Management.

*General Education Elective:

A list of optional courses is available on our website under the program of study. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Course Substitutions if taken Prior to Fall 2009

Health & Safety = Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Sociology = Recruitment & Selection

Course Substitutions if taken Prior to Fall 2010 Management Accounting = Training & Development

Course Substitutions if taken Prior to Winter 2012

See our website for Diploma entrance Requirements.

Program of Study • Accounting I • Advanced Computer Applications for Human Resources OR Access Introduction • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Law • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Compensation Management • Computer Applications for Human Resources • Economics I (Macroeconomics) • Economics II (Microeconomics) • Employee Labour Relations • Field Placement • General Education Elective (three required) • Human Resources Management Principles • Human Resources Planning • Introduction to Business Management • Labour Economics • Managerial Accounting • Marketing I • Occupational Health & Safety • Operations Management I • Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals • Organizational Change and Leadership • Project Management for Human Resources • Psychology, Introductory • Recruitment and Selection • Statistics (STAT 2250 or 2280) • Training and Development

Business Communications I & II = Communications for Business II College Communication Skills = Communications for Business I Compensation Management = Occupational Health & Safety Small Business Management = Intro. to Business Management

*General Education Elective:

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

A list of optional courses is available on our website under the program of study.


Certificates & Diplomas 97 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT Ontario College Graduate Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Durham College Certificate (See Skilled Trades)

Program Description

Program Description

You will study key areas of Human Resources management including performance appraisal design and administration, labour relations, training and development, compensation administration, legislation, health and safety, recruitment, selection, and labour economics. This program includes a project-based field placement during which you will apply your knowledge in a practical setting and gain experience to launch your career.

The Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (I.M.M.) Certificate program consists of twelve modules. These modules are designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to install, repair and maintain production machinery in an industrial environment (such as food/ beverage production plants, car production plants, and steel production plants). Module 12 is Welding. Credit for this module can be obtained by taking the regular night school Welding Basic (WELO 1400).

The courses are equivalent credits required for the academic component of the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP®) designation, from the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA).

Certificate Requirements • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • University degree or College Diploma OR three to five years work-related experience • Applicants must be pre-approved

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

Program of Study

• IMM Module 1 - Safety/Metrology/Tools

• Accounting I • Compensation Management • Employee Labour Relations • Field Placement OR Human Resources Capstone Project • Human Resources Management Principles • Human Resources Planning • Managerial Accounting • Occupational Health & Safety • Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals • Recruitment & Selection • Training & Development

• IMM Module 2 - Drilling & Grinding • IMM Module 3 - Machine Shop Part 1 • IMM Module 4 - Machine Shop Part 2 • IMM Module 5 - Math & Blueprint Reading • IMM Module 6 - Power Transmission 1 • IMM Module 7 - Power Transmission 2 • IMM Module 8 - Rigging/Hoisting/Materials • IMM Module 9 - Pumps/Valves/Fabrication • IMM Module 10 - Pneumatics • IMM Module 11 - Hydraulics • IMM Module 12 - Welding Basic (WELO 1400)

Students must complete an Admissions form and be pre-approved prior to registering for the courses. To receive an admission form, please contact Val Gilham at 905.721.2000, ext. 2828 or val.gilham@durhamcollege.ca or visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Questions? Call 905.721.3330

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98 Certificates & Diplomas INTERIOR DECORATING Durham College Certificate (See Media, Art & Design)

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SERIES Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This Interior Decorating Certificate is recognized by the Canadian Decorator’s Association (CDECA). The focus of this certificate is on residential interior decorating. Interior decorators can work part-time or full-time and can earn a good income. You can help businesses, homeowners and apartment renters to beautify their spaces or you can exercise your creativity by working on specialty projects like yachts, bed and breakfasts and day spas.

This program will enhance leadership skills and develop new skills to help meet career and organizational objectives. The program will provide a solid foundation for those looking to enter leadership positions, and for those currently in front-line or mid-level management positions. The program will build on existing skills and experience and apply those skills to workplace situations. Content includes communications, ethics, performance management, change management, team building, planning, and project management. There are a number of assignments for each course that will be completed outside of class time.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

(This program has been revised as of Fall 2013) Note: 1. Courses are listed in the order we strongly recommend you take them. 2. The two AutoCAD courses are only offered on Saturday due to lab availability. 3. Students who have successfully completed the old Perspective Drawing course will not have to complete AutoCAD 2 for the certificate requirements. • Basic Drafting • Colour Theory • Decorating with Light • History of Furniture • AutoCAD for Interior Decorating • AutoCAD 2 for Interior Decorating • Illustration and Presentation • Perspective Drawing (no longer required) • Materials and Finishes • Decorating: Beyond the Basics • Business Practices

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2260

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Communication LDS • Creative and Critical Thinking LDS • Employment Law LDS • Finance LDS • Human Relations LDS • Leading Teams LDS • Leading Responsibly LDS • Managing Change LDS • Performance Management LDS • Project Management LDS

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 2828 (in-class)


Certificates & Diplomas 99 LEGAL OFFICE ASSISTANT Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

LIBRARY & INFORMATION TECHNICIAN Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

The legal office administrative assistant is an essential part of today’s law office team and this credential addresses the educational needs of students seeking employment in this area of study. This program trains the learner in legal office procedures, legal terminology, court systems, legal record keeping, bookkeeping, billing clients and the preparation, filing and service of legal documents in the areas of wills and estates, family law, litigation, corporate law, and real estate. In addition the learner will become proficient in keyboarding, law accounting software, and a variety of computer programs.

This unique part-time, distance education program has been designed to prepare students for employment in academic, public, school and special libraries and other information service settings through a carefully designed program of studies that combines theory and hands-on field placement.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study Mandatory Courses: • Communications for Business I • Computer Keyboarding • Corporate Practice and Procedure • Criminal Law – Legal Administration • Family Law • Legal Office Procedures • Legal Terminology • Litigation Practice and Procedure 1 • Office Technology and Procedures • PC Law Office Accounting • Real Estate Practice and Procedure 1 • Word Introduction Electives (choose two) • Excel Introduction • Litigation Practice and Procedure 2 • Real Estate Practice and Procedure 2 • Small Claims Practice and Procedure • Wills and Estates Practice and Procedure

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the program must meet specific MINIMUM requirements. Please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned, Distance & Online Education, Distance Education Diplomas to obtain detailed information regarding Admission Requirements.

Diploma Requirements

• All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study

• Acquisitions • Children’s Literature Introduction • Circulation and Inter-Library Loan • Computers, An Introduction • Database Design for Information Workers • Electronic Publishing and Emerging Technologies • Field Work I & II • Human Relations and Supervision • Indexing and Subject Analysis • Information Technology for Library Technicians

• Intercultural Communications • Libraries Introduction • Library Classification • Library Financial Management and Budgeting • Library Programming, Marketing and Advocacy • Online Searching • Organizational Studies • Reference Processes • Reference Services & Sources • Resource Description and Access I & II • Serials

Note: Many course names have been changed. Please see our website for a full list of these changes.

Library Option Courses

A complete list of options is available online.

General Education Elective:

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

Field Placement information: please visit our website at

www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


100 Certificates & Diplomas MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

MARKETING

Ontario College Diploma (2 year) (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

If you have management responsibilities or expect to assume a management role in the near future, this program will help you attain the knowledge and skills to excel in your career. In addition to exploring the themes of leadership, motivation and communications, you will enhance your decision-making and problem solving skills.

The Marketing diploma provides a balance between marketing-specific courses and the general business courses required for success in all business positions.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Accounting I • Business Report Writing OR • Communications for Business I • Managerial Accounting • Management Leadership Skills OR • Leadership for Entrepreneurs OR Leading Teams LDS • Management Principles OR • Leading Responsibly LDS • Operations Management I • Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals Electives (choose one) • Computers an Introduction or Office Overview • Economics I (Macroeconomics) • Employee Labour Relations • Human Resources Management Principles • Marketing I • Project Management Introduction OR Project Management LDS OR Project Management for Human Resources Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

Diploma Requirements

See our website for Diploma/Entrance Requirements.

Program of Study • Accounting I • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR Excel Introduction • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Computer Applications in Marketing • Economics I (Macro) • Economics II (Micro) • General Education Electives (three required)*

• Human Resources Management Principles • Integrated Marketing Communications I & II • International Business • Introduction to Business Management • Marketing I & II • Marketing Channels • Marketing Law and Ethics • Marketing Research Techniques • Operations Management I • Principles of Sales • Statistics (STAT 2250 or 2280)

* General Education Electives:

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Course Substitutions if taken Prior to Fall 2007

Advertising & Sales Promotion = Integrated Marketing Communications I Business Law = Marketing Law & Ethics Direct Marketing = Integrated Marketing Communications II Retail Management = Marketing Channels Marketing Management Simulation = Marketing Research Techniques

Course Substitutions if taken Prior to Winter 2012

Business Communications I & II = Communications for Business II College Communication Skills = Communications for Business I Compensation Management = Occupational Health & Safety Small Business Management = Intro. to Business Management Students who began their diploma prior to Fall 2009 will not be required to take Introduction to Business Management. Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)


Certificates & Diplomas 101 MARKETING MANAGEMENT Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

MECHANICAL TECHNIQUES - INDUSTRIAL Ontario College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

You will become familiar with the art and science of marketing and gain sound knowledge in specific marketing areas. Topics include pre-production/post-production planning and implementation, product development, market research, advertising, sales promotion, buying and selling, transportation and storage, standardization and quality requirements.

This program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career as an Industrial Mechanic Millwright. Courses focus on the installation, service, repair and overhaul of industrial mechanic equipment. Most major manufacturing and process companies employ industrial mechanic millwrights.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • General Education Elective * • Integrated Marketing Communications I • Integrated Marketing Communications II

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Grade 12 Math (minimum general level) • Grade 12 English (minimum general level) • Students must have a minimum 70% in each course and a minimum GPA of 3.0

• Marketing I

Program of Study

• Marketing II

• Electricity 1 - Mechanical Maintenance

• Marketing Channels

• Engineering Drawings 1

• Marketing Digitally

• Engineering Drawings 2

• Marketing Laws and Ethics

• Hydraulics

• Marketing Research Techniques

• Mathematics 1

• Principles of Sales

• Mathematics 2

* General Education Electives:

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

Course Substitutions

Social Media & Society = General Education elective Note: Students who began their program prior to Fall 2012 will not be required to take Marketing Digitally or Social Media and Society although they are highly recommended.

• Pneumatics • Technical Communications • Trade Practical 1 for Industrial** • Trade Practical 2 for Industrial** • Trade Theory 1 for Industrial • Trade Theory 2 for Industrial • Welding (offered spring/summer semester)** **These courses are offered in-class only.

Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Register online at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned


102 Certificates & Diplomas MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Durham College Certificate (See Health & Community Services)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program will prepare you to work in a medical environment such as a doctor’s or insurance office, hospital, medical clinic or in a medical records department. You will gain a thorough knowledge of medical terminology, basic anatomy and physiology, medical billing, medical transcription, and patient charting for medical office and hospital settings.

This program provides you with the theoretical and practical knowledge using simulated case studies to meet the needs of the medical community for skilled medical transcription office assistants. It has been designed to prepare you for employment in entry level positions in hospitals, medical clinics, physician’s offices, Ministry of Health, medical supply companies and online transcription companies.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Medical Keyboarding

• Doctors’ Office Procedures

• Medical Office Procedures

• Hospital Information Systems

• Medical Terminology - Level 1

• Hospital Procedures/Medical Records

• Medical Transcription - Introduction

• Medical Billing** (formerly Medical Billing I and Medical Billing II)

• Medical Transcription - Advanced

• Medical Science 1A*

• Medical Transcription Fundamentals

• Medical Science 1B

• Medical Transcription Styles & Practices

• Medical Science II

• Pharmacology for Medical Office Staff

• Medical Transcription (only offered in fall)

• Writing Grammatically

Medical Office Administration Field Placement

All subjects in the certificate must be taken prior to registering for this Durham College elective. It is not required to obtain the certificate but will provide an opportunity for students to gain practical experience.

Electives (choose two)

*Note: It is strongly recommended that Medical Science 1A be the initial course taken in this certificate.

• Office Technology & Procedures

**Note: Medical Billing II will be offered September 2013 for the last time. Students will need Medical Billing after this date.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 3776

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

• Health Records Management

• Medical Billing I • Medical Terminology - Level 2

Note: Students are required to complete Medical Transcription Fundamentals and Medical Transcription Styles & Practices prior to enrolling in Medical Transcription Introduction.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667


Certificates & Diplomas 103 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

Durham College Certificate (See Health & Community Services)

MENTAL HEALTH REHABILITATION Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program is based on the Standards for Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing in Canada, and will prepare the nurse (RN/RPN) with theoretical knowledge and hands-on clinical practice. Upon completion, the nurse will be prepared to assess, provide interventions and advocate for mental health clients in a variety of institutional and community settings. This certificate will be comprised of four core theory courses, one elective course (special topic of choice in mental health) and a practicum component.

Mental health rehabilitation is an approach to service delivery that supports the recovery of people with prolonged mental illness. The program attracts people with experience in the field either as a person working towards their own recovery and/or as a provider of mental health services.

