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CNC Continuing Education 2016-17

Continuing Education 2016-17 Course Calendar

Contact information 250-561-5846 or toll free 1-800-371-8111 ext: 5846 www.cnc.bc.ca/ce

Course registration 250-561-5801 or toll free 1-800-371-8111 ext: 5801

About us In our committment to community and individual development, we work closely with industry, community agencies and advisory committees to develop training and employment-oriented programs to meet diverse needs. We believe in education as a lifelong process and offer affordable courses to fit your lifestyle. “Opportunity Knocks” at CNC Continuing Education!

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Quick contents Business & Management  ........ 3 General Interest  ...................... 19 Health Care  ............................ 27 Trades & Technology ............... 37 Registration Information  ......... 44 Index    ...................................... 46


Bill Quinn is a successful executive and leadership coach whose clients range from young professionals to executive directors. He is a Certified Executive Coach through Royal Roads University and holds his Professional Certified Coach accreditation from the International Coaching Federation. With over thirty years in the natural resource field as a Registered Professional Forester, Bill has provided leadership at the provincial, regional and local levels. His notable accomplishments include numerous BC Government Premier’s Awards for his teams and his work on the facilitation of the BC Government’s highly successful Conversations on Health. Bill is just one of CNC Continuing Education’s Management Skills for Supervisors instructors. Photo courtesy of Clarke Action Photography


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Programs Bookkeeping Certificate ......................... 4 Post-Diploma in Human Resources Management   ........................................ 5 Post-Diploma in Tourism Management   ........................................ 6 Records Management  ............................ 6

Courses Management Skills for Supervisors

Part 1: Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Resolution ........................... 8 Part 2: Group Decision-Making and Problem Solving Skills   ..................... 8 Part 3: Self-Management and Leadership Skill Development   ................ 9

Microsoft Office

Microsoft Excel—Level 1and 2  ............... 10 Microsoft Word—Level 1and 2 ............... 11 Microsoft Access—Level 1 ..................... 12

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

Microsoft Outlook .................................. 13 Microsoft PowerPoint   ............................ 13

Professional Development Computer Basics  .................................. 13 Introduction to AutoCAD  ....................... 14 Introduction to Sage 50    (Simply Accounting)     .............................. 14 Business Communication Fundamentals   ....................................... 14 Introduction to Coaching & Mentoring  ... 15 Introduction to Occupational Health & Safety   ................................................ 15

Associate Certificate in Conflict Resolution

Assessment: Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict    ................................ 16 Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus   ................ 17 Negotiation Skills Level 1   ...................... 17 Resolving Conflict in Groups Level 1: Effective Team Dynamics  ....................... 17 Resolving Conflict on the Front Line: Demonstrating Leadership at Work   ....... 17

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Bookkeeping Certificate Part-time Starts September and January please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Bookkeepers perform an essential role in every sector by providing timely financial information to owners and managers for sound and informed decision making. Learn the complete bookkeeping cycle for both manual and computerized environments through applied exercises and assignments using accounting and office software. This program is designed for individuals who have no knowledge of bookkeeping as well as those who are currently working in a bookkeeping role.

Admission requirements Successful completion of the following with a minimum grade of C:

The required courses are: BOOK 101 Fundamentals of Bookkeeping BOOK 103 Intermediate Bookkeeping BOOK 105 Advanced Bookkeeping BOOK 108 Excel for Bookkeepers BOOK 110 Simply Accounting—Level1 BOOK 112 Simply Accounting—Level 2 BOOK 115 Payroll CESS 151 Management Skills for Supervisors—Part 1

Graduation requirements Students are required to obtain a minimum grade of “C” (70%) in each Bookkeeping course and a satisfactory grade in CESS 151 to qualify for the certificate. Students have 3 years (36 months) from the date of first entry to complete all program requirements. Exceptions to this timeframe can be discussed with the Continuing Education Business Program Coordinator.

1. English 11, Communications 11, or ENGL 045 (or equivalent). 2. Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11, Essentials of Math 11, Accounting 11, or Math 030 (or equivalent). If you do not meet the above requirements and think you may be admissible as a mature student, consult the Continuing Education Business Program Coordinator. Applicants are recommended to have a strong working knowledge of personal computer applications and a keyboarding proficiency of at least 20 net words per minute.

Program outline There are eight courses in this program, which are offered in a part-time, evening delivery format.

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Post-Diploma in Human Resources Management Full-time and part-time Fall, spring and intersession semesters 12-course format over four semesters please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Become an effective supervisor, manager or human resources professional in Canada. Graduates of this program will be eligible to take the National Knowledge Exam, the first of two exams towards the Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) designation. This program covers the Canada Council of Human Resource Associations’ Body of Knowledge.

Admission requirements 1. A minimum two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution, or equivalent. 2. International students from a non-English speaking country will be required to provide proof of a 6.0 IELTS or 80 IBT TOEFL result.

Program outline

(effective September 2016 intake) There will be three intakes a year. Courses are spread over four semesters, allowing students to engage in practicum/capstone projects while also offering working students a more manageable course load. The program curriculum is designed to ensure graduates have the knowledge necessary to obtain the Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) designation. For more information, please see www.hrma.ca

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

The required courses are: Semester 1 Fall HRPR 303 Training and Development HRPR 305 Employment Law, Employment Standards and Human Rights MGT 264 Industrial Relations Semester 2 Spring HRPR 304 Performance Management HRPR 302 Occupational Health and Safety MGT 266 Management Skills for Supervisors Semester 3 HRPR 301 HRPR 307 HRPR 308

Intersession Compensation and Benefits Recruitment and Selection Professional Practice

Semester 4 HRPR 300 Strategic Human Resources Planning HRPR 309 Advanced Topics in Professional Practice Either HRPR 400 Human Resources Management Practicum

Or HRPR 401 Human Resources Management Capstone Project

Graduation requirements In order to receive the diploma, students must pass each course and achieve an overal 2.67 GPA, or 68% (“B-” grade) or higher.

Note: As of September 2016, students already

enrolled in the Post-Diploma Human Resource Management program have the option to complete the old program or transition into the new program. Students who choose to transition must meet all the GPA requirements under “Graduation requirements” and also complete HRPR 308, 309 and one of 400 or 401.

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Program outline The required courses are: Semester 1 Fall TRMG 300 The Business of Toursim TRMG 302 Financial Management in Toursim TRMG 312 Tourism Human Resources Management MGT 154 Applied Human Relations Semester 2 TRMG 308 TRMG 310 TRMG 316 ENGL 195

Post-Diploma in Tourism Management Full-time and part-time Fall, spring and intersession semesters 13-course format over four semesters please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details as this program is under revision The Post-Diploma in Tourism Management will provide you the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of tourism management and prepare you with the knowledge, management and practical skills needed to pursue supervisory and management careers in the rapidly expanding domestic and international tourism markets.

Admission requirements 1. Must have a minimum of a two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution, or equivalent. 2. International students from a non-English speaking country will be required to provide proof of an overall IELTS of 6.0; no band less than 5.5 IELTS or 80 IBT TOEFL result will be accepted.

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Spring Tourism Operations and Customer Service Management Sustainable Tourism Strategic Tourism Management Effective Communications 1

Semester 3 Intersession TRMG 304 Tourism and Hospitality Law TRMG 306 Marketing the Tourism Industry TRMG 314 Communications and Technology in Tourism MGT 254 Applied Group and Leadership Skills Semester 4 TRMG 320 Tourism Management Practicum

Graduation requirements A minimum “C+� grade in all Tourism Management program courses is required to graduate with a Post-Diploma in Tourism Management.

Records Management Part-time Starts September 2016 please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details The Records Management program is offered in partnership with the University of the Fraser Valley. With the rapid growth of digital technologies, organizations need assistance to manage records and documents efficiently. Learn industry standards and best practices to create, Registration recommended two weeks in advance


Recommended Applicants are recommended to have a strong working knowledge of personal computer applications and a keyboarding proficiency of at least 30 net words per minute.

Program outline The required courses are:

organize, secure, archive, and track both electronic and paper records in order to facilitate retrieval and ensure legal compliance. Set yourself apart from the office pool and enhance your career opportunities in a variety of fields like law firms, government and accounting agencies, educational institutions, health organizations and doctors’ offices.

Admission requirements Successful completion of the following: 1. B.C. Secondary School graduation or equivalent, or minimum of 19 years of age before the first day of classes. 2. Applicants must satisfy the English language proficiency requirements set out by University of the Fraser Valley.

CERE 100 MS Excel CERE 110 MS Word CERE 120 MS Access CERE 130 Business Communications CERE 140 Digital Age Literacy CERE 150 Fundamentals of Information (ONLINE) and Records Management CERE 160 Records Classification and (ONLINE) Vocabulary CERE 170 Records Management Systems (ONLINE) CERE 180 Practicum (2 weeks during the day at the end of the program)

Graduation requirements Upon successful completion of all required courses you will receive a Certificate in Records Management from UFV. You must achieve an 85 percent overall grade average and attendance of 90 percent in each course to earn the certificate.

