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London | Community Education & Training Services

CONTINUING EDUCATION FALL 2012

10%

DISCOUNT

for

FANSHAWE ALUMNI

www.fanshawec.ca/ce


LONDON FALL 2012

QUICK INDEX

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How To Contact Us

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Academic Access Arts & Lifestyle Business Professional Associations Education

QUICK INDEX

How to Read Our Guide

5-7 8-13 14-29 30-36 37-41

Health Care

42-56

Fast Track – Accelerated Career Training

57-58

Human Services

59-68

In a Day

69-75

Information Technology

76-80

Languages

81-86

Office Administration

87-90

Trades & Technology

91-100

Transportation

101-103

Online Learning Course Offerings

104-131

The Fine Print

132-136

Index

137-141

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HOW TO READ OUR GUIDE TEACHING METHODS LEGEND

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COURSE DESCRIPTION LEGEND

HOW TO READ OUR GUIDE

(C) CLASSROOM Traditional face-to-face teaching. (BL) BLENDED Flexible delivery format that allows students to come to class every 2nd or 3rd week while covering online content in between class times. Student must attend the first class (schedule and content information will be discussed at that time). Internet access is required (available in Fanshawe College computer labs). (OL) FANSHAWEONLINE & (OL) ONTARIO LEARN Your course is completed online and you do not need to come in to the college, except for a possible final exam. Internet access and general computing skills are required to use the website and produce assignments. Some corporate networks may not be able to access the server due to internal security. For technical support call 519-452-4478. ACCELERATED CAREER TRAINING Start your new career in less than 6 months.

ICON LEGEND = Certificate Program = In a Day = Accelerated Career Training = Online Courses

01LC

Thu

Jan24-Feb21

6-9pm

(C)

1. Course name

6. Day(s) of the week

2. Course code

7. Start & end dates

3. Course description

8. Time

4. Course fee

9. Teaching method

5. Sections: 01 = course section LC = London campus GC = Galleria

11. Additional costs: TB = textbooks MF = materials fee

10. Refund code

TERM OFFERED = Fall = Winter = Spring/Summer Course offerings are subject to change.

IMPORTANT NOTICES 7-Year Limit: Please note that all certificates must be completed within 7 years at current standards. In addition, external credit will not be granted for courses that you took more than 7 years ago (or 3 years for computer courses). Program Changes: In order to meet academic standards, program reviews must occur every 5 to 7 years. This ensures (a) program viability, (b) the program meets the needs of the community and (c) that the program outcomes are current. If you have questions regarding changes to your program please email ce@fanshawec.ca. Residency Requirement: In order to graduate with a certificate, 25% of course hours taken must not overlap between past certifications. External credits are not considered as a 'residence credit'. Be Prepared: If you have questions about your level of preparedness for your Continuing Education program/course, please contact your Program Consultant prior to registrations.

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EXCEL 2007 LEVEL I (COMP-1071)

New users will learn what a spreadsheet is and how it can make mathematical equations easier using formulas. Learn how to create, edit, save and print simple spreadsheets. Fee: $184.62 + TB + applicable taxes

REFUND LEGEND = 7 days before class

= 14 days after first class

= 3 days before first class

= 1 business day before third class

= 7 days after first class

REFUND POLICY Upon written request, a student may be issued a partial refund if they withdraw from a course no later than the refund deadline. The refund will be less an administration charge and material fees, plus HST where applicable. The symbol associated with each course in the Refund Legend determines which refund date is applicable. The administrative fee, plus HST where applicable, will be charged for withdrawals. Late registration does not alter the refund deadline. Full refunds will only be issued for courses cancelled by the College. Please allow four to six weeks for refunds to be processed during peak periods. The method of payment used for your refund will correspond to the last method of payment used on your account (eg. if your last payment was by credit card, the refund will be issued back to your credit card). Administration fee is $26.50 ($23 non-refundable fee + $3.50 refundable copyright fee) + applicable taxes for non-graded courses and $35.50 ($32 non-refundable fee + $3.50 refundable copyright fee) for graded courses. Fees subject to HST as applicable.


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

FANSHAWE COLLEGE CAMPUS MAP

HOW TO CONTACT US www.fanshawec.ca/map

HOW TO CONTACT US

OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR Fanshawe College Office of the Registrar, Room E1012 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd., P.O. Box 7005 London, Ontario N5Y 5R6 Hours of Operation: • Monday/Tuesday/Thursday 8:30am-9pm • Wednesday 9:30am-9pm • Friday 8:30am-4pm • Saturday 9am-12:30pm CONTINUING EDUCATION OFFICE Fanshawe College Continuing Education, Room A1037 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd., P.O. Box 7005 London, Ontario N5Y 5R6 Phone: Fax: Email: Website:

519-452-4430 x2970 519-452-1343 ce@fanshawec.ca www.fanshawec.ca/ce

Hours of Operation: • Monday-Thursday 8:30am-6:30pm • Friday 8:30am-4:30pm

WAYS TO REGISTER Online: Use our new online registration process. Visit www.fanshawec.ca/ web-advisor and follow the instructions to enroll online. You will need to use a Visa or MasterCard number for payment. If you know your student number, have it ready. By Phone: Call us at 519-452-4277 from Monday to Friday 8:30am-9pm and Saturday 9am-12:30pm. Visa or MasterCard only. By Fax: Complete the registration form on page 136 and fax it to Fanshawe College at 519-453-5021. Be sure to include your credit card number. By Mail: Complete the registration form on page 136 and mail it with your cheque (payable to Fanshawe College): Fanshawe College, Office of the Registrar, Room E1012 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd., P.O. Box 7005 London, Ontario N5Y 5R6 In Person: Bring your completed registration form, along with payment to: Fanshawe College, Office of the Registrar, Room E1012 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd., P.O. Box 7005 London, Ontario N5Y 5R6

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ACADEMIC ACCESS

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Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce


ACADEMIC ACCESS

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Interested in upgrading your education and training? Do you wish to pursue post-secondary education? Academic Upgrading is the bridge to your academic and employment future, your link to your vocational program … whether it be in the field of apprenticeship, in a post-secondary program, enhanced employment or simply personal development. The College’s offerings have been designed for learners to refresh and upgrade communication, comprehension, numeracy (math) and digital technology skills as well as increase the chances of finding new, long-term work. Delivered in a short-term intensive format to support your future studies at Fanshawe! PRE-COLLEGE PREPARATION COURSES & PROGRAM FEATURES: • Customized Intake & Assessment Process that measures communication and numeracy skill levels in preparation for classes • 6 Week Modular Semesters with Continuous Intake • Essential Employability / Computer Literacy Skills component embedded into the 15-20 hours of curriculum per week • Intensive support from a Learning Coach where attained skills are practiced specific to individualized learner plans • “Ready to Learn” Workshops and Orientation Sessions scheduled to help students transition into their new learning environment • Assessments are scheduled every Thursday, 9am-12:30pm, please contact us to book an appointment by phone at 519-667-2392 or email academic_ upgrading@fanshawec.ca Employment Preparation: Participants wishing to find employment

TERM OFFERED:

Academic & Career Entrance Certificate (A.C.E.) The Academic & Career Entrance Certificate Program is provincially recognized as equivalent to Grade 12 for the purpose of admissions to all Ontario Colleges in pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship and post-secondary programs. It is also recognized by many employers. COURSES INCLUDE: Communications – ACE Mathematics Fundamentals – ACE Self-Management/ Self Direction – ACE Computers – ACE Biology – ACE Chemistry – ACE Physics – ACE

COMM-0006 MATH-0010 SKLS-0004 COMP-0002 BIOL-0004 CHEM-0004 PHYS-0006

Essential Employability Skills Component: These skills as identified by Human Resources Development Canada and the Conference Board of Canada are included in all learning activities. These may either be included in the courses outlined above or be taught in workshop settings, such as: Working with Others, Thinking Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Decision Making, Positive Attitudes or Behaviours and Adaptability. To book an appointment, please call the Citi Plaza Centre at 519-667-2392 or email academic_upgrading@fanshawec.ca.

General Educational Development (GED) Test The GED test consists of five separate exams (Science, Social Studies, Reading, Math and Writing).

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

In order to write the GED, You must: • Be over 18 years of age; • Have been out of school for 10 consecutive months; • Not have graduated from an accredited high school, nor have received a high school equivalency diploma; • Be a resident of Ontario

ACADEMIC UPGRADING

will learn skills that include: interviewing, writing cover letters and resumes, and are given referrals to agencies that provide employment programs and services, such as Community Employment Services. Learning activities may include classes, self-directed learning, small group work, individual tutoring, discussion, research, workshops and tours.

ACADEMIC UPGRADING

GED Exam Preparation: This course will prepare you to write the GED (General Educational Development) exams. Instruction will be given in five subject areas: Science, Social Studies, Reading, Math and Writing as well as test taking skills. This course is suitable for those who have achieved a minimum grade 10 in the last 5 years and who need to brush up on their skills in preparation for writing the GED exam. (60 hours) Tutoring for GED Preparation: This course is for individuals who are preparing for the GED test and would like help in specific subject areas. You will work with a qualified tutor for a total of 5 hours. This session is planned around your schedule and is very flexible; no need to book time off work or worry about conflicts. If you would like to split the five hours into smaller sessions you can discuss that with your tutor. You will receive one on one, focused attention structured around the subjects of your choice. (5 hours) College & Career Preparation: Successful completion of the GED exam is not accepted for admission to college or university programs. Additional academic upgrading may be required for students entering some post-secondary programs. For those who need to upgrade their academic skills prior to participating in college preparation courses please contact academic_upgrading@fanshawec.ca.

COLLEGE PREPARATION College preparation courses may be required for students entering postsecondary programs at Fanshawe College. In order to fulfill this requirement, Communications, Mathematics and Science courses are delivered in a blended format with both evening classes and online delivery. If additional upgrading is

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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ACADEMIC ACCESS needed prior to participating in collegepreparation classes, please contact: academic_upgrading@fanshawec.ca.

students for college programs in areas such as: business, health sciences and human services, as well as certain skilled trades. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20GC

COLLEGE PREPARATION

English COMMUNICATIONS I (ENGL-1042) Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

COMMUNICATIONS II (ENGL-3018)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

5:30-8:30pm

(BL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

STATISTICS (MATH-1045)

Fee: $343.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS (MATH-1171)

BASIC & ALGEBRAIC MATHEMATICS (MATH-1148)

Fee: $444.82 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED PREP MATHEMATICS (MATH-3041)

Fee: $444.82 + TB

BUSINESS MATH (MATH-1052)

Fee: $343.30 + TB

Fee: $472.46 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Science BIOLOGY – COLLEGE PREP (BIOL-1026)

(Grade 11 'C' equivalent) This course furthers students’ understanding of the processes involved in biological systems. Students will study cellular functions, genetic continuity, internal systems and regulation, the diversity of living things, and the anatomy, growth, and functions of plants. The course focuses on the theoretical aspects of the topics under study, and helps students refine skills related to scientific investigation. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20GC Mon Sep10-Dec17 5:30-8:30pm (BL)

QUANTITATIVE METHODS II (MATH-3065) 50LC

Math

50LC

Sep4-Dec11

Fee: $365.30 + TB

50LC

50LC

Tue

QUANTITATIVE METHODS I (MATH-1179)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

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CHEMISTRY – COLLEGE PREP (CHEM-1017)

(Grade 12 'C' equivalent) This course focuses on the concepts and theories that form the basis of modern chemistry. Students will study the behaviours of solids, liquids, gases, and solutions. Investigate changes and relationships in chemical systems and explore how chemistry is used in developing new products and processes that affect our lives and our environment. Emphasis will also be placed on the importance of chemistry in other branches of science. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20GC Wed Sep5-Dec12 5:30-8:30pm (BL)

PREPARATORY PHYSICS (PHYS-1037) (OL)

Fee: $432.98 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

CALCULUS PREP MATHEMATICS I (MATH-1152)

Fee: $512.50 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING MATH (MATH-1087)

Fee: $405.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FUNDAMENTAL MATHEMATICS (MATH-1147)

Fee: $343.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTALS (MATH-1165)

(Grade 12 'C' equivalent)

Recommended: Completion of Diagnostic Note: To book a diagnostic assessment, please email academic_upgrading@fanshawec.ca (Assessment Fee: $35). Students will reason

mathematically and communicate their thinking as they solve multi-step problems. Topics will include: exponential equations, graphing, geometry, trigonometry and an intro to calculus. This course prepares

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REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


ARTS & LIFESTYLE

Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

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ARTS & LIFESTYLE Creative Arts Certificate

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT-1057)

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

The Creative Arts Program is designed to enhance the student’s artistic ability and to augment their professional development within the Arts Industry. These courses provide a practical approach. The program will be further adapted to increase the business scope within the program with increased numbers of personal/ professional business development courses specific to the arts and increase community linkages in order to build stronger community relationships. COMPULSORY COURSES: Art History & Theory Drawing & Visual Fundamentals Managing the Business Side of Art

ARTS-1013 ARTS-1061 ARTS-1060

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Choose 6 of the following electives)

Creative Drawing Drawing Beyond the Basics Graphic Design Multi Media Painting – Acrylic Painting – Water Based Oils Painting – Watercolour Photography I Intermediate Photography – Digital Pottery I Pottery II Pottery III Printmaking I Sculpture & Mould Making Web-Based Publishing

ARTS-2005 ARTS-3044

COMP-1304 ARTS-1063 ARTS-3020 ARTS-1029 ARTS-5009 PHOT-1002 PHOT-1057 ARTS-1033 ARTS-3022 ARTS-5012 ARTS-0001 ARTS-1062 COMP-6023

A survey of Western artistic traditions beginning with the Italian Renaissance provides an understanding of continuity and change in art making and also introduces students to Asian, Islamic, First Nations and African art. Fee: $360.22 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DRAWING & VISUAL FUNDAMENTALS (ARTS-1061)

Design, composition and colour with an emphasis on drawing. Express yourself visually in a more interesting way. Draw from observation. Illustrate perspective; draw 2D and 3D representations using a variety of media. Fee: $238.54 + MF 01LC

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Tue

Sep25-Dec11

ICON LEGEND:

POTTERY LEVEL II (ARTS-3022)

Examine digital SLR camera. Topics include: design, composition, storage media, operations, files and file types, lenses, electronic flash, filters and macros. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Wed

Oct3-Dec5

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

GRAPHIC DESIGN (COMP-1304) (Version CS6) This fast paced course offers

a wide set of skills for the computer graphic newcomer. Effective design theory will be combined with Adobe software (Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign). Discover digital illustration, improving photographs, dynamic page layout and efficient image editing. Fee: $289.30 + TB 01LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(C)

MULTI MEDIA (ARTS-1063)

Learn to experiment and combine several different mediums to create works of art that are both well executed, and interesting. Students should have a basic knowledge of painting and drawing, and be willing to explore non-traditional methods of image making. This course will include mediums such as painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, and textiles. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Tue

Oct9-Dec11

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

PAINTING – ACRYLIC (ARTS-3020)

Course will include the history and chemistry of Acrylic painting. Guided discussions of the advantages and disadvantages of Acrylic paint as compared to oil, egg tempera, watercolour and others. Practical hands on studio work. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Mon

Sep24-Dec3

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

PAINTING – WATERCOLOUR (ARTS-5009)

ART HISTORY & THEORY (ARTS-1013)

50LC

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

6:30-9:30pm

A studio course designed to introduce students to a variety of painting techniques including colour and composition skills covering the watercolour medium. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Wed

Oct3-Dec12

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

Learn to throw on the potter’s wheel, plus techniques include pinch, coil, soft and hard slab. Aids include moulds (hump & press) and clay extruder. Learn to make simple cylinders and bowls. A fun introductory course for every one! Location: Hutton House, Wonderland & Oxford Fee: $204.70 + $52 MF (clay & firing included) Tue Wed

Sep25-Nov27 Sep26-Nov28

Develop and refine your throwing skills. You will learn to trim, pull handles, spouts and develop your own distinct style under the guidance of a professional potter. Location: Hutton House, Wonderland & Oxford Fee: $204.70 + $52 MF 01LC

Wed

Sep26-Nov28

= Online

= In a Day

(C)

Dressmaking (Declaration of Academic Achievement) This program would be of use to those in the retail and fashion industries, those who would like to learn to create and properly fit professional looking clothing. It would also be of interest for those wishing to start an in home business. The project based program will build on skills learned in the initial course. Hands-on practice, appropriate workmanship and professional techniques covered. COMPULSORY COURSES: Collared Top, PJ Pant & Housecoat Detailed Blouse Dressmaking Level I – Skirt Dressmakers Lined Jacket Pants Sheath Dress

FASH-1025 FASH-1030 FASH-1023 FASH-1028 FASH-1029 FASH-1027

DETAILED BLOUSE (FASH-1030) Pre-requisite(s): FASH-1025 or equivalent experience

Construct a blouse with set-in sleeves. Learn professional techniques for constructing simple collars, short sleeve styles, buttonholes, facings, interfacings and finishing details. Measuring techniques included. Bring portable sewing machine. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Wed

Oct3-Dec5

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

9am-12pm 7-10pm

(C) (C)

Concentrate on the essentials of dressmaking, including the basic sewing skills, selection of a pattern and materials, taking measurements and the steps involved in constructing a simple skirt. Construction techniques for other skirt styling are also covered. Bring portable sewing machine. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Mon

Oct15-Dec17

(C)

= Certificate Program

7-10pm

DRESSMAKING LEVEL I – SKIRT (FASH-1023)

POTTERY LEVEL I (ARTS-1033)

01LC 02LC

Pre-requisite(s): ARTS-1033

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

6:30-9:30pm

(C)


ARTS & LIFESTYLE

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Dressmaking – Advanced (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

Professional Floral Design Certificate

For students who have completed the Dressmaking Program or those in the industry who would like to advance their skills by taking specialty courses. FASH-1031 FASH-1033 MGMT-1049 FASH-1032 FASH-1036 FASH-1037

ELECTIVE COURSES: Alterations to Ready-to-Wear Industrial Sewing Pattern Alterations

FASH-1034 FASH-1024 FASH-1035

Note: Additional electives will be added as the program grows. CORSETING & EVENING WEAR (FASH-1031)

Explore the history and techniques of corset use in fashion styles and modern adaption applicable to bridal apparel and stage costumes, etc. Topics covered: measurement, fit, supplies, construction and care. Kit provided at first class includes foundation materials. Students can embellish their projects with fashion fabric (discussed during class). Student must also provide own portable sewing machine and have good sewing skills. Fee: $137.02 + $127.69 MF 01LC

Sat

Oct13-Oct27

9am-4pm

(C)

KNITWEAR (FASH-1032)

Sewing with knits is a great experience as these fabrics lend themselves to producing such professional looking garments from a basic T-shirt to bathing suits, skating, dance and gymnastic apparel. Learn basic techniques, tips, and tricks to create knitwear from these stretchy fabrics. Fabric selection, stabilizing seams, hems/ edges and construction methods included. Students to provide own materials and supplies. Students require own portable zigzag sewing machine. A serger would be an asset. Fee: $103.18 + MF 01LC

Tue

Oct16-Nov6

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN, COLOUR THEORY & FLORAL HISTORY (HORT-1038)

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The Professional Floral Design program offers a series of courses designed to prepare learners to enter the retail florist industry. Students have the opportunity to further specialize in a number of areas for greater knowledge and employability. COMPULSORY COURSES: Elements & Principles of Design, Colour Theory & Floral History Floral Design & Development I Floral Design & Development II Merchandising & Display Product Care & Handling

HORT-1038 HORT-1039

ADVANCED FLORAL DESIGN MAJOR: Specialty Events Sympathy & Memorial Tributes Wedding Ceremony/ Rituals Wedding Reception/ Rituals EVENT PLANNING MAJOR: Event Design & Production Food Bev Planning & Site Selection Managing Finances for Event Planning Marketing, Promotion & Present Skills Meeting & Special Event Management Org Communications – Foundations

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This course introduces the student to the history of floral design and elements and principles of design to apply to 2 dimensional and 3 dimensional designs. Students will explore the history and psychology of colour and the various colour theory systems. Students will be introduced to the tools of the trade. A variety of projects will reinforce these theories. Designs will concentrate on form. Portfolio development included. Fee: $373.90 + MF 01LC

Mon&Wed

Oct3-Dec10

7-10pm

(C)

HORT-1040 MRCH-1015 HORT-1041

Note: In order to graduate, students are required to complete all the compulsory courses (above) and also choose and complete ONE of the three program majors below. SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT MAJOR: Accounting Fundamentals – Floral Human Resource Management Fundamentals Principles of Marketing Purchasing & Retail Sales Management – Floral

NE W

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

COMPULSORY COURSES: Corseting & Evening Wear Fabrics – Specialty How to Start a Small Business Knitwear Ladies Tailored Jacket Men's Tailored Jacket

NE W

ACCT-1071 MGMT-1195 MKTG-3029 PRCH-3016

DESG-3040 HORT-3022 HORT-3023 HORT-3024

DESG-3041 HOSP-3004 FINA-3037 MKTG-3030 HOSP-3005 COMM-3022

Tea Sommelier Program (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

NE W

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Fanshawe College offers the Tea Sommelier program in collaboration with the Tea Association of Canada. This program provides the training to become a knowledgeable tea professional, well versed on all aspects of tea as it relates to the consumer. Students learn the history of tea, processing methods, grading standards and industry terminology. They apply their knowledge of tea and food pairing to recommend and develop tea menus for retail and food service environments. Students taste a wide variety of tea and learn to cup taste, blend and distinguish teas from around the world. This program is perfect for those who consider themselves wishing to provide superior service to their clients. Refer to the website: www.fanshawec.ca/ce for further details. COMPULSORY COURSES: Introduction to Tea Menu Design & Food Pairing Preparation & Consumpion Regions of the World Tea Garden Management Tea Sensory Development Tea Types Tea Service Training

BEVR-1011 BEVR-3004 BEVR-3003 BEVR-1012 BEVR-1015 BEVR-1013 BEVR-1014 BEVR-5001

INTRODUCTION TO TEA (BEVR-1011)

NE W

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Whether pursuing a career in the retail or hospitality industry or enhancing your enjoyment of tea, this course provides

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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ARTS & LIFESTYLE

an introduction on the historical origin of tea. Students are introduced to a variety of different teas and begin to identify their distinct aroma and flavor. Cupping procedures, tasting methodology and grading standards are introduced through the hands-on component of this course. Special attention is paid to the professional terminology utilized in the industry. Licensing fee included in course cost. Students to purchase cupping set, etc. to be discussed at first class. Fee: $128.18 + MF + TB 01LC

Thu

Sep27-Oct18

6:30-9:30pm

THE ART OF SOAP MAKING (ARTS-9187)

NE

60LC

Thu

Oct-25-Dec6

6:30-9:30pm

W!

(C)

NE W

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Explore art in an informative and relaxed atmosphere. This course will include still life drawing, life drawing, pen and ink, watercolour and pastels. Beginners to advanced levels welcome. Fee: $152.50 + HST 01LC

Tue

Oct16-Nov20

6:30-9:30pm

Mon

Oct15-Nov19

6:30-9:30pm

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Learn how to finesse your designs to a professional level, and then take them to the production phase. Bring your ideas and sketches. You will begin with a pre-drawn line figure known as a "croquis", learn how to depict your style details realistically. Fee: $109 + HST 01LC

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Thu

Oct11-Oct25

REFUND POLICY:

7-10pm

(C)

NE W

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Sat

Oct13-Oct20

1-4pm

(C)

NE W

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Find your poetic voice, and be inspired in a comfortable atmosphere. Through writing exercises and activities, you will be guided in writing poems, playing with language, and breaking into new areas of poetic creativity. Topics will include diction, verse, poetic meter and rhythm, imagery, line breaks, rhyme, style, subject matter, metaphor, and editing and revising. Fee: $194.70 + HST 01LC

Thu

Oct11-Nov29

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

POETRY WRITING (WRIT-1065)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ROMANCE WRITING (WRIT-1074)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SCREENWRITING FUNDAMENTALS (COMM-9127)

Communications CREATIVE WRITING I (COMM-9015)

50LC

(C) NE W

01LC

Tue

Oct9-Dec11

6-9pm

Fee: $280.70 + TB

(C)

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Oct-15-Dec3

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WRITING FOR PUBLICATION I (WRIT-1066)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

WRITING GRAMMATICALLY (WRIT-1040)

Fee: $382.22 + TB (OL)

(OL)

EXPRESSIVE WRITING (WRIT-1073)

Fee: $314.54 + TB

Mon

(OL)

ESSENTIALS OF WRITING FICTION (WRIT-1057)

Fee: $382.22 + TB

01LC

TRAVEL WRITING (WRIT-1076)

DRAMATIC SCRIPTWRITING (BRJR-1035)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

The student will find his or her own style as a scriptwriter by taking the genesis of an idea, and he or she will develop it into a three-act screenplay over the eight-week course. Inside the three-act screenplay are the elements of Plot, Character, Theme, Setting, Conflict, and Climax. One will study the Heroic Quest Pattern and Aristotle’s Poetics – the classic story telling pattern Hollywood still uses to win Oscars. Come and find your rhythm as a writer! Fee: $194.70 + HST

Fee: $331.46 + TB

CREATIVE WRITING – INTERMEDIATE (WRIT-3008)

! NE W

FASHION ILLUSTRATION (DESG-9101)

7-9pm

CREATIVE WRITING – BEGINNERS (WRIT-1064)

Using a combination of fabric, punch embroidery, figures and embellishments hand create images on cloth and paper. Students will learn how to make smaller items and transition to larger framed image and learn to wrap canvases. Fee: $152.50 + MF + HST 01LC

Nov7

If you have ever wanted to discover or to improve your ability to draw people, this course will develop that talent in you. Local artist Charles Vincent will help you to explore the creative connections between structure and feeling, as you begin to unlock your own style and vision. Fee: $89 + MF + HST

01LC

(C)

EMBROIDERY, TEXTURE & DESIGN (ARTS-9189)

Wed

The most essential ingredient of creative writing is how to develop a writer’s perception. With reference to character, dialogue, plot and structure, we will learn how to look at the world with a writer’s eye and come away full of telling details that in turn enrich the written word. Fee: $195.70

Art ARTS SAMPLER (ARTS-9188)

POETRY (COMM-9142)

!

THE FIGURE: FOUNDATION & FEELING (ARTS-9173)

Drinking tea is a universal phenomenon with millions of people the world over enjoying their tea on a daily basis. In this course students will examine in detail the principle tea-growing regions around the globe. They will develop a fundamental understanding of the evolution of tea throughout the world and its influence on culture and world events. In the hands-on component of this course students will taste and evaluate teas that are representative of each region. Fee: $178.94 + MF 01LC

NE W

Are you having problems finding a soap that does not leave your skin dry and itchy? Learn to make organic/natural soap and take home samples and the recipe to make your own! Perfect timing for Christmas gift giving. Fee: $46.50 + $10 MF + HST

(C)

REGIONS OF THE WORLD (BEVR-1012)

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

WRITING SHORT STORIES (WRIT-1058)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

(C)

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


ARTS & LIFESTYLE

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Culinary: Food & Drink CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE, CHOCOLATE (FDMG-9201)

VIETNAMESE COOKING (FDMG-9202) NE W

!

60LC

Sat

Nov24

10am-3pm

MOROCCAN CUISINE (FDMG-9203)

Sat

Sep29

NE W

!

10am-2pm

(C)

PROFESSIONAL BARTENDING & SMART SERVE (BEVR-1007)

Learn to prepare cocktails, and selections of beer and wine in a hospitality environment under the controls set out by the L.C.B.O. This comprehensive bartending course now includes the Smart Serve component. Fee: $256 + $60 MF + HST 01LC

Wed

Sep19-Dec12

7-10pm

(C)

Understand and implement the skills of responsible service while promoting food and non alcoholic beverages. Fee: $57 + $25.26 MF + HST Wed

Nov28

7-10pm

SPANISH TAPAS (FDMG-9200)

(C)

NE W

!

The flavours of Spain are rich and vibrant. These wonderful Spanish tidbits are full of flavour and will impress any crowd. We will make a wonderful Spanish Sangria to drink with our tapas and to finish the experience, Chocolate Con Churros. Fee: $77 + $40 MF + HST 60LC

Sat

Nov10

10am-2pm

VEGETARIAN COOKING (FDMG-9199)

(C)

NE W

!

Sat

Oct27

Sat

Sep15

10am-2pm

(C)

This CPTN-CPT prep course is for individuals seeking to become personal trainers and covers professionalism, exercise physiology, biomechanics & applied physiology, health screening, cardio-respiratory fitness, muscle conditioning, flexibility training & programming for the healthy adult, modifications for health conditions, persons with disabilities, weight management and musculoskeletal injuries, communication skills, teaching techniques, safety guidelines, legal liability issues and professional responsibilities. Includes manual and 1 year membership to CPTN. Note: Proof of valid First Aid and CPR must be provided to CPTN before end of the course. Must be 18 years of age. Fee: $247 + $306.70 MF

10am-2pm

CPTN – PERSONAL TRAINER CERTIFICATION EXAM (EXER-0003)

(C)

TERM OFFERED:

Dec1-Dec2

9am-12pm

(C)

9-11am

(C)

WEIGHT TRAINING – BASICS (EXER-9004)

Fall

Tue&Thu

Winter

Oct16-Nov1

NE W

Spring/Summer

6-8pm

Acquire more skills and understanding to coach and train. Includes designing a basic sport program, teaching/learning and basic mental preparation. Fee: $99.82 + $40 MF 01LC Fri/Sat Sep21-Sep22 Times: Fri 6-10pm; Sat 8:30am-6pm

(C)

MAKING ETHICAL DECISIONS (RECN-9126)

Analyze a situation that has moral implications. Determine if there are legal or ethical implications and then apply the NCCP ethical decision-making framework to respond to an ethical situation and produce a response that is consistent with the NCCP Code of Ethics. Fee: $49.06 + $25 MF + HST Fri

Sep14

6-10pm

(C)

(C)

Learn about creative interior design for the home while discussing colour theory, furniture arrangement, fabrics, the coordination of the design and planning. Fee: $156.10 + $20 MF 01LC

Mon

Oct1-Nov26

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

Music, Performance & Dance

Total body conditioning program. Train for flexibility, muscle strength, endurance, and cardiovascular health. Individual fitness appraisal and program design included. Fee: $113.50 + HST 01LC

NCCP COACHING INTRO TO COMPETITION PART B (RECN-3013)

RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS LEVEL I (DESG-9032)

LEARN TO CURL (RECN-9010)

Nov4-Dec9

(C)

Home & Garden

For beginners as well as those who have curled before. Includes: orientation to the sport, curling techniques, and actual game play. Wear warm sweater, loose slacks and appropriate footwear. Location: Ilderton Curling Club Fee: $100 + HST Sun

NCCP COACHING INTRO TO COMPETITION PART A (RECN-2010)

60LC

For CPTN members only. Theory Exam: Nov28, 6-9pm Practical Exam: Dec 1 & 2, times TBA Fee: $262.50 Sat&Sun

Part A and Part B are not consecutive; either can be taken with no previous coaching training.

01LC Fri/Sat Sep14-Sep15 Times: Fri 6-10pm; Sat 8:30am-6pm

CPTN – THE ART & SCIENCE OF PERSONAL TRAINING (EXER-3002)

60LC

NCCP Coaching: Competition Introduction

Would you like to be able to coach sports? Train athletes or gymnasts? This course will provide you with knowledge regarding ethical decisions, planning a practice and nutritional advice. Fee: $99.82 + $40 MF

Fitness, CPTN, NCCP Coaching & Sports

01LC

Vegetarian cooking should be fun and full of flavour. We will produce a wonderful baby beet salad with grapefruit, pumpkin seeds and a avocado puree. This will be followed with a quinoa veggie burger and root veggie chips. We will finish our meal with a specially prepared dessert. Fee: $77 + $35 MF + HST 60LC

60LC

01LC Sat&Sun Nov10-Nov25 9am-5pm (C)

SMART SERVE (BEVR-9005)

60LC

Although there are similarities between various Asian Cuisines, each has its own individual style. We will make Lemongrass Shrimp over Rice Vermicelli (Bun Tom Nuong Xa) followed by a Beef Noodle Soup (Bun Bo Hue) and learn how to roll and fry a traditional Vietnamese Spring roll. Fee: $77 + $30 MF + HST

(C)

Moroccan cuisine is full of flavour and perfect comfort food for the fall weather. We will be preparing a classic Moroccan Chicken Tagine, served with a fruity couscous. It is a fine balance of sweetness and aromatics. We will also make preserved lemons, a traditional garnish and some traditional Moroccan mint tea. Fee: $77 + $40 MF + HST 60LC

!

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

If you love chocolate you definitely must try this course. We will make a rich chocolate tart, the classic molten chocolate cake and a triple layer chocolate mousse cake covered in chocolate ganache. These recipes will all be great additions to your holiday collection. Fee: $87 + $40 MF + HST

NE W

!

DANCE – SOCIAL & LATIN FOR BEGINNERS (DANC-9104)

Enjoy yourself while learning to foxtrot, waltz, tango, and swing. Gain confidence in a relaxed atmosphere. Partner required. Fee: $70.80 + HST (per person) 01LC

Fri

Oct12-Nov16

7:45-8:45pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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NATURE & WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT-9060)

INVESTMENT MARKET TIMING (FINA-9006)

ARTS & LIFESTYLE

Most investment advisors will tell you that timing the market is impossible to do. If this were actually true, why have some people consistently outperformed the markets, and accumulated inordinate amounts of money through their trading? This course examines six different methodologies used by some of history's most successful traders. Learn how they did it, and how to incorporate their methods into your own personal strategies so that the probabilities for investment success stay in your favour. Fee: $187 + HST 01LC

Tue

Oct16-Nov20

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7-10pm

(C)

Photography

NE W

!

Wildlife photography involves some special techniques – lighting, exposure, composition, wildlife personality, close-ups (macro) and working with long lenses, still photos, action shots, and adapting to the environment. Learn appropriate tips and tricks to enhance your abilities. Fee: $147 + MF + HST 01LC

Thu

Oct18-Nov22

6:30-9:30pm

TRAVEL & ADVENTURE PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT-9053)

(C)

NE W

!

This course takes you through the stages of preparing for an photo trip, including an adventurous one. You’ll find out what equipment to take and how to care for your equipment in extreme situations; planning your destination and exploring image possibilities; taking advantage of types of light, weather, cultures and locations while traveling abroad. Options for self-published

books and presentations of your travels also included. Fee: $147 + MF + HST 01LC

Mon

Oct15-Nov19

6:30-9:30pm

VISUAL DESIGN-ESSENTIALS OF APPROACH (PHOT-9061)

(C)

NE W

This course will give you a complete understanding of the tools of photography, which includes all aspects of your camera, understanding exposure, depth of field and shutter speeds. It will provide you with an understanding of the types of light and how to take maximum advantage of them and applying the principles of visual design. The essentials of approach will reveal all considerations to get “out of the park” images before they are even made. Creative techniques, critiques and evaluations included. Fee: $147 + MF + HST 01LC Wed Oct17-Nov28 6:30-9:30pm (C)

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT-1057)

Examine digital SLR camera. Topics include: design, composition, storage media, operations, files and file types, lenses, electronic flash, filters and macros. Fee: $204.70 + MF 01LC

Wed

Oct3-Dec5

6:30-9:30pm

Learning how to MAKE (not take) Better Pictures is the philosophy behind this course. Producing a good photograph requires the photographer to make a series of choices and decisions as to how to create an image that is at least close to what they envision. This course will enable you, by watching demonstrations and learning technical and creative tips, to get the camera out of auto mode and into modes of operation where YOU control the process of capturing an image the way you want it … the process of making a picture. Equipment Required: A DSLR (digital single lens reflex) camera that has interchangeable lenses or a “Hybrid” digital camera that looks like a DSLR but has the lens (with a significant Optical Zoom (10x or more) built into the camera. These cameras should have a (M) setting. Students that have “Point & Shoot” cameras should be aware that some assignments from this course are extremely difficult to execute successfully with that style of camera and that they should consider an alternative course. Students should also bring a manual for their camera and a tripod is also recommended. Instructor and student will go “on assignment” whenever possible with assignment review as part of the next class. Fee: $195 + MF + HST

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Tue

ICON LEGEND:

Oct2-Nov20

6-8pm

FANSHAWE CHORUS LONDON (MUSC-9014)

(C)

HOW TO MAKE (NOT TAKE) BETTER PICTURES (PHOT-9051)

01LC

GERALD FAGAN SINGERS (MUSC-9013)

This course studies advanced chamber choir repertoire. Performing in a concert series of 5 concerts through the season with occasional touring a integral part of the course. An audition is required for entry into this course. Each student is required to take an active hands-on approach to membership and volunteer for nonsinging rehearsal and concert activities. Rehearsals held Wednesdays. Note: An audition is required for entry into this course. The audition consists of an assessment of musical literacy and compatibility of intense study. These volunteer activities include stage, crew, public relations, reception, fund raising, and so on. Each chorister is also required to sell tickets for each performance. Fee: $552.48

= Certificate Program

This course is the study, by rehearsal and performance of the great symphonic choral/orchestra literature of the world. Each work is analyzed with attention to all musical concepts – diction, breathing, voice production, language and interpretation. Choral music of all periods is studied and includes in each school year a minimum of four concerts with symphony orchestra. Collaborative concerts with other arts organizations are sought and encouraged. Rehearsals held Mondays. Note: An audition is required for entry into this course. The audition consists of sightreading, singing and a musical literacy test. In addition, each student will be required to volunteer with Fanshawe Chorus London under a variety of activities. These volunteer activities include stage crew, public relations, reception, fund raising, and so on. Each chorister is also required to sell tickets for each performance. Fee: $556.12

For further information or auditions: Tel: 519-433-9650 Email: fclgeneralmanager@gmail.com • Web: www.choruslondon.com Bursaries may be available.

(C)

= Online

= In a Day

!

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


BUSINESS

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Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-3036

Acquire and upgrade your business and accounting skills as a certified bookkeeper. You will take some courses which have been recognized and approved by the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (416-925-9420) as being equivalent to the Certified Bookkeeper Program. For more information visit www.cibcb.com.

Accounting Certificate

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

Designed to prepare students for positions in service or manufacturing organizations. Learn to maintain general and sub-ledgers; prepare, analyze and interpret financial statements; and use financial and management accounting information and software for decisionmaking. COMPULSORY COURSES: Cost Accounting I ACCT-3022 1 Ethical Issues in MGMT-3021 Business Excel Spreadsheets COMP-1362 Organizational Business COMM-6002 1 Communication Principles of ACCT-1004 1 Accounting I Principles of ACCT-1011 1 Accounting II (Select 1 of the following)

Business Law Introduction to Business Processes

ACCOUNTING II – INTERMEDIATE (ACCT-3037)

Bookkeeping Certificate

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

LAWS-1013 1 BUSI-1005

ACCPAC Applied QuickBooks Applied Simply Accounting for Windows

ACCPAC ACCT-3005 Applied QuickBooks ACCT-1077 Applied Simply Accounting ACCT-1072 for Windows

FINA-3035 ACCT-3022 ACCT-1060 FINA-3008 ACCT-1004 ACCT-1011

ACCT-3005 ACCT-1077 ACCT-1072

(Select 3 of the following)

MATH-1052 COMP-1090 COMP-1362 MGMT-1021

Accounting I – Intermediate Accounting II – Intermediate Business Microcomputer Applications Business Taxation Personal Taxation Quantitative Methods

ACCT-3036 1 ACCT-3037 1

1Note: Represents approved CGA transfer credits.

For more information on Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) or Certified General Accountant (CGA) courses, please refer to Professional Associations (page 30).

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REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

6-9pm

(BL)

ACCPAC (ACCT-3005) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & COMP-1090

ACCPAC is a hands-on computer applications course, designed to enable the student to become familiar with the day-to-day operation of the ACCPAC PLUS accounting system. In addition, the student will be exposed to other features of the software. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

APPLIED SIMPLY ACCOUNTING FOR WINDOWS (ACCT-1072)

This course teaches the fundamentals of Simply Accounting to enable the student to use and set up the software in the workplace. Fee: $272.38 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec10

(OL)

BUSINESS LAW (LAWS-1013)

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING COURSES

40LC

COMP-1090 1 FINA-3035 1 FINA-3008 1 MATH-1059 1

Sep11-Dec20

This course will provide you with a general understanding of business law by illustrating its complexities and applicability to business activities. Fee: $289.30 + TB

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 2 of the following)

Tue/Thu

Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & COMP-1090

ELECTIVE COURSES:

Business Math Business Microcomputer Applications Excel Spreadsheets Small Business Management

(Select 1 of the following)

20LC

COMPULSORY COURSES: Business Taxation Cost Accounting I Payroll Administration Personal Taxation Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting II (Select 1 of the following)

Intermediate Accounting II is a course that builds on the basic understanding of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students how to determine the information that should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on the liability and owners' equity elements of the balance sheet. Fee: $543.10 + TB

Sep11-Dec18

(OL)

BUSINESS MATH (MATH-1052) ACCOUNTING I – INTERMEDIATE (ACCT-3036) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

Intermediate Accounting I is a course that builds on the basic understanding of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students to determine what financial information should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on financial statement presentation and the asset side of the balance sheet. Fee: $458.50 + TB 20LC Tue/Thu Sep11-Dec4 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

This course will review basic arithmetic and algebra as well as providing you with mathematical tools and concepts needed for other college courses and future employment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

BUSINESS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP-1090)

An introduction to the use of microcomputers in today’s business environment. You will acquire hands-on experience in using Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


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Application Suite 2010. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

you time and money. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

40LC 41LC

BUSINESS TAXATION (FINA-3035) Pre-requisite(s): FINA-3008

40LC Sep12-Dec19 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

COST ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-3022) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

An introductory management accounting course that introduces the student to management accounting terms and purposes, manufacturing statements, job and process costing, volume/cost/profit analysis and budgets. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

ETHICAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS (MGMT-3021)

An introduction to the study of ethics in business using the Case Study Method. It is designed to assist employees in developing and understanding a framework with which to make ethical decisions. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep11-Dec18

(OL)

tax system. It includes the determination of net income from employment and property. You will learn to identify specific inclusions and deductions in determining other income sources and calculate the minimum taxable income and taxes payable for an individual. Fee: $289.30 + TB

(OL) (OL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

Good communication is the key to a successful organization. This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION (ACCT-1060)

Curious about how the payroll system works? You will be introduced to the complexities of administering a payroll system. Gain an understanding of payroll record keeping and procedures by reading and analyzing relevant legislation and then applying it to situations. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

(OL)

PERSONAL TAXATION (FINA-3008) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004

EXCEL SPREADSHEETS (COMP-1362)

Gain comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Excel 2010. Make better decisions quickly with easy-to-analyze spreadsheets. Microsoft Excel is the worldwide standard for business analysis, bringing clarity and insight to the numbers that shape your world. With Excel 2010 a good thing gets even better, with new, at-a-glance visual tools, easier ways to publish and share your work and the ability to access your spreadsheets from practically anywhere. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

This course is designed to provide you with a basic knowledge of the structure, purpose and administration of the federal income

ONLINE WORKSHOPS

(OL) (OL)

The following workshops are available for registration at any point between Sep10 and Dec21, 2012. Once registered, students will have access to the workshop for 90 days. For additional course information, please visit: www.fanshawec.ca/inaday

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS PROCESSES (BUSI-1005)

This course is designed to give you a broad look at various areas of functional businesses in Canada and how they interrelate with each other. Learn about the current business trends, the role of government and how to strengthen your business process to save

TERM OFFERED:

If you do not see the course you are looking for please contact us at: 519-452-4441 Students must already have applicable software.

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

40LC Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-1004)

This course introduces you to the subject of Accounting and is designed to take you through the accounting bookkeeping cycle, including knowledge of the accounting profession and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will also learn about worksheets, financial statements, accounting for merchandising operations, internal controls, and petty cash. Fee: $373.90 + TB

ACCOUNTING & BOOKKEEPING

You will learn how to determine business income, rental income and taxable capital gains in addition to studying the calculation of taxable income, and federal and provincial taxes payable. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

BUSINESS

20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) 21LC Thu Oct4-Jan31 6-9pm (BL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (ACCT-1011) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004

This course is a continuation of the study of Financial Accounting at an introductory level. You will cover additional material related to asset, liability, and owner’s/ shareholder’s equity accounts, accounting for partnerships, and corporations, and analysis of financial statements. Fee: $458.50 + TB 20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

             

A+ Certification 2009 Crystal Reports XI Dreamweaver CS5 for Mac & Pc Flash CS5 for Mac & Pc Premiere CS5 MS Access 2003 & 2007 MS Excel 2003, 2007 & 2010 MS Word 2003, 2007 & 2010 Introduction to SharePoint SQL Server 2008 Designing, Optimizing & Maintaining a Database SQL Server 2008 Implementation & Maintenance Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration Windows Server 2008 Administrator Quickbooks

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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QUANTITATIVE METHODS (MATH-1059)

Gain an understanding of how to organize, present, and use statistical information for decision-making. Learn about probability, statistical estimation, time series and index numbers among other things that will help you become a better decision maker. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Tue Sep11-Dec18 6-10pm Note: Exams must be completed in class.

(BL)

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I (MGMT-1021)

Self-employment is a career alternative to wage employment. The central focus of this course is on entrepreneurship – its characteristics, opportunities and challenges. In-depth coverage shall be given to market potential determination, product development acquiring seed and growth capital, organization of the new enterprise. You will also learn decisionmaking skills and financial management strategies. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

Business Administration Certificate Graduates of the General Business Certificate are able to further specialize in a number of areas for greater knowledge and employability. Note: Students may graduate with only one Major. BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS MAJOR: Ethical Issues in MGMT-3021 Business Internet Research/ COMM-6020 Web Design Introduction to PR PBRL-6011 & Corporate Communication Oral Communications/ WRIT-6004 Presentations

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MARKETING MAJOR: Advertising & Promotion Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication Marketing Research Methods I Marketing Research Methods II

MKTG-1001 PBRL-6011

MKTG-3010

PROJECT MANAGEMENT MAJOR: Organizing the Project MGMT-1008 Team Project Cost & MGMT-1009 Procurement Project MGMT-6020 Management Project Risk MGMT-6005 Management

FINA-1007 SYST-3002 FINA-3035 ACCT-3022 FINA-3008

= Certificate Program

Learn the skills necessary to develop and deliver workplace learning and performance initiatives within an organization. Develop the skills needed in the marketplace as learning specialists, organizational change agents, performance evaluations, instructional designers, facilitators, staff development officers, instructional material developers, curriculum or program consultants, and presenters. Discounts and advanced standing from the Canadian Society of Training and Development are available for those individuals interested in pursuing the CSTD accreditation. For more information visit www.cstd.ca or call 1-866-257-4275. COMPULSORY COURSES: Facilitation Skills Instructional Design Instructional Technology & Presentation Skills Needs Assessment & Analysis Organizational Learning & Development Professional Writing I

SKLS-6001 DESG-1070 COMP-1430

Consulting Skills

= Online

= In a Day

COMP-1077 DEVL-1030 DEVL-1020 MGMT-3010 MGMT-6021 MGMT-6023 MGMT-6020

General Business Certificate Expand your business knowledge and prepare for positions of greater responsibility. Study specialized areas of business not previously encountered and learn skills necessary for competent decision making in today’s rapidly changing business environment. With further studies, you can then major in a functional area to achieve a Business Administration Certificate. COMPULSORY COURSES: Business Law Business Math Business Microcomputer Applications Economics I OR Economics II Introduction to Business Processes Leadership in Organizations OR Organizational Behaviour Organizational Business Communication Principles of Accounting I Principles of HR Management Principles of Marketing I Small Business Management

LAWS-1013 MATH-1052 COMP-1090 ECON-1002 ECON-1005 BUSI-1005 MGMT-3010 MGMT-6021 COMM-6002 ACCT-1004 MGMT-1006 MKTG-1012 MGMT-1021

PLAN-1021 DEVL-1036 WRIT-6002

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 2 of the following)

e-Learning for Organizations OR Facilitating an Online Course Leadership Development Leadership in Organizations OR Organizational Behaviour Managing in the Age of Change Project Management

MKTG-3009

Corporate Learning & Development Certificate

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION

FINANCE MAJOR: Business Finance Business Information Systems Business Taxation Cost Accounting I Personal Taxation

HUMAN RESOURCES MAJOR: Compensation & MGMT-1031 Benefits Labour & Employment LAWS-1015 Law Labour Relations MGMT-1018 Recruitment & MGMT-1028 Selection

SKLS-1015

Occupational Health & Safety Certificate Incorporating theory and practical awareness, as well as knowledge and application of the related aspects of Occupational Health & Safety, you will be

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


BUSINESS

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SFTY-3004 SFTY-6002 COMM-6002 SFTY-3003

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 3 of the following)

Contemporary Issues in Human Relations Disability Management Emergency Management – EMR Ergonomics Occupational Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene Organizational Behaviour Training & Development

An intermediate course in the use of computer based information systems in management and accounting. Topics include: computer applications in business, concepts of management information systems, advanced spreadsheet design, and implementation. Microsoft Office and the Internet are used to create solutions to common business problems. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

BUSINESS LAW (LAWS-1013)

FAST TRACK ALSO AVAILABLE See page 58 for Accelerated Career Training (10LC).

COMPULSORY COURSES: Hazard Management Occupational Health & Safety Legislation Organizational Business Communication Safety Administration

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SYST-3002)

MGMT-3023 SFTY-3005 EMGT-5001 SFTY-1018 HLTH-1015 SFTY-3002 MGMT-6021 MGMT-1014

Sep11-Dec18

BUSINESS MATH (MATH-1052)

Tue

BUSINESS FINANCE (FINA-1007) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

This course provides you with the foundations of managerial finance with emphasis on the procurement of funds to establish control over the use of these funds, and support the normal operations and expansion of a business. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Mon/Wed Sep10-Nov14 6-9pm (BL)

TERM OFFERED:

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

BUSINESS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP-1090)

An introduction to the use of microcomputers in today’s business environment, you will acquire hands on experience in using Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office Application Suite 2010. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION COURSES

(OL)

This course will review basic arithmetic and algebra as well as providing you with mathematical tools and concepts needed for other college courses and future employment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

40LC

(OL) (OL)

BUSINESS TAXATION (FINA-3035)

You will learn how to determine business income, rental income and taxable capital gains in addition to studying the calculation of taxable income, and federal and provincial taxes payable. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep12-Dec19 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

This course is designed to provide a conceptual framework for handling the diverse and complex human relations problems that characterize business and industries. You will examine theories and research data pertaining to human relations issues. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

COST ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-3022)

An introductory management accounting course that introduces the student to management accounting terms and purposes, manufacturing statements, job and process costing, volume/cost/profit analysis and budgets. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

ECONOMICS I (ECON-1002)

Economics I is an introductory microeconomics course which covers a broad curriculum of microeconomic principles. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

ECONOMICS II (ECON-1005)

This is an introductory macroeconomics course. You will examine basic economic theories and apply them to a small mixed economy operating in a global environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – EMR (EMGT-5001)

This course introduces basic concepts of emergency management as practiced in Ontario and across Canada. The course addresses the core components of emergency management: mitigation, prevention, preparedness, response and recovery. Fee: $269.42 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ERGONOMICS (SFTY-1018)

Gain an understanding of the process, issues and techniques involved in administering a compensation system. This course will

Fall

Sep10-Dec17

Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

50LC

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS (MGMT-1031)

(OL)

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN HUMAN RELATIONS (MGMT-3023)

40LC

Pre-requisite(s): FINA-3008

Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

Sep10-Dec17

40LC

This course will provide you with a general understanding of business law by illustrating its complexities and applicability to business activities. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

enable you to understand the compensation design system and its relation with the organizational management process. Fee: $289.30 + TB

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION

able to apply the must-know information that is a priority in today’s workplaces. Subjects covered will provide you with a clear interpretation and discussion of the OHSA, and a review of related legislation and other company’s policies & procedures. Note: Some courses have been recognized by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) and students who have successfully completed the program are eligible to qualify for the CRSP professional designation. Visit www.bcrsp.ca for more information.

You will learn to analyze and recognize the ergonomic factors in today's workplaces. Fee: $289.30 20LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

(BL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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ETHICAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS (MGMT-3021)

INTRODUCTION TO PR & CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (PBRL-6011)

This course is an introduction to the study of ethics in business using the Case Study Method. It is designed to assist employees in developing and understanding a framework with which to make ethical decisions. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep11-Dec18

Effective communication is the key to successful teamwork and a job well done. This course is an introduction to the key principles and process of public relations. You will be able to improve your communication skills on the public and corporate level. Fee: $289.30 + TB

(OL)

20LC

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION

FACILITATING AN ONLINE COURSE (DEVL-1030)

Sep7-Dec14

40LC

(OL)

10LC Mon-Fri Oct4-Oct22 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY & PRESENTATION (COMP-1430)

Students will be introduced to popular instructional design software, delivery methods and devices. MS PowerPoint will be discussed from the trainer’s perspective to include effective slide design, and layout. Topics for discussion include: eLearning software, learning management systems, and video production, photography and web conferencing tools. Fee: $289.30 + TB 6-9pm

(BL)

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS PROCESSES (BUSI-1005)

Designed to give you a broad look at various areas of functional businesses in Canada and how they interrelate with each other. Learn about the current business trends, the role of government and how to strengthen your business process to save you time and money. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

19

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

REFUND POLICY:

(BL)

Sep10-Dec17

(OL) (OL)

= 7 days before first class

Sep10-Dec17

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (HLTH-1015)

(OL)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to employee and employer rights and responsibilities for ensuring a safe work environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Dec3-Dec18 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY LEGISLATION (SFTY-6002)

Gain knowledge of management, union and government relationships and their impact on each other. You will learn about labour relations, collective bargaining, wage structure and promotion policies among others to ensure you know exactly where you stand and how to move forward in the working environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Learn the steps of primary market research, problem formulation, research design, data collection, data analysis and the reporting of the research results. The course deals predominantly with primary research (the creation of new data specific to the marketer's problem). Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

An introduction to the basic concepts of hazard management – recognition, evaluation, and control of safety and health hazards in the workplace environment as related to management and the occupational health and safety team. Topics include: safety management planning, critical task analysis, physical hazards and ergonomics as well as an introduction to hazardous waste management. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

LABOUR RELATIONS (MGMT-1018)

HAZARD MANAGEMENT (SFTY-3004)

Thu

Sep11-Dec18

Learn about pertinent legislation which impacts employers and employees. Get to know more about employer/employee rights, disciplinary procedure and other issues pertaining to labour and employment law. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Pre-requisite(s): SFTY-6002

20LC

Tue

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT LAW (LAWS-1015)

This course reviews the roles of an online facilitator, offers examples of current practice and present guidelines and strategies for effective practice in online facilitating. Because the definition of the facilitator's roles and activities must be understood within a specific context, the focus is on online facilitating for the postsecondary adult learners. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

MARKETING RESEARCH METHODS II (MKTG-3010)

You will study an in-depth analysis of current employment health and safety legislation in Ontario and its implications for safety in the workplace. This is the perfect course for those wishing to learn about WHMIS among other things. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Sep17-Oct2 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

(OL)

OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE (SFTY-3002) LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS (MGMT-3010)

Pre-requisite(s): SFTY-6002

As current and future managers, you need to understand the many aspects which management positions encompass. This introductory course is intended to better prepare you for the significant changes that are taking place while managing an organization in the 21st Century. Take control of yourself and others! Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

20LC

MANAGING IN THE AGE OF CHANGE (MGMT-6023)

Sep10-Dec17

= 3 days before first class

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MGMT-6021)

This course will combine the theoretical perspectives on leading change with concrete change experiences. Students will learn how to assist with leading people through the change process, from initiation through implementation. They will be able to articulate some of the theories, models and concepts which guide current efforts to implement change and have a chance to practice using them through course assignments. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Protect yourself from workplace hazards. This course is designed to introduce students to the historical background, current status and basic concepts of occupational hygiene recognition, evaluation, and control of health hazards in the workplace environment and to relate the role of the industrial hygienist to other professionals in the occupational health team. Fee: $289.30 + TB

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

This course provides you with a conceptual framework for the study of organizational behaviour and examines the interaction of three significant organizational variables: the formal organization, the work processes, and the individual. Learn about theories and application of organizational behaviour, the impact of individual human system and team approach upon work processes. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Thu

= 14 days after first class

Sep13-Dec20 Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

= 1 business day before third class


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ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-1004)

20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT (DEVL-1036)

You will learn theoretical foundations of organizational learning and why learning is becoming increasingly important to organizations. Develop practical skills used by learning and development consultants in organizations. You will complete a personal profile of yourself as a learner and investigate team learning. The final assignment will involve a case study to diagnose learning systems and create recommendations to improve organizational learning. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

ORGANIZING THE PROJECT TEAM (MGMT-1008)

An examination of the skills required to staff a project team and the characteristics of personnel and activities specific to project management. This course addresses how a project team can be self-managed within traditional workplace models and the critical need for time and resource management to meet specific deadlines and objectives. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 20LC

Thu

Sep10-Dec17 Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(OL) (BL)

PERSONAL TAXATION (FINA-3008) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004

Designed to provide you with a basic knowledge of the structure, purpose and administration of the federal income tax system. It includes the determination of net income from employment and property. You will learn to identify specific inclusions and deductions in determining other income sources and calculate the minimum taxable income and taxes payable for an individual. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

TERM OFFERED:

PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT (MGMT-6005)

This course introduces you to the subject of Accounting and is designed to take you through the accounting bookkeeping cycle, including knowledge of the accounting profession and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will also learn about worksheets, financial statements, accounting for merchandising operations, internal controls, and petty cash. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 21LC Thu Oct4-Jan31 6-9pm (BL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1006)

This course provides the student with an overview of the issues, functions and responsibilities performed by a Human Resource Professional. An emphasis is placed on training and development, planning, performance appraisals, compensation management, occupational health and safety, and employee and union relations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC 41LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18 Oct9-Jan22

6-9pm

(BL) (OL) (OL)

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING I (MKTG-1012)

Learn that marketing is not limited to advertising but is a broad set of activities designed to satisfy consumer needs and wants. This course is designed to provide an overview of the decisions that face marketers in today’s fast-paced and competitive business environment. Examine the information marketers require for effective decision-making in order to develop effective marketing strategies and then continue on to product planning, channel system management, integrated communications and pricing policies. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT (MGMT-6020)

In today's competitive business environment project management skills must include the ability to deliver projects on time, on budget, and to the satisfaction of the customer. The purpose of this introductory course is to examine the general principles, practices, tools, and resources associated with managing a diversity of workplace projects. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 20LC 41LC

Fall

Sep10-Dec17 Wed Sep12-Dec19 Oct8-Jan14

Winter

6-9pm

Spring/Summer

(OL) (BL) (OL)

This course establishes the need for examining risks and opportunities in projects and describes a variety of approaches and proven tools and techniques which can lead to significant reduction of project risks as well as to improved project performance. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

BUSINESS & ADMINISTRATION

Good communication is the key to a successful organization. This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB

BUSINESS

RECRUITMENT & SELECTION (MGMT-1028)

Gain skills such as: interviewing techniques, job analysis, applicant screening and cognitive ability testing to become a better recruiter/hiring manager. This course will review the current issues and methodologies that are used in recruiting and selecting employees for Canadian organizations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

SAFETY ADMINISTRATION (SFTY-3003) Pre-requisite(s): SFTY-6002

This course covers the history of accident prevention and concentrates on the principles of "managing safety". Students will learn how to implement an effective safety program. Proper accident investigation, accident reporting, audits, inspections, accident costs, safety committees, elimination of hazards and basic loss control principles will also be discussed. Fee: $238.54 10LC Mon-Fri Nov19-Nov29 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I (MGMT-1021)

Self-employment is a career alternative to wage employment. The central focus of this course is on entrepreneurship – its characteristics, opportunities & challenges. In-depth coverage shall be given to market potential determination, product development acquiring seed and growth capital, organization of the new enterprise. You will also learn decision-making skills and financial management strategies. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (MGMT-1014)

Explore the overall process of implementing organization requirements through identification of training needs, development and evaluation of training programs and appropriate delivery

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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techniques. Training and development will be presented as a framework for solving human performance problems and developing human resources. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

Health Services Management & Administration Certificate Designed to assist individuals in health care to acquire and upgrade their business, management and computer knowledge. This program aims to enrich the health care worker both professionally and academically with additional tools for their career goals. Note: Please see the Office Administration section for course listings and offerings (page 88).

Human Resources Management Certificate

This program satisfies the core components of human resources management for those who want to expand or update their skills or enter into a variety of careers managing people and organizations. Note: CHRP designation is granted by the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA). Visit www.hrpa.ca or call 1-800-387-1311 for the academic requirements. COMPULSORY COURSES: Labour & Employment LAWS-1015 Law Organizational Business COMM-6002 Communication Principles of HR MGMT-10063 Management Recruitment & MGMT-10283 Selection

Compensation & Benefits

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ICON LEGEND:

FINA-10183 MGMT-40013 MGMT-10183 HLTH-10153 MGMT-60213 ACCT-1060 MGMT-3049

Industrial Management (Supervisory Skills for Managers) Certificate You will learn specific aspects of industrial management including: skills for industrial supervision, business concepts and interpersonal skills for leadership. This program allows graduates to prepare for careers in the industrial management field. MGMT-3023 BUSI-1005 MGMT-3010 MGMT-1152

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 2 of the following)

Labour Relations

COMM-6002 MGMT-6020 MGMT-3017 MGMT-3049 MGMT-1014

MGMT-1018

Leadership Development Series Certificate This program will enhance leadership skills and develop new skills to help meet career and organizational objectives. The program will provide a solid foundation for those looking to enter leadership positions, and for those currently in front-line or mid-level management positions. The program will build on existing skills and experience and apply those skills to workplace situations. Content includes: communications, ethics, performance management, change management, team building, planning, and project management. COMPULSORY COURSES: Communications Creative & Critical Thinking Employment Law Finance Human Relations Leading Responsibly Leading Teams Managing Change Performance Management Project Management

COMM-1101 MGMT-1210 LAWS-1050 FINA-1041 MGMT-1211 MGMT-1212 MGMT-1213 MGMT-1214 MGMT-1215 MGMT-1216

I enjoyed the flexibility of taking different in-class, blended and on-line courses in order to complete my Human Resources Management Certificate at Fanshawe College. Faculty members were always knowledgeable and helpful. IT and other administration staff were quick to respond to technical questions to help me maximize the advantages of participating in Continuing Education.

MGMT-10313

= Certificate Program

MGMT-6023

MGMT-10143

3Note: Represents CHRP approved competencies.

