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WINTER 2018 Program Guide

M O U N T ROYA L U N I V ER S I T Y

CO N T I N U I N G E DU C AT I O N Your journey begins here Transform your career with more than 100 certificate and diploma programs.

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You can’t wait to pursue your passion. You know taking this course will give you a leg up at work. You are ready to switch up your career. We are here to help you be inspired, successful and ready for the future. CARIBOO EXPRESS – NOV. 3, CALGARY YOUTH ORCHESTRA – NOV. 19, TANYA TAGAQ – NOV. 22, WINTER FANTASIA – DEC. 10, SOUNDS OF THE SEASON – DEC. 16


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Mount Royal has more than 60 years of providing continuing education.


Let’s get started On the following pages, you can check out more than 1,000 courses. Browse through 100 certificate and diploma programs to enhance your career. Courses cover a wide range of sectors, such as social services, business and health, to name just a few. Linked with 25 industry partners and many professionals, you will meet the right companies and the right people. We have made it easy for you to learn — either in the classroom or workplace, online or in the community. Whatever works best for you. And true to Mount Royal’s reputation, class sizes average around 20 people, meaning you will enjoy individual attention from top‑quality instructors.


It’s easy to sign up! Office hours

The office is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.

Step 1: Search and select a program Are you the kind of person that likes to browse? Then go ahead and flip through the pages or go to our website at mru.ca/ContEd.

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Maybe you know exactly what you are looking for. The table of contents on pages 6 and 7 are in alphabetical order and colour-coded by program area. The index on pages 135 through 143, lists all the courses. These courses are also listed at mru. ca/ContEdPrograms.

Step 2: Choose flexible ways to learn Take advantage of many ways to learn: • classroom • online • blended (classroom and online) • webinars • fast track

Step 3: Confirm if there are prerequisites We want you to be successful, which means some courses have prerequisites. These are either mandatory or recommended.

Step 4: Register now! We’re ready to sign you up starting Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 8:30 a.m. Pick how you want to register and pay. • Online at mru.ca/ContEd/Register anytime and anywhere. You can register up to midnight the day before the course commences. Online registration is not available for block codes or gift certificates.

€€ Pay with Visa or MasterCard. • Phone 403.440.3833 or toll-free at 1.877.287.8001. €€ Pay with Visa or MasterCard. • Visit us on campus during office hours at Wickets 9 and 10 in Kerby Hall, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB. €€ Pay with Visa, MasterCard or Interac. • Send a fax to 403.440.6743. You can download a registration form at mru.ca/RegForm. €€ Pay with Visa or MasterCard • Put it in the mail. Download a print registration form at the link above. Attach the course fee (see options below) and mail to Mount Royal University, Continuing Education Registration Services, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB T3E 6K6. €€ Pay with Visa, MasterCard, cheque (not post-dated) or money order.


Step 5: Confirm your registration and sign into your student account Within two business days, you will receive an email confirming your registration and providing more information. If you already have a student account, you can login to MyMRU.ca to check your schedule. Just received a student account? Please refer to the confirmation email and go to MyMRU.ca to activate your account. Please note that your username and password are not the same as your Online Registration Student ID and PIN. If you have any problems, call 403.440.6000. You can also access your student records, such as unofficial transcripts and tax forms at MyMRU.ca.

Free Tutorial For Online Learners For online learners, it is highly recommended you take a FREE tutorial. In this five-hour tutorial, you will learn important tips and practice submitting an assignment, sending a test email, starting a discussion online, taking a quiz and reviewing your grades. Go to CRN 30158 and sign up now. The tutorial is open from Jan. 2 to April 30, 2018.

Step 6: Download our Welcome Guide This Guide (available at mru.ca/Welcome) will provide you with information on parking (there is also a map on the inside back cover), the BookStore, campus amenities and other general information.

Withdrawal Policy When do you need to withdraw? For regular Continuing Education courses, withdrawals must be received no later than four (4) business days before the course start date to be eligible for a refund. Some courses or programs have special withdrawal/refund policies that supersede this Withdrawal Policy. These can be found on your confirmation of registration letter. For full-time certificate programs and print-based distance-delivered courses/programs, withdrawals must be received ten (10) business days before the course start date to be eligible for a refund. How much will you get back? All withdrawal refunds are subject to an administration fee of 10 per cent of the course tuition to a maximum of $50. Refunds may take up to two weeks to process.