Are you new to the community? Do you want to learn English? Do you need assistance to navigate and access the social and economic system of BC? Do you need information about the Canadian law, cultural issues and life in Canada? Do you want to make connections with other newcomers to the community? Do you want to improve your sense of empowerment and belonging? Make an appointment now!

Phone 250.562.2900 or visit www.imss.ca Immigrant & Multicultural Services Society

Main Office: 1270 2nd Avenue, Prince George, BC V2L 3B3 Branch Office: 118C N. First Ave., Williams Lake, BC V2G 1Y8

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Management Skills for Supervisors Get ready for the next phase of your career! This program is ideal for new supervisors or managers, individuals interested in career advancement, and even experienced managers who want to add more tools to their toolbox.

Management Skills for Supervisors covers all the basic elements of supervision in a flexible format that makes it a convenient option for the working professional. Management Skills for Supervisors Part 1: Interpersonal Communication & Conflict Resolution CESS 151

26 hours

$580

offered three times: Oct 11—14/16   Tue—Fri   8:30—4:00 Feb 28 to Mar 3/17 Tue—Fri     8:30—4:00 Mar 2 to Apr 27/17   Thu        6:30—9:30 Stop dreading those difficult conversations and learn how to have successful conversations when it really matters. Begin by exploring two of the most common factors in miscommunication, then delve into concepts of motivation, intention, and perception. Understand your preferred conflict handling style, learn all five conflict handling styles and identify when to use them.

Develop listening, assertiveness, questioning, paraphrasing and feedback skills necessary to communicate clearly and effectively. Course materials are provided. Management Skills for Supervisors Part 2: Group Decision-Making and Problem-Solving Skills CESS 152

26 hours

$580

offered twice: Nov 22—25/16   Tue—Fri   8:30—4:00 Mar 28—31/17

Tue—Fri     8:30—4:00

Want a great team? Start by hiring the right people, and then manage their performance. This module will give you the tools you need to differentiate between an average applicant and an exceptional one! Learn what the three most challenging employee types are and how to conduct effective Performance Evaluations. We’ll also address two of the most frequent complaints from front-line employees. Learn the skills you need to conduct effective meetings, facilitate productive conversations, the different types of decisions leaders make and the level of employee input most appropriate for those decisions. Course materials are provided.

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Management Skills for Supervisors Part 3: Self-Management and Leadership Skill Development CESS 153

26 hours

Enquiry to extend on the concept of strengthbased leadership. Course materials are provided.

$580

offered twice: Jan 17—20/17   Tue—Fri     8:30—4:00 May 2—5/17            Tue—Fri   8:30—4:00 Effective leaders have a vision and are able to lead their teams through change and uncertainty. Learn how to manage stress, remain optimistic, effectively manage your time and leverage your strengths. In this module you will complete a number of inventories to explore your stress tolerance, leadership style, personality profile and strengths. Also explore the concept of Appreciative

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

Management Skills for Supervisors (MSS) Part 1, 2 & 3 are modularized for flexibility; take any module in any order. Take all three modules and receive credit for MGT 266, which may be used as an elective credit in business and university transfer programs. Note: As with all programming, MSS Part 2 & 3 rely on a minimum number of applicants to run.

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Microsoft Excel Level 1 CEMA 150 C01

15 hours

$294

offered twice: Oct 25 to Nov 22/16   Tue   Mar 2—30/17

6:00—9:00

Thu         6:00—9:00

Just imagine what you could do with a little help! Get a solid hands-on introduction to the world’s most popular spreadsheet software. By the end of the course you will be able to create and edit spreadsheets, construct cell data, use basic formulas, format worksheets, view and print worksheets and more! Microsoft Excel 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

Microsoft Office

Does your work require proficiency in Microsoft Office? Are you looking to differentiate yourself in a competitive job market? Advance your career and make your everyday tasks easier with Microsoft Office training.

Textbooks required

The courses assume that you have Microsoft Windows knowledge and experience with:

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• Using the taskbar • Using the start button • Using minimize, restore down/maximize, or close • Using the left and right mouse buttons appropriately • Navigating between files, folders, or drives • Using file management techniques Upon successful completion of each course, you will receive a Letter of Successful Completion from CNC.

Microsoft Excel 2013 Core Certification Guide. A USB drive is also required. Microsoft Excel Level 2 15 hours

$294

offered twice: Jan 10 to Feb 7/17      Tue         6:00—9:00 Apr 13 to May 11/17    Thu          6:00—9:00 If you have basic knowledge of Excel and are ready to stretch your wings, this course is for you! Learn how to work with intermediate to advanced functions for managing and auditing business reports in Microsoft Excel. By the end of the course you will be able to work with charts and graphics, use a variety of formulas, analyze, organize and share workbooks, present data visually, and more! Microsoft Excel 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

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Recommended Microsoft Excel—Level 1 or equivalent knowledge and experience.

Textbooks required Microsoft Excel 2013 Core Certification Guide. A USB drive is also required.

15 hours

$295

offered twice: Oct 24 to Nov 21/16   Mon   Apr 11 to May 9/17

Textbooks required Microsoft Word 2013 Core Certification Guide. A USB drive is also required. Microsoft Word Level 2

Microsoft Word Level 1 CEMA 125 C01

Microsoft Word 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

 6:00—9:00

Tue         6:00—9:00

This course will show you how to create and format business documents such as letters, forms, reports and newsletters in Microsoft Word. By the end of this course you will be able to create, save and close documents, manipulate text, format content and documents, work with tabs, print, create and manipulate tables, insert pictures and smart art and use citations and references.

CEMA 140 C01

15 hours

$295

offered twice: Jan 9 to Feb 6/17  

Mon  

 6:00—9:00

May 16 to Jun 13/17 Tue       6:00—9:00 Build on Microsoft Word Level 1 and gain intermediate skills to create more complex documents. By the end of the course you will be able to use tables, work with illustrations, create mass mailings, share documents, and more! Microsoft Word 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

Recommended Microsoft Word Level 1 or equivalent knowledge and experience.

Textbooks required Microsoft Word 2013 Core Certification Guide. A USB drive is also required.

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

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Microsoft Outlook CEMM 130 C01

15 hours

$294

offered twice: Nov 10 to Dec 8/16  Thu       6:00—9:00 Apr 12 to May 10/17 Wed

6:00—9:00

Are you overwhelmed by emails, meetings, and to-do lists? Enhance your efficiency and productivity with the power of Microsoft Outlook. Organize your email, navigate address books, use the calendar, manage tasks, use journals and notes, collaborate with other users, and customize Outlook. Microsoft Access Level 1 CEMA 155 C01

15 hours

$294

offered once: Jan 11 to Feb 8/17 

Microsoft Outlook 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

Textbooks required Wed       6:00—9:00

Begin using one of the most powerful tools for small to medium offices. This introductory course will teach the fundamentals of Microsoft Access databases and focuses on designing tables, selecting appropriate data types, and relating information logically. Produce the information needed for data driven decision making by learning how to retrieve and summarize specific data. Microsoft Access 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

Textbooks required Microsoft Access 2013 Certification Guide. A USB drive is also recommended.

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Certification Guide. A USB drive is also recommended. Microsoft PowerPoint CEMA 130

18 hours

$335

offered once: Jan 12 to Feb 16/17  Thu      6:00—9:00 A dynamic presentation can seal the deal! Learn how to create stunning presentations complete with formatted text, illustrations, charts, shapes, audio and video. Learn to use transitions and animations to keep audience interest or create self-running presentations, and create speaker notes. Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other versions.

Textbooks required Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 Certification Guide. A USB drive is also recommended.

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Professional Development

Recommended

CEMV 105

Textbooks required

Keyboarding skills and strong computer experience.

Computer Basics

18 hours

$304

AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required.

offered twice: Sep 29 to Oct 18/16 Tue, Thu   6:00—9:00 Feb 11 to 25/17

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Introduction to Sage 50 (Simply Accounting)

     9:00—4:00

Designed for beginners, this basic computer course will provide you with the necessary skills required to begin using those pesky computers without pulling your hair out. We will cover using Windows, creating documents, navigating the web, and working with email. Windows 7 will be used in this course – skills learned are transferable to other Windows operating systems. Introduction to AutoCAD CECD 150

33 hours

$610

offered once: Feb 2 to Mar 2/17

Tue, Thu

If you’re a professional in the field or simply interested in interior design, architecture, drafting, and/or engineering, this course is for you! Learn how to create and edit basic drawings in our 100% hands-on introductory AutoCAD course.

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24 hours

$406

offered once: Feb 1– 27/17

Mon, Wed

6:00—9:00

Not interested in our Bookkeeping Certificate but want to learn Sage 50 (Simply Accounting)? We’ll teach you how to accomplish basic accounting tasks. Begin with creating a company file and then enter transactions for the general ledger, accounts receivables, accounts payable, inventory, and capital expenses. This course will review some accounting fundamentals as they relate to the transaction at hand only. Please note that this course is not transferable towards the Bookkeeping Certificate.