Certificate Requirements • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • RN/RPN with a current College of Nurses of Ontario Certificate of Competence • Current (within one year) B.C.L.S. certificate prior to beginning a clinical component • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study • Crisis Intervention in Mental Health Nursing (this course is now online) • Introduction to Mental Health Nursing • Issues and Ethics in Mental Health Nursing • Mental Health Practicum • Therapeutic Techniques and Group Therapies

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear criminal reference check with vulnerable sector screening may be required by the agency that you will be working with. It is your responsibility to check and provide to the agency if required.

Program of Study • Case Management for Mental Health • Current Trends in Mental Health • Independent Study & Mental Health Rehabilitation • Mental Health Practices* • Mental Health Practitioner Roles and Competencies • Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundations • Mental Health Services, Programs and Organizations • Psychiatric Rehabilitation Process • Skills for Mental Health Workers

*Note: It is recommended that Mental Health Practices be the initial course taken in this certificate for those without previous experience.

Electives (choose one) • Interprofessional Psychogeriatric Best Practices • Special Topics in Mental Health

Field Placement information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 3776

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104 Certificates & Diplomas MICROSOFT OFFICE

Durham College Certificate (See Computers/Distance Education)

MILITARY ARTS & SCIENCES Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This certificate is designed to develop your office skills which are essential to re-enter today’s competitive workplace.

The aim of this diploma is to provide Non-Commissioned Members (NCMs) of the Canadian Forces and those interested in military affairs a comprehensive knowledge of leadership, critical thinking, security studies, resources management, and communication skills deemed essential to the functioning of modern military or large corporations. This diploma will serve as a recognized component of the Non-Commissioned Members training.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Access Introduction • Excel Introduction OR • Business Computer Applications II • Office Overview OR • Office 2007/2010 (online) OR • Office XP Professional (online)*

Admission Requirements • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR equivalent OR 19 years of age or older OR Military Status • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years

Program of Study

Core Courses (mandatory) • Canadian Military History:

• Management: Principles

A Study of War & Military & Practices in a Canadian History 1867 to Present- Defence Setting• Critical Thinking • Operations Planning Process • Dispute Resolution

• Organizational Studies

• English I & II

• Principles of Ethical Reasoning

• PowerPoint

• Fundamentals of

• Project Management

• Word Introduction

Human Psychology-

Introduction

• General Education

• Technical Mathematics

Electives (choose three)

Elective*

• The Canadian Forces &

• Access Advanced

• Leadership in a

Modern Society: Civics,

• Excel Advanced

Team Environment

• Publisher

• Learning, Thinking &

• Word Advanced

Problem Solving

Politics & International Relations• The Law of Armed Conflict• Writing Grammatically

*It is recommended that Office Overview be taken as the initial course for this certificate.

Elective Group 1 (choose one) • Business Communications II

• Management Principles

Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

• Computer Introduction

• Racism & Discrimination

• Developing Leadership Capacity

• Technology, Society & Warfare-

• Management Leadership Skills

* General Education Elective (choose two)

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of studies. -These courses are delivered by the Royal Military College. Students must register and pay tuition fees to them.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

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Certificates & Diplomas 105 NEPHROLOGY NURSING RN

Recognition of Achievement (See Health & Community Services)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING RN Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

Note: This program is now open to RPNs and RNs

Occupational Health Nursing (OHN) provides integrated occupational health and safety services to employers and employees. The courses in this program will enhance the knowledge and skills of experienced occupational health nurses and will assist with meeting the application qualifications for the Canadian Nurses Association specialty certification examination (COHN-C).

Acquiring knowledge in the field of Nephrology will enhance your practice as a health care practitioner. As a specialized area of nursing, Nephrology nursing requires advanced clinical knowledge to manage both acute and chronic patients with renal disease. This program consists of four components that provide knowledge in applied sciences, diagnostics, care and management of patients with renal disease. You will gain some practical experience in the management and treatment of patients on dialysis and develop chronic disease prevention and management strategies utilized to prevent, delay, and manage renal disease and associated co-morbid conditions.

Requirements • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • RN/RPN with a current College of Nurses of Ontario Certificate of Competence

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Current Canadian Certificate of Registration as an RN

Program of Study • Ergonomics and Disability Management

• RN/RPN employed in an active health care setting within the last year preferred (or permission of program supervisor)

• Health and Safety Legislation

• Current B.C.L.S. certificate (within one year) prior to beginning a clinical component

• Health Assessment

• Evidence of good health and up-to-date Entry immunization form; Workplace Education agreement form (prior to starting clinical) • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

• Occupational Health and Surveillance

• Health and Safety Management for OHNs • Health in the Workplace

• Occupational Health Nursing Introduction • Occupational Health Nursing Project

Program of Study • Nephrology I (this course is now online) • Nephrology II • Nephrology III • Nephrology IV* *Note: You must register for Nephrology IV within 6 months of completing Level III.

Field placement information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 3776

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

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106 Certificates & Diplomas OFFICE TECHNOLOGY ADMINISTRATION Durham College Certificate (See Computers/Business/Distance Education)

ONCOLOGY NURSING RN/RPN Recognition of Achievement (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

You will learn and apply skills of office concepts, procedures and current computer software to meet the demands of today’s business environment. Upon successful completion of this program you will have attained the skills to obtain employment in a variety of large and small offices in organizations such as those involved in computer services, finance, government, manufacturing, marketing, publishing and utilities.

This program is designed to provide RNs and RPNs like you with a comprehensive knowledge of oncology nursing theory. As well, the clinical component will allow you to apply the concepts you learn in class.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study Mandatory

• Access Introduction • Accounting I • ACCPAC OR Simply Accounting • Communication for Business I • Excel Introduction OR • Business Computer Applications II • Management Leadership Skills OR • Leadership for Entrepreneurs OR Leading Teams LDS • Office Overview OR • Office 2007/2010 (online) OR • Office XP Professional (online) • Office Technology & Procedures • Word Introduction Electives (choose one) • PowerPoint • Publisher • Word Advanced

Course Substitutions ACCPAC consists of three (3) online ACCPAC courses - Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger. Students who took Windows prior to 2009 can use in place of Office Overview. Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Requirements • RN/RPNs with a current College of Nurses of Ontario Certificate of Competence

• RN/RPNs employed in an active health care setting within the last year preferred • Current (within one year) B.C.L.S. certificate prior to beginning a clinical component • Evidence of good health and up-to-date Entry immunization form • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of courses must be completed through Durham College

Program of Study RN

• Counselling Skills in Oncology • Health Assessment* • Oncology Nursing Advanced • Oncology Nursing Introduction • Oncology Nursing Field Placement RN • Seminars in Oncology RN RPN • Counselling Skills in Oncology • Health Assessment* • Oncology Nursing Introduction • Oncology Nursing Field Placement RPN • Seminars in Oncology RPN Field Placement information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Where Do I Find? *Note: Current nursing graduates (within last five years) may apply for credit if they took Health Assessment as part of their nursing program at either college or university level and have been working in an acute care setting. Those who are working in long term or graduates over the five year limit, will be required to take the course. Applications for credit are available in the Registrar’s Office at 905.721.3043 OR Online at www.durhamcollege. ca/coned, Where do I Find?, Forms, Credit Application.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000, ext. 2667


Certificates & Diplomas 107 OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Durham College Certificate (See Business/Distance Education)

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT Ontario College Diploma (2 year) (See Business/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program will prepare you for a successful career in the growing and dynamic field of Supply Chain Management and Operations Management, which is the core function of any business. A supply chain describes the flow of goods, services and information from suppliers to the final customer. In today’s business environment companies no longer compete against companies; supply chains compete against supply chains. In the program you will develop the necessary knowledge and skills to manage and coordinate the supply chain activities required to produce and deliver all the goods and services we use every day.

Operations Managers obtain, develop, and manage the resources that a firm needs to deliver the goods and services their clients want.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

Diploma Requirements

See the website for Diploma/Entrance Requirements

Program of Study

• Accounting I • Business Computer Applications I • Business Computer Applications II OR • Excel Introduction • Business Mathematics • Communications for Business I & II • Computer Applications in Operations I OR • Excel Advanced • Economics I • General Education Electives (three required)* • Global Business Operations • Human Resources Management Principles

• Intoduction to Business Management • Introduction to Business Processes OR • Access Introduction • Inventory Management • Lean Systems • Marketing I • Master Planning • Operations Management I • Operations Management II • Production Systems • Principles of Purchasing • Statistics (STAT 2250 or 2280) • Transportation & Logistics Management

• Computer Applications in Operations I OR • Excel Advanced • Introduction to Business Processes OR • Access Introduction • Inventory Management • Master Planning • Operations Management I • Operations Management II • Principles of Purchasing • Transportation and Logistics Management

Course Name Changes

Course Substitutions

Course Substitutions if taken prior to Winter 2012

(If taken prior to Winter 2011) • Business Math = Master Planning • Statistics I = Transportation & Logistics Management Students who began their program prior to Fall 2012 are not required to take Introduction to Business Processes although it is highly recommended.

• Introduction to Business Processes = Computer Applications in Operations II • International Business = Global Business Operations

Course Substitutions if taken prior to Winter 2011

• Economics II = General Education Elective* • Inventory I = Inventory Management • Inventory II = Master Planning • Purchasing I = Principles of Purchasing • Purchasing II = Transportation and Logistics Management • Statistics II = Computer Applications in Operations II • Business Communications I & II = Communications for Business II • College Communication Skills = Communications for Business I • Small Business Management = Introduction to Business Note: Students who began their diploma prior to Fall 2009 will not be required to take Introduction to Business Management. Note: Some courses are only available via Distance Education.

* General Education Electives:

A list of optional courses is available on our website under the program of study. Social Media & Society is a General Education course and will be counted as an elective if taken prior to fall 2013.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

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108 Certificates & Diplomas PALLIATIVE CARE

Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

PERINATAL/OBSTETRICS RN/RPN Recognition of Achievement (See Health & Community Services)

Program Description

Program Description

This program will enhance your knowledge, skills and attitudes to serve in a helping capacity (i.e. RPNs, orderlies, PSWs, volunteers, support workers and clergy), with the terminally ill and their families. You will learn to provide compassionate care in which the quality of remaining life is the objective. As well, you will explore symptom control as the basis to develop a team approach, which includes clients and those who are close to them. Palliative care also attempts to provide bereavement care for families.

This program is designed to enhance your knowledge and skills as an RN or RPN working in or aspiring to work in a traditional obstetrical or perinatal unit (i.e. labour, delivery, recovery, postpartum, and newborn). Applying the nursing process and research to clinical practice, you will be able to provide comprehensive, family-centered maternity care to clients and their families in institutions and community settings.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study • Comfort Measures • Palliative Care Communication • Ethical, Legal, and Spiritual Concerns • Orientation to Palliative Care* • Palliative Care Field Placement • Psychological and Social Implications

Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening PLUS • Current RN/RPN Certificate of Competence or eligible for Registration in Ontario. Bring Certificate of Competence to first class • Current B.C.L.S. within one year • Evidence of good health and up-to-date Entry Immunization form; Workplace Education Agreement Form (prior to beginning clinical)

Program of Study

*Note: It is mandatory that Orientation to Palliative Care be the initial course taken in this certificate for those without a health care background.

• Perinatal/Obstetrics I - Normal pregnancy

Field Placement information: please visit our website at

• Perinatal/Obstetrics IV - Clinical

• Perinatal/Obstetrics II - High risk pregnancy • Perinatal/Obstetrics III - Caesarean section

www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Field Placement information: please visit our website at

www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 3776


Certificates & Diplomas 109 POLICE FOUNDATIONS Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT Durham College Certificate (See Business)

Program Description

Program Description

Our Police Foundations program will help you gain the skills and knowledge to pursue an entry-level policing position. This program has been endorsed by the Solicitor General of Canada and the Ontario Ministry of Public Safety and Security.

This program is offered in partnership with Durham College and Atocrates Project Sciences International. Offered through leading colleges and universities from coast to coast, the Atocrates Project Sciences International is the principal architect and producer of Canada’s number one masters certificate curriculum in project and program management.

Entrance Requirements

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading (OR) • General Education Development (GED) • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • General or advanced level credits: • Grade 12 English • Three additional senior level credits • Proof of current criminal record check

Program of Study

• Canadian Criminal Justice System • Career Peparation (PFP) • Communications I & II (Law Enforcement) • Community Policing I • Conflict Management • Criminal Code & Civil Law • Criminal Code & Federal Statutes • Criminology • Diversity & First Nations Peoples • Fitness I, II & III • General Education Elective* • Interpersonal & Group Dynamics • Interviewing & Investigations

• Investigation & Evidence I & II • Police Powers I & II • Politics & Public Administration • Principles of Ethical Reasoning • Provincial Offences • Psychology (Introduction) • Traffic Management • Youth in Conflict with the Law

*General Education Elective: (choose two) A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

In today’s economy, Project Managers have become a valuable commodity to organizations. Project Management Professionals come from virtually every major industry including aerospace, automotive, business management, construction, engineering, financial services, information technology, pharmaceuticals, health care and countless more. Look around you and you will find these professionals working at every level of any organization. In this five-module certificate program, you will learn the essential elements that forge and sculpt great Project Managers. From the basic terminology and content of the PMI® Body of Knowledge, to ethical behaviour and leadership requirements as well as how to successfully plan, execute, control and deliver a project; participants will come out of this program with what it takes to work in this ever growing profession. Each module is to be taken consecutively so to gain the maximum benefits from these intense classes. Each class is delivered by a professional working in project management having achieved their PMP® certification and able to provide context to the participants. Students will be required to write a mandatory comprehensive exam, after completing all five courses. Students must pass the comprehensive exam with a minimum of 65%.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • Students must achieve a minimum of 65% in each course • Students cannot miss more than three classes per course

Program of Study

(must be taken in order) • Introduction to PMBOK* • Project Economics & Politics • Project Leadership & Team Development • Professional Performance & Responsibility • Effective Project Planning & Control *Note: the online Introduction to Project Management is not equivalent to Introduction to PMBOK

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

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110 Certificates & Diplomas PROTECTION, SECURITY & INVESTIGATION Ontario College Diploma (See Distance Education)

RECORDS & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program will introduce you to a diverse range of career options in law enforcement. To enable you to take advantage of the wide range of job opportunities, our program takes a generalist rather than a specialist approach. The program offers a good blend of academic, practical and field experience to prepare you for your chosen career.