COMPULSORY COURSES: Contemporary Issues in Human Relations Introduction to Business Processes Leadership in Organizations Principles of Supervision

Managing in the Age of Change Organizational Business Communication Project Management Quality Assurance Programs & Techniques Skills for Managing People Training & Development

ESTELA Human Resources Management Certificate

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 3 of the following)

Finance & Accounting for Non-Accountants Human Resource Planning Labour Relations Occupational Health & Safety Organizational Behaviour Payroll Administration Skills for Managing People Training & Development

= Online

= In a Day

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


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Management Skills for IT Professionals Certificate

COMPULSORY COURSES: Leadership in Organizations Organizational Business Communication Principles of HR Management Project Management

MGMT-3010 COMM-6002 MGMT-1006 MGMT-6020

MGMT-6005

Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 2 of the following)

Art of Negotiation Organizational Behaviour Organizational Business Communication Principles of HR Management Project Management Applications OR Project Management & Scheduling Software Quality Assurance Programs & Techniques

MGMT-6006 MGMT-6021 COMM-6002 MGMT-1006 MGMT-1136 COMP-1411 MGMT-3017

4Note: This course meets the Project Management Institute’s minimum PMP & CAPM project management education requirement.

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 3 of the following)

Business Information Systems Finance & Accounting for Non-Accountants Organizational Behaviour Professional Writing I Project Cost & Procurement Quality Assurance Programs Techniques

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS (MGMT-1031)

Gain an understanding of the process, issues and techniques involved in administering a compensation system. This course will enable you to understand the compensation design system and its relation with the organizational management process. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN HUMAN RELATIONS (MGMT-3023)

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

Focus on necessary management skills for information technology personnel. The program enables the IT professional to gain management skills for either career transition or promotion. Each course will enrich the student both professionally and academically by giving them needed tools for supervision, leadership, quality control, project management and human resources management.

Project Risk Management

BUSINESS

This course is designed to provide a conceptual framework for handling the diverse and complex human relations problems that characterize business and industries. You will examine theories and research data pertaining to human relations issues. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

FINANCE (FINA-1041)

SYST-3002 LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT COURSES

FINA-1018 MGMT-6021 WRIT-6002 MGMT-1009 MGMT-3017

Project Management Certificate

ART OF NEGOTIATION (MGMT-6006)

Business professionals play an integral role in effective negotiations in their daily responsibilities. This course will provide an overview of the essential elements of the negotiation process and provide you with the opportunity to learn skills and strategies that can help you reach mutual agreement in your leadership role. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Project Management is the cornerstone of any organization. With time and money in short demand, project management skills are key for any management position. Learn to balance scope, time and cost with other project requirements (quality, risk, customer satisfaction). R.E.P. Provider ID: 2143 COMPULSORY COURSES: Organizing the MGMT-1008 Project Team Project Cost & MGMT-1009 Procurement Project MGMT-60204 Management

TERM OFFERED:

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SYST-3002)

An intermediate course in the use of computer-based information systems in management and accounting. Topics include: computer applications in business, concepts of management information systems, advanced spreadsheet design, and implementation. Microsoft Office and the Internet are used to create solutions to common business problems. Fee: $289.30 + TB

20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

Leaders in any organization need to understand the cost of doing business. Financial documents are used to explain how money is used in a business and can be interpreted to predict an organization's success. Knowing the processes for assessing ROI, creating a budget and anticipating variances are critical in any organization in order to make effective decisions. Fee: $204.70 + $25 MF 20LC

Winter

Spring/Summer

Oct16-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING FOR NON-ACCOUNTANTS (FINA-1018) Pre-requisite(s): It is strongly recommended that students have some fundamental knowledge in accounting (ACCT-1004)

This course will provide you with an understanding of financial and management accounting, accounting reports and disclosure, and the methodologies required to perform calculations as the basis for sound decision making. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL)

HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING (MGMT-4001) Pre-requisite(s): It is strongly recommended that students take MGMT-1006 in order to be successful in this course

Human Resources play an integral role in the development of an organization’s business plan and strategy. This course provides an overview of the essential elements of the human resources planning process. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Fall

Tue

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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rights and responsibilities for ensuring a safe work environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS PROCESSES (BUSI-1005)

Designed to give you a broad look at various areas of functional businesses in Canada and how they interrelate with each other. Learn about the current business trends, the role of government and how to strengthen your business process to save you time and money. Fee: $289.30 + TB

LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Dec3-Dec18 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MGMT-6021)

(OL) (OL)

LABOUR & EMPLOYMENT LAW (LAWS-1015)

Learn about pertinent legislation which impacts employers and employees. Get to know more about employer/employee rights, disciplinary procedure and other issues pertaining to labour and employment law. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

LABOUR RELATIONS (MGMT-1018) Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

Gain knowledge of management, union and government relationships and their impact on each other. You will learn about labour relations, collective bargaining, wage structure and promotion policies among others to ensure you know exactly where you stand and how to move forward in the working environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS (MGMT-3010)

As current and future managers, you need to understand the many aspects which management positions encompass. This introductory course is intended to better prepare you for the significant changes that are taking place while managing an organization in the 21st Century. Take control of yourself and others! Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

MANAGING IN THE AGE OF CHANGE (MGMT-6023)

This course will combine the theoretical perspectives on leading change with concrete change experiences. Students will learn how to assist with leading people through the change process, from initiation through implementation. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY (HLTH-1015)

This course provides a comprehensive introduction to employee and employer

23

REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1006)

This course provides you with a conceptual framework for the study of organizational behaviour and examines the interaction of three significant organizational variables: the formal organization, the work processes, and the individual. Learn about theories and application of organizational behaviour, the impact of individual human system and team approach upon work processes. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20 Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

Good communication is the key to a successful organization. This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

ORGANIZING THE PROJECT TEAM (MGMT-1008)

An examination of the skills required to staff a project team and the characteristics of personnel and activities specific to project management. This course addresses how a project team can be self-managed within traditional workplace models and the critical need for time and resource management to meet specific deadlines and objectives. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 20LC

Thu

Sep10-Dec17 Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(OL) (BL)

PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION (ACCT-1060)

Curious about how the payroll system works? You will be introduced to the complexities of administering a payroll system. Gain an understanding of payroll record keeping and procedures by reading and analyzing relevant legislation and then applying it to situations. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

= 3 days before first class

The Human Resources sector holds limitless potentials and it’s up to you to utilize them. This course provides the student with an overview of the issues, functions and responsibilities performed by a Human Resource Professional. An emphasis is placed on training and development, planning, performance appraisals, compensation management, occupational health and safety, and employee and union relations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC 41LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18 Oct9-Jan22

6-9pm

(BL) (OL) (OL)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT (MGMT-6020)

In today's competitive business environment project management skills must include the ability to deliver projects on time, on budget, and to the satisfaction of the customer. The purpose of this introductory course is to examine the general principles, practices, tools, and resources associated with managing a diversity of workplace projects. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 20LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Wed Sep12-Dec19 Oct8-Jan14

6-9pm

(OL) (BL) (OL)

Fanshawe College’s Continuing Education courses and programs offer comprehensive learning opportunities that allow students to develop new skills and competencies to advance in their careers and personal life. The practical content delivered by engaged instructors provide the ideal environment for learning and building life-long relationships. JANNETTE Health & Safety, Project Management, Leadership Development Series

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


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PROJECT MANAGEMENT & SCHEDULING SOFTWARE (COMP-1411)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAMS & TECHNIQUES (MGMT-3017)

Quality is the key to customer satisfaction. You will learn about the various Quality Assurance Programs that are currently being implemented by businesses. This course will enhance your understanding about how Quality Assurance programs are managed and the techniques used in ensuring a quality system. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Wed

Sep12-Dec19

6-9pm

(BL)

RECRUITMENT & SELECTION (MGMT-1028)

Be the one who recognizes potential. Gain skills such as interviewing techniques, job analysis, applicant screening and cognitive ability testing to become a better recruiter/ hiring manager. This course will review the current issues and methodologies that are used in recruiting and selecting employees for Canadian organizations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

(Select 3 of the following)

Corporate Communications Certificate

This course establishes the need for examining risks and opportunities in projects and describes a variety of approaches and proven tools and techniques which can lead to significant reduction of project risks as well as to improved project performance. Fee: $289.30 + TB Tue

Sep10-Dec17

COMPULSORY COURSES: Advertising & Promotion Business Math Events Planning, Service & Scheduling Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication Strategic Planning & Crisis Management

MKTG-1001 MATH-1052 PLAN-1019 PBRL-6011 PBRL-6012

ELECTIVE COURSES:

PROJECT RISK MANAGEMENT (MGMT-6005)

20LC 40LC

40LC

will cover critical timelines necessary for executing a variety of successful events in any industry.

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

Project management software greatly increases the ability of the project manager to work more efficiently. The functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation and costing, progress monitoring and reporting are explored in detail. The student moves from an introductory to an advanced level of familiarity with the functions of MS Project, a typical project management software tool. Fee: $382.22 + TB

evaluation of training programs and appropriate delivery techniques. Training and development will be presented as a framework for solving human performance problems and developing human resources. Fee: $289.30 + TB

BUSINESS

In today’s fast-paced world where an abundance of information is available at the click of a mouse, businesses, governments and other organizations recognize that effective communication is essential to their success. You will gain a competitive edge by confronting the public relations and ethics challenges facing the modern corporation. Successful completion of one or more of these courses can be applied towards credit in the full-time Ontario College Graduate Certificate day program. Contact 519 452-4442 for more information. COMPULSORY COURSES: Adobe InDesign I OR Desktop Publishing Ethical Issues in Business Facilitation Skills Internet Research/ Web Design Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication MS Office Oral Communications/ Presentations Organizational Business Communication Trends & Technologies in PR

CORP-6007 COMP-6022 MGMT-3021 SKLS-6001 COMP-6020 PBRL-6011 COMP-1374 WRIT-6004 COMM-6002 CORP-6006

(OL)

Event Management (Planning) Certificate

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (MGMT-1014)

Recognize the need for improvement and do something about it! Explore the overall process of implementing organization requirements through identification of training needs, development and

TERM OFFERED:

Winter

Spring/Summer

MGMT-3021 WRIT-6004 MGMT-1021 MGMT-1201 FNDR-3002

Fundraising Certificate Learn to implement standard and emerging fundraising and relationship-building tools that will enhance your organization’s potential. By understanding the processes, vocabulary and ethics of the fundraising profession, you’ll learn to design and run organized, highly effective campaigns. You will explore how to get grants, run special events, create direct marketing material and reach out to wealthy major donors. COMPULSORY COURSES: Components of a Major Giving Program Fund Development Writing Integrated Fund Development Introduction to Philanthropy Strategic & Financial Planning for Fund Development Volunteer Management in Fund Development

FNDR-3005 FNDR-6006 FNDR-3003 FNDR-6005 FNDR-3004 FNDR-3002

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 2 of the following)

This program will develop your organizational skills and teach you how to plan, promote, implement and manage a variety of events. Event Management

Fall

Ethical Issues in Business Oral Communications/ Presentations Small Business Management Sponsorship – Corporate Partners Volunteer Management in Fund Development

Capital Campaigns Database Management Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication

FNDR-6008 MKTG-3027 PBRL-6011

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Marketing Certificate

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

This program will teach you how to make sound marketing decisions. Designed for entrepreneurs or anyone with interests in advertising, sales, e-commerce or research. Selected courses have been approved as course equivalents to the Canadian Institute of Marketing (CIM) program. For more information contact CIM at 905-877-5369 or visit www.cinstmarketing.ca. COMPULSORY COURSES: Marketing Research Methods I Marketing Research Methods II Organizational Business Communication Principles of Marketing I Strategic Marketing Management

MKTG-3009 MKTG-3010 COMM-6002 MKTG-1012 MKTG-1017

Advertising & Promotion Database Management Excel Spreadsheets Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication Selling Fundamentals Social Marketing & Community Investment

MKTG-3007 MKTG-1040

Focus on the use of strategic business communications to improve relationships with internal and external publics. Successful completion of one or more of these courses can be applied towards credit in Fanshawe College’s full-time Post-Graduate program. For more information call 519-452-4442.

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ICON LEGEND:

PBRL-6007

Sports Marketing Certificate Sports Marketing will focus on all aspects of sports, including but not limited to: teams, athletes, associations, fundraising, events and sport facilities. COMPULSORY COURSES: Advertising & Promotion Business Math Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication Sports Marketing Strategic Planning & Crisis Management (Select 3 of the following)

MKTG-1001 MKTG-3027 COMP-1362 PBRL-6011

Public Relations Certificate

COMPULSORY COURSES: Ethical Issues in Business Facilitation Skills Internet Research/ Web Design Introduction to PR & Corporate Communication Organizational Business Communication Specializations in Public Relations

PBRL-6012

MGMT-3021 SKLS-6001 COMP-6020 PBRL-6011 COMM-6002 PBRL-6013

= Certificate Program

Ethical Issues in Business Events Planning, Service & Scheduling Oral Communications/ Presentations Sponsorship – Corporate Partners Volunteer Management in Fund Development

MKTG-1050 PBRL-6012

MGMT-3021 PLAN-1019 WRIT-6004 MGMT-1201 FNDR-3002

Technical Writing Fundamentals Certificate This program concentrates on various aspects of the technical writing field, including working with career-specific software applications, writing technical manuals, creating written material for Web pages and writing reports. Students are encouraged to use theories of marketing, public relations, and event planning strategies to advance technical writing objectives. COMPULSORY COURSES: Professional Writing I Professional Writing II

Desktop Publishing (OL) Help Package Software

= Online

= In a Day

CORP-6007 COMP-6022 COMP-6024

WRIT-6004 WRIT-6005 EDUC-6027 MGMT-1021 COMP-6025 COMP-6023

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS COURSES

BUSINESS MATH (MATH-1052)

This course will review basic arithmetic and algebra as well as providing you with mathematical tools and concepts needed for other college courses and future employment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

CAPITAL CAMPAIGNS (FNDR-6008)

Students will be introduced to the tools necessary to execute a successful capital campaign. Campaign readiness, volunteer management, gift solicitation and campaign evaluation methods will be introduced along with prospect research and cultivation. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

COMPONENTS OF A MAJOR GIVING PROGRAM (FNDR-3005)

Students will be introduced to both the theory and techniques used in the solicitation of major and planned gifts. Students will learn the mechanics of major gift and planned gift fund raising including: rudiments of prospect identification, research, donor cultivation, stewardship, proposal writing and gift illustrations, various gift vehicles, how to ask for a gift and effective use of volunteers. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

WRIT-6002 WRIT-6003

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 5 of the following) Adobe InDesign I OR

Oral Communications/ Presentations Professional Context Research & Interviewing Small Business Management Software Applications for Technical Communicators Web-Based Publishing

MKTG-1001 MATH-1052 PBRL-6011

ELECTIVE COURSES:

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 4 of the following)

Strategic Planning & Crisis Management Writing for PR & Media Relations

Sep11-Dec18

(OL)

DESKTOP PUBLISHING (COMP-6022)

Desktop publishers arrange text, graphics and images to produce effective print communication. Learn how professional graphic designers create attractive, persuasive brochures, ads, posters, and newsletters via computer-assisted design. This course examines the elements and

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

principles of design, the fundamentals of colour, typography and photographic images, and the intricacies of printing technologies and dealing with commercial printers. It includes an introduction to imaging, graphics, and page layout software through Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL)

This course is an introduction to the study of ethics in business using the Case Study Method. It is designed to assist employees in developing and understanding a framework with which to make ethical decisions. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep11-Dec18

(OL)

EVENTS PLANNING, SERVICE & SCHEDULING (PLAN-1019)

This course focuses on the event industry, and fundamental components of planning and executing events. This course also provides students with a thorough understanding of project management as applied to event management. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

EXCEL SPREADSHEETS (COMP-1362)

Gain comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Excel 2010. Make better decisions quickly with easy-to-analyze spreadsheets. Microsoft Excel is the worldwide standard for business analysis, bringing clarity and insight to the numbers that shape your world. With Excel 2010 a good thing gets even better, with new, at-a-glance visual tools, easier ways to publish and share your work and the ability to access your spreadsheets from practically anywhere. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

INTRODUCTION TO PR & CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS (PBRL-6011)

Effective communication is the key to successful teamwork and a job well done. This course is an introduction to the key principles and process of public relations. You will be able to improve your communication skills on the public and corporate level. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

MARKETING RESEARCH METHODS II (MKTG-3010)

The course will lead you through the steps of primary market research problem formulation, research design, data

TERM OFFERED:

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

and purpose analysis, technical writing style, and document revision. Using the building blocks of technical communication (e.g. definitions, descriptions, process explanations, and instructions), students will produce a manual. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

MS OFFICE (COMP-1374)

Get the edge you require to stay competitive in today’s job market by knowing the Microsoft Office Applications. You will be introduced to practical hands-on applications using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Fee: $335.50 + TB 20LC

Tue

Oct9-Dec11

6-9pm

(BL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

Good communication is the key to a successful organization. This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

Learn that marketing is not limited to advertising but a broad set of activities designed to satisfy consumer needs and wants. This course is designed to provide an overview of the decisions that face marketers in today’s fast-paced and competitive business environment. Examine the information marketers require for effective decision-making in order to develop effective marketing strategies and then continue on to product planning, channel system management, integrated communications and pricing policies. Fee: $289.30 + TB Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

PROFESSIONAL WRITING II (WRIT-6003) Pre-requisite(s): WRIT-6002

Professional Writing II will focus on the writing of clear, concise and correct technical documents, with particular emphasis on instructional writing and manual development. This course builds on the content of Professional Writing I, particularly in the areas of audience

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT I (MGMT-1021)

Self-employment is a career alternative to wage employment. The central focus of this course is on entrepreneurship – its characteristics, opportunities & challenges. In-depth coverage shall be given to market potential determination, product development acquiring seed and growth capital, organization of the new enterprise. You will also learn decision-making skills and financial management strategies. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

SPORTS MARKETING (MKTG-1050)

This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the sport marketing environment by examining the marketing of sports and the marketing through sports. The course will explore the emerging issues surrounding technology, relationship marketing and ethics in the sport marketing arena. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

STRATEGIC PLANNING & CRISIS MANAGEMENT (PBRL-6012)

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING I (MKTG-1012)

40LC

Sep12-Dec19

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS

ETHICAL ISSUES IN BUSINESS (MGMT-3021)

collection, data analysis and the reporting of the research results. The course deals predominantly with primary research (the creation of new data specific to the marketer's problem). Fee: $289.30 + TB

BUSINESS

Students will gain an understanding of the unique properties, strengths and weaknesses of a variety of communication vehicles. Students will learn and practice public relations with a specific focus on strategic and crisis planning and applications. Students will learn effective strategies for dealing with stakeholders, and publics through projects and case studies. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

TRENDS & TECHNOLOGIES IN PR (CORP-6006)

Various PR trends and new technologies and social media are studied. Individual research projects result in professionally written reports sometimes for various media. Teams of students benefit from the hands-on organizational skills involved in arranging a professional guest lecture seminar or topical seminar and producing a professional information package. The seminars may involve client interaction with outside organizations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Wed

Sep12-Dec19

6-9pm

(BL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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WRITING FOR PR & MEDIA RELATIONS (PBRL-6007)

COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1222)

This course will introduce students to the tools and methods of media relations. The course explores some of the channels of media relations, including press releases, media kits, feature articles, brochures, and press conferences. Participants will also create a portfolio of their work and a resume. Fee: $289.30 + TB

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

ACCOUNTING BASICS I (ACCT-1089) 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ACCOUNTING BASICS II (ACCT-3043)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

AUDITING I (ACCT-3025)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL) (OL)

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION (MGMT-1227)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

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Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

REFUND POLICY:

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1199) 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

= 7 days before first class

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 3 days before first class

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CREATING A CORPORATE SERVICE CULTURE (CORP-1001)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DEVELOPING CLIENT SERVICE TEAMS (MGMT-1234)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MANAGEMENT/LEADERSHIP SKILLS (MGMT-1223)

Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $365.30 + TB (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

QUICKBOOKS (COMP-1418) 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Client & Customer Relations

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

STRATEGIES FOR FOSTERING CLIENT LOYALTY (MGMT-1235)

PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION (ACCT-1082)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

QUICKBOOKS ADVANCED (ACCT-5011)

BUSINESS LAW I (LAWS-1061)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III (ACCT-5013)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

AUDITING II (ACCT-1090)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $382.22 + TB (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

BUILDING & MAINTAINING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS (MGMT-1194)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-3039)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (ACCT-3044)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

TAXATION II (ACCT-3034) (OL)

50LC

Fee: $427.34 + TB

Accounting

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

FINANCIAL PLANNING FUNDAMENTALS (FINA-1036) 50LC

Course descriptions available at: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

CORPORATE FINANCE (FINA-1044)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

(OL) (OL)

TAXATION I (ACCT-1093)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Corporate Communications ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION (BUSI-1081)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION II (COMM-3035) (OL)

= 7 days after first class

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

= 14 days after first class

(OL) (OL)

= 1 business day before third class


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

BUSINESS REPORT WRITING (WRIT-1062)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

EVENT PLANNING & PROTOCOL (PLAN-1022) (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

BUSINESS WRITING STRATEGIES (WRIT-1059)

Fee: $382.22 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

COMMUNICATIONS & INVESTIGATIVE REPORT WRITING (WRIT-1060)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EVENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES (MGMT-3062)

Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

LEADERSHIP IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT (COMM-1087)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

50LC

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (ECE) (COMM-1106)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC 54LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11 Sep7-Oct19

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL) (OL)

50LC

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PERSONAL SUCCESS (MGMT-1092)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PRINCIPLES OF CONVENTION & MEETING PLANNING (PLAN-1023)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

INTRO TO E-BUSINESS (BUSI-1111)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (BUSI-1101)

INTRO TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MGMT-1226)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Fee: $280.70 + TB

BUSINESS

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

RESEARCHING & REPORTING (WRIT-1063)

Fee: $331.46 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

What we offer: ACCT-1004 ACCT-1011 ACCT-3022 ACCT-3036 ACCT-3037 BUSI-1005

Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting II Cost Accounting Accounting I – Intermediate Accounting II – Intermediate Introduction to Business Processes COMP-1090 Business Microcomputer Applications ECON-1002 Economics I ECON-1005 Economics II

FINA-1018

Finance & Accounting for Non-Accountants FINA-5006 Taxation Advanced LAWS-1013 Business Law MATH-1052 Business Math MGMT-1021 Small Business Management MGMT-3010 Leadership in Organizations MGMT-3021 Ethical Issues in Business MKTG-1012 Principles of Marketing I SYST-3002 Business Information Systems

To be eligible for a diploma from the Lawrence Kinlin School of Business at Fanshawe College, students must meet program admission requirements and achieve a cumulative 2.0 GPA over all courses. For information on admission and graduation requirements, please contact: Minette Klazinga, Pathways Consultant, Lawrence Kinlin School of Business, mklazinga@fanshawec.ca, 519-452-4430 x2822.

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Entrepreneurship ENTREPRENEURSHIP (BUSI-1112)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Marketing

LAW & THE HOMEOWNER (LAWS-1059)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $269.42 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

HOSPITALITY MARKETING I (MKTG-3034)

(OL)

Fee: $365.30 + TB LEGAL TERMINOLOGY (LAWS-1057)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP (BUSI-1100)

Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (BUSI-1080)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SMALL BUSINESS OPERATIONS & LEGAL ISSUES (BUSI-1114)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $449.90 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL LAW – LEGAL ADMIN (LAWS-1058)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION I (LAWS-1035)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION II (LAWS-3040)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

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Sep7-Dec14

ICON LEGEND:

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC (OL)

ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, AN INTRODUCTION (ENVR-1025) Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEGISLATION FOR HEALTH & SAFETY (LAWS-1056)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

NOT FOR PROFIT LEADERSHIP I: OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORKS (MGMT-1224)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

NOT FOR PROFIT LEADERSHIP II: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES & PRACTICES (MGMT-3064)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

= Online

= In a Day

(OL)

TRADE SHOW MANAGEMENT FOR CONVENTIONS (MGMT-1233)

MATERIAL & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (MGMT-3063)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

SOCIAL MEDIA & SOCIETY (SOSC-1013)

(OL)

(OL)

= Certificate Program

(OL)

PRINCIPLES OF SALES (BUSI-1113) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (EMGT-5001)

50LC

50LC

(OL)

(OL)

LANDLORD & TENANT LAW (LAWS-1046)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

MARKETING II (MKTG-3035)

BROKERAGE & LOGISTICS II (LAWS-3039)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

MARKETING ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB (MKTG-1066)

BROKERAGE & LOGISTICS I (LAWS-1034)

50LC

CANADIAN LAW & PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION (LAWS-1060)

50LC

Management

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Law

Sep7-Dec14

MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL, STRATEGIC & MARKETING PLANS (MKTG-5005)

(OL)

HOW TO START A SMALL BUSINESS (MGMT-1049)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

50LC

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

(OL)


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Association for Operations Management (APICS) Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA) Canadian Securities Institute (CSI) Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA) Credit Institute of Canada (CIC) Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Institute of Canadian Bankers (ICB) Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO) Ontario Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada (PMAC) Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC) Security Professional's Basic Training

Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Canadian Professional Sales Association

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Sales Certificate Successful graduates of this program will meet the requirements to receive a Professional Sales Certificate (PSC) issued by the Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA). The PSC reflects the core “Key Competencies in Sales” and conveys fundamental skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for success in an entry-level sales position. It also fulfills the CPSA’s educational requirements for the pursuit of the Certified Sales Professional designation. For more information on this program visit www.cpsa.com or call 1-888-267-2772. COURSES: Professional Selling

BUSI-1065

ADDITIONAL SALES COURSES AVAILABLE (NON CPSA): Selling Solutions MKTG-9020 SELLING SOLUTIONS (MKTG-9020)

This online course provides a complete overview of the sales process from open to close and beyond. Each online module allows you to work at your own pace and delivers powerful selling tips. Note: Course is not accessed by FanshaweOnline, once registered students will receive an email from the instructor with log-on information. Fee: $274.50 + HST 40LC

Mon

Sep10-Dec20

(OL)

LEVEL 1: Business Law (LW1) Economics I (EM1) Economics II (EM1) Principles of Accounting I (FA1) Principles of Accounting II (FA1) LEVEL 2: Accounting I – Intermediate (FA2) Contemporary Principles of Communications (CM1) Management Accounting (MA1) Organizational Business Communications (CM1) Quantitative Methods (QU1) LEVEL 3: Accounting II – Intermediate (FA3) Business Finance (FN1) Business Information Systems (MS1) Business Microcomputer Applications (MS1)

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

LAWS-1013 ECON-1002 ECON-1005 ACCT-1004 ACCT-1011

20LC

Certified General Accountant (CGA) Transfer Credits The following courses have been approved as CGA course equivalents. Students must obtain a minimum B average to receive an exemption in any course. Call CGA for more information about credit or certification 1-800-668-1454 or visit www.cga-canada.org.

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= 7 days before first class

COMM-1035 ACCT-1020 COMM-6002 MATH-1059

ACCT-3037 FINA-1007 SYST-3002 COMP-1090

LEVEL 4: Business Taxation (TX1) Personal Taxation (TX1) Taxation Advanced (TX1)

FINA-3035 FINA-3008 FINA-5006

Note: In compliance with CGA, some exams/tests may be required to be in person. Alternate locations may be arranged.

Sep11-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL)

Intermediate Accounting I is a course that builds on the basic understanding of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students to determine what financial information should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on financial statement presentation and the asset side of the balance sheet. Fee: $458.50 + TB 20LC Tue/Thu Sep11-Dec4 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

ACCOUNTING II – INTERMEDIATE (ACCT-3037) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-3036

Intermediate Accounting II is a course that builds on the basic understanding

= 7 days after first class

BUSINESS FINANCE (FINA-1007) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

This course provides you with the foundations of managerial finance with emphasis on the procurement of funds to establish control over the use of these funds, and support the normal operations and expansion of a business. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Mon/Wed Sep10-Nov14 6-9pm (BL)

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SYST-3002)

An intermediate course in the use of computer based information systems in management and accounting. Topics include: computer applications in business, concepts of management information systems, advanced spreadsheet design, and implementation. Microsoft Office and the Internet are used to create solutions to common business problems. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

BUSINESS LAW (LAWS-1013)

ACCOUNTING I – INTERMEDIATE (ACCT-3036)

= 3 days before first class

Tue/Thu

ACCT-3036

Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA)

of accounting principles. The main goal of this course is to teach students how to determine the information that should be reported and how it should be quantified and disclosed according to generally accepted accounting principles. This course focuses on the liability and owners' equity elements of the balance sheet. Fee: $543.10 + TB

This course will provide you with a general understanding of business law by illustrating its complexities and applicability to business activities. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep11-Dec18

(OL)

BUSINESS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP-1090)

An introduction to the use of microcomputers in today’s business environment, you will acquire hands on experience in using Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office Application Suite 2010. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

BUSINESS TAXATION (FINA-3035) Pre-requisite(s): FINA-3008

Learn how to determine business income, rental income and taxable capital gains in addition to studying the calculation of

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

taxable income, and federal and provincial taxes payable. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep12-Dec19 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

ECONOMICS I (ECON-1002)

Economics I is an introductory microeconomics course which covers a broad curriculum of microeconomic principles. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (ACCT-1020) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

Utilize accounting to be a better manager. Learn about internal uses of accounting data by managers in directing the affairs of business and non-business organizations. You will discuss cost assessment and analysis, budgeting, and information for management control and decision analysis. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Mon/Thu Sep10-Nov15 6-9pm (BL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

Good communication is the key to a successful organization. This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

PERSONAL TAXATION (FINA-3008) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004

This course is designed to provide you with a basic knowledge of the structure, purpose and administration of the federal income tax system. It includes the determination of net income from employment and property. You will learn to identify specific inclusions

TERM OFFERED:

Ontario Institute of the Purchasing Management Association of Canada (PMAC)

40LC Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-1004)

This course introduces you to the subject of Accounting and is designed to take you through the accounting bookkeeping cycle, including: knowledge of the accounting profession and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will also learn about worksheets, financial statements, accounting for merchandising operations, internal controls, and petty cash. Fee: $373.90 + TB

20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 21LC Thu Oct4-Jan31 6-9pm (BL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (ACCT-1011) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004

This course is a continuation of the study of Financial Accounting at an introductory level. You will cover additional material related to: asset, liability, and owner’s/ shareholder’s equity accounts, accounting for partnerships, and corporations, and analysis of financial statements. Fee: $458.50 + TB 20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

QUANTITATIVE METHODS (MATH-1059)

It’s all in the numbers. Gain an understanding of how to organize, present, and use statistical information for decision making. Learn about probability, statistical estimation, time series and index numbers among other things that will help you become a better decision maker. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-10pm

(BL)

TAXATION ADVANCED (FINA-5006) Pre-requisite(s): FINA-3007 & FINA-3020 or FINA-3008 & FINA-3035

This advanced taxation course will initially be a review and updating of the topics covered in Taxation l (FINA 3007) and taxation ll (FINA 3020). These topics will be addressed by reference to the Income Tax Act and will be given more thorough treatment. Some of the assignment material will be completed using computer software. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC

Fall

Thu

Winter

Sep13-Dec20

6-10pm

Spring/Summer

(BL)

With more than 40,000 members and program participants, PMAC is the principle source of supply chain management training, education, and professional development in Canada. Supply Chain Management has emerged as a fast-paced, global field with tremendous employment opportunities. The profession offers a wide range of careers in procurement, operations and logistics, with advancement prospects all the way to the boardroom. OIPMAC offers two separate education programs: Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program for mid to senior executive level professionals, and Certificate in Supply Management for entry-level practitioners.

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

ECONOMICS II (ECON-1005)

This is an introductory macroeconomics course. You will examine basic economic theories and apply them to a small mixed economy operating in a global environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB

and deductions in determining other income sources and calculate the minimum taxable income and taxes payable for an individual. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program (PMAC) This is the most comprehensive supply chain management program in Canada. It offers a graduate level, competencybased curriculum leading to PMAC’s supply chain management professional designation. Taken over 36 months concurrent with full-time employment, the program delivers advanced supply chain management knowledge and high-level business skills. Participants who meet the admission requirements must complete eight modules, six interactive workshops, and three years of progressive work experience prior to attending the in-residence week program and writing the final examination. Visit www.oipmac.ca for an application and admission requirements. COURSES: Module 1: Supply Chain Management Module 2: Procurement & Supply Management Module 3: Logistics & Transportation Module 4: Operations & Process Management Module 5: Knowledge Management Module 6: Global Sourcing Module 7: Supply Chain Management for the Public Sector

BUSI-9132 BUSI-9116 BUSI-9118 MGMT-9109 MGMT-9112 BUSI-9134 MGMT-9114

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Module 8: SCM for Services, Capital Goods & Major Projects

PRCH-9001

Supply Chain Training (PMAC) Today’s global market demands skilled practitioners to support the management of complex corporate supply chains. The certificate program will provide you with the essential skills and knowledge you need to launch or accelerate a successful career in supply chain management. No pre-requisite or practical experience required. PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

COURSES: Introduction to Logistics Introduction to Operations Management Introduction to Procurement Introduction to Transportation

BUSI-9137 BUSI-9127 BUSI-9126 BUSI-9142

INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (BUSI-9127)

Operations Management is the art and science of ensuring that goods and services are created and delivered successfully to customers. This course will cover the basic and essential aspects of this field of study at the tactical level. A calculator will be required for some of the lessons. Fee: $559.50 + TB 01LC

Mon

Sep17-Dec17

6-9pm

(C)

Association for Operations Management (APICS)

Execution & Control of Operations Master Planning of Resources Strategic Management of Resources Supply Chain Management (Basics)

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

PLAN-9003 PLAN-9001 PLAN-9008 PLAN-9006

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES (PLAN-9008)

(APICS) Explore the relationship of existing and emerging processes and technologies to manufacturing strategy and supply chainrelated functions. The course addresses three main topics: aligning resources with the strategic plan, configuring and integrating operating processes to support the strategic plan, and implementing change. Fee: $455 01LC

Mon

Sep17-Dec3

6-9pm

(C)

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT – BASICS (PLAN-9006)

(APICS) Explore the basic concepts of managing the flow of materials in a supply chain. In the Basics you get a complete overview of material flow, from internal and external suppliers, to and from your organization. Topics include: Elements of the Supply Chain Just-in-Time (JIT) Total Quality Management (TQM) Manufacturing Resources Planning (MRP II) Demand Planning Capacity Management. Fee: $455 01LC

Wed

Sep19-Dec5

6-9pm

(C)

THE CPIM PROGRAM CONSISTS OF FIVE EXAM MODULES: Detailed Scheduling & PLAN-9002 Planning

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ICON LEGEND:

= Certificate Program

COURSES: Payroll Compliance Legislation Payroll Fundamentals l Payroll Fundamentals lI Principles of Accounting l

Certified Payroll Management Program (CPMP) offers two areas of study, the Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) and Certified Payroll Management (CPM) and Certification for individuals interested in beginning a career in payroll or enhancing their current payroll knowledge. These professional certifications can help them succeed in today’s competitive business environment. Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) The PCP certification is the foundation of your career in payroll. It will provide you with the payroll compliance knowledge required to process an organization’s annual payroll cycle; be able to effectively

= In a Day

ACCT-1065 ACCT-3033 ACCT-1004

Certified Payroll Management (CPM) The Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) certification builds on the PCP compliance knowledge by developing your payroll management skills. The CPM certification will provide you with the knowledge to make decisions, supervise and manage, and contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions. Note: There are now additional requirements for the CPM certification. Please visit www.payroll.ca for more information. COURSES: Applied Payroll Management Compensation & Benefits Introduction to Payroll Management Management Accounting Organizational Behaviour

ACCT-3046 MGMT-1031 ACCT-1091 ACCT-1020 MGMT-6021

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS (MGMT-1031) Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

40LC

= Online

ACCT-1059

Gain an understanding of the process, issues and techniques involved in administering a compensation system. This course will enable you to understand the compensation design system and its relation with the organizational management process. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Certification in Product & Inventory Management (CPIM) Certification in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM) is the Association for Operations Management’s internationally recognized program, setting standards of competence in business and manufacturing. Courses are offered in conjunction with the London & District Chapter of The Association for Operations Management (APICS, www.apicslondon. org). Note: All courses include a $50 APICS administration charge. All APICS members are eligible for a rebate on registration fees from the London & District Chapter of APICS.

communicate payroll information to all stakeholders and understand the accounting function as it relates to payroll.

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

INTRODUCTION TO PAYROLL MANAGEMENT (ACCT-1091)

(CPM) Introduction to Payroll Management prepares professionals to manage a payroll department by introducing them to the most applicable core management. It builds on the foundation of a Payroll Compliance Practitioner's experience, knowledge and application of legislative monitoring and effective communication of payroll programs and policies. Note: In addition to the tuition fee, students are responsible for fees to CPA (membership fee $165 and exam registration fee $300). Students must register directly with CPA. Fee: $272.38 + TB 01LC

Thu

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

Sep20-Dec20

6-9pm

(C)


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (ACCT-1020) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & ACCT-1011

Utilize accounting to be a better manager. Learn about internal uses of accounting data by managers in directing the affairs of business and non-business organizations. You will discuss cost assessment and analysis, budgeting, and information for management control and decision analysis. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Mon/Thu Sep10-Nov15 6-9pm (BL)

through the accounting bookkeeping cycle, including knowledge of the accounting profession and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will also learn about worksheets, financial statements, accounting for merchandising operations, internal controls, and petty cash. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 21LC Thu Oct4-Jan31 6-9pm (BL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MGMT-6021)

20LC 40LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20 Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

(BL) (OL)

PAYROLL COMPLIANCE LEGISLATION (ACCT-1059)

(PCP) Students who complete this course will know the payroll compliance responsibilities that affect organizations, be able to comprehend payroll legislation, and be able to effectively communicate these to all stakeholders. This course will provide students with the payroll-related legislation affecting organizations, as well as the tools to find information and apply that information to different scenarios in relation to individual pay. Note: In addition to the tuition fee, students are responsible for fees to CPA (membership fee $165 and exam registration fee $300). Students must register directly with CPA. Fee: $272.38 + TB 01LC

Tue

Sep18-Dec18

6-9pm

(C)

PAYROLL FUNDAMENTALS II (ACCT-3033) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1059 & ACCT-1065

(PCP) Students who complete this course will be able to calculate and report the government and third party remittances, yearend requirements and accounting for payroll at the compliance level for the organization. Note: In addition to the tuition fee, students are responsible for fees to CPA (membership fee $165 and exam registration fee $300). Students must register directly with CPA. Fee: $272.38 + TB 01LC

Tue

Sep18-Dec18

6-9pm

(C)

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-1004)

This course introduces you to the subject of Accounting and is designed to take you

TERM OFFERED:

The Canadian Securities Institute/The Institute of Canadian Bankers Financial Investments Courses under this area are involved in the financial investment sector. Students in these courses are working towards a specific designation through the Canadian Securities Institute or the Institute of Canadian Bankers. COURSES: Canadian Investment Investment Funds in Canada

FINA-3027 FINA-1035

CANADIAN INVESTMENT (FINA-3027)

This course will prepare you to pass the Canadian Securities™ course, a vocational accreditation course, which is one of the qualifications for anyone to be licensed by the Ontario Securities Commission. A securities license is required by anyone whose occupation involves agency sales or administration of publicly distributed securities including: stocks, bonds, units, and mutual funds. Note: Students MUST register directly with CSI in order to obtain a textbook (exam fee included). Contact 1-866-866-2601 or visit www.csi.ca for the CSI registration form (approx. cost $995). Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

Obtain your mutual funds license. Investment funds in Canada (IFC) will give you the certification required to start giving advice and to start helping clients make smart investment decisions. The IFC prepares you to advise clients about their mutual fund’ investments based on objectives, timeline and risk tolerance. It also covers a mutual fund representative’s legal, ethical and professional responsibilities. Note: Students MUST register directly with CSI in order to obtain a textbook (exam fee included).

Winter

Spring/Summer

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

Credit Institute of Canada Certified Credit Professional (CCP) Transfer Credits The CCP curriculum provides credit professionals with the management skills and confidence to assume a leadership role in their organizations. Prior to graduation, students must obtain five years of practical experience in a credit position. CCPs are bound by a code of ethics and participation in on-going professional development. Two of the courses are in-depth credit management courses and must be taken through the Credit Institute of Canada (CIC). The remaining courses include: accounting, economics, communications, law, finance and management information systems. For more information, contact the CIC at 1-888-447-3324, by email geninfo@ creditedu.org, or visit our website www.creditedu.org. TRANSFER CREDITS ACCEPTED FROM FANSHAWE COLLEGE INTO THE CERTIFIED CREDIT PROFESSONAL (CCP) PROGRAM: AREA OF STUDY

FANSHAWE COLLEGE

Financial Accounting Fundamentals

Principles of Accounting I & Principles of (ACCT-1004) Accounting II (ACCT-1011) OR ACCT-1046, ACCT-1047 & ACCT-1048

Micro & Macro Economics

Economics I (ECON-1002) Economics II (ECON-1005)

Business Communications

Effective Writing & Business Communications (COMM-1023, COMM-6002 , COMM-5004 & COMM-3013)

Corporate Finance Fundamentals

Business Finance (FINA-1007)

Managing Information Systems

Business Microcomputer Applications (COMP-1090) & Business Information Systems (SYST-3002)

Business Law

Business Law (LAWS-1013)

(BL)

INVESTMENT FUNDS IN CANADA (FINA-1035)

Fall

20LC

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

This course provides you with a conceptual framework for the study of organizational behaviour and examines the interaction of three significant organizational variables: the formal organization, the work processes, and the individual. Learn about theories and application of organizational behaviour, the impact of individual human system and team approach upon work processes. Fee: $289.30 + TB

Contact 1-866-866-2601 or visit www.csi.ca for more information. Fee: $289.30 + TB

&

Refer to index (pages 137-141) for course offerings.

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC)

MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT SKILLS & TECHNIQUES (MTNC-1014)

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Maintenance Management Professional (PEMAC) Developed and authorized by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC), this certificate program consists of eight modules. The program is designed for individuals aspiring to management positions, already in management, and those seeking full maintenance designation (MMP, Maintenance Management Professional). For further information visit: www.pemac. org or call 519-452-4443. COURSES: Module 1: Maintenance Management Skills & Techniques Module 2: Production & Operations Management Module 3: Human Resouce Management Module 4: Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager Module 5: Developing Maintenance Tactics Module 6: Predictive Maintenance Technologies Module 7: Computerized Maintenance Management Module 8: Capstone Course

MTNC-1014 PROD-1028 MGMT-1105 ACCT-3032 MTNC-3002 MGMT-3044 MGMT-5026 MTNC-5002

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1105)

(PEMAC – Module 3) This module looks at how human resources practices relate to the maintenance environment. Topics covered include: the role of human resources in maintenance management, meeting legal requirements, recruitment and selection, orientation training and employee development. Fee: $637.50 + TB 01LC

Thu

Sep20-Nov22

6-9pm

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

(PEMAC – Module 1) Introduces you to the latest concepts in cost-effective maintenance management and assists candidates in moving from the traditional maintenance paradigms and maintenance technologies to embrace the new technologies required to compete in the global market place. Fee: $356 + TB 01LC

Tue

Sep18-Nov20

6-9pm

Financial Services Commission of Ontario MORTGAGE AGENT PROGRAM (BUSI-1089)

This course covers all the Mortgage Agent Qualifying Standards (MAQs) identified by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). The course provides those wishing to become licensed Mortgage Agents in Ontario an understanding of the mortgage brokerage industry and an ability to perform the Agent’s role in the mortgage application process. The course also covers the legislation which governs the industry; the role of the Agent in consumer protection; and ethical decision-making. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

This course is based on the Mortgage Broker Qualifying Standards (MBQS) identified by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, and meets Part I of two parts of their educational requirements for licensing as a Mortgage Broker in Ontario. As mandated by the regulator, Part I is ONLY available online and Part II is ONLY available at Seneca College in class. The Mortgage Broker program, Parts I and II, provides those wishing to become licensed Mortgage Brokers the skills to supervise Mortgage Agents and to carry out the responsibilities of Principal Broker. Delivery methods include discussions, presentations using narrated PowerPoint, instructor-led discussions, student chats, readings and assignments. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) Prep Courses For those preparing for CHRP exams these courses will focus on critical skills and required professional capabilities you need to study in order to pass the exams. Stay tuned for our winter course guide for the National Knowledge Exam (NKE) Prep. For more information regarding this designation visit: www.hrpa.ca.

See pages 21-24 for our Human Resource Certificate and any CHRP approved courses.

Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO)

(OL)

MORTGAGE BROKER PROGRAM PART I (BUSI-1116)

50LC

Human Resourceş Professionals Association

(OL)

(C)

Insurance Broker (IBAO) The Basic Broker registration course is unique to Ontario and is co-sponsored by the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario. For more information regarding this designation visit: www.ibao.org. Note: Exam fee of $180 payable to IBAO. COURSES: Insurance General Basic Broker

INSURANCE GENERAL BASIC BROKER (INSR-9001)

The Basic Broker registration course is unique to Ontario and is co-sponsored by the Insurance Brokers' Association of Ontario. It presents the material and information needed to prepare you for qualifications as a broker (other than Life). Topics include: principles and practices of insurance, contracts, broker legislation, property, liability, automobile, bonds, and crime insurance. Note: Textbook fee is approximately $350. Fee: $528.50 + TB 01LC

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= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

INSR-9001

Tue/Thu

= 14 days after first class

Sep18-Dec6

6-9pm

= 1 business day before third class


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario

COURSES: Corporate Estates Litigation Real Estate

LAWS-9012 LAWS-2001 LAWS-9011 LAWS-9008

01LC Tue Sep4-Mar5 6-8:45pm (C) Provincial Exam Date: Mar12, 2013 (7-10pm)

REAL ESTATE (LAWS-9008)

(ILCO) All aspects of the basic residential real estate transaction are covered including: land division in Ontario, the many faceted land registration system, surveys, title insurance, ownership, the agreement of purchase and sale, the numerous applicable statutes, purchasing, selling, financing, closing the transaction, etc. This course is especially appropriate for those currently employed as law clerks or experienced legal secretaries. A good command of the written English language is a definite asset. Fee: $413.50 + TB

Security Professional's Basic Training SECURITY PROFESSIONAL'S – BASIC TRAINING (SFTY-1035)

This course was developed in response to the demand for better-trained, highly skilled, more versatile recruits. Subjects covered include: how to use force theory, crisis management, the relationship between security and the law, how to deal with the public and police, and other topics related to security. Upon completion and passing of the program students will be prepared to write their licensing exam with the Ministry. Note: Students must provide proof of current First Aid & CPR training. Please call 519-452-4443 for more details. Fee: $399

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Law Clerks (ILCO) Delivered in partnership with the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario, this program is two years in length with exams written at the end of each of the four parts (Real Estate, Estates, Litigation, and Corporate). It is strongly recommended that students have a minimum of three years of experience in a legal environment. Note: Exam fee ($100) is payable to the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. For further information about this program visit www.ilco.on.ca.

LITIGATION (LAWS-9011)

(ILCO) Litigation is a diverse area of civil and criminal practice that presents the law clerk with a wide range of duties and responsibilities which may include: interviewing clients and witnesses, conducting preliminary investigations, drafting pleadings, preparing documents for court proceedings, preparing demonstrative evidence, attending at assignment course, preparing for and assisting at trial, attendance on assessment of costs. Fee: $413.50 + TB

01LC Thu-Sun Sep20-Sep23 8am-5pm (C) 03LC Thu-Sun Nov15-Nov18 8am-5pm (C)

01LC Thu Sep6-Jan24 6:30-9pm (C) Provincial Exam Date: Jan29, 2013 (7-10pm)

I love the flexibility offered by Fanshawe Continuing Education courses. As I work towards a Business diploma, I am able to take courses at my own pace and choose between online, blended, or in-class options. I appreciate that I can continue to work full-time and still pursue my dream of receiving a diploma. Continuing Education provides a variety of courses every semester and always has something I’m interested in taking. The team in the Continuing Education office are super helpful and knowledgeable. I really enjoy in-person classes through Continuing Education. The class sizes are small and the teachers usually work in the field they are teaching. They are able to share their experiences and provide a career-orientated approach to learning that is often lacking in day school courses. I feel confident that I will finish my diploma with Fanshawe through Continuing Education and can’t wait to walk across the stage at graduation. JANINE General Business Diploma

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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College Teaching Graduate Certificate

that encourages student engagement and supports student success. Fee: $486.70 + TB

Note: Please contact access_studies@ fanshawec.ca to request a registration application. COURSES: College Education Theory Climate for Learning Curriculum Design & Delivery I Curriculum Design & Delivery II Professionalism Evaluation & Assessment Educational Leadership Practicum – College Teaching

EDUC-6028 EDUC-6029 EDUC-6030 EDUC-6034 EDUC-6033 EDUC-6032 EDUC-6035 EDUC-6031

COLLEGE EDUCATION THEORY (EDUC-6028)

20LC Nov10-Jan5 (BL) In-class sessions: Sat Nov10/Dec1/Jan5 (9am-4pm)

CURRICULUM DESIGN & DELIVERY I (EDUC-6030)

This course provides the theoretical foundations, knowledge and practical skills required to design and deliver effective outcomes based lessons, courses and programs appropriate to the community college context. Students will have opportunities to examine and utilize a broad variety of instructional strategies that facilitate student learning, to discuss and apply theories of adult learning and college education, and to integrate a philosophy of student success into the design and delivery of learning activities. Fee: $486.70 + TB

20LC Sep15-Nov17 (BL) In-class sessions: Sat Sep15/Oct20/Nov17 (9am-4pm)

CURRICULUM DESIGN & DELIVERY II (EDUC-6034)

This course provides opportunities for students to further develop the knowledge and skills required to effectively design and deliver curriculum that achieve professional, program, and course outcomes. As well, students will learn to use technology to enhance learning and to manage the diverse needs of college learners. Fee: $543.10 + TB 20LC Nov24-Feb9 (BL) In-class sessions: Sat Nov24/Dec8/Jan12 (9am-4pm)

This program is offered on a part-time basis only. As a TESL Ontario recognized training institution, Fanshawe College delivers TEFL/TESL programming that prepares individuals to teach ESL to adult learners and is designed for both experienced and novice teachers.

20LC Sep8-Nov10 (BL) In-class sessions: Sat Sep8/Sep29/Nov3 (9am-4pm)

Stream 1 (TEFL) A TEFL (Teacher of English as a Foreign Language) Declaration of Academic Achievement, which is designed for people who plan to teach English to non-native learners of English outside Canada.

CLIMATE FOR LEARNING (EDUC-6029)

TERM OFFERED:

Stream 2 (TESL) A TESL (Teacher of English as a Second Language) Certificate includes all of the TEFL subjects, but also includes student

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

REQUIREMENTS FOR TESL ONTARIO CERTIFICATION: • Successful completion of Stream 1 and Stream 2 with: (A) An undergraduate degree from a country in which English is the official language, as defined by TESL Ontario OR (B) An undergraduate degree from a country in which English is not the official language (as defined by TESL Ontario) and the minimum score on an English proficiency test determined and recognized by TESL Ontario For complete TESL Ontario Instructor Accreditation Application guidelines, please visit: www.teslontario.org/accreditation/.

Stream 1 (TEFL) COURSES: Linguistics Principles of Evaluation Second Language Pedagogy Social Foundations in ESL Understanding & Explaining Grammar

EDUC-1056 EDUC-1053 EDUC-1054 EDUC-1055 EDUC-1057

Note: All courses are delivered in a blended format (in-class sessions combined with an online component). Scheduling details are provided on the first day of class.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) & Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL)

This course introduces students to the historical context of community colleges in Canada, explores the diverse educational/ career backgrounds and expectations of contemporary college students and examines recent theories and trends in the field of adult learning. Fee: $486.70 + TB

This course provides students with opportunities to analyze various classroom management strategies and their impact on learners, to identify components of a positive learning environment and to develop strategies for creating and maintaining an inviting, inclusive climate

observations of qualified experienced ESL teachers in a classroom environment as well as ESL class practice teaching under the supervision of a qualified experienced instructor.

EDUCATION

Build upon your previous education and work experience while preparing for an exciting college teaching career – sign up to be part of the initial cohort today as spaces are limited! This part-time graduate certificate program, which is delivered in a cohort format, can be completed in 1-2 years. The combination of theory and practicum courses will help you obtain the training needed to start or advance your career in teaching within the college sector. You will gain teaching expertise through a combination of face-to-face, online and practicum teaching experiences in a college setting. This program also provides internationally trained educators with a solid foundation of the principles needed for teaching in community colleges or private vocational schools across Canada.

EDUCATION

LINGUISTICS (EDUC-1056)

This subject presents students with an overview of the foundations in syntax, morphology, phonetics/phonology, etc. and the applications of such to the adult ESL learner. Fee: $289.30 + TB

20LC Mon/Wed Sep5-Oct24 6-9pm (BL)

PRINCIPLES OF EVALUATION (EDUC-1053)

Acquiring skills in the evaluation of students' work is critical to becoming a successful teacher. This subject teaches students the principles and tools of ESL assessment and gives students practical guidance on using and developing tasks for different language skills. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Tue/Thu

Oct30-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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SECOND LANGUAGE PEDAGOGY (EDUC-1054)

The methodology of second language teaching is crucial to the success of the adult learner. The methodology of "teaching ESL students" in different areas such as conversation, listening, reading and writing is discussed. Fee: $441.58 + TB 20LC Mon/Wed Nov26-Feb18 6-9pm (BL)

SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS IN ESL (EDUC-1055)

This subject examines cultural and sociolinguistic issues affecting language learning. Fee: $289.30 + TB

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS

20LC Wed/Mon Nov28-Jan23 6-9pm (BL)

This subject offers students the theory and practice required to explain grammar form and function to the adult ESL learner. Fee: $289.30 + TB Tue/Thu

Sep4-Oct23

6-9pm

(BL)

Stream 2 (TESL) COURSES: Practicum – Observation Practicum I Practicum II

EDUC-1058 EDUC-3006 EDUC-5001

TESL ONTARIO PRACTICUM STANDARDS: • The practicum consists of 30 hours of observation and 60 hours of supervised teaching/instructional activities • TESL students must first observe the classes that they teach • Practicum hours are arranged in at least two of these settings: • LINC/Adult ESL for newcomers to Canada • ESL for international students at colleges and universities • EAP – English for Academic Purposes • ELT – English Language Training • ESP – English for Specific Purposes • OSLT – Occupation Specific Language Training • English Language Proficiency Test Preparation Courses • Classes that are observed or taught by TESL students must have a minimum of 5 students. Students must be 18 years of age or older • TESL students must have charge of the class during the supervised teaching hours

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ICON LEGEND:

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Upon successful completion of Stream 1 (TEFL), participants must complete a Stream 2 (TESL) Practicum Application (email access_studies@fanshawec.ca to request a copy of the application form). Note: Police Records Check and Vulnerable Position Screen is required with your initial application only. PRACTICUM – OBSERVATION (EDUC-1058) Pre-requisite(s): Successful completion of Stream 1

UNDERSTANDING & EXPLAINING GRAMMAR (EDUC-1057)

20LC

• Mentoring instructors must either be TESL Ontario accredited or have training, as well as experience, that equates to or is superior to that required by TESL Ontario

= Certificate Program

This practicum involves 30 hours of observation of instruction and learning in the ESL classroom. It gives students the opportunity to observe different ESL classes and levels, ESL classroom dynamics, a variety of learning and instructional styles and techniques, and practical teaching skills such as classroom management, instructional methods, and strategies, time/content/material management, and instructional language. Fee: $204.70

PLEASE NOTE: This is the last term in which all of the TEFL courses will be offered together in one term. The TEFL program will be moving to a cohort delivery method in January 2013. The cohort model will allow participants to complete Stream One courses within one year. Please see the planned delivery schedule below. Note: Courses will only be offered once per year.

COURSE

STREAM 1

TERM

Linguistics

EDUC-1056

Jan 2013

Understanding & Explaining Grammar

EDUC-1057

Mar 2013

Second Language Pedagogy

EDUC-1054

May 2013

Social Foundations in ESL

EDUC-1055

Sep 2013

Principles of Evaluation

EDUC-1053

Nov 2013

COURSE

STREAM 2

TERM

Observation

EDUC-1058

Winter 2014

Practicum I

EDUC-3006

Winter 2014

Practicum II

EDUC-5001

Winter 2014

20LC

PRACTICUM I (EDUC-3006)

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS

Pre-requisite(s): Successful completion of Stream 1 & EDUC-1058

This practicum course consists of: 10 hours of practice teaching and 20 hours of other instructional activities for a total of 30 hours in the practicum setting. This practicum gives students an opportunity to teach a class, utilizing all the principles that have been taught in previous TESL subjects. Fee: $204.70 20LC

A CULTURE OF ADDICTIONS (PSYC-1067)

PRACTICUM II (EDUC-5001) Pre-requisite(s): Successful completion of Stream 1, EDUC-1058 & EDUC-3006

This practicum course consists of: 10 hours of practice teaching and 20 hours of other instructional activities for a total of 30 hours in the practicum setting. Practicum II allows the student to gain additional teaching experience in a different ESL class/stream/level. Fee: $204.70 20LC

The School of Language and Liberal Studies has approved the following courses as credits. The student must receive a 'C' standing, or better to be awarded a credit standing for a General Education Course.

In this course we will examine the factors influencing alcohol, substance abuse and addiction. We will discuss motivations for drug use, how drug use is regulated, and the relationship between contemporary youth culture and drinking and drugging behaviours. Finally, we will explore types of drugs and their effects. Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

ART HISTORY & THEORY (ARTS-1013)

Fee: $360.22 + TB

50LC

= Online

6-9pm

= In a Day

Sep7-Dec14

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

(OL)

(C)


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Goodfellas, and The Silence of the Lambs. Fee: $289.30 + TB

CANADIAN WORKPLACE – CURRENT TRENDS (SOCI-1038)

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

CONTEMPORY HISTORY (HIST-1009)

Only by knowing where we came from can we begin to know where we are going. This course explores the important events of the 20th century or what has been referred to as the "revolutionary century". Through a global perspective, we will examine such monumental events as the First and Second World Wars, the Russian Revolution, the rise of Fascism, the Cold War and how they shaped the world today. The course will also focus on the economic, political and cultural significance of these events globally, focusing on a number of different countries. Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

CULTS & TERRORISM (SOCI-1041)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENSHIP (ENVR-1016)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FILM GENRES – EPIC FILMS (FILM-1004)

This course is designed to develop a critical approach to the medium of film and epic films, to examine individual creative expression in the films of important directors within the genre, to develop the ability to identify technical aspects of film, and to discern mediocre and excellent use of filmmaking technique. Students will be required to watch one weekly film outside of class hours. Evaluation will be based on in-class quizzes as well as two essays and a final test. Some of the films which we will study are: Collateral, Groundhog Day,

TERM OFFERED:

90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

FOODONOMICS: STARVING FOR THE TRUTH (INDS-1058)

How can we have an epidemic of obesity when most of the world is starving? How can the very thing that is supposed to bring us strength and longevity make us ill? The answer is simple: Food is big business. In this course we discuss "foodonomics" or the business of food. We examine what we really know about the food we eat, the way food defines cultures and traditions, the plight of the local farmer, and controversies such as bioengineered and drug crops. We also discuss the validity of the organic and buy local movements, the positive and negative effects of globalization, and how and why our food is making us sick. Finally, we examine the true power of agriculture and why some are starved while others are stuffed. Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

FLY FISHING (ECOL-1002)

This 'hands-on course', the first of it’s kind in Canada, will give the students an overview of the origins of fly fishing, as well as the technological, biological and environmental influences on the sport in rivers or streams and in the Great Lakes. Students will begin with the history of the sport, starting around the 200 AD following it’s morphoplogy from a necessity to a sport. A study of technological changes in materials and its influence on the sport shall be presented as shall an examination of fish biology and it’s influence on fly patterns and fly presentation. A discussion of natural and man made environmental changes and their influence of the changes of fish habitat in Great Lakes river systems shall be undertaken, as shall a discussion of the positive and negative aspects of man-made influences such as stocking non-indigenous species their effect on indigenous fish populations. Finally, students shall study the elements of a modern fly fishing system with exercises in casting techniques, and they will be encouraged to tie different fly patterns. Instructor: Ian Colin James Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

GREAT PHILOSOPHERS – LIVES & THOUGHTS (PHIL-1006)

The study of philosophy allows one to delve deeply into fundamental questions about the nature of reality, the status and limits of knowledge, the foundation of morality, and the underpinnings of society. This course allows students to investigate these topics

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

GROWING UP DIGITAL – LIVING & WORKING IN CANADA (DIGL-1023)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

GENERAL EDUCATION CREDITS

Students analyze cultural, economic and political influences on the environment of work and on life-long learning and career planning. The course will facilitate personal growth through career and educational planning activities. Students have the opportunity to value, articulate and document what they have learned outside the classroom through life experience. Each student produces a portfolio containing this documentation; which may be used to seek college credit through the prior learning assessment process. The student must receive a 'C' standing or better to be awarded a credit for a Gen. Ed. Elective (3.0 credits) course. Fee: $289.30 + TB

by discussing and evaluating some of the most prominent philosophers of the past three thousand years. Each class will focus on one important idea from a particular philosopher, and we will see how these ideas have changed and developed over time. Most importantly, we will ask whether these ideas are good or bad, right or wrong, and what impact they have, or should have, on our lives. Fee: $289.30 + TB

HISPANIC CULTURE & LANGUAGE (SPAN-1004)

This course is designed for students who have an interest in getting an overview of the varied cultures in which the Spanish language is spoken. This course will survey the influences of Hispanic culture and language in areas such as art, literature, film, and music. Students will develop an understanding of what shaped these diverse cultures that are united by history and language. The students will also acquire some basic Spanish language and vocabulary skills that will help them to converse at a basic level in a variety of contexts. Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

HOCKEY HALL OF FAME PRESENTS (RECN-1034)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HOLLYWOOD: THE VIEWERS PERSPECTIVE (FILM-1007)

This course explores film from an audience perspective by analyzing both how and why our culture watches movies. The course examines the "Hollywood" formula and its appealing offer of comfort, closure, and familiarity to viewers. In addition, the degree to which cinematic rules can be bent and/ or broken before an audience loses interest is a primary focus of the course. Focusing on four categories of film theory "Character Identification, the Male Gaze, Auteur Theory, and Narrative" this course examines the way mainstream film has influenced patterns of spectatorship, and promotes critical analysis of contemporary media. Fee: $289.30 + TB 90LC

Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HUMAN SEXUALITY (SOSC-1010)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

SEXUAL VIOLENCE (SOSC-1008)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

This course will examine a selection of myths and legends from Ancient Greece, Continental Europe, and Britain. We will also look at Arthurian stories and a variety of folk tales. In addition, we will study fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault, along with some contemporary versions, including film. Our goals will be to discover connections among the stories, seek out similar themes and characters across cultures and time periods, and explain the enduring popularity of these stories. Fee: $289.30 + TB Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

For many Canadians, hockey is more than a sport – it is a passion. Through hockey literature (fiction and non-fiction), multimedia presentations (radio and television broadcasts, feature films, and documentaries), and discussion, students will gain an understanding of how hockey has shaped Canadian culture, and how politics, economics, the media, and society have shaped a national passion. Fee: $289.30 + TB Tue

Sep4-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

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REFUND POLICY:

Sep7-Dec14

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Course descriptions available at: www.fanshawec.ca/ce ADULT LEARNING (EDUC-1059)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES (EDUC-1062)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN ADULT EDUCATION (ECED-1048)

Fee: $280.70 + TB (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEARNING, THINKING & PROBLEM SOLVING (COMM-1088)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

CRITICAL & CREATIVE THINKING (MGMT-1103)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

INCLUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (ECED-1068)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL)

GROUP LEARNING & TEAM DEVELOPMENT (EDUC-1066)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION (EDUC-1060)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

FACILITATING AN ONLINE COURSE (DEVL-1030)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNOLOGY: APOCALYPSE OR EDEN? (SOCI-1057)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRITICAL THINKING (LIBS-1005) (OL)

SCIENCE FICTION (LIBS-1003)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

EDUCATIONAL & RECREATIONAL PROGRAMMING (RECN-1033)

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

50LC

RACISM & DISCRIMINATION (SOCI-1040)

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

90LC

(OL)

ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES (EDUC-1063)

PERSPECTIVES ON HOCKEY (INDS-1013)

50LC

Fee: $365.30 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

MYTHS & LEGENDS (LIBS-1002)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

CYBERNATION: UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY (SOCI-1058)

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GOING ON? (COMM-1108)

MYTH, FOLKTALE & FAIRY TALE (INDS-1059)

90LC

(OL)

UNDERSTANDING LITERATURE (ENGL-1048)

INTRO TO CHILDREN’S LITERATURE (LIBS-1004)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

CURRENT ISSUES IN ADULT EDUCATION (EDUC-1050)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


HEALTH CARE

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HEALTH CARE NURSING

Emergency Nursing Certificate (Online) This program is designed to educate Registered Nurses interested in developing skills specific to emergency nursing. Completion of the certificate academically prepares the nurse for the CNA Emergency Nursing Certification Exam.

