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Think. Do. CARE HEAL SUPPORT NURTURE

Become.

HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT PROGRAM DESIGN

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

This seven-month program combines

Health Care Assistants are in high

classroom and practical experience, providing you with the knowledge and skills required to care for individuals in residential care, assisted living facilities, community settings or in their homes.

Starts September 3, 2019

demand in the Kootenay region and across the province.

Accepting applications now. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Phone: 250-428-5332 email: creston@cotr.bc.ca

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CONTINUING EDUCATION FULL TIME, PART TIME AND EVENING CLASSES Creston Campus | September - November 2019

BUSINESS AND COMPUTER TRAINING

8-10

Sage 50 9 Social Media 10

GENERAL INTEREST Continued

15-22

Outdoors 21 Writing 22 TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY

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CUSTOM TRAINING SERVICES

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FIRST AID

1-4

.....Superhost 14

FULL TIME COURSES

23

ONLINE 12-14

Adult Upgrading

23

Activity Assistant Program Online 13

GENERAL INTEREST

15-22

.....FoodSafe 14

Arts and Crafts

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Cannabis Retail Specialist Program 12

Cannabis Home Cultivating

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ed2go 14

Health and Wellness

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Horticulture and Gardening

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Language 20

CONTACT A CAMPUS NEAR YOU Creston 250-428-5332 cotr.ca/ConEd

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Specialized Training

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FIRST AID

St. John Ambulance CPR courses teach basic techniques that can be applied at home, work or play. All public CPR courses include training in Automated External Defibrillation (AED). Upon completion of these courses, participants will receive a national St. John Ambulance CPR and AED certificate. Annual training in CPR and AED is recommended.

NEW! St. John Ambulance CPR-A AED This course teaches adult resuscitation only and is suitable for adult caregivers, family members, seniors, high school teachers, coaches (for adults) and the general public. There is no written examination. Certificate valid for three years. Course content includes: • Roles and responsibilities • Adult resuscitation (one and two rescuer CPR, automated external defibrillation (AED) and first aid for choking) • Use of universal precautions including gloves and pocket mask Saturday | September 28 | 8:30 am - 12:30 pm | J. Anderson | $70 | PVHE-256

NEW! St. John Ambulance CPR-B AED This course includes all CPR-A with AED content with the addition of child and infant resuscitation. This course is suited for anyone who cares for adults, children or infants, including parents, family members, coaches, schoolteachers, as well as the general public. There is no written examination. Certificate valid for three years. Course content includes: • Roles and responsibilities • Adult, child and infant resuscitation (one rescuer CPR, automated external defibrillation (AED) and first aid for choking) • Two rescuer adult CPR • Use of universal precautions including gloves and pocket mask Saturday | September 28 | 8:30 am - 2:30 pm | J. Anderson | $125 | PVHE-257

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NEW! St. John Ambulance CPR-C AED This course targets people who have a duty to respond to medical emergencies in a pre-hospital care environment, as well as the general public. This group may include workplace first aiders, ski patrollers, police and other first responders, lifeguards, community health workers, coaches and others whose job requires them to perform CPR on adults, children and/or infants within the community or workplace. This course meets 2012 ILCOR guidelines for Basic Life Support. Certificate valid for three years. Course content includes: • Roles and responsibilities • Adult, child and infant resuscitation (one rescuer CPR, automated external defibrillation and choking) • Two rescuer adult CPR • Use of universal precautions including gloves and pocket mask • Written examination Note: If you are training to be a lifeguard, please check at the aquatic facility to confirm the training you require. Saturday | September 28 | 8:30 am - 2:45 pm | J. Anderson | $125 | PVHE-258

St. John Emergency First Aid for Industry This course is recognized as equivalent to WorkSafeBC OFA 1 and is certified through St. John. Learn the skills necessary to become a Level 1 first aid attendant in BC. CPR A certificate is included (valid for three years). Saturday | October 19 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | J. Anderson | $125 | PVHE-110 Saturday | November 30 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | J. Anderson | $125 | PVHE-110

St. John Emergency Community Care This fast-paced, one-day St. John’s Ambulance course is designed for people who work in licensed child and adult care facilities and is suitable for anyone who provides care for infants, children and/or adults. You must be 14 years old with reading comprehension to Grade 6-7 and the ability to physically perform the skills required to complete the course. Saturday | October 26 | 8:30 am - 5:30 pm | J. Anderson | $125 | PVHE-123

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St. John Standard for Industry Designed for Industry, oil patch workers, nursing students, health care professionals and general public requiring Standard First Aid certification OFA 1 Equivalent, this dual certificate prepares you to offer first aid at the scene of an accident without special equipment and professional medical help. Successful completion provides you with both a St. John Standard First Aid OFA 1 equivalent, along with CPR-C with AED valid for three years. This course meets first aid requirements for WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid - Level 1, Canada Labour Code, Standard First Aid and Emergency First Aid - Community Care. Saturday and Sunday | November 16, 17 | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm | J. Anderson | $249 | PVHE-122

St. John Lifesaver This introductory first aid course is available for persons 10 years of age and over. The Lifesaver teaches five of the most often required skills to save a life. Content includes: roles and responsibilities, casualty management, adult resuscitation, severe bleeding, medical conditions, burns and poisoning. A certificate of attendance will be issued upon completion. Must bring photo ID. Saturday | October 5 | 9:00 am - 1:15 pm | J. Anderson | $59 + GST | GIHE-660

Occupational First Aid - Level 1 When accidents happen you need to be able to handle the situation. This seven-hour program equips you with emergency skills needed to stabilize an injured person until trained help arrives. Areas covered include: bleeding control, CPR AED, and conscious and unconscious choking. Upon completion you receive a certificate that is valid for three years. Course fee includes the book. Saturday | September 21 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Jackson | $125 | PVHE-100 Saturday | November 2 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Jackson | $125 | PVHE-100