Records and information management programs contribute to the efficiency of an organization’s operation by providing systematic control of information resources, from creation through to the use, storage and final disposition. This program is designed to prepare you to operate a records management program in any organizational setting.

Diploma Requirements

Certificate Requirements

Formerly: Law & Security Administration

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading (OR) • General Education Development (GED) • All course requirements must be completed within 10 years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • Plus general or advanced level credits: • Grade 12 English • Three additional senior level credits

Program of Study • Addictions - Mental Health • Advanced Security • Alcohol & Gaming • Border Services • By-Law Enforcement • Canadian Criminal Justice System • Career Preparation I & II • Communications I - online (Communications I - Law Enforcement - in-class) • Communications for PSI (Communications II - Law Enforcement - in-class/online) • Corrections • Criminal Code & Civil Law

• Enforcement Procedures • Fitness I & II • Forensic Psychology • General Education Elective* • Interpersonal & Group Dynamics • Interviewing & Investigations • Investigation & Surveillance • Officer Safety & Situational Control Practicum • Politics & Public Administration • Principles of Ethical Reasoning • Provincial Offences & Evidence • Psychology, Introduction • Security Guard • Youth & Diversity

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • Active Records Management

• Archives • Document Management Technology • Office XP Professional OR • Office 2007/2010 Professional • Records and Information Management Fundamentals • Researching and Reporting

*General Education Elective: (choose two)

A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program description.

Field Placement information: please visit our website at

www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667


Certificates & Diplomas 111 SEWING

Durham College Certificate (See Life & Leisure)

SOCIAL SERVICES WORKER

Ontario College Diploma (See Health & Community Services)

Program Description

Program Description

This certificate is designed to prepare you to work in various aspects of the sewing industry. It may lead to self-employment as a tailor, or finding employment in retail fabric and clothing stores and entry level pattern and/or sample makers in the industrial sector.

Graduates of the Social Services Worker program are eligible to be Registered Social Services Workers with the Ontario College of Social Workers (http://www.ocswssw.org). The program focuses on the development of front-line counselling skills for work with individuals and groups in a variety of social service settings. Throughout the program, students’ classroom learning is complemented with 650 hours of field experience (supervised by qualified, professional practitioners) in a minimum of two different settings.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age • All course requirements must be completed within five years • All courses must be completed through Durham College Note: The College will provide a sewing machine during class if required, however these are not available for any home assignments. You will need a sewing machine of your own, in good repair, in order to complete the required home assignments.

Program of Study (courses listed in recommended order) • Sewing 1 • Sewing 2 • Sewing 3 • Sewing - Pattern Making 1 • Sewing - Pattern Making 2 • Sewing - Drapery Making 1 Electives (choose two) • Sewing 4 • Sewing Alterations • Sewing - Drapery Making 2 • Sewing - Make Your Own Blocks • Sewing - Pattern Making 3

Entrance Requirements • OSSD, GED, BTSD College Prep Level or Mature Student Status (MSS) • Plus senior level (Grade 11 or higher) subject credits: General (G), Advanced (A), OAC, College Preparation (C), University/College Preparation (M), University Preparation (U) or Post-secondary (college or university) • Grade 12 English • Three additional senior-level credits • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office recommended • Clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening

Program of Study • Abnormal Psychology • Addictions Theory & Practice • Crisis Intervention • Cultural Issues • Development Across the Lifespan • Family & Family Systems • Field Placements & Seminars I - III • Field Placement Preparation • General Education Electives** • Group Dynamics

• Interviewing Skills I & 2 • Issues & Ethics • Lifeskills Practice • Lifeskills Theory • Pharmacology & Behaviour • Psychology, Introduction • Record Keeping/Report Writing • Social Policy & Administration

Course Substitutions if taken prior to Fall 2013 • Sociology = General Education

Course Substitutions if taken prior to Fall 2012

• Intepersonal Communication = General Education • Principles of Research & Design = General Education Field Placement information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement. **General Education Electives: (choose three) A list of elective courses is available on our website under the program of study.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2260

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112 Certificates & Diplomas SPANISH

Recognition of Achievement (See Languages)

STERILE PROCESSING Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This program is designed to prepare you to communicate (speaking, reading, and writing) effectively and with confidence. This program will be of particular interest to individuals in business, or any career dealing with the public, as well as, people who enjoy vacationing in Spanish-speaking countries.

This certificate program equips a Sterile Supply Processing Technician to decontaminate, disinfect, inspect, assemble, sterilize, and store sterile supplies and reusable patient care equipment. Training is broad-based to ensure transferability of knowledge and skills to other tertiary care settings and includes a supervised preceptor clinical placement involving hands-on experience in a processing department.

Career Opportunities

A graduate of the Spanish Program will enhance career opportunities in a broad range of fields in local and international business, (industry, commerce, tourism, Free Trade Agreements), Government Institutions (Police Officers, Court and Immigration translation), Missionary Programs, International Institutions (Unicef, Unesco, Red Cross), Entertainment, Art, and Education.

Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years

Entrance Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

• A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College

• Assembly, Wrapping & Packing

• Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• Decontamination Principles, Procedures and Practices

Program of Study

• Disinfection & Sterilization Concepts & Techniques

• Spanish 1 • Spanish 2 • Spanish 3 • Spanish 4 • Spanish 5

of Instrumentation Equipment

• Identification, Care and Handling of Instruments • Medical Terminology • Microbiology & Infection Control

• Sterile Processing Clinical Placement • Sterile Storage, Inventory Control & Resource Management • Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting Field Placement information: please visit our website at www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Field Placement.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2260

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

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Certificates & Diplomas 113 SUSTAINABLE LOCAL FOOD Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

TEACHING & TRAINING ADULTS Durham College Certificate

(See Teaching & Training Adults/Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This certificate is designed to meet the rising interest in, and need for, training for local food system development that is sustainable, socially just, economically dynamic and ecologically specific to the countryside, cities and regions of Canada. This certificate explores the practices, principles and philosophies involved in local food system development. The curriculum is developed in collaboration with food and farm related organizations that have expertise to share, training needs to be addressed, and positions to be filled.

This program will train you to teach or facilitate adults in any capacity, whether you teach in a formal classroom setting, facilitate seminars, train employees, or teach a general interest program.

Entrance Requirements

Requirements

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

Program of Study

• Between Farm and Table: Local Food Businesses and Cooperatives • Field to Fork: Introduction to Local and Global Food System • Food Security and Food Justice in Canada • Food System Trends and Policy in Canada Today • Foundations for Sustainability

• Understanding Sustainable Farming: Principles and Practices • Urban Agriculture, Community Gardens, Food Secure Cities

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

The training gained through this program will enable you to conceive of, write, organize and deliver any form of instruction or facilitation of any subject matter whether it be knowledge based, skills based or just the love and appreciation of learning. It will boost your confidence and make you a better communicator.

Courses are specifically listed in sequential order to build on the foundation of Adult Learning and should not be taken concurrently or out of order. • Adult Learning • Adults with Learning Disabilities • Curriculum Development • Instructional Techniques • Assessment & Evaluation

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 2260 (in-class)

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114 Certificates & Diplomas TECHNICAL SUPPORT ANALYST Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education) Program Description This certificate will help you attain the technical skills and knowledge technical support analysts need to support staff in the delivery of quick, informed solutions for desktop-related problems. As well, you will support standard application development and implementation projects.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study • A+ Essentials Hardware • A+ Essentials Operating Systems

TRANSLATION IN THE WORKPLACE ENGLISH TO FRENCH Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education) Program Description This program was created for people like you who seek a broad knowledge of English to French translation. Each course will help you work toward becoming a qualified professional translator and give you a better understanding of the English to French translating process. You will explore areas of study that are essential to work as a translator.

Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0 • French Certificate, with exceptional skills in written French

• Excel Introduction OR

Program of Study

• Excel Advanced

• Translation in the Workplace 1

• Network +

• Translation in the Workplace 2

• PowerPoint

• Translation in the Workplace 3

• Project Management Introduction

• Translation in the Workplace 4

• Security +

• Translation in the Workplace 5

• Technical Communications • Training for Technical Support Analysts • Windows OR • Windows Professional • Word Introduction OR • Word Advanced

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

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Certificates & Diplomas 115 WATER QUALITY

Durham College Certificates (See Technology) Program Description New regulations require that current employees who work in the water and/or wastewater sectors continually enhance their current qualifications and meet the Ontario Ministry of Environment’s Educational Units. Durham offers a complete range of courses to the public and private sectors for both water supply and wastewater projects. You will receive specific education and develop skills to meet the requirements of municipalities with water and wastewater treatment systems, water use industries, and environmental monitoring agencies. These certificate courses can be used towards a two-year Water Quality Technician Diploma.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Wastewater Collection & Wastewater Treatment Certificate Program of Study (listed in recommended order): • Regulations & Enforcement • Mathematics for Water Quality • Introduction to Water and Wastewater • Water and Wastewater Engineering • Wastewater Collection and Treatment • Choose One Elective

Water Treatment and Water Distribution Certificate Program of Study (listed in recommended order): • Regulations & Enforcement • Mathematics for Water Quality • Introduction to Water and Wastewater • Water & Wastewater Engineering • Water Treatment and Distribution • Choose One Elective

Water Quality (Analyst) Certificate Program of Study (listed in recommended order): • Regulations and Enforcement • Mathematics for Water Quality • Introduction to Water and Wastewater • Analytical Techniques • Chemistry for Technicians • Water Microbiology I Electives • Operation Systems • System Maintenance • Water Hydrology

Questions? Call 905.721.3330

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116 Certificates & Diplomas WEB DESIGN

Durham College Certificate (See Media, Art & Design)

WEBSITE CREATION & DESIGN Durham College Certificate (See Distance Education)

Program Description

Program Description

This certificate will provide you with a leading edge foundation in web design, delivered by industry professionals in state of the art labs.

The Internet has revolutionized the way people communicate and the way organizations do business. As a result, there is a rapidly growing demand for computer professionals who know how to establish and maintain a website.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

Program of Study

(This program has been revised as of Fall 2013) Note: Internet Technologies must be taken first. Courses are listed in suggested order. Mandatory

Many Internet users around the globe are looking for high-tech training institutions to provide up-to-the-minute education on the latest program software. This certificate will help you take advantage of the great employment opportunities in this field.

Certificate Requirements • 19 years of age OR • Ontario Secondary School Diploma OR • Grade 12 equivalency certificate achieved through College academic upgrading • All course requirements must be completed within five years • A minimum of 25% of the courses must be completed through Durham College • Overall average of 60% or a GPA of 2.0

• Internet Technologies

Program of Study

• HTML

• Design Basics

• Cascading Style Sheets Advanced

• Dreamweaver, Introduction

• Digital Imaging (Photoshop I)

• Dynamic Websites with AMP (Apache, MySQL & PHP)

• Adobe Illustrator I

• HTML Introduction

• Dreamweaver • JavaScript • CMS using WordPress Electives (choose two)

• Photoshop I Electives (choose two) • Dreamweaver Advanced • Flash Introduction • JAVA Intermediate

• Interactive Design & Animation (using Flash)

• JAVA Introduction

• Photography for Integrated Media

• JAVAScript

• Typography & Colour for Integrated Media • Photoshop & Illustrator II • Video & Audio Production • SQL & PHP • Acrobat and Creation of PDF

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2260

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667


Certificates & Diplomas/Associations 117 WORKPLACE LEADERSHIP Durham College Certificate (See Business) Program Description This certificate program is being suspended. The program is being replaced with the Leadership Development Series (LDS) certificate program. You may continue to finish the Workplace Leadership certificate program as outlined below using courses which you have already completed and the new LDS courses as substitutions.

Program of Study Workplace Leadership LDS Program • Applied Problem Solving Techniques

• Creative & Critical Thinking LDS

• Coaching Employees for Success

• Employment Law, Finance LDS OR Project Manangement LDS

• Communicating in Today’s Organization

• Communications LDS

• Creating Effective Work Teams

• Leading Teams LDS

• Individuals at Work

• Human Relations LDS

• Modern Management Principles

• Leading Responsibly LDS

• Motivating Employees

• Performance Management LDS

• Workplace Change and Transitions

• Managing Change LDS

ASSOCIATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS (AAA) (See Distance Education)

The Association of Administrative Assistants is a Canadian chartered non-profit professional organization with a three-fold purpose: to establish a national standard of qualifications for administrative assistants to senior personnel; to reach this standard by providing advanced education; and to make management aware of the fully qualified administrative assistant.

