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Community & Continuing Education Calendar 2017-18

Opportunity Knocks.


Courses & Programs at a Glance Offerings for the Fall/Winter semesters. Please visit our website for a full listing of available start dates. A Travel Photographer’s Guide to Capturing On-Brand Shots ................................................. AC Fundamentals (Online) ...................................................................................................................... Advanced Foot Care for Nurses ............................................................................................................ At Home Alone & First Aid ...................................................................................................................... Babysitter’s Course .................................................................................................................................... BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals (Online) ........................................................................... Bookkeeping Certificate ........................................................................................................................... Building Service Worker Level 1 - Basic Commercial Cleaning ................................................. Building Service Worker Level 2 - Hard Floor Care ....................................................................... Building Your Communications Toolbox ............................................................................................ DC Fundamentals (Online) ...................................................................................................................... Dental Office Receptionist ...................................................................................................................... Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Course ............................................................................... Ethics in the Workplace ............................................................................................................................ Essentials for Medical Office Assistant Associate Certificate .................................................... Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus .................................... Human Resources Management, Post-Diploma .............................................................................. Information Technology, Post-Diploma .............................................................................................. Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids .......................................................................... Introduction to Digital Cameras ............................................................................................................ Introduction to Long Exposure & Light Painting Photography ................................................ Introduction to Sage 50 (Simply Accounting) ................................................................................ Kids’ Drama Camp ...................................................................................................................................... Leading the Mulitgenerational Workforce ......................................................................................... Management Skills for Supervisors: Interpersonal Communication Skills & Conflict Resolution .............................................................................................................. Management Skills for Supervisors: Group Decision-Making & Problem-Solving Skills ........................................................................................................ Management Skills for Supervisors: Self-Management & Leadership-Skill Development ........................................................................................ Microsoft Access: For Data Management .......................................................................................... Microsoft Excel - Basic Training Boot Camp .................................................................................... Microsoft Excel - Next Level Boot Camp ........................................................................................... Microsoft Outlook: For Streamlining Your Workflow .................................................................... Microsoft PowerPoint: For Engaged Audiences ............................................................................. Microsoft Publisher: For the Self-Promoter ...................................................................................... Microsoft Word - Basic Training Boot Camp .................................................................................... Microsoft Word - Next Level Boot Camp .......................................................................................... Medical Terminology (online & classroom) ....................................................................................... Negotiation Skills Level 1 .......................................................................................................................... Photography: The Next Level ................................................................................................................. Photography: The Ultimate Level ......................................................................................................... Photoshop for Beginners ......................................................................................................................... Tourism & Hotel Management, Post-Diploma .................................................................................. Vehicle Inspection Endorsement ..........................................................................................................


Nov 21 - 28 & Dec 2/17 continuous Apr 25 - May 1/18 Jun 4/18 Nov 24/17, Apr 20/18 continuous dates vary Oct 20 - 22/17 Oct 27 - 29/17 Dec 4 - 5/17 continuous Sep 28 to Dec 5/17 Oct 7 to Dec 2/17 Nov 22/17 TBA Oct 2 - 4/17, Feb 5 - 7/18 dates vary dates vary Feb 2/18 dates vary Oct 10 - 17 & Oct 24/17 Feb 19 to Mar 14/18 Oct 20/17

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Approximate Cost

Program

Start Date

Page Number

$200+GST $622 $1171 $76+GST $76+GST $633 $400-$591/course $399 $399 $417 $622 $825 $1619 $203 TBA $634 $262-$1529/course TBA $80+GST $180+GST $200+GST $413 $80+GST

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$591

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Feb 2/18 Oct 13/17, Jan 19/18 Nov 7/17, Feb 16/18 Jan 26/18 Nov 3/17 Oct 27/17 Oct 20/17 Nov 24/17 dates vary Mar 26 - 28/18 Oct 18 to Nov 22/17 & Nov 18 & 25/17 Nov 16 to Dec 14/17, Mar 1 - 29/18 Jan 31 to Mar 7/18 & Mar 2 & 10/18 dates vary dates vary

$110 $110 $110 $110 $110 $110 $110 $110 $556 $634 $412 $230 $412 TBA $395

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BUSINESS & LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS Bookkeeping Certificate ................................................................................. 6 Human Resources Management Post-Diploma ..................................... 7 Tourism & Hotel Management Post-Diploma .........................................  9

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN BUSINESS Ethics in the Workplace .................................................................................. 10 Introduction to Sage 50 (Simply Accounting) ......................................  11 Leading the Multigenerational Workforce ...............................................  11

IN LEADERSHIP Management Skills for Supervisors: Interpersonal Communication and Conflict Resolution ...............  12 Group Decision-Making and Problem-Solving ................................  12 Self-Mangement and Leadership Skill Development ....................  13

IN MICROSOFT Boot Camps Microsoft Excel - Basic Training Boot Camp ....................................  13 Microsoft Excel - Next Level Boot Camp ...........................................  14 Microsoft Word - Basic Training Boot Camp ...................................   14 Microsoft Word - Next Level Boot Camp ..........................................   15 Microsoft Access: For Data Management ................................................  16 Microsoft Outlook: For Streamlining Your Workflow ..........................  17 Microsoft Powerpoint: For Engaged Audiences ...................................   17 Microsoft Publisher: For the Self-Promoter ............................................  18


PROGRAMS - IN BUSINESS & LEADERSHIP

Bookkeeping CERTIFICATE

Part-time Intakes September and January of each year 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. There are eight courses in this program, which are offered in a part-time, evening delivery format.