Occupational First Aid - Level 2 If you are in a position where WorkSafeBC OFA regulations require certification to the OFA Level II, this is the program for you. Primarily designed for the urban first aid attendant, this five-day course takes you through the basics of airway, breathing and circulation, preparing you to deal with obstructed airways, breathing distress, bleeding control, shock and CPR. Patient assessment, upper limb splinting and minor wound care are also covered. Certificate is valid for three years. Prerequisite: Complete pre-course work, self-disclosure medical certificate. Registration Deadline: September 15, 2019. Monday to Friday | October 21 to 25 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Jackson | $649 | PVHE-200

Occupational First Aid - Level 3 The ultimate course in first aid! Recognized in both Alberta and BC, this course prepares you to take on the responsibilities of the first aid attendant providing emergency care in your industry and covers a variety of emergency medical techniques. The course fee includes your books, exam fee and certificate, which is valid for three years. Please note that the exam is now held on the last (10th) day of the course. Note: You must pick up books at your local campus prior to course start date. Prerequisite: Complete pre-course work, self-disclosure medical certificate. Registration Deadline: March 15, 2020. Monday to Friday | April 20 to May 1 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Jackson | $895 | PVHE-300

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Transportation Endorsement As a compliment to the WorkSafeBC OFA Level 1 certificate, this course meets the needs of those responsible for transporting injured workers to medical aid from more remote settings (greater than 20 minutes transport time). Prerequisite: OFA 1 or equivalent. Please review the WorkSafeBC regulations on equivalent certifications, or contact your local campus to confirm if you have the correct prerequisite. Monday | October 28 | 8:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Jackson | $125 | PVHE-301

Emergency Medical Responder The EMR course is for BC Occupational First Aid - Level 3 attendants who wish to upgrade their skills to become an EMR attendant for the ambulance service and prepares the candidate for the provincial examination. This course meets the NOCP guidelines as set out by the Paramedics Association of Canada. Note that most employers in the North are asking for minimum of EMR. Note: You must pick up books at your local campus and complete pre-course work before the first class. Prerequisite: Candidates must be 19 years of age, hold a valid Level 3 OFA certificate or equivalent, preferably issued within the previous six months. Creston: Dates TBD Cranbrook | Monday to Saturday | September 30 to October 7, 2019 | 8:30 am - 5:00 pm | TBD $895 + textbook | PVHE-315-01

NEED A FIRST AID COURSE FOR YOUR GROUP? Contact the College and we would be pleased to create a contract course just for you.

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SAFETY NEW! Home Safety and Emergency Planning Do you use a wood stove to heat your home? Did you know that if a fire starts in your home, you may have just a few minutes to escape? Protecting your family and home from fire requires preparation and an understanding of your risks and hazards. This program will provide you with information and resources to help prevent home fires, while providing you with tools to prepare and respond to a fire or other emergencies in your home. This will include such topics as fire safety tips, prevention, planning and recovery, along with fire extinguisher basics. Bring your questions. Note: Even though this is a FREE course, please call and let us know you are coming. Tuesday | October 8 | 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm | J. Riel | FREE | GIIN-156

Forklift Certification Course includes certification by IVES Training. Covers Labour Canada and BC OH&S Regulations, elements of a professional operator, inspection and safety checks, proper and safe refueling, pallet safety, manoeuvering techniques, stability triangle, safe operating principles, ramp and dock operations, and injury assessment. Certificate is valid for two years. Note: You must pick up books at your local campus and complete pre-course work prior to course start date. Safety boots required. Saturday | September 21 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | R. Currie | $249 | PVHE-647 Saturday | November 2 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | R. Currie | $249 | PVHE-647 Saturday | December 7 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | R. Currie | $249 | PVHE-647

Basic Fall Protection This eight-hour course includes theory and practical application exercises to introduce the student to standards for fall protection which meet or exceed both Alberta and BC OH&S standards. This program teaches all core concepts of fall protection from a regulatory and standards perspective including: fall protection requirements for workers and employers, hierarchy of fall protection, methods of hazard identification, examining various fall protection and fall arrest systems, equipment care and maintenance, and understanding the ABCs of a personal fall protection system. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of anchorages, body support and connectors, as well as an introduction into rescue basics, including self-rescue and assisted rescue. Friday | November 15 | 8:00 am – 5:00 pm | D. Jackson | $249 | PVHE-517

Chainsaw Safety This one-day course is designed for entry-level chainsaw operators focusing on proper saw maintenance and safe use of chainsaws. Approximately four hours of classroom presentation includes review of OH&S Regulations, hands-on work assignments, including essential saw maintenance and correct chain filing, proper use of PPE gear, and techniques for safe chainsaw operation. Approximately four hours of fieldwork includes implementing procedures learned in the classroom and a field examination of each student for basic chainsaw operating competency. Note: Safety boots required. Saturday | November 16 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | J. Macaulay | $179 | PVNR-125

Red Cross Babysitting Course The Canadian Red Cross Babysitting Course, refreshed and revised, now has a greater emphasis on First Aid skills. This course covers everything from managing difficult behaviours to essential content on leadership and professional conduct as a babysitter. Babysitting promises to deepen and enhance the responsibility that older youth feel when caring for younger children. This updated curriculum, complete with new science, also provides improved learning when it comes to giving the appropriate care in the event of an emergency. Ages 11-15. Monday to Friday | October 7 to 11 | 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm Monday to Thursday; 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Friday C. Stankevich | $65 | PVSS-600