Association Courses

Durham College Courses

Compulsory Courses: Compulsory Courses: • Business Administration • Small Business Management or Entrepreneurship or Business Simulation • Business English • Business Communications II or English I or Communications for Career Prep • Organizational Behaviour • Organizational Behaviour Elective Courses Elective Courses: (choose four): • Financial Accounting • Accounting I and Accounting II • Business or • Business Law or Canadian Commercial Law Law and Provincial Legislation • Computer Technology • Programming for the Absolute Beginner • Interpersonal • Interpersonal Communications Communications or Organizational Studies • Economics • Economics I and Economics II • Human Resources • Human Resources Management Management Principles • Marketing • Marketing I • Principles & Practice • Management Principles of Supervision or Effective Supervision and Labour Relations (name change of course - Leadership and Career Management) • Project Management • Project Management Introduction • Psychology • Psychology Introduction

For further information about the A.A.A. and the Q.A.A. program, please contact the association at www.aaa.ca.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2828

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

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118 Associations CANADIAN FIRE ALARM ASSOCIATION (CFAA)

CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF BOOKKEEPING (CIB)

The Canadian Fire Alarm Association established the Fire Alarm Technology Program, leading to personal registration as a fire alarm technician. It provides training in the specialized area of fire alarm systems, thereby increasing the knowledge level of persons directly or indirectly involved in the fire alarm industry.

Durham College, in co-operation with the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping, is proud to present a program leading to a career as a professional bookkeeper. The program is comprised of a sound mix of theory and computer skills. Practical experience before qualifying for certification is required. A grade of 65% or above is required for equivalency.

(See Skilled Trades)

In partnership with the CFAA, Durham College is offering courses to help you become a Fire Alarm Technician. Completion of five courses is required, along with one year of working experience with another experienced technician. Once completed, application is made directly with the CFAA. For more information call 1.800.529.0552

Courses include:

(See Business/Distance Education)

C.I.B.

Durham College Course Equivalent

Level I CIB 111

• WORD Introduction OR • Business Computer Applications I

CIB 112

• Accounting I & • Accounting II

• Basic Electronics

CIB 113

• Intermediate Accounting I

• Fire Alarm Systems

Level II

• Fire Detection and Alarm Industry, Introduction to • Business & Technical Report Writing • Basic Electricity

CIB 221 CIB 222

• Excel Introduction OR • Business Computer Applications II • Simply Accounting

CIB 223

• ACCPAC* OR • Quickbooks Introduction

Level III CIB 331

• Cost Accounting I

CIB 332 CIB 333

• Taxation I • Payroll Administration

Please refer to the current CIB program of studies on their website at www.cibcb.com for details regarding admission, program and practical experience requirements. *Note: ACCPAC consists of three online ACCPAC courses - Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger. Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) 31 Adelaide St. E., Box 963 Toronto, ON M5C 2K3 Tel: 416.925.9420 Fax: 416.929.8815 www.cibcb.com cibcb@hotmail.com

Questions? Call 905.721.3330

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)


Associations 119 CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (CIE)

(See Business/Distance Education) The Certified Entrepreneur designation provides you with the skill set to organize, operate and manage your own business. Members will be well prepared for upcoming business challenges and opportunities. The academic program consists of nine business courses that you can complete through classroom study or distance education. The CIE offers valued member services including networking opportunities, financial planning, advice, seminars, and a newsletter. Please contact CIE learner services for further information about the association. Students must obtain a minimum course grade of 65%. Durham College C.I.E. Courses Course Equivalent Level 1 CIE 101 Entrepreneurship CIE 102 Accounting CIE 103 Marketing-Introduction CIE 104 Human Resources Level 2

• Entrepreneurship • Accounting I • Marketing I • Human Resources Management Principles

CIE 205 Business Communications • Communication for Business I CIE 206 Computerized Bookkeeping • Simply Accounting OR ACCPAC* (online) CIE 207 Marketing-Intermediate • Marketing II CIE 208 Canadian Business Law • Business Law Electives (choose one) CIE 209 Elective Sales • Business Development Advertising for Entrepreneurship and Small Business International Business • International Business E-Business • E-Business Introduction

Course Substitutions

ACCPAC online consists of three ACCPAC courses Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger. Students can use College Communication Skills in place of Communications for Business I.

CANADIAN WELDING BUREAU (CWB) (See Skilled Trades)

Durham College, in partnership with the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB), is approved for the administration of the CWB Welding Qualifications to the CSA standards 47-1. Testing processes and positions available at the Welder Test Centre are: 1. SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) – Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G, Vertical 3GF, Overhead 4GF; 2. GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding) – Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G; 3. MCAW (Metal Core Arc Welding) - Flat 1G2F, Horizontal 2G. Prerequisites are required, and tests are scheduled by appointment only. Call 905.721.3332 to schedule your next welding test. Upon successful passing of your test assemblies, you will receive a CWB Welder Card that is valid for a period of two years. Once an individual is employed by a CWB-certified company, the company may request a transfer of qualification in order to obtain a welder card in their name. Note: safety boots, helmets, gloves, proper eyewear and protective clothing are mandatory in the welding shop.

Questions? Call 905.721.3332

CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS (CGA) (See Business/Distance Education)

CGA Association of Ontario in co-operation with Durham College offers equivalent courses both in the classroom and via distance education. A grade of B (70 %) is required in the equivalent courses in order to obtain an exemption. Please refer to the current CGA Program of Professional Studies booklet or visit the CGA website: www.cga-ontario.org for details. For a list of CGA equivalent courses offered in-class or online please see our website: www.durhamcollege.ca/coned

Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) 1661 Denison St., P.O. Box 76740 Markham, Ontario, L3R 0N5 Tel: 1.888.690.9995 | Fax: 416.352.1869 www.canadianinstituteofentrepreneurship.com Email: registrar@cienow.com

Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario (CGA) 240 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, ON M4P 1K8 Tel: 1.800.668.1454 www.cga-ontario.org http://cga-domore.org info@cga-ontario.org

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

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120 Associations HUMAN RESOURCES PROFESSIONALS ASSOCIATION (HRPA) (See Business/Distance Education)

HRPA advocates for, promotes, and enhances the human resources profession; sets standards; anticipates and exceeds stakeholder expectations. To receive the CHRP® (Certified Human Resources Professional) designation, you must successfully complete all course requirements, successfully complete a National Knowledge exam (NKE®), have three years of professional Human Resources experience and must have a University degree. You should register with the HRPA and submit a transcript for each course as you complete it. For more information regarding the degree requirement, please visit www.hrpa.ca Students must be a member of HRPA and must complete the following courses: HRPA Human Resources Management Organizational Behaviour Finance and Accounting Training and Development Employee and Labour Relations Compensation Human Resources Planning Staffing Occupational Health and Safety

Durham College Course Equivalent • Human Resources Management Principles • Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals • Accounting I and • Managerial Accounting • Training and Development • Employee Labour Relations • Compensation Management • Human Resources Planning • Recruitment and Selection • Occupational Health and Safety

An overall average of 70% is required with no individual course mark lower than 65%. Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA) 2 Bloor St. W., Suite 1902 Toronto, ON M4W 3E2 416.923.2324 or 1.800.387.1311 | www.hrpa.ca

INSTITUTE OF LAW CLERKS (ILCO) (See Distance Education)

In partnership with The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario we offer this two-year program. After completing each of the four courses you will write a provincial exam set by the Institute (exam fees are extra). Law clerks take on routine legal and administrative matters and assist lawyers in the more complex tasks. To enrol in this program, you must have a minimum of Grade 12, and recommended three years legal experience. We recommend strongly that you take one course at a time. Recommended course sequence: 1. Litigation

3. Real Estate

2. Corporate

4. Estates

The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) 20 Adelaide St. E., Suite 502 Toronto, ON M5C 2T6 416.214.6252 | www.ilco.on.ca

Questions? Call 905.721.2000, ext. 2667

MANUFACTURING LEADERSHIP (HRPA (MLCP) (See Distance Education)

This program (MLCP) has been developed through a training partnership of five Ontario Community Colleges and the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME). Today‘s manufacturing supervisors must demonstrate multifaceted leadership combined with a high level of technical expertise. For more information, please visit: www.manufacturingleadership.com

Program of Study • Supervisory Skills

• Coaching and Developing People • Developing Effective Teams

• Continuous Improvement Processes • The Business of Tomorrow

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667 (online) 905.721.2000 ext. 3063 (in-class)

Credit card registration 905.721.3000

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667


Associations 121 ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF HOME INSPECTORS (OAHI) (See Distance Education)

In conjunction with Seneca College and Carson Dunlop and Associates, and in co-operation with the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI), Durham offers a 10-course Home Inspection program that incorporates the Standards of Practice of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)/Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors (CAHPI). Standards of Practice define a minimum and uniform standard for private, fee-paid home inspectors. Successful completion of this program fulfils the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI) except for the Defect Recognition and Reporting Subject, which must be taken through the OAHI directly, and the Ontario Building Code Subjects: Part Nine - Building Envelope; Part Nine Health and Safety. For full details, please contact the OAHI at 416.256.0960 or toll free 1.888.744.6244, or visit the OAHI website at (www.oahi.com)

Program of Study • Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Inspection • Communication & Professional Practices • Electrical Inspection • Exterior Inspection • Heating Inspection I • Heating Inspection II • Interior/Insulation Inspection • Plumbing Inspection • Roofing Inspection • Structural Inspection

For more information regarding the Home Inspection Certificate, please refer to the certificates section.

REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS OF ONTARIO (RIBO) (See Business)

The Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO) is the self-regulatory body for insurance brokers in Ontario. Established in October 1981, RIBO regulates the licensing, professional competence, ethical conduct and insurance related obligations of all independent general insurance brokers in the province. What is a Registered Insurance Broker? A registered insurance broker is an independent insurance professional in Ontario governed by the Registered Insurance Brokers Act. Brokers sell general insurance including coverage of your home, business, automobile, boat etc. They offer product choice from a variety of companies and offer independent advice. Brokers represent their client’s best interest when negotiating a contract between the client and the insurer.

Every registered insurance broker:

• Must be properly licensed. • Is subject to a code of conduct. • Must meet certain qualification standards and continuing education requirements, established by the Qualification & Registration Committee. For a listing of approved courses, please visit www.durhamcollege.ca/coned. Click on Course listing, Associations. • Must be bonded and covered under an Errors & Omissions policy. Note: See the Business section for current dates/times of the Insurance Broker Registration course. For more information on how to become a member and membership requirements, please contact: RIBO 401 Bay Street P.O. Box 45, Suite 1200 Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4 Tel: 416.365.1900 or 1.800.265.3097 Fax: 416.365.7664 www.ribo.com Note: Please visit www.durhamcollege.ca/coned for a complete listing of approved Continuing Education credits.

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 2667

Questions? Call 905.721.2000 ext. 3063

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www.corporatetrainingservices.ca

CORPORATE TRAINING SERVICES What we do

Our successful training and testing programs include:

− Business − Driver Training − Online − Technical/Safety Training − Testing & Evaluation − Trades

BUSINESS Management Essentials

Develop and enhance your management skills and broad business knowledge in this professional program designed for leaders. This program provides current and future managers with skills to meet both your career and organizational objectives. 1. Communications 2. Leading Teams 3. Performance Management 4. Managing Change 5. Creative & Critical Thinking MGMT 1612/60 Hrs/$1525.50 Sep 12-Nov 14/Thurs/8:30-3:30/WHITBY

Time Management

Time management principles can be used to help us organize a more effective working environment. This session explores some of the time management principles and leads you to shaping your effectiveness in time management. You will learn techniques that relate to most work environments and how to employ tips that work for you. You will also take a close look at the need for balance in your life. MGMT 1720/6 Hrs/$180 Nov 21/Thurs/9-4/WHITBY

Corporate Training Services Durham College 905.721.3347/1.800.816.3615 Visit our website corporatetrainingservices.ca

TECHNICAL/SAFETY Boom Truck Training Zero to Eight Ton Crane

Participants in this program will receive specialized training on Zero to Eight ton cranes. Course topics include high voltage, the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), hand signals, rigging, crane set-ups and load charts. This course, which includes eight hours of hands-on training, is recognized by the Ontario Ministry of Labour. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate and a wallet card. Ministry test extra. (Tuition includes a $265 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) CRAN 1400/40 Hrs/$1145.00 Sep 23-27/Mon-Fri/8-4/WHITBY Sep 23-30/Mon-Thurs-Mon/8-4/WHITBY Oct 21-25/Mon-Fri/8-4/WHITBY Oct 21-28/Mon-Thurs-Mon/8-4/WHITBY Nov 18-22/Mon-Fri/8-4/WHITBY Nov 18-25/Mon-Thurs-Mon/8-4/WHITBY

Forklift Operator Safety/ Refresher

Participants in this program will learn about the rights and responsibilities of employees and supervisors as they pertain to fork truck operators. Course topics include types of trucks and material handling techniques. This course consists of four hours of theory and foru hours of driving experience on an Electric counterbalance lift truck. Participants who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate and a wallet card. Previous driving experience or G2 Licence suggested. (Tuition includes a $25 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) AUTO 1400/8 Hrs/$265 Sep 28-29/Sat/Sun/8-4/WHITBY Oct 26-27/Sat/Sun/8-4/WHITBY Nov 23-24/Sat/Sun/8-4/WHITBY Dec 14-15/Sat/Sun/8-4/WHITBY NOTE: Safety is mandatory. You will be required to have Safety Boots, Safety Glasses and Work Gloves.