6:00—9:00

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CEMS 151

Recommended Keyboarding skills, computer experience and a solid understanding of bookkeeping concepts.

Textbooks required Please check www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for the latest information. A USB drive is also required. •

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Business Communications Fundamentals CEWD 125

15 hours

$305

offered twice: Sep 22 to Oct 20/16 Thu   Mar 15–17/17

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6:00—9:00

Wed–Fri  9:30—3:30

Communication skills are essential to business success in any role. We will refresh basic writing concepts (such as spelling, grammar, and punctuation), review the most common business documents and communication methods and explore proofreading techniques. Learn about direct, indirect and persuasive messages, adapting messages for specific purposes and audiences, as well as written, electronic and oral communications. Course materials are provided.

Don’t see the course you want? We want to know! Call or email continuinged@cnc.bc.ca and tell us which courses we’ve overlooked. If we get enough interest, we’ll make it happen. Or check out our Custom Training options for your group. www.cnc.bc.ca/ce under the Customized Training tab.

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Artists & Students Quality Paints & Pastels Sketch Books Specialty Paper Canvas Brushes Painting Mediums “How To” Books Printing Supplies & Kits Drawing Supplies Portfolios Easels Scrapbooking Supplies

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with your employees through understanding them, strategic goal setting and your ability to listen. Course materials are provided. Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety CEWS 112

21 hours

$509

offered twice:

Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring CESS 158

7 hours

$203

offered once: Nov 16/16

Wed

8:30-4:30

Increasingly, organizations are seeing the benefits of coaching and mentoring as a way to develop individuals in line with organizational objectives. This course focuses on how to better coach your employees to higher performance.

Oct 18 to Nov 29/16

Tue

6:00—9:00

Mar 29 to May 10/17

Wed

 6:00—9:00

Develop skills and strategies for effective workplace health and safety programs. Learn how to implement and evaluate practices in the areas of health and safety, security and Workers’ Compensation. We will examine due diligence and the legal requirements that must be met for the health and safety of workers. Rating risks, recording plans and processes in workplace safety will be examined. You will examine topics from WHMIS, ergonomics, accident prevention, incident investigation and developing effective safety and emergency response plans to Wellness and the OSH Culture of a worksite.

Coaching is a process of relationship building, setting goals and creating action plans. How well you coach is directly related to how well you’re able to foster a great working relationship

Textbooks required

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Management of Occupational Health & Safety. Additional course materials will be provided.

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Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict CNC Continuing Education is proud to partner with the Justice Institute of British Columbia to offer their Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict. This certificate is comprised of 11 days of face-to-face training that will teach you how to recognize, understand and resolve conflict more effectively, and build more productive relationships with clients and colleagues.

Who Should Take This Associate Certificate

Anyone wishing to learn more about the process and practice of collaborative conflict resolution within the specific context of workplace conflict.

Learning Objectives

You will first learn the foundations of collaborative conflict resolution with a focus on self-awareness in conflict. You will then apply this understanding and knowledge in a problem solving/negotiation setting. More complex situations in group dynamics will then be explored and finally you will apply analytical skills to a variety of conflict intervention approaches in a workplace setting. Your learning will culminate in a written and practical assessment of your learning, skills and abilities.

How to register Online: • • • • •

Visit https://catalogue.jibc.ca Use the search bar to search for your course by course number (e.g CRES 1101) Select your course from the list Scroll down to find the Prince George offering and applicable dates Click on the “Register” button to proceed with registering

By phone: • Call JIBC toll-free at 1-877-528-5591

Assessment: Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict The integrative assessment component for the Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict is a mail-in assessment that consists of a recording of a written preparation for intervening in a workplace conflict, a recording of a role-play of a workplace intervention, a written self-evaluation of the role-play and a written reflection on personal learning in the Associate Certificate. You must be registered in the Associate Certificate program and have already completed the courses to register for the assessment. To register for the assessment, please contact the JIBC directly at 1-888-865-7764 local 5825 OR send an email to: ccrassessments@jibc.ca Register now: 250-561-5801

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Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus

Resolving Conflict in Groups Level 1: EffectiveTeam Dynamics

CRES 1101

CRES 1210

21 hours

14 hours

offered twice:

offered once:

Oct 26—28/16     Wed—Fri       8:30—4:30

Nov 28—29/16    Mon—Tue      8:30—4:30

Jan 25—27/17

Wed—Fri

8:30—4:30

This foundation course offers you effective and practical tools for resolving conflicts collaboratively in the workplace. Through examination of the sources of conflict attitudes and beliefs, conflict styles, and the role of assumptions and emotions, you will gain an overview of conflict dynamics and collaboration strategies. This highly participatory course emphasizes self-awareness and understanding through structured exercises and simulations. A DVD will be provided for you to record your roleplay on the final day of the course. Course materials are provided.

Negotiation Skills Level 1 CRES 1170

21 hours

offered once: Mar 8—10/17      Wed—Fri        8:30—4:30 Learn to prepare for negotiations, assess your alternatives, build a climate of collaboration, get beyond stubborn positioning and develop agreements that work for both sides. Traditional approaches to negotiation promote competitive tactics, often resulting in unsatisfactory outcomes for one or both negotiators. Collaborative or interest-based negotiation aims for agreements that respond to the interests of both parties. Emphasis is on skill development through simulated negotiations assisted by trained coaches. A DVD will be provided for you to record your role-playing exercise on the final day of the course.

Admission Requirements Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus (CRES 1101). Course materials are provided.

Conflict in a team situation is challenging and team members need strategies for positive resolutions. As an effective team member, you need to identify the dynamics at play in the team and learn and practice strategies for intervening to move the group towards resolution. Through role-play, case analysis and discussion, you will build your understanding of group role functions and problematic behaviours that interfere with the function of the team. You will practice a collaborative conflict resolution process.

Admission Requirements Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus (CRES 1101). Course materials are provided.

Resolving Conflict on the Front Line: Demonstrating Leadership at Work CRES 1200

21 hours

offered once: Apr 19—21/17    Wed—Fri       8:30—4:30 All members of organizations are expected and often required to handle workplace conflicts effectively, yet this can be a challenging task. Participants will learn how to assess workplace conflict, determe whether a collaborative process or a more formal intervention process is needed and choose the best intervention approach by analyzing workplace conflicts, using a collaborative process and intervening as a third party. You will learn to demonstrate leadership in addressing conflict in ways that move all people involved towards mutually agreeable solutions.

Admission Requirements Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus (CRES 1101) and Negotiation Skills Level 1 (CRES 1170). Course materials are provided.

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

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CNC's very own Red Seal Chef, Mandy Newcomb, led our "Summer Cooking Camp for Kids" on an international culinary adventure. Their tatsebuds were taken on a journey through Mexico, Greece, Italy and Japan. The kids learned everything from creating their own seasonings, how to roll perfect sushi, making spanakopita to knife skills, kitchen safety and how to properly use a stove. The summer camp ended with a little friendly competition where the kids put their skills and experience to the test. Chef Mandy was inspired at just nine years old from watching TV shows like Jacques Pepin and Julia Child. She has worked in all aspects of the food service industry from dishwasher prep cook, line cook, pastry chef, sous chef, executive chef, server and manager, in just about all types of food service establishments you can imagine; a small ma and pa diner, hotel, catering, tea house, golf club, casino, fine dining restaurant and pub. Chef Mandy's passion lies in creativity and applying her modern, healthy take on versions of food influenced by European traditions.


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General interest Photography

Introduction to Digital Cameras .............. 20 Using Your DSLR to Create Great Images ......................................... 20

For the Kids

At Home Alone & First Aid ...................... 21 Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids .................................................. 21

Babysitter’s Course ............................... 22 Advanced Computer Programming for Kids ................................................. 22 Kids’ Wellness Day  ............................... 22 Photography and Digital Cameras for Kids ................................................. 22

Online Learning .................................. 23

The Summer Cooking Camp for Kids was an impromptu coordination. Don't miss out on another summer camp with CNC Continuing Education! Sign up to recieve our newlsetter at www.cnc.bc.ca/ce Registration recommended two weeks in advance

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This course also covers impact, creativity, style, composition, presentation, color balance, center of interest, lighting, subject matter, print quality, technique and storytelling.

Introduction to Digital Cameras CEEX 123

18 hours

$203+GST

General Interest

offered twice: Oct 26 to Nov 23/16 Nov 19/16

Wed Sat

  6:30—9:30 1:30—4:30

Mar 29 to Apr 26/17 Apr 22/17

 Wed Sat

 6:30—9:30 1:30—4:30

To produce the best photos, it is crucial to understand how your digital camera records images. This course covers terminology and operations of the digital camera and is designed for the novice digital camera user who wants to understand how the camera works.

“SEE” as a photographer, know your camera and take better images!

Recommended Good working knowledge of your DSLR camera.

Supplies Personal digital camera. It is strongly recommended that you bring a USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual.

Hands-on assignments will familiarize you with your camera controls.