NURSING

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Current Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario • Completion of a physical assessment course • Valid ACLS certificate for the duration of the clinical experience COURSES: Basic Electrocardiography Clinical Foundations in Emergency Care Emergency Nursing Clinical Practice Environmental Emergencies Helping Families in Crisis Issues in ICU/CCU/ Emergency Nursing Paediatric & Adolescent Emergencies System Specific Conditions – Adult

NRSG-1001 NRSG-6042 NRSG-6047 NRSG-6046 PSYC-6003 NRSG-6035 NRSG-6044 NRSG-6043

Occupational Health Nursing Certificate Enhance the role of the Occupational Health Registered Nurse as a health and safety promoter, health teacher, competent practitioner and an effective member of the occupational health care team. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Current Registration with the CNO • Minimum of one year current active nursing experience COURSES: Audiometry Health Promotion & Protection Laboratory Practice I Occupational Health & Safety Legislation

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ICON LEGEND:

HLTH-6010 NRSG-6010 NRSG-1049 SFTY-6002

= Certificate Program

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Occupational Health Field Work Occupational Nursing Management Primary Care & Counselling Rehabilitation Case Management Spirometry Workplace Health Risk Identification

NRSG-6008 NRSG-6013 NRSG-6011 NRSG-6012 HLTH-6011 NRSG-6009

Practical Nurse Certificate to Diploma Completion Upgrade your certificate to a diploma! Intended for RPN's currently working at full competence as outlined by CNO. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Official Transcripts: Ontario Certificate Practical Nurse AND • College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) current Certificate of Registration AND • Currently working to full competence as outlined by the CNO • Resume outlining your nursing practice Students will be assessed on an individual basis to see which courses they require. HOW TO APPLY: • Forward a cover letter along with: 1) Copy of PN program certificate 2) Letter from your employer outlining your current practice 3) Copy of your current CNO Certificate of Registration AND 4) Resume outlining your nursing practice and continuing education courses to: Fanshawe College Continuing Education, Room A1037 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd. London, Ontario N5Y 5R6 For further program information, please contact Health Sciences at aferreira@fanshawec.ca. MANDATORY COURSES: Self & Others NRSG-1012 Personal & Working PSYC-1044 Relationships Nutrition for Life NUTR-3001 Health & Transitions NRSG-1048 Health Promotion NRSG-1051 Nursing in Ontario NRSG-6028 Practical Nurse Clinical NRSG-1054 Gen Ed Elective chosen by student In addition students may be required to take the following to complete NRSG-1050:

Parenteral Therapy – IV Maintenance IM Injections

= Online

= In a Day

NRSG-1053

NRSG-9003

Clinical will be fulfilled once all the courses in the program are completed and will be tailored to individual needs. Integrated practicum will be organized in mental health and/or community, or in another clinical area. The hours are evenings, days, nights and weekends, depending on placement organization requirements, it is also unpaid and students are required to pay tuition. Note: For clinical placements students must provide evidence of good health, which will include a medical review, immunization and T.B. test, a standard First Aid and CPR (HCP level) certificate, a criminal screen, and a mask fit test. STANDARD COURSES: The following courses will be assessed (transcripts required and course outlines may also be required): Anatomy & Physiology 1 Health & Transitions Laboratory Practice 1 Professional Nursing Practice 1 Anatomy & Physiology 2 Professional Nursing Practice 2 Healing & Episodic Health Challenges 1

ANAT-1005 NRSG-1011 NRSG-1013 NRSG-1014 ANAT-1012 NRSG-1018 NRSG-3011

ASSESSED COURSES: Some students will take the following courses while others may use Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) to challenge the course(s). Students must show completion of all of the courses below. To initiate the PLAR process please contact Cheryl Morris at cmorris@fanshawec.ca to arrange a meeting to prepare a portfolio. Math for Medications MATH-2001 (challenge exam) Laboratory Practice 2 NRSG-1050 (portfolio) (may also need NRSG-1053 AND/OR NRSG-9003) Professional Nursing NRSG-3012 Practice 3 (portfolio) Pharmacology PHRM-1040 (challenge exam) Professional Practice 4 NRSG-3015 (portfolio) Practical Nurse Clinical NRSG-1055 (portfolio) Healing & Episodic NRSG-1047 Health (portfolio) Note: For clinical placements students must provide evidence of good health, which will include a medical review, immunization and T.B. test, a standard First Aid and CPR (HCP level) certificate, a criminal screen, and a mask fit test.

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


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Refresher Nursing Program for RN's & RPN's ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Letter of Direction from the College of Nurses of Ontario or current CNO registration COURSES: Clinical Healing & Episodic Health Challenges Health & Transitions Laboratory Practice I Laboratory Practice II Nursing Informatics Nursing in Ontario Pharmacology Preceptorship

HLTH-1146 NRSG-1047 NRSG-1048 NRSG-1049 NRSG-1050 HLTH-1139 NRSG-6028 PHRM-1040 HLTH-1147

This course focuses on the affects of environmental emergencies on the client and the emergency department. Topics that will be discussed include bites and stings, toxicology and poisoning, chemical spills, hypo/hypothermia, water and altitude related emergencies, lightning strikes and disaster preparedness. Fee: $148.30 + TB 40LC

Sep17-Nov19

(OL)

HEALING & EPISODIC HEALTH CHALLENGES (NRSG-1047)

This course focuses on experiences with health and healing during episodic health challenges with individuals and families. Learner will discuss basic concepts of healing and illness and the impact of medical and surgical interventions. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving health teaching and health promotion will be emphasized as students learn about caring modalities. Fee: $441.58 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Nov28

(OL)

BASIC ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY (NRSG-1001)

Health professionals employed in acute care facilities will learn basic ECG interpretation. Content will include related anatomy and physiology components of the cardiac cycle, arrhythmias, therapies and electrical treatment. Fee: $176.50 + TB 40LC

Sep24-Nov19

(OL)

CLINICAL (HLTH-1146) & PRECEPTORSHIP (HLTH-1147, HLTH-1182)

Clinical placements give you hands-on practice and experience in different work environments. You will be placed on one or more supervised and preceptored affiliated clinical sites. Sites include acute and long term care facilities. Placement is individualized based on clinical availability. Note: Please contact Health Sciences at 519-452-4430 x4513 for clinical placement. EMERGENCY NURSING CLINICAL PRACTICE (NRSG-6047)

Note: Please contact Health Sciences at aferreira@fanshawec.ca to schedule.

TERM OFFERED:

40LC

This course will discuss professionalism, leadership, ethnic concern, legalities, adapting to change, interdisciplinary communication, decision-making, conflict resolution, assertiveness, stress management, advocacy, multicultural issues, quality improvement and public relations. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

(OL)

LABORATORY PRACTICE II (NRSG-1050)

This course allows students to develop dexterity and skill in more complex nursing techniques. Students will learn the principles and knowledge underlying these nursing skills in order to develop safe, effective practice when planning and carrying out the care. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and relevant health teaching approaches will be emphasized. A nursing supply kit is required to be purchased at the bookstore. Fee: $328.78 + $40 MF + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep25-Nov20

6-9pm

(BL)

NURSING IN ONTARIO (NRSG-6028)

This course examines professional nursing from a broader perspective. It examines current issues challenging the health care system, policy development, trends, and the reform to the delivery of health care in Canada. Legal and ethical concepts are addressed as well as the role and influence of the registered nurse and registered practical nurse with regard to health care

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep10-Dec3

(OL)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NURSING MANAGEMENT (NRSG-6013)

Leadership skills, initiating innovative programming, budget management, cost versus benefits analysis, continuous quality improvement, conflict management, coordination and professional development and occupational health nursing standards will be discussed. Fee: $323.14 + TB 40LC

Oct17-Dec12

(OL)

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY LEGISLATION (SFTY-6002)

Know your stuff! You will study an in-depth analysis of current employment health and safety legislation in Ontario and its implications for safety in the workplace. This is the perfect course for those wishing to learn about WHMIS among other things. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

ISSUES IN ICU/CCU/EMERGENCY NURSING (NRSG-6035)

NURSING COURSES

policy, political process, leadership, and creating change in order to foster client and social health. Fee: $255.46 + TB

Sep10-Dec17

NURSING

Note: For clinical placements students must provide evidence of good health, which will include a medical review, immunization and T.B. test, a standard First Aid and CPR certificate, and a criminal screen. Contact Health Sciences at aferreira@fanshawec.ca for availability.

ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCIES (NRSG-6046)

(OL)

PAEDIATRIC & ADOLESCENT EMERGENCIES (NRSG-6044)

This course provides in-depth knowledge of the various emergencies that affect children. Specific information related to communication skills required to interview children and their parents, communicable and ‘non’ communicable diseases, child abuse, poisoning and self-induced disorders of attempted suicide, bulimia and anorexia nervosa. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

PERSONAL & WORKING RELATIONSHIPS (PSYC-1044)

This course is designed for students to understand the principles and dynamics of personal and working relationships. Emphasis will be on perception of self, attitude and interpersonal problems. The principles introduced from this course will be used in various teaching methods to give students the opportunity to reflect on the processes relevant to their normal personal and professional relationships. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM-1040)

The study of drugs and their action in the human body and related nursing practice is emphasized. Key drugs or prototypes within each drug classification are identifies and studied. As well, the course will focus on essential assessments, nursing interventions,

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specific age-related considerations and patient education for each of these drug classifications. Exercises in critical thinking in relation to use in specific health conditions will be emphasized. Fee: $238.54 + TB + MF 20LC Wed Sep19-Dec5 6:30-9:30pm (BL)

REHABILITATION CASE MANAGEMENT (NRSG-6012)

The process of rehabilitation case management and the role of the Occupational Health nurse will be discussed. Preventative processes whereby the nurse uses knowledge of research and epidemiological studies within the workplace culture will be emphasized. Community resources and referral agencies will also be discussed. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

(OL)

SELF & OTHERS (NRSG-1012)

NURSING

The course focuses on understanding intrapersonal and interpersonal experiences. Students explore their personal beliefs, values, feelings and thoughts about self and self as a part of a family and culture. They will also explore the course of the helping relationship, and learn about others to enable healthy and healing relationships. The course will enhance interpersonal communication as the learner becomes more aware of self behavior and its effects on relationships and communication with others. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

(BL)

IM Injections Initiation of Intravenous Therapy Intro to Dialysis for RN’s/RPN’s Intro to Dialysis for RN’s/RPN’s Maternal/Newborn Nursing What Language Does Your Patient Hurt In? Wound Care Part 1 & 2 Wound Management Introduction Venipuncture

NRSG-9003 NRSG-1036 HLTH-1195 HLTH-1195 NRSG-6027 HLTH-9172 HLTH-9173 HLTH-9120 HLTH-1065

FOOT CARE FOR NURSES – BASIC (NRSG-1046)

Designed in accordance to the provincial ministry guideline! The purpose of this course is to expand the knowledge and skills of the Registered Nurse and the Registered Practical Nurse in relation to nursing care of the feet. Fee: $297.50 60LC Mon/Tue Sep24-Sep25 9am-4pm (C)

FOOT CARE FOR NURSES – ADVANCED (HLTH-1048) Pre-requisite(s): NRSG-1046

Participate in theory, classroom, lab and clinical sessions to further develop your knowledge in advanced foot care in accordance with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health. Fee: $528.50 60LC Wed-Fri Sep26-Sep28 9am-4pm (C)

IM INJECTIONS – RN’S & RPN’S (NRSG-9003)

Develop the practical skills of preparing and administering intramuscular injections. Review the mathematics associated with dosage calculations, classifications of medications commonly given intramuscularly, and documentation of these medications. Fee: $145.50 + $30 MF 60LC

Sat

Sep29

9am-4pm

(C)

INITIATION OF INTRAVENOUS THERAPY (NRSG-1036)

As an added nursing competency and in partnership with London Health Sciences Centre, this course is intended for RN’s and RPN’s. It is recommended that those who enroll will be able to utilize these skills on a regular basis. Completion of the self learning package, 1 hour lab practice is required PRIOR to completing 3 hours of clinical practice. Note: Self learning packages are available for pickup in Continuing Education Room A1037 after course registration. Please bring calendar first day of class to indicate dates available for training. Training will be scheduled for Thursday mornings from 6-9am. Location: University Hospital, Floor 10, Room A10-312 Fee: $277 + $30 MF 60LC

Tue

Oct2

INTRO TO DIALYSIS FOR RN’S & RPN’S (HLTH-1195)

8-9pm

(C)

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This 6 weeks course is offered to RN’s and RPN’s currently working in a dialysis centre or those who hope to gain employment in one

SPIROMETRY (HLTH-6011)

You will discuss the values of spirometry, perform single breath spirometry, identify different patterns of spirometry, calculate normal from different nonomograms and develop spiromentry programs for the workplace. Fee: $220 01LC

Sat

Oct13-Oct20

9am-1pm

(C)

Professional Development for RN's & RPN's These courses are designed to provide preparation to Registered Nurses to acquire a wide range of skills and competencies required. COURSES: Catheterization Workshop Footcare for Nurses – Basic Footcare for Nurses – Advanced

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NRSG- 9008 NRSG-1046 HLTH-1048

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

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Pathophysiology, progression of renal failure to dialysis, acute renal failure and diseases affecting the kidney will be covered. Fee: $215.50 01LC

Wed

Sep19-Oct24

6-9pm

(C)

MATERNAL/NEWBORN NURSING (NRSG-6027)

01LC Mon Sep24-Nov19 10am-4pm (C) (Mon Nov26 is added as a tentative date only in the event of an unforeseen class cancellation) Excluding Oct8 & Nov12

OSTOMY CARE & MANAGEMENT (HLTH-9229)

This overview of ostomy care and management will explore the role that the health care professional has in assisting the ostomy client and family. This workshop will include learning various techniques and tips used when changing an ostomy appliance, to ensure a secure system and successful wear time for the client. Fee: $145.50 + $15 MF 60LC

Sat

Oct27

9am-4pm

(C)

POST ANAESTHESIA CARE NURSING (NRSG-1037)

Oct1-Dec3

01LC

Mon

Nov5-Nov26

6-10pm

This course is designed to assist workers in a health care setting in better understanding the needs, expectations, and behaviours of multicultural patients. Fee: $125.09 + TB 40LC

Oct3-Oct31

(OL)

VENIPUNCTURE (HLTH-1065)

As an added nursing competency and in partnership with London Health Sciences Centre this course is intended for RN’s and RPN’s. It is recommended that those who enroll will be able to utilize these skills on a regular basis. Completion of the self learning package, 1 hour lab practice is required PRIOR to completing 4 hours of clinical practice. Note: Self learning packages are available for pickup in Continuing Education Room A1037 after course registration. Please bring calendar first day of class to indicate dates available for training. Training will be scheduled for Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am-12pm. Location: University Hospital, Floor 10, Room A10-312 Fee: $240.25 + $30 MF 60LC

Tue

Oct2

6:30-7:30pm

The focus of this workshop is on the assessment, management and current treatment principles of wound care. This course provides you with demonstration and actual hands on practice of applying different levels. Fee: $156.50 + $20 MF Sat

Oct13

9am-4pm

(C)

WOUND CARE PART I & II – RN’S & RPN’S ONLY (HLTH-9173)

The focus of this workshop is on wound bed preparation and assessment. You will be provided with demonstration and practice time. Discuss risk factors behind the ideology of pressure ulcers risk and wound assessment and learn about the barriers to wound healing. Fee: $223 + $20 MF 60LC

Sat

Nov10&Nov24

9am-4pm

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

Activation Techniques in Gerontology Gain additional knowledge and skills for the activation role in long-term care settings. Graduates assist the interdisciplinary team in achieving optimal physical, mental, social and spiritual functioning of the elderly through the design of individual and group activity programs. Note: Students must complete a health form, Police Check and First Aid/CPR prior to placement. COURSES: Activation Field Work Activation in Long Term Care Biological & Psychosocial Aging Cognitive Impairment Programming Leadership in Activation Multidiscipline Geriatric Assessment Therapeutic Programming

GERI-6006 GERI-6002 GERI-6007 GERI-6003 GERI-6005 GERI-6008 GERI-6004

THIS IS THE LAST OFFERING OF THIS PROGRAM For details, please contact: aferreira@fanshawec.ca

(C)

WOUND MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION (HLTH-9120)

(OL)

TERM OFFERED:

(C)

WHAT LANGUAGE DOES YOUR PATIENT HURT IN? (HLTH-9172)

60LC

Designed for RN’s currently practicing in the Post Anesthesia Care setting and for those interested in acquiring skills and knowledge in assessing and caring for the post anesthesia patient. Includes a review of body systems and how they are affected by the stress of anesthesia and surgery. Emphasis is placed on anesthesia, common post anesthesia problems and their management. Other topics include current trends in pain management, treatment of nausea and vomiting, care of patients at risk and electrolyte and blood gas analysis. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Designed for nurses caring for patients with IV therapy, this course provides students with an introduction to parental therapy. Topics include: administration of IV fluids and electrolytes, administration of IV medications, blood and blood products. Fee: $125.74 + $50 MF

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

This course is offered in conjunction with the Perinatal Outreach Program of Southwestern Ontario, St. Joseph’s Health Care London. By incorporating current evidence and best practice guidelines, this course will address such topics as: Reproductive anatomy/ physiology, Antenatal assessment, High risk antenatal care, Stages of labour, Nursing care during labour, Complications of labour, Non-pharmacologic/pharmacologic pain relief for labour, Fetal health surveillance, Perinatal loss, The effect of woman abuse on childbearing women, Postpartum nursing care, Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, Breastfeeding, Newborn Assessment, Well Baby Care, Common complications during the newborn period. Note: This course will also be offered through videoconferencing to various sites across southwestern Ontario. For more information contact the Perinatal Outreach office by email at perinout@sjhc.london.on.ca. Location: St. Joseph's Health Care London, meeting rooms 1 & 2 (E1-126 & E1-128) Fee: $289.20 + $15 MF + TB

PARENTERAL THERAPY – IV MAINTENANCE (NRSG-1053)

HEALTH CARE

(C)

Dementia Studies Multidiscipline Certificate

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Increase knowledge and skills of professionals caring for clients with dementia. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • College diploma, certificate or degree in a Health or Human related field or 3-5 years working experience COURSES: Overview of Dementia Care Communication & Interpersonal Skills Caregiving Skills in Dementia Care Ethics & Legalities in Dementia Care Evaluation & Program Planning

HLTH-6019 COMM-6010 HLTH-6021 HLTH-6022 HLTH-6024

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HLTH-6025 HLTH-6026

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 1 of the following)

Biological & Psychosocial Aging Quality of Life & Aging Palliative Care Level I Policies & Issues in Gerontology

GERI-6007 GERI-6012 HLTH-6027 GERI-6011

Working with Dementia Clients Certificate

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

This program is designed to increase the knowledge, competency and skills of caregivers working with dementia clients. This program is aimed at Auxiliary Healthcare Workers, Health Care Aides, Home support workers, Personal Support workers, family members and others caring for people with Dementia. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • College diploma, certificate or degree in a Health or Human related field or 3-5 years working experience COURSES: Overview of Dementia Care Communication & Interpersonal Skills Caregiving Skills in Dementia Care Ethics & Legalities in Dementia Care Field Placement – Working with Dementia

HLTH-6019 COMM-6010 HLTH-6021 HLTH-6022 HLTH-6023

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 1 of the following)

Biological & Psychosocial Aging Quality of Life & Aging Palliative Care Level I Policies & Issues in Gerontology

GERI-6007 GERI-6012 HLTH-6027 GERI-6011

Food Service Worker Certificate Perform effectively in institutional food preparation settings in commercial or long-term care facilities. Emphasis is given during the academic portion of the program to food preparation, service, nutrition and sanitary practices in the workplace. This program meets the

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requirements set by the Ministry of Long Term Care for Food Service Workers. Note: Students currently working in the field may be eligible for Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) for the field placement. Please call Cheryl Morris at 519-452-4445.

Professional Development for Health Care COURSE: Dental Anatomy & Physiology

DENT-1040

COURSES:

(all offered every semester)

Customer Service & Communication Skills Food Preparation & Services Foodsafe FSW Field Placement Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle Role of the Food Service Worker Special Diets

COMM-1076 FDMG-1058 FDMG-2003 WRKE-0001 NUTR-1007 FDMG-1005 FDMG-1008

Health Care Office Assistant Certificate Designed to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to function as a clerk/assistant/receptionist in a variety of health care facilities including hospital units, doctor’s offices and clinics. Field placement is optional but highly recommended. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or Mature Student status COMPULSORY COURSES: Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology Computerized Accounting Computerized Billing Field Placement (Optional) Medical Transcription Microsoft Office Essentials Organizational Skills Patient Preparation Processing Physicians Orders Professional Communication Records Maintenance & the Law

HLTH-1006 COMP-1066 COMP-1128 DEVL-1017

= In a Day

Designed to assist individuals to perform effectively as a porter, in transporting patients, specimens, stats, documents, linens, supplies and equipment from one area of the hospital to another to facilitate the needs of patients, staff and visitors. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or Mature Student status COURSES: Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology Dealing with Death & Dying Foundations of Patient Transport Handling Patient Transport Equipment Personal Change, Transition & Ethics Working in a Critical Care Centre/Hospital Setting

HLTH-1006 HLTH-1153 HLTH-1151 HLTH-1154 PSYC-1057 HLTH-1152

ELECTIVE COURSES: (Select 2 of the following)

Critical & Creative Thinking Customer Service & Communication Skills Personal Success

MGMT-1103 COMM-1076 MGMT-1092

COMP-1130 COMP-1378 HLTH-1010 HLTH-1091 HLTH-1007 COMM-1054 OFAD-1006

FAST TRACK ALSO AVAILABLE See page 58 for Accelerated Career Training (10LC) and pages 88-90 for course descriptions and offerings.

= Online

Patient Transport Certificate (Portering)

Personal Support Worker – HCA to PSW Bridging Please contact aferreira@fanshawec.ca for further information. Students will be required to complete prior learning assessments for this bridging program. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or Mature Student status • PSW Certificate from an accredited Ontario college COURSES: Foundations of Personal Support Mental Health & Cognitive Impairment

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

HLTH-1092 HLTH-1100


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Human Body Structure & Function PSW Clinical Practicum 1 PSW Community Placement

HLTH-1095 HLTH-3024 HLTH-3022

Personal Support Worker Certificate Prepares the Personal Support Worker to work under the direction of a regulated professional to assist individuals and their families during various life stages. PSW’s provide care and support to people living at home and in long-term care facilities. This program meets the Ministry of Health long term care guidelines.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Applicants must complete the Health Standards Form and the required review including a medical, immunizations, TB test (or chest x-ray) prior to practical portions of the program • Applicants must have a First Aid/CPR Health Care Provider – valid for the period of the clinical and community placements • Applicants are required to provide a copy of a completed Police Record Check and are advised that criminal convictions for which pardons have not been received may not permit students to complete the placement portions of this program • Mask fit testing Interested applicants please email jhodgson@fanshawec.ca for program orientation package. COMPULORY COURSES – LEVEL I: Foundations of HLTH-1092 Personal Support HLTH-1093 Health & Wellness Human Body Structure HLTH-1095 & Function HLTH-1096 PSW Laboratory Practice Self & Others for PSW HLTH-1094 One General Elective Course – 3 credits COMPULORY COURSES – LEVEL II: Life Transitions HLTH-1098

TERM OFFERED:

HLTH-1099 HLTH-1100 HLTH-3024 HLTH-3025 HLTH-3021 HLTH-3022

Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education The Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education Program, developed jointly by the Colleges of Ontario Network for Education and Training and the Ontario College of Pharmacists has been designed to assist pharmacy technicians currently working in the profession to meet new regulatory requirements and expanded practice capabilities introduced by the Ontario government with the Health System Improvement Act, 2007. The registration requirements for pharmacy technicians currently working in both community-based and hospital practice settings include successful completion of an entry to practice examination developed by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC). Pharmacy technicians will be required to provide documented evidence of completion of the full Bridging program, as approved by Council to meet the requirements for registration with the Ontario College of Pharmacists and to practice in the new expanded role. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • The target group for the bridging program includes individuals who are currently working as pharmacy technicians, AND have successfully completed the OCP Certification examination or the PEBC national evaluating examination • Fanshawe College does not require proof of completion; however the OCP does require proof of completion in order to recognize any courses within the bridging program COURSES: Management of Drug Distribution Systems Pharmacology – Pharmacy Technician Bridging Product Preparation – Pharmacy Technician Bridging Professional Practice – Pharmacy Technician Bridging

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

PHRM-1043 PHRM-1044 PHRM-1046

MANAGEMENT OF DRUG DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (PHRM-3024 OR PHRM-1043)

This course will examine various drug distribution systems in pharmacy practice, and prepare learners to effectively manage operations in different practice settings to ensure safe and effective drug distributive functions in institutional settings; learn about common drug plans and their formularies, challenges, inventory management elements and common business practices. Accurate product release within the parameters of the pharmacy technician role receives special emphasis. Fee: $331.46 + TB (PHRM-3024) 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $255.46 (PHRM-1043) 01LC Thu Sep13-Dec6 6:30-9:30pm

(C)

PHARMACOLOGY – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-3025 OR PHRM-1044)

This course provides a practical, applied approach to pharmacology, through a variety of learning tools such as assignments, quizzes, case studies and group work, the student will enhance his/ her ability to practice competently and contribute to a safe patient care setting, participants will gain basic knowledge related to the pharmacological uses of drugs within a variety of commonly encountered medical conditions. Fee: $297.62 + TB (PHRM-3025) 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $221.62 + TB (PHRM-1044) 01LC

Tue

Sep25-Dec4 6:30-9:30pm

(OL) (C)

PRODUCT PREPARATION – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-1046)

This course addresses the theoretical knowledge and practical skills essential for safe and accurate preparation of sterile and non-sterile pharmaceutical products. For non-sterile preparation, students focus on compounding practices for various internal and external preparations and specialty guidelines, standards and legislation, pharmaceutical calculations, and documentation requirements. For sterile product preparation, areas of emphasis include infection control, aseptic technique, parenteral dosage forms, accurate calculations, appropriate use of equipment, and quality control. Best practices associated with the preparation of TPN and antineoplastics are also covered. Fee: $297.62 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $221.62 + TB + Lab Kit

PHRM-1041

(OL)

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD with courses from the college and/or university stream • Mature applicants (19+ years of age) with appropriate preparation • Completion of Literacy Testing as administered by the college may be required

Ongoing Health Challenges Mental Health & Cognitive Impairment PSW Clinical Practicum 1 PSW Clinical Practicum 2 PSW Clinical Consolidation PSW Community Placement

01LC Wed Sep19-Nov28 6:30-9:30pm

(OL) (C)

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-1045 OR PHRM-1041)

Students will be prepared for entry to practice in five main areas of focus: legal requirements, scope of practice, ethical principles, professionalism and communication skills. Through a variety of learning tools such as interactive case studies, assignments, quizzes and group work, the student will enhance professional practice framework. Fee: $365.30 + TB (PHRM-1045) 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

01LC

ACTIVATION IN LONG TERM CARE (GERI-6002)

This course introduces philosophy and concept of activation and rehabilitation in long-term care settings. Roles of the activation personnel within the interdisciplinary team and roles of other team members will be introduced. Programming processes approaches to activity planning and principles of lifestyle assessment will be discussed. An overview of long-term care system, government standards, relevant legislation including resident’s bills of rights, client advocacy, ethics and the importance of recording and reporting will be covered. Fee: $289.30

(OL)

Fee: $289.30 + TB (PHRM-1041) Mon Sep10-Dec17 6:30-9:30pm

(C)

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

Sterile Processing Certificate Students will acquire the knowledge and skills for career opportunities in hospitals, surgical centers and health care settings related to the sterilization, preparation and storage of equipment, instruments and supplies. Students will learn critical techniques in safe handling of instrumentation, infection control and aseptic techniques.

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

ASSEMBLY, WRAPPING & PACKAGING (HLTH-1108)

42LC

HLTH-1006 MGMT-1107 HLTH-1118 HLTH-1119 HLTH-1105 HLTH-1108 HTLH-1110 HLTH-1112

Nov1-Dec20

(OL)

BASIC ANATOMY & RELATED TERMINOLOGY (HLTH-1006 OR HLTH-1130)

This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and functions of the human body and the related terminology used to describe body parts, structure, and function. Related terminology will also include general or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and abbreviations. Fee: $289.30 + TB (HLTH-1006) 40LC Mon Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6:30-9:30pm (BL) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov26-Dec10 9:30-11:30pm (C)

Fee: $348.38 + TB (HLTH-1130) 51LC 52LC 53LC

Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL)

BIOLOGICAL & PSYCHOSOCIAL AGING (GERI-6007)

This course examines the normal aging process by examining such things as biological and psychosocial aging, attitudes and misconceptions, demography, theories of aging, successful aging lifestyle practices, community resources and future trends. Fee: $204.70

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= 7 days before first class

Mon

= 3 days before first class

Sep10-Nov12

40LC

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

Sep10-Oct29

(OL)

COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT PROGRAMMING (GERI-6003)

This course will discuss the manifestations of selected conditions encountered in a long-term care setting such as Alzheimer’s disease, psychiatric conditions, acquired brain injuries, and a variety of dementias and substance abuse will be discussed. Abilities and limitations of the various conditions will be included; this interactive class will introduce students to appropriate programming/activities combined with behaviour management skills. Fee: $204.70 Oct15-Dec17

(OL)

CRITICAL & CREATIVE THINKING (MGMT-1103)

Critical thinking and creative thinking are skills that are valued in every company and organization. You will practice creative thinking techniques that will help you learn to think creatively; and apply these skills to a work environment. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep9-Dec14

(OL)

CUSTOMER SERVICE & COMMUNICATION SKILLS (COMM-1076)

This course emphasizes the importance of effective customer service delivery and communication skills with clients in institutions. You will review methods to overcome common barriers to communication and describe different forms of conflict in the work place. This course focuses on developing personal styles of communication useful in the food industry. Fee: $204.70 40LC

HLTH-1114

40LC

Client focused care and developing a care plan which would include assessment of client, ADL skills, social and emotional needs, will be discussed. Challenging behaviors, facilitative environments, multicultural skills, care for the family/caregiver will be included using a case-study approach. Fee: $170.86 + TB

40LC

Introduces students to the proper techniques for the assembly, wrapping and/or packaging of surgical instruments, supplies and patient care equipment. Fee: $170.86 + TB

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status COURSES: Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology Human Relations Microbiology & Infection Control Identification, Care & Handling of Instrumentation Decontamination, Principles, Procedures & Practices Assembly, Wrapping & Packaging Disinfection & Sterilization Concepts & Techniques Sterile Storage, Inventory Control & Management of Resources Sterile Processing Clinical Practice

CAREGIVING SKILLS IN DEMENTIA CARE (HLTH-6021)

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE COURSES

Oct1-Dec3

(OL)

DECONTAMINATION, PRINCIPLES, PROCEDURES & PRACTICES (HLTH-1105)

Introduces students to the principles of decontamination including instrument/ equipment disassembly, various methods of cleaning/disinfecting, use of decontamination equipment (automated), proper workflow, standard precautions and the safe handling of sharps and medical

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


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bio-hazardous waste materials. Fee: $255.46 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Oct26

(OL)

DISINFECTION & STERILIZATION CONCEPTS & TECHNIQUES (HLTH-1110)

Introduces the key principles and factors affecting sterilization and monitoring sterilization cycles. Common types of sterilization processes will be explored. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Oct26

(OL)

FOOD PREPARATION & SERVICES (FDMG-1058)

40LC

Oct24-Dec12

(OL)

FOODSAFE (FDMG-2003)

Identifies the importance of sanitary practices in transportation, purchasing, receiving and storage of food. Emphasis is placed on reducing the incidence of food borne disease outbreaks in high risk populations. Fee: $170.86 + TB 40LC

Oct9-Nov27

(OL)

Successful completion of this course will enable you to demonstrate proper procedures for transporting patients, cytotoxic drugs, radiation, oxygen, patient specimens and blood products. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

(OL)

HANDLING PATIENT TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT & SPECIMENS (HLTH-1154)

Successful completion of this course will enable you to demonstrate proper procedures for transporting patents, cytotoxic drugs, radiation, oxygen, patient specimens and blood products. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Oct15-Dec17

(OL)

HEALTH & WELLNESS (HLTH-1093)

Students will be introduced to core concepts and skills; providing compassionate care to all; growth and development throughout the life span; food safety, meal planning and feeding; assisting with mobility, positioning, lifts and transfers; ensuring safety in both homes and institutions; personal hygiene and grooming; infection control; caring for mothers, infants, children and elderly; abuse, and documentation. The individual’s rights to safety, dignity, respect, privacy and confidentiality will be emphasized. Fee: $458.50 + TB

42LC

Nov1-Dec20

(OL)

LEADERSHIP IN ACTIVATION (GERI-6005)

This course assists the learner in developing effective interpersonal communication, interviewing skills and positive approaches to working with clients with communication difficulties. Learn to work within an interdisciplinary team and examine conflict resolution and negotiation strategies. Explore ways to involve families and volunteers, how to recruit and manage volunteers, organize committees and family councils generate quarterly reports. Risk and total quality management will be covered. Fee: $289.30 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

MENTAL HEALTH & COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT (HLTH-1100)

PROFESSIONALS IN HEALTH CARE

Discusses food preparation and service procedures required for an efficient and effective food service operation. Students are introduced to the basic principles of menu planning, standardized recipes, purchasing and receiving procedures, food production systems and food delivery systems. Fee: $289.30 + TB

problems related to instrument usage. Fee: $306.22 + TB

FOUNDATIONS OF PATIENT TRANSPORT (HLTH-1151)

Mental Health disorders can affect all aspects of a person’s life: the physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and intellectual. This course will examine mental illness and cognitive impairment with an emphasis on appreciating the lived experience of the client, and what it means to the person who is suffering from it, and how to care for people experiencing mental disorders, cognitive impairment or dementia. Fee: $170.86 40LC

Mon

Nov26-Dec19

6-9pm

(OL)

10LC Mon-Fri Oct9-Nov2 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

FOOD SERVICE WORKER FIELD PLACEMENT (WRKE-0001) Pre-requisite(s): All theory courses

Students will work in an approved institutional setting under the supervision of a food service supervisor or dietitian. The Field Placement is mandatory for individuals who have NO prior experience in an institutional setting, or who otherwise have received no formal training on the job. Fee: $193.10 Note: Please contact Health Sciences at aferreira@fanshawec.ca.

HUMAN BODY STRUCTURE & FUNCTION (HLTH-1095) Pre-requisite(s): HLTH-1092, HLTH-1094

This course is designed to introduce beginning support workers to the structure and basic function of the human body. Discussion will center on the normal and age-related changes that occur through the lifespan. You will use medical terminology throughout the course to develop a basic scientific vocabulary. Fee: $289.30+ TB 10LC Mon-Fri Nov26-Dec11 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

FOUNDATIONS PERSONAL SUPPORT (HLTH-1092)

In this course, the learner is introduced to the role of the Personal Support Worker (PSW) and the scope of practice for the PSW within the health care system. Through class discussion, seminars, and lectures, the learner will explore confidentiality and privacy, client rights and boundaries, ethical issues, professional behaviour, and legislation involving the health care system. Fee: $204.70 + TB 20LC Tue/Thu Oct16-Nov15 6:30-9:30pm (BL) 40LC Sep17-Nov19 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Sep24-Oct3 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

TERM OFFERED:

HUMAN RELATIONS (MGMT-1107)

You will gain practical insights into more effective ways to handle people and improve your overall performance in the workplace. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep24-Nov26

(OL)

Introduces the student to instrument classification, specifics of proper handling techniques and recognition of common

Winter

Spring/Summer

Introduces the SPT to the sterile processing role and environment, microbiology, infection control, aseptic technique and workplace environmental hazards. Fee: $238.54 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Oct19

(OL)

MULTIDISCIPLINE GERIATRIC ASSESSMENT (GERI-6008)

This course provides a holistic look at the assessment of the gerontology client. Content will include data collection, history taking, and a systems approach to health assessment as well as analysis, interpretation, and follow-up. Measurement of health also involves looking at how well an individual copes with impairments. Fee: $289.30 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

NUTRITION THROUGHOUT THE LIFECYCLE (NUTR-1007)

IDENTIFICATION, CARE & HANDLING OF INSTRUMENTATION (HLTH-1119)

Fall

MICROBIOLOGY & INFECTION CONTROL (HLTH-1118)

Get an in-depth review of nutritional needs for clients of all ages. This course puts special emphasis on older individuals who live in long-term care facilities and in the

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HEALTH CARE community. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Nov20-Dec20

(OL)

OVERVIEW OF DEMENTIA CARE (HLTH-6019)

Normal aging vs. dementia will be discussed including secondary influences along with a focus on assessment and diagnosis. Providing a holistic model of care within the existing medical model will be emphasized. Appropriate physical and emotional environment, effects of disease on caregiver and client, the family unit, role of research on caregiving, importance of on-going education to maintain competence will also be discussed. Fee: $170.86 + TB 40LC

Oct29-Dec17

(OL)

PERSONAL CHANGE, TRANSITION & ETHICS (PSYC-1057)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This course will examine self and personal beliefs and values. You will also recognize your personality characteristics and methods of effectively dealing with others. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Oct1-Dec3

(OL)

PERSONAL SUCCESS (MGMT-1092)

This exciting course is designed to equip you with the necessary personal skills to thrive in the workplace and in social settings. Emphasis is placed on key human relations skills such as public speaking, listening skills, self-presentation and techniques for career advancement. Required Software: Current web browser that’s support Flash and Real Player plug-ins, Adobe reader and Microsoft Word, sound care. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep9-Dec14

(OL)

PSW CONSOLIDATION (HLTH-3021) Pre-requisite(s): All theory courses

The consolidation experience will enable the student to enhance problem-solving abilities; and work both independently and as part of the team. While in consolidation, the student will be expected to demonstrate consistent and competent implementation of all acquired skills while caring for a variety of client s in al long-term care setting. (Winter 2013 Semester)

PSW COMMUNITY PLACEMENT (HLTH-3022) Pre-requisite(s): All theory courses

This practice course enables students to participate in the care of individuals and families, at various stages of the life cycle, in a community setting. It is designed to provide each student with the opportunity to integrate theoretical skills and concepts

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that they have acquired in the classroom and during practice.

disease management. Fee: $170.86

(Winter 2013 Semester)

40LC

PSW LABORATORY PRACTICE (HLTH-1096)

This lab practice course is designed to introduce the basic skills involved with activities of daily living (ADLs). When taken concurrently with Clinical Practice I, the student is given an opportunity to practice in both clinical and laboratory settings. Throughout this course, emphasis is placed on respecting the client’s individual needs, preferences, and pace. Fee: $204.70 + TB 10LC Mon-Fri Oct5-Dec19 9:30am-1:30pm (C) (Various Days)

PSW LTC CLINICAL (HLTH-3020)

This practical course enables students to apply skills and concepts learned in the classroom and laboratory by providing care for residents in a long-term care setting over two clinical rotations. Throughout this course, emphasis will be placed on concepts such as confidentiality, safety, organizational skills, reliability, communication, and documentation. In the first rotation, students are introduced to the role and responsibilities of the PSW while providing basic care and appropriate communication to clients and the health care team. In the second rotation students are expected to synthesize learned knowledge and continue to provide safe, competent care for an increasing number of clients. (Winter 2013 Semester)

Sep11-Oct4

(OL)

STERILE STORAGE, INVENTORY CONTROL & MANAGEMENT OF RESOURCES (HLTH-1112)

Introduction to sterile storage, inventory control distribution systems including the case cart system, pottering, and stock rotation. Fee: $170.86 + TB 42LC

Nov1-Dec20

(OL)

STERILE PROCESSING CLINICAL CONSOLIDATION (HLTH-1114) Pre-requisite(s): All theory courses

A supervised, preceptored clinical placement that provides the opportunity for students to apply sterile processing theoretical knowledge and skills in a hospital setting. Please expect a waiting period. Note: Students may be required to travel for placement. To be completed at various hospitals & various shifts

THERAPEUTIC PROGRAMMING (GERI-6004)

This course focuses on the types of therapeutic programming required in longterm care settings. Resident intake, goal setting, program planning, implementation, and evaluation will be discussed. The benefits of alternative therapies for the elderly in improving quality of life will also be included. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Oct15-Dec17

(OL)

ROLE OF THE FSW (FDMG-1005)

Provides the student with an understanding of the food service worker role in a food service department within a facility. Emphasis is placed on responsibility, accountability and the importance of working with others as a team member. An overview of health care accreditation and the role of the food service worker will be examined. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Oct10

(OL)

SELF & OTHERS FOR PSW’S (HLTH-1094)

In this course the student will examine self, personal beliefs and values as well as explore the concept of the helping relationship and interpersonal relationships with others. Knowledge, skills and attitudes for career and college success will also be developed. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue/Thu Nov20-Jan22 6:30-9:30pm (BL) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov5-Nov20 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

SPECIAL DIETS (FDMG-1008)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Professional Development for Health Care Professionals COURSES: Bladder Health Bowel Health Communicating with Non-verbal Clients Diabetes Enteral Tube Feeding for PSW’s Footcare for PSW’s Medication Assisting & Documentation Pharmacology for PSW’s

You will learn the importance and use of special diets and supplemental products in

= Online

= In a Day

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

HLTH-9245 HLTH-9244 COMM-9136 HLTH-9202 HLTH-9236 HLTH-9171 HLTH-9234 HLTH-1117


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BLADDER HEALTH (HLTH-9245)

This workshop will explore the process of and factors that affect urination and the assessment of urinary function, including subjective and objective data, and the normal and abnormal characteristics and constituents of urine. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Sep24

6-9pm

(C)

BOWEL HEALTH (HLTH-9244)

This workshop explores the normal and abnormal characteristics and constituents of feces, and the assessment, diagnosis and interventions for clients. Review of bowel diseases and treatments will be emphasized. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Oct29

6-9pm

Oct22

6-9pm

(C)

DIABETES (HLTH-9202)

This workshop will entail the medical, social and psychological aspects of not only living with the disease, but also helping someone who is. Specific content will cover the diagnosis, complications, and treatment including nutrition, exercise and management of diabetes in a healthy lifestyle. Fee: $161.50 + HST 60LC

Sat

Oct13

9am-2pm

(C)

ENTERAL TUBE FEEDING FOR PSW’S (HLTH-9236)

This workshop will review many different types of feeding tubes and approaches to enteral feeding. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Oct15

6-9pm

Thu

Nov8-Nov29

6-9pm

(C)

PHARMACOLOGY FOR CAREGIVERS (HLTH-1117)

This course will enable the learner to differentiate between the chemical, generic, official and brand name of drugs, along with the different sources of drug information in Canada. The legislative acts controlling drug use will be covered. The student will be able to identify common responses to drugs, correct procedures for drug administration and ways to prevent drug errors. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC Wed Sep26-Nov28 6:30-9:30pm (C)

(C)

FOOT CARE FOR PSW'S (HLTH-9171)

Help the frail elderly, the chronically ill, and people with physical disabilities by providing personal care for foot-related problems. You will cover basic foot care, skin care, filing, foot massage and nail care. Upon completion, you will be able to identify, collect data, and explain common feet conditions. Note: Basic foot care

TERM OFFERED:

Professional Development for Registered Massage Therapists Fanshawe College is now offering CMTO approved Continuing Education Unit courses. Every three years an RMT must obtain 30 CEU’s to maintain their license. RMT’s will have the opportunity to increase their business knowledge, technique repertoire and professional development as well as refresh and expand their knowledge in the science of massage therapy. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Currently hold an active or inactive Register Massage Therapy certificate • Students, or current graduates, of a Massage Therapy course may take a class but will not receive CEU’s (as per CMTO guidelines) • Other health professionals can take a class and may be eligible for Continued Education credits through their regulatory college (CMTO is the only college directly sought for preapproval) COURSES: Massage Therapy Administration: OCSE Exam Preparation Massage Therapy Administration: Motor Vehicle Accidents Massage Therapy Administration: Business Basics Massage Therapy Administration: Orthopedic Assessment

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

HLTH-9263 ADMN-9008 BUSI-9158

MASSAGE THERAPY ADMINISTRATION: MOTOR VEHICLE INCIDENTS (ADMIN-9008)

In this one day course participants will be taught how to imitate and use the HCAI system for motor vehicle incidents. All OCF forms will be discussed as well as code identification. Working within the FSCO guidelines to maximize an RMT’s reimbursement for services rendered. 3 CMTO approved CEU’s Fee: $183.50 60LC

Sep9

9am-3pm

(C)

MASSAGE THERAPY ADMINISTRATION: ORTHOPEDIC ASSESSMENT (HLTH-9256)

This one day course will focus on commonly used orthopaedic tests for the head, neck and the trunk including what one would need to use to rule in/out whiplash related injuries. Both theoretical and hands-on methodology will be utilized to learning. 3.5 CMTO approved CEU’s Fee: $203.50 60LC

Sun

Nov11

9am-5pm

(C)

Professional Development for Health & Wellness COURSES: CBRC Exam Preparation for Respiratory Therapy Everyday Homeopathic Therapeutics Foot Reflexology Medical Terminology Level I Nutrition & Wellness Specialist Therapeutic Touch Level I Therapeutic Touch Level II

RESP-1025 HLTH-9266 HLTH-1040 COMP-9330 NUTR-9001 HLTH-9210 HLTH-9211

CBRC EXAM PREPARATION FOR RESPIRATORY THERAPY (RESP-1025)

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Through an in-depth and comprehensive review of the key components of the Pulmonary system, this course will empower the graduates of Respiratory Therapy to challenge the CBRC exam with confidence. This course will explore all the respiratory illnesses and its management in a case study approach methodically to initiate critical thinking. Fee: $204.70 40LC

HLTH-9256

Sun

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Communication is the process by which information is exchanged between the sender and receiver. This includes six aspects: sender, message, method, receiver, feedback, and influences. Non-verbal communication is also referred to as "body language." Students will further enhance and gain knowledge by learning the methods of sending messages without using speech or writing. Fee: $108.50 + HST Mon

01LC

(C)

COMMUNICATING WITH NON-VERBAL CLIENTS (COMM-9136)

60LC

instruments will need to be purchased. Fee: $152.10

Sep24-Nov26

EVERYDAY HOMEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS (HLTH-9266)

(OL)

NE W

!

This course provides a working knowledge of how to effectively prescribe homeopathically for everyday issues;

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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from infants to adults, from First Aid to treatments for the common cold. From Anxiety to Insomnia, all based on a quick, simple yet very effective method of assessment. This course also includes a reference outline that allows individuals to quickly review any acute condition and prescribe accordingly, keeping you and your family healthier than ever before! Fee: $418.35 + HST 01LC

Tue

Oct23-Nov27

7-9pm

THERAPEUTIC TOUCH LEVEL II (HLTH-9211)

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!

This class reviews the basic principles and expands on the techniques available to the practitioner to enable them to give a full Therapeutic Touch session. Opportunity is given for practice in working with the human energy field, and further instruction is provided to help the practitioner refine their interpretation of the work. Fee: $176.50 + HST

(C)

60LC

Sat

Oct20

9am-6pm

(C)

FOOT REFLEXOLOGY (HLTH-1040)

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

Focuses on the basic understanding of anatomy and physiology as it applies to the methodology of Foot Reflexology. Includes 35 in-class theory hours, in-class practice, 80 hours of independent study, required textbook, written and practical assessments/examinations, plus 70 hours practicum. Successful completion of this course will lead to certification from the Ontario College of Reflexology. Fee: $811 + $50 MF 01LC Wed Oct3-Nov21 Exam Date: Nov28

6-10pm

FIRST AID/CPR TRAINING STANDARD FIRST AID & CPR CERTIFICATES: CPR Level C OR HCP & AED First Responder First Responder Recertification Standard First Aid, CPR & AED + HCP CPR Upgrade Standard First Aid Instructor Course Standard First Aid Retest Level HCP CPR

(C)

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY LEVEL I (COMP-9330) Excellent English proficiency is strongly recommended

Designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of learning medical terminology, as well as understand human anatomy and physiology necessary for work in the medical environment. Fee: $178.78 + $10 MF + TB 01LC

Thu

Oct4-Nov29

6-9pm

This course will provide you with the tools necessary to help counsel others about how to build a healthy body, how to eat better, how to become more active, and how to make a personal lifestyle change. This knowledge will enable you or others to improve current health or recover after illness. Maintaining wellness requires the consistent use of practical strategies with an overall focus on the body, mind and spirit. Fee: $224 + $45 MF + HST Tue

Oct2-Nov20

5:45-8:40pm

(C)

THERAPEUTIC TOUCH LEVEL I (HLTH-9210)

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A method of energy healing with its roots in the nursing profession, this workshop is an introduction to understanding the human energy field, as well as providing the caregiver with a consistent means of support for the healing process. This is the first of three levels of study. Fee: $176.50 + HST 60LC

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Sat

REFUND POLICY:

Sep29

9am-6pm

(C)

= 7 days before first class

HLTH-9222 HLTH-9252 HLTH-9227 HLTH-1172 HLTH-9231

FIRST AID – STANDARD FIRST AID, CPR (LEVEL C OR HCP) & AED (HLTH-9227)

(C)

NUTRITION & WELLNESS SPECIALIST (NUTR-9001)

01LC

HLTH-9215

Mon/Tue Thu/Fri Sat/Sun Sat/Sun

= 3 days before first class

Aug20-Aug21 Aug23-Aug24 Sep22-Sep23 Oct6-Oct7

(C) (C) (C) (C)

= 7 days after first class

Mon/Tue Tue/Wed Sat/Sun Tue/Thu Mon/Tue Mon/Tue

Oct8-Oct9 Oct30-Oct31 Nov3-Nov4 Nov20-Nov22 Dec3-Dec4 Dec17-Dec18

(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

FIRST AID – STANDARD FIRST AID/ CPR (LEVEL C OR HCP) & AED RECERTIFICATION (HLTH-9231)

Participants MUST produce a valid Canadian Red Cross Standard First Aid certificate to take the recertification course. All Standard First Aid topics are covered as well as CPR (level C or HCP) and AED. Successful participants will receive Canadian Red Cross recertification that is valid for 3 years. Note: Some programs and careers may require you to recertify sooner. Fee: $85 + HST 60LC 61LC 62LC 63LC 64LC 65LC 66LC

Mon Thu Fri Wed Fri Mon Wed

Sep17 Sep20 Sep21 Oct10 Nov2 Nov19 Dec5

8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm 8:30am-4:30pm

(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

CPR (LEVEL C OR HCP) & AED (HLTH-9215)

This course is designed to provide CPR lifesaving skills and training based on participant’s background, needs and interest. Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training is also provided with the course. Each participant receives a Red Cross CPR/AED Manual. Fee: $65 + HST 60LC

This Canadian Red Cross course provides comprehensive First Aid & CPR techniques for those who want more knowledge to prepare for and respond to emergencies in the home or workplace. This course is a prerequisite for many of the post-secondary programs offered by Fanshawe College. This course meets the WSIB 1101 First Aid training requirements for workplaces. A variety of topics are covered from basic first aid such as cardiovascular and breathing emergencies, CPR, prevention of disease transmission to more severe sudden medical conditions and injuries to the head and spine. Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training is also provided with the course. Each participant receives a Red Cross First Aid Manual. Successful participants will receive Canadian Red Cross certification that is valid for 3 years. Note: Some programs and careers may require you to recertify sooner. Fee: $125 + HST 65LC 66LC 60LC 61LC

62LC 63LC 64LC 67LC 68LC 69LC

Sat

Dec1

8:30am-2:30pm

(C)

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES Course descriptions available at: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

Health Management HOSPITALITY FACILITY MANAGEMENT (HOSP-1015)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (SFTY-3009)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

= 14 days after first class

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (PHRM-1057)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SANITATION & SAFETY (SANI-1006)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

UNDERSTANDING MEDICAL TESTS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE STAFF (HLTH-1164)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $314.54 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MEDICAL CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (HLTH-1163)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES (OFAD-1011)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

DENTAL TERMINOLOGY (DENT-1044)

(OL)

TERM OFFERED:

(OL)

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I FOR RPN (HLTH-1162) 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL)

(OL)

ETHICAL, LEGAL & SPIRITUAL CONCERNS (BSCI-1204) 50LC

Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Nov30

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB (HLTH-1130)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

COMFORT MEASURES (BSCI-1205) (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

40LC Mon Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6:30-9:30pm (BL) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov26-Dec10 9:30-11:30pm (C)

Fee: $314.54 + TB

(OL)

Palliative Care

BASIC ANATOMY & RELATED TERMINOLOGY (HLTH-1006 OR HLTH-1130)

51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14

STRESS, WELLNESS & NUTRITION (HLTH-1161)

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I FOR RPN (ANAT-1026) 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

NUTRITION IN HEALTH CARE (NUTR-1010) 50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

NUTRITION (NUTR-1019)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION STYLES & PRACTICES (OFAD-1015)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

MEDICAL KEYBOARDING (OFAD-1010)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Fee: $289.30 + TB (HLTH-1006) (OL)

ESSENTIALS IN HEALTH RECORDS MANAGEMENT (OFAD-1012)

Fee: $314.54 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

BEGINNING MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (OFAD-1014)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $280.70 + TB

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION INTERMEDIATE (OFAD-3002)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

ADVANCED MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (OFAD-3001) Sep7-Dec14

INTRO TO NUTRITION (NUTR-1009)

(OL)

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II FOR RPN (ANAT-3004)

Medical Transcription

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

WORKING & COMMUNICATING IN A MEDICAL SETTING (HLTH-1166)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Nursing

Fee: $314.54 + TB

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $280.70 + TB

UNDERSTANDING SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR MEDICAL OFFICE STAFF (HLTH-1165) 50LC

Nutrition

MEDICAL OHIP BILLING (OFAD-1013)

(OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Nov30

(OL)

ORIENTATION TO PALLIATIVE CARE (BSCI-1206)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Nov30

(OL)

PALLIATIVE CARE COMMUNICATIONS (COMM-1115)

Fee: $224.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Nov30

(OL)

PSYCHOLOGICAL & SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS (HLTH-1185)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

PHARMACOLOGY THEORY REVIEW FOR NURSES (PHRM-1060)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Bridging for Internationally Educated Nurses (BIEN) Are you an Internationally Educated Nurse? Do you want to practice nursing in Ontario?

BRIDGING FOR INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED NURSES

The Bridging for Internationally Educated Nurses (BIEN) Certificate program has been designed to integrate your pre-existing skills and knowledge as a nurse into the Canadian nursing culture, language proficiency, and Ontario practice standards required to successfully complete courses, obtain registration and sustain your nursing employment. An individualized program of study will be created for each participant in accordance with CNO Letter of Direction. The BIEN curriculum enables nurses to meet the regulatory requirements of the College of Nurses of Ontario for registration in the general class and eligibility to write the examination for registration as an RN or RPN in the province of Ontario. Graduates required to show proof of English fluency with the College of Nurses of Ontario will satisfy the English fluency requirement.* The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration is funding this initiative to develop accessible, IEN-centred courses that focus on bridging the culture and language gaps many internationally educated nurses face in Ontario. ELIGIBILITY To access this tuition-free individualized program of study, internationally educated nurses must provide: • Letter of Direction from the College of Nurses of Ontario • Eligibility as Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, or Protected Persons • Proof of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) Level 6 or higher

For more information regarding the Letter of Direction, please visit: www.cno.org For an appointment, please contact: bien@fanshawec.ca or 519-667-2392

English fluency requirements *subject to change per College of Nurses of Ontario.

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Bridging for Internationally Educated Nurses (BIEN) MINIMUM CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS: Communication in Nursing Healing & Episodic Health Laboratory Practice 1 Laboratory Practice 2 Nursing in Ontario

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (EASL-9003)

COMM-3045 NRSG-1047 NRSG-1049 NRSG-1050 NRSG-6028 NRSG-1059 NRSG-1060 EASL-9003 HLTH-1146 NRSG-1048 HLTH-1139 PHRM-1040 HLTH-1147

Students must successfully complete required theory courses prior to clinical placement. Placement will take place in London, consolidation hours can be completed in London or surrounding area. Note: For clinical placements students must provide evidence of good health, which will include a medical review, immunization and T.B. test, First Aid and CPR for health care providers, a criminal screen, and a mask fit test. CLINICAL (HLTH-1146) & PRECEPTORSHIP (HLTH-1147)

Clinical placements give you hands-on practice and experience in different healthcare settings. You will learn about the Canadian healthcare system and apply your nursing skills to clinical practice. You will be placed on one or more supervised and preceptored affiliated clinical sites. Sites include acute and long term care facilities. Placement is individualized and based on clinical availability. Note: Please contact bien@fanshawec.ca for further inquiries. COMMUNICATION IN NURSING (COMM-3045)

Designed to help internationally educated nurses strengthen English communication skills! You will demonstrate both theoretical and practical application exercises reflective of communication activities nurses face in the context of the Canadian medical setting. 25LC

Tue

Oct2-Dec18

5:30-9:30pm

(BL)

TERM OFFERED:

40LC

Continuous Intake

(OL)

HEALING & EPISODIC HEALTH CHALLENGES (NRSG-1047)

This course focuses on experiences with health and healing during episodic health challenges with individuals and families. Learners will discuss basic concepts of healing and illness and the impact of medical and surgical interventions. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, health teaching and health promotion will be emphasized as students learn about caring modalities. 25LC

Wed

Oct3-Dec19

5:30-9:30pm

(BL)

HEALTH & TRANSITIONS (NRSG-1048)

This course has a focus on normal developmental transitions across the lifespan including concepts of chronicity, loss grief, end of life care and holistic care. Meanings of health, family and community will be examined as well as the impact that language and culture has on each. The healthy childbearing family and individuals with mental health challenges and illness will be addressed. This course is not being offered during Fall 2012

LABORATORY PRACTICE 1 & 2 (NRSG-1049 & NRSG-1050)

This lab course provides the opportunity to learn assessment techniques and clinical skills in a simulated setting in preparation for clinical practice. Skills taught are correlated to nursing theory. Students will learn the principles and knowledge underlying nursing techniques in order to develop safe and effective nursing practice when planning and carrying out care. Collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving and relevant health teaching will be emphasized. 25LC

Thu

Oct4-Dec20

5:30-9:30pm

(BL)

NURSING IN ONTARIO (NRSG-6028)

This course examines professional nursing from a broader perspective. It provides an introduction to the theoretical and ethical

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

25LC

Mon

Oct1-Dec17

6-9pm

(BL)

NURSING INFORMATICS (HLTH-1139)

Add computer skills necessary for nursing to your resume! This course provides an introduction to the Windows-based operating system, word processing, email, and internet applications. Learn about standards related to data security, privacy and confidentiality, computerized patient monitoring systems and devices, Tele-health, and nursing informatics. 25LC

Mon

Oct1-Dec17

6-9pm

BRIDGING FOR INTERNATIONALLY EDUCATED NURSES

ADDITIONAL COURSES: Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment 1 Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment 2 Every Day & Professional Situations Clinical Health & Transitions Nursing Informatics Pharmacology Preceptorship

The depth of this course includes learning all major areas of the English language: speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary and cultural awareness. Participants can choose topics of interest ranging from interpersonal communication skills for everyday situations to professional interactions such as client/business relations, conducting effective meetings, presentations, business negotiations, policies and business calls. Various levels challenge participants to become more confident and comfortable conversing fluently in the English language.

foundations of nursing and examines current issues challenging the health care system, policy development, trends, and the reform to the delivery of health care in Canada. Legal and ethical concepts are addressed as well as the role and influence of the registered nurse and registered practical nurse with regard to health care policy, political process, leadership and creating change in order to foster client and societal health.

(BL)

NURSING PRE-READINESS ASSESSMENT 1 (NRSG-1059)

This course is designed to help internationally educated nurses assess their nursing knowledge and will facilitate learning of health care practices in Canada. This course will provide you with a foundation of knowledge and support you in nursing theory courses, clinical placement and the licensing exam. Successful completion of this course will allow you to move onto Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment 2. 40LC

Continuous Intake

(OL)

NURSING PRE-READINESS ASSESSMENT 2 (NRSG-1060)

Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment Part 2 will build and expand on the knowledge gained from Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment 1. This course will facilitate learning of health care practices in Canada and provide you with a foundation of knowledge and support you in nursing theory courses, clinical placement and the licensing exam. 40LC

Continuous Intake

(OL)

PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM-1040)

An emphasis is placed on the study of medication, medication administration and drug actions in the human body. The course will focus on nursing assessment, interventions, age-related considerations and patient education for each drug classification. Students will develop critical thinking skills in relation to drug therapy and in certain health conditions. This course is not being offered during Fall 2012

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Fast track your way through these accelerated certificate programs!

FAST TRACK ACCELERATED CAREER TRAINING

Our Accelerated certificate programs are designed to offer you a complete certification for today's workplace in as little as 20 weeks.