Backflow and Cross Connection Full Program

This course will help you become familiar with devices and methods for Cross-connection control, its application in water supply systems, and the procedures used to test the devices. Upon successful completion of this course you will receive an OWWA (Ontario Water Works Association) certificate as a Cross Connection Control Specialist. (Tuition includes a $310 non-tax-deductible fee for the textbook, exam, five year certification and supplies.) PLMB 1400/40 Hrs/$1090 Sep 10-Nov 12/Tues/6-10/WHITBY

Backflow Recertification General Information Every five years recertification must be done for anyone holding an OWWA Cross-Connection Control Certification. Recertification is designed to update the certificate holder on devices, processes and reinforce the importance within the industry. Backflow Recertification Program Fees includes books, exams and five year certification fee. Eight hours theory and eight hours practical. PLMB 2400/16 Hrs/ $570 Nov 19-Dec 10/Tues/6-10/WHITBY

Backflow Recertification Challenge Exam

Theory and practical exam. Participants must be current testers and supply their own equipment for the practical. Fees include books, exams and five year certification fee. Book and study guide will be given to the participant in advance. Challenge exams may only be done once. If incomplete, the student must take the 16 hour program. PLMB 0000/3 Hrs/$400 Oct 24/Thurs/4-7/WHITBY Nov 14/Thurs/4-7/WHITBY

For more information or to register please call 1.800.816.3615 or 905.721.3347


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www.corporatetrainingservices.ca Worker Health and Safety Awareness

Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps is intended to introduce workers to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). This training program is focused on the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers and is a general introduction to workplace health and safety. This training program is for general awareness of rights and responsibilities and does not, in any way, replace specific workplace health and safety training. HLTH 1601/3 Hrs/$84.75 Sept 17/Tues/9-12/WHITBY

Bill C-45/Due-Diligence

The following course provides a basic understanding of due diligence and how it works for you and your organization. A discussion of the rights and responsibilities of all employees/employers in the workplace and what they mean. This course provides participants with an overview of the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations. Participants will receive the appropriate tools to view safety in the workplace as a continuous practice. The objective of this course is to develop Due Diligence as a workplace standard. HLTH 1602/3 Hrs/$84.75 Sept 17/Tues/1-4/WHITBY

LEED® Green Building Strategies and Green Associate Exam Preparation Course

This intensive course is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of techniques, approaches, materials and technologies used in creating greener buildings and communities. It will provide an introductory level of familiarity with the Rating Systems and will assist in preparing students to take their LEED® Green Associate exam. ENVI 1402/36 Hrs/$649 Sept 17-Oct 24/Tues/Thurs/6-9/WHITBY

TAXICAB DRIVER TRAINING City of Pickering

Taxi Refresher - City of Pickering

City of Oshawa

Taxi Refresher - City of Oshawa

This course is mandated by the City of Pickering as a “must pass” course for anyone wanting to drive a taxicab in Pickering. This course will cover such topics as: customer service, defensive driving, by-law requirements, cultural awareness, vehicle care and maintenance, driver and passenger safety, as well as business management and finances. MOTR 1601/18 Hrs/$346.90 Nov 9-23/Sat/9-4/OFFSITE

This course is mandated by the City of Oshawa as a “must pass” course for anyone wanting to drive a taxicab in Oshawa. This course will cover such topics as: customer service, defensive driving, by-law requirements, cultural awareness, vehicle care and maintenance, driver and passenger safety, as well as business management and finances. MOTR 1600/18 Hrs/$346.90 Sep 23-Oct 9/Mon/Wed/6-9/WHITBY Nov 18-Dec 4/Mon/Wed/6-9/WHITBY

As mandated by the City of Pickering, a taxi driver must complete a refresher program every 5 years. This program will refresh your knowledge of by-laws, customer service, safety, defensive driving, business management and map reading skills. MOTR 1901/6 Hrs/$129.95 Sep 21/Sat/9-4/OFFSITE Dec 14/Sat/9-4/OFFSITE

As mandated by the City of Oshawa, a taxi driver must complete a refresher program every 5 years. This program will refresh your knowledge of by-laws, customer service, safety, defensive driving, business management and map reading skills MOTR 1900/6 Hrs/$129.95 Oct 5/Sat/9-4/WHITBY Nov 23/Sat/9-4/WHITBY

DRIVER TRAINING SIGNING AUTHORITY

Durham College has been approved through the Ministry of Transportation Program Development and Evaluation Branch Driver Programs Office for Class “A” Authority in addition to current “Z” Authority to their recognized/signing authority status.

What does this mean for our clients? Our curriculum is fully approved by the MTO and Durham College now has the authority to train and road test students for licence upgrades to class “A” including the “Z” Endorsement.

Air Brake Endorsement “Z”

A valid ‘Z’ endorsement is required to operate any vehicle equipped with air brakes in the province of Ontario; this would include large motor homes and other RV’s. This two-day program grants participants a ‘Z’ endorsement and consists of in-class instruction, practical components, and a written and practical test. Participants must hold a valid G licence. (Tuition includes a $35 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) MOTR 1405/13 Hrs/$325 Sep 7-8/Sat/Sun/7:45-4/WHITBY Sep 20-21/Fri/Sat/7:45-4/WHITBY Oct 5-6/Sat/Sun/7:45-4/WHITBY Oct 18-19/Fri/Sat/7:45-4/WHITBY Nov 2-3/Sat/Sun/7:45-4/WHITBY Nov 15-16/Fri/Sat/7:45-4/WHITBY Nov 30-Dec 1/Sat/Sun/7:45-4/WHITBY Dec 13-14/Fri/Sat/7:45-4/WHITBY

For more information or to register please call 1.800.816.3615 or 905.721.3347


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www.corporatetrainingservices.ca DRIVER TRAINING contd. “D” Driver Training

A valid ‘D’ licence is required to operate any truck or vehicle combination that weighs in excess of 11,000 kilograms. This program consists of 4 hours of theory and 7 hours of practical training. The ‘D’ driver’s licence training program was developed to assist ‘G’ licenced drivers in obtaining the necessary knowledge to successfully complete the MTO “D” road test. The first four hours commence on the dates below. Fees include the use of our vehicle for the road test. (Tuition includes a $235 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must have • Valid Ontario Class “G” licence • Air Brake Endorsement “Z” • MTO Medical Report • Vision test at MTO • Written test at MTO • Drivers Abstract MOTR 2407/12 Hrs/$820 Sep 13/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Oct 25/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Nov 22/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Dec 20/Fri/8-12/WHITBY

Advanced “D” Driver Training

This advanced course consists of 28 hours of practical training and 47 hours of theory. Participants will learn logbook/ hours of service regulations, how to conduct pre-trip inspections and practice shifting gears on multi-speed transmission. (Tuition includes a $405 non-taxdeductible supply fee.) Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must have; • Valid Ontario Class “G” licence • Air Brake Endorsement “Z” • MTO Medical Report • Vision test at MTO • Written test at MTO • Drivers Abstract MOTR 3407/75 Hrs/$3055 Oct 7-Nov 4/Mon-Fri/8-12/WHITBY Dec 2-Jan 10/Mon-Fri/8-12/WHITBY

“A” Driver Training

A valid ‘A’ licence is required to tow a trailer that weighs in excess of 4,600 kilograms. This eight-week program consists of 99 hours of practical training and 101 hours of theory. Participants will learn shifting techniques on multi-speed transmissions, hours of work regulations, how to conduct pre-trip inspections, secure vehicle loads, defensive driving, transportation of dangerous goods, border crossing, map reading, resumé writing and interviewing skills. This program also qualifies students to write the MTO “C” licence exam. (Tuition includes a $1215 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must have • Grade 10 English • Valid Ontario Class “G” licence • Air Brake Endorsement “Z” • MTO Medical Report • Vision test at MTO • Written test at MTO • Criminal Record Check • Drivers Abstract MOTR 2411/200 Hrs/$7400 Oct 7-Nov 29/Mon-Fri/8-4/WHITBY Dec 2-Jan 31/Mon-Fri/8-4/WHITBY

“AZ “Upgrade from “DZ”

This 41-hour program teaches the requirements for an ‘A’ licence and is designed for participants who have extensive experience operating with a ‘DZ’ licence. This program consists of a fourhour defensive driving course and nine, four-hour driving lessons. Fees include the use of our vehicle for the road test. (Tuition includes a $520 non-tax-deductible supply fee.) Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and complete a Practical Pretest to be accepted into program. • Valid Ontario Class “D” licence • Air Brake Endorsement “Z” • MTO Medical Report • Vision test at MTO • Written test at MTO • Drivers Abstract MOTR 1418/41 Hrs/$3600 Sep 13-Oct 4/Mon-Fri/8-12/WHITBY Nov 22-Dec 13/Mon-Fri/8-12/WHITBY

“F” Driver Training

A valid ‘F’ licence is required to operate an ambulance, stretch limousine or small bus with the designed seating capacity to hold up to 24 passengers. The program consists of 4 hours of theory and 5 hours of practical training. Use of our vehicle for the road test is also included (1 hour). (Tuition includes a $100 non-taxdeductible supply fee.) Prerequisites: Applicants must be 18 years of age and must have • Valid Ontario Class “G” licence • MTO Medical Report • Vision test at MTO • Written test at MTO • Drivers Abstract MOTR 2410/9 Hrs/$395 Sep 13/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Oct 25/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Nov 22/Fri/8-12/WHITBY Dec 20/Fri/8-12/WHITBY

All in-vehicle, one-on-one training will be personally scheduled with the instructor. Final end date for driver training is subject to MTO road test availability. All paperwork for Driver Training Program prerequisites must be handed in prior to course start date.

Withdrawal and Refunds Refunds will be given only if the Official Withdrawal form is received no later than three college days prior to the scheduled start date. All refunds are subject to a cancellation fee. To register or for more information contact:

Corporate Training Services

Durham College 905.721.3347/1.800.816.3615

corporatetrainingservices.ca

For more information or to register please call 1.800.816.3615 or 905.721.3347


Important Information 125 Access to College Facilities

Please retain registration receipts as proof of registration for gaining access to Durham College, particularly during off hours.

Age Requirement

Credit course applicants must be 19 years of age or have a secondary school graduation diploma. General interest applicants must be 16 years of age or older, unless otherwise noted.

Audit Status

Auditing a course means you register, but are not required to undertake course assignments or examination. In other words, you participate in a course on the understanding that you will not receive a credit; instead, you will receive a special GPA neutral grade of “AUD” which cannot be applied towards graduation, certification or PLAR. You must declare your audit status at the time of registration, meet the course prerequisite(s) and pay the full course fees. The Application for Subject Audit form is available on our website under the “Where do I find” link.

Certificates/Diplomas/ Recognition of Achievement

Most certificate programs must be completed within five years and most diploma programs within ten years. If you are working towards a diploma, you must adhere to the GPA system and have a 2.0 GPA in order to graduate. The College reserves the right to alter the program requirements of the certificate/diploma in order to remain current and relevant with regard to business/industry standards and to better serve students. You must apply for your certificate/ diploma by completing the Application to Graduate form which is available on our website under the “Where do I find” link. Forms are to be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the published deadline dates. There is a $31.37 graduation fee, payable by all graduating students, (full-time day or Continuing Education) which must accompany your request to graduate (for exemptions see our website). Graduates are invited to participate in the College convocation ceremonies. Credentials are awarded at the ceremony. To receive a Recognition of Achievement, students must complete the prescribed courses within five years. Applications for Recognition of Achievement can be found online and need to be submitted to the Office of the Registrar for processing. An application processing fee applies. If the document is to be mailed, a nominal mailing charge will apply.

Campus Walk Service

The Campus Walk service is provided by trained student teams, who will, on request, provide accompaniment to students, staff, or visitors to their car or residence or other campus locations during the weeknights. All members work in pairs and can be identified by their vests with “Campus Walk” printed on the back. To request this service, contact the security guard at the Library, Gordon Willey building security desk or security office in the Whitby Campus. Hours of operation (September to the end of April) Oshawa Main Campus: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday and Friday 8 p.m. to midnight Whitby Campus: Monday - Thursday 6:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Class Cancellations

A) Weather Conditions The college will announce any class changes due to weather conditions via the following radio and TV stations AFTER 3 p.m. Please do not phone these stations. CBC TV Evening News CKLY - Y92 FM CFTO TV AM 1350 CHEX TV Rock 94.9 FM Rogers Cable 10 - Durham KX 96 FM Shaw Cable 10 - Pickering College closures will be posted on our website.

B) Teacher Absence Your teacher will attempt to contact you immediately to inform you (via phone or email). Please ensure that your teacher has your up-to-date contact information.