REQUIRED COURSES BOOK 101 Fundamentals of Bookkeeping BOOK 103 Intermediate Bookkeeping BOOK 105 Advanced Bookkeeping Excel For Bookkeepers BOOK 108 Simply Accounting – Level 1 BOOK 110 BOOK 112 Simply Accounting – Level 2 BOOK 115 Payroll CESS 151 Management Skills for Supervisors INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

PREREQUISITES

Successful completion of the following with a minimum grade of C: English 11, Communications 11, or ENGL 045 (or equivalent) Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11, Essentials of Math 11, Accounting 11, or Math 030 (or equivalent).

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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.

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.

Human Resources Management POST-DIPLOMA Full-time and part-time Intakes September and January of each year 12-course format over four semesters see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Become an effective supervisor, manager or human resources professional in Canada. Graduates of this program may 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.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

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. CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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For more information, please see www.hrma.ca

SAMPLE SCHEDULE Year 1 | Semester 1 HRPR 303 HRPR 305

Training and Development Employment Law, Employment Standards and Human Rights Industrial Relations

MGT 264

Semester 2 HRPR 304 HRPR 302 MGT 266

Performance Management Occupational Health and Safety Management Skills for Supervisors

Year 2 | Semester 3 HRPR 301 HRPR 307 HRPR 308

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 OR HRPR 401

Human Resources Management Practicum Human Resources Management Capstone Project

PREREQUISITES

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

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

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

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Tourism & Hotel Management POST-DIPLOMA Full-time and part-time First intake January 2018 13-course format over four semesters please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details Gain the skills needed for an exciting career in tourism and hotel management. Created and lead by industry experts you can fast-track your entry into one of the world’s most dynamic industries. This program will prepare you with the knowledge, analytical, interpersonal and practical skills needed to pursue supervisory and management roles in the rapidly expanding domestic and international markets.

CAREERS IN TOURISM AND HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Management in resorts, hotels, restaurants, events, conferences, attractions and other special interest tourism operations.

SAMPLE SCHEDULE Year 1 | Semester 1 THMG 300 THMG 302 THMG 304 COM 204 CUE 150

The Business of Global Tourism Business Writing for the Tourism Industry Communications and Technology in Tourism Financial Accounting Skills Development: Time Management

Semester 2 THMG 308 THMG 310 THMG 312 CUE 152

Marketing the Tourism Industry Financial Management for Tourism and Hotel Management Customer Service Management of Tourism Operations Skills Development: Interpersonal Skills

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THMG 314 THMG 316 THMG 318 MGT 263 CUE 154

Contemporary Issues in Tourism and Hotel Management Strategic Tourism Management The Business of Hotel Management Human Resource Development Skills Development: Goal Setting

Semester 4 THMG THMG THMG CUE

Event Coordination Essentials Leadership Skills for Tourism Tourism and Hotel Management Practicum Skills Development: Team Building

320 322 340 156

Each student’s placement is arranged specific to both the immediate requirements and operational demands of the employer, and relative to interests, skills, and applicable knowledge of each independent student.

PREREQUISITES

Applicants require proof of successful completion of the following: • Minimum successful completion of a two-year diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution, or equivalent. • Students whose first language is not English must show proof of a minimum IELTS score of 6.0 or equivalent.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Students must complete all of the following 18 courses with a minimum 2.67 GPA (B-) and an “S” grade in THMG 340: Tourism and Hotel Management Practicum, to graduate with a Post Diploma in Tourism and Hotel Management.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN BUSINESS

Ethics in the Workplace CECN 109 6 hours $203

OFFERED ONCE Nov 22/17 Wed 9:00-4:00 Topics covered will include fundamental principles of ethics, the ethical conflict resolution framework, steps to create an ethical business culture, and establishment of a whistle-blowing policy. Learning will be applied through real business scenarios. This business ethics training course may be suitable for continuing professional development units required to maintain a professional designation. Course materials are provided.

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Introduction to Sage 50 (Simply Accounting) CEMS 151 24 hours $413

OFFERED ONCE Feb 19 to Mar 14/18

Mon, Wed

6:00-9:00

Not interested in our Bookkeeping Certificate but want to learn Sage 50 (Simply Accounting)? We’ll teach you to accomplish basic accounting tasks! Begin with a company file and enter transactions for general ledger, accounts receivables, accounts payable, inventory, and managing 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.