INFORMATION SESSION Tuesday, August 14, 2012 5:30-7pm Room A1031 RSVP: ce@fanshawec.ca

FALL 2012

REGISTER TODAY! www.fanshawec.ca/ce

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Computerized Office Essentials Certificate Preparing for a career in an administrative role? This certificate program will provide you with the skills, knowledge and confidence you need to use the most up-to-date computer applications found in offices today. Earn your certificate in 20 weeks! • Start Date: Sep17, 2012 • End Date: Jan31, 2013 • Times: Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1:30pm Fee: $2,076.86 + TB Contact sfennell@fanshawec.ca for futher information. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status COURSES: Windows 7 Level 1 PC Hardware & File Management Computerized Accounting Desktop Publishing & Presentation Outlook Level 1 Integrating MS Office Word Processing With Word Spreadsheets Using Excel Database With Access Keyboarding Skills Customer Service & Office Etiquette

COMP-1428 COMP-1065 COMP-1066 COMP-1068 COMP-1075 COMP-1076 COMP-1246 COMP-1247 COMP-1248 COMP-1359 MGMT-1166


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

ACCELERATED CAREER TRAINING

Health Care Office Assistant Certificate

Personal Support Worker Certificate

Designed to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to function as a clerk/assistant/receptionist in a variety of health care facilities including hospital units, doctor’s offices and clinics. Field placement is optional but highly recommended.

Prepares the Personal Support Worker to work under the direction of a regulated professional to assist individuals and their families during various life stages. PSW’s provide care and support to people living at home and in long-term care facilities. This program meets the Ministry of Health Long Term Care guidelines.

• Start Date: Sep24, 2012 • End Date: Apr4, 2013 • Times: Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1:30pm Fee: $2,582.80 + TB

• Start Date: Sep24, 2012 • End Date: July, 2013 • Times: Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1:30pm & some weekend for clinicals

Contact aferreira@fanshawec.ca for further information.

Fee: $3,448.86 + TB

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status

Contact aferreira@fanshawec.ca for futher information.

HLTH-1006 COMP-1066 COMP-1128 DEVL-1017 COMP-1130 COMP-1378 HLTH-1010 HLTH-1091 HLTH-1007 COMM-1054 OFAD-1006

See pages 88-90 for more course information.

Occupational Health & Safety Certificate Incorporating theory and practical awareness, as well as knowledge and application of the related aspects of Occupational Health & Safety, you will be able to apply the must-know information that is a priority in today’s workplaces. Subjects covered will provide you with a clear interpretation and discussion of the OHSA, and a review of related legislation and other company’s policies & procedures. • Start Date: Sep17, 2012 • End Date: Feb8, 2013 • Times: Mon-Fri, 9:30am-1:30pm

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Applicants must complete the Health Standards Form and the required review including a medical, immunizations, TB test (or chest x-ray) prior to practical portions of the program • Applicants must have a First Aid/CPR Health Care Provider – valid for the period of the clinical and community placements • Applicants are required to provide a copy of a completed Police Record Check and are advised that criminal convictions for which pardons have not been received may not permit students to complete the placement portions of the program Interested applicants please email jhodgson@fanshawec.ca for program orientation package. COMPULSORY COURSES – LEVEL I: Foundations of Personal Support Health & Wellness Human Body Structure & Function PSW Laboratory Practice Self & Others for PSW One General Elective Course – 3 credits COMPULSORY COURSES – LEVEL II: Life Transitions Ongoing Health Challenges Mental Health & Cognitive Impairment PSW Clinical Practicum 1 PSW Clinical Practicum 2 PSW Clinical Consolidation PSW Community Placement

Fee: $1,974.34 + TB Contact sdart@fanshawec.ca for futher information. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status COMPULSORY COURSES: Occupational Health & Safety Legislation Hazard Management Organizational Business Communication Safety Administration Occuational Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene Disability Management

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD with courses from the college and/or university stream • Mature applicants (19+ years of age) with appropriate preparation • Completion of Literacy Testing as administered by the college may be required FAST TRACK ACCELERATED CAREER TRAINING

COMPULSORY COURSES: Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology Computerized Accounting Computerized Billing Field Placement (Optional) Medical Transcription Microsoft Office Essentials Organizational Skills Patient Preparation Processing Physicians Orders Professional Communication Records Maintenance & the Law

HLTH-1092 HLTH-1093 HLTH-1095 HLTH-1096 HLTH-1094

HLTH-1098 HLTH-1099 HLTH-1100 HLTH-3024 HLTH-3025 HLTH-3021 HLTH-3022

See pages 48-49 for more course information. SFTY-6002 SFTY-3004 COMM-6002 SFTY-3003 HLTH-1015 SFTY-3002 SFTY-3005

See pages 18-21 for more course information.

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HUMAN SERVICES

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Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce


HUMAN SERVICES

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Addictions Fundamentals Certificate

This program provides a specific focus on the knowledge, skills and techniques that are recognized as being fundamental to work in the addictions field. It is intended for those individuals wishing to further advance their knowledge in current developments in the field. Delivery is well suited to individuals currently employed or entering employment in an addictions related work environment. Graduates are granted a Certificate in Fundamentals in Addictions. This Certificate serves as the first step towards meeting the advanced requirements of the CACCF. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status BUSI-1074 BSCI-1098 BSCI-1097 BSCI-1094 BSCI-1091 BSCI-1095 BSCI-1092 PHRM-1038 BUSI-1075 BSCI-1096 BSCI-1093

DRUG KNOWLEDGE: ADDICTION & BEHAVIOUR (BSCI-1098)

Learn the skills and techniques essential to helping clients change addiction related behaviours using the Trans Theoretical Model of Change. This model is considered a key component in client treatment and counselling and will also be examined in terms of Motivational Interviewing Techniques. Fee: $131.38 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Nov2

(OL)

FOUNDATIONS IN ADDICTIONS SIGNS & SYMPTOMS (BSCI-1091)

Students will examine models and elements of addiction including the addiction spiral, terminology and theoretical approaches to explaining and understanding addiction. Age,

TERM OFFERED:

environment will be approached through theory and practice, with an emphasis on the role of the counsellor in individual counselling. Students will also be introduced to factors such as age, gender and culture within the individual counselling setting. Fee: $232.90 + TB

40LC

40LC

Sep7-Nov23

(OL)

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (BSCI-1092)

This course examines theoretical foundation in human development, including cognitive, behavioural, self-actualization and other theoretic models. You will discuss developmental stages, relationships, and recent neuroscience research. Attention will be given to issues related to addiction and the processes of human development. Fee: $232.90 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Nov23

(OL)

PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM-1038)

This course will focus on the specific drug families, their general features, and the dynamics of the psychoactive drugs included in each classification. Attention will be given to the commonly identified substance within each of the families (e.g. alcohol, heroin, marijuana) as well as the legal and illicit psychoactive drugs that have appeared in recent years. Included also is detailed information on the pharmacokinetics of the substance in terms of short and long term use, and the effects of drug combinations and withdrawal. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Nov9

(OL)

PROFESSIONAL ETHICS (BUSI-1075)

The course will provide students with an introduction to ethical considerations involved in addictions work as it relates to the profession, their role, and agency affiliations. The course will discuss the legal implications associated with ethical standards and professional conduct. The resources of the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) will be surveyed as part of this course. Fee: $91.90 + TB 40LC

Sep7-Oct5

(OL)

THEORY & PRACTICE OF COUNSELLING (BSCI-1096)

This unit will focus on communication skills and techniques for effective individual counselling. This will include rapport building, paraphrasing and reflecting, effective questioning techniques an introduction to motivational interviewing techniques, effective feedback, listening skills and non-verbal communication. The dynamics of the individual counselling

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

Crisis Intervention (Declaration of Academic Achievement) For professional Counselors who wish to expand their portfolio into the area of crisis intervention. This program provides theoretical training and focuses on the best practices in crisis intervention applications for many settings and populations. COURSES: Crisis Intervention/ Theories/Models Death & Dying Domestic Violence Victimization

BSCI-1029 BSCI-1030 BSCI-1031 BSCI-1032

HUMAN SERVICES

COURSES: Case Management Drug Knowledge: Addictions & Behaviour Change Drug Knowledge: The Continuum of Care Family Counselling Foundations in Addictions: Signs & Symptoms Group Counselling Human Development Pharmacology Professional Ethics Theory & Practice of Counselling Treatment Approaches

gender, ethnicity, culture, and geography will be examined in relation to cycles and forms of addiction. The course will provide students with an introduction to the uses of assessment tools, client communication, interviewing and treatment planning. Fee: $232.90 + TB

DEATH & DYING (BSCI-1030)

The work of the crisis interventionist frequently involves dealing with death and dying notifications. Students will study and Hendricks’ model of death notification, acute grief reactions, notifying children and the elderly of a sudden death (homicide, suicide, accidental), sudden infant death and parental grief, the grieving person’s reactions, what can be done to facilitate mourning, pathological grief, risk factors and, multi-cultural issues. Fee: $258.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (BSCI-1031)

This course provides students with an opportunity to explore many of the issues related to domestic violence. Topics to be studied: Battered Woman Syndrome, Battering Cycle, Victim and Abuser Profiles and immediate and long term effects on Children. Other subjects to be examined are the abuse of pregnant women, women with disabilities, multi-cultural issues and relevant legislation. Fee: $258.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VICTIMIZATION (BSCI-1032)

Students will learn about the emotional impact of victimization. The focus will be on victims of residential break and enter

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HUMAN SERVICES children and trauma, victims of crime such as: those sexually assaulted, elders, and victims of hate crimes. There will be a special emphasis on the secondary victimization of friends, relatives, witnesses, first responders (police, firefighters, and paramedics), health care professionals, childcare and social service workers and the clergy. Fee: $258.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Early Development & Relationships Infant/Toddler Curriculum Professionalism in ECE Best Practices in Early Care & Education Canadian Families: Change & Diversity Field Practicum 3 Field Practicum 4 Child Abuse

ECED-3025 ECED-3020 ECED-3010 ECED-3021 SOCI-3003 ECED-3023 ECED-3024 ECED-3026

SKIN CARE (AEST-1046)

Through supervised hands on practice students will learn the fundamentals of identifying different skin types, perform a skin analysis, and recognize skin conditions and disorders. Diagnose and treat skin issues by choosing proper skincare products and selected machinery. Understand the importance of recommending home care products. Fee: $543.10 + $300 MF + TB 01LC Mon/Wed Sep10-Dec19 6-9pm (BL)

Early Childhood Education Fast Track Diploma Program

NE W

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HUMAN SERVICES

Help young children develop skills that stay with them for life! This program blends theory with hands-on application of theoretical principles delivered through course work and field practicum. Students in this program will develop their knowledge and professional skills in areas such as child development and best practices in early childhood; the early childhood educator's role and responsibilities; the importance of play in children's learning; family involvement and curriculum design and implementation. When the student graduates they will have the knowledge and necessary skills to work with children, families and community in the context of early learning and development programs for children from birth to age 12. The student will be prepared to work in a variety of settings, including child care centres, early learning and parenting centres, Best Start programs, before and after school programs and with school boards. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • An Ontario College diploma in Human Services or a University degree in Social Sciences OR • A combination of relevant education and work experience in a related field as judged by the College to be equivalent to the above COMPULSORY COURSES: Observing Early Development Health Safety & Nutrition in ECE Curriculum Design & Implementation Promoting Pro-social Behaviour Child Development 2 Field Practicum 2 Educational Perspectives

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ICON LEGEND:

ECED-1049 ECED-1005 ECED-1052 ECED-1053 ECED-1054 ECED-1055 ECED-3003

= Certificate Program

THIS PROGRAM WILL BEGIN FALL 2012 Please contact aferreira@fanshawec.ca for acceptance into this program. Courses offered online and in class. Hurry spaces are limited!

Esthetics – Professional Development EYELASH EXTENSION (AEST-9035)

Esthetics Certificate This program is designed to provide students with the necessary skills to become a professional esthetician. Students do not require previous esthetics experience, however it is recommended that the students enjoy personal interaction and are able to work well with clients. This program involves theoretical and practical application. Students will be required to wear a white lab coat. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or mature student status COMPULSORY COURSES: Body Care Introduction to Spa Business Make-up Artistry Professional Manicure/ Spa Manicure Professional Pedicure/ Spa Pedicure Skin Care Waxing

AEST-1045 BUSI-1097 AEST-1043 AEST-1040 AEST-1041 AEST-1046 AEST-1042

PROFESSIONAL BASIC MANICURE/ SPA MANICURE (AEST-1040)

Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the hand and arm, as well sanitization and sterilization procedures. Students will learn how to professionally perform a basic and spa manicure, cuticle care, clipping and filing. The application of hand treatments such as paraffin, exfoliation and mask will also be examined in addiction to polishing techniques such as French and America manicure. Fee: $373.90 + $150 MF + TB 20LC

= Online

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

= In a Day

6-10pm

(BL)

This workshop is intended for anyone interested in learning the art of applying the semi-permanent technique of eyelash extensions. Semi-permanent lashes are intended to last 4-6 weeks in duration. Fee: $115.50 + $50 MF + HST 60LC

Wed

Nov21-Nov28

6-9pm

(C)

Settlement Worker Settlement Workers assist newcomers (immigrants and refugees) to settle into their communities and schools by assisting and providing direct, front-line services of support, information, referrals, advocacy, and orientation for families through the process of Settlement. Many of these families need assistance with housing, employment, legal assistance, clothing and food, language translation or cultural interpretation and social integration as well as education. There is limited available training to people in this field and agencies respond by doing in house training of their staff. Settlement Workers are employed in a variety of employment sectors, including; government, community agencies, libraries, churches and other religious organizations, and schools. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • A diploma or degree from a Human Services relate field OR • 2.5 years of equivalent experience For an application to the program please email wcouturier@fanshawec.ca. COMPULSORY COURSES: Advocacy & Professionalism for Settlement Workers

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

HUMA-1017


HUMAN SERVICES

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Canadian Law, Culture & Integration Case Management & Settlement Counselling, A Family Centered Approach Family/Individual Finances for Newcomers Foundations of Settlement Workers Health & Well-being Information Referral, Family & Individual Support Services for Newcomers Interviewing for Settlement Workers Safety & Life Skills for Newcomers

LAWS-1053 HUMA-1019

FINA-1043 HUMA-1016 HLTH-1160 HUMA-1018

DEVL-1037 SFTY-1045

FOUNDATIONS OF SETTLEMENT WORKERS (HUMA-1016)

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

30LC

Sep14-Nov16

(OL)

MARKETING & BUSINESS B (HUMA-1011)

This course provides a hands-on-study to job development and follow-up for people with disabilities. Fee: $148.30 + $15 MF 30LC

Sep14-Nov16

(OL)

VALUES, DEFINITION & QUALITY ISSUES B (HUMA-1007)

This course explores the values and beliefs behind the Supported Employment and follow-up support for people with disabilities. Fee: $148.30 + $15 MF 30LC

Sep14-Nov16

(OL)

This eight-unit, online program explores the values and beliefs behind Supported Employment, and provides the handson study to career planning, job development, job training and followup support for people with disabilities. Note: Learning packages are available for pick-up in Continuing Education with your registration receipt. HUMA-1008 HUMA-1009 HUMA-1012 HUMA-1013 HUMA-1010 HUMA-1011 HUMA-1006 HUMA-1007

TERM OFFERED:

PART 1 COMPULSORY COURSES: Ethics & HLTH-1167 Professionalism Introduction to Applied HLTH-1121 Behaviour Analysis Introduction to Autism HLTH-1122 Spectrum Disorder Specialized Instructional EDUC-1068 Strategies Working with Families HLTH-1123 & Teams Non-Violent Crisis Prevention Prevention/Intervention (offered on campus) Field Placement 1 PART 2 COMPULSORY COURSES: Behavioral Skill HLTH-1124 Building Parent & Staff EDUC-1069 Training Transition Planning HLTH-1125 & Implementation Treating Challenging HLTH-1126 Behaviours Field Placement 2

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

(OL)

Supported Employment Specialist (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

COURSES: Career Planning A Career Planning B Job Training & Supports A Job Training & Supports B Marketing & Business Development A Marketing & Business Development B Values, Definitions & Quality Issues A Values, Definitions & Quality Issues B

This course provides hands-on-study to job training and follow-up support for people with disabilities. Fee: $148.30 + $15 MF

to provide proof of a successful completion of an approved diploma or degree program in a related discipline: behavioural science, early childhood education, child and youth worker, developmental services worker, social services worker, sociology, psychology, child studies, education.

Autism & Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate The following online courses are facilitated through Ontario Learn and may be used towards Fanshawe’s Autism and Behavioural Sciences Graduate Program. This online program provides students with a firm grounding in the Principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and includes the application of these principles to Intensive Behaviour Intervention practices for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The curriculum teaches graduates about the range of evidence-based practices in autism treatment, the characteristics of the full spectrum of ASD, as well as child development and augmentative communication systems as they relate to the behavioural treatment of individuals with ASD. Graduates will be attractive to employers such as families, school boards, private providers and community agencies that serve individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

In this course, the participant is introduced to the role of the Settlement Worker and their scope of responsibilities. The learner will explore confidentiality & privacy, settlement philosophies of best practices, legalities and role boundaries, case management, conflict resolution, cultural competency, relationship building and the expectations of the settlement worker. Fee: $289.30 + TB

JOB TRAINING & SUPPORTS B (HUMA-1013)

Field Placement can only be fulfilled once all of the preceding courses have been completed. All Field Placements are arranged through Fanshawe’s Field Placement Coordinator and are unpaid. Students must register with PARAMED to fulfill requirements for Field Placement. For additional information, please email ce@fanshawec.ca. BEHAVIOURAL SKILL BUILDING (HLTH-1124)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM (HLTH-1167)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS (HLTH-1121)

Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Prospective students are required

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HUMAN SERVICES

Foundations in Education Intro to Psychology Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics Working Safely in an Educational Setting

INTRO TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (HLTH-1122)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PARENT & STAFF TRAINING (EDUC-1069)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

EARLY DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES I (PSYC-1059) 50LC

Educational Assistant Post Graduate Certificate

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • A diploma or degree from a Human Services field such as ECE, CYW, DSW, SSW, or B.Ed. Please consult the Human Services programming area for an application to the program at wcouturier@fanshawec.ca

REFUND POLICY:

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES II (PSYC-3013)

In the Educational Assistant PostGraduate program, participants develop the knowledge and skills necessary to work with students with special physical, behavioural, sensory or learning needs. This program prepares participants to provide support to students and teachers, implementing teacher-developed programs. Students gain valuable skills and experience in their field placement.

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(OL) (OL) (OL)

Call Human Services to arrange Field Placement 519-452-4430 x4513.

Fee: $348.38 + TB

COMPULSORY COURSES: Classroom Skills Computers in Education Developmental Psychology Educational Assistant: Field Placement Exceptionalities I Exceptionalities II Exceptionalities III

(OL)

EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT: FIELD PLACEMENT (EDUC-1029)

WORKING WITH FAMILIES & TEAMS (HLTH-1123)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1031)

(OL)

TREATING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS (HLTH-1126)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION (COMP-1393)

TRANSITION PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION (HLTH-1125)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

SFTY-1034

CLASSROOM SKILLS (EDUC-1052)

(OL)

SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES (EDUC-1068)

Fee: $449.90 + TB

EDUC-1051 CRIM-1002 COMM-1089

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES III (PSYC-5018)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (EDUC-1051)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-1002)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

EDUC-1052 COMP-1393 PSYC-1031 EDUC-1029

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

PERSONAL & INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS (COMM-1089)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PSYC-1059 PSYC-3013 PSYC-5018

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

WORKING SAFETY IN AN EDUCATIONAL SETTING (SFTY-1034)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EARLY DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • A diploma or degree from a Human Services field such as ECE, CYW, DSW, SSW, or B.Ed. Please consult the Human Services programming area for an application to the program at wcouturier@fanshawec.ca

Infant & Toddler Child Care Certificate This is a program for students who want to learn the essential skills required to implement infant and toddler childcare programs. It will prepare students to understand the child’s needs and develop programs, which promote the child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. This program includes a mentorship to help students gain valuable experience. Note: Students with an ECE Diploma may inquire about equivalency for certain courses. COMPULSORY COURSES: Brain Development & Attachment Community Studies: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Continuum of Development Foundations for Early Years Development & Learning Infant Toddler Development: Theory to Practice Interpersonal Communications & Building Partnerships Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – Infant Care Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – Toddler Child Care Research: Development & Applications Social & Cultural Issues in Infant & Toddler Care

= 14 days after first class

ECED-6002 ECED-6003 ECED-6005 ECED-6001 ECED-6009 COMM-6013 ECED-6015 ECED-6014 ECED-6004 EDUC-6017

= 1 business day before third class


HUMAN SERVICES

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Leadership & Administration Certificate This is a program for students who want to learn the essential skills for leadership in their field. Students interested in the program will hone skills necessary to work in management or supervisory roles. This program includes a mentorship to help students gain valuable experience in management and administration. Note: Students with an ECE Diploma may inquire about equivalency for certain courses. ADMN-6001 ECED-6002 ECED-6003

School Age Setting Certificate

ECED-6005

This program will prepare students to understand the child’s needs and develop programs, which promote the school age child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. This program includes a mentorship to help students gain valuable experience. Note: Students with an ECE Diploma may inquire about equivalency for certain courses.

ECED-6001 COMM-6013 ECED-6011 ECED-6016 ECED-6004 ECED-6010

ECED-6005 EDUC-6008 ECED-6001 COMM-6013 MGMT-3010 ECED-6017

COMM-6002 MGMT-1006 ECED-6004

Preschool Setting Certificate This program will prepare students to understand the child’s needs and develop programs, which promote the preschool child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. This program includes a mentorship to help students gain valuable experience. Note: Students with an ECE Diploma may inquire about equivalency for certain courses. COMPULSORY COURSES: Brain Development & Attachment

ECED-6003

ECED-6002

TERM OFFERED:

Resource Consultant Certificate This program will prepare students to understand the child’s needs and develop programs, which promote the child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development. This program includes a mentorship to help students gain valuable experience. COMPULSORY COURSES: Assessing the Special Needs Child: Theory to Practical Applications Brain Development & Attachment Community Studies: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Continuum of Development Foundations for Early Years Development & Learning Interpersonal Communications & Building Partnerships Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – Resource Consultant Planning for Inclusive Settings Principles of Inclusion (Theory to Practice) Research: Development & Applications Support for Parents in Terms of Their Special Needs Children

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

ECED-6008 ECED-6002 ECED-6003 ECED-6005 ECED-6001

COMPULSORY COURSES: Brain Development & Attachment Community Studies: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Continuum of Development Foundations for Early Years Development & Learning Fundamentals of Recreation & Leisure Activities Interpersonal Communications & Building Partnerships Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – School Age Setting Research: Development & Applications Social Issues

ECED-6012 ECED-6007 ECED-6006 ECED-6004 ECED-6018

ECED-6003 ECED-6005 ECED-6001 RECN-6001 COMM-6013 ECED-6013 ECED-6004 BSCI-6011

FOUNDATIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING (ECED-6001)

A focus on big picture concepts; a broad overview of the knowledge areas and philosophies that come together for a coherent, integrated approach to early years teaching. The course incorporates relevant components from psychology, sociology, biology and learning theory as well as political system concepts underlying government policy and program development. Fee: $255.46 + TB 30LC

COMM-6013

ECED-6002

EARLY DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING POST GRADUATE PROGRAMS

COMPULSORY COURSES: Advocacy, Professionalism & Governance Brain Development & Attachment Community Studies: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Continuum of Development Curriculum Design & Implementation Foundations for Early Years Development & Learning Interpersonal Communications & Building Partnerships Leadership in Organizations Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – Leadership & Administration Organizational Business Communications Principles of HR Management Research: Development & Applications

Community Studies: Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Continuum of Development Foundations for Early Years Development & Learning Interpersonal Communications & Building Partnerships Language & Learning Through Play & Interaction Mentorship: Early Development & Learning – Preschool Setting Research: Development & Applications Social Emotional Foundations of Development & Learning

Sep17-Dec10

(OL)

LANGUAGE & LEARNING THROUGH PLAY (ECED-6011)

This course explores the natural ways in which young children develop language and learn about themselves and their world. It clarifies the role of the early childhood educator in an interactive and play-based program. Educators will learn to use a continuum of development as a basis for identifying planning for and documenting children’s language and cognitive growth, and making provisions for children who need additional support in these areas. Fee: $255.46 + TB 30LC

Sep17-Dec10

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HUMAN SERVICES RESEARCH: DEVELOPMENT & APPLICATIONS (ECED-6004)

This course focuses on research, evaluation and best practices, as it applies to early years and children’s programs. It will focus on terminology and methods and require students to write a paper on a topic of interest where there is a body of research that has been developed. Fee: $255.46 + TB 30LC

Sep17-Dec10

(OL)

SOCIAL ISSUES (BSCI-6011)

Programs for school-aged children before and after school or during holidays requires knowledge of growth and developmental stages but even more so an understanding of the changing world around the child. This course will cover an overview of relevant issues such as the role of technology; the implications of family breakdown; pro-social activities for school-aged children; diversity and sexual issues; and environmental issues. Fee: $255.46 + TB 30LC

Sep17-Dec10

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intervention, including models of service delivery, levels of prevention, current issues, and trends. Key terms and concepts and the roles and responsibilities of the early intervention team will be explored. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Crisis Intervention BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT & CRISIS INTERVENTION (BSCI-1086)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Counselling INTRO TO THE FIELD OF EARLY INTERVENTION (SOCI-1056)

This subject provides the student with a historical overview of the field of early

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ICON LEGEND:

= Certificate Program

6-9pm

(C)

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep17-Nov26

6-9pm

(C)

Early Childhood Education (ECE) Earn credits towards your ECE Diploma.

FUNDAMENTALS OF HUMAN LEARNING (PSYC-1006)

Sep7-Dec14

Sep13-Dec20

This course will examine the theories, principles, and applications of learning and teaching as a means of supporting people who have diverse abilities. Students will develop a variety of teaching plans to facilitate learning in home, educational, community and employment settings. Fee: $373.90 + TB

DOMESTIC & WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (SOCI-1044)

Child & Youth Worker

50LC

Thu

Pre-requisite(s): BSCI-1011

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

This online course provides an overview of how individuals can become addicted to others and relationships. It will examine the personalities of abusers and those who are abused. How individuals with complimentary personality disorders unite and form bonds will be examined. Object Relations Theory and how women and men are unconsciously drawn to abusive partners because of personality disorders caused by childhood abuse or neglect will be the focal point of this course. Students will learn how individuals with co-dependent personalities can become capable of breaking free from the cycle many get caught in. Fee: $356.30 + TB

This course provides a working knowledge of service systems for individuals with developmental disabilities in Ontario. This course will examine different forms of advocacy, interprofessionalism, and abuse of individuals with developmental disabilities. Fee: $289.30 + TB

TEACHING STRATEGIES (BSCI-1023)

(OL)

EARN CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR FANSHAWE COLLEGE DIPLOMA PROGRAM

CO-DEPENDENCY AS AN ADDICTION (HLTH-3026)

COMMUNITY & DEVELOPMENTAL (BSCI-1087)

01LC

(OL)

Addictions

Developmental Service Worker

A Child and Youth Worker is also an educator. Learning must occur before a change in behaviour will be seen. To encourage behavioural changes it is essential to understand how learning is facilitated. The course will be directed towards aiding the student in effective learning and teaching strategies. Fee: $204.70 + TB 20LC

Mon

Sep24-Dec3

6-9pm

(BL)

LIFE SKILLS METHODS FOR GROUPS (BSCI-1004)

This course will explore the Life Skills Methodology for Groups and review the skills and techniques relevant to the lives of children and youth. Particular attention will focus on the social problems and challenges of everyday life experienced by children and youth while applying Life Skills Methodology. Social concerns such as poverty, prejudice and discrimination will be examined. The course will also look at gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and the impact on children and youth such as bullying. Fee: $204.70 + TB 20LC

= Online

Wed

Sep26-Nov28

= In a Day

6-9pm

(BL)

BEST PRACTICE IN EARLY CARE & EDUCATION (ECED-3021)

In this course students analyze the various factors that impact quality in the field of Early Childhood Education. Roles and responsibilities of the varying levels of government, social policy and related legislation and regulations are examined. Leadership in human resources management, the role of the director and program evaluation tools are explored, as means of ensuring quality. In this course, students will have the opportunity to integrate and consolidate theoretical and practical learning while applying their philosophy of Early Childhood Education. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Wed

Sep12-Dec19

6-9pm

(BL)

CANADIAN FAMILIES: CHANGE & DIVERSITY (SOCI-3003)

This course introduces students to several different sociological theories that apply to the family as outlined in the first chapter of the text. The predominant focus will be on change within Canadian families, with particular emphasis on the increasingly diverse nature of families in Canada. Students will be encouraged to recognize both the value and challenges presented by diversity, as well as the changing

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


HUMAN SERVICES

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experiences of children growing up in Canada today. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(BL)

This course provides information regarding the Early Childhood Educator's legal responsibilities in identifying, documenting and reporting suspicions of child abuse and neglect. The course covers types, indicators and causes of child abuse and neglect, as well as preparing students to deal with situations where a child or parent discloses abuse or domestic violence. The role of the Early Childhood Educator and strategies for supporting families and children are also covered. Students will have the opportunity to address personal feelings about child abuse, through course materials and discussions. Fee: $289.30 + TB Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

Pre-requisite(s): ECED-1003, ECED-1049, ECED-1054 & PSYC-1009

This course examines the principles and practices of an inclusive philosophy in early childhood programs. Understanding of special needs typically encountered in the early childhood population, is fostered as it relates to supporting children and their families. Development of inclusive approaches to individual and class wide adaptation is emphasized. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

Wed

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $269.42 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I (ECED-1057) (OL)

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT III (ECED-5009)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep11-Dec18

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

6-9pm

(BL)

(OL)

WELLNESS IN CHILDREN (ECED-1063) Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

WORKING WITH PARENTS (ECED-1064) Pre-requisite(s): ECED-3023, ECED-1053 & SOCI-3003

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

(OL)

6-9pm

Mon

Sep10-Dec17

6-9pm

PHILOSOPHIES OF ECE (ECED-1061)

(OL)

Pre-requisite(s): ECED-1001

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

This course provides the opportunity to analyze the role of the educator in building supportive relationships that respond with sensitivity and respect to all children, enhance emotional and social development, and guide children’s behaviour in ways which facilitate self-esteem and self-control. Fee: $289.30 + TB Tue

Sep13-Nov15

SUPERVISION & ADMINISTRATION (ECE) (ECED-1066)

50LC 52LC

OBSERVING THE YOUNG CHILD (ECED-1065)

20LC

EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EARLY RELATIONS (ECED-1003)

20LC

Thu

Fee: $269.42 + TB

This course will introduce the concepts of bias-free values and respect for diversity, as foundations for effective interpersonal relationships. Through this course, students will assess personal values and beliefs that influence attitudes towards and relationships with children, families and colleagues. Sensitive, effective and supportive communication methods will be identified and practised within the classroom setting. Skills and attitudes required for collaborative professional interactions will be emphasized throughout, as well as an understanding of personal resiliency. Fee: $289.30 + TB

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES (ECE) (COMM-1061)

Sep7-Dec14

20LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (PSYC-1009)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

(BL)

(OL)

Fee: $269.42 + TB

CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (ECED-3034)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

6-9pm

INTRODUCTION TO ECE PRACTICES (ECED-1059)

50LC

50LC

Sep12-Dec19

This course will describe the developmental characteristics and needs of children, aged six to twelve, and will identify guidelines for implementing developmentally appropriate practices in programs for school-age children. Observation methods and tools to evaluate and revise curriculum to reflect children's developmental needs will be included. Fee: $204.70 + TB

EARN CREDITS TOWARDS YOUR FANSHAWE COLLEGE DIPLOMA PROGRAM

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

(OL)

INCLUSION-ISSUES & IMPLEMENTATION (ECED-3018)

50LC

Pre-requisite(s): ECED-1050 or ECED-1049 50LC 52LC

Pre-requisite(s): ECED-1005

Fee: $348.38 + TB

CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (ECED-1056)

SCHOOL AGED CHILD CARE (ECED-3006) Pre-requisite(s): ECED-1052 & ECED-1053

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

CHILD ABUSE: INTERVENTION & PREVENTION (ECED-3026)

40LC

GUIDANCE OF THE YOUNG CHILD (ECED-1058)

Sep7-Dec14

ROLE OF THE PROFESSIONAL IN ECE (ECED-1069) Pre-requisite(s): PSYC-1009

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FAMILY DYNAMICS IN SOCIAL WORK (SOCW-1005)

This course is designed to assist students in understanding the diversity and complexity of families and family issues. By examining the foundations of family studies, students will develop an understanding of the social and cultural family contexts, patterns of partnering and family formation, and couple & family relationships. Family challenges and solutions will also be explored. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Thu

Sep27-Nov29

6-9pm

(C)

GROUP DYNAMICS FOR SSW (SOCW-1001)

Group Dynamics for Social Service Professionals is designed as a themeoriented experiential learning opportunity aimed at a greater self-understanding and knowledge of human behaviours within groups prior to entering Field Experience. This course will enable the student to acquire and demonstrate group-coaching techniques used with clients in social agencies and social welfare programs. Fee: $289.30 + TB 01LC

(BL)

TERM OFFERED:

(OL)

(BL)

Social Service Worker

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

6-9pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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HUMAN SERVICES ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

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BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT & CRISIS INTERVENTION (BSCI-1086)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Course descriptions available at: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

Sep7-Dec14

CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (CRIM-1027)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Law ALCOHOL & GAMING (SRTY-1008)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BORDER SERVICES (PFLP-1018)

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL CODE & CIVIL LAW (CRIM-1030)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INVESTIGATION & SURVEILLANCE (CRIM-1029)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SECURITY PRACTICES (SRTY-1006)

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

The following online courses have been approved by the Health Sciences & Human Services division as equivalent credits for the Police Foundations diploma program. A minimum "C" average is required in order to gain credit for the diploma.

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REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $280.70 + TB (OL) (OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE (CRIM-2002)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATIONS I (COMM-1053)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

INTERVIEWING & INVESTIGATION (CRIM-1017)

Fee: $382.22 + TB (OL)

(OL)

(OL)

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (CRIM-1022)

Fee: $382.22 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES (CRIM-1012)

50LC

50LC

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB

50LC

Fee: $314.54 + TB

Fee: $365.30 + TB

COMMUNITY POLICING I (CRIM-1020)

50LC

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-2001)

INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (SOCI-1022)

COMMUNICATIONS II – LAW ENFORCEMENT (CRIM-1013)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (COMM-1098)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-1002)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI-1030) CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (CRIM-1010)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Police Foundations

50LC

CRIMINOLOGY (CRIM-1006)

COMMUNITY POLICING II (CRIM-1026)

FRAUD INVESTIGATION (PFLP-5001)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

50LC

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

CANADIAN POLITICS (POLI-1007)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES (SRTY-1007)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

Fee: $348.38 + TB

DOMESTIC & WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (SOCI-1044)

(OL)

CRIMINAL CODE & FEDERAL STATUTES (CRIM-1021)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL & CIVIL LAW (CRIM-1015)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

CRIMINAL CODE (CRIM-1016)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 3 days before first class

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

POLICE POWERS I (CRIM-1032)

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

POLICE POWERS II (CRIM-3002) (OL)

= 7 days after first class

Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

= 14 days after first class

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

= 1 business day before third class


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PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL REASONING (CRIM-1004)

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT (SOCI-1060)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES (CRIM-1024)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (CRIM-1019)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

YOUTH IN CONFLICT (CRIM-1018)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HUMANITIES (HUMA-1020)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1045)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY – CRIMINAL MINDS (PSYC-3015)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ETHICS & ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP (SOCI-1054)

Fee: $269.42 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

40LC

Sep24-Nov26

(OL)

INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (SOCI-1022)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (COMM-1098)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $246.86 + TB 50LC

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (CRIM-1022)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CULTS & TERRORISM (SOCI-1041)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 52LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

TERM OFFERED:

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

Working with Dementia Clients CREATING A DEMENTIA CARE SKILL KIT (HLTH-1174)

(OL) (OL) (OL)

DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE (BUSI-1061)

GLOBAL WARMING CONCEPTS (SOSC-1011)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB (OL)

Race Relations

Fee: $365.30 + TB

50LC

Fee: $314.54 + TB

RACISM & DISCRIMINATION (SOCI-1040)

(OL)

CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY – PSYCHOPATHIC MINDS (PSYC-3014)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $382.22 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC

50LC

(OL)

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1080)

ABUSE & FAMILY VIOLENCE (SOCI-1059) 50LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

PERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1081)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

ADDITIONAL ONLINE COURSES

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC

HUMAN RELATIONS (MGMT-1107)

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI-1030)

Psychology

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $204.70 + TB

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

DIVERSITY & FIRST NATIONS (SOCI-3015)

FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE (CRIM-2002)

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-1002)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

HUMAN SERVICES

(OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ENHANCING COMMUNICATION & INTERPERSONAL IN DEMENTIA CARE (COMM-1112)

Fee: $246.86 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXPLORING DEMENTIA CARE (HLTH-1173)

Fee: $246.86 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HEALTHY ADULT AGING (HLTH-1178)

Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DISPUTE RESOLUTION (SOSC-1005)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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IN A DAY

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Accounting QUICKBOOKS LEVEL I (COMP-9524)

Good accounting records are at the very foundation of managing your business. Learn how to perform daily accounting tasks in the General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll. This course is geared towards someone who will do primarily data entry into QuickBooks. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Sat

Sep15

9am-4pm

(C)

QUICKBOOKS LEVEL II (COMP-9565)

60LC

Sat

Sep29

9am-4pm

(C)

SIMPLY ACCOUNTING (COMP-9611)

This is an introduction to accomplishing basic accounting tasks using Simply Accounting. Students will begin with a company file and enter transactions for general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory and managing capital expenses. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Sat

Sep22

9am-4pm

(C)

Adobe CS5/CS6

documents created in other programs, how to import data and save files. You will also learn how to adjust Acrobat files and how Acrobat integrates with other programs. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC

Sat

Nov3

9am-4pm

Sep29

9am-4pm

ADOBE INDESIGN LEVEL I (COMP-9456)

Sat Sat

Oct6 Nov24

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

ADOBE INDESIGN LEVEL II (COMP-9536)

Hone your skills and move your knowledge of Adobe InDesign CS6 to an advanced level. Using the skills learned in Level 1, learn how to create complex documents and work with a variety of palettes and tools to further understand the capabilities of this high-end design application. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC

Sat

Oct20

9am-4pm

(C)

ADOBE ACROBAT (COMP-9461)

This course will teach you how to save your files in PDF format, which is viewable by anyone. You will learn the differences between Adobe Acrobat Reader and Professional. You will use Adobe Professional to create PDF files from

TERM OFFERED:

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP (COMP-9458)

Add new life to your old photos. This course will focus on the basics of photo editing, while also introducing layering, filters, and selections. This workshop will also touch upon some of the basics of

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep15 Oct27

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

Take Photoshop to the next level. You will learn how to digitally improve photographs due to poor colour or damaged photos. You will learn special effects for digital text and photographs. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC

Sat

Nov17

9am-4pm

(C)

(C)

Learn about Adobe’s most versatile design and layout tool. This course will cover the basics of Adobe InDesign – setting up a document, working with templates, adding graphics and saving to PDF’s. If you’ve used Photoshop or Illustrator, you’re going to love InDesign. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC 61LC

Sat Sat

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL II (COMP-9570)

Not just for drawing. This course will cover the basics of text and line work, importing graphics and creating line art. Learn about layering and file formats. You’ll be making eye-catching graphics and designs in no time! Fee: $261 + HST Sat

60LC 61LC

(C)

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR LEVEL I (COMP-9457)

60LC

digital photographs such as file types and resolution. Fee: $261 + HST

IN A DAY

This workshop is designed to teach you how to set up inventory, purchase inventory, receive inventory, inventory reports, bank reconciliation, handling taxes, and HST and PST tracking. This practical hands-on approach will enable you to take advantage of the many features QuickBooks offers. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text)

Now you can … with our Professional Development In a Day.

Communications BUSINESS PRESENTATION SKILLS (BUSI-9095)

This workshop will concentrate on a variety of oral communication situations, including chairing meetings and making presentations to peers and clients. Participants will learn the importance of audience identification, research, and writing for an oral presentation. Opportunities for practicing oral presentations will be given. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Fri

Sep14

9am-4pm

(C)

GRAMMAR & PROOFREADING FOR PROFESSIONAL WRITING (WRIT-9021)

A great refresher or introductory workshop, this session will key in on the basics of good sentence structure, active and passive voices and easy references to use in the workplace. Acquire quick skills in developing an eye for examining paragraph and sentence design for your own work and that of others. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Tue

Oct16

9am-4pm

(C)

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INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (COMM-9143)

NE W

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An interactive workshop that identifies how people of different cultures behave, communicate and interpret the world. Clients, suppliers and co-workers are more international than ever before. Make sure your organization is not only surviving, but thriving in the Global Community. Fee: $277 + HST Wed

Sep26

9am-4pm

(C)

INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS PLANNING (COMM-9103)

Employees today are bombarded with messages from every conceivable source. How can they distinguish important messaging from noise? Learn how to develop an internal communications plan that will support your company’s strategy and reinforce desired cultural characteristics through concepts such as: Communications Research, Diagnosis, Message Encoding, Target Audience Analysis and Channel/ Media Design. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Fri

Oct26

9am-4pm

(C)

IN A DAY

Whether your business meetings are formal or informal, good minutes can save time and energy for all parties involved. Your employer and fellow employees depend on accurate minutes from meetings. Learn essential skills in taking minutes and develop a greater awareness of how to effectively communicate actions, assignments and reports. Fee: $277 + HST Tue

Sep25

9am-4pm

(C)

We've all been there, preparing in our head the dreaded or difficult conversation we know we must have with someone. Although this common type of conflict is inevitable in most human endeavours, deterioration of relationships doesn't have to be. Whether the conversation is with a colleague, a subordinate, or a supervisor there are strategies that can make the discussion go more easily for both sides with benefits to both parties. Fee: $277 + HST Fri

Nov23

9am-4pm

(C)

PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS WRITING (WRIT-9019)

Your written words have more of an impact than anything you say or do. Written correspondence is virtually permanent. From emails, to reports, to letters, your words need to carry credibility and

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Tue

Oct2

9am-4pm

(C)

RFP’S & PROPOSAL WRITING (BUSI-9114)

Companies today are increasingly looking to do business with federal governments, both in Canada and the United States. Learn the basic principles to creating winning bid as well as proposal documents for federal contracts. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Fri

Nov30

9am-4pm

NE W

!

An introductory level understanding of social media is expected before taking this workshop. This workshop is designed to build knowledge in the more advanced uses of social media including: email marketing, website integration and advanced social media analytics. Students may be emailed a small questionnaire prior to the workshop so that the instructor can tailor the session to meet everyone's needs/levels. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Sat

Dec1

9am-4pm

(C)

(C)

Esthetics

Culinary: Food & Drink

EYELASH EXTENSION (AEST-9035)

See Arts & Lifestyle section (page 12).

Digital Marketing

This workshop is intended for anyone interested in learning the art of applying the semi-permanent technique of eyelash extensions. Semi-permanent lashes are intended to last 4-6 weeks in duration. Fee: $115.50 + $50 MF + HST 60LC

Learn how to place an ad in the right hand column of Google’s search pages. This course will introduce you to the basics of Google Ad-Words. You will learn about Google’s Search Engine Response Pages and AdSense network ad placements. This includes the costs involved, how to start your account, create campaigns, run ads, and select your keywords. A free Gmail account is required for you to take part in the "hands on" portion of the class – bring your Gmail username and password with you to class. Fee: $103 + HST

60LC

MANAGING DIFFICULT SITUATIONS (MGMT-9107)

60LC

60LC

SOCIAL MEDIA – THE NEXT STEP (MKTG-9025)

Wed

Nov21-Nov28

6-9pm

(C)

INTRO TO GOOGLE ADWORDS (COMP-9575)

INTRODUCTION TO MINUTE-TAKING (WRIT-9022)

60LC

accuracy. This ‘In A Day’ will explore written communication skills, report writing, email etiquette and briefly touch on minute taking. Fee: $277 + HST

= Certificate Program

Thu

Oct25

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION (INFO-9013)

This workshop is designed to help you get your website more exposure when potential clients use any search engine. Discover tips and techniques to get your website more visible on the net! Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Thu

Sep13

9am-4pm

(C)

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING FOR SMALL BUSINESS (MKTG-9021)

This workshop provides an introduction to social media, emphasizing the impact of new technologies on small businesses. This introductory course is designed to simplify and demonstrate the many new channels of marketing, advertising and communication that make up Social Media and Web 2.0. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

= Online

Sat

Nov3

= In a Day

9am-4pm

(C)

First Aid/CPR For First Aid/CPR, please see the Health Care section (page 53).

Health Care Professionals BLADDER HEALTH (HLTH-9245)

This workshop will explore the process of and factors that affect urination and the assessment of urinary function, including subjective and objective data, and the normal and abnormal characteristics and constituents of urine. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Sep24

6-9pm

(C)

BOWEL HEALTH (HLTH-9244)

This workshop explores the normal and abnormal characteristics and constituents of feces, common elimination problems, and example of nursing and PSW assessment, diagnose and interventions for clients. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Oct29

6-9pm

(C)

COMMUNICATING WITH NON-VERBAL CLIENTS (COMM-9136)

Communication is the process by which information is exchanged between the

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sender and receiver. This includes six aspects: sender, message, method, receiver, feedback, and influences. Non-verbal communication is also referred to as "body language." Students will further enhance and gain knowledge by learning the methods of sending messages without using speech or writing. Fee: $108.50 + HST 60LC

Mon

Oct22

6-9pm

(C)

DIABETES (HLTH-9202)

This workshop is will entail the medical, social and psychological aspects of not only living with the disease, but also helping someone who is. Specific content will cover the diagnosis, complications and treatment as well as the lifestyle changes that a diabetic will incur. Fee: $161.50 + HST 60LC

Sat

Oct13

9am-2pm

(C)

Oct15

6-9pm

(C)

THERAPEUTIC TOUCH LEVEL I (HLTH-9210)

! NE W

Sat

Sep29

9am-6pm

NE

W!

This class reviews the basic principles and expands on the techniques available to the practitioner to enable them to give a full Therapeutic Touch session. Opportunity is given for practice in working with the human energy field, and further instruction is provided to help the practitioner refine their interpretation of the work. Fee: $176.50 + HST Sat

Oct20

9am-6pm

WSIB LEVEL 2 – BENEFITS & REPRESENTATION (MGMT-9121)

!

Participants will learn the significance of legislation (WSIA), regulations and policy, including changes to the legislation and the effects these changes have had on benefits. Fee: $137 + HST 60LC Sat/Sun Oct20-Oct21 9am-4pm (C)

Leadership & Management Strategies

60LC

Wed

Oct10

Wed

Nov14

9am-4pm

(C)

LEADERSHIP COACHING (MGMT-9094)

Thu

Dec6

9am-4pm

(C)

NEGOTIATING SKILLS (BUSI-9135)

9am-4pm

(C)

! NE W

Designed to provide the student with a better understanding of the value business analysis can bring to a project and the basic tools used to bring that value. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Oct18

Learn effective coaching skills to enable you to empower yourself and those around you. Identify and claim your strongest leadership qualities while identifying ineffective language and perspectives from a certified coach. Take away powerful structures and tools you can use right away in the workplace and at home. Come and find your leadership edge! Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

BUSINESS ANALYST ESSENTIALS (BUSI-9161)

9am-4pm

(C)

(C)

BUSINESS SAFETY & SECURITY 101 (SFTY-9035)

Sat

Nov10

9am-4pm

HIRING RIGHT (BUSI-9160)

Human Resources NE W

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Learn the intricacies of the WSIB system, from filing a claim as an employee and as an employer. Special emphasis is placed on

TERM OFFERED:

NE W

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This workshop is designed to assist you in identifying your risks and providing you with real life, practical solutions so you may protect your assets, hard and human in an effective and cost sensitive manner. Learn about assessing the environment around you, identifying the security and life safety protection measures that fit your business and obtain an understanding of what legislation affects you. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

FUNDAMENTALS OF WSIB (MGMT-9093)

NE W

Thu

Not every deal needs to be about price! Learn how to accomplish win/win outcomes that everyone can accept. This session will examine different negotiating techniques and identifying individual needs and motivators to help you position a winning solution. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Wed

Nov7

9am-4pm

(C)

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT (MGMT-9101)

Learn how to develop an effective performance management system for your organization. Special emphasis is placed on the roles of individuals in performance appraisal, employees’ needs and values, and how to make your evaluation message honest and positive. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Wed

Nov21

9am-4pm

(C)

(C)

THERAPEUTIC TOUCH LEVEL II (HLTH-9211)

60LC

60LC

IN A DAY

A method of energy healing with its roots in the nursing profession. It is an introduction to understanding the human energy field, as well as providing the care-giver with a consistent means of support for the healing process. This is the first of three levels of study. Fee: $176.50 + HST 60LC

60LC Sat/Sun Oct13-Oct14 9am-4pm (C)

No quality or characteristic is more important than trust, yet it is the most challenging to build. When it comes to teams, trust is about vulnerability and the key ingredient is courage. In this course you will learn exercises and tools you can take back to the office and try with your teams. Fee: $330 + HST

This workshop will review many different types of feeding tubes and approaches to enteral feeding. Fee: $108.50 + HST Mon

disciplining. Attend this “In a Day” and learn how to identify your top performers. Fee: $277 + HST

BUILDING TRUST IN THE WORKPLACE (BUSI-9157)

ENTERAL TUBE FEEDING FOR PSW’S (HLTH-9236)

60LC

complying with regulations and the claim process. Fee: $137 + HST

(C)

Winter

Spring/Summer

Not sure what to ask prospective employees and you want to ensure you are complying with the law? Hiring employees is a major decision that has long term effects on your business. Learn behavioural based interviewing techniques and how to attract and retain employees in this challenging market. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Tue

Oct23

9am-4pm

(C)

TEAM COACHING (COMM-9131) NE W

!

Top performers can be 90% more productive than their poor performing counterparts. That means more work accomplished in less time and to a higher standard. It means a happier workplace, better quality and more satisfied customers. It also means more time doing and less time

Fall

RECRUITMENT & RETENTION STRATEGIES FOR THE EMPLOYER (BUSI-9099)

Team coaching is the answer! With this workshop learn methods of creating sustainable improvements to relationships and communication. Develop a powerful sense of team spirit which enhances organizational climate, productivity and retention. Fee: $330 + HST 60LC

Tue

Sep18

9am-4pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS (MGMT-9100)

INITIATION OF INTRAVENOUS THERAPY (NRSG-1036)

Learn how to hone and improve your personal and professional time management skills through a variety of exercises, theory and discussion. A great resource for employees looking to increase their productivity and efficiency in the office! Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Fri

Nov2

9am-4pm

(C)

TRAIN THE TRAINER (DEVL-9053)

The importance of training your employees has been proven to increase productivity. Training the trainer is equally important. This 2-day workshop will focus on how to: present in-front of an audience, facilitate content to a diverse audience, design a lesson plan, administer the logistical and equipment details of a workshop, create an interactive workshop utilizing group processes and audio-visual equipment and give constructive feedback. Fee: $523 + HST 60LC

Fri/Sat

Sep21-Sep22

9am-4pm

(C)

Nursing FOOT CARE FOR NURSES – BASIC (NRSG-1046)

IN A DAY

Designed in accordance to the provincial ministry guideline! The purpose of this course is to expand the knowledge and skills of the Registered Nurse and the Registered Practical Nurse in relation to nursing care of the feet. Fee: $297.50 60LC Mon/Tue Sep24-Sep25 9am-4pm (C)

FOOT CARE FOR NURSES – ADVANCED (HLTH-1048) Pre-requisite(s): NRSG-1046

Participate in theory, classroom, lab and clinical sessions to further develop your knowledge in advanced foot care in accordance with the guidelines set by the Ministry of Health. Fee: $528.50 60LC Wed-Fri Sep26-Sep28 9am-4pm (C)

Develop the practical skills of preparing and administering intramuscular injections. Review the mathematics associated with dosage calculations, classifications of medications commonly given intramuscularly, and documentation of these medications. Fee: $145.50 + $30 MF 60LC

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Sep29

9am-4pm

As an added nursing competency and in partnership with London Health Sciences Centre, this course is intended for RN’s and RPN’s. It is recommended that those who enroll will be able to utilize these skills on a regular basis. Completion of the self learning package, 1 hour lab practice is required PRIOR to completing 3 hours of clinical practice. Note: Self learning packages are available for pickup in Continuing Education Room A1037 after course registration. Please bring calendar first day of class to indicate dates available for training. Training will be scheduled for Thursday mornings from 6-9am. Location: University Hospital, Floor 10, Room A10-312 Fee: $277 + $30 MF 60LC

(C)

= 7 days before first class

Tue

Oct2

8-9pm

OSTOMY CARE & MANAGEMENT (HLTH-9229)

This overview of ostomy care and management will explore the role that the health care professional has in assisting the ostomy client and family. This workshop will include learning various techniques and tips used when changing an ostomy appliance, to ensure a secure system and successful wear time for the client. Fee: $145.50 + $15 MF 60LC

Sat

Oct27

9am-4pm

(C)

As an added nursing competency and in partnership with London Health Sciences Centre this course is intended for RN’s and RPN’s. It is recommended that those who enroll will be able to utilize these skills on a regular basis. Completion of the self learning package, 1 hour lab practice is required PRIOR to completing 4 hours of clinical practice. Note: Self learning packages are available for pickup in Continuing Education Room A1037 after course registration. Please bring calendar first day of class to indicate dates available for training. Training will be scheduled for Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8am-12pm. Location: University Hospital, Floor 10, Room A10-312 Fee: $240.25 + $30 MF Tue

Oct2

6:30-7:30pm

WOUND MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION (HLTH-9120)

The focus of this workshop is on the assessment, management and current treatment principles of wound care. This course provides you with demonstration and actual hands-on practice of applying different levels. Fee: $156.50 + $20 MF 60LC

Sat

= 3 days before first class

Oct13

9am-4pm

The focus of this workshop is on wound bed preparation and assessment. You will be provided with demonstration and practice time. Discuss risk factors behind the ideology of pressure ulcers, risk and wound assessment and learn about the barriers to wound healing. Fee: $223 + $20 MF 60LC

Sat

Nov10&Nov24

9am-4pm

(C)

Operating Systems WINDOWS 7 OPERATING SYSTEM (COMP-9576)

Need to get up to speed on how to use Vista? Learn how to use the task bar interface, find and create files, file naming conversations, accessing the streamlined start menu and using Windows Slip and side bars. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC 61LC

Fri Fri

Oct12 Dec7

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

Professional Development Packages ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT’S PACKAGE (BUSI-9121)

VENIPUNCTURE (HLTH-1065)

60LC

IM INJECTIONS – RN’S & RPN’S ONLY (NRSG-9003)

WOUND CARE PART I & II – RN’S & RPN’S ONLY (HLTH-9173)

(C)

= 7 days after first class

This package includes three workshops geared to motivate assistants who are seeking to improve their skills and play a key, productive role in the success of their organizations. Workshops included: Internal Communications, Professional Business Writing and Managing Difficult Situations. By registering for all three workshops you save approximately $75. See individual course for time and detailed description. Fee: $733 + HST 60LC Tue/Fri Oct2/Oct26/Nov23 9am-4pm (C)

E-MARKETING PACKAGE (MKTG-9022)

Maximize your presence on the Internet with this package of valuable workshops. Explore the uses of social media and how it can be used to market your business, how to best position your company and ensure that you are at the top of any client’s web search. Round out your experience with an introduction to new methods of web advertising. Workshops included: Social Media for Small Businesses, Search Engine Optimization and Intro to Google AdWords. See individual course for time and detailed description. Fee: $607 + HST 60LC

Thu Thu Sat

= 14 days after first class

Sep13 Oct25 Nov3

9am-4pm 6:30-9:30pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C) (C)

= 1 business day before third class


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PROFESSIONAL SALES PACKAGE (BUSI-9124)

MS PROJECT ADVANCED (COMP-9510)

This package includes two workshops to enhance your sales techniques in today’s challenging market. Build your presentation skills and enhance your selling strategies. Workshops include: Business Presentation Skills and Value Selling. By registering for both workshops you save approximately $50. See individual course for time and detailed descriptions. Fee: $425 + HST 60LC

Fri/Sat

Sep14/Oct20

9am-4pm

(C)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT PACKAGE (BUSI-9130)

60LC Fri Sep21/Oct5/Nov16 9am-4pm (C)

SUPERVISOR’S PACKAGE (MGMT-9108)

60LC Tue/Wed Oct23/Nov21/Dec4 9am-4pm

Oct19

9am-4pm

(C)

Microsoft Project is a valuable tool for building project schedules. The use of this application takes the hassle of calculating timelines out of your hands and engages users to be on top of the project schedule. Too often though, Microsoft Project is purchased and tried without understanding schedule fundamentals. 'In A Day' you will have a good understanding of the concepts and will have created a simple project to reinforce your learning. It is recommended that participants have knowledge of project management concepts prior to attending. Fee: $270 + HST (includes text) 60LC 61LC

Fri Sat

Oct5 Nov10

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS (BUSI-9107)

There is no substitute for the skill of confidently managing projects in the workplace. Explore steps in the project management process and identify your role as project team members. Whatever you do in your career, this ‘In a Day’ will provide you with an overview that will prove its worth, time and time again. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Fri

Sep21

9am-4pm

(C)

Service Excellence & Marketing

Project Management

Proper execution on a tight deadline requires well thought out estimates of duration and resource requirements to establish an achievable plan of attack. ‘In a Day’ you will learn how to create a project schedule as you work with a team to understand the techniques. Fee: $277 + HST 9am-4pm

(C)

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Wed

Winter

Oct24

9am-4pm

Spring/Summer

Sat

Oct6

9am-4pm

(C)

OVERCOMING CHALLENGES IN SALES (MKTG-9024)

The three biggest challenges in sales today are managing time effectively, gaining margin and "The Close". Each of these topics is addressed in detail in this interactive workshop. You can easily overcome each of these sales hurdles and achieve even greater success. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Sat

Nov17

9am-4pm

(C)

VALUE SELLING (BUSI- 9123)

To be successful in today’s competitive and challenging business environment requires an ability to establish longstanding relationships based on integrity and trust. This workshop delivers powerful selling strategies and techniques that are guaranteed to enhance your sales revenue and profitability and instill confidence in your ability to succeed. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

Sat

Oct20

9am-4pm

(C)

Software Applications ACCESS 2007 (COMP-9500)

This course will introduce you to the world of databases using Access 2007. You will learn how to design and plan a simple database, retrieve information from an existing database using query, select and sort tools, and create and modify a report. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) Fri

Sep14

9am-4pm

(C)

ACCESS 2007 LEVEL II (COMP-9555)

Are you sales management material? A Good sales manager must understand the sales process and what it takes to secure the business. However, it takes much more than that to succeed in today's challenging and competitive business environment. Topics include: the evolution of the sales manager and the many day to day responsibilities. Fee: $277 + HST 60LC

60LC

60LC

EFFECTIVE SALES MANAGEMENT (MKTG-9023)

FUNDAMENTALS OF PROJECT SCHEDULING (BUSI-9101)

Nov16

Fri

Are you a good organizer and enjoy coordinating events both professionally and socially? This one day workshop is open to all learners who have an interest in how to be creative, technical, and logistical in the coordination of successful events. Fee: $277 + HST

IN A DAY

This package includes three workshops to motivate supervisors to attract and retain employees, empower yourself and those around you, as well learning how to develop an effective performance management system for your organization. Workshops included: Recruitment & Retention Strategies for the Employer, Leadership & Coaching as well as Performance Management. By registering for all three workshops you save $75. See individual course for time and detailed description. Fee: $733 + HST

Fri

60LC

MS PROJECT BASICS (COMP-9511)

This package includes three workshops that will help individuals quickly gain knowledge in the fundamentals of project management. Starting with Project Management Fundamentals explore the basics as you advance into Fundamentals of Project Scheduling, and finish off with the practical application using MS Project Basics. By registering in this package, you save $75. See individual courses for times and detailed descriptions. Fee: $733 + HST

60LC

EVENT MANAGEMENT 101 (MKTG-9017)

This workshop offers advanced techniques for increased productivity and success. Focus will be on advanced scheduling techniques, advanced resource planning, and the establishments of an effective project control system. It is recommended that those considering this workshop either first take the Microsoft Project Basics session or be familiar with Microsoft Project and scheduling techniques. Fee: $270 + HST (includes text)

(C)

You will advance your skills in designing advanced queries, forms and reports while making your databases work more efficiently. Security and database tool, macros will also be introduced. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Fri

Sep21

9am-4pm

(C)

ACCESS 2010 (COMP-9605)

This course will introduce you to the world of databases using Access 2010. You will

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learn how to design and plan a simple database, retrieve information from an existing database using query, select and sort tools, and create and modify a report. Fee: $245.50 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Fri

Nov2

9am-4pm

(C)

ACCESS 2010 LEVEL II (COMP-9606)

You will advance your skills in designing advanced queries, forms and reports while making your databases work more efficiently. Macros will also be introduced. Fee: $208 + HST (bring text from Level I, COMP-9605) 60LC

Fri

Nov9

9am-4pm

(C)

EXCEL 2007 (COMP-9501)

New users will learn what a spreadsheet is and how it can make mathematical equations easier using formulas. Learn how to create, edit, save and print simple spreadsheets. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Thu

Oct4

9am-4pm

(C)

EXCEL 2007 LEVEL II (COMP-9556)

IN A DAY

This workshop will show you the more advanced built-in features Excel has to offer. You will be shown Excel’s database capabilities, create templates, calculate advanced formulas, and create and customize charts. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Thu

Oct18

9am-4pm

(C)

EXCEL 2007 LEVEL III (COMP-9557)

This level III workshop will show you some advanced features to work with different types of reports. Learn how to use data tools, prepare online documents, collaborate with others, create/modify PivotTables or Pivot Charts and use the analysis tools. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Fri

Nov16

9am-4pm

(C)

EXCEL 2010 (COMP-9602)

New users will learn what a spreadsheet is and how it can make mathematical equations easier using formulas. Learn how to create, edit, save and print simple spreadsheets. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC 61LC 62LC

Thu Thu Thu

Sep20 Oct11 Nov1

9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C) (C)

EXCEL 2010 LEVEL II (COMP-9603)

This workshop will show you the more advanced built-in features Excel has to offer. You will be shown Excel’s database capabilities, create templates, calculate advanced formulas, and create and

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Web Development & Interest

customize charts. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC 61LC

Fri Fri

Sep28 Oct26

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

DREAMWEAVER LEVEL I (COMP-9475) ! NE W

EXCEL 2011 FOR MAC (COMP-9630)

Learn how to create, edit, save and print simple spreadsheets using Mac. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Sat

Sep15

9am-4pm

(C)

You will learn to create and publish a website using this sophisticated software. Create templates for a consistent look across multiple pages, insert images, add and customize links. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC

Sat

Oct27

9am-4pm

(C)

MS PROJECT ADVANCED (COMP-9510)

See page 74. Fee: $270 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Fri

Oct19

PHOTOSHOP FOR THE WEB (COMP-9614)

9am-4pm

(C)

MS PROJECT BASICS (COMP-9511)

See page 74. Fee: $270 + HST (includes text) 60LC 61LC

Fri Sat

Oct5 Nov10

9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C)

OUTLOOK 2010 (COMP-9609)

This workshop will show you how to send emails, attachments and set up distribution lists. It will also show you all of the other great tools to get you using more than 10% of what Outlook has to offer. Fee: $245.50 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Thu

Nov15

9am-4pm

(C)

POWERPOINT 2010 (COMP-9608)

Gain the necessary skills to create professional looking presentations. This workshop shows students how to create, modify, format, present and print a presentation. Hands-on exercises will enable students to gain practical skills needed to use PowerPoint. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Fri

Oct12

9am-4pm

WORD 2007 (COMP-9503)

Thu

Sep27

9am-4pm

(C)

WORD 2010 (COMP-9607)

Learn how to create and save documents, use templates, and apply styles and other formatting techniques. You will also learn about the advanced features such as: creating tables, inserting pictures/images as well as importing objects. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

= Online

Fri

Nov30

= In a Day

9am-4pm

60LC

Sat

Nov3

9am-4pm

(C)

WORDPRESS & THE WEB INTRODUCTION (COMP-9631)

NE W

Wordpress makes it easy for anybody to post their ideas, pictures, and audio/video on the internet. Wordpress can be used for blogging and also to create static and dynamic websites. This class teaches how to get started quickly with Wordpress and how to install, administer, customize and market their website. Fee: $261 + HST 60LC

Sat

Dec1

9am-4pm

(C)

(C)

Learn how to create and save documents, use templates, and apply styles and other formatting techniques. You will also learn about the advanced features such as: creating tables, inserting pictures/images as well as importing objects. Fee: $234 + HST (includes text) 60LC

Photoshop provides an assortment of editing tools with which to create imagery for the web, mobile, print and video as well as covering a wide range of uses in the web graphics work flow. Learn how to optimize graphics and photographs so they download quickly in a web browser. Also discover the why and how of image slicing and learn practical techniques for designing layouts, backgrounds, navigation bars, and buttons. Fee: $261 + HST

I appreciate the real-life, on-the-job experience that my instructor brings to the teaching at Fanshawe on-line. It means a great deal to me. The administrative staff are also excellent and very helpful and professional. LISA Addictions Fundamentals Certificate

(C)

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

!