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126 Important Information Computer Use

All Durham College students may use any computer lab at the college unless there is an in-class test or exam in progress. In the event that student(s) are noisy or disruptive, all teachers have the right to ask that individual to leave. Students are asked not to print during a lecture.

Learning Commons IBM and Macintosh computers, wireless laptop work areas, laser printers, etc., provide you with the flexibility to work on projects outside of classroom time. Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday 7:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. You must be a current student with an active ID number to use the facilities. For information call 905.721.3333.

Credit Transfer

Applications for subject credit taken through another College or University require an official transcript, detailed course outline and payment of $16 per credit. Submit to the Office of the Registrar. Forms are available on our website under the “Where do I find� link.

Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening Your program may require you to provide a clear Criminal Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening. If you are not able to do so, you may not be accepted for field placement by a field placement agency and may be unable to complete the requirements of the program.

DC Connect

Durham College has launched the new Learning Management Systems (LMS) software called DC Connect, which replaced WebCT as of September 1, 2012. DC Connect is used by all students and faculty for course materials, assignment submissions, email, marks, and schedules.

Disabilities

The Centre for Students with Disabilities (CSD) office is available to assist students who have documented disabilities. For more information call 905.721.3123. Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Emergency Procedures

Fire: All staff and students must vacate the building in the event of a fire alarm. Take personal belongings with you. Do not use elevators.

If you discover a fire: Activate a fire alarm pull station. Call 9-911. Evacuate, close doors and stand clear of entrances. If you hear a fire alarm: Close doors, exit building and stand clear of entrances. All Other Emergencies: In Main Building: Go to the Continuing Education office, A-160 immediately.

In Simcoe Building: Go to the nearest telephone and dial, free-of-charge, 905.721.2000, to get to the main building operator or security. The Security Desk in the main building will be staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ext. 2400.

Fees

Fees are payable in full at the time of registration by money order, American Express, Visa, MasterCard or direct payment. Please note that cheques are not accepted. There is an International Student Fee premium for students attending Durham College on a student authorization (student visa). Please ask for more information about this charge at the time of registration. All payments returned by the bank for any reason will be subject to a $25 service charge.

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Financial Assistance

Financial assistance may be available to students who have low income and are registered in a credit Post-secondary course or an upgrading course. Applications are available in Student Support Services. For information call 905.721.3036.

Food Services

Weekly menus, Campus Dining Plan information, location maps, hours of operation, and health and nutrition information can all be found on the Durham College website at: www. durhamcollege.ca/student-experience/ campus-life/food-options.

Freedom of Information

The information acquired during registration is collected under legal authority of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities. The information is used for administration and statistical purposes. Your telephone number may be released to your teacher for use in the event of a class cancellation.

General Education Courses

These courses form part of the curriculum of a Post-secondary program of instruction. It is required that graduates of an Ontario College diploma or Advanced diploma take at least one discipline outside their main field of study to increase their awareness of the society and culture in which they live and work. There will typically be three to five courses offered and designed to incorporate some breadth beyond the vocational field of study.


Important Information 127 Grade Reports

Effective Fall 2009, all final grades will be available on MyCampus only. See MyCampus in this section for instructions on accessing the student portal.

Injury or Accident

Durham College is not responsible for any claims or damage arising from any accident or injury that is caused by or arises from your participation during any course or in any facility or at any location where a course is held.

Late Registrations

Registrations for in-class courses will be accepted up to and including the start of the second scheduled class, space permitting. This applies only to classes that are scheduled for more than four classes. For online classes that are semester-based, registrations will be accepted up to and including the Friday following the official start date. For online classes that are monthly intake, late registrations will not be accepted; students must register prior to the first business day of each month. Late registrants for all types of courses are responsible for all of the required course assignments and tests. Exceptions to the refund and transfer policies cannot be made for applicants who register late in a course. Fees are not prorated for late registrations.

Library

Monday - Thursday 7:45 a.m. - midnight Friday 7:45 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Hours may be subject to change. Please consult the library website for updated information. www.durhamcollege.ca/library

Missed Final Examinations

Final Examinations for in-class Continuing Education students are to be written during class time. You are responsible for attending your final exams as scheduled to meet your course requirements. If for the following reasons you are unable to attend, you may contact your instructor for a make-up exam: 1. Medical reason (Doctor’s note required) 2. Employment reason – your job has taken you out-of-town (Employer’s note required) 3. Death in the family (Copy of death certificate required) You are responsible for notifying your instructor of your absence within 48 hours of the scheduled final examination. The instructor will contact the School of Continuing Education and a Program Officer will contact you regarding arrangements. Make-up final examinations will be done in accordance with the course outline. You must be scheduled and have completed your make-up examination within 10 (ten) college days. For an online course, the make-up exam must be scheduled and completed within two college days after the last official exam date.

MyCampus

MyCampus is a web-based portal for students, faculty and staff to access campus resources and information. While many of the features and messages are designed for full-time day students, Continuing Education students can also make use of the features – you can check your grades, print off your tuition tax receipt and communicate with your professor and other students. You can access MyCampus by clicking the “MyCampus Login” at the top of any page within the website. You will need your student identification number (e.g. 100234567) and a password (PIN). If you have not created a MyCampus password, the default password is your date of birth in the format MMDDYY. (e.g. if your date of birth is December 31, 1985 then your password is 123185.). If you have never provided us with your birth date, then your default password is your postal code. (e.g. if your postal code is T3V 6J5, then your password is T3V6J5 – all capital letters and without any spaces in-between). Upon entering your default password, you will be prompted to change it.

A $50 non-refundable fee will apply in all cases.

Missed tests and assignments are not covered by this policy and will not be rescheduled.

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128 Important Information Parking - NEW

Evening Drivers entering the gated parking lots at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses after 5 p.m. during the week pay a $2 flat rate and should leave the lot before 5 a.m. the next day. Drivers are required to pull a ticket at the entrance gate and must then reinsert the same ticket at the exit gate when leaving the lot. Drivers entering lots before 5 p.m. and exiting after this time will be required to pay the posted hourly rates. Weekend Parking Drivers may park in the gated parking lots at the Oshawa and Whitby campuses after 5 p.m. on Fridays until 5 a.m. Mondays by paying a $2 flat rate for 24 hours. Drivers are required to pull a ticket at the entrance gate and must then reinsert the same ticket at the exit gate when leaving the lot. Payment Options At exit gates by credit card only or at pay stations. Please see the website www.durhamcollege.ca/services/campusservices/transportation-parking-and-maps

Prerequisite

A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to another course. It is your responsibility to ensure that all prerequisites are met before registering for a course or workshop. If you lack appropriate prerequisites, you will be asked to withdraw or transfer to a more appropriate subject with the risk of financial penalty.

Prior Learning Assessment (PLAR)

PLAR is the process you can use to gain college credits and recognition for what you have already learned from previous work/life experiences. For more information email: PLAR@durhamcollege.ca.

Scholarship

To be eligible, students must meet the following criteria: currently working towards a Durham College Continuing Education certificate, diploma or graduate certificate; have completed a minimum of seven (7) required subjects in their program through Durham College (excluding transfer credits); write a short paragraph explaining why they should receive the scholarship; attach an official transcript of their marks. The application form is available on our website under the “Where do I find” link or in the school office.

Student Identification Cards

If desired, you may obtain a Campus ID “Smart Card” for a $15 fee. Please make your payment at the Student Services Building. Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Bring your registration receipt, and card payment receipt and one piece of valid government issued photo ID to room G1004. For hours of operation see the Campus ID website: www.durhamcollege.ca/services/ campus-services/campus-id

Senior Citizen’s Fees

Senior citizens 65 and older are eligible for decreased tuition fees on all credit courses offered both in-class and through Distance Education. Full supply and technical fees apply. Applicants must apply in person and show proof of age in order to receive the discount. Note: Life and Leisure courses and some special Ministry accredited programs do not qualify for this discount. Please verify the senior’s tuition fee by calling the Office of the Registrar at 905.721.3000; please have the course code ready.

Students’ Rights & Responsibilities This information can be viewed on the Continuing Education website: www. durhamcollege.ca/coned. Click on “Where do I Find?” and “Academic Policies & Procedures”.

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Tax Receipts (T2202A)

Claiming Post-secondary education tuition, textbooks and education amounts on your tax return: •

The total amount of tuition fees paid may differ from your T2202A as not all fees are tax deductible, e.g. supply fees, computer fees and facility fees are not eligible.

• In addition to claiming tuition fees you are also eligible to claim $120/month of part-time study. A part-time month equals at least three consecutive weeks in a calendar month and 12 contact hours. T2202A is based on the tax year January - December. Receipts are only available online as of February 28 at: www.durhamcollege.ca/ coned click on “Where do I find?”

Textbooks/Bookstore

You will be advised in your first class of textbooks and materials required for your course. This cost is not included in the published course fee. A “+ text(s)” in your course description denotes that a text is required. Note: You must purchase your text at the campus where your class will be held. The Campus Bookstore is not open on Saturdays. Students requesting texts to be sent by courier will incur the additional cost of shipping. Textbooks for Pickering classes must be either purchased at the Oshawa bookstore or ordered online for shipment to your home or the Pickering Learning Site. For information and hours call 905.721.3026 or visit: http://dc-uoit.bookware3000.ca


Important Information 129

Withdrawal/Refund/Course Cancellation Durham College reserves the right to cancel courses, change course locations, teachers, dates or content as deemed necessary. Students will be notified by phone. Full details available online.

Course Cancellation A full refund will be issued if the college deems it necessary to cancel a course.

Withdrawals/Refunds/Transfers Once registered, you are academically and financially responsible for your course(s) unless you withdraw officially by the deadlines below. All withdrawals are subject to a $30 administration fee. Regardless of payment method, all refunds will be by cheque. Please allow three to four weeks for your cheque to arrive.

In-class Courses

Students may withdraw/transfer prior to the start of the third class

Field Placements/Clinicals

Students may withdraw/transfer during the first 13 days after the official start date. Once students are cleared for placement no refund or transfer will be accepted.

In-class Courses (that are 16 hours in duration or less), Motorcycles/Weekend Workshops/ Seminars Students may withdraw/transfer no later than three college days prior to the scheduled start date.

Online Semester/Monthly Intake/ Correspondence

Students may withdraw/transfer during the first 13 days after the official course start date. After the final withdrawal date no refunds/transfers will be issued. Visit www.durhamcollege.ca/coned and click on Online & Distance Education and follow to Important Dates. Also, any course materials (e.g. books, student kits, CDs, reference materials or supplies) included in the course fee must be returned to the Distance Education office before a refund will be issued.

Withdrawal without Academic Penalty

The last day to withdraw to avoid academic penalty is four weeks prior to the scheduled end date of the course. After this date, all marks achieved will be recorded on the student’s transcript. Failure to attend does not constitute withdrawal. The Course Withdrawal Form must be submitted either manually or online.

The Withdrawal Form is available under the Forms link on our website under “Where do I find”.

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Index 911 and Police Dispatch...................................................17 911 Field Observation.......................................................17 A+ .....................................................................9, 43, 74, 75 Abnormal Psychology..................................................12, 43 Aboriginal Governance and Sovereignty..........................43 Aboriginal Strategy and Decisions...................................43 Abuse and Family Violence...............................................43 Access ..............................................................................43 Accessibility Auditing.......................................................43 Accessibility Legislation & Application............................44 Accounting................2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 11, 43, 44, 50, 58, 61, 69 ACCPAC.............................................................................44 Academic and Career Entrance (ACE)...............................73 Acquisitions......................................................................44 Adaptive Technology Education........................................44 Addictions and Mental Health..........................................44 Addictions Theory and Practice........................................12

Adobe Acrobat...........................................................................44 Edge Animate, Introduction...........................................74 Illustrator .................................................................29, 44 InDesign ........................................................................44 Photoshop Elements.......................................................44 Adult Learning.............................................................37, 44 Adult Learning Theory for Accessibility Coordinators......44 Adults with Learning Disabilities...............................37, 44 Advanced Assessment Skills for RPNs...........................................12 Communication Techniques for Accessibility Coordination.............................................45 Financial Accounting......................................................45 Sales Techniques...........................................................45 Security..........................................................................45 Advertising and Sales Promotion.....................................45 Advocacy, Practice and Reflection....................................45 Aging Introduction............................................................45

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Air Brake Endorsement “Z�.............................................123 Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection.....................45 Alcohol and Gaming..........................................................45 Alternative Dispute Resolution...........................................4 American Sign Language .................................................18 Anatomy and Physiology...................................................45 Android Application Development....................................45 Anger Management....................................................21, 45 Animal Care for Pet Owners.............................................21 Anthropology.....................................................................45 APCO Fire Dispatch...........................................................45 APCO Public Safety Telecommunicator......................17, 45 Applied Ambulance/Fire Dispatch....................................17 Apprenticeships.............................................................77 Archives............................................................................45 Arrhythmia Interpretation.................................................45 Assembly, Wrapping and Packaging of Instrumentation, Supplies and Patient Care Equipment in Sterile Processing..........................................................46 Assessment and Evaluation..............................................46 Assessment and Planning for the Aging Adult.................43 Assessment Process, Introduction to...............................46 Astronomy...................................................................21, 46 Auditing.............................................................................46 Autism Spectrum Disorder ...............................................46 AutoCAD...........................................................................38 AutoCAD for Interior Decorating......................................29