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Occupational Health and Safety, Part 1 This introductory course will introduce new committee members to the basic principles of workplace health and safety. Great for current OH&S committee members who desire refresher training. Develop scenarios with current OH&S issues faced at your workplace and become equipped with strategies to overcome these issues. Topics include: health and safety legislation (provincial and federal), workplace parties’ rights and responsibilities, how legislation relates to your workplace, locate existing health and safety resources, identify workplace hazards directly related to workplaces, strategies and controls to eliminate or reduce workplace hazards, develop plans to solve health and safety issues at your workplace. Audience: OH&S committee members, managers and worker representatives. Thursday | October 24 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | S. Kallies | $159 | PVHE-114

Occupational Health and Safety, Part 2 Designed to allow participants to pick up where our OH&S Part 1 leaves off and further develop the concepts, tools and resources needed to tackle OH&S issues at their workplaces. Topics include: legal requirements (provincial and federal), elements of an effective health and safety program; assess the effectiveness of your OH&S committee and develop strategies to improve health and safety in the workplace; create a functioning terms of reference and agenda for the OH&S Committee; discuss hazard control principles, setting priorities, hierarchy of controls and developing effective recommendations; “health and safety culture” improvement strategies; and introduction to accident investigation. Audience: OH&S committee members, managers and worker representatives. Prerequisite: Completion of the OH&S Part 1 Course. Friday | October 25 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm | S. Kallies | $159 | PVHE-116

Radio Operator Certificate This one-day course will instruct you on the proper procedure and terminology to receive and send transmissions over a handheld radio. This is an internationally accepted procedure utilizing the phonetic alphabet used to communicate on airplanes, ships and emergency services. After taking this course, you will be more efficient in communicating on radios with less chance of misunderstanding. The procedure may be applied to any outdoor recreational activity. After passing the exam, you will receive a lifetime Restricted Operator Certificate (ROC). Saturday | December 7 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | K. Grover | $119 | PVIN-270-CS01

TDG Online Required by Transport Canada if you are transporting dangerous goods, this course includes shipping documentation, labels and packaging, driver documentation and information regarding an accident or emergency. TDG is delivered online and can be taken at your convenience. Face-to-face training options are also available for your business! Note: TDG Certificate is valid for three years. Online | $39 | PVHE-701

WHMIS Online Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System training to meet the Federal Hazardous Products Act requirements for handling hazardous materials in the workplace. Online | $29 | PVHE-700

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STAY CURRENT IN YOUR PROFESSION!

ENVIRONMENTAL OPERATORS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM (EOCP) Continuing Education Units (CEU) The following College of the Rockies courses are approved for CEU credits with the EOCP: EOCP Course Number

Course Name

CEU’s

1226374

OFA 1

0.60

1226386

OFA Transportation Endorsement

0.60

1226375

OFA 3

6.00

1226381

H2S Alive

0.60

1226382

Counterbalance Forklift

0.60

BC HOUSING LICENSING AND CONSUMER SERVICES Continuing Professional Development (CPD) The following College of the Rockies courses are approved for CPD points with BC Housing and Consumer Services: Course Name

CPD Group A Points

CPD Group B Points

Basic Bookkeeping

0

36

Basic Fall Protection

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Confined Space Awareness

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Construction Safety Training System (CSTS)

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Forklift Certification

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BUSINESS AND COMPUTER TRAINING Beginner Bookkeeping What are debits and credits? Course covers a system of bookkeeping suitable for small businesses and enables students without previous experience in bookkeeping to track business transactions in a systematic manner. Tuesdays and Thursdays | September 24 to October 3 | 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran $149 | PVBM-1456

Payroll Increase your payroll knowledge and confidence! Start with an overview of payroll, including the basic skills of how to complete a simple payroll for a number of employees using both manual and spreadsheet calculations. Obtain the knowledge needed to apply and use the tax tables as well as calculate overtime and amounts owed to other agencies. Also discover how to produce journal entries, calculate the amounts due to the government, and review employment standards and labour relations. Prerequisite: Beginner Bookkeeping or equivalent experience. Tuesdays and Thursday | October 8 to 15 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | B. Loughran | $119 | PVBM-1072

Introduction to QuickBooks Desktop Get the hands-on training you need to start using QuickBooks to set up a chart of accounts, reconcile bank accounts, create and print invoices, receipts, statements, track your payables, inventory and receivables, create estimates, prepare payroll and generate reports. Note: No class October 31. Prerequisite: Beginner Bookkeeping or equivalent experience. Tuesdays, Thursdays | October 17 to November 7 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran | $289 PVBM-1090

NEW! Communications Planning-Small Business Success You have a business plan, a marketing plan, a financial plan, but do you have a communications plan? Your communications goals support your business goals, and a clear plan helps you communicate effectively with your target audiences. This course walks you through the creation of a practical communications plan that you can put into action right away. • Follow a template to outline an effective communications plan • Identify communications goals and objectives that support your business goals • Learn how your audience affects your key messages • Outline a strategy and tactics that will engage your audience and help you succeed • Identify opportunities to communicate, from media to speaking opportunities • Plan ahead so that effective and engaging communications becomes part of doing business • Connect your communications plan to your marketing plan for bigger impact Takeaways include a template for a communications plan, work on the different components that make a successful plan, and a checklist to put it into action. Saturday | October 19 | 10:00 am - 1:00 pm | D. Wall | $69 | PVBM-566

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NEW! Sage 50 Accounting Certificate Register for the up-to-date Sage 50 Accounting Certificate course to explore all levels of the software for a discounted rate. Upon successful completion of all three modules, including Beginner Sage 50, Sage 50 Payroll and Advanced Sage 50, you will receive a College of the Rockies Certificate of Completion. Prerequisite: Beginner Bookkeeping or equivalent training/experience. Tuesdays and Thursdays | February 18 to March 26 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran $749 | PVBM-600