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Desktop Publishing (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

ADOBE INDESIGN BASICS (COMP-1437)

KEYBOARDING FOR COMPUTERS (OFAD-1008)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Desktop publishers use computer software to produce publication-ready material such as books, business cards, calendars, magazines, newsletters and newspapers, packaging, slides, and tickets. Graduates find work with newspapers, periodicals, book, and directory publishers. This program will equip you with an appreciation of the printing process through all the printing stages. You will also gain a sound working knowledge of various graphic and layout software programs. Note: It is recommended students take courses in the order listed below however it is not a requirement. COMPULSORY COURSES: Adobe Illustrator COMP-1447 Adobe Photoshop COMP-1417 – Level I Creative Suite for Print COMP-1416 Adobe In-Design OR COMP-1437 Desktop Publishing COMP-6022 COMP-2005 Adobe Acrobat OR Printing Fundamentals DESG-1067

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

50LC

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (COMP-1447)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $280.70 + TB

(OL)

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL I (COMP-1417)

Tue

Oct9-Dec11

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

BUILDING & MAINTAINING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS (MGMT-1194)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

50LC

This online program lets you practice and demonstrate real-world job skills. The ability to use these skills will enable you to adapt to changing office environments and solve business problems. FAST TRACK ALSO AVAILABLE See page 58 for Accelerated Career Training (10LC).

COMPULSORY COURSES: Building & Maintaining Customer Relationships Computers I Intro Intro to MS Outlook 2010 Keyboarding for Computers MS Access MS Excel MS Word Presentations & Desktop Publishing QuickBooks Software Application Integration Windows 7

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REFUND POLICY:

MGMT-1194 COMP-1016 COMP-1145 OFAD-1008 COMP-1022 COMP-1023 COMP-1021 COMP-1154 COMP-1418 COMP-1337 COMP-1436

= 7 days before first class

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep13-Dec20

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

6-9pm

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 3 days before first class

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

SOFTWARE APPLICATION INTEGRATION (COMP-1337)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WINDOWS 7 (COMP-1436)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(BL)

(OL)

Certification Prep Courses A+ CERTIFICATION HARDWARE (COMP-1342)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

INTRO TO OUTLOOK 2010 (COMP-1145)

Fee: $258.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

QUICKBOOKS (COMP-1418)

ENSURING SUCCESSFUL PRINTING RESULTS (DESG-1067)

Fee: $258.70 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS WORD (COMP-1021)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

DESKTOP PUBLISHING (COMP-6022)

Thu

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $315.10 + TB

(OL)

Desktop publishers arrange text, graphics and images to produce effective print communication. Learn how professional graphic designers create attractive, persuasive brochures, ads, posters, and newsletters via computer-assisted design. This course examines the elements and principles of design, the fundamentals of colour, typography and photographic images, and the intricacies of printing technologies and dealing with commercial printers. It includes an introduction to imaging, graphics, and page layout software through Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS EXCEL (COMP-1023)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

50LC

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

PRESENTATIONS & DESKTOP PUBLISHING (COMP-1154)

COMPUTERS 1 – INTRO (COMP-1016)

Computerized Office Essentials Certificate

(OL)

MS ACCESS (COMP-1022)

This course concentrates on the use of the powerful Photoshop software for digital manipulation and the modification of photographic images. Photo retouching will be shown as well as text editing and basic colour correction. Students will be introduced to the software and progressed to intermediate levels of skills and techniques. Whether you are a digital imaging novice or professional, work with software that lets you create without limits and that achieves high quality results. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

A+ CERTIFICATION SOFTWARE (COMP-1343)

Fee: $404.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 1: INTRO TO NETWORKING (INFO-1134)

Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 2: ROUTING (INFO-3088)

Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 3: SWITCHING (INFO-5078)

Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $506.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

NETWORK + 2009 (SYST-1023)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

systems, advanced spreadsheet design, and implementation. Microsoft Office and the Internet are used to create solutions to common business problems. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (BL) Note: Some pre-requisites may apply. Please contact 519-452-4432 for further information.

BUSINESS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP-1090)

An introduction to the use of microcomputers in today’s business environment, you will acquire hands-on experience in using Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office Application Suite 2010. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL)

Oct3-Dec5

6-9pm

Mon

Oct15-Nov12

6-9pm

NE W

!

(C)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMPUTERS 2 – INTRO (COMP-1443)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SYST-3002)

An intermediate course in the use of computer based information systems in management and accounting. Topics include: computer applications in business, concepts of management information

TERM OFFERED:

(OL)

Winter

Spring/Summer

(C)

Tue

Oct9-Dec11

6-9pm

(BL)

01LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (C) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov5-Nov20 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

MICROSOFT OFFICE LEVEL II (COMP-3080)

Tue

Oct16-Dec18

6-9pm

(C)

SOCIAL MEDIA 101 (COMP-9624)

Get up and running quickly and efficiently using all of the Mac's latest features, applications and system preferences. Connect your printer, iPod, digital camera, or other device; discover email and the Internet. For new Macintosh users as well as those familiar with Mac OS 9 or Windows. You will also discover digital music, photography, movies and DVD creation with Apple's iLife

Fall

6-9pm

This course focuses on the Health Care Office environment. You will acquire intermediate skills using a variety of operations found in Microsoft Word and Excel 2010 through hands-on experience and assignments. You will have the opportunity to acquire keyboarding skills using a standard keyboard. Fee: $289.30 + $12 MF + TB

01LC

INTRO TO THE MAC OS & iLIFE (COMP-9417)

Computers

KEYBOARDING ESSENTIALS (COMP-1359)

Progressing from Microsoft Office 2010 Level I, continue practical hands-on applications using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Fee: $204.70 + TB

COMPUTERS 1 – INTRO (COMP-1016)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(C)

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

01LC

Looking for globally recognized certifications? Come to Fanshawe College for your certification exams in Microsoft Academy Professional Certifications (including MCAS), Adobe Certified Associate, Internet & Computing Core Certification (IC3) and more! For more information or to book an exam, please call 519-452-4441.

6-9pm

MICROSOFT OFFICE ESSENTIALS FOR HEALTH CARE (COMP-1378)

Topics: virus scan, scan disk, defrag, installing software, faxing, printing, scanning, creating folders, deleting files, backups, zipping and unzipping, e-mail attachments, management, downloading, cleaning internet files, cookies, scanning photos and photo manipulation. Fee: $111.10

MOS TESTING

Oct15-Nov12

This dual-level keyboarding course is suitable for both beginners and those with some prior keyboarding knowledge. Students new to computers develop an understanding of the keyboard and master the skills of touch typing. All participants develop their skills through drills and exercises provided by a computer keyboarding program. Fee: $120.10 + TB

20LC

(C)

COMPUTERS A STARTING POINT LEVEL II (COMP-9274)

Mon

Get the edge you require to stay competitive in today’s job market by knowing the Microsoft Office Applications. You will be introduced to practical hands-on applications using Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Fee: $335.50 + TB + HST

An excellent beginner computer course! Patient instructors will guide you through the basics of computer hardware and software. Navigate your computer with greater confidence while exploring word processing with Word, spreadsheets with Excel and Internet email. Fee: $195.70 Wed

01LC

MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 LEVEL I (COMP-1374)

(OL) (OL)

COMPUTERS A STARTING POINT (COMP-9247)

01LC

Software. System 10.4 will be used. Fee: $206.20 + $5 MF + HST

01LC Mon Oct15-Nov12 Note: Offered Fall Term only

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 4: WIDE AREA NETWORKS (INFO-3087) 50LC

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

NE W

!

An introduction to a variety of social media tools including Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and MySpace. We will explore the ways these tools are used in everyday life with a focus on what social media is, how social media is leveraged by average users and the security and privacy concerns average users face. Students will interact through social media and become more comfortable with what that entails. Fee: $155.50 + HST 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Oct9

6-9pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Graphic Design

ENSURING SUCCESSFUL PRINTING RESULTS (DESG-1067)

The following online courses represent components of various IT programs. For post-secondary equivalency, please consult your Program Coordinator.

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADOBE INDESIGN BASICS (COMP-1437)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

Thu

Sep13-Dec20

6-9pm

Management Skills for IT Professionals Certificate Please see page 22.

Sep7-Dec14

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL I (COMP-1417)

01LC

50LC

6:30-9:30pm

(C)

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL II (COMP-1171)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

(OL)

DEVELOPING A GRAPHIC DESIGN PORTFOLIO (DESG-1068)

Fee: $343.30 + TB 50LC

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ICON LEGEND:

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Programming INTRO TO C# PROGRAMMING (COMP-1344)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

JAVASCRIPT (COMP-1190)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

= Online

= In a Day

(OL)

VISUAL C++ INTRO (COMP-1445)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VISUAL C++ – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-1052) 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

XML – INTRO (COMP-1444) Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Gain comprehensive understanding of Microsoft Excel 2010. Make better decisions quickly with easy-to-analyze spreadsheets. Microsoft Excel is the worldwide standard for business analysis, bringing clarity and insight to the numbers that shape your world. With Excel 2010 a good thing gets even better, with new, at-a-glance visual tools, easier ways to publish and share your work and the ability to access your spreadsheets from practically anywhere. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL)

(OL) (OL)

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM SOFTWARE – ARCVIEW (INFO-1158)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (INFO-1157)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MS ACCESS (COMP-1022)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

(OL)

= Certificate Program

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

JAVA INTERMEDIATE (COMP-1199)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

EXCEL SPREADSHEETS (COMP-1362)

JAVA INTRO (COMP-1152)

DESIGN BASICS (COMP-1438)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $337.10 + TB

BASIC QUARK XPRESS (COMP-1439)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL)

Software Applications

WINDOWS 7 (COMP-1436)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

Oct9-Dec11

50LC

50LC

Operating Systems

(OL)

This course concentrates on the use of the powerful Photoshop software for digital manipulation and the modification of photographic images. Photo retouching will be shown as well as text editing and basic colour correction. Students will be introduced to the software and progressed to intermediate levels of skills and techniques. Whether you are a digital imaging novice or professional, work with software that lets you create without limits and that achieves high quality results. Fee: $204.70 + TB Tue

(C)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

Fee: $427.34 + TB

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL I (COMP-1146) 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

VISUAL BASIC – INTRO (COMP-1452)

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

GRAPHIC DESIGN (COMP-1304)

01LC

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (COMP-1447) 50LC

Fee: $258.70 + TB

VISUAL BASIC – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-3062)

This fast paced course offers a wide set of skills for the computer graphic newcomer. Effective design theory will be combined with Adobe software version CS6 (Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign). Discover digital illustration, improving photographs, dynamic page layout and efficient image editing. Fee: $289.30 + TB

ADVANCED DESIGN PRINCIPLES (COMP-5060) 50LC

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

MS WORD (COMP-1021)

MS ACCESS – ADVANCED (COMP-1050)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

50LC (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CREATING WEB PAGES WITH HTML 2 (COMP-1053)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Fee: $315.10 + TB

Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

DATABASE DESIGN FOR INFORMATION WORKERS (INFO-1159)

(OL)

Fee: $229.94 + TB 50LC

Web Design

01LC

Thu

Oct4-Dec6

6-9pm

(C)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Fee: $280.70 + TB NE W

01LC

Tue

Oct2-Dec4

6-9pm

(C)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

!

Learn the advanced features in Dreamweaver such as creating and customizing style sheets, forms, behaviours and widgets. We will touch on using Dreamweaver with Wordpress and other Content Management Systems, dynamic pages and databases and explore Dreamweaver's HTML5/CSS3 support and features. Fee: $369.50 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

DREAMWEAVER – INTRO (COMP-1148) 50LC

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER LEVEL II (COMP-1193)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Learn how to plan your website, create and edit content, add interactivity, and publish your site using Adobe Dreamweaver tools. Fee: $369.50 + TB

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

DEVELOPING WEB APPLICATIONS WITH ASP.NET & C# (COMP-1446)

ADOBE DREAMWEAVER LEVEL I (COMP-1451)

MS POWERPOINT (COMP-1024)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

DREAMWEAVER – ADVANCED (COMP-5058)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

PRESENTATIONS & DESKTOP PUBLISHING (COMP-1154)

MS OFFICE – 2007/2010 (COMP-1442)

Fee: $348.38 + TB

Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS WORD – ADVANCED (COMP-1049)

MS EXCEL FORMULAS (COMP-5059)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

Fee: $280.70 + TB

MS EXCEL – ADVANCED (COMP-1051)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

CREATING WEB PAGES WITH HTML 1 (COMP-1140)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

MS EXCEL (COMP-1023)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

(OL)

DYNAMIC WEB SITES WITH AMP (COMP-1450)

Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FLASH – INTRO (COMP-1147)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

ONLINE WORKSHOPS

50LC

The following workshops are available for registration at any point between Sep10 and Dec21, 2012. Once registered, students will have access to the workshop for 90 days. For additional course information, please visit: www.fanshawec.ca/inaday

 

If you do not see the course you are looking for please contact us at: 519-452-4441 Students must already have applicable software.

TERM OFFERED:

         

Fall

 

A+ Certification 2009 Crystal Reports XI Dreamweaver CS5 for Mac & Pc Flash CS5 for Mac & Pc Premiere CS5 MS Access 2003 & 2007 MS Excel 2003, 2007 & 2010 MS Word 2003, 2007 & 2010 Introduction to SharePoint SQL Server 2008 Designing, Optimizing & Maintaining a Database SQL Server 2008 Implementation & Maintenance Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration Windows Server 2008 Administrator Quickbooks

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FLASH – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-3061)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HTML LEVEL I – WEB PROGRAMMING (COMP-1157)

Students will learn the basics of how to create dynamic web pages using HTML, HTML 5, Java Script, and Cascading Style Sheets. Fee: $120.10 + TB 01LC

Tue

Oct16-Nov13

6-9pm

(C)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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LANGUAGES

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Course descriptions available on pages 104-131 or visit: www.fanshawec.ca/ce


519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

LANGUAGE TRAINING ONLINE As the world gets smaller, a key strategic asset has become language proficiency. When preparing today’s learner for the challenges of the world they will lead tomorrow, the following courses are an essential part of the learning equation. Learn how to best interact globally in order to avoid misunderstandings. Each language program delivers cultural texts, workshops – a robust, multi-sensory learning experience. Major areas of language learning include: speaking, comprehension, reading and writing – leading to better language skills and higher retention rates. Offering the latest in language learning technology, the courses are designed to engage students in a fully interactive environment, fostering language mastery.

Note: Each non-credit, special interest online course is 4 months in length, from the date of license activation, and nonrefundable. Licenses must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required. COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS: • Windows 98/2000/NT/XP/2003 • High Speed Internet connection (at least 128kb/s) • Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher • Netscape 6.2 or higher • Flash 6.0 or higher • Processor: Pentium-class or higher • RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended) • 16-bit sound card • Mouse • Speaker and microphone or headset • PC only (no Macs)

TERM OFFERED:

contract writing, conducting meetings and business letters. Fee: $299 + HST

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (DUTC-9004)

40LC

This course challenges participants to build new Dutch speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills through an interactive and engaging online experience. Fee: $299 + HST 40LC

Continuous Intake

(OL)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required.

Continuous Intake

(OL)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required. FRENCH 1 (FREN-1004)

Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

FRENCH 2 (FREN-3004)

Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB

English as a Second Language (ESL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (EASL-9003)

The depth of this course includes learning all major areas of the English language: speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary and cultural awareness. Participants can choose topics of interest ranging from interpersonal communication skills for everyday situations to professional interactions such as client/business relations, conducting effective meetings, presentations, business negotiations, policies and business calls. Various levels challenge participants to become more confident and comfortable conversing fluently in the English language. Fee: $299 + HST 40LC

Continuous Intake

(OL)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required.

French

This interactive language course lays a foundation for focusing on basic French language principles while using real-world scenarios and phrases to build on new speaking, comprehension, reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar skills. Participants are immersed in everyday situations and progress to the business aspects of the French language covering topics such as formal and legal business interactions,

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

FRENCH 3 (FREN-5002)

Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRENCH 4 (FREN-5003)

Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRENCH 5 (FREN-5004)

Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

German EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (GRMN-9009)

This course focuses on building German language skills to increase fluency and cultural awareness for everyday and professional purposes. Fee: $299 + HST 40LC

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (FREN-9013)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

LANGUAGE TRAINING

COURSE OVERVIEW: Combining the proven methodology of the communicative approach with state-of-the-art-technology, the following courses will teach you to speak a variety of languages in the same environment you learned your native language. With full language immersion, the courses will keep you engaged and learning faster than you could imagine. As part of the program, the first step is to take a placement test which provides direct feedback allowing the participant to select and commence with the appropriate level of language study – beginner, intermediate or advanced.

Dutch

LANGUAGES

Continuous Intake

(OL)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required.

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Italian

pronunciation skills so that they may obtain employment, advance professionally or pursue further studies. The course focuses on business writing, professional etiquette, presentation skills and workplace skills development. Fee: $543.10 + HST

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (ITAL-9005)

Participants with very little previous Italian language exposure can build new vocabulary, grammar and communication skills in a real-world context and progress to obtain more complicated grammar rules and sentence structures for everyday and professional situations. Fee: $299 + HST 40LC

Continuous Intake

01LC

(OL)

90LC

Oct11-Nov29

6-9pm

(C)

Continuous Intake

(OL)

This non-credit special-interest course is designed for immigrant professionals to master English sounds, confidently use professional vocabulary, and speak English clearly. Fee: $576.94 + HST

Thu

Oct18-Dec6

7-10pm

(C)

American Sign Language

(C)

01LC

Thu

Oct11-Nov29

6-9pm

(C)

NE W

!

Mon

Oct15-Dec3

6-9pm

(C)

SPANISH – THE BASICS (SPAN-9008)

(C)

ESL FOR THE WORKPLACE (EASL 0002)

= 7 days before first class

Intended for those with little or no previous knowledge of the language. The emphasis of the course is on speaking the language, developing listening comprehension and response in given situations by use of vocabulary centred around practical situations encountered at home, in a family, in business and travel. Fee: $219 + $5 MF + HST

01LC

The purpose of this course is to help foreign trained individuals develop their speaking, writing, reading, comprehension and

REFUND POLICY:

6-9pm

This course serves as a virtual in-class tour through Italy, making pit stops along the way to examine the culture, traditions, and civilizations particular to certain Italian regions and cities. Various Italian cultural and socio-political milestones are explored in relation to the realms of politics, human rights, history, art, music, cinema, geography, sports, and gastronomy. Specific topics include (but are not limited to): the educational system in Italy; the history of the Italian language; and North Americanism in Italy. Knowledge of the Italian language is not required. Fee: $219 + $5 MF + HST

ACCENT REDUCTION FOR PROFESSIONALS (EASL-9002)

6-9pm

Sep4-Dec4

!

This course is intended for individuals that have basic or no knowledge of the Spanish language who would like to develop the confidence to be a more adventurous on their next holiday. Learn how to communicate, process and comprehend basic information and facts by using grammar, vocabulary and cultural skills while gaining a better understanding of the social, historical and geographical perspective of some of the Latin American countries through their art, gastronomy and customs. Learn how to make a holiday an interesting and less stressful experience. Fee: $219 + $5 MF + HST 01LC

ITALIAN CULTURE & TRAVEL (ITAL-9009)

LANGUAGE TRAINING IN-CLASS

Sep6-Dec20

Tue

NE W

ITALIAN THE BASICS (ITAL-9001)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required.

LANGUAGE TRAINING

Thu

See page 40 for description. Fee: $289.30 + TB

This course exposes participants to the Spanish language and focuses on basic language principles to advanced communication skills for everyday and professional situations. Each level of learning is designed to help participants become fully proficient in the target language. Fee: $299 + HST

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HISPANIC CULTURE & LANGUAGE (SPAN-1004)

EVERY DAY & PROFESSIONAL SITUATIONS (SPAN-9022)

Thu

6-9pm

For beginner students who want to gain a basic knowledge of the Dutch language. The main goal is vocabulary building, basic phonetics and understanding the language. Fee: $219 + $5 MF + HST 01LC

Spanish

01LC

Sep11-Dec18

DUTCH BASICS (DUTC-9003)

Note: Each non-credit, special interest course is 4 months in length, from the date of licence activation and non-refundable. Licences must be obtained from the Continuing Education Office (A1037). Proof of registration is required.

40LC

Tue

SPANISH HOLIDAY SURVIVAL GUIDE (SPAN-9027)

This course is intended for beginner students who want to gain basic knowledge of the Spanish language. Build your vocabulary and gain an understanding of the base of the language to help you in your business or travels. Fee: $219 + $5 MF + HST 01LC

Tue

Oct16-Dec4

= 3 days before first class

7-10pm

(C)

= 7 days after first class

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASL 101 (COMM-1084)

NE W

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This introductory course is designed for the student with no previous knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL) or with basic communicative competencies. Students learn to handle basic everyday communication, exchanging information, identifying others and giving simple directions. Topics centre on personal information, immediate environment and work environment. Grammar is introduced in context with an emphasis on developing question and answer skills. Cultural notes and videotapes provide information on Deaf Culture and Deaf Community. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC 02LC

Thu Thu

Sep27-Nov29 Sep27-Nov29

6-9pm 6-9pm

(C) (C)

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASL 102 (COMM-1085)

The purpose of the second course in American Sign Language is to further the student's abilities in refining the skills learned/retained in ASL 101. The student learns to handle talking about activities, time concepts, asking for repetition, giving directions, describing other, and making requests. Grammar is introduced in context with an emphasis on using question and answer skill, directions, and descriptions (see checklist). Cultural notes and videotapes provide information on deaf culture and deaf community. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Mon

= 14 days after first class

Sep24-Dec3

6-9pm

(C)

= 1 business day before third class


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AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ASL 103 (COMM-1086)

This course will enable students to complete the book/video text of Level 1. Students will be able to rehearse conversation strategies for getting attention, asking for clarification, and correcting information to minimize misunderstandings. Talking about family and occupations, attributing qualities to others, and talking about routines will be the major topics. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Tue

Sep25-Nov27

6-9pm

(C)

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 201 (COMM-3033)

The purpose of this first course of Level 2 in American Sign Language is to further the student's abilities by refining the skills learned and retained from ASL 103. The student will learn to handle conversations regarding locating things around the house, complaining, making suggestions and requests, and exchanging personal information about life events. While Level 1 introduced language concepts related to people, places, and things within one's immediate environment, Level 2 will encourage students to talk about people in a more abstract way and to discuss an environment outside the classroom (e.g. at home or other parts of the country). Students also learn to narrate events that occurred in the past as opposed to telling what is happening currently. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Wed

Sep26-Nov28

6-9pm

(C)

BRAILLE LEVEL 1 (COMM-1107)

Fee: $213.02 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 2 (COMM-3061)

Fee: $263.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 3 (COMM-5017)

Fee: $263.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 4 (COMM-5018)

Fee: $263.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

As an IELTS Information Centre, Fanshawe College is pleased to offer a series of IELTS workshops to prepare prospective IELTS candidates for the examination. The workshops are designed to prepare students for the IELTS test by targeting the basic language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking in order for candidates to achieve scores needed for citizenship, college, and university applications. Register today and boost your scores on an upcoming test! IELTS OVERVIEW WORKSHOP (EASL-9012)

This 5 hour workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the IELTS exam – both the general and academic version. Within the workshop, sample reading, writing, listening and speaking tasks will be practiced, tips for success will be reviewed and questions will be answered. Fee: $82.90 + HST 01GC

Thu

Nov15

4:30-9:30pm

This 3 hour workshop targets the listening component of the IELTS examination. Students will be given an in-depth review of the different text and task types covered in the listening section of the exam. Participants will also complete authentic practice activities in order to identify areas needing improvement and further practice. Tips and strategies for success within the listening section will be provided. This workshop will meet the needs of both Academic and General IELTS examination candidates as the listening and speaking sections do not change based on the exam format. Fee: $60.34 + HST 01GC

This 3 hour workshop will allow participants to complete a practice examination similar in nature to the official IELTS exam. Students will receive feedback on their strengths and weaknesses allowing participants to determine their readiness for the official exam. Basic speaking feedback will be provided immediately; however, more targeted speaking and writing feedback will be provided to participants within one week of the workshop via email. Fee: $60.34 + HST 01GC

Mon

Nov12

4:30-7:30pm

IELTS LISTENING & SPEAKING WORKSHOP (EASL-9013)

Fall

Wed

Winter

Nov14

4:30-9:30pm

Spring/Summer

Nov7

4:30-7:30pm

This 3 hour workshop targets the speaking/interview component of the IELTS examination. The workshop will review the three parts to the IELTS speaking section in detail. Interview tips and strategies will be provided as students complete realistic tasks individually and in small groups. This workshop will meet the needs of both Academic and General IELTS examination candidates as the listening and speaking sections do not change based on the exam format. Fee: $60.34 + HST Mon

Nov5

4:30-7:30pm

IELTS ACADEMIC READING WORKSHOP (EASL-9016)

This 3 hour workshop targets the reading component of the IELTS examination. Students will be given an in-depth review of the different text and task types covered in the reading section of the exam. Participants will also complete authentic practice activities in order to identify areas needing improvement and further practice. Tips and strategies for success within the reading section will be provided. Note: This workshop is focused on the needs of Academic IELTS examination candidates. Fee: $60.34 + HST 01GC

This is a targeted 5 hour workshop focusing on developing participants listening and speaking skills as they relate to the IELTS examination. Students will review the different task types covered in these two sections through sample questions and authentic practice. This workshop will meet the needs of both Academic and General IELTS examination candidates as the listening and speaking sections do not change based on the exam format. Fee: $82.90 + HST

Wed

IELTS SPEAKING WORKSHOP (EASL-9015)

01GC

IELTS PRACTICE EXAMINATION WORKSHOP (EASL-9011)

01GC

TERM OFFERED:

IELTS LISTENING WORKSHOP (EASL-9014)

! NE W

Thu

Nov8

LANGUAGE TRAINING

Braille

INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH LANGUAGE TESTING SYSTEM (IELTS) WORKSHOPS

LANGUAGES

4:30-7:30pm

IELTS ACADEMIC WRITING WORKSHOP (EASL-9017)

This 3 hour workshop targets the writing component of the IELTS examination. Students will be given an in-depth review of the two task types covered in the writing section of the exam. Participants will receive guidance on the wording and structural expectations for the two writing tasks. Students will have an opportunity to submit a practice response for both tasks. Feedback will be provided by email

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within one week of the workshop. Note: This workshop is focused on the needs of Academic IELTS examination candidates. Fee: $60.34 + HST 01GC

Tue

Nov6

4:30-7:30pm

IELTS GENERAL TEST READING & WRITING WORKSHOP (EASL-9018)

This is a targeted 5 hour workshop focusing on developing participants reading and writing skills as they relate to the general IELTS examination. Students will review the different text and task types covered in the reading section through sample questions and authentic practice. Students will also be provided with tips and strategies to assist with the two writing tasks on the general exam. Students will have an opportunity to submit a practice response for both writing tasks. Writing feedback will be provided by email within one week of the workshop. Note: This workshop is focused on the needs of General IELTS examination candidates. Fee: $82.90 + HST Tue

Nov13

4:30-9:30pm

LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS

01GC

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ICON LEGEND:

= Certificate Program

= Online

= In a Day

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


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LANGUAGES

OCCUPATION SPECIFIC LANGUAGE TRAINING

Are you new to Canada?

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • Participants must be CIC eligible as Permanent Residents or Protected Persons • Language assessment by an approved CIC assessor in the range of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 6-8

Want to improve your workplace communication skills? Free occupation-specific language training courses will teach you the language and workplace culture skills required to communicate effectively in your job. Gain the communication skills you need to build a successful career in your field.

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS FOR BUSINESS (EASL-1011)

This course focuses on the language and socio-cultural communication requirements of entrepreneurs and sales and marketing occupations. Sector background knowledge and culture relevant to the workplace context in Ontario are explicitly addressed in communication practice tasks. 01GC Mon/Wed/Fri 01GC Mon/Wed/Fri Time: 9:30am-12:30pm

Sep17-Dec14 Jan2-Mar29

There is an urgent and growing need for occupation-specific language training in Ontario. Citizenship & Immigration Canada is funding a major initiative to develop accessible, client-centred, workplace Occupation Specific Language Training (OSLT) for Internationally Trained Individuals with courses specializing in the Accounting, Technology, Health and Business sectors.

(C) (C)

These courses integrate the linguistic, occupational and sociocultural aspects of occupation-specific language training for immigrants into curriculum for each sector. Canadian Language Benchmarks will be used to anchor the curriculum in common descriptors of language proficiency.

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS FOR HEALTH SCIENCES (EASL-1012)

This course focuses on the language and socio-cultural communication requirements of dental hygienists, medical radiation technologists, nurses, personal support workers, and sleep technologists at the mid- to high-intermediate level (CLB 6 to 8). Sector background knowledge and culture relevant to the health services workplace context in Ontario are explicitly addressed in communication practice tasks. Sep17-Dec14

(C)

ELIGIBILITY To access free language training: • Participants must be CIC eligible as Permanent Residents or Protected Persons • Language assessment by an approved CIC assessor in the range of Canadian Language Benchmark (CLB) of 6-8

WORKPLACE COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS FOR TECHNOLOGY (EASL-1013)

Coming Jan 2013. 01GC

Mon/Wed/Fri

Jan2-Mar29

LANGUAGE WORKSHOPS

01GC Mon/Wed/Fri Time: 12:30-3:30pm

The OSLT curriculum covers the essential components of becoming eligible for finding and retaining employment in an occupation or sector. This includes the language required to work in or undertake training for an occupation, the context of communication in workplaces in Ontario, a review of Canadian workplace legislation, and job search techniques appropriate to the industry or occupation.

(C)

Note: Students must write a Canadian Language Benchmark Assessment (CLBA) at the London Cross Cultural Learner Centre prior to the class start.

To register, email oslt@fanshawec.ca or phone 519-667-2392

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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Health Care Office Assistant Certificate Designed to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to function as a clerk/assistant/receptionist in a variety of health care facilities including hospital units, doctor’s offices and clinics. Field placement is optional but highly recommended. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD or Mature Student status COMPULSORY COURSES: Basic Anatomy & Related Terminology Computerized Accounting Computerized Billing Field Placement (Optional) Medical Transcription Microsoft Office Essentials Organizational Skills Patient Preparation Processing Physicians Orders Professional Communication Records Maintenance & the Law

HLTH-1006

COMP-1128 DEVL-1017 COMP-1130 COMP-1378 HLTH-1010 HLTH-1091 HLTH-1007 COMM-1054 OFAD-1006

MGMT-3010 COMM-6002 ACCT-1004 MGMT-1006

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 2 of the following)

Compensation & Benefits Economics I Labour Relations Training & Development

MGMT-1031 ECON-1002 MGMT-1018 MGMT-1014

Designed to assist individuals in health care to acquire and upgrade their business, management and computer knowledge. This program aims to enrich the health care worker both professionally and academically with additional tools for their career goals. COMP-1090 LAWS-1014

TERM OFFERED:

Office Administration Certificate Designed to upgrade your knowledge and skills in the office administration field, this online program allows students to enter this field of work (from a related or unrelated field) to study specific areas of office administrative work including supervision and word processing and to prepare for positions of greater responsibility in office administration. COMPULSORY COURSES: Business Microcomputer Application Office Technology & Procedures Organizational Business Communication Principles of Accounting I

COMP-1090 OFAD-1005 COMM-6002 ACCT-1004

ELECTIVE COURSES:

(Select 3 of the following)

Applied Simply Accounting Internet Essentials MS Access MS Excel MS Powerpoint MS Word Principles of HR Management Windows 7

ACCT-1072 COMP-1008 COMP-1022 COMP-1023 COMP-1024 COMP-1021 MGMT-1006 COMP-1436

APPLIED SIMPLY ACCOUNTING FOR WINDOWS (ACCT-1072) Pre-requisite(s): ACCT-1004 & COMP-1090

This course teaches the fundamentals of Simply Accounting to enable the student to use and set up the software in the workplace. Fee: $272.38 + TB 40LC

Fall

Sep10-Dec10

Winter

Spring/Summer

BASIC ANATOMY & RELATED TERMINOLOGY (HLTH-1006)

This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and functions of the human body and the related terminology used to describe body parts, structure, and function. Related terminology will also include general or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and abbreviations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Mon Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 20LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6:30-9:30pm (BL) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov26-Dec10 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

BUSINESS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS (COMP-1090)

This course is an introduction to the use of microcomputers in today’s business environment. You will acquire hands on experience in using Windows operating system as well as the Microsoft Office Application Suite- 2010. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC 41LC

Sep10-Dec17 Oct10-Jan23

(OL) (OL)

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS (MGMT-1031) Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

Understand the process, issues and techniques involved in administering a compensation system. This course will enable you to understand the compensation design system and its relation with the organizational management process. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING (COMP-1066)

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

DENT-1040

Health Services Management & Administration Certificate

COMPULSORY COURSES: Business Microcomputer Applications Introduction to Health Care Law

Leadership in Organizations Organizational Business Communication Principles of Accounting I Principles of HR Management

COMP-1066

Professional Development for Health Care COURSE: Dental Anatomy & Physiology

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

This introductory course consists of accounting basics and accounting principles, and hands-on practice using Simply Accounting for Windows. Set up accounts payable, accounts receivable, and general ledger. Fee: $317.50 + TB 20LC

Wed

Sep20-Dec12

6-10pm

(BL)

COMPUTERIZED BILLING (COMP-1128) Pre-requisite(s): COMP-1378 or equivalent

You will learn the fundamentals of computerized medical billing, as well as an understanding of the Schedule of Benefits and Preambles of the Ministry of Health. Knowledge of medical terminology recommended. Fee: $238.54 + TB 20LC

Tue

Oct2-Dec18

6:30-9:30pm

(BL)

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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DENTAL ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (DENT-1040)

For individuals interested in gaining a working knowledge of the administrative duties of a dental office, this course offers students with little or no previous dental experience, an overview of the skills needed to efficiently co-ordinate the daily activities of a dental office. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Nov12-Dec12

(OL)

Economics I is an introductory microeconomics course which covers a broad curriculum of microeconomic principles. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

HEALTH CARE OFFICE ASSISTANT FIELD PLACEMENT (OPTIONAL) (DEVL-1017) Pre-requisite(s): All theory courses

Apply the theories gained through the classroom to actual work situations. This 150-hour field experience will allow you to supplement your resume with related work experience and a valuable reference. Fee: $331 Please contact Health Sciences at aferreira@fanshawec.ca. INTERNET ESSENTIALS (COMP-1008)

40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

(OL)

operations found in Microsoft Word and Excel through hands-on experience and assignments. You will have an opportunity to acquire keyboarding skills using a standard keyboard. Fee: $289.30 + $12 MF + TB 01LC Thu Sep13-Dec20 6-9pm (C) 10LC Mon-Fri Nov5-Nov20 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

MS ACCESS (COMP-1022)

Fee: $280.70 + TB

As current and future managers, you need to understand the many aspects which management positions encompass. This introductory course is intended to better prepare you for the significant changes that are taking place while managing an organization. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (COMP-1130) Pre-requisite(s): COMP-1378, HLTH-1006

You will be introduced to medical documents and reports. This course is designed to simulate medical transcription practices used in a health care environment. Fee: $289.30 + TB 01LC

Mon

Sep17-Dec10

6-10pm

(C)

MICROSOFT OFFICE ESSENTIALS (COMP-1378)

Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

Pre-requisite(s): MGMT-1006

This course provides you with knowledge of management, union and government relationships and their impact on each other. You will learn about labour relations, collective bargaining, wage structure and promotion policies. Fee: $289.30 + TB

LEADERSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONS (MGMT-3010)

ECONOMICS I (ECON-1002)

50LC

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This course focuses on the Health Care Office environment. You will acquire intermediate skills using a variety of

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

MS EXCEL (COMP-1023)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

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92%

Our instructors engage us in learning

93%

Our instructors communicate clearly and effectively

94%

Our instructors were well prepared

96%

Our instructors display enthusiasm for teaching

97%

REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS POWERPOINT (COMP-1024)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS WORD (COMP-1021)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFAD-1005)

Fee: $427.34 + TB

Our students evaluate our Instructors!

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION (COMM-6002)

This course provides an overview of important communication concepts and skills required in business. Learn how to write clear reports and make effective presentations among a variety of topics. Note: For the online sections of the course students must have access to a video recorder to complete the oral presentation component of the course. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC Tue 40LC 21LC Wed 41LC 10LC Mon-Fri

= 14 days after first class

Sep11-Dec18 6-9pm (BL) Sep11-Dec18 (OL) Oct10-Jan23 6-9pm (BL) Oct10-Jan23 (OL) Oct25-Nov9 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

= 1 business day before third class


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ORGANIZATION SKILLS (HLTH-1010)

This course will focus on personal and organizational skills required by persons employed in health care in an office/ clerical assistant role. This will assist them to effectively carry out their role in assisting with the administration of a nursing unit/ health care facility office. Fee: $289.30

40LC Mon Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Oct15-Oct30 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

Veterinary Office Management

PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION FOR HEALTH CARE OFFICE ASSISTANT (COMM-1054)

Designed to improve the student's written, verbal, and non-verbal communications skills to build successful relationships on an individual, group and organizational basis. Communication, business ethics, teamwork, group dynamics, team building and customer relations are discussed. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC Sep10-Dec17 (OL) 10LC Mon-Fri Sep24-Oct10 9:30am-1:30pm (C)

PATIENT PREPARATION (HLTH-1091)

You will acquire the knowledge and skills required to prepare clients for examination, including measuring vital signs, height, weight and temperature, positioning and draping, tray preparation and special collection. Fee: $137.02 + $8 MF 20LC Thu Sep13-Oct18 6:30pm-9:30pm (BL)

This course examines the health record as it is used in health care organizations. A major emphasis is on confidentiality and the legal aspects of health information documentation. Fee: $238.54 + TB

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-1004)

This course introduces you to the subject of Accounting and is designed to take you through the accounting bookkeeping cycle, including knowledge of the accounting profession and how to analyze and record business transactions. You will also learn about worksheets, financial statements, accounting for merchandising operations, internal controls, and petty cash. Fee: $373.90 + TB 20LC Wed Sep5-Dec19 6-9pm (BL) 40LC Sep5-Dec19 (OL) 21LC Thu Oct4-Jan31 6-9pm (BL) 41LC Oct3-Jan30 (OL) Note: Exams must be completed in class.

This course provides the student with an overview of the issues, functions and responsibilities performed by a Human Resource Professional. An emphasis is placed on training and development, planning, performance appraisals, compensation management, occupational health and safety, and employee and union relations. Fee: $289.30 + TB 20LC 40LC 41LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18 Sep11-Dec18 Oct9-Jan22

6-9pm

(BL) (OL) (OL)

PROCESSING PHYSICIANS’ ORDERS (HLTH-1007)

Enable students to demonstrate appropriate processing skills for the completion of physicians' orders. Fee: $204.70 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Nov12

(OL)

(OL)

Explore the overall process of implementing organization requirements through identification of training needs, development and evaluation of training programs and appropriate delivery techniques. Training and development will be presented as a framework for solving human performance problems and developing human resources. Fee: $289.30 + TB 40LC

Sep10-Dec17

(OL)

WINDOWS 7 (COMP-1436)

Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL)

BASIC ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (HLTH-1179)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BUILDING & MAINTAINING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS (MGMT-1194)

Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT (MGMT-1014)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY ANESTHESIA (HLTH-1184)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY LAB PROCEDURES (HLTH-1180)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY OFFICE SKILLS & PROCEDURES (OFAD-1016)

Fee: $348.38 + TB (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY SURGICAL PROCEDURES (HLTH-1183)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Library Services

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

VETERINARY TERMINOLOGY (COMM-1110)

DESCRIPTIVE & ACCESS CATALOGING II (INFO-3107)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING & EMERGING LIBRARY TECHNOLOGIES (COMP-1441)

Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO LIBRARIES & THE INFORMATION INDUSTRY (INFO-1160)

Fee: $331.46 + TB 50LC

TERM OFFERED:

Oct1-Dec17

Sep7-Dec14

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1006)

Mon

50LC

BASIC VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM-1059)

RECORDS MAINTENANCE & THE LAW (OFAD-1006)

40LC

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY II (HLTH-1181)

Fee: $314.54 + TB

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

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SKILLED TRADES APPRENTICESHIP • General Machinist • Mould Maker • Tool & Die Maker • Industrial Electrician • Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) WHAT IS AN APPRENTICESHIP? Apprenticeship is a partnership between those who want to learn a trade and an employer who needs a tradesperson. An apprentice requires a high level of skills, judgment and creativity. Apprentices are paid while gaining work experience. The majority of apprenticeship training is provided in the workplace by employers or sponsors who provide training to standards of skill and safety determined by industry. The remainder of the training involves classroom instruction on theoretical subjects and practical lab applications. To become an apprentice, an individual must find an employer who is willing to employ and train them. The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) registers individuals as apprentices and monitors their on-thejob training, Fanshawe College offers the "in-school" portion of their training.

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Exemption testing is available at Fanshawe College. Call 519-452-4430 x4947. Before arranging to write the exemption test(s), please contact 519-452-4436 to ensure that your level of “in-school” training is completed. EXEMPTION TEST DETAILS: • 100 multiple choice questions • 3 hour duration • 70% pass rate • $75 fee • Applicants must provide proof of Grade 12 or equivalent to be entitled to write the exemption test(s) Non-apprentices who become apprentices may have to write exemption test (Please contact Mike Fediw at 519-452-4430 x4525 for details). Note: Upon registration, please notify that you are an Apprentice.

Trades Certificate - Precision Machining Note: Mould Making and Tool and Die Making Apprentices please contact Mike Fediw at 519-452-4430 x4525 to discuss the completion of your in-school training. Precision machining/tooling trades people use drills, lathes, milling and grinding machines and other specialized equipment to manufacture products designed by engineers. There are three individual trades:

Non-apprentices can sign up for Apprenticeship "in-school" courses. Credits earned in the courses are valid towards the “in-school” portion of an apprenticeship if: • The student successfully completes all of the courses • The student passes all of the MTCU exemption tests, one exemption test per level of schooling* • The student requires grade 12 or equivalent to enter the program

• General Machinists cut, shape and finish metal to make machine parts used in all areas of manufacturing. Machinists set up and operate a variety of machine tools including Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) tools to perform precision-machining operations.

*On completion of each level, the student must write an exemption test, if they wish to be recognized by MTCU. If an exemption test is passed and the individual has not registered as an apprentice within two (2) years, the exemption is no longer valid. However, the individual would be allowed to write the tests again after the two (2) years have passed. *Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities PLAR policy 104.

TERM OFFERED:

• Mould Makers design, build and repair moulds to mass-produce plastic or metal components. • Tool & Die Makers build, repair and modify custom-made, prototype and special tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and gauges using a variety of machine tools and precision measuring instruments. COURSES: Advanced CNC/EDM Technology Advanced Trade Calculations Basic Engineering Drawings

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

MACH-5002 MATH-5009 ENGR-1017

MACH-3003 MATH-3027 MACH-3006 MACH-1012 MATH-1128 MACH-1015 MACH-1014

GENERAL MACHINIST – ADDITIONAL COURSES: Advanced Trade Theory for GM Advanced Trade Practical for GM Intermediate Trade Practical for GM Intermediate Trade Theory for GM

MACH-5004 MACH-5007 MACH-3007 MACH-3001

TOOL & DIE MAKER – ADDITIONAL COURSES: Advanced Trade Theory for TD Advanced Trade Practical for TD Intermediate Trade Practical for TD Intermediate Trade Theory for TD

MACH-5003 MACH-5008 MACH-3008 MACH-3002

MOULD MAKER – ADDITIONAL COURSES: Advanced Trade Theory for MM Advanced Trade Practical for MM Intermediate Trade Practical for MM Intermediate Trade Theory for MM

MACH-5005 MACH-5009 MACH-3009 MACH-3005

ADVANCED TRADE THEORY FOR TD (MACH-5003)

SKILLED TRADES APPRENTICESHIP

If you are interested in finding an apprenticeship but you cannot find an employer, a stream has been designed to provide the "in-school" training for future apprentices. Why not take advantage of this opportunity!

CNC/EDM Technology Intermediate Trade Calculations Metrology & GDT Metrology & Layout Processes Trade Mathematics Trade Practical Trade Theory

A Level III theory course for the Tool & Die Maker program. The course deals with die design criteria and advanced machine tool operations for tool & die makers. Fee: $149.40 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Dec20

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Dec20

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $543.10 (non-apprentice)

BASIC ENGINEERING DRAWINGS (ENGR-1017)

A Level I course for the Precision Machining program. Topics include: types of drawings, graphic symbols, drawing layout, principle views and basic sketching, basic sectional views, basic layout techniques and operational plan development. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY INTERMEDIATE TRADE CALCULATIONS (MATH-3027) Pre-requisite(s): MATH-1128

A Level II course for the precision machining program. Topics include: solving practical trade related problems involving pythagorean theorem, right angled triangles, circles and algebra. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

INTERMEDIATE TRADE PRACTICAL FOR GM (MACH-3007)

A Level II course for the General Machinist program. This is a hands-on course where students complete projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures. Fee: $149.40 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $543.10 (non-apprentice)

INTERMEDIATE TRADE PRACTICAL FOR MM (MACH-3009)

A Level II course for the Mould Maker program. This is a hands-on course where students complete projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures. Fee: $149.40 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $543.10 (non-apprentice)

INTERMEDIATE TRADE PRACTICAL FOR TD (MACH-3008)

SKILLED TRADES APPRENTICESHIP

A Level II course for the Tool & Die Maker program. This is a hands-on course where students complete projects to learn machine tool set up and operation as well as heat treatment and grinding procedures. Fee: $149.40 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $543.10 (non-apprentice)

TRADE MATHEMATICS (MATH-1128)

A Level I mathematics course for the Precision Machining program. Topics include: SI and Imperial units, fractions and decimals basic algebra, plane geometry, use of charts,tables and reference material. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Thu

Sep13-Nov22

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Thu

Sep13-Nov22

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

TRADE PRACTICAL (MACH-1015)

A Level I course for the Precision Machining program. This is a hands-on course with

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project work involving the basic use of hand tools cut-off saws, pedestal grinder, lathe, and milling machines. Fee: $149.40 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan7

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $543.10 (non-apprentice)

ELECTRICAL BLUEPRINTS (ELNC-1057)

A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program that deals with the interpretation of drawings and schematics for residential dwellings. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon

Sep10-Nov19

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon

Sep10-Nov19

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

Trades Certificate - Electrician

ELECTRICAL THEORY II (ELNC-1065)

Electricians work in the construction and maintenance sectors, installing and maintaining the electrical wiring infrastructures that supply light, power, air-conditioning, refrigeration, etc. Key elements of the job include: reading and following blueprints and wiring schematics, using a variety of tools to install and secure wiring, fixtures or equipment, using test equipment to verify proper installation and operation, and confirming that new or repaired installations meet fire and safety code standards. Note: Students must have certified hard hats to work in the Electrical Lab. LEVEL I: Electrical Blueprints Electrical Code Electrical Theory Electronics Installation Methods Instrumentation LEVEL II: Electrical Code II Electrical Prints II Electrical Theory II Electronics II Installation Methods II Instrumentation II Monitoring & Communication Systems II LEVEL III: Electrical Code III Electrical Prints III Electrical Theory III Electronics III Fluid Power III Installation Methods III Instrumentation III 1Note: Electrical Prints III is for Construction & Maintenance Electricians only. 2Note: Fluid Power III is for Industrial Electricians only.

= Online

= In a Day

A level II theory course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program that deals with topics including magnetism and EMF, Fleming's Rules, Lenz's Law, voltage and phasors, inductance, reactance, capacitance and RL/RC/RLC circuits. Fee: $134.46 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Dec11

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Dec11

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $492.34 (non-apprentice)

ELECTRONICS III (ELNC-1076)

A level III course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with electronic circuits for speed control, motor control, three phase rectification as well as the operation of various devices. Fee: $99.60 (apprentice) 01AP Mon/Wed Sep10-Nov19 7-10pm (C)

ELNC-1057 ELNC-1056 ELNC-1086 ELNC-1088 ELNC-1087 INST-1006

Fee: $373.90 (non-apprentice)

ELNC-1063 ELNC-1064 ELNC-1065 ELNC-1068 ELNC-1066 ELNC-1067 ELNC-1069

01AP

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Nov1

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Nov1

7-10pm

(C)

ELNC-1071 ELNC-1072 1 ELNC-1073 ELNC-1076 ELNC-1077 2 ELNC-1074 ELNC-1075

01LC

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Nov19

7-10pm

(C)

INSTALLATION METHODS (ELEC-1087)

A level I course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the installation of residential electrical services. Fee: $79.68 (apprentice) Fee: $306.22 (non-apprentice)

INSTALLATION METHODS II (ELNC-1066)

A level II hands-on lab course for the Electrical Apprenticeship program dealing with the installation electrical equipment such as motors, starters, and transformers. Fee: $64.74 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon

Sep10-Dec10

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon

Sep10-Dec10

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $255.46 (non-apprentice)

INSTRUMENTATION III (ELNC-1075)

This is a level III course in the Electrical Apprenticeship program. The course deals with the pneumatic instrumentation systems, control systems, position measuring, PID control, and light and sound intensity meters. Fee: $64.74 (apprentice) 01AP

Thu

Sep13-Dec6

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec6

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $255.46 (non-apprentice)

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


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Trades Certificate - Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)

BASIC METAL MACHINING (MECH-1026)

Industry depends on Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) to install, test, dismantle, repair, service, and even construct a wide variety of stationary mechanical equipment and machinery in order to function efficiently. Key elements of the job include: reading blueprints and schematic drawings to determine industry measures; using hand and power tools for dismantling and assembling equipment; using hoisting and lifting devices; and using building materials such as steel, wood, or cement for constructing machine foundations. Skills in troubleshooting for preserving hydraulic and pneumatic systems, power transmission systems, and programmable logic controllers are also expected. If you are interested in constructing and/or maintaining mechanical equipment and machinery in a variety of industries, consider becoming an Industrial Mechanic (Millwright). LEVEL I: Basic Metal Machining Blueprint Reading I Electrical & Electronic Controls I Lubrication, Safety, Hand & Power Tools Maintenance Welding I Materials & Fasteners Math & Measurement Rigging & Hoisting

LEVEL III: Hydraulics Machine Tools Project Mechanical Theory & Machines PLC’S & Electronic Controls Pneumatics Preventative & Predictive Maintenance Welding Layout & Fitting

MECH-1047 MECH-1032 MECH-1050 MATH-1130 MECH-1049 MECH-1058 MECH-1055 ELEC-1076 MECH-1054 MECH-1052 MECH-1057 MECH-1053 MECH-1062 MECH-3024 MECH-1064 ELNC-1081 PNEU-1004 MECH-1063 MECH-1059

TERM OFFERED:

01AP

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $373.90 (non-apprentice)

MACHINE TOOL PROJECT (MECH-3024)

The student will develop the ability to set-up and operate shop equipment and tools to produce component parts to prescribe tolerances and standards; to use all shop equipment to complete a specific work project. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Thu

Sep13-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Thu

Sep13-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

MAINTENANCE WELDING II (MECH-1052) Pre-requisite(s): MECH-1032

Intermediate level welding course. The student will gain additional knowledge in various welding processes with hands-on practice in vertical and horizontal weld positions. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

Pre-requisite(s): MATH-1130

Student will develop the knowledge and principles of applied mechanics and thermodynamics, as it pertains to the trade Industrial Mechanic (Millwright). Location: St. Thomas campus Fee: $84.66 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Nov7

7-10pm

(C)

01ST

Mon/Wed

Sep10-Nov7

7-10pm

(C)

PNEUMATICS (PNEU-1004)

This course is a comprehensive study of pneumatic principles, system components and controls. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Tue

Sep18-Nov20

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Tue

Sep18-Nov20

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

RIGGING & HOISTING (MECH-1049)

Learn how to work safely in a machine shop environment. Complete a practical project using hand tools basic measuring and layout tools, cut-off saw, pedestal grinder,

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Mon

Sep10-Nov5

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Mon

Sep10-Nov5

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $170.86 (non-apprentice)

SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS (MECH-1053) Pre-requisite(s): MATH-1130

This course will teach the student how to interpret schematic drawings and use manufacturers’ manuals. It will also expand on sketching technique to include sectional views. Fee: $49.80 (apprentice) 01AP

Thu

Sep13-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

01LC

Thu

Sep13-Nov15

7-10pm

(C)

Fee: $204.70 (non-apprentice)

Cabinet Maker Apprentice Certificate (Formerly Industrial Woodworker) Become a skilled woodworker and cabinetmaker by enrolling in the Cabinet Maker Apprentice certificate program. This program will train you to manufacture home and office furniture, store fixtures, cabinetry, architectural millwork and other associated wood products. The program also provides inclass theoretical and practical training for registered apprentices. Note: Please call 519-452-4436 or 519-452-4430 x4525 for information on registering for this program.

MECHANICAL THEORY & MACHINES (MECH-1064)

Fee: $323.14 (non-apprentice)

01AP

MODULE I: Blueprint Reading Joints & Fastenings Portable Hand Tools Safety Trade Calculations Trim I MODULE II: History of Trade Lumber Classification & Usages Machinery Production Methods I Trim II WHIMIS & Shop Safety Woodworking Repair I MODULE III: Blueprint Reading – Advanced Costing Finishing I Production Methods II Woodworking Repair II

DRAF-1020 WOOD-1006 WOOD-1004 WOOD-1002 WOOD-1007 WOOD-1008

SKILLED TRADES APPRENTICESHIP

LEVEL II: Bearings & Seals Compressors, Pumps, Valves & Piping Electrical & Electronic Controls II Machine Tools Maintenance Welding II Power Transmission Systems Schematic Drawings

MECH-1026 MECH-1028 ELEC-1075

Learn how to work safely in a machine shop environment. Complete a practical project using hand tools basic measuring and layout tools, cut-off saw, pedestal grinder, engine lathe and milling machine. Fee: $99.60 (apprentice)

engine lathe and milling machine. Fee: $39.84 (apprentice)

WOOD-1001 WOOD-1003 WOOD-1005 WOOD-1009 WOOD-3002 SFTY-1006 WOOD-1010 DRAF-5003 WOOD-3001 WOOD-3005 WOOD-3003 WOOD-3004

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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WOOD-5002 WOOD-5001

SAFETY (WOOD-1002)

Students will learn how to work safely in a cabinetmaking shop. Personal protective equipment (PPE) will be discussed as well as general safety procedures and processes for common cabinet making equipment and hand tools. Fee: $39.84 (apprentice) 01AP

Mon

Dec17-Jan21

4-10pm

(C)

CARP-9003 ELEC-9014 ELEC-9019 MTNC-9002 MTNC-9003

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Focusing on 2D drawing using the industry standard AutoCAD program, this is all about productivity and hands-on practical skills, so it’s a great choice for anyone interested in working in the design fields of engineering, construction or architecture. AutoCAD is a computerized drafting program used to improve productivity in the workplace. The program plays a key role in many organizations and companies engaged in design work and the software can be employed in numerous settings. AutoCAD has an extensive range of design facilities and a wide range of applications. This program will enable you to create/edit computer aided drawings/specifications.

REFUND POLICY:

= 7 days before first class

CADD-1038 CADD-3018 CADD-1051 CADD-1045

AUTOCAD FUNDAMENTALS (CADD-1038)

You will learn how to use AutoCAD as a tool to create basic two dimensional drawings and to communicate those drawings in such a way to facilitate the manufacture of the design. Fee: $238.54 Wed/Thu

Sep12-Oct18

6-9pm

(C)

This course begins with a basic introduction to AutoCAD 2007. Using step by step tutorial lessons the residential project begins with a house floor plan followed through to create elevations, sections, and details. Throughout the course new AutoCAD commands are covered at the appropriate time. As well as discussions concerning Building Code requirements and industry specifications and standards as it relates to residential design and drafting. Fee: $187.78 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov6

6-9pm

(C)

REVIT ARCHITECTURAL FROM THE GROUND UP (CADD-3031)

Mon

Sep10-Dec3

6-9pm

NE W

!

(C)

MACH-1141 MACH-1142

GAS TECHNICIAN II: Gas Technician 2 – Level 1 (80 hrs) Gas Technician 2 – Level 2 (80 hrs) Gas Technician 2 – Level 3 (80 hrs) Gas Technician 2 – Level 4 (80 hrs) Gas Technician 2 – Level 5 (80 hrs) Gas Technician 2 – Level 6 (80 hrs)

MACH-1145 MACH-1146 MACH-1147 MACH-1148 MACH-1149 MACH-1150

GAS TECHNICIAN 3 – LEVEL 1 (MACH-1141)

Safety, Fasteners Hand & Power Tools, Properties & Safe Handling of Fuel Gases, Utilization Codes, Acts & Regulations. Fee: $430.30 01LC

Tue/Thu

Sep11-Nov29

7-10pm

(C)

GAS TECHNICIAN 3 – LEVEL 2 (MACH-1142) Covers Modules 5, 6, 7, 8, 9

Introduction to Electricity, Technical Manuals, Drawings & Graphs, Customer Relations, Introduction to Piping & Tubing, Introduction to Gas Appliances. Fee: $665.90 Mon/Wed

Sep10-Jan28

7-10pm

(C)

Cabinet Making Certificate

Gas Technician The Gas Technician programs listed below meet the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) requirements for certification. Upon completion of the G3 or G2 program, please notify the Trades & Technology programming area at 519-452-4436 or 519-452-4430 x4525 so that an exam package can be created for you. Upon successful completion of each exam, you can apply to TSSA

= 7 days after first class

GAS TECHNICIAN III: Gas Technician 3 – Level 1 (70 hrs) Gas Technician 3 – Level 2 (110 hrs)

01LC

CERTIFICATES

= 3 days before first class

for certification. A certification fee will apply. Note: Students must order course materials direct from Canadian Standards Association at www.csa.ca or 1-800-4636727 prior to course start. You must also have access to your own copies of the current B149.1 and B149.2 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Codebooks.

Covers Modules 1, 2, 3, 4

This course is designed to teach the Autodesk Revit functionality as you would work with it in the design process. You will begin by learning about the user Interface and the Autodesk Revit commands for design development. Fee: $238.54 01LC

AutoCAD Operator Training (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

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CADD-1046

AUTOCAD RESIDENTIAL (CADD-1051)

These courses are for those who are eligible to write the Ontario Certificate of Qualification Exam in their trade. Students should check with the MTCU at 519-675-7788 to determine eligibility prior to enrolling in these courses. COURSES: Exam Prep for Carpenters Exam Prep for Electricians Master Electrician License Exam Prep for Millwrights Exam Prep for General Machinist & Tool & Die Makers

COURSES: Introductory Drafting Concepts AutoCAD Fundamentals AutoCAD Intermediate AutoCAD Residential OR Customizing AutoCAD

01LC

Certificate of Qualification Exam Preparation Technology

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Become a skilled woodworker and cabinetmaker by enrolling in the Cabinet Maker certificate program. This program will train you to manufacture home and office furniture, store fixtures, cabinetry, architectural millwork and other associated wood products. Each course in the program is graded and taught by a journey/trades person. Graduates of this program may receive, at the discretion of the employer, College

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= 1 business day before third class


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and Ministry, advanced standing in their apprenticeships, based on their on-the-job performance. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • OSSD, Mature Student Status or equivalent LEVEL I: Finishing (20 hrs) Hand Tools (20 hrs) Joinery (20 hrs) Machines (32 hrs) Portable Power Tools (20 hrs) Tool Cabinet (48 hrs) Trade Drawings & Layout (20 hrs)

WOOD-1016 WOOD-1029 WOOD-1015 WOOD-1031 WOOD-1030 WOOD-3008 WOOD-1012

LEVEL II: Curio Cabinet (48 hrs) Hope Chest/Blanket Box (48 hrs)

WOOD-3011 WOOD-3006

LEVEL III: Final Project (80 hrs) Furniture Design (32 hrs)

WOOD-5007 WOOD-3013

HAND TOOLS (WOOD-1029)

Oct18-Nov15

The student will construct a pine tool cabinet to hold a set of wood working hand tools, using traditional joinery – hand dovetails, mortise and tenon, rebates, dadoes, drawer and raised panel door construction. Fee: $306.22 + $121 MF 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov27

6:30-10:30pm

(C)

TRADE DRAWINGS & LAYOUT (WOOD-1012)

The student in this course will practice the ancient art of sketching, drafting and the layout of parts. Students will create a complete set of scaled drawings for WOOD-3008 Tool Cabinet. The drawings will cover all joinery and an oblique sketch of the cabinet. If time permits the student will also create drawings of the tool caddy made in WOOD-1013 Machines. Fee: $148.30

6:30-10:30pm

(C)

PORTABLE POWER TOOLS (WOOD-1030)

In this course the students will learn to safely maintain, identify and work with all power hand tools available in the shop. The student will also build small projects using for the most part power hand tools and will be instructed in tool and shop safety. In addition, the student will learn about power hand tool accessories and their use. Fee: $148.30 + $22 MF 01LC Thu Nov22-Dec20 6:30-10:30pm (C)

TERM OFFERED:

Pre-requisite(s): WOOD-3008

Using the skills acquired in prior courses, the student will build an Oak Curio Cabinet using hand tools, power hand tools, and major wood working machinery. The student will machine intricate parts for sub assembly operations, and fit doors, mount hardware, prepare the cabinet for finishing and apply a basic oil finish. Fee: $306.22 + $137 MF 01LC Wed Sep12-Nov28 6:30-10:30pm (C)

QA Advanced Management Certificate You are now a successful graduate of the Quality Assurance Certificate Basic program and are free to seek employment as a Quality Assurance practitioner. Looking for something more? The QA Advanced Management Certificate program will give you the necessary skills and knowledge to specialize in a Quality Assurance management role. This program is recognized by the National Quality Institute (NQI) – Canada’s national authority on Quality and Healthy Workplace® practices and national steward of the Canada Awards for Excellence. For information about the NQI, contact Catherine Neville, Vice President at neville.catherine@nqi.ca or visit www.nqi.ca.