Backflow and Cross Connection.....................................122 Backflow Recertification ................................................122 Basic Drafting...................................................................29 Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention..............46 Benefits Administration....................................................46


Index Between Farm and Table: Local Food Businesses and Cooperative.............................................................46 Bill C-45/Due-Diligence..................................................123 Blackberry Application Development...............................46 Blended Families that Work..............................................12 Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing Professionals........38 Boom Truck Training Zero to Eight Ton Crane.................122 Border Services.................................................................46 Building and Maintaining Customer Relationships..........46 Building Environmental Systems (BES).............................31 Business Computer Applications ..........................................2, 9, 46 Finance ..........................................................................46 Law.............................................................................2, 46 Management Introduction.............................................46 Mathematics........................................................2, 43, 46 of Tomorrow...................................................................47 Practice for GIS Professionals........................................47 Practices.........................................................................29 Report Writing................................................................47 By-Law Enforcement.........................................................47 C# Programming Introduction...........................................47 Cabinet Making.................................................................33 Cake Decorating ...............................................................21 Calculus.............................................................................47 Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits..........................47 Canadian Criminal Justice System................................................47 Firearms Safety..............................................................23 Law.................................................................................47 Law and Provincial Legislation......................................47 Literature........................................................................47 Politics............................................................................47 Restricted Firearms........................................................23 Car Care Clinic..................................................................33 Career Mapping and Job Attainment...............................47 Career Prep I - PFP/PSI......................................................47 Caregiving Skills...............................................................47 Caricature 101...................................................................21 Carpentry...........................................................................33

Case Management for Elder Issues..................................43 Case Management for Mental Health..............................43 Ceramic Tiling...................................................................33 Certified Ethical Hacking Introduction..............................47 CFC/ODP Certificate..........................................................31 Child Development ...........................................................47 Children’s Literature Introduction.....................................47 Children’s Services and Issues..........................................48 Chinese - Mandarin 1.......................................................18 Circulation and Inter-Library Loan.....................................48 CISCO Certified Networking Associate .......................9, 47 Civil Procedures................................................................48 Classroom Skills................................................................48 Co-Dependency as an Addiction.......................................48 Coaching and Developing People.....................................48 Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss - Children’s Health Focus...................................................................48 Colour Theory....................................................................29 Comfort Measures............................................................48 Commercial Construction Principles.................................48 Communication and Health Promotion....................................................43 and Interpersonal Skills.................................................48 and Professional Practices.............................................48 in an Educational Setting...............................................48 Techniques.....................................................................48 /Customer Service for the FSW...............................16, 48 Communications - LDS...............................................................................48 and Investigative Report Writing...................................48 for Business................................................................2, 48 for Career Employment..................................................48 for Educational Assistants.............................................48 for Entrepreneurs...........................................................48 I (PFP).............................................................................48 I Legal Administration....................................................49 II Law Enforcement........................................................49 Community Advocacy Techniques.....................................49 Community and Social Services.......................................49 Community Policing..........................................................49

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Index Compensation Management........................................3, 49 Complementary Therapies Introduction...........................49 Complex Family Dynamics................................................43 Computer Applications for Human Resources................................49 Applications in Marketing..............................................49 Skills for the Workplace.................................................74 -Aided Drafting ..............................................................49 /Cyber Crime..................................................................49 /Keyboarding Skills........................................................49 Computers an Introduction...............................................49 Computers in Education....................................................49 Conflict Management.......................................................49

Construction (Gold Seal).................................................32 Blueprints and Methods.................................................50 Contract Bid Management.............................................50 Contracts and Documents..............................................50 Job Site Management...................................................50 Safety Management......................................................31 Consumer Protection Laws...............................................50 Contemporary Social Problems.........................................50 Continuous Improvement Process....................................50 Continuous Quality Improvement in the Food Processing Industry.....................................50 Coping with Death: Counselling, Support Groups and Therapies.................................................................50 Coronary Care ............................................................12, 50 Corporate Crime Investigation..........................................50 Corporate Practice and Procedure....................................50 Corrections........................................................................50 Cost Estimating, Introduction to.......................................50

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Cost Management............................................................50 Counselling Skills in Oncology..........................................50 CPR ...................................................................................13 Creating a Corporate Service Culture...........................................50 Classroom Centers.........................................................75 K-12 Learning Materials................................................75 Mobile Apps with HTML5..............................................74 the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success...........75 Web Pages.....................................................................74 WordPress Websites......................................................74 Creative and Critical Thinking - LDS.............................6, 50 Creative Writing..........................................................21, 50 Criminal and Civil Law..................................................................50 Code...............................................................................50 Code and Civil Law.........................................................50 Code and Federal Statutes.............................................50 Law - Legal Administration............................................51 Psychology - Psychopathic Minds..................................51 Criminology.......................................................................51 Crisis Intervention.......................................................12, 51 Critical Thinking................................................................51 Crown Moulding and Interior Applications......................33 Crystal Reports .................................................................74 Culinary Nutrition..............................................................21 Culinary Theory ................................................................21 Cults and Terrorism...........................................................51 Cultural Diversity in Education.........................................51 Cultural Issues..................................................................12 Current Trends in Mental Health......................................51 Curriculum Development............................................37, 51 Curriculum Development - Early Childhood Education.....51 Customer Service and Ethics............................................51 Database Design for Information Workers.......................51 Database Development Oracle.........................................51 Dealing with Difficult People............................................51 Decontamination Principles, Procedures and Practices in Sterile Processing................................51 Decorating with Light.......................................................29


Index Dementia Care Overview..................................................51 Design Basics....................................................................51 Design Principles Advanced.............................................51 Designing and Managing a Geographic Information System........................................................51 Developing a Graphic Design Portfolio.............................51 Developing Client Service Teams.....................................52 Developing Effective Teams..............................................52 Developing Leadership Capacity......................................52 Development Across the Lifespan....................................52 Diabetes: The Basics........................................................52 Didgeridoo - Learn to Play................................................22 Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom.....................75 Digital Imaging (Photoshop I)............................................29 Disabilities and Disorders.................................................52 Disability Perspectives......................................................52 Discover Digital Photography...........................................75 Disinfection and Sterilization Concepts and Techniques..............................................................52 Dispute Resolution............................................................52 Diversity and First Nations Peoples..................................52 Doctors’ Office Procedures...............................................14 Documentary Scriptwriting...............................................52 Domestic and Workplace Violence...................................52 Donor Relationships in Fundraising..................................52 Dramatic Scriptwriting......................................................52 Drawing Realistic Subjects in Pencil................................52 Dreamweaver....................................................................52 Driver Training ................................................................124 Dutch ................................................................................18 Dynamic Websites with AMP (Apache, MySQL and PHP).............................................52 Dynamics of Conflict.........................................................52 E-Business an Introduction...............................................52 Early Childhood Education Field Placement Preparation..........................................53 Practices Introduction....................................................53 Economics ....................................................................3, 53 Educational Assistant Practicum................................52, 53

Effective Project Planning and Control...............................7 Electrical Wiring Basics for Homeowners........................33 Electricity I........................................................................38 Electronic Publishing and Emerging Technologies...........53 Emergency Management..................................................53 Employee Labour Relations..........................................3, 53 Employment Insurance Act.................................................................53 Law.................................................................................53 Law for Leadership Development - LDS........................53 Law - LDS.........................................................................6 Standard Act..................................................................53 Enforcement Procedures...................................................53 Engine Repair....................................................................33 English...............................................................................53 Entrepreneurship...........................................................3, 53 Environment Management Introduction...........................53 Environmental Citizenship......................................................................53 Geology..........................................................................53 Regulations....................................................................53 Ergonomics........................................................................53 Ergonomics and Disability Management..........................53 Essentials of Writing Fiction.............................................53 Estate Planning - Plan Your Legacy..................................22 Ethical, Legal and Spiritual Concerns...............................53 Ethics and Legalities.........................................................53 Ethics and the Justice System..........................................53 Evaluation and Program Planning.....................................53

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Event Management Strategies.........................................54 Event Planning............................................................22, 54 Excel............................................................................10, 54 Excel Macros and VBA .....................................................10 Exceptionalities - Educational Assistant..........................54 Exceptionalities Introduction - Early Childhood Education...........................................54 Exterior Inspection............................................................54 Family Law........................................................................54 Field of Early Childhood Education - Resource Consulting Introduction..................................................54 Field Placement Accounting.......................................................................3 Dementia Studies...........................................................51 Early Childhood Education.......................................40, 53 Human Resources Capstone Project................................5 Human Resources Diploma..............................................5 Human Resources Graduate Certificate...........................5 Medical Office Administration Field Placement and Seminar...................................................................40 Mental Health Practicum...............................................40 Nursing Professional Practice........................................40 Palliative Care Field Placement.....................................40 Perinatal Obstetrics Practicum.......................................40 Field Placement Preparation Social Services Worker......14 Field to Fork: Introduction to Local and Global Food Systems.................................................................54 Finance - LDS....................................................................54 Financial Environment.......................................................54 Finishing your Basement Professionally...........................34

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Fire Detection and Alarm Industry, Introduction to (CFAA)....................................................32 Fire Protection...................................................................54 Fireworks (Adobe).............................................................54 First Aid.............................................................................13 Fitness.........................................................................54, 55 Flash..................................................................................55 Floral Arrangements.........................................................22 Food Preparation and Production......................................55 Food Security and Food Justice in Canada.......................55 Foot Care - Advanced and Diabetes.................................14 Forensic Accounting Introduction.....................................55 Forensic Psychology..........................................................55 Forensics 9-1-1: The Basics of Forensic Criminal Investigation....................................................55 Forklift Operator Safety/Refresher.................................122 Foundations for Sustainability..........................................55 Foundations of Education.................................................55 Foundations of Therapeutic Recreation............................55 Fraud Investigation...........................................................55 Freelance Writing.............................................................55 French..........................................................................19, 55 Fundamental Communication Skills.................................55 Fundamental Mathematics...............................................55 Fundamentals of UNIX......................................................55 Fundraising Introduction...................................................55 Gas Technician..................................................................39 Genre Fiction and Readers’ Advisory Service...................55 Geographic Information Systems Introduction.................55 Geographic Information Systems Software - ArcView.....56 Geography and Tourism....................................................55 Geological Disasters.........................................................55 German .............................................................................18 Global Citizenship.............................................................56 Global Positioining Systems.............................................56 Global Warming Concepts................................................56 Globalization and Sustainability.......................................56 Growing Up Digital - Living and Working In Canada........56 Guidance of the Young Child............................................56


Index Guitar Techniques: Flat Picking.........................................22 Guitar: Blues and Jazz......................................................22 Hardwood Floors...............................................................34 Health and Safety Management for Occupational Health Nurses............................................................................56 and Safety Legislation for Occupational Health Nurses............................................................................56 Assessment....................................................................56 Records Management....................................................56 Healthy Adult Aging..........................................................56 Healthy Home Renovations..............................................22 Heating Inspection............................................................56 Herbal Therapies...............................................................56 History of Aboriginal/Canadian Relations........................56 History of Art.....................................................................56 History of Furniture...........................................................29 Hockey Hall of Fame Presents..........................................56 Holistic and Integrative Health: Foundations ..................76 Home Energy Efficiency D-I-Y...........................................34 Hospital Information Systems..........................................14 Hospital Procedures/Medical Records.............................14 Hospitality Marketing.......................................................56 HTML...........................................................................30, 56 Human Behaviour in the Workplace...........................................56 Relations - LDS...............................................................56 Relations and Supervision.............................................56 Resources Management Principles...........................4, 57 Resources Personnel Research Techniques...................57 Resources Planning........................................................57 Rights in Ontario............................................................57 Sexuality.........................................................................57 Humanities........................................................................57 Hunter Education..............................................................23 Identification, Care and Handling of Instrumentation in Sterile Processing......................................................57 Illustration and Presentation............................................30 Improv ..............................................................................23 Income Tax .................................................................23, 57

Independent Study in Mental Health Rehabilitation........57 InDesign, Introduction.......................................................30 Indexing and Subject Analysis..........................................57 Indigenous Identity and Relationship to the Land............57 Individual Family Support Plan.........................................57 Industrial Hygiene.............................................................57

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (IMM).........................35 Industrial Psychology and Research.................................57 Information Security: Certified Information System Security.............................................................58 Information Technology for Library Technicians...............58 Instructional Techniques.............................................37, 58 Insurance Broker Registration............................................4 Integrated Marketing Communication..............................58 Integration with Mobile Applications...............................58 Interactive Learning Processes.........................................58 Intercultural Communication............................................58 Interior Design, Introduction.............................................76 Interior/Insulation Inspection...........................................58 International Business......................................................58 Internet Mapping..............................................................58 Internet Technologies........................................................30 Interpersonal and Group Dynamics..................................58 Interpersonal Communications.........................................58 Interprofessional Psychogeriatric Best Practices.............14 Interviewing and Investigation.........................................58 Interviewing Skills............................................................14