Supplies Personal digital camera. It is strongly recommended that you bring a USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual. Using Your DSLR to Create Great Images CEEX 110

24 hours

$405+GST

offered twice: Nov 2 to Dec 7/16   Wed Nov 16 & Nov 30/16   Sat

  6:30—9:30 1:30—4:30

Photoshop for Beginners

Apr 27 to Jun 15/17 May 13 & May 27/17

   6:30—9:30    1:30—4:30

offered once:

Wed Sat

Develop your already artistic nature and take your skills to the next level! We will cover all the major aspects of photography - film speed, metering, camera use, exposure triangle, depth of field, modes, manual use, gear, posing, flash, leading lines, and the power of the thirds.

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TBA 000

15 hours

Feb 9 to Mar 9/17

$225+GST Thu

6:00—9:00

Image editing is an important part of digital photography and is key to expanding your creative abilities as a photographer, whatever level you are at. This course will cover some basics in image editing and working with Photoshop and its functions including adjustment layers that allow you to repair and enhance images, image layers Registration recommended two weeks in advance


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that help with cutting things out of the photo background or removing an unwanted object and retouching basics. Hands-on examples will familiarize you with this program. You should bring in approximately 20 digital photos you would like to work on for the course project.

For the Kids At Home Alone & First Aid 8 hours

$75+GST

offered once: Sep 30/16

Fri

8:30—4:30

Important skills are learned through interactive lessons and role-play that help make you and your parents more confident when you’re at home alone. The first aid section will teach you how to check for safety at home and in the community, safely respond to medical emergencies and care for an injured person. Includes student handbook.

CEDV 110

8 hours

$79+GST

offered once: Oct 21/16

Fri

8:30—4:30

Join us for an introduction to computer programming with an emphasis on game design, interactive animations and storytelling. With computer software, we will ease into object-oriented programming concepts using stackable code blocks to cover topics such as loops, conditionals, events, motion and more.

Admission requirements For ages 10-12. Must be 10 years of age by the day of the course.

Supplies Bring your own lunch and snacks.

Admission requirements For ages 9-12. Must be 9 years of age by the day of the course.

Supplies Bring a clean empty 2L pop bottle, a doll or stuffed animal and your own lunch and snacks.

Advanced Computer Programming for Kids CEDV 110

8 hours

$79+GST

offered once: Jan 30/17

Mon

  8:30—4:30

Building on introductory computer and video game programming topics, participants will Registration recommended two weeks in advance

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CEFA 116

Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids


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delve further into coding, app development, animation and website creation.

methods, art, physical activity and will address nutrition and living a healthy balanced lifestyle.

Admission requirements

Admission requirements

For ages 10-12. Recommended for students who want a little more challenge than CNC’s Intro to Computer Programming for Kids Pro-D day course.

For ages 10-12. Must be 10 years of age by the day of the course.

Supplies Bring your own lunch and snacks.

Supplies Bring your own lunch and snacks and a yoga mat if you have one. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a water bottle.

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Babysitter’s Course CEFA 116

8 hours

$75+GST

offered once: Dec 5/16

Mon

  8:30—4:30

After successfully completing the Babysitter’s Course, you will be a confident, prepared, professional, safe and in-demand babysitter! This course will increase confidence and provide the hands-on experience and skills needed to be a great babysitter. You will receive a handbook, certificate of completion, wallet card and a mini first aid kit.

Admission requirements

Photography & Digital Cameras for Kids

For ages 9-12. Must be 9 years of age by the day of the course.

CEFA 116

Supplies

Jun 5/17

Bring a doll or stuffed animal and your own lunch and snacks. Kids’ Wellness Day CEFA 116

8 hours

$79+GST

offered once: Apr 28/17

Fri

8:30—4:30

Join us for a day learning how to focus on your own personal wellness. The day will include children’s yoga, relaxation and mindfulness

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8 hours

$79+GST

offered once: Mon

8:30—4:30

Learn basics of photography so you can creatively capture the details in the world around you. The day will start with learning how to use personal cameras and composition basics. There will be fun activities and an opportunity to shoot a variety of subjects, from landscapes to sports, to portraits.

Admission requirements For ages 9-12. Must be 9 years of age by the day of the course. Must have a digital camera.

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Supplies Bring your own lunch and snacks and your digital camera with some extra batteries and any accessories you may want to use.

Online Learning

These online options are affordable, fun, convenient and tap into expert instructors from around the globe. Ready to explore our course catalogue? Check out our online instruction centre at www.ed2go.com/cncpg for courses starting every month!

How to get started • Visit our online instruction centre at www.ed2go.com/cncpg • Click “View Catalogue” at the top left, “Browse Catalogue” on the side bar or enter a course name in the Search for Courses bar at the top middle. (The search function will look for an exact match in either the title or description so ensure you have your spelling correct.) • Use “Sort by” either relevance or A-Z to make it easier to scan the courses. • Select the course you are interested in. Read the Syllabus to discover what is covered. • Ensure you have the necessary requirements. • Click “Enroll Now”, select the start date and follow the instructions to enroll and pay for the course.

Note: Ed2Go courses are not for-credit courses and are provided for general interest only.

Some examples of online offerings include:

Accounting and Finance • Crystal Reports • Quickbooks • Stocks and Bonds General Interest

We offer a wide range of highly interactive, non-credit courses that you can take entirely over the internet. Attend class in the comfort of your own home or office. Once you’re registered, all you have to do is log into your online classroom, read your lessons, communicate with your instructor and fellow students and complete quizzes and assignments.

• When your course starts, return to the website and click on “My Classroom” at the top to log in with your email ID and the password you set up during enrollment.

Business • Grant and Proposal Writing • Working in Nonprofit • Writing Courses

Computer Applications • • • •

The Adobe Suite Digital Scrapbooking Lightroom Keyboarding

Health Care and Medical • Holistic and Integrative Health • Natural Health and Healing • Optical Assistant

For the Classroom • Classroom Discipline • Inclusive Classroom • Teaching Math, Science and Writing

Languages • French • Japanese • Spanish

Web Design • CSS3 and HTML5 • Web Pages • WordPress AND SO MUCH MORE!

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DID YOU KNOW? The Community Education department at CNC creates opportunities for marginalized individuals to access education and job training through government funding and support of community partners. As funding sources change so do our program offerings. We are constantly evolving as we strive to meet the needs of the people and communities we serve.


This year Community Education received funding to run the following programs: Working in Natural Gas - This 6 week program prepared students to work in the Natural Gas industry. 4 weeks were spent with local experts gaining industry knowledge, building career awareness and obtaining pertinent certifications. The group then received 2 weeks of job coaching to help identify transferrable skills. Some students moved on to trades and other programs at CNC while the remainder found employment. Construction Industry Training - This program provided 16 students with the skills to work in the construction industry. In addition to completing 11 workplace certificates, this crew developed technical skills in plumbing, carpentry and electrical training. Community involvement in this program provided students opportunities to connect with employers throughout the industry. Heavy Equipment Operator Training - Launched with funding from Project Based Training through the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training. Partnering with Nahanni Construction, we had an intake of 12 participants who received theory and hands-on training on heavy equipment. Students were able to log over 200 hours of experience, enabling them to graduate with a strong resume for Heavy Equipment Operator jobs. Aboriginal in Trades Training - This program was set up to increase access to our foundation trades training programs. Students spent a week on campus prior to their program start where they brushed up on their prerequisite skills, began planning for employment and connected to support services at CNC. Reintegration Industry Readiness Training - Delivered in partnership with Correctional Service Canada, this program provided 16 individuals the opportunity to immerse themselves in the college experience. Through 21 different workplace certificates the cohort was able to build on their existing knowledge and skills to prepare them for occupation in trades-related industry. If you are unemployed and not on EI, working less than 20 hours a week or have less than a grade 12 education, you may qualify for upcoming Community Education Courses. We invite you to add your name to our interest list by going to the community education website via http://ow.ly/ZTTrQ (please see left side menu "Interest List Sign-Up" form).


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Penny Jones is a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and a Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practictioner. She completed her training in England and worked in Winterton Psychiatric Hospital from 1985 until her return to Prince George, BC in 1992. Penny then joined the Prince George BC branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association serving as Coordinator of Housing and Outreach services and has been employed with Northern Health since 2003. Penny uses her skills in various leadership roles to reshape Residential Mental Health Services and present to audiences, both large and small, across the province. Her style is thought provoking, humerous, anecdotal and loud... in a good way. She considers herself an educational entertainer and believes in the power of laughter, both as a motivator and as an agent of health. Penny teaches the Certificate in Community Health program.