Winter

Spring/Summer

COURSES: Cost of Quality Customer Satisfaction & Supplier Development Design of Experiments Lean Manufacturing – Six Sigma Project Management – Risk Management Quality Management

MGMT-1185 MGMT-1192 MACH-5014 MANF-1012 MGMT-3056 MACH-5013

THE FOLLOWING QUALITY ASSURANCE COURSES ARE ACCEPTED AS EQUIVALENTS BY NQI: FANSHAWE COURSES Basic QA Tools & Problem Solving (MATH-1184)

CURIO CABINET (WOOD-3011)

Fall

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • A Graduate of QA Certificate (Basic) OR • An ASQ Destination OR • Hold an NQI Certified Excellence Professional (NQI CEP®) OR • Certified Excellence Leader (NQI CEL®) designation

NQI LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE PROGRAM Introduction to Root Cause Analysis (Course ID: 37)

Statistical Methods Statistical Quality Tools (MATH-3026) (Course ID: 71) Customer Satisfaction & Supplier Development (MGMT-1192)

Measuring Stakeholder Satisfaction (Course ID: 70)

LEAN MANUFACTURING – SIX SIGMA (MANF-1012)

This course will provide an overview of all the principles that raise productivity by eliminating waste from processes. It will cover all the principles of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma. Fee: $204.70 40LC

Sat

Sep15-Nov17

(OL)

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

In this course the students must learn to sharpen, maintain, identify and work safely with all hand tools presented in the handout. The student will also build small projects using primarily hand tools and be instructed in tool and shop safety. The student will write a tool identification test in class four. Fee: $148.30 + $16 MF Thu

Pre-requisite(s): WOOD-1029, WOOD-1030, WOOD-1031, WOOD-1012, WOOD-1015

01LC Mon Sep10-Oct15 6:30-10:30pm (C)

ELECTIVE COURSES: Advanced Jigs WOOD-1020 – Router Table (32 hrs) Barrister WOOD-3030 Bookcase (64 hrs) Basic Jig & Fixture WOOD-3015 Making (32 hrs) Games Table (40 hrs) WOOD-1023 Grandfather WOOD-1025 Clock (80 hrs) Roll Top Desk (96 hrs) WOOD-5008 Utility Cabinet (48 hrs) WOOD-1022 Workbench (88 hrs) WOOD-5005 Electives 132 hours required

01LC

TOOL CABINET (WOOD-3008)

Quality Assurance Certificate (Basic) (QAS2) As a graduate of this program, you will be able to effectively function as a Quality Assurance practitioner and, with suitable industrial experience, be an effective member of a management team, implementing Quality Assurance programs in your industry. COURSES: Basic QA Tools & Problem Solving Communications for Quality Assurance

MGMT-1184 COMM-1009

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY Continuous Improvement & Benchmarking ISO Quality Standards Planning for Quality Quality Audit Methods Quality Principles & Team Building Statistical Methods

MGMT-1183 MACH-5012 MGMT-5019 MACH-5015 MGMT-1190 MATH-3026

PLANNING FOR QUALITY (MGMT-5019) Recommended Preparation: MATH-3026

This is an interactive course for individuals who are responsible for employing quality planning methodology as adopted by the Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). Instruction will be given for tools, methods and specific reporting formats as described by the AIAG for the Advanced Product Quality Planning and the Production Part Approval Processes. Fee: $238.54 01LC

Wed

Sep12-Nov28

7-10pm

(C)

STATISTICAL METHODS (MATH-3026)

Basic probability and statistics theory and the practical application of this to control charts used in SPC. Course also includes introductory studies in reliability engineering. Fee: $289.30 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Dec18

7-10pm

(C)

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Professional (NQI CEP®) OR • Certified Excellence Leader (NQI CEL®) designation COURSES: Advanced Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Coordinate Measuring Machine Design of Experiments Engineering Blueprint Reading Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Material Science Metrology – QA

DRAF-5002

CLASS II: Air Conditioning BES702 Air Handling BES703 Controls BES705 Electrical BES704 Energy Management BES710 Heating BES701 Practical Overview BES700 Water Treatment BES706

MATS-1003 MACH-3029

(All of class II + one of the following)

DRAF-5015 MACH-5011 MACH-5014 ENGR-1015

ENGINEERING BLUEPRINT READING (ENGR-1015)

A course in interpreting mechanical engineering drawings. Fee: $204.70 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

(C)

METROLOGY – QA (MACH-3029)

Thu

Sep13-Nov29

7-10pm

(C)

QA Advanced CMI/GDT/CMM Certificate (Manufacturing/Mechanical)

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Are you a graduate of the Quality Assurance Basic Certificate program looking to specialize in a manufacturing or mechanical (CMI/ GDT/CMM) setting? The QA Advanced CMI/GDT/CMM Certificate program provides you with the specialized skill set necessary for these areas. This program is recognized by the National Quality Institute (NQI) – Canada’s national authority on Quality and Healthy Workplace® practices and national steward of the Canada Awards for Excellence. For information about the NQI, contact Catherine Neville, Vice President at: neville.catherine@nqi.ca or visit www.nqi.ca. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS: • A Graduate of QA Certificate (Basic) OR • An ASQ Destination OR • Hold an NQI Certified Excellence

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This course will introduce food safety for workers at all levels. The course will includefood safety hazards, food bacteriology, environmental pathogens, allergen control, sanitation and QA techniques and processes and monitor quality and food safety requirements. Fee: $204.70 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

Designed to train people in the operation and maintenance of today’s complex buildings. It is recommended that applicants be employed in a building operation. This program focuses on the knowledge required to understand the functioning of all systems in a commercial building including: heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation, electrical power, lighting, water and air supply. The program specifically focuses on how they are all interconnected, sustainability and how we can operate

= In a Day

CILV-1017

Air Systems Design BES708 Hospital Building Systems BES709 Pipe Systems Design BES707

CIVL-1019

CIVL-1041 CIVL-1042

Learn to control utility costs and calculate payback of new cost cutting equipment. Also learn where to look for savings in heat loss, heat gain, air handling, lighting, maintenance, and computerized switching systems. Fee: $255.46 Tue

Sep11-Dec4

7-10pm

(C)

HOSPITAL BUILDING SYSTEMS BES709 (CIVL-1041)

This course covers building mechanical systems specific to hospitals and their effective maintenance. Fee: $255.46 01LC

Thu

Sep13-Dec6

7-10pm

(C)

(C)

Building Environmental Systems Certificate

= Online

ENVR-1006 CILV-1015

CLASS I:

01LC

QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR THE FOOD INDUSTRY (SFTY-1049)

CIVL-1013 CIVL-1012 CIVL-1014 CIVL-1016 CILV-1010

ENERGY MANAGEMENT BES710 (CIVL-1010)

This course deals with the precision measurement techniques and instruments used in a mechanical parts manufacturing environment. Fee: $238.54 01LC

and maintain buildings more efficiently. All courses are graded.

Building Environmental Systems Facility Manager Certificate This program is for entry level managers or current managers of building systems and building operations staff. It covers the essential elements of building operations administration, staffing, communications with an introduction to the legal and financial requirements. Graduates of the Class I and Class II Operator levels of the Building Environmental Systems Program can now pursue advanced studies toward the awarding of a certificate as a Facility Manager. This program will be of interest to: • Graduates of Class I and II Operator

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

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levels of the Building Environmental Systems Program • Newly appointed Facility Managers • Industry personnel wishing to upgrade their skills and knowledge in facility management • Those with an engineering or business background seeking a career change CORE LEVEL: (Required)

Human Relations for Facility Managers BES804 Property & Building Administration BES801 Site Maintenance & Building Safety BES802 Strategic & Financial Planning BES803

MGMT-1208 CILV-1054 CILV-1055 FINA-1039

Energy Management BES710 Practical Overview of Building Systems BES700

CIVL-1010 CIVL-1015

ELECTIVES: (Select 1 + 1 Required)

Fire Safety Introduction to Computer Applications Photovoltaic Technology Technical Writing (Required)

Legal Process Part 9: The House – Building Envelope Part 9: The House – Health & Safety House Review 2006

SFTY-1044 COMP-1405 CIVL-1056 WRIT-1047

Building Officials Certification

TERM OFFERED:

ARCH-1008 CONS-9019

This course is part of the Ontario Building Officials Certification and Home Inspection Certification programs. It examines the building code requirements pertaining to the Health and Safety in small buildings. Note: You must order the manual from the Fanshawe Book Store 2 weeks prior and a copy of the Building Code is required. Fee: $244.18 + TB Wed

Sep12-Dec5

7-10pm

(C)

Home Inspection Certification Home inspection is a consulting service that helps homebuyers make informed decisions about their prospective new home. Standards of Practice define a minimum and uniform standard for private, fee-paid home inspectors. Home inspections performed to these standards are intended to provide the client with information regarding the condition of the systems and components of the home as inspected. The systems and components of a house include roofing, structure, electrical, heating, air conditioning/heat pumps, plumbing, exterior, insulation and the interior. This program leads to Certification by the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI). Note: Call OAHI to determine your course requirements 416-256-0960 or Toll Free 1-888-744-6244. COMPULSORY COURSES: Part 9: The House ARCH-1011 – Building Envelope Part 9: The House ARCH-1008 – Health & Safety Residential Heating Inspection (offered through OAHI) Residential Electrical Inspection (offered through OAHI) OAHI Defection Recognition & Reporting (4-day course given by OAHI) (Plus one of the following)

• OAHI-approved Introduction to Home Inspection course. This course is also available through the Humber online

Fall

Winter

program. Check with OAHI before taking any courses to make sure they meet their requirements • Have passed ASHI Exam A & B, or CAHI, OAHI Insurance Qualification Exam • Completed 30 hours of OAHI or ASHI seminar programs

Spring/Summer

PART 9: THE HOUSE – HEALTH & SAFETY (ARCH-1008)

See the course description under Building Officials Certification. Fee: $244.18 + TB 01LC

Wed

Sep12-Dec5

7-10pm

(C)

THE FOLLOWING OAHI COURSES ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE: Air Conditioning & CIVL-1050 Heat Pumps Communication & COMM-1093 Professional Practices Electrical Inspection CIVL-1047 Exterior Inspection CIVL-1052 Heating Inspection I CIVL-1048 Heating Inspection II CIVL-1049 Interior/Insulation CIVL-1053 Inspection Plumbing Inspection CIVL-1051 Roofing Inspection CIVL-1045 Structure Inspection CIVL-1046 AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT PUMPS (CIVL-1050)

This course emphasizes cooling systems and heat pumps. Students learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques. 70% pass grade required by OAHI for accreditation. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATION & PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES (COMM-1093)

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

The Building Code Act, as amended by Ontario Bill 124, now requires certain practitioners in the building code enforcement and architectural design field to have qualifications as described in the Ontario Building Code. These Ontario Building Code Training courses provide the pre-requisite for certification with the Ontario Building Officials Association (OBOA) as Certified Building Code Official (CBCO) and Building Code Qualified (BCQ) as well as apply to all AATO accreditation programs including Internships and Continued Professional Development requirements for Certification with the AATO.

ARCH-9010 ARCH-1011

PART 9: THE HOUSE – HEALTH & SAFETY (ARCH-1008)

01LC

OPERATIONS LEVEL: (Required)

CORE LEVEL: (Required)

The professional home inspector is required, both verbally and in writing, to describe the inspection process and communicate inspection findings to the client. It is imperative that the home inspector be able to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding of an inspection, once conducted. Students in this subject develop their oral and written communication skills, and learn the reporting requirements and proper conduct required of a professional in this industry. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION (CIVL-1047)

This subject prepares students to inspect the performance of the following

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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TRADES & TECHNOLOGY components of electrical systems within residential buildings: service drops, grounding systems, service panels, wiring systems, devices and fixtures. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This subject covers retaining walls, grounds, window wells, lot grading, driveways, patios, walkways, decks, balconies, stoops and steps, porches, railings, wall cladding, flashing trim, eaves, soffits, fascia, as well as exterior doors and windows. Students learn to describe the exterior wall coverings and inspect all aspects of the exterior named above. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HEATING INSPECTION I (CIVL-1048)

This subject covers installed heating systems (gas and oil furnaces and hot water boilers). Emphasis is on the inspector’s ability to identify the energy source, type, material, condition, and safety concerns, as well as inspecting the heating equipment. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

This subject covers vent systems, flues and chimneys, as well as fireplaces, other wood heating appliances, steam and electric heating systems. Students apply knowledge of these systems to the role of home inspector. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERIOR INSULATION INSPECTION (CIVL-1053)

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

Focus is on the inspection of thermal insulation, vapor retarders and ventilation systems, as well as the inspection of interior elements of residential dwellings such as walls, ceilings, floors, basements, doors, windows, interior stairs/railings, installed countertops and cabinets, and garage doors/door operators. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This subject prepares students to inspect, in a residential dwelling, the interior water supply and distribution systems (including fixtures and faucets), as well as water heating equipment and drain/vent/waste systems and their related fixtures. Fee: $348.38 + TB

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Sep7-Dec14

REFUND POLICY:

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

LEED GREEN BUILDING STRATEGIES AND GREEN ASSOCIATE EXAM PREPARATION (ENVR-1020)

(OL)

This higher-education course is an intensive 36-hour program that provides a comprehensive overview of techniques, approaches, materials and technologies used in creating green buildings and communities. It describes the LEED rating systems and highlights how various strategies can be used to meet LEED requirements. The course provides an excellent preparation for writing the LEED Green Associate exam, as well as meeting the eligibility requirements for that exam.

STRUCTURE INSPECTION (CIVL-1046)

This subject focuses on the following structural components of a residential dwelling: foundations and footings, floors, walls and roof/ceiling structures. Students learn to apply knowledge of structures to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with good construction practices. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Fire Alarm & Protection Certification Program (CFAE) for Electricians Upon successful completion of this program, students will be issued a certificate of achievement from the Electrical Contractors Association of Ontario (ECAO). This program meets the requirements of the Ontario Fire Code O. Reg 388/97, is deemed acceptable to the Fire Marshall, and satisfies the requirement of Clause 1.1.5.3. (1)(a). LEVEL I: • Conventional Fire Alarm Control Panels and Installation of Input and Output Devices (39 hrs) LEVEL II: • Integrated Fire Alarm Control Evac Systems and Fire Alarm Extinguishing Control Panels (39 hrs) LEVEL III: • Internal Components of Fire Alarm Control Panels (39 hrs)

PLUMBING INSPECTION (CIVL-1051)

50LC

The emphasis in this subject is on typical defects of the various types of roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings, skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations. Students apply their knowledge of roofing to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with existing codes and standards. Fee: $348.38 + TB

(OL)

HEATING INSPECTION II (CIVL-1049)

50LC

certified under the ECAO Fire Alarm and Protection Program must renew their certification every five years. For more information on this program and upcoming offerings, please contact the Technology programming area at 519-452-4436 or 519-452-4430 x4525.

ROOFING INSPECTION (CIVL-1045)

EXTERIOR INSPECTION (CIVL-1052)

50LC

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

(OL)

= 7 days before first class

LEVEL IV: • Advanced Fire Alarm Control Panel: Addressable Digital and Analog Devices (39 hrs)

COURSE OBJECTIVES: On completion of this course the student will be able to: • Understand the imperative for a green transformation of our build system • Identify the key components of the LEED rating system • Identify core concepts and strategies to achieve success using the LEED rating system • Understand the different LEED rating systems and where they are applied • Prepare students to take the LEED Green Associate Exam Course evaluation is based upon course exams, quizzes and assignments. (36 hours) 01LC

Mon

Sep10-Dec3

6-9pm

Fees: $238.54 + $125 student study guide (Studio 4 download) + $35.50 admin fee (Total student cost: $363.54) On completion of the course the student will receive a Certification of Completion and a letter of attestation from Fanshawe College. Please contact Mike Fediw at 519-452-4430 x4525 (Fanshawe College) for course details or Crystal Finnigan at 1-866-941-1184 x1023 for information on the Canada Green Building Council.

Note: As a requirement of the Ontario Fire Marshall's Office, every electrician

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

= 14 days after first class

= 1 business day before third class


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Computer Aided Design (CAD)

TIMBER FRAME CONSTRUCTION (ENGR-1021)

CAD is extensively used in the design of tools and machinery used in the manufacture of components, and in the drafting and design of all types of buildings, from small residential types (houses) to the largest commercial and industrial structures (hospitals and factories). With benefits such as lower product development costs and a greatly shortened design cycle, CAD enables designers to lay out and develop work on screen, print it out and save it for future editing, saving time on their drawings. COMPULSORY COURSES: 3D Solids Modeling (Solid Works 2011) 3D Solids Modeling Solid Works 2011) – Advanced Computer Aided Manufacturing (Master Cam) Computer Aided Manufacturing (Master Cam) – Advanced

CADD-1016 CADD-5016 MANF-1006 MANF-5001

3D SOLIDS MODELING (SOLID WORKS 2011) (CADD-5016) Pre-requisite(s): CADD-1016

This course builds on the basic course and concentrates on part development in context of assemblies, development of drawings, as well as advanced modeling techniques. The course is lab based with lectures to both reinforce and supplement the labs. Fee: $204.70 + TB 01LC

Wed

Sep12-Nov14

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

7-10pm

(C)

This 36 hour introductory course will provide the student with the general knowledge and skills required to identify the components, joinery, and exterior systems of small and intermediate sized residential and agricultural timber frame buildings. • Duration – 12 weeks • Required: CSA approved hard hat, eye protection, safety footwear; Imperial steel tape measure, Carpenter’s tool pouch, chalk line and utility knife • Graded course • For further information, contact R. Geoghegan-Morphet: rgeoghegan-morphet@fanshawec.ca • Withdrawal with partial refund deadline: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 Fee: $567.50 (materials included) Tue

Sep25-Dec11

5-8pm

TIMBER FRAME CONSTRUCTION – INTERMEDIATE (ENGR-3013)

This 42 hour intermediate level course will build on the skills acquired in ENGR-1021. It will provide the student with the knowledge required to read and interpret structural timber frame drawings for a small building through Deitrichs CAD/Cam Software. Students will use traditional hand tools along with specialized timber framing tools to hone skills cutting and fitting common timber frame joinery. Students will work as a team to determine required component sizing, layout joinery, cut components, and assemble a small structure. • Duration – 14 weeks • Required: CSA approved hard hat, eye protection, safety footwear; Imperial steel tape measure, Carpenter’s tool pouch, chalk line and utility knife • Graded course • For further information, contact R. Geoghegan-Morphet: rgeoghegan-morphet@fanshawec.ca • Withdrawal with partial refund deadline: September 25, 2012 Fee: $539.50 (materials included) Wed

Sep12-Dec12

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BACK-FLOW PREVENTION (PLUM-1015)

This course is designed to update the knowledge of those in the plumbing trade and those involved with water supply system design and inspection, in the requirements for back-flow prevention in water supply systems. It meets certification requirements for licensed plumbers who wish to do backflow system inspections. Manual and OWWA (Ontario Water Works Association) Registration Fee included. • Duration – 8 weeks • Required: Work boots, safety glasses and hard hat • Credit course – Pass/Fail • For further information, contact Harry Willemse, Coordinator: hwillemse@fanshawec.ca • Withdrawal with partial refund deadline: use CE withdrawal date policy – prior to 3rd class: November 12, 2012 Fee: $1,035.50 (includes admin fee) Tue

Oct30-Dec18

6-10pm

BACK-FLOW RECERTIFICATION (PLUM-1024)

Back-Flow Testers are required to recertify every 5 years and this course meets that requirement. OWWA (Ontario Water Works Association) Registration Fee included. • Duration – 4 weeks • Required: Work boots, safety glasses and hard hat • Credit course – Pass/Fail • For further information, contact Harry Willemse, Coordinator: hwillemse@fanshawec.ca • Withdrawal with partial refund deadline: prior to 1st class: October 1, 2012 Fee: $635.50 (includes admin fee) Tue

Oct2-Oct23

6-10pm

TRADES & TECHNOLOGY

SPECIALTY COURSES

THE ENVIRONMENT (ENVR-1026)

Fee: $365.30 + TB

5-8pm

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS & DOCUMENTS (CONS-1050)

Fee: $291.98 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

I love doing online courses. At first I was concerned that I didn’t know enough about computers to do a full course online, but it didn’t take long to get the hang of it. I love the flexibility of online courses. I set my own schedule of when I want to work on my courses and it doesn’t interfere with my family time.

(OL)

INTRODUCTORY TO SOLAR ENERGY (ENVR-1028)

NE W

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This course introduces the concept of solar energy and its various applications to generate heat and electricity. The history of solar energy and the evolution of technology is also explored. Fee: $204.70 01LC

Tue

Sep11-Nov13

7-10pm

KATHRYN Office Administration Certificate

(C)

TERM OFFERED:

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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TRANSPORTATION

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AUTOMOTIVE

AUTO MECHANICS – BASIC (MECH-9011)

Understanding your car and what makes it run. Classroom and practical sessions in the automotive shop. Topics include: the engine, chassis and drive train through to electrical system, tires and wheels and preventative maintenance. Student responsible for own consumables. Fee: $195.70 + $3 MF 01LC

Mon

Sep10-Nov12

7-10pm

(C)

CFC/HCFC/HFC CERTIFICATION (ODP) (REFR-9002)

Participants will be eligible to write H.R.A.I. exam at the end of the course. Upon successful completion H.R.A.I. will issue interprovincial certification in CFC/HCFC/ HFC Controls and register the participant on the national data base. Please bring photo ID to class. Fee: $200 + HST 01LC 02LC 03LC

Sat Sat Sat

Sep15 Oct20 Nov17

9am-4pm 9am-4pm 9am-4pm

(C) (C) (C)

MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANIC PRE-CERTIFICATE (MOTP-9001)

Designed to prepare you for the certification exam. It will provide you with a comprehensive review of the advanced apprenticeship program. Primarily theory with some demonstration. For admission requirements call 519-452-4427. Watch for January 2013 offering.

FANSHAWE DRIVESAFE SIMULATOR TRAINING

ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION: Remedial Training is available for those employees who have had an accident or close call in a company vehicle. The environment in which the accident took place will be developed in the DriveSafe Simulator for the employee to drive, this time looking for a safer outcome. SIMULATOR TRAINING VEHICLES INCLUDE: • Ambulance – EMS • Car & SUV • Fire Apparatus – Pumper, Rescue, Aerial, Ladder • Snow Plow – Single or Tandem Wing • Step or Delivery Van • Straight Truck & Transport Truck – Dry Van, Tanker, Trains • Bus – Coach, RV, School, Transit, Shuttle Please call 519-452-4427 for more information.

Where else can you combine a Defensive Driving Course and a state-of-the-art driving simulator? Fanshawe College now offers both theory and hands-on driver instruction in one course, in one day! Delivery will be provided by trained instructors using PowerPoint and video presentations combined with interactive classroom discussion. Throughout the course you will drive many of the simulated scenarios discussed in class. The simulator experience will reflect the importance of the in class training and give the driver a chance to test their newfound skills right there on the spot. In this safe environment, experience what can happen in the real world, then discover firsthand how the lessons taught can help you or your employees avoid preventable accidents. Fee: $126.50 + HST

Our interactive simulator programs include standard scenarios developed specifically for defensive driver and accident avoidance training. Through technological advances

TERM OFFERED:

Sat

Oct20

8am-1pm

(C)

VIRTUAL SKID SCHOOL

The DriveSafe Virtual Skid School includes up to seven driver training modules; Straight Line Emergency Stopping, In

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Please call 519-452-4427 for more information.

DRIVER TRAINING

AIR BRAKE ADJUSTMENT CERTIFICATE (MOTP-9002)

DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE WITH SIMULATOR ENHANCEMENT (DRIV-9044)

01LC

CORPORATE SIMULATOR DRIVER TRAINING

Lane Control – Weather, In Lane Control – Mechanical Malfunctions, Sudden Lane Changing, Shuffle Steering Technique, Zig-Zag Control, & Skid Recovery Road Course. All modules take place on our virtual skid pad, and with each pass the driver must learn to regain control of the vehicle while travelling over increasingly slippery conditions. We’ll blow out tires, lockup the brakes, introduce thick fog, blustery snow storms and driving rain. We’ll even pummel the vehicle with wind gusts of up to 120 km/hr. Delivery of the course can be customized to include all, or part of the modules, whatever best suit your needs and timelines. Drivers will learn the theory of skid recovery and apply it on the state-ofthe-art DriveSafe Simulator. We have many vehicles to choose from so that just about any fleet driver can learn how to regain control of a skidding vehicle all in the safety of the DriveSafe Simulator.

A regulation has been passed under the Trade Qualification and Apprentice Act permitting drivers who successfully complete a course of study and obtain a certificate, to adjust the brakes on their vehicles. Fee: $136.50 + $37 MF + HST 01LC

Mon

Nov19

6-10pm

(C)

AIR BRAKE ENDORSEMENT (Z) (MECH-9007)

Gain the knowledge necessary to operate brake systems safely and detect faults in these systems. Upon successful completion of the written test, participants will take the practical test on the Saturday afternoon. After successful completion of both tests you will receive the "Z" endorsement from the Ministry of Transportation. Students must bring proof of (at least) a full "G" license. Please bring coveralls or shop coat on Saturday. Fee: $268.50 + HST

TRANSPORTATION

Provide them with the tools to create a safer working environment by taking our Professional Driver, Defensive Driving Program. Combine our Simulator training with actual on-road training experience and give your drivers the tools they need to enhance their safety.

using our simulator, drivers will be challenged and build their driving skills. Better drivers help to decrease the chances of costly and tragic workplace accidents involving fleet vehicles or the employee’s personal vehicle. The driver can drive through a variety of weather and road conditions, in the day or the night. Courses can include: in vehicle on road training, classroom, Simulator and/or Virtual Skid School. All modules can be delivered as stand alone courses or combined with our Defensive Driving Courses.

01LC Fri/Sat Sep28-Sep29 02LC Fri/Sat Oct26-Oct27 03LC Fri/Sat Nov23-Nov24 04LC Fri/Sat Dec14-Dec15 Times: Fri 6-10pm; Sat 8am-6pm

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TRANSPORTATION DRIVER ED INSTRUCTOR – IN VEHICLE PART I (DRIV-1012)

Delivered by Canadian Pro Drivers at Fanshawe College, this course combines theory and practical to enable students to obtain a Driver Education Instructor In-Vehicle license. Applicants must obtain a Driver package from the Drive/Test Center and complete all Ministry tests and OPP check (at the student’s expense). Students must register one (1) week prior to course start date. Note: Both Part I (DRIV-1012) and Part II (DRIV-3001) must be successfully completed to qualify for a license. Fee: $1,335 + $40 MF + HST 01LC Tue/Wed/Thu/Sat Nov6-Nov27 (C) Times: Tue/Wed/Thu 6-10:30pm; Sat 8am-2pm

DRIVER ED INSTRUCTOR – IN VEHICLE PART II (DRIV-3001) Pre-requisite(s): DRIV-1012

Delivered by Canadian Pro Drivers at Fanshawe College, this course combines theory and practical to enable students to complete the student’s training for a Driver Education Instructor In-Vehicle license. Students must register one (1) week prior to course start date. Note: Both Part I (DRIV-1012) and Part II (DRIV-3001) must be successfully completed to qualify for a license. Fee: $1,335 + $40 MF + HST 01LC Tue/Wed/Thu/Sat Nov28-Dec20 (C) Times: Tue/Wed/Thu 6-10:30pm; Sat 8am-2pm

FORKLIFT TRUCK DRIVER TRAINING (DRIV-9022)

Train to operate various types of forklifts safely. Classroom and practical experience will prepare you to write the certification exam. Included in the course is the Propane Handling, which certifies a driver to handle and change fuel tanks on the forklift. Fee: $241.15 + HST 01LC Tue/Thu/Sat Nov13-Nov17 Times: Tue/Thu 6-10pm; Sat 8am-10am

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TRANSPORTATION

INTRODUCTION TO MOTORCYCLING (DRIV-9057)

www.fanshawec.ca/driversed Want a glimpse into the world of motorcycles and increase your confidence before entering the M2 course? Then get a head start in this preparatory course where you will be introduced to braking, balance and clutch control. Students do not require an M1 license for this course. Students must provide a DOT approved helmet with eye protection, leather gloves (full finger), long sleeved jacket, long pants, and leather boots over the ankle (no running shoes). Please dress for the weather. If student is less than 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must attend the first half hour to co-sign the

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required waiver (The waiver can be viewed on the “driversed” web page). No refunds one (1) week prior to course start. Fee: $98.50 + HST 07LC

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Sep10

5:30-9pm

SPECIALTY COURSES

(C)

DRIVER ED – MOTORCYCLE (DRIV-9025)

www.fanshawec.ca/driversed This course prepares you to ride a motorcycle safely and enjoy the experience. This is a Canada Safety Council program sanctioned by the Ministry of Transportation. This intensive practical course is designed to progressively develop your riding skills. At the end of the course, you will be tested and if successful will receive the documentation for your M2 license. Students must obtain an M1 license prior to course start; provide a DOT approved helmet with eye protection, leather gloves (full finger), long sleeved jacket, long pants, and leather boots over the ankle (no running shoes). Please dress for the weather. If student is less than 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must attend the first half to co-sign the required waiver (the waiver can be viewed on the "driversed" web page). No refunds one (1) week prior to course start. Fee: $398.50 + $35 MF + HST 39LC Thu/Sat/Sun Sept6-Sep9 40LC Thu/Sat/Sun Sept13-Sep16 41LC Thu/Sat/Sun Sept20-Sep23 42LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct4-Oct7 43LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct11-Oct14 44LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct18-Oct21 45LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct25-Oct28 Times: Thu 6-9pm; Sat/Sun 8am-6pm

(C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C) (C)

CUSTOM PAINTING TECHNIQUES (AUTO-9005)

Learn custom painting techniques from one of the legends of the craft, Mr. (Yosemite) Sam Radoff. He has been painting custom cars and motorcycles for 35 years and has won many prestigious awards for his work. You will learn techniques for prep, composition and layout of scallops, flames, pin striping, etc. Limited space available. Students are responsible for purchasing their own supplies. Fee: $185 + HST 01LC

Wed

Sep26-Nov28

7-10pm

MOTORCYCLE REPAIR 101 (MECH-9035)

If you are mechanically inclined and would like to know how to save money by repairing, modifying or tuning your own motorcycle this course is for you. Motorcycle Repair 101 covers maintenance, troubleshooting and repairs on: engines (2 and 4 stroke), ignition and electrical circuits, suspension, wheel, drive and brake components as well as the theory behind how it all works. Fee: $149.50 + HST 01LC

Wed

Oct10-Nov21

7-10pm

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR (MECH-9010) DRIVER ED – M2 EXIT TRAINING & TEST (DRIV-9030)

www.fanshawec.ca/driversed The course is designed to prepare a rider for the M2 Exit test. Scheduled for one evening, one day. Students must have a valid M2 license and have held the M2 for a period of more than 18 months (with successful completion of Motorcycle Driver Education); 22 months without Driver Education. Students must have their own motorcycle, riding apparel, and valid insurance on Thursday evening. Students must ride and pass the M2 test on Thursday night. The required waiver (the waiver can be viewed on the "driversed" web page). Fee: $360 + $15 MF + HST 17LC Thu/Sat/Sun Sep6-Sep9 18LC Thu/Sat/Sun Sep20-Sep23 19LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct4-Oct7 20LC Thu/Sat/Sun Oct18-Oct21 Times: Thu 5:30-9pm; Sat/Sun 8am start

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Learn to repair and service small gas powered engines such as lawn mowers and chain saws. For those interested in minor repair business, small engine sales, small engine equipment, operators and homeowners. Students to bring their own small engine to course and are responsible for own consumables. Fee: $195.70 + $3 MF 01LC

Wed

(C) (C) (C) (C)

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Sep12-Nov14

7-10pm

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statement analysis. Fee: $365.30 + TB

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A+ CERTIFICATION HARDWARE (COMP-1342)

This course prepares students for careers in the computer support service field. Emphasis is on IBM and IBM-type personal computers (PCs). Students gain a greater understanding of typical PC components and their relationship to the computer's operating system and peripherals. Students will gain hands-on experience in diagnosis and troubleshooting, which helps prepare them to service PCs and related equipment. This course will assist students in preparing for the A+ hardware certification exam. Students are required to book their own certification exam date with CompTIA. Certification exams are an additional cost. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

A+ CERTIFICATION SOFTWARE (COMP-1343)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This course, along with A+ Essentials Hardware, validates knowledge of basic computer operating systems, covering skills such as installation, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting, optimizing, diagnosing and preventive maintenance, with additional elements of security and soft skills. Completion of this course and the A+ Essentials Hardware will enable students to write the core CompTIA A+ Essentials Exam 220-601. The Essentials exam validates the basic skills needed by any entry-level service technician regardless of job environment. It is the first of two exams required to achieve one of the following three designations: A+ IT Technician (exam 220-602), A+ Remote Support Technician (exam 220-603) or A+ Depot Technician (exam 220-604). Students are required to book their own certification exam date with CompTIA. Certification exams are an additional cost. Fee: $404.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1045)

This course builds on the information from Psychology I. The emphasis is on the study

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50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Examine the complex factors and conditions that contribute to various forms of abusive situations within the family. The cyclical and transactive nature of violence within partner relationships and the resulting impact on the child will be addressed. Explore the various professional roles with respect to prevention and intervention, current community response initiatives, and family, methods of helping individuals develop conflict resolution skills for replacing dysfunctional patterns. Fee: $382.22 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ACCOUNTING BASICS I (ACCT-1089)

This is part one of the financial accounting course. Topics covered include recording business transactions, preparing financial statements, end-of-period adjustments, accounting for merchandising firms, accounts receivable, cash management and an introduction to financial ratios. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ACCOUNTING BASICS II (ACCT-3043)

This is part two of the financial accounting course. Topics covered include receivables, capital assets, current and long-term liabilities, corporations, partnerships, statement of cash flow and financial

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

This course will cover the fundamental aspects of this rising star in the desktop publishing and design industry. Topics covered will include: creating master pages and single and multiple page documents with single and multiple text columns of text; importing text from various sources and flowing it into linked columns of various shapes and sizes; proper kerning/leading and spacing of text and; combining text with imported photos and graphics. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR (COMP-1447)

ABUSE & FAMILY VIOLENCE (SOCI-1059)

50LC

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ADOBE INDESIGN BASICS (COMP-1437)

of the signs and symptoms of the major mental illnesses, including bipolar disorder, major depression, schizophrenia, and personality disorders. Additionally, there are discussions about eating and sleeping disorders, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

This course will help in developing the students’ skills and knowledge in creating digital files for graphic design projects using Adobe Illustrator. As the graphic design industry changes through the development, advancement and integration of computer technology, the importance of learning Adobe Illustrator for the design and production of digital files becomes evident. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL I (COMP-1146)

This course will develop the student’s design and image creation skills using Adobe Photoshop. Students will be introduced to the tools and commands of this extremely popular digital imaging/web image program. These will include the input of photographic images, selection of specific picture areas for adjustment, use of special tools to control such functions as colorizing, blurring, distorting, adding text, combining images, and the basic process of preparing the file for outputting to hardcopy. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP LEVEL II (COMP-1171)

Further introduction to some of the more advanced concepts of Photoshop. Topics include: preparing images for print, quick mask, blending images together, preparing images for web use, colour mapping and using alpha channels. The student will explore advanced digital imaging processes for the web through the use of the tools available in Adobe’s Photoshop software. The student will continue to advance

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sensibilities towards design parameters and style, creatively develop and assess various design solutions, and execute the projects in a professional manner, to produce appealing results. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADULT LEARNING (EDUC-1059)

This course focuses on learning how to apply the principles of adult learning and to develop basic skills essential to successful instruction. This is specifically designed for teachers and trainers in all fields who present information to adults. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ADULTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES (EDUC-1063)

This course provides insight into the needs and issues of Adults with Learning Disabilities in the educational or training setting and society as a whole. You will gain general knowledge and awareness of the various exceptionalities with a primary focus on understanding adults with Learning Disabilities. Strategies and skills are explored so that educators/trainers can provide appropriate modifications and accommodations to course content, delivery and evaluation, to ensure that all learners have an opportunity to be successful. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADVANCED DESIGN PRINCIPLES (COMP-5060)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADVANCED MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (OFAD-3001)

This course is designed for transcriptionist wishing to perfect their skills in medical transcription and terminology. The main purpose of the course is to develop and refine transcription skills to a competitive level by using the learning activities included in the textbook. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TERM OFFERED:

The world has changed since the traumatic events on Sept 11, 2001. Students who are entering the world of corporate security need to be aware of the threats to Canada and the properties they will be responsible for securing. This course is designed to alert students to current and broad issues related to the field of terrorism as it affects private security, emergency planning and related matters. Other topics include bomb threats, cargo thefts, strike procedures, workplace violence, as well as health and safety issues. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ADVERTISING & SALES PROMOTION (BUSI-1081)

This course will introduce key concepts related to the promotions mix and the various components will be introduced in an IMC (integrated marketing communications) framework. Students will be introduced to a variety of creative approaches to attract attention and effectively communicate marketing messages. The role and advantages of advertising, sales promotion, public relations, direct marketing, and internet marketing will be introduced. Ethical and regulatory considerations will also be explored. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

AIR CONDITIONING & HEAT PUMPS (CIVL-1050)

Emphasis in this subject is on cooling systems and heat pumps. Students learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ANIMAL HUSBANDRY II (HLTH-1181)

This course has been designed for beginners in the animal healthcare field. Upon completion of the course the student will have basic knowledge of the anatomy, nutrition, and behaviour of the horse, pig, cow, sheep and goat. They will develop a basic understanding of veterinary diseases, especially zoonotic, and students will learn the importance of proper restraint and safety around large animals. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ALCOHOL & GAMING (SRTY-1008)

This course is divided into two parts. The first half of the course will focus on the Liquor Licence Act, including an examination of the most frequently breached sections of the Act and regulations. Enforcement powers and procedures to encourage

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

compliance with the legislation will be examined. The second half of the course will examine the Gaming Control Act, with emphasis on relevant sections of the Act, and the enforcement powers available to encourage compliance with the Act. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I FOR RPN (ANAT-1026)

This course examines the normal structure and function of the human adult. It begins with an orientation to the human body including an introduction to the concepts of complementarity, metabolism, fundamental physiological needs and homeostasis. The levels of body organization are then examined and all knowledge is then applied to the study of the integumentary, skeletal, muscle and the nervous systems. Learner preparation and learning activities are designed to promote critical thinking. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II FOR RPN (ANAT-3004)

This course continues to examine the normal structure and function of the human adult. The student relates knowledge gained in Anatomy and Physiology I to the study of the endocrine, circulatory, digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems. The concepts of water, electrolyte and acid-base balance are re-examined building on the foundation established in Anatomy and Physiology I. Learner preparation and learning activities are designed to promote critical thinking. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ART HISTORY & THEORY (ARTS-1013)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

After completing Design Basics – students have learned the essentials of design. This course will build upon that knowledge by addressing real world print design issues about colour, photo placement and resolution, file formats and choosing type. Students will learn how to communicate a clear and consistent message and will use this knowledge to create a book cover, brochure, and identity package for a client. Fee: $348.38 + TB

ADVANCED SECURITY (SRTY-5001)

This course is designed to familiarize students with early historical foundations to present day exemplars of art making. World art with an emphasis on Western art history (from renaissance to today) and minor focus on international art (Canadian, Contemporary, Asian, First Nations, Islamic, etc. is covered. Students will be expected to complete required readings, write an essay and final examination. Fee: $360.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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ONLINE LEARNING ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION (EDUC-1060)

This course is designed to give learners an overview of the processes involved in assessment and evaluation. A variety of types of evaluation will be utilized in order to understand and meet the needs of learners and stakeholders. Learners will be encouraged to evaluate their own practice as a teacher or trainer in their environment. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

AUDITING I (ACCT-3025)

This course is an introduction for students who have not had any experience in auditing and covers the auditing concepts and procedures of external auditing. The aim is for students to understand the philosophy and environment of auditing. Topics covered include an overview of auditing with special attention given to the nature and economic purpose of audits; reporting, professional standards and ethics; legal liability; audit objectives, evidence, and documentation; planning and analysis; materiality and risk; and internal control. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

AUDITING II (ACCT-1090)

This course is a continuation of Auditing I and begins with an in-depth study of internal controls. It then applies the concepts of Auditing I to the audit of sales, acquisitions, payroll, inventory and cash balances and related income statement and balance sheet accounts. Students will learn the appropriate audit procedures and audit objectives for tests of controls and tests of details of balances. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BASIC & ALGEBRAIC MATHEMATICS (MATH-1148)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This course provides students with the basic arithmetic and algebraic skills necessary for everyday life. Students will be prepared for further courses and programs where mathematics is applies. Note: This course is worth 4 credit units. Fee: $444.82 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BASIC ANIMAL HUSBANDRY (HLTH-1179)

Designed for beginners in the animal health care field. Upon completion of this course, the student will have basic knowledge of anatomy, nutrition, and behaviour of

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the dog, cat, ferret and rabbit. They will develop a basic understanding of veterinary diseases, especially zoonotic, and students will learn the importance of a clean, well organized hospital. Fee: $314.54 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BASIC VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY (PHRM-1059)

The focus of this course is on veterinary pharmacology, the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of veterinary drugs, as well as drugs most commonly used in veterinary medicine, so that the student can develop the necessary vocabulary and understanding of pharmacology to work effectively within a veterinary hospital. The regulations which govern veterinary drugs as well as basic pharmacy skills will be covered. Fee: $314.54 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BASIC QUARK XPRESS (COMP-1439) Pre-requisite(s): Introduction to Computers or equivalent

Discover fundamental aspects of this traditional industry standard in desktop publishing and design. Topics include: creating master pages; single and multiple page documents, single and multiple columns of text; importing text and flowing it into linked columns of various shapes and sizes; proper kerning/leading; spacing of text; combining text with imported photos and graphics; changing font or photo sizes and rearranging elements within a page. Software: Quark XPress 5.5 or higher. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BEGINNING MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION (OFAD-1014)

This is a beginning medical transcription course designed to provide students with a working knowledge of transcription of medical reports. Transcription is taking the spoken word and turning it into a written document. Case studies are provided so that the student will gain knowledge in the transcribing of various medical reports. Medical reports will be transcribed from ten individual case studies, each of which concerns an inpatient with a specific medical problem. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT & CRISIS INTERVENTION (BSCI-1086)

The emphasis is on developing understanding of the principles of basic behaviour management and crisis prevention common to all helping relationships. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

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Sep7-Dec14

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BEHAVIOURAL SKILL BUILDING (HLTH-1124)

This course presents a comprehensive review of procedures for choosing and organizing curriculum for students with autism of various ages. A review of basic behaviour principles and teaching strategies will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on curriculum development such as the utilization of the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS). Curriculum development will be discussed with an emphasis on speech and language, social and play skills, personal care skills and inclusion into less restrictive environments. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION (MGMT-1227)

Benefits and their administration in business are examined, including such topics as the Canada Pension Plan, Workers' Compensation, government health plans, and pension programs. Life, accident and health insurance, other than that, which is provided by the government, are studied. This course also covers contractual benefits such as rest periods, vacations and sick leaves and volunteer benefits such as social, recreational, and cultural activities and counseling. Additional topics include costing, program design, E.A.P.'s and special programs such as retirement planning and fitness projects. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BROKERAGE & LOGISTICS I (LAWS-1034)

This course introduces the student to the Import and Export Business, concentrating on the Customs Brokerage Industry in Canada. Also, the course looks at the movement of goods, geographical problems that may occur in transportation, and a look at general transportation systems. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BROKERAGE & LOGISTICS II (LAWS-3039)

This course furthers the student’s knowledge in the Import and Export Business, concentrating on the Customs Brokerage and Transportation Industry in Canada. Also the course looks at the movement of goods, geographical problems that may occur in transportation and general transportation systems. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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(OL)


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BORDER SERVICES (PFLP-3014)

The first part of this course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of Canada Customs as it pertains to the duties of Customs Officers: the Customs Act as it relates to the movement of persons and goods into and out of Canada. The second part is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the Employment and Immigration Canada as it relates to the administration and enforcement of the Immigration Act and Regulations with particular emphasis on the admissibility and inadmissibility of persons entering Canada. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 1 (COMM-1107)

The course is intended to introduce the learner to Braille, to develop basic skills necessary to read and write alphabetic Braille, and to develop basic skills in the use of the Perkins Brailler. Successful completion of this course should prepare the learner to continue with Braille Level 2. Student must have access to a Perkins Brailler. Fee: $213.02 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 2 (COMM-3061)

The course is intended for the intermediate level Braille learner, to develop basic skills necessary to read and write contracted Braille, and to develop skills in the use of the Perkins Brailler and Slate and Stylus. Successful completion of this course should prepare the student to continue to Braille Level 3. Student must have a Perkins Brailler and a Slate and Stylus-available from CNIB. Fee: $263.78 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 3 (COMM-5017)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BUILDING & MAINTAINING CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIPS (MGMT-1194)

In this course, students develop an understanding of customer service and the skills associated with understanding the needs of customers, meeting those needs, and fostering and environment that encourages customers to return. The course is of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or external, on a daily basis. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

BUSINESS COMMUNICATION II (COMM-3035)

Employers are looking for employees who possess strong analytical skills and good written and oral communication skills. The first step in applying these skills is in the job search process. Understanding how problems can be solved will be transferred to the job search, report writing and oral communication components of the course. Report-writing skills involving detailed problem solving will be applied in this course. Finally, the ability to speak confidently about a variety of topics to various group sizes is of crucial importance. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

BUSINESS LAW I (LAWS-1061)

This course prepares students for a business environment increasingly impacted by laws. It teaches students to have an appreciation for how laws must be understood and used by management in the conduct of business and provide them with an ability to analyze a business situation from a general legal perspective. Emphasis is placed on contracts, torts, employment law, business organizations, human rights, creditor's rights, and marketing law. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

BRAILLE LEVEL 4 (COMM-5018)

The course is intended for the advanced Braille learner, to learn the identification and use of Braille forms which convey a variety of print symbols and formats experienced in classroom Braille reading and writing. Successful completion of this course, along with Braille Level 1, 2 and 3 should prepare the student to apply for an "Acknowledgement of Completion" as

TERM OFFERED:

BUSINESS REPORT WRITING (WRIT-1062)

The student learns how to structure written reports from memos to formal presentations in a way that is precise, clear and easy to read. This course is ideal for anyone who finds the report writing demands of the job outstrip their training. The student learns mastery of reports

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Winter

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through a series of ten assignments ranging from simple memos to formal reports – all under the guidance of a professional writer. Demands on the student are high, but the results are worth it. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

BUSINESS WRITING STRATEGIES (WRIT-1059)

In this course, students develop practical writing skills using technology for successful communication in business. They learn how to compose business correspondence including e-mails, memoranda, letters, and reports with a focus on routine, persuasive, and negative messages. The course includes a review of grammar and mechanics. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CALCULUS PREP MATHEMATICS I (MATH-1152)

This course provides students with the basic skills, terminology and understanding of the pre-requisite topics required for introductory mathematics at a university level. Advanced algebraic expressions, sets, functions and linear systems will be covered. If this course is to be used as preparatory credit for university courses it should be submitted to the University for approval prior to registration. Fee: $512.50 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (CRIM-1027)

Today's law enforcement professionals must be able to apply the laws of Canada and those of the provinces. Therefore, students require more than a basic understanding of the Canadian justice system and how it applies to the field of law enforcement. In this course, students acquire foundational knowledge and skills related to the development, structure and practical operation of the Canadian criminal justice system. The course is geared towards students who will become practioners in the criminal justice field and will require knowledge of their role in relation to the justice process as a whole. Throughout the course, students will have an opportunity to critically analyze the various components of the justice system, as well as examine the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the system. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

The course is intended for the intermediate Braille learner, to complete basic skills necessary to read and write contracted Braille, and to develop skills in the use of the Perkins Brailler. Successful completion of this course should prepare the student to continue with Braille Level 4. Perkins Brailler required. Fee: $263.78 + TB

a Braillist, if they have registered through Mohawk College. Fee: $263.78 + TB

(OL) (OL)

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

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and technologies. The course focuses on network terminology and protocols, localarea networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), Open System Interconnection (OSI) models, cabling and cabling tools, Ethernet, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing, and network standards. An emphasis is placed on Ethernet, one of the most widely accepted and implemented networking standards. Fee: $506.30 + TB

CANADIAN LAW & PROVINCIAL LEGISLATION (LAWS-1060)

This course is designed to introduce the participants to the fundamental concepts of Canada's legal system. The students will learn how laws are defined, created, implemented and interpreted to provide solutions to problems. Various Acts impacting emergency communications will be examined and "on the job" implications explored. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

(OL)

CANADIAN POLITICS (POLI-1007)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Child Development I provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles of human development: the study of how people change over time. Part One introduces the student to the beginnings of the study of human development: research methods and designs, theories of development, the workings of heredity, and sequences of development from conception to birth. Part Two examines the development of the child during the first two years of life, the rapid and radical changes during this relatively brief period, individual differences in patterns of development, and inter-relations between the child and his/her world. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

CHILD DEVELOPMENT II (ECED-3034)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

Child Development II continues the study of the principles of human development. Growth and development from preschoolage through adolescence will be examined. Part One introduces the student to the rapid expansion of abilities in all developmental domains during the years from 2-6. Part Two examines the stage of "developmental integration", the middle years, age 7-11. Part Three studies the complicated and challenging adolescent period of life, from age 12-20. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 1: INTRO TO NETWORKING (INFO-1134)

This is an introductory course designed to introduce networking terminology, models

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= 7 days before first class

(OL)

This course focuses on initial router configuration, IOS Software management, routing protocol configuration, TCP/IP, and access control lists (ACLs). Students will develop skills on how to configure a router, manage IOS software, configure routing protocols, and set access control lists to control data flow on a network. Fee: $506.30 + TB

CHILD DEVELOPMENT I (ECED-1056)

50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 2: ROUTING (INFO-3088)

An overview of Canadian politics covering the structure of Canadian Government, the practice of politics and a background of major political issues. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

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50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 3: SWITCHING (INFO-5078)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CISCO CERT. NETWORK ASSOCIATE 4: WIDE AREA NETWORKS (INFO-3087)

This course focuses on advanced IP addressing techniques (Network Address Translation, Port Address Translation and DHCP), WAN technology and terminology such as PPP, ISDN, DDR, Frame Relay, Network Management and an introduction to optical networking. Network design and implementation will be discussed with an emphasis on network security and reliability. The theoretical concepts will be reinforced with extensive hand-on exercises. Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CLASSROOM SKILLS (EDUC-1052)

Classroom Skills is designed to familiarize the Educational Assistant with English, Mathematics and other subject areas of the

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CO-DEPENDENCY AS AN ADDICTION (HLTH-3026)

This online course provides an overview of how individuals can become addicted to others and relationships. It will examine the personalities of abusers and those who are abused. How individuals with complimentary personality disorders unite and form bonds will be examined. Object Relations Theory and how women and men are unconsciously drawn to abusive partners because of personality disorders caused by childhood abuse or neglect will be the focal point of this course. Students will learn how individuals with co-dependent personalities can become capable of breaking free from the cycle many get caught in. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

This course focuses on Advanced IP address techniques, Variable Length Subnet Masking (VLSM), intermediate routing protocols (RIP v2, single area OSPF, EIGRP), command line interface configuration of switches, Ethernet switching, Virtual Local Area Network (VLANs), Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), and VLAN Trucking Protocol (VTP). Students will learn how to design and configure networks using switches and VLANs. More advanced filtering skills will be taught to add to the student’s ability to design secure networks using VLSM. Fee: $506.30 + TB 50LC

Ontario Curriculum. Lessons focus upon the strategies and skills Ed. Assistants may use to assist students’ development of curriculum expectations. Issues related to concrete materials and technology will also be addressed. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMFORT MEASURES (BSCI-1205)

Component of the Palliative Care Certificate. The focus will be on comfort measures for the terminally ill patient. There will be an emphasis placed on promoting a realistic independence for the client based on his/her support systems. Fee: $208.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATION/PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES (COMM-1093)

The professional home inspector is required, both verbally and in writing, to describe the inspection process and communicate inspection findings to the client. It is imperative that the home inspector be able to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding of an inspection, once conducted. Students in this subject develop their oral and written communication skills, and learn the reporting requirements and proper conduct required of a professional in this industry. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES (ECE) (COMM-1061)

Communication skills, both written and oral are vital in the day-to-day life of a professional early childhood educator. Staff in early childhood education settings are frequently required to create written documents as a means of sharing information with parents, professionals

= 14 days after first class

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and community members. As well, strong communication skills enhance the image of staff in child care settings as a professional group of people. This course will assist students in developing some of the communication skills necessary to succeed both in the post-secondary academic environment and in the professional world. The students will learn how to research a topic, document sources using the MLA method, organize and write a formal research paper. A special emphasis will be placed on the concepts of academic integrity and the avoidance of plagiarism. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATIONS II – LAW ENFORCEMENT (CRIM-1013)

Police Foundations Communications II focuses on the enhancement of communication skills frequently used by police officers. In this advanced course, students write notebook entries and reports following guidelines used by police agencies. They will complete exercises that familiarize them with professional communication practices including business writing. The students will develop and enhance their reading and listening skills and acquire effective workshop presentation skills. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

COMMUNICATIONS & INVESTIGATIVE REPORT WRITING (WRIT-1060)

This course is designed to familiarize students with the foundational components of investigative report writing. More specifically, this course examines many procedures that are used during an investigation and the relevant importance of providing written investigative narratives. In addition, students will be introduced to advanced avenues of enquiry that are reliant on effective communications and investigative report writing. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNICATIONS I (ENGL-1042)

Communication remains an essential skill sought by employers, regardless of discipline or field of study. Using a practical, vocation-oriented approach, students focus on meeting the requirements of effective communication. Through a combination of lectures, exercises, and independent learning, students practice writing, speaking, reading, listening, locating and documenting information, and using technology to communicate professionally. Students develop and strengthen communication skills that contribute to success in both educational and workplace environments. Fee: $365.30 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

COMMUNICATIONS II (ENGL-3018)

A continuation of the studies begun in ENL1813, this course develops students’ skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing at a more advanced level. Focus is placed on the forms, conventions and strategies of written and oral communication in the context of the workplace. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

TERM OFFERED:

(OL)

COMMUNITY & SOCIAL SERVICES (CRIM-1012)

This course will explore the structure and administration of community organizations and social services that operate within and adjacent to the criminal justice system. The course will further explore the issues, trends, and legislations that impact on Community Social Services. The student will be required to perform 40 hours of direct community study while applying knowledge obtained through the course modules. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNITY POLICING I (CRIM-1020)

This course introduces students to theory and models of community policing and their applications. Problem-solving models and the role of alternative dispute resolution strategies will be examined. Community development and community involvement in dispute resolution, as well public relations and media relations, will be explored. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMMUNITY POLICING II (CRIM-1026)

This advanced course will allow students to apply and demonstrate crime prevention; problem oriented policing strategies and apply elements of volunteerism. Students will be required to assess a community problem and develop, implement and evaluate results to resolve a community problem. Students will also explore the relationship between community policing and police complaints. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1222)

This course provides the student with the foundation of the reward systems found in all organizations, whether profit

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

50LC 51LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7

(OL) (OL)

COMPUTERS 1 – INTRO (COMP-1016)

This course will familiarize students with both the hardware and software of their computer system. Graduates will be able to use the most common functions of the WINDOWS operating system including the WINDOWS Explorer program for file management and will be able to identify security risks and protect their computers from malware. Graduates will be able to build properly formatted documents using Microsoft Word and spreadsheets including correctly functioning formulas using Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Works is NOT acceptable for use on the course. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMPUTERS 2 (COMP-1433)

This course will provide the student with more advanced and related skills in constructing spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel, developing presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint and creating, maintaining and publishing a database using Microsoft Access. Students completing this course will have a well-rounded knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION (COMP-1393)

This course will teach microcomputer skills for the EA candidate’s own use and for the effective assistance of students with their own computer literacy and use of computers to access and learn other curriculum. If you do not have adequate basic computer skills (word processing and internet searching), you must take an introductory computer course. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14

or not-for-profit. The course examines both the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function, with special consideration of the major factors that influence the actual design of a compensation system. Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL)

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT (CRIM-1022)

Develop the ability to intervene in conflict and crisis situations commonly encountered in policing. The conflict will be examined from its inception through police intervention. Problem solving and non-violent intervention techniques along with intervention strategies directed toward specific police related incidents

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ONLINE LEARNING will be addressed. Learn to recognize behaviour patterns that may lead to violent encounters and the appropriate legal responses in these encounters. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS & DOCUMENTS (CONS-1050)

This course is an introduction to the principles of contract law as they relate to the construction industry. The various types of construction contracts and bidding documents are introduced and examined. This subject builds upon the principles of contract law and introduces standard forms used in the construction industry issued by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee and the Canadian Construction Association. Fee: $291.98 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CONTEMPORARY CANADIAN SOCIAL PROBLEMS (CRIM-1010)

In this course, current social science paradigms and theories will be used as a framework for analysis of contemporary social issues relevant to vocations in police services. Topics such as crime, violence, abuse, social stratification, ageism, and racism will be included. The course focus will be on how individual behaviours collectively create social issues. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CREATING A CORPORATE SERVICE (CORP-1001)

This course reviews the basics of corporate culture and how corporate culture impacts on customer service. Areas of study will include service environment, organizational openness, and influencing others to adopt a service culture. Participants will create a customer service culture action plan, based on identifying gaps between current and desired practices, as a project in this course. Fee: $280.70 + TB

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CREATING A DEMENTIA CARE SKILL KIT (HLTH-1174)

This course allows participants to explore a variety of dementia care skills including creating meaningful programs and activities, therapeutic caregiving strategies, needs communication messaging models (NCM), life stories, and compassionate communication. Fee: $246.86 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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CREATING WEB PAGES WITH HTML 1 (COMP-1140)

Students will learn some of the most important topics of HTML, from the basics of creating Web pages with graphics and links, using tables, and controlling page layout with frames, to more advanced topics including cascading style sheets, adding pre-written JavaScript to your HTML documents, creating a multimedia Web page, and creating a Web page with forms. Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CREATING WEB PAGES WITH HTML 2 (COMP-1053)

Applying your knowledge of HTML and web page design this course covers Dynamic HTML. Topics covered include Cascading Style Sheets, controlling content dynamically, positioning with DHTML, implementing advanced DHTML features and structuring data with XML. Fee: $337.10 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CREATIVE WRITING – BEGINNERS (WRIT-1064)

Beginner writers and those with previous writing experience will hone their skills, benefit from a series of exercises and get involved in creative writing and critical reading. Workshop your own exercises and stories and receive valuable critique from fellow participants and the instructor. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ICON LEGEND:

= Certificate Program

50LC 52LC

This is a course for people who have finished Creative Writing – Beginners or for people who have some writing and critiquing experience of their own. Participants should have 2-3 story-length pieces (approx. 5-10 pages or slightly longer if novel segments) of their own writing to workshop over the term and will be required to read the same number of submissions by fellow participants. Students are will also be expected to provide critiques of each other's work that are more detailed than the ones required in the "Beginners" course. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL & CIVIL LAW (CRIM-1015)

= Online

= In a Day

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

CRIMINAL CODE (CRIM-1016)

This course will introduce students to the most common Criminal Code offences. Offences against the person, property, weapons and public order offences will be examined. Students will apply knowledge acquired in Criminal and Civil Law to be able to determine the facts in issue for the offences discussed. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL CODE & CIVIL LAW (CRIM-1030)

This course will enable a student to analyze the elements of an offence, to classify offences and to identify possible defences in criminal cases. This course will also enable a student to analyze the rights and obligations of citizens involving areas of civil law. Students will recognize the responsibilities and limitations of citizens, law enforcement officials and police officers in light of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Students will develop legal research and analysis skills to locate, interpret and apply statute and case law. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

CREATIVE WRITING – INTERMEDIATE (WRIT-3008)

This course will enable the student to analyze the elements of an offence, to

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classify offences and to identify possible defences in criminal cases. This course will also enable the student to analyze the rights and obligations of citizens involving areas of civil law. The student will recognize the responsibilities and limitations of citizens and police officers in light of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. The student will develop legal research and analysis skills to locate, interpret and apply statue and case law. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL CODE & FEDERAL STATUTES (CRIM-1021)

Students will analyze elements of offences related to weapons and the Firearms Act, controlled drugs and substances and the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Provisions of other Federal Statutes and their relationship with the Criminal Code will also be examined. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL LAW – LEGAL ADMIN (LAWS-1058)

This course is designed to create a better understanding of the criminal justice system. Students will discuss the basic fundamentals of Criminal Law. It is intended as an introductory course on criminal law for those students with little or no

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background in the subject matter. The changing demands of modern society create the need to understand the criminal process from the commission of a crime to the time punishment is imposed. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY – CRIMINAL MINDS (PSYC-3015)

This course further explores issues discussed in Criminal Psychology – Psychopathic Minds, and compares and explains psychological models as they relate to criminology. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY – PSYCHOPATHIC MINDS (PSYC-3014)

What makes a psychopath tick? Are they born that way, or are they products of society? Are serial killers really possessed with evil, or do they know exactly what they are doing? In this course, students will study how and why some individuals become criminals and why some actually become killers. You will study what is known about serial killers, stalkers, rapists and criminals. Also, the latest techniques used in criminal profiling and questioning will be examined. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

CRIMINOLOGY (CRIM-1006)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CRITICAL & CREATIVE THINKING (MGMT-1103)

Critical thinking and creative thinking are skills that are valued in every company and organization. You will practice creative thinking techniques that will help you learn to think creatively, and apply these skills to a