Information to include in your withdrawal notification • full legal name • date of birth • address • phone number • student identification number • course reference number (CRN) • course name • course start and end dates Ways to provide notification of withdrawal • email ceregservices@mtroyal.ca • fax 403.440.6743 • mail or in person at Wicket 9, Registration Services, A101 Kerby Hall, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB, T3K 6K6

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Table of Contents Administrative Professionals

Communications and Marketing

Administrative Assistant........................................................ 8

Digital Communications.......................................................32

Customer Service Excellence................................................ 9

Digital Content Creation.......................................................33

Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional..............10

Event Management..............................................................35

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Meeting Mastery.................................................................. 11

Continuing Education

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Arts and Design

Wedding and Social Event Planner...................................... 36 Marketing and Event Skills.................................................. 36 Marketing and Strategic Communications...........................37

Comics and Graphic Novels..................................................12

Professional Editing............................................................. 38

Creative Writing....................................................................12

Social Media Basics............................................................. 38

Film and TV...........................................................................13

Social Media for Business................................................... 39

Floral Design.........................................................................14

Technical Writing.................................................................. 40

Home Staging......................................................................15 Interior Decorating................................................................15

Community

Photography.........................................................................16

Addiction Studies..................................................................42

Visual Arts.............................................................................18

Aviation

Child and Youth Human Rights.............................................43 Children’s Mental Health......................................................44 Community Paramedicine....................................................44

Private Pilot Licence.............................................................19

Funeral Service.....................................................................45

Business

Police Studies...................................................................... 46

Accounting Basics............................................................... 20

Universal Design................................................................. 46

Business Administration.......................................................21

Universal Design for Physical Spaces...................................47

Business Analysis.................................................................22

First Aid and CPR Certification.............................................45

Contract Management.........................................................23

Computers and Technology

Contract Management: Business Law.................................24

Accounting Software........................................................... 48

Entrepreneurship................................................................. 26

Computer Essentials........................................................... 48

Lean Management and Continuous Improvement...............27

MS Office Pro...................................................................... 49

Payroll.................................................................................. 28

MS Excel............................................................................. 50

Real Property Administrator® / Facilities Management Administrator®................................................................ 29

Introductory Computer Courses...........................................51 Mac......................................................................................51

Sales Development............................................................. 29

Digital Graphic Design..........................................................52

Supply Chain Management................................................. 30

Web Designer......................................................................53

Advanced Supply Chain Management..................................31

Video Production..................................................................53 WordPress............................................................................54

Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution...............................................................55 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace.............................. 56


Health

Oil and Gas

Birth Doula............................................................................57

Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA)............................................................................84

Dementia Care.....................................................................57 Advanced Topics in Dementia Care...................................... 59

Introduction to the Petroleum Industry................................85

Integrative Health Coach..................................................... 60

Oil and Gas Skills for the Administrative Professional..........87

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator................................61

Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights.................. 88

Massage Therapy..................................................................61

Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts................. 89

Introductory Massage Courses............................................63

Petroleum Land Business.................................................... 90

Medical Terminology.............................................................63 Neonatal Nursing..................................................................64

Open Online Courses

Perinatal Nursing..................................................................65

Career Planning and Preparation..........................................91

Personal Fitness Trainer........................................................65

Foundations of Conflict Resolution.......................................91

Reiki..................................................................................... 66

Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed.....................91

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)...............................67

Community Investment Professional...................................92

English Language................................................................ 68

Nonprofit Management........................................................93

Teaching English as a World Language.................................71

Social Innovation...................................................................94 Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry..................95

Management and Leadership Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery................72

Teaching and Learning

Human Resource Management...........................................73

Adult Educator Seminar Series............................................ 96

Leadership Development..................................................... 74

Inclusive Education Professional Development .................. 98

Organizational Change Management...................................75

Curriculum Development and Instructional Design............. 98

Pillars of Management.........................................................75

Education Assistant............................................................. 99

Management Development.................................................76 Professional Management Seminar Series..........................77 Project Management........................................................... 78 PMPÂŽ Exam Preparation..................................................... 80 Project Management in Construction...................................81 Project Management Professional Development Seminars....................................................82 Strategic Management.........................................................82

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Languages

Social and Environmental Prosperity

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Feng Shui Practitioner......................................................... 59

Oil and Gas Office Administration........................................85


Administrative Professionals Administrative Assistant Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Acquire sought-after technology skills, as well as a range of soft skills, to prepare you for an administrative role in today’s demanding office environment. In a hands-on setting, learn to use the most common MS Office software. Gain competencies that are essential to administrative roles, including communications, customer service and accounting. Program Format

Benefits Prepare for an administrative role in an office setting Acquire skills to help you earn a promotion Refresh your skills in order to rejoin the workforce Customize your learning experience to meet your needs • Gain professional computer skills that are highly valued in the workplace Administrative Professionals

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 mru.ca/AdminAssistant  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 6 hours

File Management Basics CRN 30704

2 classes

Jan. 9, 11

MS Outlook CRN 30072

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

Accounting Principles for Computers CRN 30059

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• Complete the 13 required courses, 12 of which are offered this semester, plus 2 optional courses (169, 177 or 185 hours depending on options chosen) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

MS Excel, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

MS Word, Level 1 CRN 30054

6 classes

Jan. 15 – 31

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 30073

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

MS Excel, Level 2 (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30057

2 classes

Feb. 26 – 27

CRN 30058

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 11

MS Word, Level 2 CRN 30153

3 classes

Mar. 23 – 25

Business Project, Level 1 CRN 30126

2 classes

Mar. 17 – 18

Business Project, Level 2 CRN 30127

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

Building Customer Relations CRN 30386

1 class

Mar. 23

CRN 30755

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$329

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

7 hours

$219

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 15 hours

Making Meetings Move Online

$169

F $349

Mar. 12 – Apr. 13

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Administrative Assistant – Choose 1 Optional Course 15 hours