RECOMMENDED

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

TEXTBOOK

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

Leading the Multigenerational Workforce CECN 119 6 hours $203

OFFERED ONCE Oct 25/17 Wed 9:00-4:00 Businesses are finding themselves leading workforces that contain three generations; baby boomers, Gen X and Millennials. There is soon to be a fourth, the Net Gen. Given that each group responds to different stimuli; communication, rewards, opportunities, etc. Businesses and leaders need to be flexible and adaptable to those requirements. This workshop has been designed so outcomes include: • Understanding the differences and the needs of various generations • What tools are available to manage these varying needs • Developing your own strategies This highly interactive, participatory workshop will help you analyze and develop strategies to move you to higher levels of success in creating an environment where all generations can be a successful part of a high performance team. Course materials are provided. CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN LEADERSHIP

Management Skills for Supervisors INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION CESS 151 26 hours $591

OFFERED FOUR TIMES Oct 10 - 13/17

Tue-Fri

8:30-4:00

Oct 19 to Dec 14/17

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6:30-9:30

Feb 27 to Mar 2/18

Tue-Fri

8:30-4:00

Feb 28 to Apr 25/18

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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 GROUP DECISION-MAKING & PROBLEM-SOLVING CESS 152 26 hours $591

OFFERED ONCE Nov 7 - 10/17 Tue-Fri 8:30-4:00 Want a great team? Start by hiring the right people! This course will give you the tools you need to differentiate between an average applicant

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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.

Management Skills for Supervisors SELF-MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP SKILL DEVELOPMENT CESS 153

26 hours

$591

OFFERED TWICE Dec 5 - 8/17 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 even in difficult times, 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. You’ll explore the concept of Appreciative Enquiry to extend on the concept of strength-based leadership. Course materials are provided.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT BOOT CAMPS IN MICROSOFT

Microsoft Excel BASIC TRAINING BOOT CAMP CEMA 150 6 hours $110

OFFERED TWICE Oct 13/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Jan 19/18 Fri 9:00-3:30 Are you new to Microsoft Excel? An understanding of Excel is now a requirement of nearly all professionals, from Administration to Project Managers, in today’s working world. This course is designed for those who need Excel training for beginners. With this training, you will learn how to get started on the right foot with this essential skills for using and creating Excel spreadsheets. You will learn how to navigate within Excel, easily create and enter information into spreadsheets, learning tricks on how to CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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best view, manipulate, and format data, including simple formulas. With Basic Excel training, you will learn how to work with pre-created spreadsheets, as well as create your own simple spreadsheets from scratch. Our instructors will be on hand to answer your questions and lead you to a thorough understanding of the application on a beginner’s level. Microsoft Excel 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

Microsoft Excel NEXT LEVEL BOOT CAMP CEMA 151 6 hours $110

OFFERED TWICE Nov 17/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Feb 16/18 Fri 9:00-3:30 Are you ready to go beyond the basics in Excel? Our Intermediate Excel training course covers more complex Excel functions, charting, and data tools. We will help you build upon your basic knowledge of this essential application to learn how to format table with spark-lines, sort and filter data, use more complex formulas and create more functionality in your spreadsheets. You will learn to work with functions such as IF, PROPER, ROUNDUP, date and time functions, as well as how to create visual impact with your data using charts and graphs. You will also learn how to create formulas that work across multiple spreadsheets in the same document. Our instructors will be there to guide you through the learning experience, answer questions and make sure that you have a firm understanding of Excel at a deeper level. Microsoft Excel 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

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

Microsoft Word BASIC TRAINING BOOT CAMP CEMA 125 6 hours $110

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Oct 20/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Microsoft Word has made word processing so simple that not one even calls it “word processing” anymore; Word is the tool that has become the gold standard for how documents are created and managed. Understanding how to use Microsoft Office Word is essential to creating polished documents in professional and academic situations. The Basic Word training class will introduce you to the basic concepts and abilities of the Word program as well as basic computer skills. Completing this course will allow you to create and format simple documents with ease as well as learn how to navigate through all that Microsoft Office Word has to offer. This will give you a solid foundation in the word processing application and become your basis for learning more advanced topics. The focus of the course will be on the basic needs and requirements found in offices, personal documents and academic documents and your instructor will be there to guide you through the program, answer questions and lead you to a mastery of the subject matter. This Basic Word course also includes ample interactive practice activates, ensuring that you have understood each lesson. Microsoft Word 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

Microsoft Word NEXT LEVEL BOOT CAMP CEMA 140 6 hours $110

OFFERED ONCE Nov 24/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Once you have mastered the basics of word processing, it’s time to learn how to make your documents sparkle. Microsoft Word offers tools that can turn your basic communications into eye-catching documents using formatting, colours, graphics and SmartArt that work to emphasize and enhance your text. This intermediate Microsoft Word training class covers topics in editing and designing of documents. You will learn how to use MS Word as more than just a word processor, creating polished and efCNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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fective documents such as reports with tables and graphics, and desktop publishing documents such as brochures. The focus of our training allows you to engage in all the interactive practice activities to be sure that you have mastered the course material. Our knowledgeable educators will be there in class to lead you to a solid mastery of Intermediate Word skills. Microsoft Word 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