TERM OFFERED:

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CRITICAL THINKING (LIBS-1005)

This course gives you the opportunity to sharpen your critical thinking skills. It will help you to recognize how your own hidden assumptions, values, and biases affect your decision making. In this collaborative environment, you will analyze the manipulative techniques used by individuals, vested interest groups and the media. You learn how to identify false arguments and misleading arguments. In addition, you write argument papers in which you trace the history of a social/ political issue in Canadian society, and present arguments, supported by research, that take a stand on the issue. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

CULTS & TERRORISM (SOCI-1041)

This course will focus on conformity issues surrounding religious fundamentalism, sects, cults and terrorist groups. The reasons why people join and why they may have a difficult time leaving will be examined. Society's contributions to supporting cultic groups will be explored. Strategies for protecting individuals and vulnerable populations from cultic and terrorist activity will be developed. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

The course addresses 4 or 5 contemporary educational issues reflecting current thinking and learner concerns. Each topic is explored and discussed by participants, and there is a final project. Participants have an opportunity to suggest some topic choices reflecting issues and trends of interest to them. There is no final examination and no text is required. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

In Curriculum Development I, students will be introduced the principles and guidelines early childhood educators use to design developmentally appropriate and inclusive programs for young children. Special emphasis will be placed on the roles of play, creativity, inclusiveness and literacy in the development of curriculum which addresses all areas of children’s development – physical, psycho-social and cognitive. Students will explore the components of curriculum which address the specific needs of children between birth and age two. Using an activity plan form, they will plan, implement and evaluate an activity for an infant or toddler. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT III (ECED-5009)

In Curriculum Development III, students will use the principles and guidelines of curriculum development to design developmentally appropriate and inclusive programs for preschool and school age children. Emphasis will continue to be placed on the roles of play, creativity, literacy and inclusiveness in the development of curriculum which addresses all areas of children’s development – physical, cognitive and psycho-social (areas of exploration will be specific to children between birth and 12 years). Within this age range a variety of subjects related to the cognitive domain will be studied. Individual, small and large group (circle-time) activities will be investigated as well as emergent curriculum and week-long program planning. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION I (LAWS-1035)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION II (LAWS-3040)

A course that gives the student an indepth look into the working and practice of Customs Administration. A working knowledge of Customs requirements in reference to Regulations and administration of the Importation and Exportation of goods is stressed. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

An Introductory course in the application of legislation and regulations governing Canada Boarder Services Agency and the Import/Export community utilize in the Importation and Exportation of goods. Fee: $348.38 + TB

CURRENT ISSUES IN ADULT EDUCATION (EDUC-1050)

50LC

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT I (ECE) (ECED-1057)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This course provides an examination of various theoretical explanations of criminal and deviant behaviour including the sociological, biological and psychological perspectives. Criminological theory is related to various types of criminal activity. The reality of crime in Canada including victimology is examined through crime statistics as are the correlations of criminal behaviour. The impact of theory on the development and effectiveness of the criminal justice system is discussed with emphasis on future trends within the system. Fee: $280.70 + TB

work environment. Throughout this course, you will also have the opportunity to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills to help analyze and respond appropriately to a wide variety of personal and work situations. This course includes a combination of class and independent study hours. This course includes a combination of class and independent study hours. Fee: $280.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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ONLINE LEARNING CYBERNATION: UNDERSTANDING TECHNOLOGY (SOCI-1058)

DESCRIPTIVE & ACCESS CATALOGING II (INFO-3107)

This course introduces students to developments in technology and to what motivates and drives these developments. It discusses how new technologies influence the way in which we work and live, and how we can understand and manage current technological change. In on-line discussions and through a research project students will debate and analyze the dangers and promises of new technological developments in communications, biomedical applications, environmental and genetic engineering. Cybernation is a Webbased course offered entirely on- line. All the materials needed for the course are available on the course pages and the WWW. To take this course, students will need a reliable access to the Internet and the willingness and self-discipline to work on-line. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DATABASE DESIGN FOR INFORMATION WORKERS (INFO-1159)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE (BUSI-1061)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

Understanding people and being able to work with them, no matter what type of people they are, is one of the major keys to management and life success. Through this course, you should be able to identify and cope with some of the most difficult behavior you will encounter. Other topics include personality styles, establishing rapport, body language, matching and mirroring techniques, and the skills necessary to feel totally connected with anyone you choose. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

DENTAL TERMINOLOGY (DENT-1044)

Develop sound knowledge of dental terms, with an emphasis on anatomy, disease terms, and instrumentation. Terminology specific to infection control, pain management, tooth restorations, prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics, pedodontics, and malocclusion is included. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

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DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1031)

This course continues the application of MARC coding and Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules to the creation of the descriptive portion of bibliographic and authority records. Students examine form and choice of entry, cataloguing applications of the World Wide Web, sources of cataloguing copy in an automated environment and critically appraise public access catalogues. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DESIGN BASICS (COMP-1438)

Have you ever needed to design your own business card or a flyer for an event? If so, this is the course for you. Design Basics will give you the building blocks of design. You will learn about fonts, different layout techniques, and simple layout concepts essential to effective graphic design. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Examine relational databases and their role in library and information work. Learn to create a database, enter and edit records, search for information and create simple reports. MS Access 2007 required. Not open to students with MS Access User Level 1. Fee: $229.94 + TB 50LC

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Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DEVELOPING A GRAPHIC DESIGN PORTFOLIO (DESG-1068)

This course will focus on the research, compilation, design philosophy and publication of a Graphic Design Portfolio, in both print and electronic forms. Focus is placed on the creation and design of a student-specific industry portfolio, which can be used in conjunction with a Graphic Design accreditation for the purpose of finding employment and/or placements. Fee: $343.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DEVELOPING CLIENT SERVICE TEAMS (MGMT-1234)

In this course, students will explore the importance of building a quality service delivery team that will ensure that service is provided in a stellar fashion and that helps employees to buy into both corporate culture and strategies and that deliver the bottom line that stakeholders are hoping to achieve. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DEVELOPING WEB APPLICATION WITH ASP.NET & C# (COMP-1446)

Building on fundamentals of C# programming, this course introduces students to Web application development and database connectivity. Coursework emphasizes how to create the basic, dynamic, and advanced ASP.NET pages in Microsoft's new C# programming language, and how to interact with the database using ADO.NET. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 3 days before first class

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

This course offers the student a survey of developmental psychology, covering topics across the human lifespan, from infancy through to old age. Through readings and lecture material, students will examine theories of child development and the research that bears on these theories. Students will also examine development across the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive domains. Finally, students will address major themes in the study of developmental psychology, including: the nature-nurture issue; the effects of early experience; and continuity – discontinuity in developmental change. Fee: $363.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

DISPUTE RESOLUTION (SOSC-1005)

This course surveys the major methods currently in use by organizations for resolving disputes by situating alternative dispute resolution in its historical, social and legal context. Various ADR techniques will be examined and compared, and participants will be provided with an overview of ADR mechanisms, their advantages and disadvantages, and recognize the appropriate situations in which to apply them. Special emphasis is placed on developing mediation skills. Critical issues such as getting parties to the table, ethical issues of the mediation process, power imbalances, the appropriateness of mediation and issues of culture, race and gender are addressed. Participants also examine a range of formal and informal dispute resolution models currently in use by organizations. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DIVERSITY & FIRST NATIONS (SOCI-3015)

In this course students will critically identify and examine issues in diversity. Specifically, students will focus on topics pertaining to inequality in various social settings, including but not limited to: race, gender, ethnicity, class, and sexual orientation. Incorporating social/legal explanations of diversity, students will develop a clear understanding of the impacted groups and possible strategies of community empowerment. This course will increase knowledge and awareness of important issues in the Aboriginal cultures of Canada. The legal status of Aboriginal people will be explored along with the Aboriginal rights and self-determination. Other critical issues relating to land claims, justice and social services will be studied. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 14 days after first class

(OL)

= 1 business day before third class


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DOMESTIC & WORKPLACE VIOLENCE (SOCI-1044)

This course will examine conflict resolution strategies and where they work to reduce incidents of violent behaviour such as abuse relationships, confrontation in the workplace and violence in the schools. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course emphasizes the skills necessary for developing an original short dramatic script idea. Providing a structured developmental process, we will begin with researching and evaluating story concepts, writing an outline, treatment and first draft, followed by revision and polishing of a final draft which will be marketed for sale before the end of the term. Script formats and terminology specific to film, television and radio will be covered, with emphasis on film, along with intellectual property protection issues, marketing, and developing the tools necessary to sustain a writing career. Fee: $280.70 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DREAMWEAVER – INTRO (COMP-1148)

This course will provide an introduction to Dreamweaver including: understanding and customizing the DW working environment, creating sites and documents, linking and navigation, site management, typography, images, tables, using layers, using frames, creating forms. Advanced topics will include CSS (cascading style sheets), rollovers and behaviours. Knowledge of HTML is recommended. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DREAMWEAVER – ADVANCED (COMP-5058)

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

DYNAMIC WEB SITES WITH AMP (APACHE, MySQL & PHP) (COMP-1450)

This is a specialized course which addresses current trends and technology to create dynamic and secure ecommerce websites easily. It focuses using the AMP (Apache web server with PHP scripting and a MySQL

TERM OFFERED:

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

You will develop an understanding of various emergency plans/procedures and your responsibility as identified in those plans. You will become aware of the resources available within the emergency response community. The information taught in this course is specific to the Emergency Response field. Students will learn unique information concerning response to emergency and how to manage them. Fee: $269.42 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES (COMM-1112)

This course is designed to provide students with a good understanding of Canadian criminal law. It will examine pertinent sections

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course will focus on prepress issues, including font, trapping and colour management issues that can stand in the way of getting the results you need from the printing process. A basic overview of current printing methods and preflight technologies will also be included in the course. Fee: $258.70 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP (BUSI-1112)

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (EMGT-5001)

50LC

50LC

50LC

This online course introduces various forms of electronic publishing. You will explore both the use and creation process of basic web design, PowerPoint, still and motion screen recording, blogs and RSS readers. Fee: $314.54 + TB Sep7-Dec14

This course will focus on bringing the PERSON back to personal care. Participants will learn to develop specialized non-verbal communication techniques, facilitate enhancement of workplace interpersonal skills and bridge communications between professional and family caregivers. Fee: $246.86 + TB

ENSURING SUCCESSFUL PRINTING RESULTS (DESG-1067)

ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING & EMERGING LIBRARY TECHNOLOGIES (COMP-1441)

50LC

(OL)

(OL)

This subject prepares students to inspect the performance of the following components of electrical systems within residential buildings: service drops, grounding systems, service panels, wiring systems, devices, and fixtures. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

ENHANCING COMMUNICATION & INTERPERSONAL SKILLS IN DEMENTIA CARE (COMM-1112)

ELECTRICAL INSPECTION (CIVL-1047)

50LC

50LC

(OL)

This course focuses on the methodology of teaching and training techniques and program planning to the developmentally challenged population. Learn how to create a client educational profile, develop a training program, select appropriate recreational activities, and plan and implement recreational programs. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the impact on Canadian criminal procedure. The student will learn the powers of arrest, search and seizure under Canadian law and will learn to work in a manner that is consistent will all relevant legislation. Fee: $348.38 + TB

This subject has been developed to introduce students to the disposition, concepts and skills necessary to express their entrepreneurial spirit in the form of a business. An examination of an entrepreneur and entrepreneurship will be supplemented by an examination of the expression of entrepreneurism in the business world. Contemporary expressions of entrepreneurism and entrepreneurism, their contribution to the economy, their role in the changing workplace, and their role in global business will also be explored. Students will complete an entrepreneurial business plan in stages throughout the course. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

A continuation from the introduction course, curriculum is designed for the serious or professional web page designer. Concepts explored include search engine placement; working with templates; JavaScript and behaviours; Custom Cascading Styles; three part rollovers; using library items; extending Dreamweaver and much more. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

50LC

EDUCATIONAL & RECREATIONAL PROGRAMMING (RECN-1033)

DRAMATIC SCRIPTWRITING (BRJR-1035)

50LC

database) freely available open source software. The course teaches the students how to install and develop applications with PHP (Apache being the web server and MySQL as a back end database server). The knowledge gained in this course can be used easily to other architectures. Fee: $427.34 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENSHIP (ENVR-1016)

Based on the general principles of national citizenship, environmental citizenship goes beyond national borders to emphasize global environmental rights and responsibilities – to focus on both conservation of and planned sustainable use of our planet’s resources, as well as the recognition that environmental

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ONLINE LEARNING health is a pre-requisite to human health. Environmental citizenship is a personal commitment to learning more about the environment and to taking responsible environmental action. This course is a journey into adopting attitudes and behaviours that foster global environmental responsibility. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT, AN INTRODUCTION (ENVR-1025)

This course facilitates the development of analytical and evaluation skills required in the management of environmental issues. Students gain a better understanding of the complexity of environmental policies, legislation procedures, and familiarity with the implications and effects of environmental management strategies. The application and development of site inspections and program auditing are explored to assist in the recognition and analysis of potential environmental risks as they would apply in the development of an environmental management system. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ESSENTIALS IN HEALTH RECORDS MANAGEMENT (OFAD-1012)

Designed to study the record keeping practices in the hospital and physician's office. Emphasis is placed on hospital and medical staff organization, patient record content, procedures in filing, numbering and retention of patient records, qualitative analysis, release of information, forms control and design, indexes and registers, reimbursements, regulatory and accrediting agencies, and alternate health care delivery systems. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

This course covers the core elements needed for creative writing. Students gain an understanding of the process of creative writing including theme, setting, plotting, characterization, and the use of dialogue, enabling them to successfully discover their writer's voice and build confidence in their writing abilities. Fee: $382.22 + TB

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

cultural implications. You will learn how to provide empathetic and sensitive care to client, family and significant others. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ETHICAL/LEGAL & SPIRITUAL CONCERNS (BSCI-1204)

This course provides an overview of ethical, legal and spiritual concerns in palliative care. Explore the theories of death and dying in relation to various life stages and

ICON LEGEND:

(OL)

ETHICS & ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP (SOCI-1054)

The student will focus on three crucial areas of contemporary Canadian professional and social life: citizenship, employability and ethics. The student will learn about their rights and responsibilities as members of your communities, in local, national and global contexts. This course will suggest a variety of ways in which you can become involved in those communities through community passport activities within the course. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM (HLTH-1167)

This course will introduce the foundations of ethical thinking and will review the different perspectives and rationale for ethical decision-making within a behavioral framework. Students will be introduced to professional codes of ethics that are essential for ethical practice. They will learn how to think critically and apply general ethical principles to particular situations through the use of case studies, practice vignettes, structured exercises and group discussions. This course will provide participant with the basis for developing ethical guidelines for practice, examining areas related to legislative acts, an overview of the BACB速 guidelines of responsible conduct for a behaviour analyst and the ONTABA/ABA standards of practice. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EVENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES (MGMT-3062)

This course enables students to gain understanding and skill in the processes involved in overall management of events. Critical path, goal development and program administration are explored. In addition, emphasis is placed on task diagnosis, time frames, analysis of work problems and alternative work designs for improving the organizational performance and effectiveness of events. Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

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ESSENTIALS OF WRITING FICTION (WRIT-1057)

50LC

519-452-4444 ce@fanshawec.ca

= Certificate Program

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EVENT PLANNING & PROTOCOL (PLAN-1022)

This course contains two distinct but related sections. The first section will provide the students with a practical

= Online

= In a Day

foundation in planning an event. Critical aspects of event planning will be discussed including themes, food and beverage planning, cost control, menus, quantity needs, service options, and room setup. In the second section, we will address key issues involved in protocol when planning hospitality events, including the proper use of titles, seating, levels of service and security. The purpose and role of media in organizing an event will also be discussed. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES I (PSYC-1059)

"Introduction to Exceptionalities" will discuss the special education field factors affecting it and the rights and general approaches to students with exceptionalities, their parents, professionals & support staff. "Behavioural & Emotional Challenged" will deal with students with serious behavioural and/or emotional challenges & appropriate approaches (minor to major) to their education & behaviour management (e.g. crisis intervention). Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES II (PSYC-3013)

This course will detail the types of communications exceptionalities and implications of these for students with communications challenges in an educational setting, and cross reference related, previously-learned material (e.g. behaviour management) and other aspects of communications. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXCEPTIONALITIES III (PSYC-5018)

"Intellectually Challenged" will describe intellectual challenges, team roles, expectations, skills and supports for individuals who are intellectually challenged. "Physically Challenged" will describe various types of physical challenges and how to effectively assist students with physical challenges. "Multiple Challenged" will describe multiple challenges, roles, exceptions, skills and supports for individuals with multiple challenges. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXPLORING DEMENTIA CARE (HLTH-1173)

This course will focus on the philosophy of care, specifically holistic care within a medical model. Diagnosis, appropriate physical and emotional environments, effects of dementia on the client and caregiver, research on caregiving, and the importance

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)


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of ongoing education for caregivers. Fee: $246.86 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXPRESSIVE WRITING (WRIT-1073)

Students improve fluency in written English through constant writing and frequent revision; they develop skills in observation and the sharing of personal experience, and become aware of the relationship of form to content (i.e. using your language to tell your story effectively). Students have an opportunity to improve their writing skills while fulfilling a desire to tell their own story. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

EXTERIOR INSPECTION (CIVL-1052)

This subject covers retaining walls, grounds, window wells, lot grading, driveways, patios, walkways, decks, balconies, stoops and steps, porches, railings, wall cladding, flashing trim, eaves, soffits, fascia, as well as exterior doors and windows. Students learn to describe the exterior wall coverings and inspect all aspects of the exterior named above. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FACILITATING AN ONLINE COURSE (DEVL-1030)

This course reviews the roles of an online facilitator, offers examples of current practice and preset guidelines and strategies for effective practice in online facilitating. Because the definition of the facilitator's roles and activities must be understood within a specific context, the focus is on online facilitating for the post-secondary adult learners. The specific features of Blackboard used for online facilitating will also be integrated. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FINANCE & ACCOUNTING MATH (MATH-1087)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

FIRST NATIONS PEOPLE (CRIM-2002)

The course introduces the fundamentals important to the discipline of financial planning. Students will acquire an understanding of the concepts and applications associated with financial

TERM OFFERED:

50LC

This course will increase knowledge and awareness of important issues in the Aboriginal cultures of Canada. The legal status of Aboriginal People will be explored along with Aboriginal rights and selfdetermination. Other critical issues relating to land claims, justice and social services will be studied. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FLASH – INTRO (COMP-1147)

This introductory course will cover the following objectives: Flash vs. Shockwave, interface basics, drawing and painting, working with objects, using type, importing artwork, working with layers, working with symbols and instances, creating animation, adding interactivity, working with sound, publishing and exporting to HTML and selfcontained movies. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FLASH – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-3061)

As a continuation of the introductory course, the advanced progress bar load loop is presented along with best practices for graphic import to maintain small output size. Advanced action scripting and the debugging window will be explored, XML data will be utilized in the presentation of a scrolling data feed window. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course is designed for those interested in understanding or pursuing a career in forensic/correctional psychology. It covers areas related to Criminal Psychology, Police Psychology, Victimology and Victim Services, Psychology and the courts and Correctional Psychology. Fee: $314.54 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION (EDUC-1051)

In this 42 hour course the student will learn to describe in general: learning techniques and training standards for Para-educators,

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRAUD INVESTIGATION (PFLP-5001)

It is recommended that students have knowledge of Criminal and Civil Law and Criminal Code. In this course students will confirm past instruction and will be provided new, more in depth, instruction in the area of fraud and fraud related offences. At the end of the course each student will be able to describe and understand how to investigate fraud related offences including the offence of Fraud, False Pretenses, Personation, Theft, Possession of Property Obtained by Crime, Credit card fraud, Forgery and Uttering a Forged Document. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRENCH 1 (FREN-1004)

The objective of this course is to enable the student to gain confidence in the knowledge and application of the French language by using simple structures and vocabulary. In this introductory level the student will learn to express physical, emotional and personality attributes as well as "how" to formulate basic questions to obtain this information. At the end of this course the student will have some knowledge of present verb tenses. The reading of short articles brings to light family life in a French culture, the customs and activities related to family celebrations in Canada and around the world. Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-2001)

50LC

FINANCIAL PLANNING FUNDAMENTALS (FINA-1036)

(OL)

ethical practices, the historical development of education, including special education, current educational legislation, structures and processes, related legislation (child protection and Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy) and the implications (e.g. confidentiality) for EA training and work in Ontario. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This course introduces the student to the concepts and procedures of the time value of money calculations used in Mathematics of Finance. It covers topics in simple interest, compound interest, simple and general annuities, bonds and cost-benefit analysis. Fee: $405.34 + TB

calculations and the analysis of financial statements. The basic concepts of contracting and family law are covered followed by an analysis of governmentsponsored benefit programs. Fee: $365.30 + TB

FRENCH 2 (FREN-3004)

The student will sustain development of language skills by extending vocabulary with regard to all activities after work such as weekend chores, leisure, sports including holidaying abroad. The grammatical structures at this level continue to be simple. Through systematic exercises the student becomes more confident and moves on from level 1 present tense and near future to the past tense. The student at the end of this level will be able to share more extensively life at home as well as describe a real or imagined past holiday in a

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ONLINE LEARNING French speaking country. Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

FRENCH 3 (FREN-5002)

The progressive acquisition, reinforcement, and creative use of language structures will give the student confidence to selfexpression. By analyzing, comparing and applying the French past tenses, the student will have the basic tools to storytelling. At this level, the student will be encouraged to express simple and complex sentence structures. Anecdotes by authors from French speaking Canada will serve as models for the final task. Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRENCH 4 (FREN-5003)

In addition to a more rigorous approach to vocabulary and grammatical structures with every class the student will continue to develop everyday situations practiced at earlier levels. Grammatical sentence structures are more complex at this level with the expansion of the past, present, future and conditional verb tenses. Articles from French speaking Canada serve as language models and provide a cultural perspective on current issues. Towards the end of the course language skills include the ability to convey necessity, obligation, probability, and or expectation with regards to past experiences, work and education and the future. Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FRENCH 5 (FREN-5004)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

The objective of this course is to expand vocabulary skills through exposure of the diversity of the French language. This is done with the support of literary, political, social and cultural articles from the French speaking world. At this level grammatical and sentence structures are interesting and complex. At the end of this course the student will have discussed and researched current affairs of French speaking Canada, given an opinion, given advice; expressed regret to hypothetical actions in the past, as well as applied verb tenses that establish sequential order to past actions. Fee: $348.38 + $25 MF + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

FUNDAMENTAL MATHEMATICS (MATH-1147)

This course is designed to provide students with the skills, terminology and the understanding of concepts in basic arithmetic and the metric system and to

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encourage good study habits and the ability to work independently. The main topics covered are – operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals, operations with percents, solving applied problems involving percents, know and perform conversion between SI units, conversion between SI units and British or US units of measurement. Fee: $343.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

GIS SOFTWARE – ARCVIEW (INFO-1158)

At the end of this course, the student should be able to create data in ArcView, to query and manipulate data; geocode addresses perform spatial analyses, produce map outputs and charts. Included with the book is a fully functioning 180-day trial version of ArcView 9.x software on DVD with a CD of data for the book's exercises. Students will require Windows 2000 or Windows XP (Vista is supported) to install the ArcView 9.x program. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

GLOBAL WARMING CONCEPTS (SOSC-1011)

This interactive course encourages students to debate issues related to global warming and to develop skills in innovative thinking, research, political awareness, ethical reasoning, debating, and communicating. Students will develop an awareness of the current scientific certainties in global warming versus what is not certain. They will study historical and current political issues related to global awareness, including topics such as the Kyoto agreement, ethical responsibilities of individuals, corporations, and governments, and the conflictions between economic development and the environment. Fee: $280.70 + TB

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

GROUP LEARNING & TEAM DEVELOPMENT (EDUC-1066)

This course offers participants the opportunity to learn and experience through several interactive processes the various elements of group dynamics and team development. A variety of practical experiences and writing exercises contained in the course will allow learners to building skills as facilitators of the teaching-learning process. It is a learning experience that allows individuals to better appreciate the dynamics of groups in a learning environment. Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 3 days before first class

(OL)

= 7 days after first class

GROWING UP DIGITAL – LIVING & WORKING IN CANADA (DIGL-1023)

Youth in Canada today are the first generation to grow up in a digital world and they are transforming our culture and institutions. This course looks at the Internet and its role in shaping recent history and society. It examines the impact of digital media that empowers our youth to communicate, learn, play, shop and work differently from previous generations. It also provides analytical tools to anticipate and act on what lies ahead in the future. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

GUIDANCE OF THE YOUNG CHILD (ECED-1058)

Caregivers of young children need to understand and be able to implement a variety of skills and techniques that will help the child gain control of his/her environment and self. The adult's ability to guide children's behaviour effectively and to teach children to self-regulate their own behaviour will have a profound impact on all aspects of their development – physical, psychosocial and cognitive. Guidance of the young child is a course that explores styles of care giving, discipline and the impact of the physical environment on the child's development and behaviour. The course reviews a number of theoretical approaches and guidance models. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HEALTHY ADULT AGING (HLTH-1178)

This course examines the normal physiological, psychological, social and spiritual changes affecting aging adults using the Holistic Approach to wellness. Normal physiological and anatomical changes, as well as the dysfunctional effects of common health problems will be examined. The process of normal psychological and social aging will be addressed as well as abnormal factors such as cognitive decline. Additional topics will include spirituality, changing requirements for physical activity, and health promotion measures. Students will learn common medical terminology and charting techniques related to aging clients. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HEATING INSPECTION I (CIVL-1048)

This subject covers installed heating systems (gas and oil furnaces and hot water boilers). Emphasis is on the inspector’s ability to identify the energy source, type, material, condition, and safety concerns, as well as inspecting the heating equipment. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 14 days after first class

(OL)

= 1 business day before third class


ONLINE LEARNING

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HEATING INSPECTION II (CIVL-1049)

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT (SOCI-1054)

This subject covers vent systems, flues and chimneys, as well as fireplaces, other wood heating appliances, steam and electric heating systems. Students apply knowledge of these systems to the role of home inspector. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course is designed to give the student a basic understanding of the normal patterns of growth and development at various stages within the life cycle from infancy through to old age. The major theories of development will be examined to enhance understanding of this field of study. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

HOCKEY HALL OF FAME PRESENTS (RECN-1034)

This subject details the incredible growth of Canada’s national pastime, including the NHL’s formation, the "original six" and national/international expansion. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HOSPITALITY FACILITY MANAGEMENT (HOSP-1015)

This course will introduce students to the key components involved in the design and management of hospitality facilities. The student will acquire knowledge of the following: the nature of hospitality facilities, maintenance needs, the primary facility systems, lodging and food service design and renovation. Today’s growing hospitality industry requires managers who understand the basic elements of facility design and renovation. This course provides students the required knowledge to become successful managers in the field of hospitality. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HOSPITALITY MARKETING I (MKTG-3034)

The importance of contemporary marketing skills in today’s increasingly competitive and complex marketplace is underlined in this course. Students learn to translate ever-changing guest needs into market opportunities by planning, analyzing, researching, setting objectives and using a variety of interrelated marketing strategies. Fee: $365.30 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

HOW TO START A SMALL BUSINESS (MGMT-1049)

This course will guide the businessperson through the process of setting up a business. Content areas include feasibility study, forms of ownership, financing, operations, marketing plans and personal skills. In short, this course will help transform your business idea into a functional business. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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(OL)

HUMAN SEXUALITY (SOSC-1010)

This analysis of human sexuality draws on historical, theoretical, cross cultural, and life cycle perspectives of sexual attitudes, behaviours, development, and experiences. Selected topics may include: gender relations, body image, sexual diversity, arousal and response, mating, dating, and interpersonal attraction, interpersonal communication, sex education, sexual health or risk, and issues of power or intimacy. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL) (OL)

HUMANITIES (HUMA-1020)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INCLUSIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT (ECED-1068)

This subject introduces the student to the elements of the inclusive learning environment in terms of people, space, materials, and time. Adaptive programming for children with specific exceptionalities will be the focus of this course. Strategies that enable students to guide the learning of children who require additional support will be examined. Fee: $338.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE (SFTY-3009)

This course studies the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of chemical, physical and biological hazards arising in or from the workplace. WHMIS

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES (EDUC-1062)

Through lectures, discussion (synchronous and asynchronous) and various assignments, participants will explore a wide variety of instructional techniques including: lecture, group discussion, demonstration, icebreakers, case study, brainstorming, debate, fishbowl, collage, role-play, panel discussions and skits. Participants will demonstrate their mastery of instructional techniques through the design and online delivery of a lesson. In addition to instructional techniques and strategies, classroom management issues and the use of media and resources will also be covered. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN ADULT EDUCATION (EDUC-1048)

This course focuses on some of the fundamental questions individuals ask of themselves as they proceed through life. Why are we the way we are? Do we have free will or are we prisoners of our past experiences or of our biology? Why do social changes often divide people into opposing camps? Why does work merely "kill time" for so many people? These questions are organized into units that begin with issues concerning the nature of the individual and then extend outward to various social, cultural, and physical contexts. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

50LC

This course is intended to equip teachers of adults with strategies for successful use of technology in the in-class and virtual classroom. The course will examine curriculum design, teaching techniques, and assessment when instructional technology is employed. All supporting materials will be accessed through the Internet. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (ACCT-3039)

The main purpose of financial accounting is to provide users external to the organization with relevant and reliable information for decision making purposes. This course is designed to provide the accounting student with the skills required for the preparation and interpretation of financial statements. Topics include accounting for partnerships, corporations, long-term debt, the statement of cash flows, and financial statement analysis. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC 51LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

and other relevant legislation will also be covered. Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL) (OL)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (ACCT-3044)

This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the framework of financial reporting and its environment as well as the reporting and valuation of cash, receivables, inventories and temporary investments. The first part of this course covers financial reporting and accounting concepts, income

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ONLINE LEARNING statement and balance sheet presentation, statement of cash flows. The second part of the course covers revenue recognition, cash, receivables, inventories, and held-fortrading investments. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III (ACCT-5013)

This course helps the student to gain an understanding of some complex topics in accounting. Topics include: Leases, Pensions, Income Taxes, Accounting Changes and Error Corrections. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERNET ESSENTIALS (COMP-1008)

Master basic Internet skills. Learn how to use the Internet, e-mail with Netscape Messenger and Outlook Express. Learn how to find specific information on the Web and how to browse the Web using both Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERIOR/INSULATION INSPECTION (CIVL-1053)

Focus is on the inspection of thermal insulation, vapor retarders and ventilation systems, as well as the inspection of interior elements of residential dwellings such as walls, ceilings, floors, basements, doors, windows, interior stairs/railings, installed countertops and cabinets, and garage doors/door operators. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERPERSONAL & GROUP DYNAMICS (SOCI-1022)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

In this introductory level course designed for Police Foundations, students learn to apply knowledge from interpersonal relations and group dynamics to working in a team. Emphasis will be placed on utilizing effective communication skills with individuals and groups. Group cohesiveness and effective group decision making will be discussed. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS (ECE) (COMM-1106)

Interpersonal communication might be thought of as the primary building block for other communication contexts. It begins where all human, social phenomena begin, with the self. It continues as an ongoing process of sharing meanings with others. It is important for group communication and organizational communication. Interpersonal communication is an

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immediately useful course because it is a process in which we constantly participate. We need only go about our daily lives to encounter countless opportunities to apply the concepts of the course. When students look "out there" for what is discussed in class, they will find it everywhere. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

INTERVIEWING & INVESTIGATION (CRIM-1017)

This course focuses on interviewing and investigation skills. Students develop the interviewing skills necessary to retrieve information from victims, witnesses and suspects. They also learn the basic steps of investigation including the practical development of note taking and observation skills. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO APPLIED BEHAVIOUR ANALYSIS (HLTH-1121)

This course introduces the student to the principles of applied behaviour analysis (ABA), which is the basis for Intensive Behavioural Interventions (IBI). In addition to basic terminology, students will learn when and how to use these techniques appropriately. Students will also learn how to access and interpret journal publications in the field of autism and applied behaviour analysis. Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (HLTH-1122)

This course examines the five major syndromes of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) including Autism, Asperger Syndrome, Rett Syndrome, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder and Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS according to their core features and their diagnostic criteria. This course provides an introduction to a neurodevelopmental and behavioural understanding of children with ASD. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR (MGMT-1226)

This course is an examination of the Canadian business environment and the management decision making process as an integral component of organizational behaviour. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC 54LC

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(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INTRO TO C# PROGRAMMING (COMP-1344)

This course introduces fundamentals of C# programming language. Students will explore object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts including data abstraction, inheritance and polymorphism. Using .NET and C#, students will learn to design code and document business-oriented programs. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO CHILDREN’S LITERATURE (LIBS-1004)

If something is important for children, it is important for adults. This subject introduces students to children’s literature, its history and development, and its rich variety of forms and techniques. It focuses on major authors in children’s literature and on the important issues presented in those works that have captivated children and adult readers over time. (This subject may contain material that is explicit and/or offensive.) Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INTRO TO E-BUSINESS (BUSI-1111)

This course provides tools, skills, and an understanding of technology, business concepts and issues that surround the emergence of electronic business. The emphasis of the course is on that part of the Internet known as the World Wide Web (WWW) where such tools as browsers are used. In addition to acquiring basic skills for navigating the Internet, the student develops an understanding of the current practices and opportunities in electronic publishing, electronic shopping, electronic distribution, and electronic collaboration. Students also explore several of the problems surrounding electronic business and commerce such as security, authentication, privacy, encryption, safeguarding of intellectual property rights, acceptable use policies, and legal liabilities. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INTRO TO ECE PRACTICES (ECED-1059)

This course is designed to familiarize students with Early Childhood Education from historical, theoretical, practical, and political points of view. Identification of the needs of young children and their families will be the foundation to understand and

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evaluate existing child care services and to determine the role of the Early Childhood Educator. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

explored. This course is a pre-requisite for Nutrition in Health Care (NUTR-1010). Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

INTRO TO OUTLOOK (COMP-1145) INTRO TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM (INFO-1157)

An overview of the fundamental concepts and terminology and the role of GIS in business, government, surveying and natural resources. The course will cover the collection, management, analysis and presentation of spatial data. Additional topics will include concepts of database systems, data modeling and digital mapping. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (COMM-1098)

Students taking this course will learn the definition of culture and will be introduced to inter-cultural communication theories such as differences in gestures, personal spaces, and customs. The main objective of this course is to create an environment in which students will feel comfortable communicating with people from different cultures and backgrounds. As part of the course, students will communicate with people from other cultures electronically and in person. This course will be of interest to workers in health services, education, human resources, and business as well as those people who want to enhance their communication skills particularly as they apply to communicating with people from other cultures, theories to their daily lives and how they can respect and understand persons from other cultures. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO LIBRARIES & THE INFORMATION INDUSTRY (INFO-1160)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INTRO TO NUTRITION (NUTR-1009)

This course introduces students to the basic principles of nutrition and the role of nutrition in the health care environment. Current nutrition recommendations for fat, fibre, vitamins and minerals, and weight control will be discussed. Special considerations for nutrition throughout the lifecycle will also be

TERM OFFERED:

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course provides students with an overview of project management and an introduction to leadership and ethics. Students learn the fundamental principles of project management including: project initiating, project definition, creating the Work Breakdown Structure, estimating effort, budgeting, scheduling using Gantt charts and network diagrams, risk management, controlling resources, quality assurance, auditing and closing. The techniques are based on a study of the typical project lifecycle. Fee: $382.22 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

In order to understand ourselves and interact appropriately with others, we must first understand the basis for behaviour. The study of psychology provides you with an understanding of why people think and act as they do. It examines the scientific process of research, the human brain and the nervous system, sensation and perception, learning, memory and personality. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INTRO TO RESEARCH & ASSESSMENT (ECED-1057)

This subject examines research methodologies and introduces the student to various screening tools and the assessment process. Students have opportunities to interpret research findings and utilize this information in their role as an Resource Teacher Interventionist. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

Sociology is the study of people and how they interact with each other and various social groups. This course deals with the study of people's lives, their relationship to society as a whole, and how people are affected by the society in which they live. The concepts, theories and methods of the discipline will be introduced and discussed with particular emphasis on the dynamics of Canadian society and Canadian social problems. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

INTRO TO THE FIELD OF EARLY INTERVENTION (SOCI-1056)

INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY (CRIM-1002)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY (SOCI-1030)

INTRO TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT (MGMT-1199)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to small business and entrepreneurship and to help develop certain entrepreneurial success skills which are important for small business ownership. The students will develop a general knowledge of the historical and political context of small business in Canada and of the major functional areas of business management. Fee: $506.30 + TB

This subject provides the student with a historical overview of the field of early intervention, including models of service delivery, levels of prevention, current issues, and trends. Key terms and concepts and the roles and responsibilities of the early intervention team will be explored. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

INVESTIGATION & SURVEILLANCE (CRIM-1029)

This course focuses on surveillance and investigation skills. Students develop the interviewing skills necessary to retrieve information from victims, witnesses and suspects. They also learn the basic steps of investigation including the practical development of note-taking and observation skills. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

Analyze the role of libraries in an information society, with emphasis on access to information, the organization and services of different types of libraries, and the roles and functions of participants in the information industry. Fee: $331.46 + TB

Use Outlook's e-mail component to effectively manage incoming and outgoing messages. Explore other Outlook components to schedule appointments, manage contacts and keep track of tasks and projects. Students must have Outlook 2010 installed on their computer. Fee: $258.70 + TB

INTRODUCTION TO SMALL BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP (BUSI-1100)

(OL)

JAVA INTRO (COMP-1152)

This course provides the beginning programmer with a guide to developing applications and applets using the Java programming language. This course covers object-oriented programming concepts

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ONLINE LEARNING including: creating and using classes and methods, loop structures, string method, joptionPane Class, arrays, creating basic Java Applets. Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

LANDLORD & TENANT LAW (LAWS-1046)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

JAVA INTERMEDIATE (COMP-1199)

This course expands upon the basic skills you have in developing Java applications to developing Java applets and more robust Java applications. You will learn some of the more advanced Java topics such as utilizing inheritance, the swing toolkit, layout managers, the event model, exceptions and file input/output. Software: JAVA SDK, JAVA IDE – both free downloads. Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

JAVASCRIPT (COMP-1190)

This course introduces the student to the basics of JavaScript, one of the most popularly used scripting languages. It is an ‘interpreted’ programming which uses some of the ideas found in the compiled objectoriented programming language, Java. The course also covers the programming constructs including sequence, selection, repetition, variables, arrays, objects and cookies. It allows the programmers/ web developers to write functions using objects, the properties (data) and methods (programs) needed for web development. At the end of the course, you will be able to apply fundamental JavaScript to deliver dynamic content to WEB based programs. As a programmer you will be able to demonstrate good programming skills to deliver superior JavaScript. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

KEYBOARDING FOR COMPUTERS (OFAD-1008)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This is a ‘learn to type’ course. In this course students will learn keyboarding techniques using various methods. Keyboarding speed and accuracy will be emphasized. Proofreading and editing documents is covered. Research about repetitive stress injury and proper ergonomics will be included. The student should be able to achieve a speed of 25 to 30 net words per minute (Note: It is to the student's advantage to aim higher than the minimum of 25 nwpm. Most employers require a greater speed). Course software requires Windows Operating System to be installed. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

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This course examines the legal relationship between landlords and tenants, the legislation that governs rental housing and the rights, procedures, documents and remedies of the parties involved in a tribunal application proceeding under the Residential Tenancies Act. Students enrolled in this course will study the rules and procedures governing the Landlord and Tenant Board. The course will prepare students for careers as agents representing landlords or tenants in the rental housing field, related careers in support roles within the Board, as well as professionals in the property management business. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course is designed to provide potential and current homeowners with practical knowledge of the legal issues and implications surrounding home ownership. The first half course will introduce participants to the fundamental concepts of Canada's legal system. The second half of the course will examine specific issues including types of home ownership, occupiers' liability, purchasing and selling a home, nuisance, trespass and various other rights and responsibilities of the homeowner. Fee: $269.42 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEADERSHIP IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT (COMM-1087)

Teams have become the fundamental building blocks of organizational structure. This course will examine the skills and abilities needed to lead a team-based organization. Leading in a team environment requires competencies, tool and techniques that focus on group dynamics rather than solely on individual performance. Learn how to mobilize participation, build consensus, and enable individuals to maximize their team's ability to achieve results. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEARNING, THINKING & PROBLEM SOLVING (COMM-1088)

This course takes an historical approach to the development of our discipline and, in addition, examines selected theories and methods of research, research findings and applied forms of psychology. It is designed for students in the General Arts and Science Program. Through class assignments and discussions, students in this course have an opportunity to apply knowledge from psychological theories and research to their own lives and growing

= 3 days before first class

50LC

= 7 days after first class

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEGAL RESEARCH (LAWS-1059)

This course provides legal professionals with the knowledge and experience of conducting basic legal research of statutes, regulations and case law using different research media, including books, loose leaf services, CD-ROMs and online research systems. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

LAW & THE HOMEOWNER (LAWS-1059)

50LC

understanding of their world. Students will also gain an introductory understanding of psychological diversity, the history and nature of the discipline and its relevance to some of the more interesting contemporary issues in the broad areas of learning, thinking and relating. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEGAL TERMINOLOGY (LAWS-1057)

Students will build a vocabulary of common legal terminology used within a law office, government agency, court systems, social services and current affairs through practice, study guide and quizzes. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

LEGISLATION FOR HEALTH & SAFETY (LAWS-1056)

This course covers the various jurisdictions; how to locate the specific legislation; the interface between the statutes, regulations, codes, and standards; the obligations of employers and of employees; the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act and Regulations, filing claims, entitlement decision making, benefits, appeals, and reemployment. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MANAGEMENT OF DRUG DISTRIBUTION – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-3024)

Examine various drug distribution systems, perform accurate product release, and manage operations in a pharmacy practice setting. Explore distributive functions in institutional settings ensuring accuracy, integrity, and medical safety. Develop safe product release practices within the parameters of the pharmacy technician role. Identify common drug plans and their formularies, and investigate daily challenges in the adjudication process. Inventory management elements will be detailed including common business practices. Lecture and lab portions are included in the curriculum with focus on the expanded role of the Regulated Pharmacy Technician. Fee: $331.46 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

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(OL)

= 1 business day before third class


ONLINE LEARNING

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MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONAL, STRATEGIC & MARKETING PLANS (MKTG-5005)

This course provides senior students with the opportunity to integrate and apply their marketing and other business knowledge and skills assimilated during their programs. To this end, students working in teams analyze and evaluate an existing organizational situation. The students recommend and justify a strategic direction for the organization, then develop a detailed marketing plan to support the direction chosen. Students write reports and prepare group presentations to faculty and industry experts (where possible). Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MANAGEMENT/LEADERSHIP SKILLS (MGMT-1223)

This course is designed to provide participants with an understanding of management and leadership styles and an opportunity to develop a personal leadership style. In today's changing economic and political climate, the role of a manager/ supervisor is extremely demanding and complex. In addition to managing the many practical aspects of a business operation, he/ she must provide leadership by motivating, empowering, and supporting staff. Problem solving and team building skills are essential. Fee: $337.10 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MARKETING ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB (MKTG-1066)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MARKETING II (MKTG-3035)

Marketing 2 is the second course of a two course Introduction to Marketing designed to provide students with a sound grounding in the field of marketing. Emphasis is placed on the formulation of integrated marketing strategies that play a role in

TERM OFFERED:

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MATERIAL & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (MGMT-3063)

The course examines topics in one of the three business core subject areas, mainly operations (the two others being finance and marketing). Students completing this course will have an in-depth knowledge of the responsibilities and current tools of operations managers in manufacturing and non-manufacturing organizations. Coverage includes inventory management, JIT, MRP, ERP, Intro to SAP, Quality Management, Process Improvement and Project Management. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This 36 hour course introduces the student to important concepts related to human diseases. The most common diseases and disorders of each body system are presented along with a review of the anatomy and physiology pertinent to the content. Additionally, the effects of aging on the system and the relationship of aging to disease are presented. This course is open to people currently employed in health related areas or to those who hope to do so in the future. Fee: $314.54 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MEDICAL KEYBOARDING (OFAD-1010)

This is NOT a learn to type course. This course is designed to familiarize the user with beginning medical keyboarding, advanced keyboarding, medical language, grammatical and office skills. It includes case histories, a variety of medical reports, technical terminology and timed writings. These exercises will help the learner increase their knowledge of terms they will encounter on-the-job, and will improve their keyboarding speed and accuracy. A very brief introduction to Medical Transcription is included. This course is a pre-requisite for the Beginning Medical Transcription course. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Fall

Sep7-Dec14

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

Medical office procedures will cover administrative and clerical functions including patient reception, scheduling appointments appropriate to patient needs, telephone procedures, medical records management and charting of progress notes, verbal and nonverbal communications with patients, computerization and the medical office, financial records, personal conduct, medical ethics and law. The Canada Health Act will be introduced as well as OHIP and the principles of OHIP medical billing. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MEDICAL OHIP BILLING (OFAD-1013)

This course is designed to provide the student with the basic principles of efficient Health Claim Billing in Ontario. The student will learn how to use the Schedule of Benefits and Preambles of the Ministry of Health, as well as be introduced to computerized billing. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION INTERMEDIATE (OFAD-3002)

MEDICAL CONDITIONS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (HLTH-1163)

50LC

MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES (OFAD-1011)

This course will enhance the learning achieved in previous and pre-requisite courses for medical transcription that students need to enter the field with confidence. Students will experience a practical and effective approach, with followup questions in each chapter to promote class discussion and exercises designed to reinforce concepts and procedures. Students will have a conceptual and practical understanding of general medical terms and various medical specialties in a way that is easy to remember. Detailed transcription tips throughout the course will offer useful information and hints, and there is a CD-ROM that includes 10 hours of actual dictation, sample reports, and other data needed to prepare the documents discussed in the text. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

Explore marketing principles in the context of the Web, including how segmentation, target marketing and positioning are executed. Explore the unique dimensions of product, pricing, place and promotion on the Web. Develop a Web marketing plan and learn how to direct the development of a business website. This course relies heavily on student collaboration, research and participation in presentations and discussions of current Web practice. Students should have taken introductory marketing, computer and communications courses prior to registering for this course. Fee: $348.38 + TB

achieving organizational objectives. The course is divided into four segments: price strategy and management; distribution management; marketing communications; and emerging directions in marketing. The first three segments of Marketing 2 provides coverage of the remaining components of the marketing mix that was introduced in Marketing 1. Fee: $365.30 + TB

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION STYLES & PRACTICES (OFAD-1015)

Learn concepts and standards of style and format of medical reports and basic grammar rules in medical documentation. Prepare for medical transcription by applying industry standards, as set by the American Association for Medical Transcription and presented in the AAMT Book of Style. The course introduces information not encountered outside of healthcare documentation. The CD ROM that accompanies the workbook includes "clips" of dictation that briefly introduce the

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ONLINE LEARNING student to dictation, and allow for practice in applying the standards. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MORTGAGE BROKER PROGRAM PART I (BUSI-1116)

This online course is based on the Mortgage Broker Qualifying Standards (MBQS) identified by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario, and meets Part I of two parts of their educational requirements for licensing as a Mortgage Broker in Ontario. As mandated by the regulator, Part I is ONLY available online and Part II is ONLY available at Seneca College in class. The Mortgage Broker program, Parts I and II, provides those wishing to become licensed Mortgage Brokers the skills to supervise Mortgage Agents and to carry out the responsibilities of Principal Broker. Delivery methods include discussions, presentations using narrated PowerPoint, instructor-led discussions, student chats, readings and assignments. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MS ACCESS (COMP-1022)

Learn to use MS Access for Windows. Through your Learn to use MS Access for Windows. Through your Internet connection, you will learn to use Microsoft Access, 2003, 2007 or 2010 using its pulldown menus, toolbars and dialog boxes. Access is a computerized database that allows you to manipulate, link, chart, query and report your data to customize the information you need. Access creates a system of relational database management in a user-friendly environment. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS ACCESS – ADVANCED (COMP-1050)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

Learn to use the advanced features of MS Access for Windows. Upon completion, you will: enhance tables by creating lookups, create various types of advanced queries, create advanced forms, create relationships between tables to ensure data accuracy, work with form controls, understand macro concepts, create, run, & test Access macros, create & use switchboard forms, set Access defaults and apply Startup options. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

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MS EXCEL (COMP-1023)

MS WORD (COMP-1021)

Learn to use MS Excel for Windows, a terrific Spreadsheet package that has the convenience of pull-down menus. Learn to create, edit, format and print workbooks. Use mathematical formulas and functions. Create and format Charts. Learn how to create shapes and insert images. Cut, copy and paste data within worksheets and workbooks. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS EXCEL – ADVANCED (COMP-1051)

This course is designed to teach advanced topics on Microsoft Excel. Students will learn how to create advanced spreadsheets and be able to manipulate data. Excel is a powerful tool for creating complex electronic workbooks and charts used by an increasing number of industries competing in today’s global marketplace. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS EXCEL FORMULAS (COMP-5059)

This course takes the advanced Excel user to specialized capabilities when developing formulas. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

MS OFFICE – 2007/2010 (COMP-1442)

This course will familiarize students with the applications contained in the Microsoft Office Pro Edition, which contains Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook. Home and Student Version Software is inadequate for this course. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS POWERPOINT (COMP-1024)

Learn to use PowerPoint for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes. PowerPoint as a presentation program allows you to create colourful graphics and text slides along with reports for your projects. Software: This course requires a familiarity with windows 98 or higher and use of a computer with Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 or higher. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

= Online

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

= In a Day

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Learn to use MS Word for Windows, a terrific word processing package that has the convenience of pull-down menus. Learn to create, edit, format and print documents. Use paragraph, page and character formatting commands. Create multiple page documents with tables, and desktop publishing with MS-Word. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MS WORD – ADVANCED (COMP-1049)

Students will learn the advanced software features required to organize and prepare complex professional documents. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

MYTHS & LEGENDS (LIBS-1002)

This subject is an introductory study of the universal and enduring presence of myths and legends. Students explore creation myths, hero/heroine myths, dominant archetypes, 'modern' myths, and other topics. This fabulous journey showcases how a distant past connects to our contemporary world. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

NETWORK + 2009 (SYST-1023) Pre-requisite(s): Familiarity with Windows operating system concepts

This course will prepare you to write the new CompTIA Network+ exam. This course offers the opportunity to prepare for the exam while gaining knowledge in networking technologies on a Windows 2000, Novell NetWare and Linux environment. The Network+ course offers a broad look at many vendor neutral networking technologies with a focus on topologies, protocols, network implementation and support. Your Network+ certification combined with A+ can be applied as an elective towards the MCSE designation. Software: Students should have supervisor access to NOS to complete lab component (not required for course completion). Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

(OL)


ONLINE LEARNING

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NOT FOR PROFIT LEADERSHIP I: OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORKS (MGMT-1224)

This course is designed to provide current executives, new or aspiring non-profit managers, members of boards or career changers, an introductory understanding of the fundamental principles, issues and best practices for effective leadership and management of a not for profit sector organization. This program provides context-specific knowledge and skills for those already working in a not for profit organization, and those wishing to pursue a career in the sector. Discussion, application of skills and knowledge acquired, self-reflection, are key features of the experiential learning process utilized throughout this course. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

NOT FOR PROFIT LEADERSHIP II: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES & PRACTICES (MGMT-3064)

This course builds upon concepts and learning experiences from Not for Profit Leadership 1: Contemporary Issues and Practices. Current issues and emerging pressures will be analyzed and applied. This course will examine sector trends and practices related to fund development, policy development, risk management, emerging human resource issues, ethics, law, marketing, project management and work life balance. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

NUTRITION (NUTR-1019)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

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NUTRITION IN HEALTH CARE (NUTR-1010)

This course focuses on the basic principles of diet therapy. Several therapeutic diets are discussed, as well as tube feedings and commercial preparations. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

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ORIENTATION TO PALLIATIVE CARE (BSCI-1206)

Observing as the primary method for gathering information about young children will be the focus of the course. Students will develop skills in the implementation of a range of observation techniques including descriptive narratives, time samplings, event samplings, anecdotal records frequency counts checklists, charts and mappings. Students are required to find a Licensed Child Care Centre to perform the observing hours. Children must be between the ages of 2½ and 5. Students registering for this course will be required to submit various forms including an upto-date immunization form and a Criminal Reference Check including a Vulnerable Sector Screen prior to completing their observing hours. The observation data collected during this course will be utilized in the Child Development II course. Students must retain their agreement/ permission forms from this course which will be submitted when taking the Child Development II course. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

OFFICE TECHNOLOGY & PROCEDURES (OFAD-1005)

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (BUSI-1101)

Organizational Studies takes a three-fold approach to organizational behaviour; how the individual employees, how their manager/leaders, and how organizations themselves can grow to be more productive. Productive here means, to individual employees, accepting of change and commitment. To managers/leaders, it means motivating and creating trust, and to organizations it means equity and profitability tempered by social conscience. When employees, managers/leaders, and organizations work toward a commonality of purpose, their productivity can be assured. This course will help students understand the nature of individual behaviours both in relation to co-workers and to managers/leaders. Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

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50LC

(OL)

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(OL)

PALLIATIVE CARE COMMUNICATIONS (COMM-1115)

This course will focus on communication with the terminally ill patient. Topics include: effective communication techniques with the terminally ill and their families, basic processes and steps of effective communication, how to recognize influencing factors of personal and cultural attitudes in communication, discuss and identify basic verbal and non-verbal communication and discuss and apply basic techniques of communication used to establish a trusting relationship. Fee: $224.30 + TB 50LC

This course helps students acquire practical and transferable office administration skills, attitudes, behaviours, and knowledge, which can be valuable in obtaining and retaining careers in fast-changing office environments. Fee: $427.34 + TB

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This course will provide an overview of Palliative Care and coping with death, dying and grief. The focus is to provide you with a review of the concepts of Palliative Care, the multidiscipline team, hospice, current approaches to care, roles, issues and expectation. Identify what resources are available and discuss home care vs. institutional care. Fee: $280.70 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PARENT & STAFF TRAINING (HLTH-1128)

This course introduces the student to techniques for training others specifically to implement behaviour change plans (technology transfer). Students will learn and practice techniques for individual and group presentation formats for the training of families or professionals. Students will also learn how to maintain procedural integrity, use performance feedback, evaluate the effects of training, and understand the challenges that may impact before, during and after mediator training. Emphasis will be placed on in-class presentations and role-play practice. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY I FOR RPN (HLTH-1162)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This subject introduces students to the science of Nutrition and outlines the functions of the human body. The effectiveness of various diets and usefulness of food additives is explored. They will gain insight into the ways that food plays a variety of roles in maintaining health and reducing the risk of illness. Students will also learn the fundamentals needed to evaluate claims made by food faddists and food vendors. Fee: $348.38 + TB

OBSERVING THE YOUNG CHILD (ECED-1060)

This course will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of pathophysiology and related disease processes. The underlying concepts of homeostasis, cellular changes, inflammation, infection, healing and abnormal immune responses will be examined. The basic concepts of fluid – electrolyte and acid – base balance will be analyzed and how imbalances can promote disorder in the body. Common diagnostic testing will be examined and how they are utilized in the process of diagnosing disease and prognostic outcomes. Specific

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an examination of current research and theories, the course will explore patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that make a person unique. Personality assessment and intelligence testing will be explored. Fee: $365.30 + TB

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

50LC

Students will examine the following topics: maintaining payroll records, salaried; hourly; commission and contract workers; taxable benefits, statutory and other deductions; preparation of payroll journal entries; preparation of Record of Employment; preparation of T4’s and T4 Summary; Workers’ Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized Payroll. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

(OL)

PERSONAL SUCCESS (MGMT-1092)

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

This exciting course is designed to equip you with the necessary personal skills to thrive in the workplace and in a social setting. Emphasis is placed on key human relations skills such as public speaking, listening skills, self-presentation, techniques for career advancement, alliance building and positioning, time management and stress management. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1081)

Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that defines what personality is and how it influences our behaviour and actions. This course will seek to understand how personality is developed. Through

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(OL)

PHILOSOPHIES OF ECE (ECED-1061)

This course encourages students to examine various philosophical approaches to early childhood education with a view to developing and stating their own philosophy. The course content addresses both historical and current factors in the development of theoretical perspectives. It focuses on comparing and contrasting some theories which differ dramatically in their approaches to early education. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

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Sep7-Dec14

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POLICE POWERS I (CRIM-1009)

Review and update the skills and knowledge of the RN/RPN in the area of pharmacology and medication administration. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge of drug groups, both traditional and non-traditional such as natural herbs, in terms of actions, uses, adverse reactions, special considerations, and application of the nursing process. Fee: $314.54 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

POETRY WRITING (WRIT-1065)

PHARMACOLOGY THEORY REVIEW FOR NURSES (PHRM-1060)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

Poetry writing provides skills necessary for the creation, development, and marketing of publishable poems. Fee: $365.30 + TB

Course will assist in developing an understanding of how drugs work, drug classifications, methods of administration and the major drug groups affecting the various body systems. This course is open to people currently employed or aspiring for employment in health related areas. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

PLUMBING INSPECTION (CIVL-1051)

This subject prepares students to inspect, in a residential dwelling, the interior water supply and distribution systems (including fixtures and faucets), as well as water heating equipment and drain/vent/waste systems and their related fixtures. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL OFFICE PROFESSIONALS (PHRM-1057)

You will discuss your personal dynamics and how to analyze, state the factors involved and describe approaches and techniques for developing a positive lifestyle. "Analyses and Solutions" teaches you to organize information, analyze tasks and situations at various levels, select and implement solutions. "Behaviour Management" deals with various viewpoints about behaviour, philosophy and major approaches, specific techniques and how to apply these to behaviour management in educational settings. Fee: $348.38 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course provides a practical, applied approach to pharmacology. Through a variety of learning tools such as assignments, quizzes, case studies and group work, the student will enhance his/ her ability to practice competently and contribute to a safe patient care setting. Participants will gain basic knowledge related to the pharmacological uses of drugs within a variety of commonly encountered medical conditions. Fee: $297.62 + TB 50LC

PERSONAL & INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS (COMM-1089)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

PHARMACOLOGY – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-3025)

PAYROLL ADMINISTRATION (ACCT-1082)

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This course will examine pertinent sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights & Freedoms and their impact on the Canadian Criminal Procedure. Citizen and police arrest and release authorities, police powers and search and seizure with and without warrant, police discretion and implications will be discussed. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

POLICE POWERS II (CRIM-1023)

This course is a continuance of Police Powers I and will focus on police governance and accountability issues related to the Police Services Act, police complaints, First Nations policy and management and labour issues. Use of force theory, law and other legal issues related to the use of force will be discussed. Theory related to officer safety will be examined. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY (GEOG-1004)

This course will examine the geopolitical forces impinging on global politics, while treating regions and countries of the world that are significant from a Canadian perspective. We explore the earth’s physical features, natural resources, environmental conditions, climate, population characteristics, and economic forces. The course relates these to the conduct and status of political entities such as nationstates and international institutions, as well as religious, ethnic, gender, and ideological groups. We start with an historical overview of reflections on geopolitics from the discipline’s beginnings in the late 19th century, through the Cold War, and up until the current post-Cold War era. From there, we turn our focus to specific issues such

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as America’s superpower status, Canada’s relations to the world, the environment, energy, and terrorism. The course ends with a study of the Middle East, Africa, southern Asia, Europe, Russia, Latin America and the Caribbean. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PREPARATORY PHYSICS (PHYS-1037)

The purpose of this course is to prepare students with the necessary background in Physics to allow them to enter the first year of a College Technician or Technology Program. Fee: $432.98 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

than looking at professional selling as a career area, the focus is directed more at acquiring and demonstrating selling skills. This course deals with a Selling System, a system that deals with sales strategies. You must know where you stand in the sales process; know why buying decisions are made and who makes them within each account. You need to understand the business problems facing each account, and how your product or service can help solve them. Therefore this sales course has been developed to help you learn how to understand, develop and penetrate your accounts more effectively. It’s a program that shows you how to devise profitable selling strategies and turn those strategies into action. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

PRESENTATIONS & DESKTOP PUBLISHING (COMP-1154)

Participants will learn how to use both methods of communication to help market their small business. Participants will be able to use design techniques to create valuable communication vehicles such as an effective electronic presentation. Software: MS Publisher 2010 & MS PowerPoint 2010. Fee: $315.10 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PRINCIPLES OF CONVENTION & MEETING PLANNING (PLAN-1023)

This course is designed to acquaint students with the fundamental principles and practices involved in meeting planning; it provides an overview of the key functional responsibilities, as well as some of the highlights and pitfalls that may be encountered. Major topics include: site selection, negotiation, program planning and design, and food and beverage arrangements. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PRINCIPLES OF ETHICAL REASONING (CRIM-1004)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PRINCIPLES OF SALES (BUSI-1113)

This course will provide the student with an in-depth look at the field of sales. Rather

TERM OFFERED:

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PRODUCT PREPARATION – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-1046)

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – PHARMACY TECHNICIAN BRIDGING (PHRM-1045)

Students will be prepared for entry to practice in five main areas of focus: legal requirements, scope of practice, ethical principles, professionalism and communication skills. Through a variety of learning tools such as interactive case studies, assignments, quizzes and group work, the student will enhance his/her ability to practice competently within the professional practice framework. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PROJECT MANAGEMENT & SCHEDULING SOFTWARE (COMP-1411)

Project management software greatly increases the ability of the project manager to work more efficiently. The functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation and costing, progress monitoring and reporting are explored in detail. The

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PROVINCIAL OFFENCES (CRIM-1024)

Students interpret and apply provincial statutes. Topics studied include arrest, search and seizure authorities, common offences and the involvement of non-police agencies. Statutes examined will be: Provincial Offences Act, Liquor License Act, Trespass to Property Act, Residential Tenancies Act (2006), the Blind Persons’ Rights Act, Mental Health Act, Coroners Act, Child and Family Services Act, and the Family Law Act. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

This practical lab combines theoretical knowledge and practical experience needed to accurately and safely prepare both sterile and non-sterile pharmaceutical products. The emphasis in the sterile component will be on the development of aseptic technique under CSHP (Canadian Society of Hospital pharmacists) guidelines including an overview of chemotherapy and TPN. In the non-sterile component, review methadone guidelines and prepare internal and external preparations using common compounding formulas, under OCP, GMP and WHMIS guidelines. Fee: $297.62 + TB 50LC

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Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

PSYCHOLOGICAL & SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS (HLTH-1185)

This course is designed to enable students to develop the basic knowledge and skills required to understand psychological and social implications in oncology and palliative care patients and their families throughout the trajectory of the cancer experience. Explore the theories of death and dying in relation to various life stages and cultural implications. You will learn how to provide empathetic and sensitive care to client, family and significant others. Topics to be explored include historical views on cancer, coping, factors affecting coping and helping relationship, secuality and oncology, crisis management, psychosocial issues in Cancer/Palliative care and burnout and ethical issues. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