Introduction to Event Planning CRN 30121

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30088

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$259 F, S

12 hours

$389

CRN 30590

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

7 hours

$219

Foundations of Social Media for Business

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

1 class

Feb. 24

CRN 30384

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Conflict Management 1 class

Apr. 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S $219 S

Customer Service Excellence  Classroom

The demand for quality customer service in every industry is growing. Learn to build positive relationships with customers, communicate more thoughtfully, solve problems and make decisions efficiently. Earn the trust and respect of others and understand how to diffuse conflict. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain or improve your customer service skills in a variety of settings • Prepare for a job with a customer service focus

• Complete the 2 required courses, plus 1 optional course (21 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/CustomerService  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca

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Courses and Fees 7 hours

Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30387

1 class

Feb. 2

CRN 30386

1 class

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Building Customer Relations Mar. 23

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

$219 F $219 F

Choose 1 Optional Course 7 hours

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

1 class

Feb. 24

CRN 30384

1 class

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Conflict Management Apr. 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Administrative Professionals

Certificate of Completion

$219 S $219 S


Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Acquire a range of important soft skills required in administrative roles. This flexible certificate can be customized to your individual training needs and interests, focusing on the skills you need to learn or improve. Benefits • • • •

Program Format

Acquire or improve your administrative skills Prepare to enter the workforce Learn new skills to earn a promotion Understand the soft skills that complement your technical know-how

• Complete 60 hours of courses of your choice • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Essential  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Administrative Professionals

Introduction to Event Planning

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CRN 30121

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30088

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$259

F, S

12 hours

$389

CRN 30590

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

7 hours

$219

Foundations of Social Media for Business

Accounting Principles for Computers CRN 30059

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

Human Resources Basics for Managers CRN 30382

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 2

CRN 30080

2 classes

Mar. 5 – 6

Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30387

1 class

Feb. 2

7.5 hours

Project Management Basics CRN 30869

1 class

Mar. 9

1 class

Mar. 23

1 class

Feb. 24

Making Meetings Move CRN 30755

Online

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

1 class

$289+GST F $219 F $219 S

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$479

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 hours

Conflict Management CRN 30384

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F

Mar. 12 – Apr. 13

Leading and Implementing Change CRN 30456

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 hours

Building Customer Relations CRN 30386

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Apr. 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F, S $219 S

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Meeting Mastery Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

Plan and prepare for meetings and learn what to do during and after the meeting to ensure it serves its intended purpose. Gain essential facilitation skills for productive meetings and learn to put these skills into practice. Benefits

Program Format

• Build your role as an administrative professional or executive assistant • Gain facilitation skills to ensure your meetings are productive • Followup on action items

• Complete the 2 required courses, plus 1 optional course (37 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Meetings  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

15 hours

$349

7 hours

$219

2 classes

Apr. 16 – 17

Making Meetings Move CRN 30755

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 13

Choose 1 Optional Course Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

1 class

Feb. 24

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S

Administrative Professionals

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders CRN 30189

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Arts and Design Comics and Graphic Novels Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Do you have an idea for your own comic or graphic novel? This program is designed to offer practical, hands-on experience creating comics and graphic novels in this growing industry. Layout, illustration, character creation, storytelling, editing, self-publishing and marketing will be the key topics covered. Benefits

Program Format

• Create your own comic or graphic novel • Develop your story ideas and adapt scripts • Create a variety of illustrations while learning new drawing skills • Identify ways to self-publish your work

• Complete the 5 required courses (67 hours), 3 of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 4 years

 mru.ca/Comics  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 6 hours

Arts and Design

Introduction to Comics & Graphic Novels CRN 30941

2 classes

Jan. 31, Feb. 7

18 hours

Story Creation CRN 30942

6 classes

Feb. 14 – Mar. 21

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 18 hours

Drawing Comics and Graphic Novels CRN 30999

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

6 classes

Mar. 28 – May 2

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$189 W $299 W $299 W

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Creative Writing Courses

 Classroom | Online

Creative writing emphasizes narrative craft, character development and the use of literary tropes and various traditions of poetry and poetics. Develop skills such as copy editing, writing in various genres and publishing and promoting your written work.

 mru.ca/Writing  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 20 hours

Creative Writing, Level 1 CRN 30936

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 26

CRN 30006

8 classes

Jan. 31 – Mar. 21

CRN 30575

8 classes

Apr. 9 – May 2

1 class

Feb. 3

8 classes

Jan. 22 – Mar. 19 No class Feb. 19

7 – 9:30 p.m. 12 hours

Writing for Children and Young Adults CRN 30212

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 20 hours

Fundamentals of Scriptwriting CRN 30938

7 – 9:30 p.m. 6 hours

Writing for Publication CRN 30576

7 – 9:30 p.m. 20 hours

Creative Writing, Level 2

4 classes

Feb. 27 – Mar. 20

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$259 W $259 M, W $139+GST S $269+GST M $189+GST T

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Creative Writing – Courses and Fees Writing Life Stories CRN 30940