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Programs Certificate in Community Mental Health

Introduction to Mental Health   ................. 28 Psychosocial Rehabilitation  .................... 29

Certified Life Skills Coach Training   .......... 29 Dental Office Receptionist   ...................... 30 Medical Device Reprocessing Technician ............................................ 30 Medical Office Assistant (MOA) ............... 31

care Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Certificate  ........................................... 33

Courses Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Course ..................................... 33 Medical Terminology Classroom    ............................................ 33 Online   ................................................... 34

Professional Development

Nursing Unit Clerk/Assistant Certificate  ............................................ 32

Advanced Foot Care Certificate .......... 34 Billing for Medical Office Assistants    .... 34 Breastfeeding Course ......................... 35

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Certificate in Community Mental Health

Introduction to Mental Health

Part-time

Sept 14 to Dec 21/16

Wed

Starts September

And every second

 Sat

please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details

Strengthen your knowledge and skill base with an Introduction to Community Mental Health.

The Certificate in Community Mental Health, offered in partnership with Douglas College, consists of two courses, Introduction to Mental Health and Psychosocial Rehabilitation. This certificate is for those wishing to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of mental health as well as earn a college credential in Mental Health. Philosophy, principles, and practice in the program are based on recovery using the Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) approach. The courses can be taken separately providing prerequisites are met.

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Note: Individuals with limited or no experience

in mental health must start with Introduction to Mental Health. Health care workers with current experience in mental health disorders, the mental health system, best practices in mental health and person-centered practice may be able to challenge the Introduction to Mental Health component and move directly to Psychosocial Rehabilitation.

CECX 120

94 hours

$1625

offered once: 6:00—9:30   8:30—4:30

Explore the best practices to mental health care through learning activities that encompass grounded theory, new developments in the field, problem solving and group interaction. Discover the philosophy and values that direct care. Learn about disorders that constitute serious and persistent mental illness, person-centered practice, and how to facilitate communication, behaviour management, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention®, in the mental health system through evidence-based practice.

Textbooks required Communications in Nursing 7th Edition.

Admission requirements 1. Successful completion of English 12 with a minimum grade of C. This course qualifies for a payment plan. Contact us to make arrangements prior to registration.

Prince George branch 1503 Ogilvie St. 250.564.7773 AUTOMOTI V E • RESIDENTIA L • COMMERCIA L • INDUS TRIA L

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) CECX 121

120 hours

$1930

offered once: Jan 18 to Apr 5/17

Wed

And every second

Sat

6:00—9:00   9:00—4:00

Focus on the concept of recovery and learn how to use the psychosocial rehabilitation approach to keep a person with mental illness at the centre of all interventions. PSR is grounded in the notion of recovery and empowerment for people with severe and persistent mental illness. Learn core concepts of psychiatric rehabilitation models and methods to develop key competencies for working in a psychiatric rehabilitation environment. This course includes both theory and a 45hour practicum.

Textbooks required Communications in Nursing 7th Edition and Psychiatric Rehabilitation 2nd Edition.

Admission requirements

2. Current criminal record check. The cost of the criminal records check is the responsibility of the student. 3. Current CPR C. This course qualifies for a payment plan. Contact us to make arrangements prior to registration.

Part-time

Starts October please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Prepare for a career in social services, career counselling, education, human resources, rehabilitation or as a consultant or trainer. This 240 hour program includes 140 hours of classroom training and a 100 hour practicum. Based on the Saskatchewan New Start model, you will gain the knowledge to effectively coach groups and individuals. Learn to identify your own learning style, apply problem solving strategies, understand group development, adapt to different group and client needs, and refine your presentation skills. Upon successful completion, you will receive a certificate of completion from the College of New Caledonia and be eligible to become a member of the Canadian Alliance of Life Skills Coaches and Associations (CALSCA). The theory portion of this program is offered over eight weekend sessions (every second weekend). A detailed schedule will be provided.

Admission requirements 1. Grade 12 or equivalent reading ability. 2. In-person or telephone interview. 3. A completed questionairre. 4. Copy of current resume. 5. Personal autobiography. 6. Three character references. This course qualifies for a payment plan. Contact us to make arrangements prior to registration.

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1. Introduction to Mental Health (CECX 120) or health professional with current documented experience in the mental health field.

Certified Life Skills Coach Training Program


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Dental Office Receptionist CEDR 150

60 hours

$810

offered once: Sep 29 to Dec 6/16 Tue, Thu

6:00—9:00

Want a rewarding and challenging career in a dental office as a vital member of the team? Learn about the role of the dental office receptionist. To include dental terminology and anatomy, telephone and customer etiquette, tooth identification and numbering, dental records management, dental insurance and billing procedures, appointment scheduling and working with current dental fee guides. You will receive training on Power Practice software which will give you specialized and transferable skills. Successful completion of this course gives students two credits in the selection process for the CNC Dental Assistant program.

Textbooks required

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Dental Office Administration - Sandie Baillargeon.

Admission requirements 1. Grade 10 or equivalent.

Medical Device Reprocessing Technician CESP 100

540 hours

TBA

offered once: Feb 1 to May 23/17

Mon—Fri

Various

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Northern BC will prepare you to work in a sterile supply processing department. To ensure you understand principles related to decontamination, assembly, sterilization, storage and distribution in a sterile supply area we’ve combined 140 hours of online theory and 400 hours of clinical experience. The curriculum of this program is based on principles of problem-based learning and apprenticeship. You’re introduced to the theoretical principles and concepts of medical device reprocessing through theory components. Practical skills are then developed by applying those principles in a clinical setting under the guidance of an instructor.

Admission requirements 1. Grade 12 or equivalent. 2. Proof of English language proficiency or English 12 with a minimum C+. 3. Medical Terminology (CEOA 154, MEDT 100) or equivalent, taken within 5 years of application date. 4. Interpersonal Communication Skills course (or equivalent). This program qualifies for a payment plan. Contact us to make arrangements prior to registration. Registration recommended two weeks in advance


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Note: You must have an absence of health

problems which may affect ability to lift, stand for long periods or perform repetitive movements and an absence of allergies to substances on the skin. This is a physically demanding job. You must be able to lift at least 25lbs. This program is not recommended for women who are pregnant, individuals with chronic back injuries or individuals with chronic skin conditions.

Medical Office Training Part-time Starts January please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details

specialized software, and Medical Office Information System (MOIS) used throughout the north in public and private clinics. This course will be divided into two sections. 81 hours will consist of: • Electronic medical record - MOIS training. • Medical office infection control and medical ethics. • Assisting the physician with specific examinations, procedures and linking with external providers and treatment facilities. • Personal conduct and patient care. • Appointments. • Basic reception skills, appointment scheduling, telephone techniques. • Office organization and procedures.

The Medical Office Assistant (MOA) plays an important role in the medical office team. For those new to the medical office environment the best place to receive training is the Medical Office Assistant (MOA) course. MOA’s perform administrative and clinical tasks to ensure offices and clinics of physicians, chiropractors, podiatrists and other health professionals run smoothly.

42 hours will be dedicated to the complex billing requirements.

Duties can vary from office to office depending on location, size and specialty.

Course materials provided.

CEOA 150

123 hours

$1505

offered once: Jan 16 to Apr 12/17 Mon, Wed 6:00—9:00 Sat  9:00—4:00

• Private billing and billing for MSP, WorkSafe BC, ICBC and RCMP. • Using correct fee and diagnostic codes to maximize the billing opportunities. • Submissions to Teleplan. Health Care

Medical Office Assistant (MOA)

The topics will include:

Admission requirements 1. Medical Terminology (CEOA 154, MEDT 100) or equivalent.

Recommended Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel.

Note: MOIS training can be taken separately as

You will receive a combination of classroom and computer lab time as well as hands-on clinical training in areas such as routine tests and exams. In addition, you will receive training on

Professional Development training for already working MOA’s. Please see page 34.

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Nursing Unit Clerk/Assistant Certificate CENR 170

405 hours

$4583

offered once: Theory: Nov 15/16 to Aug 5/17 Tue, Thu   6:00—9:00 Sat     9:00—12:00 Practicum: Sep 5 to Nov 10/17 Various This certificate is recognized by Northern Health as a requirement for individuals interested in working as nursing unit clerks in most health care facilities.

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The nursing unit clerk/assistant is the first point of contact on the ward and deals with all enquiries and medical requisitions from family, other medical professionals and departments. You will learn hospital procedures and processes and work with many of the forms used in the hospital setting. This 405-hour program includes 255 hours of classroom instruction and up to 150 hours of practical experience where you will have the opportunity to work alongside a nursing unit clerk/ assistant to put your new skills into practice.

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As a graduate from this program you will be able to: • Communicate effectively with patients, visitors and other members of the health care agency. • Understand and be able to work within the stated policies and procedures of the health care agency. • Function effectively in a fast-paced often hectic environment. • Understand the health care agency, the various departments, their functions and how they interact with each other. • Process physicians orders and requests. • Identify, pronounce and spell names of commonly used drugs or procedures performed in the health care agency. • Perform clerical skills relating to the health care agency unit and patient chart records. • Be familiar with commonly used abbreviations and symbols. • Perform standard receptionist duties.

Admission requirements 1. Medical Terminology (CEOA 154, MEDT 100) or equivalent. 2. Successful completion of English 11 or English 045 or equivalent. 3. Keyboarding speed of 35 wpm or higher (free test through Centre for Student Success after you have applied to program).