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

Microsoft Access FOR DATA MANAGEMENT CEMA 115 6 hours $110

OFFERED ONCE Feb 2/18 Fri 9:00-3:30 Do you need to build a database and don’t know where to start? Microsoft Access allows you to build and manage databases for not only gathering information, but helping to keep it organized, accessible and at your fingertips. This Basic Access class will introduce you to the application and its basic functions and concepts. You will learn how to create your own databases, as well as how to manage databases already in use. Our instructors will show you how to create data tables, import data from other sources such as Excel, and track and manage data within the database. At the end of the course, you will possess and understanding of the basic building blocks of Access and will be able to generate simple reports. This course offers plenty of hands on examples and allows you to engage in all the interactive practice activities to be sure that you have mastered the course material. Microsoft Access 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

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Microsoft Outlook FOR STREAMLINING YOUR WORKFLOW CEMM 130 6 hours $110

OFFERED ONCE Jan 26/18 Fri 9:00-3:30 Outlook is becoming a tool in many offices in the same manner as Word and Excel. Outlook is more than just an email application; it can become the organization tool that you have been looking for. It can sometimes feel like managing the hundreds of emails, appointments, and tasks of our working lives is going to overwhelm us. Microsoft Outlook can help you organize your emails, create tasks and reminders, and schedule and track meeting and appointments. This Microsoft Office Outlook training course will teach you everything from basic features such as categorizing and flagging emails and creating appointments in the calendar to more advanced features such as creating rules for your emails, setting up distributions lists as well as using the out of office email assistant. We will show you how to apply Outlook to your personal and business needs, and how navigate through the program. Our knowledgeable instructors will be in the classroom to lead you to a full understanding of the material as well as to answer all of your questions. Hands on activities are included, so that you can be sure that you have mastered each lesson. Microsoft Outlook 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

Microsoft PowerPoint FOR ENGAGED AUDIENCES CEMA 130 6 hours $110

OFFERED ONCE Nov 3/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Microsoft PowerPoint is no longer just a tool for teaching and class presentations. MS PowerPoint can be helpful in making a business or meeting presentation more visually impactful if used right. In this course, we will teach you not only how to use all of the features of the application, but how to use it as an enhancement of your presentation rather than just a visual representation of it. This course will show you how to design CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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and create presentations using templates, graphics, charts and graphs, animations and transitions. This course offers training in how to navigate through the application as well as how to properly set up and present with it. You will learn how to use and manipulate designs and layouts, how to move slides around in the presentation, add and use various animations and transitions, use the highlight tool, and create powerful presentations reinforce your message. Our knowledgeable instructors will be in the classroom to lead you to a full understanding of the material as well as to answer all of your questions. Hands on activities are included, so that you can be sure that you have mastered each lesson. Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

Microsoft Publisher FOR THE SELF-PROMOTER CEMA 112 6 hours $110

OFFERED TWICE Oct 27/17 Fri 9:00-3:30 Feb 23/18 Fri 9:00-3:30 When you and your team effectively utilize Microsoft Publisher, you become your own Desktop Publishing service and can not only save on graphic design costs, but maintain more control. Through this Basic Publisher training course, we will cover all the features you need to make your publications stand out and look professional. You will learn to navigate through the applications, format and edit text and graphics, using building blocks, creating master pages, customizing layout and design and preparing publications for printing or distribution. Our knowledgeable instructors will be in the classroom to lead you to a full understanding of the material as well as to answer all of your questions. Hands on activities are included, so that you can be sure that you have mastered each lesson. Microsoft Publisher 2016 will be used in this course - skills learned are transferable to other versions.

TEXTBOOK

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

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HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS Essentials for Medical Office Assistants Associate Certificate ........................................................................................ 20 Nursing Unit Assistant ..................................................................................... 20

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH CARE Advanced Foot Care for Nurses .................................................................. 21

COURSES Dental Office Receptionist ............................................................................   22 Medical Terminology (classroom based) .................................................  22 Medical Terminology (online paced weekly) ..........................................  23


PROGRAMS - IN HEALTH CARE COMING SOON! Essentials for Medical Office Assistants ASSOCIATE CERTIFICATE

TBA TBA hours TBA

The Medical Office Assistant (MOA) is an ever-changing and vital role as part of the medical office team. MOA’s perform administrative and clinical tasks to ensure offices and clinics of physicians, chiropractors, podiatrists and other health professionals run smoothly. Duties can vary from office to office depending on location, size and specialty. 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 specialized software, Medical Office Information System (MOIS), used throughout the north in public and private clinics. Our new proposed Essentials for MOAs program has plans to include MOA Billing training, a practicum, mental illness awareness training and a medical terminology course. Watch our website for this expected Associate Certificate program that we plan to offer in Spring of 2018!