Online

Life into Story CRN 30694

1 class

15 hours

$189+GST

5 hours

$95+GST

Mar. 5 – Apr. 16 Feb. 10

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Short-Short Boot Camp: Zero to 500 Words in One Day

5 hours

CRN 30937

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 17

S $95+GST S

Film and TV Courses

 Classroom

Discover how to be the ideal production assistant. Get the information you need for this entry-level position in the film industry. This workshop provides an examination of what is expected of a production assistant and preparation for the extreme demands of film production. Program Format

Benefits

• Complete 1 full-day class (6 hours)

 mru.ca/Film  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 6 hours

Film Production Assistant Workshop CRN 30399

1 class

Feb. 10

20 hours

Fundamentals of Scriptwriting CRN 30938

8 classes

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Jan. 22 – Mar. 19 No class Feb. 19

7 – 9:30 p.m.

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

$129+GST S $269+GST M

Arts and Design

• Acquire the skills you need to enter the film industry • Learn about film production

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Floral Design Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Your creativity, skill level and technique will blossom with these floral design courses. Learn the skills to design, create and care for fresh flower arrangements. All fresh flowers are included in course fees. Benefits • • • •

Program Format

Indulge your love of plants and flowers Develop your creativity and eye for design Prepare to enter the floral design industry Learn floral design skills for weddings and other events

• Complete the 3 required courses (54 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Floral  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca 10% discount if you register for all 3 Levels at once $1,221.30

Block Code CRN FD123 Level 1

3 classes

Feb. 23 – 25

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

Level 2

3 classes

Mar. 2 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

Level 3

3 classes

Mar. 9 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

Arts and Design

Courses and Fees

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Floral Design, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

18 hours

$429 F, S, U

CRN 30068

3 classes

Feb. 23 – 25

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

CRN 30065

6 classes

Jan. 16 – Feb. 1

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30618

3 classes

Mar. 17, 18, 24

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U, S

Floral Design, Level 2 (Choose 1 CRN)

18 hours

$459 F, S, U

CRN 30214

3 classes

Mar. 2 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

CRN 30106

6 classes

Feb. 6 – 22

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30619

3 classes

Apr. 7, 8, 14

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U, S

Floral Design, Level 3 (Choose 1 CRN)

18 hours

$469

CRN 30215

3 classes

Mar. 9 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

CRN 30398

6 classes

Feb. 27 – Mar. 15

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30216

3 classes

Apr. 21, 22, 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U, S

Individual Floral Design Courses 2.5 hours

A Career in the Floral Industry CRN 30950

1 class

Jan. 24

2.5 hours

Bunnies and Blooms CRN 30952

1 class

Mar. 28

4 classes

Mar. 5 – 26

Floral Wedding Designs, Level 2 CRN 30957

6 classes

Apr. 10 – 26

2 classes

Apr. 9 – 11

1 class

Mar. 21

CRN 30955

1 class

Apr. 4

W $65+GST W $399+GST M $429

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

6:30 - 9 p.m. 3 hours

Tropical Arrangement

$49+GST

18 hours

2.5 hours

Minimalist Floral Design CRN 30954

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

6 hours

Dynamic Line Designs CRN 30956

6:30 – 9 p.m. 12 hours

Flowers for a Modern Wedding CRN 30953

6:30 – 9 p.m.

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$179+GST M, W $59+GST W $79+GST W

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Home Staging Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Acquire the necessary skills to help clients stage their home to optimize their sales prospects. Apply the principles of staging to live, even if you are not thinking of selling your home. Benefits • • • • •

Program Format

Learn professional home staging skills and techniques Round out your interior decorating practice Promote the sale of a home Apply your skills in a home furnishing retail setting Stage homes for realtors and builders

• Complete the 2 required courses (28.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/Home  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 6 hours

Introduction to Home Staging CRN 30338

2 classes

Jan. 27 – 28

S, U

22.5 hours

$369

4 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F, S

Feb. 4

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

U

Interior Decorating Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Create the desired ambience in an interior by applying the design principles of home decorating. Explore the fundamentals of design and decorate any room with style and confidence. Learn to decorate for personal reasons or to enter a new industry. Benefits

Program Format

• Indulge your love of home decorating • Develop your creativity and eye for design • Prepare to enter the interior decorating industry in an established firm, establish your own consulting business, work for a home builder or be employed in a retail setting • Learn to decorate show homes and homes for sale

• Complete the 9 required courses (145 hours) • Can be completed within 18 months, up to a maximum of 4 years • Take courses in the recommended order (see schedule) to receive the most benefit from each course

 mru.ca/InteriorDecorating  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30336

6 classes

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

7 – 9:30 p.m.

CRN 30337

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 2 (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30400

6 classes

Mar. 13 – Apr. 17

7 – 9:30 p.m.

CRN 30402

Online

Mar. 13 – Apr. 17 20 hours

Perspective Drawing CRN 30691

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 26

7 – 9:30 p.m.