NEW! Beginner Sage 50 Do you want to understand the essentials of your Sage 50 Accounting product? This beginner’s course is designed for participants who want to learn how to install Sage 50, set up Users and Roles, and customize the Company and User Settings. You will also be shown how to setup and process Receivables, Payables, General Ledger, Banking, Budgets and Sales Tax. Prerequisite: Beginner Bookkeeping or equivalent training/experience. Tuesdays and Thursdays | February 18 to March 5 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran $349 | PVBM-601

NEW! Sage 50 Payroll Do you understand the essentials but want a little more clarity on the payroll module in your Sage 50 Accounting product? This course shows you how to set up the Payroll Module, process pay cheques and payroll remittances. Additionally, it describes how to print and electronically file government payroll forms. Prerequisite: Beginner Sage 50 or equivalent training/experience. Tuesdays and Thursdays | March 10 to 12 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran | $199 | PVBM-602

NEW! Advanced Sage 50 This comprehensive course delivers the knowledge and skills necessary to set up and use Inventory, Projects, Foreign Currency, Reports and Forms, Departments, Time and Billing, and Enhanced Productivity Features. Also learn how to prepare a complete year-end. Prerequisite: Beginner Sage 50 or equivalent training/experience. Tuesdays and Thursdays | March 17 to 26 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | B. Loughran | $249 | PVBM-603

File Management Checklist Excellent file management skills are a prerequisite for all of our software courses. Can you do all of the following functions? • Understand file name extensions • Create and name a new folder • Sort files by name, type size or date • Display contents of a drive/folder • Copy and move files/folders • Display storage space on a disk or drive • Create shortcuts to files and folders • Single-select and multi-select files

• Delete files/folders • Save files in specific folders • Drag and drop files to a new location • Rename files/folders • Search and/or find a file using wildcards • Know the layout of and be able to use a keyboard • Left-click and right-click a mouse for navigation and options/menus.

If you cannot perform all of the functions on this list, you must take Introduction to Computers before taking a software course. This helps ensure you have the essential skills needed to learn how to use software.

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NEW! Twitter for Beginners Twitter is one of the largest social media platforms in the world with 330 million active monthly users. Have you joined yet? We’ll show you how to make the best use of your Twitter account, whether it’s sharing your stories and opinions, following your favourite celebrities and influencers, or getting your organization or company involved in the Online Community. Tuesday and Thursday | September 24, 26 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | D. Viola | $69 + GST | GIBM-993

NEW! Instagram Creating beautiful digital photos and videos is truly an art form in our modern world. You will be taught how to enhance and share the moments that matter most to you through creative filters, Photoshop, video editing and more. We will also show you how to like, comment and share the content of other users you follow! Please bring your phone or tablet to class. Tuesday and Thursday | October 1, 3 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | D. Viola | $69 + GST | GIBM-994

NEW! Your Android Cell Phone The Android cell phone is a cell phone running the Android OS (operating system). A typical Android cell phone is a smartphone with a touch screen interface, multiple connectivity options, Internet browsing capabilities, support for video playback and a camera. If you are new to an Android cell phone, then this introductory course is for you. Please bring your device to class. Tuesdays and Thursday | November 12 to 19 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | D. Viola | $109 + GST | GIBM-230

What Does It Take To Teach A Continuing Education Course? Join us for an hour and discover what it takes to teach a continuing education course. Not sure what that is? Well, continuing education courses are courses that people take for their own interests and enjoyment. The courses that are offered in this program guide are continuing education. Let’s talk about what we would need from you and how you would go about submitting a proposal. You may have a hobby that you feel would interest others but are not sure how to go about teaching them. Let us help with that. If you have the knowledge and enthusiasm about something, let’s talk! Coffee and cookies provided. Please call so we know you are coming. Wednesday | October 30 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm | B. McCaull | FREE | GIIN-155

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COMMUNITY FUTURES WORKSHOPS Doing Business with Indigenous Business and Communities Engage in an open and candid conversation that explores the benefits and challenges of building stronger relationships with Indigenous entrepreneurs, businesses and communities. Expand your ability to develop and enhance opportunities with Indigenous customers, suppliers and project partners by speaking directly with knowledgeable business and community leaders. Thursday | September 26 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | $59 + GST | GIBM-151

Sales Success – Generate Opportunities and Close the Deal Discuss and explore key tactics for growing your sales revenue. Negotiating successfully and closing the deal means having a clear strategy, whether you are interested in generating and connecting with new sales leads or providing new products and services to existing customers. Thursday | October 24 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | $59 + GST | GIBM-152

Social Media Marketing Improve or learn how to effectively build your brand and tell your story through social media. Discuss the importance of planning and consistency, aligning mission and message, and engaging your audience. Thursday | November 28 | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm | $59 + GST | GIBM-154

CUSTOM TRAINING SERVICES Our Continuing Education and Contract Training Team will create customized training and educational programs for your industry, organization or business. We provide a wide range of training services including:

First Aid and Safety Training

Professional Development

• Red Cross First Aid/CPR (all levels) • Occupational First Aid (all levels) • St. John First Aid • H2S Alive • Fall Protection • Confined Space Awareness • WHMIS and TDG • S100 and S100A • Traffic Control/Flagging • Forklift • Genie Boom • Aerial Lift • FoodSafe

• Management Training • Project Management • Computer Training • Leadership Programs • Conflict Resolution • Customer Service Training • Workplace Communication • Grant Writing • Managing Change in the Workplace • Service and Sales Excellence • Training Needs Assessment • Corporate or Community Branding • Industry Training