COMING SOON! Nursing Unit Assistant TBA TBA hours TBA The Nursing Unit Assistant is the first point of contact on the hospital ward and deals with all enquiries and medical requisitions from family, other medical professionals and departments. It is a very important fastpaced role that can be a rewarding career. Our department is working closely with industry partners to review and update our Nursing Unit Assistant program. Please watch for our new and improved program

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planned for offering in the 2018/19 academic year.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH CARE

Advanced Foot Care for Nurses CEBX 107 54 hours $1171

OFFERED ONCE Apr 25 to May 1/18

Wed-Tues

8:30-4:30

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, 54 hour course includes theory, self-study and extensive clinical experience. Spaces are limited!

TEXTBOOK

Art and Science of Foot Care: A Clinical Resource for Nurses in Canada Cindy Lazenby.

PREREQUISITES

Must be a licensed, practicing LPN, RN or RPN.

SUPPLIES

Approximately $550 in specialized equipment is required and can be purchased at a medical supply store or CNC Bookstore. Complete supply list will be provided to registered students.

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COURSES - IN HEALTH CARE Dental Office Receptionist CEDR 150 60 hours $825

OFFERED ONCE Sep 28 to Dec 5/17

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.

TEXTBOOK

Dental Office Administration - Sandie Baillargeon.

PREREQUISITES

Grade 10 or equivalent.

Medical Terminology CLASSROOM BASED MEDT 100 45 hours $556

OFFERED THREE TIMES Sep 7 to Dec 14/17

Thu

6:00-9:00

Jan 18 to Apr 26/18

Thu

6:00-9:00

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May 10 to Jun 28/18

Tue, 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 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

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

TEXTBOOK

Medical Terminology: A Living Language.

Medical Terminology ONLINE PACED WEEKLY MEDT 100 45 hours $556

OFFERED TWICE Sep 11 to Dec 21/17

paced weekly

Jan 29 to May 10/18

paced weekly

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. Register and take the full Medical Terminology course online. This course has been refreshed to a paced format, so you will have weekly due dates for assignments/quizzes to keep you on track.

RECOMMENDED

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

TEXTBOOK

Medical Terminology: A Living Language.

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JUST FOR FUN CREATIVE SKILLS A Travel Photographer’s Guide to Capturing On-Brand Shots .................................................................................................... 25 Introduction to Digital Cameras ....................................................................  26 Introduction to Long Exposure & Light Painting Photography ........................................................................................  26 Photography: The Next Level .........................................................................  27 Photography: The Ultimate Level ..................................................................  28 Photoshop for Beginners .................................................................................. 29


JUST FOR FUN - CREATIVE SKILLS

A Travel Photographer’s Guide to Capturing On-Brand Shots CEEX 116 9 hours $200+GST

OFFERED ONCE Nov 21 to 28/17 Tue 6:00-9:00 Dec 2/17 Sat 1:00-4:00 Contemporary travel photography has been elevated by increasingly sophisticated and accessible equipment, and fast platforms for sharing. This course will cover equipment and techniques that travel photographers use to capture images both informative and inspiring. It will also cover contemporary travel photography styles, particularly in the context of British Columbia’s tourism industry. Apply your knowledge during the final class and create your own “on-brand” photographs at an offsite location through personalized guidance and critique from our faculty. You will supplement existing photography skills with technical and contextual details for travel photography: • Trip planning and gear selection; • Shooting in difficult weather; • Astro and time-lapse photography; • Contemporary style and commercial readiness, especially for the tourism industry in BC; and • Getting exposure and making a difference.

RECOMMENDED

Good working knowledge of your personal digital camera. Previously taken the Introduction to Digital Cameras or Photography: The Next Level.

SUPPLIES

Personal digital camera, a tripod, and lens filters (if available). A USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual. CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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Introduction to Digital Cameras CEEX 123 12 hours $180+GST

OFFERED TWICE Oct 5 to 19/17 Thu 6:30-9:30 Oct 21/17 Sat 1:30-4:30 Jan 25 to Feb 8/18

Thu

6:30-9:30

Feb 10/18 Sat 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. Hands-on assignments will familiarize you with your camera controls.

SUPPLIES

Personal digital camera. A USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual.

Introduction to Long Exposure & Light Painting Photography CEEX 110 9 hours $200+GST

OFFERED ONCE Oct 10 to Oct 17/17

Tue

6:30-9:30

Oct 24/17 Tue 7:30-10:30 Discover the latest photography trend! Long Exposure Photography which allows you to create dynamic, surreal images full of motion by using a long-duration shutter speed. Next, your instructor will demonstrate basic techniques for Light Painting Photography, a new art form using handheld lights to “paint” a scene during long exposure photography. Apply your knowledge during the final class and create your own stunning “fine art” photographs at an offsite location through personalized

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guidance and critique from our faculty. Sign up today and start your journey towards being Prince George’s next world-champion light painting photographer.

RECOMMENDED

Good working knowledge of your personal digital camera.

SUPPLIES

Personal digital camera and a tripod. A USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual.