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Note: Familiarity with a Windows operating

system environment is strongly recommended. Prior to the practicum component, you will be required to fulfill Northern Health immunization and criminal record check requirements. This program is offered on a part-time basis on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and every second Saturday. This program is subject to College fees (which have been included in this price). This program qualifies for a payment plan. Contact us to make arrangements prior to registration.

Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Certificate The PCP certificate will not be offered in Prince George 2016/17. The next offering will be January 2, 2018. Applications will be accepted approximately 6 months prior to the start date. Admission requirements 1. Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course.

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Course offered once:

In addition, many graduates have used their training as an excellent foundation for continued studies in other areas of health care such as nursing, respiratory therapy, kinesiology, occupational therapy, and even medical school. It is a prerequisite for the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) program. Visit https://catalogue.jibc.ca and search for PARA-1050 to register. For further assistance visit www.jibc.ca/registration/ways-register, email register@jibc.ca or call 604-528-5590 (toll-free 1-877-528-5591). Medical Terminology (Classroom-based Delivery) MEDT 100

3 credits (45 hours)

$545

offered three times: Sep 8 to Dec 15/16

Thu

 6:00—9:00

Jan 19 to Apr 27/17   Thu

  6:00—9:00

May 11 to Jun 29/17  Thu

  6:00—9:00

This course examines the basic fundamentals of medical terminology in both the written and the spoken forms. Mastery of word parts and word building skills will aid the student in

Jan 14 to Mar 4/17 Sat—Sun 8:30—4:30 The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course (PARA-1050) offered in partnership with the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) provides fundamental medical training for anyone entering the health care field. While focusing on developing the skills needed to respond to trauma and medical emergencies, it also includes the fundamentals of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology and medical terminology. Registration recommended two weeks in advance

VOLUNTEER & STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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Memberships | Child Care Fitness Classes | Sports Leagues Recreation Programs

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Visit www.jibc.ca/pcp for full program details and an application package.

The EMR course equips you with the necessary skills to gain employment in a broad-range of areas including ambulance services, fire departments, police, ski patrol, lifeguarding, search and rescue, and military.


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understanding medical terminology and anatomical relations. The use of terms to describe or identify diseases, disorders, various medical procedures, and abnormalities, as well as the use of appropriate medical abbreviations will also be studied. Medical Terminology will give you a solid foundation for our Medical Office Assistant course, Nursing Unit Clerk program or Medical Device Reprocessing Technician program.

Recommended 1. Strong English skills and the ability to handle a challenging workload.

Textbooks required Medical Terminology: A Living Language. Medical Terminology (Online - Monthly Intake) MEDT 100

3 credits

$545

This online course covers the same great content as our classroom-based Medical Terminology course, but allows you to do it from the comfort of your own home. You will have 30 weeks from the day you register to complete. Health Care

Recommended 1. Strong English skills and the ability to handle a challenging workload.

Textbooks required Medical Terminology: A Living Language.

Professional Development

This CNC course is open only to licensed and practicing nurses: LPNs, RNs and RPNs. Learn foot care skills and best practices needed to provide safe, competent foot care in a private practice or health care setting. You will learn to assess and practice Foot Care on elderly and high-risk clients, including those with diabetes and other health conditions. This 7-day, 52 hour course includes theory, self-study and extensive clinical experience. Spaces are limited!

Admission requirements 1. Must be a licensed, practicing LPN, RN or RPN.

Supplies Approximately $550 in specialized equipment is required. A complete supply list will be provided to registered students.

Textbooks required

Advanced Foot Care for Nurses

Art and Science of Foot Care: A Clinical Resource for Nurses in Canada - Cindy Lazenby. Billing for Medical Office Assistants

CEBX 107

CEOA 152

54 hours

$1149

offered twice: Oct 20—26/16

$515

offered once: Thu—Wed

8:30—4:30

Apr 27—May 3/17 Thu—Wed

    8:30—4:30

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Feb 18 to Mar 11/17 Mon, Wed  6:00—9:00 Sat  9:00—4:00

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As a working MOA, you know there are complex billing requirements. This course will teach you how to work with the MOIS system and appropriately bill for services provided.

breastfeeding assessment, support and management, historical and cultural perspectives, breastfeeding advantages, nutrition during lactation, common challenges, and much more.

The topics will include:

This course has been approved by Lactation Education Accreditation and Approval Review Committee (LEAARC) and provides all of the course hours needed to write the IBCLC exam.

• Private billing and billing for MSP, WorkSafe BC, ICBC and RCMP. • Using correct fee and diagnostic codes to maximize the billing opportunities. • Submissions to Teleplan.

Admission requirements 1. Currently working as a Medical Office Assistant. Individuals not currently working as an MOA but with previous experience may qualify.

Recommended Good working knowledge of Microsoft Word. Breastfeeding Course CECX 169

77 hours

$719

offered once: May 27 to Jun 24/17 Jun 11/17

Sat   Thu

9:00—4:00 9:00—4:00

This course (Douglas College’s BCHP 400 course) transfers to UNBC for three elective credits in the Northern Collaborative Baccalaureate Nursing Program (there may be a fee payable to Douglas College to have your transcripts sent to UNBC).

Supplies You will receive a binder of resource materials, student notes and other course material on the first day of class.

Textbooks required Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple A Guide for Helping Mothers – Nancy Mohrbacher.

CAREERS IN HEALTH CARE? At CBI Health Group, our staff feel a sense of joy and happiness from helping other people who truly need it.

want to join our team? email: careersBC@cbi.ca more information? check out www.cbi.ca

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In Partnership with Douglas College this course is for individuals working with breastfeeding families, nursing students and community members interested in supporting breastfeeding. This comprehensive course covers all aspects of

It includes 39 hours of classroom instruction, 38 hours of various observation experiences (arranged by CNC), journaling, readings from the course textbook and selected websites, a group project assignment and presentation, a midterm and a final exam. Attendance is extremely important. You will be expected to attend all classroom hours and sign up for and attend the minimum number of observation hours.


Andrew Menu is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional, a Certified Utility Safety Professional, and a Provincial Instructor’s Diploma Program graduate. With over 20 years experience working in the industries of Northern BC and Alberta, Andrew has a wide array of experiences from concrete construction to high voltage power lines. Andrew is a partner at Practical Safety Management, a local company that provides industry safety and compliance training as well as Health Safety and Environment consulting. He provides a very practical and effective perspective to both students and clients. Andrew is continually seeking ways to develop and improve both his instructional methods and course material, as well as seeking ways to improve trades apprenticeship training to First Nations in remote locations and communities across BC. Andrew teaches a variety of trades related programming for Community & Continuing Education.


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Trades

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Courses

Air Conditioning Basics   ..................... 39 CFC/HCFC/HFC Control and Recovery ........................................... 39 Designated Inspection Facility (DIF) Operator Training ....................... 40 Traffic Control Certification  ................. 40 Vehicle Inspection Endorsement  ........ 41

Exam Preparation Electrical Field Safety Representative (FSR) ........................... 42

Registration recommended two weeks in advance

Review for Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Red Seal Exam ................. 42 Review for Carpentry Red Seal Exam    ................................................. 42

Skills for the Workplace AC Fundamentals (Online) .................. 42 BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals (Online) ........................ 43 DC Fundamentals (Online) .................. 43 Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety   ......................................... 43

CNC Testing Centre ASTTBC Fire Protection Challenge Exams    ............................................... 44

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Post-Diploma in Information Technology Full-time Fall, spring and intersession semesters 24 months (including work placement) please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Information technology (IT) as defined by the Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) is the study, design, development, implementation, support, or management of computer-based information systems, particularly software applications and computer hardware. The Post-Diploma in Information Technologies allows you to obtain industry-recognized certification in: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA2) CompTIA3 A+, Project+, Server+ CFOT 4 MCP5 ETA LINUX (CompTIA) CWSP (Certified Wireless Security Professional) • CWNA (Certified Wireless Network Administrator)

Trades & Technology

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Admission requirements 1. At minimum, successful completion of a two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution or equivalent in either Computer Science or Business Information Technologies within the past five years, or be able to demonstrate equivalent experience to the satisfaction of the instructor(s). 2. Students whose first language is not English must have a minimum TOEFL score of 550 (PBT), 213 (CBT), 80 (IBT), or a 6.0 IELTS score or have successfully completed Level 4, English for Academic Purposes at CNC. Students will be admitted on a first qualified, first accepted basis. There is three intakes a year.

Program outline The required courses are: COM100 Fundamentals of Business PDIT 302 Computer Systems Hardware and Electronics PDIT 303 Computer Operating Systems PDIT 304 Windows Enterprise OS PDIT 306 Data Cable Installation and Management PDIT 308 Project Management PDIT 324 Certified Wireless Technology Specialist

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PDIT 326 PDIT 328 PDIT 330 PDIT 332 PDIT 340 PDIT 376 PDIT 377 PDIT 378 PDIT 379 PDIT 390

Wireless Security (CWSP) Wireless Network Administration Microsoft Network Software Enterprise Servers (Linux/Novell) Professional Development CCNA Introduction to Networks Routing and Switching Essentials Scaling Networks Connecting Networks Work Term Placement

Graduation requirements A minimum “C+” grade on each course is required to successfully complete the PDIT program.