For more information on our custom training services call today! Creston Continuing Education and Contract Training Team: Kim Garety – Manager x 4101 Bonnie McCaull – Program Administrator x 4102 Maggie Webb – Administrative Assistant x 4103 Contact 250-428-5332, creston@cotr.bc.ca

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ONLINE

Cannabis Retail Specialist Program This 26-week online program is designed to provide you with the training you need for employment at a licensed cannabis distributor or related enterprise in the emerging cannabis industry. The program is comprised of two courses: Cannabis Retail Fundamentals (CRS 100) and Cannabis Retail Applications (CRS 101). Learn More About: • History of Cannabis • Cannabis/Hemp Nutrition • Chemical Components of Cannabis • Cannabis Species Characteristics and Strains • Front Line Roles and Responsibilities for the Cannabis Industry

• Human Physiology and the Endocannabinoid System • Botany • Cannabis Regulations • Medicinal Benefits of Cannabis • Cannabis Forms and Delivery Systems • Cannabis Distribution Centre Practicum

Next Intake: September 30, 2019 and March 2020 | Online | $3,990

Cannabis Retail Fundamentals (CRS 100) This 13-week online course is designed to provide participants with background training for employment in the emerging Cannabis industry. Students will learn the history of Cannabis use, plant morphology/ physiology, the Cannabis growth cycle, human physiology and the endocannabinoid system, current Cannabis Regulations in Canada and the active chemical constituents in Cannabis. This course is a prerequisite to PVR 196.

Cannabis Retail Applications (CRS 101) This course is comprised of 11 weeks of online study followed by a 40-hour practicum and follows immediately after PVR 195. It is designed to provide the specific knowledge and skills needed for employment in a licensed retail Cannabis outlet, as a client care representative or in a related Cannabis enterprise. Students will learn the medicinal benefits of Cannabis as identified by Health Canada and clinical trials, species and strain characteristics, methods of preparation and administration, customer service and client care roles and responsibilities. The practicum portion requires 40 hours of on-site experience in a retail Cannabis outlet or related facility. Students will have 6 weeks to complete the practicum requirement. Note: Practicum placement location will be the responsibility of the student.

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SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Activity Assistant Program The Activity Assistant Program is designed to provide post-graduate continuing education for individuals with previous health care education (Health Care Assistants, Resident Care Aides) and experience. The course is designed to provide participants with the concepts and practical skills to deliver activities to clients/residents experiencing cognitive and physical challenges. Students are provided opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and values necessary to plan and implement, with supervision, individual and group activities for older adults in continuing, long-term care and rehabilitation settings. This on-line program is delivered part-time over an 11-month period, allowing most students to continue working while taking the program. Course Listings and Time Frames: • AAP • AAP • AAP • AAP • AAP

101 - Framework for Activity Assistant Role - approximately 11 weeks 102 - Activity for Well-Being - approximately 13 weeks 103 - Programming Activities for Clients with Dementia - approximately 11 weeks 104 – 45-hour practicum concurrent with AAP 102 105 – 90-hour practicum following AAP 103

Practicums: Practicums 104 and 105 must be completed at two different sites. Example: Long Term Care, Extended Care, Adult Day Program, Acute or Home and Community Care. For students already working as Activity Assistants, AAP consideration may be given on an individual basis and with approval of instructor and student’s work supervisor, to gain an acceptable variety of experience during their work schedule. Next intake: October 21, 2019 and April 2020 | Online | 1,499

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ONLINE | ED2GO.COM/ROCKIES We offer a wide range of highly interactive courses that you can take entirely online. All of our courses include expert instructors and helpful program assistants. Ed2Go courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient and geared just for you. Take single course or bundle some of them. Here are some areas in which to choose your courses: • Language and Arts – bundle Photography Suite • Personal Development – bundle Speed Spanish Series • Teaching and Education • Technology – bundle Creating WordPress Websites Series • Writing and Publishing

• Accounting and Finance – bundle Microsoft Excel 2016 Series • Business • College Readiness • Computer Applications • Design and Composition – bundle Creating WordPress Websites Series • Healthcare and Medical – bundle Medical Terminology Series

Upcoming Start Dates: September 11 | October 16 | November 13 | December 11

TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY FoodSafe Level 1 A food handling, sanitation and work safety course designed for food service establishment operators and front line food service workers such as cooks, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and deli workers. This eight-hour course covers important food safety and worker safety information including foodborne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing. Course fee includes the book and certificate, which is valid for five years. Exams can be pre-ordered in languages other than English. Please contact us for more information. Note: Please bring your ID to class! Saturday | September 21 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | B. McCaull | $125 | PVPS-101 Saturday | November 2 | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | B. McCaull | $125 | PVPS-101

NEW! SuperHost SuperHost offers affordable, relevant and quality customer service training for front-line employees in the tourism industry. SuperHost is intended for people who are entering the workforce for the first time, after a significant break, or who are fairly new at working in a customer-facing role. Foundations of Service Quality is now available in classroom format. This course introduces the principles of providing a quality service experience in the workplace and provides an understanding of the importance of exceptional customer service. Students will learn about workplace communication, problem solving, customer and employer expectations and more. Online version of the Foundations course will be available in Spring 2018. We welcome registrations from all jurisdictions, including the US and Mexico. Saturday | October 19 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | A. Rautenbach | $125 | PVPS-173

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ARTS AND CRAFTS NEW! Beginner Soap Making Home crafts are enjoying a resurgence as more people take an interest in the ingredients and processes involved in their family’s’ everyday products. Join our instructor as she goes over lye use and safety, soap making equipment, oils and butters and curing/storing your own handmade soaps. In addition to an in-class demonstration of a cold-processed soap, students will receive a kit to take home to make their own unique soap. Note: Kit included in tuition. Thursday | November 7 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm | S. Riordan | $89 + GST | GIAR-630