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Index Introduction to BABOK..............................................................................3 Business Management....................................................5 CorelDRAW X5...............................................................74 Natural Health and Healing...........................................76 PMBOK.............................................................................7 Water and Wastewater.................................................39 Inventory Management.....................................................58 Investigation and Surveillance.........................................58 Investigation and Evidence...............................................58 Investigative Techniques and Processes..........................58 Investigative Techniques for Motor Vehicle Collisions................................................58 Investing: A Beginner’s Guide...........................................23 Investment Planning.........................................................58 iPhone Application Development.....................................59 Issues and Ethics..............................................................14 Italian .........................................................................18, 59 Japanese ..........................................................................59 Java ..................................................................................59 JavaScript.........................................................................59 Job Search Skills..............................................................59 Journal M.A.G.I.C.............................................................23 Keys to Effective Communication.....................................76 Labour Economics.............................................................59 Landlord and Tenant Law..................................................59 Landscaping Your Home...................................................25 Law and the Home Owner................................................59 Law Clerks.........................................................................59 Leadership .....................................................................76 and Career Management...............................................59 and Communication.......................................................59 and Group Facilitation....................................................59 for Entrepreneurs.............................................................5 in a Team Environment...................................................59 Leading Responsibly - LDS...............................................59 Leading Teams - LDS.........................................................59 Lean Systems....................................................................59 Learning Strategies for Educational Assistants...............59 Learning, Thinking, and Problem Solving.........................59

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LEED® Green Building Strategies and Green Associate Exam Preparation Course.............................................123 Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Aging..............................43 Office Procedures...........................................................60 Terminology....................................................................60 Legislation for Health and Safety.....................................60 Let’s Start Ojibwe..............................................................60 Let’s Talk Sports................................................................60

Libraries Introduction........................................................60 Library Classification.........................................................60 Library Financial Management and Budgeting.................60 Library Programming, Marketing and Advocacy...............60 Library Technician Field Work...........................................60 Life and Death Issues in Financial Planning.....................60 Life Skills and Job Coaching.............................................60 Life Writing: Telling Our Stories.......................................60 Lifeskills Practice..............................................................15 Linux+ Certification...........................................................60 Literature...........................................................................60 Litigation and Family Law Administration........................60 Litigation Practice and Procedure.....................................60 Living with Diabetes.........................................................60 Mac, iPhone, and iPad Programming................................74 Macintosh Intro Workshop...............................................30 Management and Organizational Behaviour........................................60 Essentials.....................................................................122 Information Systems..................................................5, 61 Labour Concerns in Occupational Health and Safety........................................................61 Leadership Skills............................................................61 Principles........................................................................61


Index Managing Change - LDS...............................................6, 61 Managing Episodic Disabilities: Accommodation Best Practice..................................................................61 Marketing.......................................................... 6, 61 Channels.........................................................................61 Digitally..........................................................................61 Law and Ethics...............................................................61 Research Techniques.....................................................61 Master Planning..................................................................6 Master Planning for Operations/Production.....................61 Mastering Public Speaking...............................................76 Materials and Finishes.....................................................30 Materials Estimating and Methods..................................61 Mathematics.....................................................................61 Mathematics for Educational Assistants.........................61 Mathematics for Technology............................................38 Medical Billing.......................................................................15, 61 Conditions for Medical Office Staff...............................61 Keyboarding...................................................................61 Office Procedures...........................................................61 Science ..........................................................................15 Terminology....................................................................61 Transcription.............................................................15, 62 Meeting and Convention Planning Principles...................62 Mental Health Nursing, Introduction................................15 Mental Health Rehabilitation Foundation........................62 Mental Health Services, Programs and Organizations..........................................................62 Mentorship - Entrepreneurship Diploma............................6 Meteorology......................................................................62 Microbiology and Infection Control for Sterile Processing.....................................................62 Microsoft Office................................................................62 Money Management - For Life!........................................25 Mortgage Agent Program.................................................62 Motorcycle Training..........................................................24 MS Visio............................................................................62 Music Care Workshop.......................................................15 Music Made Easy.............................................................76

Music Theory....................................................................26 Myths and Legends...........................................................62 Natural Disasters................................................................4 Network +.........................................................................62 Networking ......................................................................76 News Writing I..................................................................62 Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational Frameworks.......63 Nutrition In Health Care....................................................63 Nutrition Introduction.......................................................63 Nutrition, Introduction for Food Service Worker........16, 63 Observing the Young Child................................................63 Occupational Health and Safety.......................................63 Occupational Health Nursing Introduction.......................63 Oceanography...................................................................63 Office 2007/2010 Professional.........................................63 Office Overview.................................................................11 Office Technology and Procedures....................................63 Oncology Nursing .............................................................63 Online Searching...............................................................63 Ontario Building Code Part 9............................................31 Ontario Disability Support Program..................................64 Ontario Works Act.............................................................64 Operations Management..............................................6, 64 Operations Planning Process............................................64 Operators-In-Training Certification Preparation................64 Organizational Behaviour for Human Resources Management.............64 Behaviour for Human Resources Professionals.............64 Change and Development..............................................64 Change and Leadership....................................................8 Studies...........................................................................64 Orientation to Palliative Care...........................................64

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Index Painting.............................................................................25 Palliative Care Communications.......................................64 Pathophysiology................................................................64 Patient Education Introduction.........................................64 Payroll Administration..................................................8, 64 PC Law Accounting - Legal Administration......................64 PC Security Introduction...................................................76 PC Troubleshooting Introduction.......................................76 Performance Management - LDS.....................................65 Perinatal/Obstetrics I........................................................15 Perioperative Nursing.......................................................64 Perl Introduction................................................................64 Personal and Interpersonal Dynamics..............................65 Personal Success..............................................................65 Pharmacology for Medical Office Professionals...............65 Pharmacology for Practical Nurses...................................65 Pharmacology Introduction...............................................65 Philosophies of Early Childhood Education......................65 Philosophy Introduction to................................................65 Photography................................................................26, 75 Photoshop...................................................................65, 75 Physical Science...............................................................39 Physiology of Aging..........................................................65 Plumbing Inspection..........................................................65 Plumbing - Residential/Repairs........................................34 Police Powers....................................................................65 Political Geography...........................................................65 Political Science................................................................65 Politics and Public Administration....................................65 Popular Culture and the Media.........................................65 PowerPoint........................................................................65 Practical Approaches to Inclusion....................................65 Pre Exams..........................................................................34 Preparatory Biology...........................................................65 Preparatory Chemistry......................................................65 Preparatory Physics...........................................................65 Prevention and Identification of Child Abuse...................65 Prevention and Intervention Strategies - Children’s Mental Health.............................................65 Prezi Workshop.................................................................11

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Principles of Ethical Reasoning........................................66 Principles of Purchasing....................................................66 Principles of Sales........................................................8, 66 Private Investigator Training.............................................66 Production Systems..........................................................66 Professional Communication for Accessibility Coordinators........................................66 Professional Performance and Responsibility....................7 Programming for Absolute Beginners...............................66 Programming in C..............................................................66 Project Construction Management............................................66 Economics and Politics.....................................................7 Leadership and Team Development.................................7 Management - LDS........................................................66 Management and MS Project..........................................8 Management for Accessibility Coordinators.................66 Management Comprehensive Exam................................7 Management Introduction.............................................66 Management Scheduling Software...............................66 Provincial Offences...........................................................66 Provincial Offences and Evidence.....................................66 Provincial Offences/Motor Vehicle Offences...................66 Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child and Adolescents Population.................................66 Psychiatric Rehabilitation Processes................................66 Psychological and Social Implications..............................66 Psychology..................................................4, 16, 17, 43, 66 Publisher...........................................................................66 Qualifying Mathematics - Technology..............................66 Quality Assurance Computer Applications.......................66 Quality Assurance Fundamentals.....................................66 Quark Xpress Basic...........................................................66 QuickBooks..................................................................11, 67 R.P.N. Exam Preparation....................................................16 Racism and Discrimination...............................................67 Real Estate Practice and Procedure..................................67 Records and Information Management Fundamentals..........................................67 Recruitment and Selection...............................................67


Index Reference Processes.........................................................67 Reference Services and Sources......................................67 Regulations and Enforcement...........................................39 Remote Sensing................................................................67 Research and Development..............................................67 Research in Accessibility..................................................67 Research Skills..................................................................67 Researching and Reporting...............................................67 Residential Tenancies Act.................................................67 Resource Consultant Fieldwork..................................67, 68 Resource Description and Access....................................68 Responsible Practices for Green Meeting Management...................................................68 Restorative Care in a Long Term Care Setting..................68 ResumĂŠ Writing................................................................76 Retail Management..........................................................68 Retirement Consultant Certificate Preparation................68 Retirement Planning.........................................................68 Risk Management and Estate Planning............................68 Role of the Food Service Worker................................16, 68 Role of the Professional....................................................68 Romance Writing..............................................................68 Roofing Inspection............................................................68 Safety in an Educational Setting......................................68 Same Sex Issues...............................................................68 Sanitation and Safety.................................................16, 68 School Libraries................................................................68 Secrets of Better Photography..........................................75 Security Guard Training.....................................................68 Security+ Certification Preparation...................................69 Seminars in Oncology.......................................................69 Seniors Mental Health......................................................43 Sensitivity Training............................................................17 Serials...............................................................................69 Sewing .............................................................................27 Sexual Violence.................................................................69 Short History of the World..................................................4 Skills for Community Mental Health Workers..................69 Small Business Bookkeeping............................................69 Small Claims Court...........................................................69

Small Claims Practice and Procedure...............................69 Smart Serve......................................................................28 Social Impact of Technology.............................................69 Social Media and Society.................................................69 Social Policy................................................................16, 69 Social, Legal and Ethical Issues for Internet Use.............69 Sociology and Canadian Society................................17, 69 Sociology ................................................................4, 43, 69 Solving Classroom Discipline Problems...........................75 Spanish ............................................................................20 Special Issues with Diabetes...........................................69 Special Libraries...............................................................69 Speech! Speech!..............................................................28 Speed Reading..................................................................28 Speed Spanish..................................................................76 Spirituality, Health, and Healing.......................................76 Sport Psychology...............................................................69 SQL....................................................................................69 Start a Small Business......................................................69 Start Your Own Edible Garden..........................................76 Statistical Methods in Quality Control.............................39 Statistics.......................................................................8, 70 Sterile Storage, Inventory Control and Management of Resources...................................................................70 Stock Market Investment..................................................28 Strategic Investment Planning..........................................70 Strategic Management of Campaigns..............................70 Strategic Planning.............................................................70 Strategies for Fostering Client Loyalty.............................70 Strategies for Instruction or Library Technicians..............70 Stress, Wellness and Nutrition.........................................70 Structural Inspection.........................................................70 Style Makeover Secrets....................................................28 Supervision and Administration.......................................70 Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry....................70 Survival Kit for New Teachers..........................................75 Sustainable Development, Introduction to.......................70 Taxation...................................................................8, 43, 70 Taxicab Driver Training ...................................................123

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Index Teaching Preschool - A Year of Inspiring Lessons.........................75 Smarter with Smart Boards...........................................75 Students with ADHD......................................................75 Students with Autism: Strategies for Success..............75 Technical Communications...............................................70 Technical Mathematics.....................................................70 The Construction Industry.................................................70 The Game of Soccer and its Impact on Society................70 The Inclusion Learning Environment.................................71 Therapeutic Recreation Process.......................................71 Time Management..........................................................122 Trade Show Management for Conventions......................71 Traffic Management..........................................................71 Training and Development................................................71 Training for Technical Support Analysts...........................71 Translation in the Workplace............................................71 Transpersonal Psychology.................................................71 Transportation and Logistics.........................................8, 71 Travel Writing....................................................................71 Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search........................76 Understanding Adolescents..............................................75 Understanding and Working with Families and Community Partners................................................71 Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff.....................................................................71 Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical Office Staff.....................................................................71 Unified Modeling Language (UML) Modeling with Casetool.................................................................71 Universal Design for Communities...................................71 University Preparation Mathematics................................71 Urban Agriculture, Community Gardens, Food Secure Cities.........................................................71 Urban Planning Introduction - Future of Downtowns..................................................71 Victims’ Rights Laws.........................................................72 Visual Basic.......................................................................72 Visual C++.........................................................................72

Web Applications Using Asp.Net & C#............................72 Web Design for Mobile Applications...............................72 Welding.............................................................................36 Wellness for Children.......................................................72 Western: A Study in the Film Genre.................................72 Wills and Estates Practice and Procedure........................72 Windows ..........................................................................72 Wireless Networking........................................................76 Word..................................................................................72 Worker Health and Safety Awareness...........................123 Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting.......................................................72 Working Successfully with Learning Disabled Students..........................................................75

Working with Parents.......................................................73 World Cinema...................................................................73 World of Work...................................................................73 World Religions: Western and Eastern Traditions.....................................73 Wound Care Advanced for Nurses...................................16 Wow, What a Great Event!...............................................74 Writing........................................................................73, 76 XML Introduction..............................................................73 Youth in Conflict with the Law..........................................73 Youth Services and Issues................................................73

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Blackberry Application Development This online course will familiarize you with all aspects of planning, developing and testing mobile applications for the Blackberry platform. It will emphasize the creation of applications using the Java programming language, as well as programming techniques for achieving effective interaction on Blackberry Smartphones and the Playbook Tablet. Writing location-aware applications that feature sensor movement, messaging, Wi-Fi and multimedia will also be introduced.

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