Photography: The Next Level CEEX 110 24 hours $412+GST OFFERED ONCE Oct 18 to Nov 22/17

Wed

Nov 18 & Nov 25/17

Sat

6:30-9:30 1:30-4:30

Developed by a local Master of Photographic Arts, this course teaches you not only the technical elements of your camera, but also to take wonderful well balanced images. This hands-on program will leave you with the foundation for creating images through posing people (individual, groups, babies, weddings) in addition to landscapes and other dynamic scenes. You will leave this program with a great platform on how to create and improve all of your photography. During the sessions, your images will be critiqued and helpful tips will be presented to improve your capabilities. You will cover the major aspects of photography – ISO speed, metering, depth of field, exposure triangle, modes, manual use, gear, posing, flash, leading lines and rule of the thirds. This course also examines impact, creativity, style, composition, presentation, colour balance, center of interest, lighting subject matter, print quality, technique and storytelling. You will have the opportunity for a guest speaker offering an introduction to Photoshop retouching. Develop your already artistic nature and take your skills to the next level! This course may be recognized by Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) for an educational merit, when you join PPOC.

RECOMMENDED

Good working knowledge of your DSLR camera.

SUPPLIES

Personal DSLR camera. A USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual.

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Photography: The Ultimate Level CEEX 114 24 hours $412+GST OFFERED ONCE Jan 31 to Mar 7/18

Wed

Mar 3 & Mar 10/18

Sat

6:30-9:30 1:30-4:30

This new photography course will take you even closer to capturing your ultimate images every time you pick up your camera. A local Master of Photographic Art created this program to strengthen your technical skills from “Photography: The Next Level” and to develop your creativity in using photography to tell stories without words. This hands-on class will give you the opportunity to create your own photographic art images. You will learn the tricks of glamour, wedding, children, family, landscapes, wildlife, and of course your precious pets. Next, explore digital workflow, photo editing, and important gear needed. Enroll in this course today to harness your originality and advance your skills to the ultimate level! This course may be recognized by Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) for an educational merit, when you join PPOC.

RECOMMENDED

Good working knowledge of your DSLR camera.

SUPPLIES

Personal DSLR camera. A USB cable and/or card reader as well as your camera’s manual.

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Photoshop for Beginners CEEX 110 15 hours $230+GST

OFFERED TWICE Nov 16 to Dec 14/17

Thu

6:00-9:00

Mar 1 - Mar 29/18

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 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.

SUPPLIES

Participants should bring in approximately 20 digital photos they would like to work on for their course project.

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JUST FOR FUN - KIDS! At Home Alone ................................................................................................... 31 Babysitter’s Course ........................................................................................... 31 Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids ................................  32 Kids’ Drama Camp ...........................................................................................   33


JUST FOR FUN - KIDS! At Home Alone & First Aid CEFA 116 8 hours $76+GST

OFFERED TWICE Sep 29/17 Fri 8:30-4:30 Jun 4/18 Mon 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.

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 and a doll or stuffed animal and your own lunch and snacks.

Babysitter’s Course CEFA 116 8 hours $76+GST

OFFERED TWICE Nov 24/17 Fri 8:30-4:30 Apr 20/18 Fri 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 CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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of completion, wallet card and a mini first aid kit.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Must be at least 11 years old at time of course.

SUPPLIES

Bring a doll or stuffed animal and your own lunch and snacks.

Introduction to Computer Programming for Kids CEDV 110 8 hours $80+GST

OFFERED ONCE Feb 2/18 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. We will look at historical video games and the evolution of computer programming over the past few decades.

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.

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Kids’ Drama Camp CEFA 116 8 hours $80+GST

OFFERED ONCE Oct 20/17 Fri 8:30-4:30 Stretch their imagination – and introduce your child or continue their journey into the world of theatre. During this day long camp students will have a chance to build confidence and unleash their creative side through games, storytelling, improvisation, and character creation. Drama influences energy, creative expression, participation, skills development, literacy, communication, self- presentation skills and more!

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS For ages 9-12.

SUPPLIES

Please wear comfortable clothing and be ready to have fun!

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS Information Technology Post-Diploma .......................................................... 35

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN TRADES BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals (online) .......................................  37 Vehicle Inspection Endorsement ......................................................................  38

COURSES AC Fundamentals (online) ..................................................................................  38 Building Service Worker Level 1 - Basic Commercial Cleaning ............   39 Building Service Worker Level 2 - Hard Floor Care ..................................   40 DC Fundamentals (online) ..................................................................................  40


PROGRAMS - IN TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Information Technology POST-DIPLOMA Full-time Intakes September and May of each year 24 months please see www.cnc.bc.ca/ce for details The College of New Caledonia offers an exciting two-year Post Diploma in one of the fastest-growing niches in the Canadian job market: Information Technologies. There will be upwards of 182,000 positions that will need to be filled by 2019, and CNC’s program is designed to meet this demand with qualified graduates from the PDIT program.