Sewing Project Join our instructor as she guides you through the creation of a full dress or other item of clothing. This 12-hour course will provide you with the skills required to take a sewing project from start to finish. Bring your ideas to class and watch them grow! Note: Students must provide sewing machine, fabric and pattern of choice. Thursdays | September 19 to October 10 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | C. Jarvis | $149 + GST | GIPD-978

HEALTH AND WELLNESS NEW! Feng Shui During this course you will be shown the basic principles of Feng Shui and the art of placement to enhance your energy flow, focusing on the tools necessary to make these changes. Topics covered will include a history of Feng Shui, the five elements, the Bagua Map, three key energy zones, clutter and cures. You will also be shown how to assess your home’s essential information to make changes in the areas that correlate and impact with your wealth, love, relationships and opportunities. You will need to bring a drawing of your home’s floor plan. Meet Maureen Blobel: Maureen grew up in Creston, and like a lot of children from a small town, couldn’t wait to graduate and move to the big city. She got married and had two children and couldn’t wait for the day that she could move back to Creston. Now she is finally back in Creston and would love to share her knowledge with us on what she has learned about BTB Feng Shui. Tuesdays and Thursdays | September 24 to October 8 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | M. Blobel $119 + GST | GIAR-380

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NEW! From The Inside Out The intention of this course is to show the simplicity of seeing “From the Inside Out”. You will be focusing on enhancing your existing inner connection to self-awareness, self-love and your connection to your innate knowingness. You will cover areas of perception pertaining to self and others, and experiences outside of yourself. With your willingness, you will discover how outcomes of any situation can be transforming. After some instructional information, you will also do some breathing exercises, mindful meditation and some simple and fun thought processing exercises. This course is intended to give you a more balanced and gratifying understanding in dealing with daily challenges and experiences. Meet Donna Godfrey: Donna is a Certified Soul Coach Therapist, Hypnosis and Quantum Energy Facilitator and Certified Reiki Master Teacher. She has three levels of certification in Palliative Care and five years’ experience teaching The Understanding of Energy and Psychic Phenomena in high school level psychology classes. Donna owned and operated a health and wellness centre in Fort Saskatchewan AB for over 20 years before moving to Creston. Saturday | September 21 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Godfrey | $89 + GST | GIHE-395 Saturday | November 2 | 10:00 am - 4:00 pm | D. Godfrey | $89 + GST | GIHE-395

Introduction to Chakras Chakra comes from the Sanskrit word for disk or wheel. When they are balanced and open, the life force moves freely and easily into every cell of our being, filling us with inspiration, passion and a deep sense of wellbeing. When they are blocked, chakras can interfere with this potential. In this course we will explore the seven major chakras, how to release blocked chakras and how chakras govern our lives. Tuesday | November 5 | 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm | J. Lothien | $69 + GST | GIHE-450

The ABC’s of Chakras: For Healing Practitioners This course is designed for healing practitioners wanting to deepen and quicken the flow of chi energy through the chakra system for themselves and their clients. We will dip into the fertile energy centres of our seven major chakras, gently opening to the hues and vastness of each. Through hands-on practice we will be activating, balancing, clearing and integrating the chakras into rhythmic harmony. The deeper we go as practitioners, the more powerful and effective our client healing sessions become. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a lunch. Massage tables are welcome. Saturday and Sunday | November 16, 17 | 10:00 am - 2:30 pm | J. Lothien | $129 + GST | GIHE-398

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Reiki Level 1 Clinical studies have shown that the use of Reiki can lower pain levels, reduce stress and improve feelings of well-being for a broad range of physical ailments, including fibromyalgia, arthritis and many other chronic conditions. Reiki has been shown to reduce the side effects of chemotherapy in cancer patients. Reiki can stimulate healing and speed recovery after surgery. Students will be introduced to the history and concepts of Reiki. The class will include practical demonstrations with practice time for each student. Class size limited. Saturday | September 21 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm | J. Lothien | $180 + GST | GIHE-131

Reiki Level 2 For students who have received Reiki Level 1 and wish to seek deeper knowledge within themselves and within Reiki Level 2. This level of Reiki increases the student practitioner’s ability to intuitively read their clients’ bodies and provide more focused energy. You will be shown how to perform Reiki long distance. Class size limited. Saturday | November 2 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm | J. Lothien | $180 + GST | GIHE-274

Reiki Level 3 Students who have received Reiki Levels 1 and 2 will receive a Master Level and are then qualified to teach Reiki Levels 1 and 2. In this class, you will be shown several techniques not part of the traditional system of Reiki. These techniques serve to enhance your work while also giving you additional tools to work with and learn form. Class size limited. Saturday | February 1 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm | J. Lothien | $180 + GST | GIHE-393

Coming Spring 2020 NEW! Reiki Level 4, Master Training This is for Reiki practitioners who have completed Reiki Levels 1, 2 and 3 and want to upgrade their knowledge and skills to the highest certifiable level. This level qualifies practitioners to teach and certify Reiki practitioners at all levels and hold workshops. The following is included in the Level 4 certification: Reiki Level 4 attunement, review of Levels 1 - 3, practicing self-attunement to enhance healing and clarity, Reiki healing attunements, etc. A certificate will be issued on completion. Prerequisites: Completion of Reiki Levels 1, 2 and 3. Saturday and Sunday | April 18, 19 | 10:00 am - 4:30 pm | J. Lothien | $360 + GST | GIHE-440