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$229 T $229 T $259 M

Arts and Design

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Home Staging as a Business CRN 30425

$159

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Interior Decorating – Courses and Fees 15 hours

Interiors Past and Present (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30293

6 classes

Jan. 31 – Mar. 7

CRN 30958

Online

Jan. 31 – Mar. 7

Online

Mar. 19 – Apr. 30

15 hours

Colour and Light CRN 30294

7 – 9:30 p.m.

7 – 9:30 p.m.

Materials for Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings

15 hours

CRN 30069

7 – 9:30 p.m.

6 classes

Feb. 8 – Mar. 15

15 hours

Materials for Surface Finishes CRN 30071

6 classes

Mar. 29 – May 3

CRN 30401

7 – 9:30 p.m. 15 hours

The Role of the Interior Decorator Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 26

7 – 9:30 p.m. 7 – 9:30 p.m.

20 hours

Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating CRN 30171

8 classes

Feb. 8 – Mar. 29

CRN 30403

Online

Mar. 12 – May 7

$229 W $229 T $229 R $229 R $229 T $265 R

Individual Interior Decorating Courses (not part of the Interior Decorating Extension Certificate) 4 hours

Professional Design Presentation

Arts and Design

CRN 30959

16

1 class

Feb. 3

CRN 30404

9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. 6 hours

Basic Sketchup for Interior Decorators 2 classes

Mar. 20 – 22

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$85+GST S $149+GST T, R

Photography Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Practicum/Field Trip

Express your creativity and practice your photography skills hands-on. Take courses for personal or professional development. Benefits • • • •

Program Format

Take your amateur photography skills to the next level Develop your creativity, technique and eye for composition Explore the possibilities offered by digital photography Prepare to work in a professional photography setting

• Complete the 3 required courses, plus 2 optional courses (75 hours minimum) (Some courses may have off‑campus locations) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/Photography  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 20 hours

Foundations of Photography, Level 1 CRN 30007

CRN 30157

8 classes

8 classes

6 – 8:30 p.m.

W

Feb. 10 – Mar. 3

9 – 11:30 a.m.

S

Feb. 27 – Apr. 17

7 – 9:30 p.m. 20 hours

Foundations of Photography, Level 2 CRN 30191

7 classes

$299

Feb. 7 – Mar. 7

T $299

Mar. 21 – Apr. 18

6 – 8:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 24 – Apr. 14

9:30 a.m. – noon

S

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Photography – Choose either course below Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 30169

5 classes

Feb. 26 – Mar. 12

Advanced Digital Darkroom CRN 30943

5 classes

Feb. 5 – 21 No class Feb. 19

15 hours

$279

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$279

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

10 hours

$279

Choose a minimum of 2 Optional Courses Black and White Photography CRN 30692

3 classes

Feb. 9

7 – 9 p.m.

F

Feb. 10

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

Feb. 15 CRN 30693

7 classes

Jan. 26

F

Offsite photo shoot

S

Jan. 28

1 – 4 p.m.

U

Feb. 3

Offsite photo shoot

S

Feb. 4

Offsite photo shoot

U

Feb. 8

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

R

Feb. 16 Apr. 20, 26

7 – 9 p.m.

F

10 hours

$279

7 – 9 p.m.

R, F

Apr. 21

9 a.m. – noon

S

Apr. 22

1 – 4 p.m.

U

Individual Photography Courses (not part of Certificate of Completion) 8 hours

The Business of Photography: Starting Out CRN 30295

3 classes

Mar. 15, 22

7 – 9 p.m.

Mar. 17

10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. 4 hours

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CRN 30616

1 class

Feb. 3

10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. 6 hours

Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras

$139+GST R S $119+GST S $129+GST

CRN 30135

1 class

Jan. 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

U

CRN 30136

1 class

Apr. 22

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

U

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Arts and Design

4 classes

7 – 9 p.m.

R $229

Jan. 27

Portrait Photography CRN 30170

7 – 9 p.m. 14 hours

Sports Photography

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Visual Arts Courses

 Classroom

Explore opportunities for creative expression and discover your inner artist. Give your art practice the dedication it deserves by developing your artistic skills and creating a portfolio. Beginners are welcome.

 mru.ca/VisualArts  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 20 hours

Drawing, Introductory CRN 30187

8 classes

Feb. 7 – Mar. 28

18 hours

Painting with Acrylics, Level 1 CRN 30945

4 classes

Feb. 24 – Mar. 17

1 class

Feb. 3

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. 4 hours

Acrylic Sampler CRN 30944

6:30 – 9 p.m.

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Painting with Acrylics, Level 2: A Continuation

18 hours

CRN 30946

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

3 classes

Apr. 7 – 14

8 hours

Sketchbook 2 classes

Apr. 21 – 22

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

W $207+GST S $69+GST S $209+GST S, U $79+GST S, U

Arts and Design

CRN 30762

$219+GST

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Aviation Private Pilot Licence Certificate

 Classroom | Practicum/Field Trip

The Private Pilot Licence (PPL) program is for people with little or no flying experience who wish to enroll in Mount Royal University’s industry-recognized Aviation Diploma and train for a career as a professional pilot. Check the FAQs at mru.ca/Aviation or contact the Aviation Department for further information on the PPL, Aviation Diploma, Advanced Flight Training, admission requirements and registration.