Air Conditioning Basics CEAC 150

12 hours

$311

offered once: Jun 8—9/17

Thu—Fri

2:00—8:00

This course includes the principles of air conditioning systems, refrigerant theory and handson experience using automotive air conditioning equipment. You will also cover proper diagnosis, servicing techniques and recycling, charging and handling of refrigerants.

Recommended CFC Certification. CFC/HCFC/HFC Control and Recovery Certificate CEAA 121

8 hours

$209

offered once: Jun 2/17 Fri 8:00—4:30 Properly handle CFC/HCFC/HFC equipment and materials and comply with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Based on Environment Canada’s “Code of Practice for Reducing CFC Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems,” it’s required for those involved in all automotive, RV, residential, commercial and industrial applications (including auto wreckers) where CFCs are involved.

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Participants who successfully complete the course and achieve 75% on the exam will receive a certificate from the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI).

Textbooks required CFC/HCFC/HFC Manual.

This training is recognized by Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement (CVSE) and is a requirement for all new facility operators as a condition of licensing. This course will provide you with the required knowledge to effectively participate in the Vehicle Inspection Program through CVSE and ensure that all vehicles inspected at your facility meet all applicable safety standards for highway use.

Admission requirements Any authorized inspector or current facility operator may take this course. A DIF operator is the person designated or directly responsible for the day-to-day business operations of the facility (may or may not be an owner). A facility operator is not required to be an authorized vehicle inspector nor a journeyman level mechanic.

Textbooks required Vehicle Inspection Manual (no older than 2 years) and Motor Vehicle Act Regulations. Designated Inspection Facility (DIF) Operator Training CECV 150

8 hours

$239

offered once: Oct 15/16 Sat 8:00—4:30

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This course will provide DIF operators an awareness and working knowledge of applicable Motor Vehicle Act regulations and Vehicle Inspection Program requirements.

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Traffic Control Certification CODE TBD

16 hours

$529

offered once: Mar 8—9/17

Wed, Thu

8:00—4:30

This course is required for those monitoring, controlling and directing traffic in and around maintenance and construction zones. It provides in-depth coverage of the skills and

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information needed to become a qualified traffic control person. Successful completion of class participation and examination result in a British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) certificate valid for three years. Students spend two days gaining practical experience and knowledge with a qualified instructor. Successful participants must pass a written exam and practical evaluation. Graduates earn proof of completion training documentation and become part of a provincial database that documents trainers and Traffic Control Persons.

Supplies Students are required to wear Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approved steel toed boots that are at least 6 inches high. Books and other supplies are provided.

Vehicle Inspection Endorsement CECV 150

27 hours

$617

offered twice: Oct 3—7/16

Mon—Fri

4:30—10:00

Jun 19—23/17

Mon—Fri

4:30—10:00

Train to inspect and certify autos, motorcycles, commercial transport and heavy equipment to BC government safety standards. Upon successful completion of the exam, you will receive a Commercial Vehicle Safety and Enforcement endorsement, which will be attached to your current ticket.

Admission requirements You must hold either a 4th year apprentice or TQ in the heavy duty, automotive or commercial transport industries to receive provincial certification. Those seeking motorcycle endorsements must demonstrate graduation from an acceptable training program.

Textbooks required Vehicle Inspection Manual (no older than 2 years) and Motor Vehicle Act Regulations.

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Exam Preparation

Recommended

Electrical Field Safety Representative (FSR) CEEL 140

51 hours

$713

Textbooks required Millwright Manual of Instruction.

offered twice: Oct 4—7/16 Oct 11—14/16

Tue—Fri Tue—Fri

8:30—4:00 8:30—4:00

Review for Carpentry Red Seal Exam

Feb 28—Mar 3/17 Tue—Fri Mar 7—10/17 Tue—Fri

8:30—4:00 8:30—4:00

offered once:

This 51-hour code refresher prepares qualified electricians to write their Field Safety Representative (A, B, or C ticket) exam. This course is also useful for electricians, technologists or engineers that want to refresh their knowledge and update their skills to the latest edition of code. Information pertaining to the eligibility requirements for writing the FSR exam (cost not included as part of this program) should be obtained from the BC Safety Authority website at www.safetyauthority.ca

Textbooks required Canadian Electrical Code current version. Additional course material will be supplied. Review for Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Red Seal Exam CEIP 178

70 hours

$1529

offered once: May 8—19/17

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Confirmation of your practical experience requirements with the ITA.

 Mon—Fri

8:00—4:00

In BC, an individual with extensive experience working in the Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) field can challenge the Red Seal certification. This course provides you with a comprehensive review of required theoretical knowledge and curriculum needed to prepare for the challenge exam.

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CEWD 134

70 hours

May 8—19/17

$1529

 Mon—Fri

8:00—4:00

This course provides you with a comprehensive review of the curriculum required and theoretical knowledge needed to prepare for the challenge exam.

Recommended Confirmation of your practical experience requirements with the ITA.

Textbooks required Carpentry textbook.

Skills for the Workplace AC Fundamentals (Online) CEEL 158

70 hours

$599

This online course introduces you to basic Alternating Current (AC) electricity, beginning with basic mathematics, inductive and capacitive components found in AC circuits (capacitors, inductors and transformers), and frequency response characteristics. Examine models of transmission lines, learn about power factor and become familiar with the tools used to measure AC.

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weeks to complete the required course material. you can register at any time. You will have 30 you can register at any time. You will have 30 weeks to complete the required course material. There is an option for an 8 week extension for an additional fee. There is an option for an 8 week extension for an additional fee.

Note: This course has a continuous intake so

BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals (Online) CEEL 160

Online

$610

This course introduces you to the basic concepts required to understand and explain the systems that generate, deliver, and sell electrical power. The course provides an overview of BC Hydro’s business model and covers the following topics: • • • • •

A review of math and physics Understanding electricity Power control and transformation A detailed look at utility activities Understanding consumer power requirements

Note: This course has a continuous intake so

you can register at any time. You will have up to two years to complete the course material.

Recommended Completion of Math 11 or 12 and Physics 11 or 12 would be an asset. DC Fundamentals (Online) CEEL 158

70 hours

$510

This online course presents a series of introductory electronics topics that together build the foundation for a comprehensive understanding of Direct Current (DC) electricity. The course presents material on switches and resistors, Ohm’s Law and Watt’s Law. Completion of Electric Utility Fundamentals or equivalent. Completion of Math 11 or 12 and Physics 11 or 12.

Note: This course has a continuous intake so Registration recommended two weeks in advance

CEWS 112

21 hours

$509

offered once: Mar 22 to May 3/17

Wed

6:00—9:00

Develop skills and strategies for effective workplace health and safety programs. You will learn how to implement and evaluate practices in the areas of health and safety, security and Workers’ Compensation. We will examine due diligence and the legal requirements that must be met for the health and safety of workers. Rating risks, recording plans and processes in workplace safety will be examined. You will examine topics from WHMIS, ergonomics, accident prevention, incident investigation and developing effective safety and emergency response plans to Wellness and the OSH Culture of a worksite.

Textbooks required Management of Occupational Health & Safety. Additional course materials will be provided.

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For a course to run, we must have a minimum number of paid registrations.

ASTTBC Fire Protection Challenge Exams If you’ve applied to ASTTBC for your Fire Protection Certification and have received a recommendation to complete a challenge exam, you can do that in Prince George! Challenge exams will be written through CNC’s Centre for Student Success located in room 1-725 of the main campus. In order to complete a challenge exam, you must contact ASTTBC at 1-604-585-2788 to register and pay the exam fee. Once you have registered and received confirmation from ASTTBC, you can book your exam sitting at the Centre for Student Success by completing the online request form at http:// fluidsurveys.com/s/cnc-external-exams/ or calling 250-561-5837. Exam sittings are available from Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 4:00pm.

Registration Information To register you must pay fees by cash, cheque, money order, Visa or Mastercard. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis unless otherwise specified. Your registration is confirmed when your fees are paid.

We reserve the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment. The registration deadline for all Continuing Education courses and programs is two weeks before the start date unless otherwise stated. Registrations are welcome after the registration deadline provided there are still seats available. Non-attendance does not constitute a formal withdrawal.

How to Register In person Visit the Admissions Office at 3330-22nd Avenue in Prince George. Office hours are 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday and 9:30am to 4pm on Friday. By Phone Avoid waiting in line! Call 250-561-5801 or 1-800-371-8111 ex 5801 to register. Please have your Visa or Mastercard number, expiry date and 3 digit security code ready. Online Registration Available on our website www.cnc.bc.ca/ce Click “Registration” on the left hand menu and you will see the link to our online registration form.