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Happiness – How to Get More of it! Happiness is the energy that infuses our lives, our work and our relationships with joy. Research shows that 40 percent of our happiness level is under our control. This hands-on course provides you the opportunity to engage in happiness-creating activities and to leave laughing. Tuesday | October 22 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | J. Lothien | $69 + GST | GIHE-375

Personal Foot Reflexology Reflexology is a light pressure relaxation therapy, performed using the thumb or fingers on the feet, hands, face and/or ears. Reflexology is a wonderful complementary therapy anyone can do. It is great because it promotes relaxation and balance. There are only a handful of techniques to learn, and it’s really easy to remember which parts of the hands and feet correspond to which body parts. Learn how to perform reflexology on yourself. We will be concentrating on the feet in this program. Tuesdays and Thursdays | November 14 - 21 | 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm | K. Jasek | $89 + GST | GIHE-333

HORTICULTURE AND GARDENING Plant ID of Woody Ornamentals We will get out and explore local plant life learning the identification, growth habits, cultural requirements and uses of our local ornamental trees and shrubs. Tuesday and Thursday | September 24, 26 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm | D. Larose | $69 + GST GINR-258

Putting Your Fruit Trees to Bed As tree fruits come into dormancy, now is a good time to assess disease and pests through the previous growing season. There are some simple sprays that are most effective applied in late dormancy, especially for effective control of leaf curl in peaches and coryneum blight, as well as reducing risk of scab in apples. Recommended prerequisite: Pruning Fruit Bearing Trees. Tuesday | October 1 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm D. Larose | $59 + GST | GINR-242

Intro-Small Fruit Production (Pomology) This course is a general introduction to growing small fruit. We will take a look at the cultural practices involved in production of berry crops such as strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, grapes, gooseberries and currants for the home garden. Tuesday and Thursday | December 3, 5 | 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm | D. Larose | $69 + GST | GINR-257

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CANNABIS HOME CULTIVATION SERIES Cannabis Regulations and Licensing This course will introduce the current Federal and BC Provincial regulations for cannabis, with emphasis on home cultivation for recreational purposes and the licensing requirements for medicinal patients and/or designate growers. The course will also examine the role of municipal government and other organizations with regulatory authority as it relates to personal cultivation. Note: This is a prerequisite for upcoming online courses. Tuesday | September 24 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm TBD | $59 + GST | GINR-310 Tuesday November 12 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm TBD | $59 + GST | GINR-310

Introduction to Indoor Growing of Cannabis This course explores indoor and greenhouse cannabis cultivation techniques for the small-scale grower. Topics covered include botany, the cannabis growth cycle, growing systems and media, nutrients, environmental controls such as lighting, media, ventilation, strain selection, sanitation/disease/pest control and more. Prerequisite: Cannabis Regulations and Licensing. Tuesdays and Thursdays | October 15 to 24 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TBD | $189 + GST | GINR-311

Cannabis Harvesting and Curing This course will examine how to determine cannabis harvest timing, trimming techniques and the drying/curing process for the small-scale grower. Prerequisite: Cannabis Regulations and Licensing. Tuesday and Thursday | November 26, 28 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TBD | $99 + GST | GINR-313

Introduction to Outdoor Growing of Cannabis This course explores outdoor cannabis cultivation techniques for the small-scale grower. Topics covered include botany, the cannabis growth cycle, soils/amendments/nutrients, environmental factors and influences, strain selection and disease/pest control. Prerequisite: Cannabis Regulations and Licensing. Tuesdays and Thursdays | January 21 to 30 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TBD | $189 + GST | GINR-312

Cannabis Processing for the Home Grower This course explores the many ways that cannabis can be processed for consumption by the home grower including juicing, extracts, infused oils, butters, edibles and more. Prerequisite: Cannabis Regulations and Licensing. Tuesdays and Thursdays | February 18 to 27 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm | TBD | $189 + GST | GINR-314

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LANGUAGE Sign Language (ASL) Experience the language of sight rather than sound. Through these sessions, and with added practice, you can get comfortable with American Sign Language. Signed language is not only a movement of hands, but also our whole body conveys the message. Meet Cherie Dean: Cherie comes to the Kootenay’s from the South Thompson. She has a varied background and has owned and operated an art market and bistro at Kootenay Bay, is a glass artist and jewelry designer, has been an advertising consultant and a regional sales manager, to name a few. Most notable was her work with School District #73 in Kamloops where she was a childcare worker and hearing impaired teacher’s assistant. There she specialized in translating for hearing impaired students in an education setting, assisting students integrate into a standard classroom, educating the school regarding hearing impairment, and modifying and preparing specialized lessons for both hearing and non-hearing students. Note: Please register early as we need to order a book for you (included in tuition)! Deadline is September 27. Tuesday | October 15 to December 3 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | C. Dean | $189 | PVSS-922

NEW! Intermediate Sign Language This intermediate sign language course will allow you to continue learning, practicing and honing your sign language skills. Note: Book available for purchase if you don’t already have one. Tuesdays | January 21 to March 10 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm | C. Dean | $169 | PVSS-931

Spanish for Travelers Course provides an introduction to Spanish and insight into Spanish and Mexican culture for potential travelers. Students are taught to greet and exchange basic information with Spanish speakers, understand simple directions, purchase items in a shop and order food in a restaurant. Tuesdays and Thursdays | October 15 to November 7 | 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm | J. Floras Diaz $125 + GST | GIAR-159