Advanced Flight Training Expand or refresh your skills with one of our advanced training packages. We offer simulator-based IFR Recurrency, IFR Renewal and Garmin G1000 training to certified pilots. IFR training takes place in our state-of-the-art Alsim simulator, which is located at the Lincoln Park Campus. Contact the Aviation Department for details.

Discovery Flight Experience the thrill of piloting an aircraft in a one-hour introductory flight with one of our expert flight instructors. Book through the Aviation Department.

Aviation

 mru.ca/Aviation  403.288.9551 (hangar)  aviation@mtroyal.ca

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Business Accounting Basics Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Gain a foundational knowledge of accounting principles, including accounting theory, hands-on practice and the application of accounting software. This flexible program provides you with both the theoretical accounting knowledge and the hands-on application of the accounting principles. Program Format

Benefits • Gain a strong foundation in accounting principles • Earn a credential and enhance your skills • Learn computerized accounting for your professional and personal life • The Financial Accounting Fundamentals course can be applied to the Payroll Compliance (PCP) program

• Complete 3 required courses, one of which is offered this semester, and 3 options (total 87 to 99 hours) • Can be completed in 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/AccountingBasics  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 36 hours

Financial Accounting Fundamentals CRN 30646

11 classes

Jan. 30 – Apr. 17

Business

Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set

20

$549

6 – 9:15 p.m.

T

12 hours

$249

12 hours

$279

Offered in Spring 2018 Choose 3 Optional Courses MS Excel, Level 1 CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Simply Accounting, Level 1 CRN 30061

3 classes

Jan. 26 – 28

Simply Accounting, Level 2 CRN 30075

3 classes

Feb. 2 – 4

3 classes

Feb. 9 – 11

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

QuickBooks, Level 1 CRN 30152 Taxation Basics CRN 30926

Understanding and Using Financial Information

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

12 hours

$349

9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

S, U

15 hours

$420

Offered in Spring 2018

$

Get 66 per cent of your training costs covered, up to $10K per employee per year.

Apply at AlbertaCanada.com/JobGrant

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Business Administration Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Gain highly sought-after business skills in this short, practical and flexible program. Develop practical knowledge and competencies in critical areas of business. Learn a broad overview of the business world, including financial accounting, marketing, human resources, leadership and management, and operations. You can customize your own learning experience by choosing courses in categories that meet your interests and learning needs. Benefits

Program Format

• Develop business skills to enhance your emerging or established management career • Earn a formal credential in business administration • Gain valuable workplace skills and experience to complement your non-business degree

• Take the 2 required courses, plus 4 optional courses (1 from each category) for total hours ranging from 97.5 to 111 total hours, depending on the optional courses chosen • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/BusinessAdministration  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Introduction to Business Administration CRN 30596

2 classes

Mar. 2 – 3

36 hours

Financial Accounting Fundamentals CRN 30646

11 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Jan. 30 – Apr. 17

6 – 9:15 p.m.

$449 F, S $549 T

Business Operations Category (Choose 1) Introduction to Supply Chain Management (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

CRN 30207

Jan. 16 – 23

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T

Jan. 20 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

CRN 30048

4 classes Online

$499

Feb. 5 – Mar. 12

An Overview of Business Analysis (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30600

Online

CRN 30601

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30602

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$549

Jan. 23 – Feb. 20 F, S F, S

Project Management: Overview and Integration (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

$699

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

CRN 30844

3 classes

Jan. 11 – 13

CRN 30848

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

CRN 30847

3 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

Communications Category Marketing and Strategic Communications (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$419

CRN 30381

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$479

5 classes

Mar. 12 – 26

Management and Leadership Category (Choose 1) Change Management Fundamentals CRN 30454

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

15 hours

Strategic Planning CRN 30464

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Effective Leadership CRN 30911

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

Jan. 19 – 26

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S $479 F, S $479 F

Human Resources Category (Choose 1) 15 hours

Organizational Training and Development CRN 30147

2 classes

Feb. 23 – Mar. 2

15 hours

Organizational Effectiveness CRN 30082

2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Feb. 24 – Mar. 3

Human Resources Basics for Managers (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30382

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 2

CRN 30080

2 classes

Mar. 5 – 6

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$420 F $420 S

15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

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Business Analysis Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Organizations seek qualified business analysts to help enable change by defining business needs and recommending solutions that deliver real business value. Qualified business analysts are sought to define business needs, identify solutions, manage requirements and support continuous improvement efforts for organizational success. Gain the foundational knowledge and skills to effectively understand business problems and opportunities, analyze needs and solutions, recommend strategies, and facilitate stakeholder collaboration. Learn to model, analyze, communicate and manage requirements and other business analysis information. Be exposed to a variety of best practices, proven tools and industry-recognized techniques that can be immediately applied in a range of business environments. Courses follow the BABOK® Guide v3. Mount Royal University’s Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension is proud to be an Endorsed Educational Provider (EEP™) of the IIBA®. All of the courses in the Business Analysis Extension Certificate are IIBA® endorsed courses and qualify towards the professional development hours required for the CBAP™ certification or recertification. Program Format