CAREERS IN THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY

Information Systems Analysts and Consultants, Computer and Network Operators and Web Technicians, Computer Programmers and System Testing Technicians, Database Analysts and Data Administrators. The program is delivered over four full-time semesters of study and further supported by an 80-hour self-directed work-placement, Project Work Skills, in a related business and/or case studies in classroom labs. Students will also have the opportunity to define their career goals, prepare their work experience portfolio and gain skills to help acquire successful jobs. Course offerings are constructed on recognized industry manufacturers’ and vendor-neutral standards which encourage students to develop competencies relevant to current and future trends in IT enterprise/server environments. To meet objectives found in the modern workplace, the PDIT program incorporates foundations necessary for learners to obtain several industry-recognized certifications: CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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• Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA2) • Linux (CompTIA) • CWNA (Certified Wireless Network Administrator) • ETA (Electronic Technicians Association) • CompTIA A+, Project+, Server+ • CFOT 4 (Certified Fibre Optic Technician) • CWSP (Certified Wireless Security Professional) • MCP5 (Microsoft Certified Professional) There are two intakes a year and students are admitted on a first qualified, first accepted basis.

SAMPLE SCHEDULE Year 1 | Semester 1 PDIT PDIT PDIT PDIT

302 303 306 376

Computer Systems Hardware Computer Operating Systems Data Cable Installation and Management Introduction to Networks

Semester 2 PDIT PDIT PDIT PDIT

304 308 324 377

Enterprise Systems Administration Project Management Wireless Technology Specialist Routing and Switching Essentials

Year 2 | Semester 3 PDIT PDIT PDIT PDIT

326 330 332 378

Wireless Network Administrator Microsoft Server Operating Systems Introduction to Linux Scaling Networks

Semester 4 COM 100 PDIT 328 PDIT 340 PDIT 379 PDIT 391

Fundamentals of Business Wireless Security Professional Development Connecting Networks Project Work Skills

*The Project Work Skills component can be served after completing 378, Scaling Networks, or upon completion of all course work. Previously offered as an Internship, Project Work Skills will ensure the student gains relevant skills and experience in the industry and will be supported to the best of the instructor’s ability.

PREREQUISITES

Applicants require proof of successful completion of the following:

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• Minimum, successfully completed 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). • 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.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Starting Sept. 2017, a minimum “B” (72%) grade in each course is required to successfully complete the PDIT program under the new grading scale.

NOTE

Students enrolled in the PDIT program prior to September 2017 will follow the previous grading scale which meant a “C+” (75%) was required to successfully complete the PDIT program.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN TRADES

BC Hydro Electric Utility Fundamentals (online) CEEL 160 70 hours $633 This online 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, for example, metering • Understanding consumer power requirements

RECOMMENDED

Completion of Math 11 or 12 and Physics 11 or 12 would be an asset.

NOTE

This course has a continuous intake so you can register at any time in the year and you have up to two years to complete the required course material. Almost all BC Hydro employees are required to take this course. If you are planning on working at BC Hydro, and have the other employment prerequisites, this course could be an asset. CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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Vehicle Inspection Endorsement CECV 150 20 hours $395

OFFERED TWICE Sep 29/17 Fri 4:00-8:00 Sep 30 & Oct 1/17

Sat & Sun

8:00-4:30

Jun 1/18 Fri 4:00-8:00 Jun 2 & 3/18

Sat & Sun

8:00-4:30

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.

TEXTBOOK

Vehicle Inspection Manual Binder 2016 and Motor Vehicle Act Regulations.

PREREQUISITES

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.

SUPPLIES

CSA approved safety glasses and footwear are required.

COURSES - IN TRADES & TECHNOLOGY AC Fundamentals (online) CEEL 158 70 hours $622

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

RECOMMENDED

Completion of DC Fundamentals or equivalent. Completion of Math 11 or 12 and Physics 11 or 12.

NOTE

This course has a continuous intake so you can register at any time in the year and you have 30 weeks to complete the required course material. There is an option for an 8 week extension for an additional fee. After your tuition payment has been processed, you will be sent detailed instructions on how to access the course online.

Building Service Worker Level 1 - Basic Commercial Cleaning CECA 151 20 hours $399

OFFERED ONCE Oct 20/17 Fri 4:00-8:00 Oct 21 & 22/17

Sat & Sun

8:00-4:30

This course constitutes an introduction to the skills required to work in the building service custodial field. Chemistry of Cleaning, Chemical safety, Chemical Mixing, Industry Generic Chemicals: How chemicals work, kinds of soil, the cleaning process, detergents, & pH scale. Upon successful completion of this course, including written and skills demonstration exams, the student will be issued a BSW - Level 1 Certificate. Possession of this Certificate is often a prerequisite or preferred qualification for employment for many school boards, colleges, institutions and private cleaning companies. CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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Building Service Worker Level 2 - Hard Floor Care CECA 152 20 hours $399

OFFERED ONCE Oct 27/17 Fri 4:00-8:00 Oct 28 & 29/17

Sat & Sun

8:00-4:30

Upon successful completion of the course, including written and practical testing, the student will receive a Certificate: BSW 2 - Hard Floor Maintenance. It familiarizes the student with the latest in techniques, equipment, chemistry and products. The following subjects will be covered in depth: the chemistry of flooring care products and the importance of using a system for sanitation. Correct maintenance procedures for virtually all types of commercial building resilient and hard surface flooring, including vinyl, concrete, terrazzo, marble, ceramic and quarry tile and wood; detailed instruction for cleaning, stripping, etching, sealing, finishing; routine day-to-day maintenance, rotational maintenance, restoration, including UHS finishing; types, characteristics and application of sealers, finishes, restorers; equipment, including power floor machines and attachments: how they work and how to choose the best for the job.