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OUTDOORS

NEW! Leave No Trace Leave No Trace is a code of ethics for outdoors lovers who want to keep their favourite places wild. It goes beyond just packing out your garbage. The course will teach the seven principles for reducing the damage caused by outdoor activities and includes an outdoor component for practical application. This course is suited for anyone who spends time in the wilderness and it would be great for outdoor group leaders. Leave No Trace Canada is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and inspiring responsible outdoor recreation through education, research and partnerships. Leave No Trace builds awareness, appreciation and respect for our wildlands. Meet Carley Dunham: Carley is a teacher, a nature blogger and an outdoor enthusiast with ten years of work experience in natural resources and outdoor education. Originally from the Fraser Valley, Carley moved to Creston over a year ago from the Williams Lake area. She is also a Leave No Trace Master Educator. Saturday | October 5 | 9:00 am - 12:00 pm | C. Dunham | $49 + GST | GIIN-136

Beginner Astronomy, Part 1 Would you like to find your way in the fall night sky? Have you ever been so overwhelmed by the dark sky carpet of diamonds that you couldn’t even locate the Big Dipper? If you have an eye to squint and an arm to point, you are good to go! This three-evening course will help you see the constellations and their whereabouts without telescopes or smartphones. If you can find the North Star, you can find your way home! Each evening we will have lecture and coursework for one and a half hours, including physical representation of the 12 signs of the zodiac, planets, moon, etc., and why we see them at certain heights in the sky at different times each year. The last half hour we will step outside for practice. Tuesday and Thursdays | November 21 to 28 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm | A. Prettie | $109 + GST | GIPD-1262

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WRITING Freelance Magazine Writing Magazine writing is a great way to share your expertise with the world. This class will cover the basics you need to know in order to succeed as a freelance writer. By the time we’re through you’ll have a solid understanding of how to take a story from the idea stage straight through to the published article. Meet Vanessa Farnsworth: Vanessa has been a freelance writer for more than 25 years. Her articles have appeared in many regional and national publications including Canadian Gardening, Canadian Living, Cottage, Garden Making, Harrowsmith, Kootenay Living Magazine and Small Farm Canada. Tuesdays and Thursdays | November 12 to 21 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm | V. Farnsworth | $119 + GST | GIPD-185

Beginner’s Creative Writing This course is designed as a starting point for people who would like to begin writing creatively, but don’t know where to begin. It will cover a variety of formats such as short stories and novels, but ideally tailored to the specific needs of the students. The goal of this course, and its instructor, is to guide you in the basics of writing and encourage amateur writers in their passion. Some topics will include the basics of writing, plots, characters, settings and conflicts. Tips on leading a writer’s lifestyle and keeping a writing notebook will also be discussed. Saturday and Sunday | October 5, 6 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | G. Sheridan | $229 + GST | GIPD-186

Beginner Scriptwriting This course is for the aspiring screenwriter! During this 12-hour program, you will be shown the basics of story flow and format in this unique style of writing. You will be shown both feature film and television formats, and could even include stage productions as well. The goal of this course is to have you be capable of writing your own stories in screenplay format. Topics include an analysis of scriptwriting as a discipline and how it differs from most other styles of writing. A large part of the course will be spent on emphasizing the strict rules of format for aspiring screenwriters. Saturday and Sunday | October 26, 27 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | G. Sheridan | $229 + GST | GIPD-187

Secret History of Hollywood: Cult, B and Exploitation Film Explained This course will examine small off-Hollywood producers of film, and the movies they made, from the 1920s to the present. I will further analyze the cultural significance of these types of films and the influence certain directors, such as Ed Wood Jr., Russ Meyer, Hershel Gordon Lewis and others, had on popular culture today. A true overview of the history of film, leaving nothing out. The goal of this course is to introduce you to an alternative to Hollywood, and a part of film history that was not considered worthy of analysis until the late 1980s. It is a history that most people are not familiar with, yet essential for the true film aficionado. Possible topics will include the pre-code films from the 1920s, censorship, 1930s serials (such as Flash Gordon and The Crimson Ghost), specific directors and producers from the 1960s, how exploiters and roadshow men fought the legal battles that Hollywood avoided yet took advantage of, and genres of these types of film, such as Blaxploitation, spaghetti westerns and morality films. Saturday and Sunday | November 16, 17 | 9:00 am - 4:00 pm | G. Sheridan | $229 + GST | GIPD-188

Meet Gordon Sheridan Gordon has been teaching writing and film in various forms for over ten years. This has included appreciation, analysis and even scriptwriting and formatting courses. This has included working for continuing education courses at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario and the City of Mississauga’s Cultural Department. He has recently moved to the Cranbrook area and is hoping to become part of the community by offering his talent and expertise in these areas.

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CRESTON PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

ADULT UPGRADING Adult Upgrading is designed to help you develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to be successful in employment situations and in further education. You can complete individual courses to meet prerequisite needs or to earn your Adult Graduation diploma. The program is flexible to individual need and ability, and students can fit classes and study into their work and personal schedule. This program is tuition-free and funding opportunities may be available to cover books and other costs.

Please call 250-342-3210 to book an appointment with the Education Advisor. Monday to Friday | Various Times

ADVISING SERVICES An Education Advisor is available by appointment from September to June to provide assistance with education and career decisions. The Education Advisor can provide you with information about programs and courses at the College and other post-secondary institutions, assist you with identifying your career goals, supervise assessments for adult upgrading and vocational training programs, and assist with financial aid information. Computerized career assessments are also available for a fee of $40.

Meet one-on-one with an Education Advisor to discuss: • Educational planning • Career planning • Program prerequisites • How to apply • Financial options • Where to find the program of your choice • Academic assessments

Education Advising services are free and private by appointment only. Call 250-428-5332 to set up an appointment. This is a popular service – book early. Program funded by BC Government.

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PERSONALIZED CONTRACT TRAINING Are you a business owner that needs specialized training for your staff? We have the solution for you! Providing professional development and training opportunities is key to attracting and retaining engaged employees.

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College of the Rockies will work with you to put together the education programs you require tailored to your business needs - on your schedule.

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