Business

Benefits

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• Gain knowledge and skills to support or begin your career in business analysis • Earn a recognized credential to enhance your business analysis experience • Update your existing business analysis credentials • Learn industry-recognized techniques and best practices to perform business analysis work

• Complete the 8 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/BusinessAnalysis  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees An Overview of Business Analysis (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30600

Online

CRN 30601

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30602

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$549

Jan. 23 – Feb. 20

Specify and Model Requirements (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30838

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30839

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 19 15 hours

Business Process Modelling (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30365

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30366

2 classes

Apr. 13 – 14

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Strategic Business Analysis (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30603

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

CRN 30604

Online

Apr. 9 – May 4

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30606

2 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30607

2 classes

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Plan and Manage Business Analysis Work (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30605

2 classes

Apr. 6 – 7

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30714

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 12 15 hours

Develop a Business Case (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30367

2 classes

Mar. 2 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30368

2 classes

Apr. 20 – 21

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Business Analysis Perspectives (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30840

2 classes

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30841

Online

Apr. 9 – May 4

F, S F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S F, S $549 F, S

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Contract Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Ensuring that contracts are managed strategically can be a challenge in any industry. Acquire the tools and techniques to streamline the contract management process for maximum results — from determining your company’s needs to final payment and beyond. This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification. Program Format

Benefits • Become proficient at initiating, negotiating, developing or managing contracts in a variety of organizations and industries • Acquire a thorough understanding of contract management principles and techniques you can apply immediately

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Classroom version can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 5 years • Online version can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/Contract  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Contract Management Overview (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30320

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30175

Online

Feb. 26 – Mar. 26 15 hours

Negotiating Contracts (Choose 1 CRN) 2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

CRN 30186

Online

Jan. 29 – Feb. 26 15 hours

Gathering Contract Requirements CRN 30205

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

Contract Development and Signing CRN 30172

Online 2 classes

Apr. 13 – 14

Online

F, S $499 F, S

15 hours

$499

15 hours

$499

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Best Practices in Contract Management CRN 30174

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$499

Mar. 12 – Apr. 9

Contract Management and Compliance CRN 30305

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

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Business

CRN 30206

$499

F, S $499

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Contract Management: Business Law Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Explore Canadian law as it applies to contracts. Review case studies and apply your knowledge to identify legal issues, determine the consequences and draft clauses to mitigate risks and find business advantages. This program is eligible towards the Gold Seal Certification. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain knowledge and techniques for working with contracts in your daily role • Learn to manage the contract lifecycle in-house • Ensure compliance with contract terms • Review contract management principles and techniques as they relate to Canadian law

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/BusinessLaw  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Contracts and the Canadian Legal System CRN 30709

2 classes

Apr. 20 – 21

Business

CRN 30710

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2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Business Liability: Tort Law Mar. 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$499 F, S $499 F, S

15 hours

$499

15 hours

$499

Understanding Ownership: Property Law and Contract Management

15 hours

$499

CRN 30307

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Contracts and Risk Management CRN 30306

Online

Feb. 26 – Mar. 26

The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management CRN 30371

Online 2 classes

Mar. 19 – Apr. 16 Apr. 6 – 7

F, S

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“The program helps focus your vision and see if it can be a profitable business.”

P U R S U I N G H E R P A S S I O N S EN T R EPR EN EU R S H I P SHEILA CONNELL

Owner, Shades of Sleep & Accessories, Inc. When Sheila Connell hit her now-or-never moment after 30 years as a paralegal, she seized the opportunity and never looked back. Sheila pursued her interest in interior decorating at Mount Royal University, pairing the program with MRU’s Entrepreneurship Certificate before establishing Shades of Sleep & Accessories Inc. in 2010. Standing in the sun-filled foyer of her Inglewood store, Sheila says, “The Entrepreneurship courses fine-tuned the process: How do I take this idea and make it work? What skills do I need to open this business? And then there’s understanding your customer, understanding products, sourcing quality products and finding out what your

customers’ needs are. It makes you stop and think: Is this a worthwhile project? The program helps focus your vision and see if it can be a profitable business.” Since opening Shades of Sleep — which evolved from custom bedding to a range of luxurious goods related to a good night’s sleep — Sheila has drawn on the knowledge she gained in the Entrepreneurship program to navigate Calgary’s challenging economic environment. “Your business should always change to meet the needs of the customers, while staying true to your original vision. That is the challenge. And underlying it all must be a true passion for what you do.”