QUANTITATIVE METHODS I (MATH-1179)

The statistical portion of the course enables students to use various types of graphs to present information. Students are also introduced to basic measures of central tendencies and dispersions for both sample and population. Students are able to use these basic statistical measures to make reasonable business decisions. Students are also able to use time-series and simple linear regression knowledge to perform short term forecasting using a statistical package as a tool. They are also able to use the consumer price index to find the purchasing power of a dollar and "real" wages. Students are able to use knowledge of basic mathematical functions to describe business relationships and build models. They are able to apply knowledge of linear and quadratic functions

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This course focuses on ethical issues faced by the individual as a person and more particularly as a professional with authority and responsibility for law enforcement. It will help the student clarify their values and establish a framework for ethical decision making. The course will focus the students' minds on the importance of moral philosophy as a component of the decision making process. Fee: $365.30 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

student moves from an introductory to an advanced level of familiarity with the functions of MS Project, a typical project management software tool. Fee: $382.22 + TB

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Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

QUANTITATIVE METHODS II (MATH-3065)

This course will focus on statistical inference involving two or more populations, simple and multiple regression, and correlation and linear programming. The student will also perform data analysis using computer outputs. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

QUICKBOOKS (COMP-1418)

QuickBooks is designed for the small to midsized business owner. Learn how this well-designed program can make it a snap to set up a chart of accounts, reconcile your checking account, create and print invoices, receipts, and statements, track your payables, inventory, and receivables, create estimates, and generate reports. Topics also include: setting up a Payroll, edit employee data, process payroll and government data. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

QUICKBOOKS ADVANCED (ACCT-5011)

This course will build on the learning from the Introduction course and will include the following topics: setting up a new company, purchasing, inventory management, units of measure, estimates and progress billing, job costing, customizing invoices and other forms, multicurrency, budgeting and advanced reporting (customizing and memorizing). Fee: $348.38 + TB

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

RACISM & DISCRIMINATION (SOCI-1040)

This course will target racism and discrimination that are observed in the Canadian multiculturalism context. Learners are able to identify types of discriminations and racisms based on our cultural values and find the connection between discrimination and the society. We will also analyze sociological factors such as the media that could cause biases and prejudice. The objective of this course is to enhance the sensitivity and intolerance of

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the mistreatment based on racial or ethnic background and to consider how to handle these issues as occupational professionals and individuals in this pluralistic society. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

In this 39-hour online course communication skills are developed through hands-on application. Students can choose examples related to their careers. Participants define a problem, collect research using print sources, the Internet, interviews and questionnaires, and present their findings in reports. Fee: $331.46 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ROLE OF THE PROFESSIONAL IN ECE (ECED-3033)

This course focuses on the professional and ethical responsibilities of the early childhood educator. Students will explore issues and develop strategies to determine the nature of their professional responsibilities. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ROMANCE WRITING (WRIT-1074)

This course explores the art and craft of writing for the growing romance fiction market. Through lectures, examples, and lots of research, students will develop their skills in the creating engrossing plots and settings, and engaging characters, as well as researching the growing and changing market for romance oriented fiction. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

ROOFING INSPECTION (CIVL-1045)

The emphasis in this subject is on typical defects of the various types of roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings, skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations. Students apply their knowledge of roofing to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with existing codes and standards. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SANITATION & SAFETY (SANI-1006)

RESEARCHING & REPORTING (WRIT-1063)

50LC

issues, physical restraint, medication, suicide and special conditions (e.g. allergies). This course must be completed prior to registering for a placement. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Focus on preventing food-borne illness within the health care institutional setting. Course addresses special regulations and acts governing food service and strategies involved in proper food handling and control of contamination. Emphasis also on food safety and quality assurance programs such as HACCP. Safe working environments for the FSW are explored including fire safety, managing safety hazards, prevention of common injuries, and an introduction to first aid. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SCIENCE FICTION (LIBS-1003)

The world is constantly evolving, in large part due to our technological advances. Science Fiction is ideally suited to explore our changing world. A variety of short stories and novels exposes students to the amazing narratives and fantastic voyages of this literary genre. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SECURITY PRACTICES (SRTY-1006)

Security is one of the fastest growing industries in Canada and the United States. Police and private enterprise are being called upon by the general public and government agencies to supply a myriad of products and services. This has produced an urgent need for competent and well educated people to enter this industry as a career. Today’s society has seen a massive growth in the need for security related products and services, in the public and private sectors. This subject will provide the student with a basic understanding of the laws, theories and practical methods used in today’s security industry. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

SEXUAL VIOLENCE (SOSC-1008) SAFETY IN AN EDUCATIONAL SETTING (SFTY-1034)

Preparing to work as an EA, should include an understanding of your own personal safety concerns as well as the related safety issues for the child with whom you will be working. The student will discuss legislation and be provided direction on WHMIS, safe physical care, safety related procedures, an understanding of coping with behavioural

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Sexual violence is an ugly reality and a societal concern. This course will examine the many forms of sexual violence perpetrated by individuals. Students will study sexual violence in the context of male toward female, female toward male, as well as incest and child abuse in families. Reasons for sexually deviant behaviours (why individuals do what they do), and the latest approaches and strategies for

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treating both victims and perpetrators will be examined. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

in business. A must have for those working or looking to work in a business office environment. Fee: $280.70 + TB 50LC

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (BUSI-1080)

The major purpose of this course is to prepare students to assume a role as entrepreneur, acting as a general manager, as opposed to an accounting technician or a financial specialist. The emphasis is on developing a broad understanding of those accounting and financial management concepts and terminologies which will serve them in the course of starting and operating a small business. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SMALL BUSINESS OPERATIONS & LEGAL ISSUES (BUSI-1114)

This course includes topics on forms of business ownership, location strategies, the home-based business, government assistance, licensing requirements; inventory planning, recruitment and selection of employees and human resources legislation issues. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SOCIAL MEDIA & SOCIETY (SOSC-1013)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES (HLTH-1129)

This course introduces the student to common evidence-based behavioural approaches applied in teaching individuals with autism new skills with an emphasis on strategies for teaching language, academic skills, activities of daily living, play skills, and social skills. Topics will be approached by providing the student with an understanding of the terms used, a description of the teaching techniques characterized in each of the modules (where applicable) and a basic understanding of the conceptual elements motivating the approaches. Fee: $449.90 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY (PSYC-1080)

This course examines the individual components of how one's mind works is a valuable tool for performance in specific sporting events. Concepts of psychology are discussed and applied in past, present and future contexts. This course evaluates what goes into optimal levels of athleticism in examining how players, coaches and even fans of the sports get psyched. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

STRATEGIES FOR FOSTERING CLIENT LOYALTY (MGMT-1235)

Goods and services are no longer adequate bases for establishing relationships with clients because clients attach an emotional connection to the products they use and to the businesses with which they interact. This course offers insights and ideas in order to create lasting and genuine customer relationships that will withstand the competitive overtures of other companies. Students explore the process of developing and sustaining client relationships that establish an emotional connection, manage difficult relationships (such as those that take place via technology or at great distances) and help to determine the pulse of client relationships. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

STATISTICS (MATH-1045)

SOFTWARE APPLICATION INTEGRATION (COMP-1337)

Learn how to integrate Microsoft software using Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. You will learn to copy, paste, link and embed files from one program to another. Take this course to learn how to effectively use them together as they are typically used

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This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of statistics. It includes regression analysis; probabilities and distributions; sampling; statistical estimation; and hypotheses testing. Fee: $343.30 + TB 50LC

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Stress can play a huge factor in our personal and professional lives. Learning to deal with it is vital for our long-term health. While stress alone doesn’t cause disease, it triggers molecular changes throughout the body that makes us more susceptible to many illnesses. In this course, students will gain an understanding of the importance of how to deal with both positive and negative stress in their lives. By using the wellness perspectives each student will gain more insight into how they can control both internal and external stressors. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

STRUCTURE INSPECTION (CIVL-1046)

This subject focuses on the following structural components of a residential dwelling: foundations and footings, floors, walls and roof/ceiling structures. Students learn to apply knowledge of structures to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with good construction practices. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

SUPERVISION & ADMINISTRATION (ECE) (ECED-1066)

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the administrative procedures and the supervisory functions required to operate a child care program. Emphasis will be placed on the development of technical and interpersonal skills that ensure an efficient operation. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TAXATION I (ACCT-1093)

This is an introductory course to federal income tax in a Canadian setting. Students will gain an understanding of the underlying objectives and principles of income taxation. Topics include employment income, business income, income from property, investment income and capital gains. Personal tax returns for individuals will be completed both manually and using a tax preparation software program. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

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In a few short years, social media has profoundly changed the global communication landscape. With the advent of social media tools such Facebook, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Twitter, more and more people are connecting and collaborating online, and creating and distributing content in ways we have never seen before. This course will provide a summary of the major developments in social media and will examine how social media is changing media, business, government, the economy, development, and education in fundamental ways. Students will be introduced to a variety of social media environments and will gain hands-on experience with many of the leading social media applications. This course requires active participation of students and a willingness to immerse in social media practices. Fee: $348.38 + TB

Sep7-Dec14

STRESS, WELLNESS & NUTRITION (HLTH-1161)

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

TAXATION II (ACCT-3034)

This course deals with the liability for income tax of individuals and corporations. The determination of net income for

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Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS (MATH-1171)

This first-level mathematics course for engineering technology programs begins with a review of fundamental concepts, arithmetic operations, and units of measure. This is followed by an in-depth study of basic algebra, trigonometric and other functions, and quadratic equations. Fee: $472.46 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNOLOGY ADVANCED PREP MATHEMATICS (MATH-3041)

This course provides students with basic technology mathematic skills and understanding of fundamental terminology required for further courses or programs where mathematics is applied. Advanced algebraic expressions and Trigonometry will be covered. Fee: $444.82 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TECHNOLOGY: APOCALYPSE OR EDEN? (SOCI-1057)

This course provides opportunities for students to evaluate the effects of technology and the use of technology in society, as well as on the individual through an analysis of competing visions of technology. The course will provide opportunities for written analysis of the work of Jacques Ellul, as well as to the history of humanism and modern institution. The course will pose the question of whether the modern corporation is a technological oppressor or a humanist wealth provider, and whether individuals themselves are technicians or humanists. Fee: $348.38 + TB

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50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

THE ENVIRONMENT (ENVR-1026)

This course is an introduction to current environmental issues. It focuses on the underlying ideas, values, and beliefs that have contributed to many of the current environmental crises we face today. We are often aware of issues such as global warming and pollution, but remain unaware of the reasons why such issues exist or have resulted from human behaviours and beliefs. From a theoretical perspective this course will examine the relationship between humans and the natural world in its various forms including culture, religion, politics, economics and activism.

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Students will engage with the readings and lecture materials in order to develop an understanding and critical awareness of the theories that have been developed in the attempt to understand the nature and depth of our current environmental crisis. Gaining knowledge of how humans understand and value nature and direct their actions accordingly will be the overall goal of this course. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TRADE SHOW MANAGEMENT FOR CONVENTIONS (MGMT-1233)

This course provides an in-depth look at the role and responsibilities of a meeting planner as related to their involvement in trade show management. In addition, this course will acquaint students with the management principles and practices involved in organizing, promoting and selling a trade show. Fee: $280.70 + TB

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

(OL)

This course will prepare the student for assisting in planning and mediating transitions for children with ASD within and across home, school and community settings. Topics will include models for effective transition planning, assessment and evaluation; understanding differing perspectives on transitions within and across environments; developing collaboration and relationship with parents and professionals; understanding transition practices and relevant legislation; and practice in the use of transition assessment and evaluation tools. Fee: $280.70 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TRAVEL WRITING (WRIT-1076)

This course will look at the wide range of travel writing assignments available to freelance writers, from commercial pieces that border on promotional writing, to literary travel writing and travel memoirs.

= 3 days before first class

= 7 days after first class

(OL)

TREATMENT OPTIONS IN DEMENTIA CARE (HLTH-1177)

Take a guided tour through the brain and learn how various dementias affect brain processes. Explore treatment options currently available, and look into the future and view the journey towards a cure for Alzheimer disease and related dementias. Fee: $246.86 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

The student will be introduced to a variety of procedures used to assess and treat challenging behaviours presented by individuals with autism/Autism Spectrum Disorder. The topics covered will include functional behavioural assessment and functional analysis and scientifically validated techniques for the treatment of challenging behaviours (e.g. stereotypy, pica, aggression, self-injury, etc). Emphases will be placed on ethical considerations such as the utilization of the least intrusive, least restrictive model and "effective treatment". Techniques covered will include antecedent control strategies, schedules of reinforcement, extinction, differential reinforcement strategies, social stories, desensitization procedures, and declarative procedures. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

UNDERSTANDING THE CLIENT POPULATION (SOCI-1063)

TRANSITION PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION (HLTH-1125)

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

TREATING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS (HLTH-1126)

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT (CRIM-1019)

Sep7-Dec14

50LC

50LC

In this course the students will develop the knowledge, skills and ability to locate and apply sections of the Provincial Traffic Law. Students will practice locating topics in the Acts and Regulations, will master the definitions required to interpret traffic law and will apply the law concerning Police Authorities, drivers licenses, permits and rules of the road. Students will develop and practice interpersonal strategies and procedures for dealing with motor vehicle stops. Fee: $348.38 + TB

50LC

Along with the pieces themselves, we'll study the various publishing markets for this type of work, from traditional publishers to online opportunities. Fee: $331.46 + TB

This course is based on the belief that positive attitudes toward people with disabilities will lead to greater acceptance and mutual growth. Students investigate the barriers that exist for people with disabilities, and learn how provisions of a supportive environment will promote inclusivity. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

UNDERSTANDING LITERATURE (ENGL-1048)

Understanding Literature acquaints students with the tools necessary to appreciate literature critically by reviewing literary history and examining different genres. Students will explore themes and conventions associated with these genres and develop an understanding of literary analysis and various critical approaches. For creative-writing students, this course will provide a framework in which to appreciate and evaluate their own writing. Fee: $382.22 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= 14 days after first class

(OL)

= 1 business day before third class


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UNDERSTANDING MEDICAL TESTS FOR MEDICAL OFFICE STAFF (HLTH-1164)

This course is designed for medical office professionals to assist in developing an understanding of common medical tests related to a wide variety of body systems. Knowledge in the area of medical testing will help the student to educate the patient in relation to the description and purpose of the test, preparation of the patient before the test, with care during and after the test, end expected results. Risks, complications, and special concerns are covered. This course is open to people currently employed in health related areas or hope to do so in the future. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

UNDERSTANDING SURGICAL PROCEDURES FOR MEDICAL OFFICE STAFF (HLTH-1165)

This course has been designed for medical office professionals to assist in developing an understanding of common surgical procedures related to a wide variety of body systems. Knowledge in the area of surgical procedures will help the student to educate the patient prior to and after surgery, what to anticipate, and expected results. This course is open to people currently employed in health related areas or hope to do so in the future. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY ANESTHESIA (HLTH-1184)

This course will give the student an introduction to Veterinary Anesthesia. The topics covered will include basics about equipment, monitoring devices, different methods and tasks involved in preparing animals for anesthesia, monitoring and the post anesthetic period. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

This course will cover the basic medical and laboratory procedures involved in a veterinary medical practice. This will include laboratory and radiology safety and procedures, and will cover the most common veterinary and laboratory practices in a veterinary hospital. This course will stress the importance of proper preparation of laboratory samples, safety procedures, and appropriate techniques. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

TERM OFFERED:

This course will cover the administrative and clerical procedures involved in a veterinary medical practice, including effective communication skills, telephone skills, body language, conflict management and working in a team oriented, professional environment. This course will stress the importance of proper preparation of medical records, filing methods, appropriate paperwork, message taking, collection of information, and maintaining a professional manner. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY SURGICAL PROCEDURES (HLTH-1183)

This course will cover the basic procedures involved in preparing for veterinary surgeries, record keeping, pre- and post-op duties, handling and cleaning of surgical instruments, most common elective surgeries, sterile and non-sterile procedures, asepsis, and appropriate behaviour in the surgery room. Fee: $314.54 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VETERINARY TERMINOLOGY (COMM-1110)

Focus on terminology used within the veterinary office and develop the necessary language skills to communicate effectively in this environment. Word structure and terminology are studied to ensure that those working in the veterinary profession understand the doctor, their peers and clients. Terminology will be introduced along with a very basic understanding of anatomy and physiology, using a systems approach. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

of simple user-defined functions and userdefined classes. This course teaches the student how to write computer programs, using a high level language, to solve typical business problems. A structured programming approach is taken for the majority of the course with an introduction to OOP principles and program design also included. The Visual Basic 2005 programming language has been selected as the language vehicle for the course. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

This is a continuation of the introductory course and you will learn two major aspects of Visual Basic programming; database and array processing. The database topics include the basic data control, introductory SQL to process multiple tables and adding/ deleting/editing records. The Arrays consist of check box, text and label controls with FOR/NEXT processing and storing the data on sequential files. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VISUAL BASIC – INTRO (COMP-1025)

This is an introduction to the general principles of computer programming. Topics will include the selection of basic data types, basic I/O, operators, repetition, flow control, decisions, arrays and the use

Fall

Winter

Spring/Summer

(OL)

VISUAL C++ INTRO (COMP-1445)

This course covers the fundamentals of Visual C++ 2008 software. The emphasis during the first part of the course is learning the C++ language. Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) language concepts will be introduced. The student will learn to develop applications starting with Console Win32 applications. Students will then proceed on to Windows programming using Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), generating XP sp2 compatible applications. Students will explore the development tools of Visual C++. Students will then proceed on to Windows programming using Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), generating XP sp2 compatible applications. Students will explore the development tools of Visual C++. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

VISUAL C++ – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-1052)

Building on the fundamentals acquired in the Introduction course, this course will teach you advanced Visual C++ topics. Students will develop sophisticated Windows applications using the MFC Library, Controls, SDI, MDI, and OLE controls. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

VISUAL BASIC – INTERMEDIATE (COMP-3062)

Sep7-Dec14

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WELLNESS IN CHILDREN (ECED-1063)

In this course, students will take a comprehensive look at Children’s Wellness in a child care setting. The Children’s Wellness course has been broken into 3 large blocks of material. These blocks include: Safety; Nutrition; and Health as they relate to young children. Each of these areas will constitute approximately 1/3 of the subject material covered. Strategies for maintaining a healthy child care environment will be presented. Information on staff health and infection control will help learners to manage good care with minimum health risks. Creating a safe child care environment will be examined in depth. Accessories, behaviours and conditions for safety risk in both indoor and outdoor environments will form much of the safety dialogue. Providing nutritional

TEACHING METHODS: (C) Classroom (BL) Blended (OL) Online

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

VETERINARY LAB PROCEDURES (HLTH-1180)

VETERINARY OFFICE SKILLS & PROCEDURES (OFAD-1016)

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ONLINE LEARNING balance in child care will be a focus. Students will have an opportunity to apply their knowledge in both theoretical and practical ways. Fee: $269.42 + TB 50LC 52LC

Sep7-Dec14 Nov1-Feb7

(OL) (OL)

WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GOING ON? (COMM-1108)

News stories confront us with people, places, issues, and crises from around the world. An understanding of background issues helps us make informed judgments. This subject focuses on the main news stories of the day and looks for your critical interpretations. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

Discover the advantages of this operating system. Learn how to customize the Desktop and utilize the programs that come with Windows 7; set up your own applications for easier access and install software. Learn to search for and manage files and folders and how to take advantage of the communication and multimedia systems available through Windows 7 and the Internet. Fee: $280.70 + TB Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

WORKING & COMMUNICATING IN A MEDICAL SETTING (HLTH-1166)

Learn theory and techniques for successful verbal and non-verbal communication and effective work skills, including communication systems, ethical behaviour, confidentiality, stress and time management, hospital organization, human relations. Fee: $314.54 + TB

ONLINE LEARNING COURSE OFFERINGS

50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WORKING SAFELY IN AN EDUCATIONAL SETTING (SFTY-1034)

Preparing to work as an EA, should include an understanding of your own personal safety concerns as well as the related safety issues for the child with whom you will be working. The student will discuss legislation and be provided direction on WHMIS, safe physical care, safety related procedures, an understanding of coping with behavioural issues, physical restraint, medication, suicide and special conditions (e.g. allergies). This course must be completed

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prior to registering for a placement. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WORKING WITH FAMILIES & TEAMS (HLTH-1123)

This course presents the students with theories, terminology and applications underlying current approaches to teamwork and working with the families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The focus will be on effective collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team, which is essential to successful intensive behavioural intervention. Students will develop the interpersonal, job-oriented skills necessary to problem-solve as team members in a flexible, empathetic, resourceful, and productive manner. Fee: $365.30 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WORKING WITH PARENTS (ECED-1064)

WINDOWS 7 (COMP-1436)

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

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= Certificate Program

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

The general objective of this course is to introduce students to creative writing and the publishing process. Students will follow the various steps of manuscript preparation, including conferencing, editing and proofreading. Students will examine the writer's craft using a wide range of professional works as models. Fee: $365.30 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

WRITING GRAMMATICALLY (WRIT-1040)

This course explains the rules of English grammar in a comprehensive, easy-tofollow manner. This course begins with a review of sentence parts, moves on to an indepth explanation of sentence structuring,

= Online

= In a Day

Sep7-Dec14 Oct1-Jan7 Nov1-Feb7 Dec3-Mar11

(OL) (OL) (OL) (OL)

WRITING SHORT STORIES (WRIT-1058)

Writing short stories is an introductory course for the aspiring story writer who focuses on the particularities of this literary genre. Character development, narrative unity, and plot construction are explored by analyzing selected short stories and participating in writing exercises. In the latter part of the course, students follow a step-bystep approach to producing a story suitable for publication. The processes of submission for publication, as well as the various opportunities for publication are examined. Fee: $382.22 + TB Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

XML – INTRO (COMP-1444)

This course introduces the student to the XML, the latest buzzword on the Internet, but becoming more and more widely used in web based applications. It allows the students to apply the different technologies surrounding XML (Name Spaces, Data binding, Cascading Style Sheets – CSS, Extensible Style Sheet – XSL, Document Type Definition – DTD, Schema, Open Database Connectivity – ODBC, etc.) to develop web pages based on XML for any e-commerce application. Most emphasis will be done on creating XML documents needed for many different applications. Fee: $427.34 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

(OL)

YOUTH IN CONFLICT (CRIM-1018)

WRITING FOR PUBLICATION I (WRIT-1066)

50LC

50LC 51LC 52LC 53LC

50LC

This course is designed to assist students in working effectively with parents. The dual role of parents – as a resource and client will be examined. In addition the role of child care as a resource and support system to families will be identified. RATIONALE: In Working with Parents the student will learn how to communicate effectively with parents. Parent meetings will be a major focus of attention. The skills necessary to plan, implement and evaluate parent meetings will be developed. Additional methods for conveying information to parents will be identified. The other area to be addressed is supporting families who are facing difficult issues or who have concerns which need to be addressed by the staff of the centre. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

and culminates in a practical review of stylistic conventions in business writing. Fee: $382.22 + TB

Students will examine the application of statutes affecting youth in conflict with the law from a philosophical, contemporary and historical perspective. As well, the context of the Youth Criminal Justice Act, Young Offenders Act, Child and Family Services Act and other relevant legislation, detention, interviewing and processing through the court structure. The ability to summarize and appraise disposition alternatives and extra-judicial measures, which may be employed with a view to aiding and rehabilitating a young person while facilitating public safety and victim response, is developed. Fee: $348.38 + TB 50LC

Sep7-Dec14

= Accelerated Career Training (ACT)

(OL)


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Financial Aid

Awards & Scholarships

Room E2020 519-452-4280 fad@fanshawec.ca

Room K1003 519-452-4466 scholarships@fanshawec.ca

ONTARIO SPECIAL BURSARY PLAN (OSBP) Up to $2500 per academic year available to assist qualifying students who: • Wish to pursue an education part time due to personal or family commitments AND • Do not have a previous post-secondary education OR do not have updated skills to seek employment AND • Have a low or fixed income (ie. ODSP or Ontario Works) This funding applies to OSBP eligible programs including academic upgrading. For further information on the OSBP and PTCSL funding visit http://osap.gov.on.ca. PART-TIME CANADA STUDENT LOAN (PTCSL) Part-time funding may be available to students who: • Require only a few courses to complete their full-time program OR • Want to study part time to avoid excessive debt load OR • Want to remain in the full-time work force while pursuing your education OR • Have family responsibilities which prevent student from taking full-time studies OR • Have a permanent disability which makes full-time studies difficult OR • Want to upgrade an 'F' to a passing grade This funding is available for Ministry approved part-time courses leading to a certificate, diploma or degree. FANSHAWE COLLEGE STUDENT ASSISTANCE BURSARY FOR PART-TIME STUDIES The purpose of this bursary is to assist students who have low family income and resources AND are pursuing their diploma or certificate on a part-time basis. Maximum bursary assistance available per academic year is $2,500. To apply for this bursary you must be a Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident registered in a graded, Ministry approved course and have explored and been deemed ineligible for any other type of government financial assistance.

Fall

Winter

AWARDS The W.J. Pillsworth Award is presented on an annual basis to a student who has obtained the majority of credits through Continuing Education. The student must have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement during the academic year, and demonstrated increased motivation and interest in achievement of career goals. Application required. Fanshawe College Alumni Association members who have returned to Fanshawe College to obtain an additional diploma or certificate through Continuing Education study are eligible to apply for the Fanshawe College Alumni Association Continuing Education Award. Selection of a recipient is based on the obstacles/ hardships the Alumni member has overcome to attain this additional diploma or certificate and the benefit resulting from this achievement. Application required. The HRPLD Award will be presented to a graduating student who has successfully completed the Human Resource Management (HRS1) certificate at Fanshawe College between May 1 and April 30 with at least 50% of the courses completed through Continuing Education and obtaining a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (with no failures on his/her transcript). The successful student will have also demonstrated involvement in community activities as well as volunteerism (preferably in fields related to Human Resources). This award was created to honour the memory of Carol Eyre. Application required. FANSHAWE COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION BURSARY Continuing Education bursary assistance is available to students who are registering in a Continuing Education credit course which is not eligible for any other financial assistance program funding. A Continuing Education credit course is one that leads to the completion of a certificate or diploma program. General interest courses will not be funded. Students are expected to apply to the Fanshawe College Student Assistance Bursary for Part-time Studies first before applying for this bursary.

Spring/Summer

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BURSARIES, AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

TERM OFFERED:

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ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES The Accessibility Services office is available to consult with students who require academic accommodations as a result of a disability. Call 519-452-4282 or visit www.fanshawec.ca/earlyid for more information.

order, Visa, MasterCard or Interac. Tuition fees may be tax deductible. T2202A Tax forms may be printed from WebAdvisor (www.fanshawec.ca.EN.WebAdvisor/default.ca) for eligible course fees in February of the next year. Tax forms will not be mailed. Please ensure we have your current email address.

ALUMNI Alumni (graduates of certificate or diploma programs) who present their Perks card to the Office of the Registrar (E1012) will receive a 10% discount on courses listed in the CE Course Guide, to a maximum of $50 per registration. Get your Alumni Perks card today! Call 519-452-4285.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES Pre-requisites are listed with each course description and you must complete these requirements prior to registration. Course credit may be granted based on education and/or training. Contact the program area or visit www.fanshawec.ca/ce for more information.

AUDIT STATUS Students who register in a graded course but do not wish to complete assignments, to write tests or exams or receive a grade, must declare their audit status to their instructor first class night and complete the appropriate form.

DECLARE YOUR PROGRAM Declaring your program early on allows us to offer the course you need, when you need it. Visit https://www.fanshawec.ca/ continuing-education/program-declaration to complete our short online form now. Make sure to select all the programs you would like to declare from the lists below. You can make multiple selections from each list.

AWARDS & BURSARIES To learn more about awards and bursaries available, contact Awards & Scholarships (Room K1003) at 519-452-4466 or visit www.fanshawec.ca/money. BOOKSTORE Website: www.bookware3000.ca Telephone: 519-452-4260 Location: Room F1002, F Building Store Hours (mid-September to mid-April): Mon-Thu 8:35am-8pm Fri 8:35am-4:25pm Store Hours (mid-April to mid-September): Mon-Fri 8:35am-4:25pm Note: Closed public holidays. Some extended hours may occur during course startup. COMPUTER STORE Website: www.fanshawec.ca/computerstore Telephone: 519-452-4495 Location: Room F1010, F Building

In-Person, FanshaweOnline and Ontario Learn Room A2014 Please contact Milad Zecharia to reserve a seat: mzecharia@fanshawec.ca

Note: Closed public holidays.

Continuing Education offers 60 minute in-person orientations for both FanshaweOnline and Ontario Learn online course offerings.

COUNSELLING SERVICE Counselling for adult learners in a college environment is available before and after admission to programs. For prospective students, a pre-admission counsellor is available for telecounselling weekdays from 8:30-4:30pm (Friday until 4pm) by calling 519-452-4282. For adult learners enrolled in CE courses, counselling concerns can be addressed in a confidential manner by calling 519-452-4282 to make an appointment.

GENERAL INFORMATION

CE Student Orientations

Store Hours: Mon-Fri 8:35am-4:25pm We are a full service computer store. We also sell the software required for many of the programs taught by the college at educational prices saving you up to 80% of the list price. Take advantage of this valuable benefit while you are a student.

COURSE CANCELLATION Full refunds will be issued if the College cancels a course or workshop because of insufficient registrations. COURSE FEES / INCOME TAX Course fee payments can be made by cash, cheque, money

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DISCLAIMER While every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this course guide, Fanshawe College reserves the right to modify any program, course, location, timetable or fee without prior notice. The College reserves the right to cancel a program or course and to change the location and term in

If you feel that you would benefit from attending any one of our scheduled orientation sessions, please contact us at the e-mail address above to announce your intent to attend. We are very happy to answer any and all of your questions and get you comfortable with your online course! ORIENTATION DATES: 1. September 5, 2012 2. September 12, 2012 FanshaweOnline: 5-6pm, Room A2014 Ontario Learn: available upon request


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which the program/courses are offered because of insufficient registrations or for other budgetary reasons. In the event the College exercises such a right, the College’s sole liability will be the return of any monies paid, if applicable, by the applicant or student to the College. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE If you are registered in a Ministry approved credit course, diploma or certificate program, financial assistance may be available to those who qualify. To learn more, contact the Financial Aid office (Room E2020) at 519-452-4280. Please see page 132 for more information. FOOD & DRINK The food court at the junction of D, E, & F buildings is open until 9pm Mon-Thu. GRADES For graded courses your final grade will be available on WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.fanshawec.ca). To access your grades, you will need a WebAdvisor profile. All efforts are made to post final grades as they become available from instructors. If you encounter any technical difficulties accessing your account contact the Help Desk by email helpdesk@fanshawec.ca or by calling 519-452-4430 x4357. The hours of operation are 8am-8pm Mon-Thu; 8am-4:30pm Fri. GRADUATION Graduation ceremonies are held twice each year, in June and November. The divisions do not track each student individually and therefore it is the responsibility of the student to advise the CE program area when they are in the final course of a program. Students must apply to graduate. Once your application has been reviewed, you will be notified of your eligibility via email. Please ensure we have your correct email address on file. Graduation forms available at www.fanshawec.ca/ce. HST If the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is applicable, it will be included in the fee unless stated otherwise. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Foreign student fees are payable to the Office of the Registrar upon registration. LATE REGISTRATIONS Registrations may be accepted up to the start of the second class. Late registration does not alter the refund deadline. LIBRARY (ON-CAMPUS & VIRTUAL) Website: www.fanshawec.ca/library Telephone: 519-452-4236 Location: Room L1003, L Building

PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT & RECOGNITION Prior Learning Assessment can be applied to a number of our diploma and certificate programs. Get the credit you deserve! To find out more about PLAR, call Cheryl Morris at 519-452-4445. PROGRAM COMPLETION While the College makes every effort to allow students to complete an entire program on a part-time basis, this may not be possible in all instances due to insufficient student registrations. Students must meet the academic standards and current competencies of the program in order to graduate. From initial registration, there is a maximum of seven years (full or part-time) to complete program curriculum (three years for computer programs). Students extending beyond that time frame and/ or not meeting the standards/competencies will be assessed to determine if upgrading measures are necessary or available. In circumstances where a program has been cancelled, the student has four years to complete its curriculum from the date of the program’s suspension. In instances where the curriculum change is deemed to have health and safety implications the new curriculum requirements to graduate will be effective immediately. Graduation from College programs requires a student to complete the program curriculum, meeting its academic standards and achieving a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. Some programs have a higher minimum GPA for progression purposes. In circumstances where a program has been cancelled, please contact the program area for completion deadlines. REFUND POLICY Please see page 3 for more information. REGISTRATION For detailed information on how to register for your program/ courses, please refer to page 4 or visit www.fanshawec.ca/CE. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT In order to graduate with a certificate, 25% of the course hours taken must not overlap between past certifications. Internal & External credits and PLAR are not considered as residency credit. STUDENT WITHDRAWAL Upon written request, a student in a graded course may withdraw from the course without academic penalty by a deadline date representing 70% of the course duration. For courses 12 hours or less in length, students must withdraw one week prior to start date. The student’s academic transcript will display a 'W' grade for this course. Requests can be directed to the Office of the Registrar (Room E1012). Failure to withdraw before this date will result in an 'F' grade. WAITING LISTS If you apply for a course that is filled, ask to have your name added to the waiting list. We will prioritize the wait list by date.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Hours (mid-September to end-April): Mon-Thu 8am-10pm Fri 8am-4:30pm Sun 1pm-5pm

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Hours (mid-May to mid-August): Mon/Wed/Fri 8:30am-4:30pm Tue/Thu 8:30am-9pm Doors lock 15 minutes before closing. Note: Library hours may vary.

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Fanshawe’s Continuing Education online studies programs and courses are administered through two online learning management systems, FanshaweOnline and Ontario Learn.

Ontario Learn Important Dates: SECTION INTAKE

ASSOCIATED SECTION CODE

COURSE START DATE

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

REFUND DEADLINE

COURSE END DATE

September

50LC

Sep7

Sep14

Sep21

Dec14

October

51LC

Oct1

Oct5

Oct12

Jan7

November

52LC

Nov1

Nov7

Nov15

Feb7

December

53LC

Dec3

Dec7

Dec17

Mar11

FanshaweOnline is Fanshawe College’s learning management system. Through this online portal you can login to access your 100% online Fanshawe courses. You will receive a personal FanshaweOnline email address, access to all course related content, participate in moderated online discussions and chats, submit assignments to a virtual drop box, gain access to your grades, and communicate with your instructor and fellow students. FANSHAWE ONLINE (OL) LOGIN PROCEDURES Once registered in your course(s), please allow two business days for your FanshaweOnline profile to be created. Courses can be accessed after their official start date. Thereafter, the following steps will guide you through the FanshaweOnline login process: Go to www.FanshaweOnline.ca Click on Login Help link Click on FanshaweOnline Account Information Enter your Student Number and click Submit Select Send Password (which will send your login username and password to the email account you provided upon registration 6. Retrieve your password from your email account 7. Go back to www.FanshaweOnline.ca and login 8. Select the link to your course 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

If you have taken a FanshaweOnline course in the past your existing username and password may be used. GENERAL INFORMATION

If you experience any problems with obtaining your FOL username or password, please contact the Help Desk at 519-452-4430 x4357 or helpdesk@fanshawec.ca. FANSHAWEONLINE (OL) STUDENT ORIENTATIONS In-person FanshaweOnline orientations are available for those students who are willing and able to attend. Each session is designed to walk through the login process, answer any questions regarding FanshaweOnline. For more information about scheduled times, orientation room numbers, or for general inquiries about the orientations, email Continuing Education at ce@fanshawec.ca.

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For more information about your FanshaweOnline courses, how to order textbooks, and frequently asked questions, visit www. fanshawec.ca/ce.

Ontario Learn is a learning management system similar to FanshaweOnline; only its courses are offered 100% online through a partnership with 22 Ontario Colleges, which comprise the Ontario Learn consortium. Ontario Learn courses are Fanshawe College approved, but are not offered on FanshaweOnline; rather they are hosted on their host college learning management systems. Access to all course-related content, participation in moderate online discussions and chats, submission of all assignments, access to your grades, and communication with your instructor and fellow students is all available online once registered in your course(s). ONTARIO LEARN (OL) LOGIN PROCEDURES Once registered in your course(s), please allow two business days for your Ontario Learn profile to be created. Courses can be accessed after their official start date. Thereafter, the following steps will guide you through the Ontario Learn login process: 1. Go to www.OntarioLearn.com 2. Click Login in the lower left-hand corner 3. Enter your username, which will be: • fa• The first three letters of your first name • Your last name Example: fa-johsmith (John Smith) 4. Your password is: newone 5. Once in, click on a course and it will ask you to re-login. Please use the same username and password Your username should be in all lowercase and a maximum of 15 characters (including fa-).


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A Culture of Addictions A+ Certification Hardware A+ Certification Software Abnormal Psychology Abuse & Family Violence Academic & Career Entrance Certificate Accent Reduction for Professionals Access 2007, Level II Access 2010 Access 2010 Level II Accounting Basics I, II Accounting Certificate Accounting I, II – Intermediate ACCPAC Activation in Long Term Care Activation Techniques in Gerontology Certificate Addictions Fundamentals Certificate Administrative Assistant's Package Adobe Acrobat Adobe Dreamweaver Level I, II Adobe Illustrator Adobe Illustrator Level I Adobe InDesign Basics Adobe InDesign Level I, II Adobe Photoshop Adobe Photoshop Level I Adobe Photoshop Level I, II Adobe Photoshop Level II Adult Learning Adults with Learning Disabilities Advanced Design Principles Advanced Medical Transcription Advanced Trade Theory for TD Advertising & Sales Promotion Air Brake Adjustment Certificate Air Brake Endorsement (Z) Air Conditioning & Heat Pumps Alcohol & Gaming American Sign Language ASL 101, 102 American Sign Language ASL 103, 201 Anatomy & Physiology for RPN I, II Animal Husbandry II Applied Behaviour Analysis, Intro to Applied Simply Accounting for Windows Art History & Theory Art of Negotiation Arts Sampler Assembly, Wrapping & Packaging Assessment & Evaluation Association for Operations Management (APICS) Auditing I, II Autism & Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intro to Auto Mechanics - Basic AutoCAD Fundamentals AutoCAD Operator Training (Declaration of Academic Achievement) AutoCAD Residential

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Back-Flow Prevention 100 Back-Flow Recertification 100 Basic & Algebraic Mathematics 7 Basic Anatomy & Related 49, 54, 88 Terminology Basic Animal Husbandry 90 Basic Electrocardiography 44 Basic Engineering Drawings 92 Basic Metal Machining 94 Basic Quark Xpress 79 Basic Veterinary Pharmacology 90 Beginning Medical Transcription 54 Behaviour Management & Crisis 65, 67 Intervention Behavioural Skill Building 62 Benefits Administration 27 Best Practice in Early Care & Education 65 Biological & Psychosocial Aging 49 Biology – College Prep 7 Bladder Health 52, 71 Bookkeeping Certificate 15 Border Services 67 Bowel Health 52, 71 Braille Level I, II, III, IV 84 Bridging for Internationally 55 Educated Nurses Certificate Brokerage & Logistics I, II 29 Building & Maintaining Customer 27, 77, 90 Relationships Building Environmental Systems 97 Certificate Building Environmental Systems 97 Facility Manager Certificate Building Trust in the Workplace 72 Business Administration 17 Certificate Business Analyst Essentials 72 Business Communication II 27 Business Finance 18, 31 Business Information Systems 18, 22, 31, 78 Business Law 15, 18, 31 Business Law I 27 Business Management & 28 Organizational Behaviour, Intro to Business Math 7, 15, 18, 25 Business Microcomputer 15, 18, 31, 78, 88 Applications Business Presentation Skills 70 Business Processes, Intro to 16, 19, 23 Business Report Writing 28 Business Safety & Security 101 72 Business Taxation 16, 18, 31 Business Writing Strategies 28

C C# Programming, Intro to Cabinet Maker Apprentice Certificate Cabinet Making Certificate Calculus Prep Mathematics I Canadian Criminal Justice System Canadian Families: Change & Diversity Canadian Investment Canadian Law & Provincial Legislation Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Canadian Politics Canadian Professional Sales Association (CPSA)

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Canadian Securities Institute (CSI) 34 Canadian Workplace – Current Trends 40 Capital Campaigns 25 Caregiving Skills in Dementia Care 49 CBRC Exam Preparation for 52 Respiratory Therapy Certified General Accountants of 31 Ontario (CGA) CFC/HCFC Certification (ODP) 102 Chemistry – College Prep 7 Child Abuse: Intervention & Prevention 66 Child Development I, II 66 Children's Literature, Intro to 41 Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate 12 Cisco Cert. Network Associate 1: 78 Intro to Networking Cisco Cert. Network Associate 2: 78 Routing Cisco Cert. Network Associate 3: 78 Switching Cisco Cert. Network Associate 4: 78 Wide Area Networks Classroom Skills 63 Climate for Learning 38 Clinical & Preceptorship 44, 56 Co-Dependency as an Addiction 65 Cognitive Impairment Programming 49 College Education Theory 38 College Teaching Graduate 38 Certificate Comfort Measures 54 Communicating with Non-Verbal 52, 71 Clients Communication & Investigative 28 Report Writing Communication & Professional 98 Practices Communication in Nursing 56 Communication Techniques 66 Communications I 67 Communications I, II 7 Communications II – Law Enforcement 67 Community & Developmental 65 Community & Social Services 67 Community Policing I, II 67 Compensation & Benefits 18, 22, 33, 88 Compensation Management 27 Components of a Major 25 Giving Program Computer Aided Design (CAD) 100 Computerized Accounting 88 Computerized Billing 88 Computerized Office Essentials 77 Certificate Computerized Office Essentials 57 Certificate (Accelerated) Computers 1 – Intro 77, 78 Computers 2 – Intro 78 Computers a Starting Point 78 Computers a Starting Point Level II 78 Computers in Education 63 Conflict Management 67, 68 Construction Contracts & 100 Documents Contemporary Canadian 67 Social Problems Contemporary History 40 Contemporary Issues in 18, 22 Human Relations Corporate Communications 24 Certificate Corporate Finance 27


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Corporate Learning & Development 17 Certificate Corseting & Evening Wear 10 Cost Accounting I 16, 18 CPR (Level C or HCP) & AED 53 CPTN – Personal Trainer 12 Certification Exam CPTN – The Art & Science of 12 Personal Training Creating a Corporate Service Culture 27 Creating a Dementia Care Skill Kit 68 Creating Web Pages with HTML I, II 80 Creative Arts Certificate 9 Creative Writing – Beginners, Intermediate 11 Creative Writing I 11 Credit Institute of Canada (CIC) 34 Criminal & Civil Law 67 Criminal Code 67 Criminal Code & Civil Law 67 Criminal Code & Federal Statutes 67 Criminal Law – Legal Admin 29 Criminal Psychology – Criminal Minds 68 Criminal Psychology – Psychopathic 68 Minds Criminology 67 Crisis Intervention (Declaration of 60 Academic Achievement) Critical & Creative Thinking 41, 49 Critical Thinking 41 Cults & Terrorism 40, 68 Curio Cabinet 96 Current Issues in Adult Education 41 Curriculum Design & Delivery I, II 38 Curriculum Development I, III 66 Custom Painting Techniques 103 Customer Service & Communication 49 Skills Customs Administration I, II 29 Cybernation: Understanding 41 Technology

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Ethics & Professionalism 62 Event Management (Planning) 24 Certificate Event Management 101 74 Event Management Strategies 28 Event Planning & Protocol 28 Events Planning, Service & Scheduling 26 Every Day & Professional Situations 56 Every Day & Professional Situations 82 – Dutch, ESL, French, German Every Day Professional Situations 83 – Italian, Spanish Everyday Homeopathic Therapeutics 52 Excel 2007, Level II, III 75 Excel 2010, Level II 75 Excel 2011 for Mac 75 Excel Spreadsheets 16, 26, 79 Exceptionalities I, II, III 63 Exploring Dementia Care 68 Expressive Writing 11 Exterior Inspection 99 Eyelash Extension 62, 71

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Early Childhood Education – Fast 61 Track Diploma Program E-Business, Intro to 28 ECE Practices, Intro to 66 Economics I, II 18, 32, 89 Educational & Recreational 41 Programming Educational Assistant Post 63 Graduate Certificate Educational Assistant: Field Placement 63 Effective Sales Management 74 Electrical Blueprints 93 Electrical Inspection 98 Electrical Theory II 93 Electrician Trades Certificate 93 Electronic Publishing & Emerging 90 Library Technologies Electronics III 93 Elements & Principles of Design, 10 Colour Theory & Floral History E-Marketing Package 73 Embroidery, Texture & Design 11 Emergency Management 29 Emergency Management – EMR 18 Emergency Nursing Certificate 43 (Online) Emergency Nursing Clinical Practice 44 Emotional Development & Early 66 Relations Energy Management BES710 97 Enforcement Procedures 67 Engineering Blueprint Reading 97 Enhancing Communication & 68 Interpersonal in Dementia Care Ensuring Successful Printing Results 77, 79 Enteral Tube Feeding for PSW's 52, 72 Entrepreneurship 29 Environment Management, an Intro 29 Environmental Citizenship 40 Environmental Emergencies 44 Ergonomics 18 ESL for the Workplace 83 Essentials in Health Records 54 Management Essentials of Writing Fiction 11 Esthetics Certificate 61 Ethical Issues in Business 16, 19, 26 Ethical, Legal & Spiritual Concerns 54 Ethics & Active Citizenship 68

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Facilitating an Online Course 19, 41 Family Dynamics in Social Work 66 Fashion Illustration 11 Field of Early Intervention, Intro to the 65 Film Genres – Epic Films 40 Finance 22 Finance & Accounting for 22 Non-Accountants Finance & Accounting Math 7 Financial Planning Fundamentals 27 Financial Services Commission 35 of Ontario (FSCO) First Aid – Standard First Aid, CPR 53 (Level C or HCP) & AED First Aid – Standard First Aid, 53 CPR (Level C or HCP) & AED Recertification First Nations People 67, 68 Flash - Intro, Intermediate 80 Fly Fishing 40 Food Preparation & Services 50 Food Service Worker Certificate 47 Food Service Worker Field Placement 50 Foodonomics: Starving for the Truth 40 Foodsafe 50 Foot Care for Nurses – Basic, 45, 73 Advanced Foot Care for PSW's 52 Foot Reflexology 53 Forensic Psychology 67 Forklift Truck Driver Training 103 Foundations for Development 64 & Learning Foundations in Addictions 60 Signs & Symptoms Foundations of Education 63 Foundations of Patient Transport 50 Foundations of Settlement Workers 62 Foundations Personal Support 50 Fraud Investigation 67 French I, II, III, IV, V 82 Fundamental Mathematics 7 Fundamentals of Human Learning 65 Fundamentals of Project Scheduling 74 Fundamentals of WSIB 72 Fundraising Certificate 24

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Dance – Social & Latin for Beginners 12 Database Design for Information 80 Workers Dealing with Difficult People 68 Death & Dying 60 Decontamination, Principles, 49 Procedures & Practices Defensive Driving Course with 102 Simulator Enhancement Dementia Studies Multidiscipline 46 Certificate Dental Anatomy & Physiology 89 Dental Terminology 54 Descriptive & Access Cataloging II 90 Design Basics 79 Desktop Publishing 25, 77 Desktop Publishing (Declaration of 77 Academic Achievement) Detailed Blouse 9 Developing a Graphic Design Portfolio 79 Developing Client Service Teams 27 Developing Web Applications with 80 ASP.Net & C# Developmental Psychology 63 Diabetes 52, 72 Dialysis for RN's & RPN's, Intro to 45 Digital Photography 9, 13 Disinfection & Sterilization Concepts 50 & Techniques

Dispute Resolution 68 Diversity & First Nations 68 Domestic & Workplace Violence 65, 67 Domestic Violence 60 Dramatic Scriptwriting 11 Drawing & Visual Fundamentals 9 Dreamweaver – Intro, Advanced 80 Dreamweaver Level I 75 Dressmaking – Advanced (Declaration 10 of Academic Achievement) Dressmaking (Declaration of 9 Academic Achievement) Dressmaking Level I – Skirt 9 Driver Ed – M2 Exit Training & Test 103 Driver Ed – Motorcycle 103 Driver Ed instructor – In Vehicle Part I, II 103 Drug Knowledge: Addiction & 60 Behaviour Dutch Basics 83 Dynamic Websites with AMP 80

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G Gas Technician 3 – Level I, II Gas Technician Certificate General Business Certificate General Machinist Trades Certificate Geographic Information System Software – Arcview Geographic Information Systems, Intro to Gerald Fagan Singers Global Warming Concepts Google Adwords, Intro to Grammar & Proofreading for Professional Writing Graphic Design Great Philosophers – Lives & Thoughts Group Dynamics for SSW Group Learning & Team Development Growing Up Digital – Living & Working in Canada Guidance of the Young Child

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Hand Tools Handling Patient Transport Equipment & Specimens Hazard Management Healing & Episodic Health Challenges Health & Transitions Health & Wellness Health Care Office Assistant Certificate Health Care Office Assistant Certificate (Accelerated) Health Care Office Assistant Field Placement Health Services Management & Administration Certificate Healthy Adult Aging Heating Inspection I, II Hiring Right Hispanic Culture & Language Hockey Hall of Fame Presents Hollywood: the Viewers Perspective Hospital Building Systems BES709 Hospitality Facility Management Hospitality Marketing I How to Make (Not Take) Better Pictures How to Start a Small Business HTML Level I – Web Programming Human Body Structure & Function Human Development Human Growth & Development Human Relations Human Resource Management Human Resources Management Certificate Human Resources Planning Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) Human Sexuality Humanities

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I Identification, Care & Handling of Instrumentation IELTS Academic Reading Workshop IELTS Academic Writing Workshop IELTS General Test Reading & Writing Workshop IELTS Listening & Speaking Workshop IELTS Listening Workshop IELTS Overview Workshop IELTS Practice Examination Workshop IELTS Speaking Workshop IM Injections – RN's & RPN's Inclusion-Issues & Implementation Inclusive Learning Environment Industrial Hygiene Industrial Management (Supervisory Skills for Managers) Certificate Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Trades Certificate Infant & Toddler Child Care Certificate Initiation of Intravenous Therapy Installation Methods, II Institute of Canadian Bankers (ICB) Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) Instructional Techniques Instructional Technology & Presentation Instructional Technology in Adult Education Instrumentation III Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO) Insurance General Basic Broker Intercultural Communication Intercultural Communication, Intro to Interior Insulation Inspection Intermediate Accounting I, II, III Intermediate Trade Calculations Intermediate Trade Practical for GM Intermediate Trade Practical for MM Intermediate Trade Practical for TD Internal Communications Planning Internet Essentials Interpersonal & Group Dynamics Interpersonal Communication Interviewing & Investigation Investigation & Surveillance Investment Funds in Canada Investment Market Timing Issues in ICU/CCU/Emergency Nursing Italian Culture & Travel Italian the Basics

J Java Intro, Intermediate JavaScript Job Training & Supports B

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Laboratory Practice I & II 56 Laboratory Practice II 44 Labour & Employment Law 19, 23 Labour Relations 19, 23, 89 Landlord & Tenant Law 29 Language & Learning Through Play 64 Law & the Homeowner 29 Leadership & Administration 64 Certificate Leadership Coaching 72 Leadership Development Series 21 Certificate Leadership in a Team Environment 28 Leadership in Activation 50 Leadership in Organizations 19, 23, 89 Lean Manufacturing – Six Sigma 96 Learn to Curl 12 Learning, Thinking & Problem Solving 41 LEED Green Building Strategies & 99 Green Associate Exam Preparation Legal Terminology 29 Legislation for Health & Safety 29 Libraries & the Information Industry, 90 Intro to Life Skills Methods for Groups 65 Linguistics 38 Litigation 36

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M Mac OS & iLife, Intro to Machine Tool Project Maintenance Management Skills & Techniques Maintenance Welding II Making Ethical Decisions Managing in the Age of Change Management Accounting Management of Drug Distribution Systems Management of Organizational, Strategic & Marketing Plans Management Skills for IT Professional Certificate Management/Leadership Skills Managing Difficult Situations Managing in the Age of Change Marketing & Business B Marketing Certificate Marketing II Marketing on the World Marketing Research Methods II Massage Therapy Administration: Motor Vehicle Incidents Massage Therapy Administration: Orthopedic Assessment Material & Operations Management Maternal/Newborn Nursing Mathematics Fundamentals Mechanical Theory & Machines Medical Conditions for Medical Office Professionals Medical Keyboarding Medical Office Procedures Medical OHIP Billing Medical Terminology Level I Medical Transcription Medical Transcription Intermediate

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Medical Transcription Styles & 54 Practices Mental Health & Cognitive Impairment 50 Metrology - QA 97 Microbiology & Infection Control 50 Microsoft Office 2010 Level I, II 78 Microsoft Office Essentials 78, 89 for Health Care Minute-Taking, Intro to 71 Moroccan Cuisine 12 Mortgage Agent Program 35 Mortgage Broker Program Part I 35 Motor Vehicle Mechanic Pre-Certificate 102 Motorcycle Repair 101 103 Motorcycling, Intro to 103 Mould Maker Trades Certificate 92 MS Access 77, 79, 89 MS Access - Advanced 80 MS Excel 77, 80, 89 MS Excel - Advanced 80 MS Excel Formulas 80 MS Office 26 MS Office - 2007/2010 80 MS PowerPoint 80, 89 MS Project Basics, Advanced 74, 75 MS Word 77, 80, 89 MS Word - Advanced 80 Multi Media 9 Multidiscipline Geriatric Assessment 50 Myth, Folktale & Fairy Tale 41 Myths & Legends 41

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Nature & Wildlife Photography 13 NCCP Coaching Intro to Competition 12 Part A, B Negotiating Skills 72 Network + 2009 78 Not for Profit Leadership I: 29 Operational Frameworks Not for Profit Leadership II: 29 Contemporary Issues & Practices Nursing in Ontario 44, 56 Nursing Informatics 56 Nursing Pre-Readiness Assessment I, II 56 Nutrition 54 Nutrition & Wellness Specialist 53 Nutrition in Health Care 54 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle 50 Nutrition, Intro to 54

O

66 19, 23 17 58 19, 44 43 44 19 88 89

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Pediatric & Adolescent Emergencies 44 Painting - Acrylic 9 Painting - Watercolour 9 Palliative Care Communications 54 Parent & Staff Training 63 Parenteral Therapy 46 Part 9: The House - Health & Safety 98 Pathophysiology I for RPN 54 Patient Preparation 90 Patient Transport (Portering) 47 Certificate Payroll Administration 16, 23, 27 Payroll Compliance Legislation 34 Payroll Fundamentals II 34 Payroll Management, Intro to 33 Performance Management 72 Personal & Interpersonal Dynamics 63 Personal & Working Relationships 44 Personal Change, Transition & Ethics 51 Personal Development 66 Personal Psychology 68 Personal Success 28, 51 Personal Support Worker Certificate 48 Personal Support Worker Certificate 58 (Accelerated) Personal Taxation 16, 20, 32 Perspectives on Hockey 41 Pharmacology 44, 56, 60 Pharmacology - Pharmacy 48 Technician Bridging Pharmacology for Caregivers 52 Pharmacology for Medical Office 54 Professionals Pharmacology Theory Review 54 for Nurses Philosophies of ECE 66 Photoshop for the Web 75 Planning for Quality 97 Plant Engineering and Maintenance 35 Association of Canada (PEMAC) Plumbing Inspection 99 Pneumatics 94 Poetry 11 Poetry Writing 11 Police Powers I, II 67 Portable Power Tools 96 Post Anaesthesia Care Nursing 46 Pottery Level I, II 9 PowerPoint 2010 75

PR & Corporate Communications, 19, 26 Intro to Practical Nurse Certificate to 43 Diploma Completion Practicum - Observation 39 Practicum I, II 39 Preparatory Physics 7 Preschool Setting Certificate 64 Presentations & Desktop Publishing 77, 80 Principles of Accounting I 20, 90 Principles of Accounting I, II 16, 32 Principles of Convention & 28 Meeting Planning Principles of Ethical Reasoning 68 Principles of Evaluation 38 Principles of Human Resources 20, 23, 90 Management Principles of Marketing I 20, 26 Principles of Sales 29 Processing Physicians' Orders 90 Product Preparation - Pharmacy 48 Technician Bridging Professional Bartending & Smart Serve 12 Professional Basic Manicure/Spa 62 Manicure Professional Business Writing 71 Professional Communication for 90 Health Care Office Assistant Professional Ethics 60 Professional Floral Design Certificate 10 Professional Practice - Pharmacy 49 Technician Bridging Professional Sales Package 74 Professional Writing II 26 Project Management 20, 23 Project Management & Scheduling 24 Software Project Management Certificate 22 Project Management Fundamentals 74 Project Management Package 74 Project Management, Intro to 27 Project Risk Management 20, 24 Provincial Offences 68 PSW Community Placement 51 PSW Consolidation 51 PSW Laboratory Practice 51 PSW LTC Clinical 51 Psychological & Social Implications 54 Psychology, Intro to 63, 67, 68 Public Relations Certificate 25

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QA Advanced CMI/GDT/CMM 97 Certificate (Manufacturing/ Mechanical) QA Advanced Management Certificate 96 Quality Assurance Certificate 96 (Basic) (QAS2) Quality Assurance for the Food 97 Industry Quality Assurance Program & 24 Techniques Quantitative Methods 17, 32 Quantitative Methods I, II 7 QuickBooks 27, 77 27 QuickBooks Advanced 70 QuickBooks Level I, II

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Observing the Young Child Occupational Health & Safety Occupational Health & Safety Certificate Occupational Health & Safety Certificate (Accelerated) Occupational Health & Safety Legislation Occupational Health Nursing Certificate Occupational Health Nursing Management Occupational Hygiene Office Administration Certificate Office Technology & Procedures

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Ontario Institute of the Purchasing 32 Management Association of Canada (PMAC) Operations Management, Intro to 33 Organization Skills 90 Organizational Behaviour 19, 23, 34 Organizational Business 16, 20, 23, 26, 32, 89 Communication Organizational Learning & 20 Development Organizational Studies 28 Organizing the Project Team 20, 23 Orientation to Palliative Care 54 Ostomy Care & Management 46. 73 Outlook 2010 75 Outlook 2010, Intro to 77 Overcoming Challenges in Sales 74 Overview of Dementia Care 51

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Racism & Discrimination 41, 68 Real Estate 36 Records Maintenance & the Law 90 Recruitment & Retention Strategies 72 for the Employer Recruitment & Selection 20, 24 Regions of the World 11 Rehabilitation Case Management 45 Research & Reporting 28 Research: Development & Applications 65 Residential Interiors Level I 12 Resource Consultant Certificate 64 Revit Architectural from the Ground Up 95 RFP's & Proposal Writing 71 Rigging & Hoisting 94 Role of the FSW 51 Role of the Professional in ECE 66 Romance Writing 11 Roofing Inspection 99

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Safety 95 Safety Administration 20 Sanitation & Safety 54 Schematic Drawings 94 School Age Setting Certificate 64 School Aged Child Care 66 Science Fiction 41 Screenwriting Fundamentals 11 Search Engine Optimization 71 Second Language Pedagogy 39 Security Practices 67 Security Professionals Basic Training 36 Self & Others 45 Self & Others for PSW's 51 Sexual Violence 41 Simply Accounting 70 Skin Care 62 Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 29 Intro to Small Business Financial 29 Management Small Business Management I 17, 20, 26 Small Business Operations & 29 Legal Issues Small Engine Repair 103 Smart Serve 12 Social Foundations in ESL 39 Social Issues 65 Social Media – the Next Step 71 Social Media & Society 29 Social Media 101 78 Social Media Marketing for Small 71 Business Sociology, Intro to 67, 68 Software Application Integration 77 Solar Energy, Intro to 100 Spanish – the Basics 83 Spanish Holiday Survival Guide 83 Spanish Tapas 12 Special Diets 51 Specialized Instructional Strategies 63 Spirometry 45 Sports Marketing 26 Sports Marketing Certificate 25 Sports Psychology 68 Statistical Methods 97 Statistics 7

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Sterile Processing Certificate Sterile Processing Clinical Consolidation Sterile Storage, Inventory Control & Management of Resources Strategic Management of Resources Strategic Planning & Crisis Management Strategies for Fostering Client Loyalty Stress, Wellness & Nutrition Structure Inspection Supervision & Administration Supervisor's Package Supply Chain Management - Basics Supported Employment Specialist (Declaration of Academic Achievement)

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Understanding & Explaining Grammar Understanding Literature Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff

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Taxation Advanced 32 Taxation I, II 27 Tea Sommelier (Declaration of 10 Academic Achievement) Tea, Intro to 10 Teaching English as a Foreign 38 Language Certificate Teaching English as a Second 38 Language Certificate Teaching Strategies 65 Team Coaching 72 Technical Mathematics 7 Technical Writing Fundamentals 25 Certificate Technology Advanced Prep 7 Mathematics Technology: Apocalypse or Eden 41 The Art of Soap Making 11 The Environment 100 The Figure: Foundation & Feeling 11 Theory & Practice of Counselling 60 Therapeutic Programming 51 Therapeutic Touch Level I, II 53, 72 Timber Frame Construction 100 Timber Frame Construction 100 – Intermediate Time Management Skills 73 Tool & Die Maker Trades Certificate 92 Tool Cabinet 96 Trade Drawings & Layout 96 Trade Mathematics 93 Trade Practical 93 Trade Show Management for 29 Conventions Traffic Management 68 Train the Trainer 73 Training & Development 20, 24, 90 Transition Planning & 63 Implementation Travel & Adventure Photography 13 Travel Writing 11 Treating Challenging Behaviours 63 Trends & Technologies in PR 26

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Value Selling 74 Values, Definition & Quality Issues B 62 Vegetarian Cooking 12 Venipuncture 46, 73 Veterinary Anesthesia 90 Veterinary Lab Procedures 90 Veterinary Office Skills & Procedures 90 Veterinary Surgical Procedures 90 Veterinary Terminology 90 Victimization 60 Vietnamese Cooking 12 Visual Basic – Intro, Intermediate 79 Visual C++ Intro, Intermediate 79 Visual Design – Essentials of Approach 13

W Weight Training – Basics Wellness in Children What in the World is Going On What Language Does Your Patient Hurt In Windows 7 Windows 7 Operating System Word 2007, 2010 Wordpress & the Web Introduction Working & Communicating in a Medical Setting Working Safety in an Educational Setting Working with Dementia Clients Certificate Working with Families & Teams Working with Parents Workplace Communications Skills for Business Workplace Communications Skills for Health Sciences Workplace Communications Skills for Technology Wound Care Part I & II – RN's & RPN's Only Wound Care Part I & II – RN's & RPN's Only Wound Management Introduction Writing for PR & Media Relations Writing for Publication I Writing Grammatically Writing Short Stories WSIB Level II – Benefits & Representation

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