Stepping Up To Protect Your Safety ASTTBC provides certification in… • Fire Protection • Underground Utility Location • Onsite Wastewater • Home and Property Inspection • Construction Safety ASTTBC certification provides professional assurance that our registered members are competent and can be held professionally accountable. QUALITY ASSURED

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Fee Structure Technology Fee (included in advertised prices) The CNC technology fee of $5.62 per course ensures CNC technology capabilities are maintained, allowing us to offer you up-to-date classroom hardware and software. Development Fee (included in advertised prices) The CNC development Fee is to help offset the costs of developing and revision of new and existing courses and programs. Taxes (not included in advertised prices) While most Continuing Education courses are tax-exempt, general interest courses are subject to GST. Receipts issued will reflect the breakdown of the fees including any taxes.

Refunds

A full refund of fees (with the exception of the $40 application fee for programs) will be given if a course is cancelled by the College or if a student withdraws from a course/program one or more days before the registration deadline. Refunds take approximately three to six weeks to process. No refund will be granted on textbooks. No refund of fees will be given if a student cancels on or after the registration deadline.

Course Cancellation

A minimum number of paid registrants is required to run each course. The registration deadline is used to determine whether we have enough participants to proceed. Although we do everything we can to ensure all of our courses run, there are times when we may have to cancel a course due to insufficient enrollment. Late registrations are welcome, provided seats are still available. Registration recommended two weeks in advance

Student Misconduct

In order to promote student success, the College of New Caledonia has established standards of conduct which contribute to a successful learning environment. Students are expected to conduct themselves honourably and maturely in pursuit of their academic goals. Students are expected to be honest and forthright in their endeavours. Academic integrity, personal accountability and responsibility are expected and valued. Academic misconduct includes, but is not limited to: cheating and plagiarism. Personal misconduct includes but is not limited to: damage to property, assault on individuals and threatening or dangerous behaviour, misrepresentation, disruptive behaviour, and verbal or non-verbal harassment. Refer to the College Calendar or the CNC website www.cnc.bc.ca for definitions of cheating, plagiarism, personal misconduct, and discipline procedures for academic and personal misconduct violations.

Parking

College of New Caledonia campuses have pay parking. Make sure you have your license plate number to enter into the meter boxes located inside the campus buildings. The ticket machines accept quarters, loonies, toonies or credit cards.

Accessibility Support Services

Accessibility Support Services ensures that all students who meet regular entrance requirements have equal access to programs and services at the College of New Caledonia. Call 250-561-5838 for more information.

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Index

Accessibility Support Services, 45 AC Fundamentals, 42 Advanced Computer Programming for kids, 21 Advanced Foot Care Certificate, 34 Air Conditioning Basics, 39 Associate Certificate in Conflict Resolution, 16 Assessment: Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict, 16 ASTTBC Fire Protection Challenge Exams, 44 At Home Alone and First Aid, 21 AutoCAD, 13 Babysitter's Course, 22 BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals, 43 Billing for Medical Office Assistants, 34 Bookkeeping Certificate, 4 Breastfeeding Course, 35 Business Communication Fundamentals, 14 Business and Management, 3 Carpentry Red Seal Exam, 42 Certificate in Community Mental Health, 28 Certified Life Skills Coach Training, 29 CFC/HCFC/HFC Control and Recovery, 39 CNC Testing Centre, 44 Collaborative Conflict Resolution, 17 Community Mental Health Certificate, 28 Computer Basics, 13 Computer Programming for Kids, 21 Conflict Resolution, 8, 17 Course Cancellation, 45 DC Fundamentals, 43 Demonstrating Leadership at Work, 17 Dental Office Receptionist, 30 Designated Inspection Facility (DIF) Operator Training, 40 Development Fee, 45 Digital Cameras, 20, 22 Effective Team Dynamics, 17 Electrical Field Safety Representative (FSR), 42 Emergency Medical Responder, 33 Fee Structure, 45 For the Kids, 19, 21 Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus, 17 Field Safety Representative, 40 General Interest, 19 Group Decision-Making and Problem Solving Skills, 10

Introduction to AutoCAD, 13 Introduction to Coaching and Mentoring, 15 Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids, 21 Introduction to Digital Cameras, 20 Introduction to Mental Health, 28 Introduction to Occupational Health and Safety, 15, 43 Introduction to Sage 50 (Simply Accounting), 13 Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Resolution, 8 Kids' Wellness Day, 22 Life Skills Coach Training, 29 Management Skills for Supervisors, 8 Medical Device Reprocessing Technician, 30 Medical Office Assistant (MOA), 31 Medical Terminology-Classroom, 33 Medical Terminology-Online, 34 Microsoft Access-Level 1, 12 Microsoft Excel-Level 1 and 2, 10 Microsoft Office, 10 Microsoft Outlook, 12 Microsoft PowerPoint, 12 Microsoft Word-Level 1 and 2, 11 Negotiation Skills Level 1, 17 Nursing Unit Clerk/Assistant Certificate, 32 Occupational Health and Safety, 15, 43 Online Learning, 23 Online Registration, 44 Parking, 45 Photography, 20 Photography and Digital Cameras for Kids, 22 Post-Diploma in Human Resourcces, 5 Post-Diploma in Information Technology, 38 Professional Development, 13, 34 Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Certificate, 33 Psychosocial Rehabilitation, 29 Records Management, 6 Refunds, 45 Registration Information, 44 Resolving Conflict in Groups Level 1: Effective Team Dynamics, 17 Resolving Conflict on the Front Line: Demonstrating Leadership at Work, 17 Review for Carpentry Red Seal Exam, 42 Review for Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Red Seal Exam, 42 Self-Management and Leadership Skill Development, 9 Simply Accounting Sage 50, 13 Student Misconduct, 45

Health Care, 27 Home Alone and First Aid, 21 How to Register, 44 Human Resource Management, 5

Taxes, 45 Technology Fee, 45 Trades and Technology, 37 Traffic Control Certification, 40

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Red Seal Exam, 42

Vehicle Inspection Endorsement, 41

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REGISTRATION FORM

PERSONAL INFORMATION CNC Student Number (if previously applied): Last name:

First name:

Middle name:

Former last name (if applicable): Mailing address:

Apartment/unit #:

City: Home:

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E-mail address: REGISTRATION CANNOT BE COMPLETED WITHOUT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION Birthdate:

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Do you identify yourself as an Aboriginal person: ☐ Yes ☐ No Are you an International Student: ☐ Yes ☐ No If yes, there may be additional paperwork/forms. Please contact the Continuing Education registration desk. For audit purposes the Ministry of Advanced Education requires the above information. Public post-secondary institutions are bound by the Freedom of Information and Privacy Legislations. All information will be kept confidential.

COURSE INFORMATION Program/ Course name: Program/ Course name Program/ Course name

Scheduled date: Scheduled date: Scheduled date: SPONSORED/CONTRACT STUDENTS ONLY

☐ I give permission to the College of New Caledonia to release information, including attendance and course grades, to my sponsor/employer upon their request (up to 30 days after course completion). Signature:

Date:

If this form is returned via email a handwritten signature is not required. However, returning this form via email constitutes your consent to release the above information.


TO REGISTER AND SUBMIT PAYMENT Registration must be accompanied by payment of fees or a signed sponsorship form.

CNC Continuing Education Registration 3330 – 22 Avenue, Prince George V2N 1P8 continuingedreg@cnc.bc.ca Phone: 250-561-5801 | Toll Free: 1-800-371-8111 Ext. 5801 | Fax: 250-561-5861 HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THIS PROGRAM OR COURSE? ☐ Radio

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DECLARATION

Collection of Information: The information on this form and all required admissions and registration

documentation is collected for the purpose of meeting the data requirements for admission, registration, research, alumni and development, statistical analysis, locker and U-Pass administration, and the student health plan. It is collected under the authority of the College and Institute Act and your privacy is protected under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Act limiting how your information may be used or disclosed. If you have any questions about the collection and use of your information contact the Freedom of Information Coordinator, College of New Caledonia at 250-561-5828. All hard copied materials/information provided by you in support of your application to CNC becomes the property of the College and will not be returned and may be destroyed within six months of receipt.

Declaration: I declare that the information that I have provided in this application is complete and correct. Completion

of this signed application permits the College to request and/or confirm any information necessary to support my application for admission. Falsifying any document or information submitted will result in the cancellation of admission or registration at the College of New Caledonia. I understand the submission of this application in no way guarantees admission to a program or course, and that admission is subject to meeting program or course prerequisites and space availability. If I am admitted to the College of New Caledonia, I agree to familiarize myself with and to abide by the most current policies of the College during my tenure as a student.

In addition, I agree as a condition of registration at the College of New Caledonia to pay all fees and charges as approved by the Board of Governors to the College as required by the deadlines posted by the College, and to pay any interest charges on any sum which becomes due and payable according to the payment procedures at the College of New Caledonia. Signature:________________________________________________

Date: ________________________

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*Parent/Guardian signature only required if applicant is 17 years of age or younger on the first day of school.


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