PREREQUISITES

Building Service Worker Level 1 Certificate.

DC Fundamentals (online) CEEL 158 70 hours $622 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.

RECOMMENDED

Completion of Math 11 or 12 and Physics 11 or 12.

NOTE

This course has a continuous intake so you can register at any time in the year. You have 30 weeks to complete the required course material. There is an option for an 8 week extension for an additional fee. After your tuition payment has been processed, you will be sent detailed instructions on how to access the course online.

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PARTNERS IN LEARNING - THE JUSTICE INSTITUTE & CENTRE FOR CONFLICT RESOLUTION

CNC Community & Continuing Education are partners of the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) and the Centre for Conflict Resolution (CCR) to ensure relevant training and professional development when you need it. We work together to bring vital training to your doorstep that would otherwise not be available to our location. These courses are designed to help you communicate more effectively and to provide you with new skills and knowledge that will enhance your relationships within your workplace, family, and community. JIBC is Canada’s leading public safety educator with a mission to develop dynamic justice and public safety professionals through its exceptional applied education, training and research. The Centre for Conflict Resolution offers the most comprehensive conflict resolution courses and programs in Canada and are delivered in 16 locations across British Columbia, in Alberta, Ontario, the Yukon and online.

HOW TO REGISTER FOR JIBC COURSES

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 correct dates • Click on the “Register” button to proceed with registering By phone: • Toll-free at 1-877-528-5591 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). CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18

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Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Resolution WORKPLACE FOCUS CRES 1101 24 hours $634

OFFERED TWICE Oct 2 - 4/17

Mon-Wed

8:30-4:30

Feb 5 - 7/18

Mon-Wed

8:30-4:30

Dealing effectively with workplace conflicts is a key competency for success in any job. 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 and overview of conflict dynamics and collaboration strategies. This highly participatory course emphasizes self-awareness and understand through structured exercises and simulations. A flash drive will be provided for you to record your role-play on the final day of the course.

Building Your Communication Toolbox CRES 1302 16 hours $417

OFFERED ONCE Dec 4 - 5/17

Mon, Tue

8:30-4:30

If you have not had previous training in interpersonal communication skills, this elective course is strongly recommended. In this course, you will focus on communication skills that are the building blocks of mediating, negotiating and resolving interpersonal conflict. Skills are demonstrated. Following, you will have the opportunity to practice short exercises involving conflict situations. Specific skills include non-defensive listening, reframing and assertive speaking.

Negotiation Skills Level I CRES 1170 24 hours $634

OFFERED ONCE Mar 26 - 28/18

Mon-Wed

8:30-4:30

In this course, you will 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. Negotiation skills are essential in daily interactions with others. 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 interest of both

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parties. Emphasis is on skill development through simulated negotiations assisted by trained coaches. A flash drive will be provided for you to record your role-play on the final day of the course.

Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) Course PARA 1050 136 hours $1619

OFFERED ONCE Oct 7 to Dec 2/17

Sat, Sun

8:30-4:30

(No classes on Nov 11/12 due to stat holiday weekend) 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 healthcare 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. 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. In addition, many graduates have used their training as an excellent foundation for continued studies in other areas of healthcare; such as nursing, respiratory therapy, kinesiology, occupational therapy, and even medical school. It is a prerequisite for the Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) program.

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CNC Testing Centre

How to Register

ASSTTBC FIRE PROTECTION CHALLENGE EXAMS

IN PERSON

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 by calling 250-561-5837. Exam sittings are available from Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm.

Registration Information To register you must pay fees by cash, cheque, money order, Visa or Mastercard. Registrations are accepted on a first-come firstserved basis unless otherwise specified. Your registration is confirmed when your fees are paid. For a course to run, we must have a minimum number of paid registrations. We reserve the right to cancel any course due to insuficcient 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.

Visit the Office of the Registrar 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 250561-5801 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 cnc. bc.ca/ce

Fee Structure TECHNOLOGY FEE

The CNC technology fee of $5.62 per course ensures CNC technology capabilities are maintained, allowing us to offer you up-todate classroom hardware and software.

DEVELOPMENT FEE

The CNC development fee is to help offset the costs of developing and revision of new and existing courses and programs.

TAXES

While most Continuing Education courses are tax-exempt, general interest courses are subject to GST. Receipts issued will reflect the break-down of the fees including any taxes.


Refunds A full refund of fees (with 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 of fees will be given if a student cancels on or after the registration deadline.

Course Cancelation 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.

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 endevours. 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 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 and credit cards.

Accessibility Support Services Accessibility Support Services ensures that all students who meet regular entranec 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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CNC Community & Continuing Education 2017-18 Course Calendar  

Fall/Winter schedule for courses and programs at CNC Comunity & Continuing Education.