Entrepreneurship Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Develop and nurture the business and life skills you need in order to succeed in your new venture. This short program introduces you to the challenges and opportunities of being a small-business owner. Take this opportunity to critically examine and evaluate the viability of your business idea, learn strategies for starting up or purchasing a small-business, and begin working on your business plan. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification. Program Format

Benefits • Learn entrepreneurial skills in preparation for starting or expanding your business • Acquire skills to operate your home business • Strengthen your business management skills for increased success • Gain skills for supporting entrepreneurs

• Complete the 6 required courses (56 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/SmallBusiness  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca

Business

Courses and Fees Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset

7 hours

CRN 30083

1 class

Jan. 27

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

CRN 30617

1 class

Mar. 17

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

14 hours

Developing a Successful Marketing Plan CRN 30145

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

7 hours

Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk

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CRN 30084

1 class

Feb. 10

Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources CRN 30085

1 class

Feb. 24

Financial Planning and Management for Small Business CRN 30146

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 hours 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 14 hours 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 hours

Presenting Your Business Plan CRN 30086

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 24

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$189

$319 F, S $189 S $189 S $319 F, S $189 S

Optional Course (not required for your Entrepreneurship Certificate of Completion) Business Plan Assessment CRN 30895

Independent Study

Jan. 8 – Apr. 30

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

Taxation Basics CRN 30926

20 hours

$249+GST

12 hours

$349

9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

S, U

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Lean Management and Continuous Improvement Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Be introduced to lean strategies and tools for organizational problem solving and lean performance improvement in non‑manufacturing environments. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn to lead or support lean culture change and continuous improvement in your organization • Prepare to implement operational and performance improvements in any field • Create value for customers by using fewer resources

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/LeanManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Lean Principles CRN 30458

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

CRN 30463

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24 Mar. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S $469 F, S

Business

2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Implementing and Sustaining Lean CRN 30460

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Lean Culture CRN 30459

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Lean Tools

$469

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Payroll Certificates

 Classroom

Certified payroll professionals are in demand in today’s market. Payroll is an essential function to any organization and the payroll professional’s role is becoming increasingly more complex. The Canadian Payroll Association’s (CPA’s) Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) and Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) programs are recognized nationally as the standards of excellence for payroll training. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in payroll management • Upgrade your existing skills by earning a recognized payroll management credential • Gain the compliance knowledge required to process an organization’s annual payroll cycle • Learn to contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions • Enhance your human resources, information systems or accounting role with payroll management knowledge

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years Certified Payroll Manager • Please see our website for more information on the CPM certification.

 mru.ca/Payroll  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees

Business

Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP)*

28

39 hours

Payroll Compliance Legislation CRN 30168

13 classes

Mar. 6 – May 29

42 hours

Payroll Fundamentals 1 CRN 30095

14 classes

6:15 – 9:15 p.m.

M

Apr. 3 , May 22

6:15 – 9:15 p.m.

T

36 hours 6 – 9:15 p.m.

Jan. 30 – Apr. 17

42 hours

Payroll Fundamentals 2 14 classes

$495**

6:15 – 9:15 p.m.

CRN 30646 CRN 30096

T

Feb. 26 – May. 28 No classes Apr. 2 and May 21

Financial Accounting Fundamentals (Equivalent to CPA’s Introduction to Accounting Prerequisite) 11 classes

$495**

Mar. 6 – Jun. 5

6:15 – 9:15 p.m.

$549 T $495** T

Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) 39 hours

Introduction to Payroll Management CRN 30927

13 classes

Mar. 6 – May 29

6:15 – 9:15 p.m.

$575** T

*See website for prerequisites **Additional CPA registration fees apply

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Real Property Administrator®/Facilities Management Administrator® Professional Designations

 Classroom

Maximize the net income of any property, be it one building or an entire portfolio. The Real Property Administrator (RPA®) and Facilities Management Administrator (FMA®) programs serve the educational needs of third-party property managers and corporate property managers. Benefits C A N A D A

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in commercial real estate, leasing or asset management • Learn about the administrative and financial management side of property management • Strengthen your knowledge of commercial property management or facilities management

• Please refer to the BOMI website (bomicanada.com) for total hours, fees, course information and requirements • Please book your exams at a Pearson Vue approved site: www6.pearsonvue.com

 mru.ca/RPA  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part 2

24 hours

$1,419

CRN 30987

8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

R, F, S

3 classes

Mar. 1 – 3

Two out of the eight courses required to earn your designation are offered only through BOMI Canada.

Business

Sales Development Certificate of Completion

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 Classroom

The sales industry today requires competent sales professionals and managers who are able to use their skills effectively in all facets of the sales process. Gain the practical skills and confidence required in prospecting for new business, understanding clients’ needs and, most importantly, closing the sale. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for an entry-level sales position • Enhance your professional sales skills • Polish your customer relations techniques

• Complete the 3 required courses (57 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Sales  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 21 hours

Relationship Sales Process and Methodology CRN 30077

3 classes

Feb. 24 – Mar. 3

21 hours

Personal Sales Management Strategies CRN 30102

3 classes

Apr. 14 – 21

2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 15 hours

Professional Sales Fundamentals CRN 30029

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Mar. 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

$410 F, S $410 F, S $329 F, S


Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Supply chain management focuses on integration and partnerships in order to meet customers’ needs in a timely manner with relevant, high-quality products that are produced and delivered in a cost-effective manner. Benefits

Program Format

• Acquire a broader understanding of how different parts of supply chains fit together • Gain knowledge and skills for distribution management, inventory control, e-business, strategic procurement and sourcing • Prepare for a career as a buyer, procurement specialist, contract administrator, transportation manager, or logistics and inventory manager • Apply for transfer credit towards the Supply Chain Management Alberta (SCMA) Diploma program • Receive transfer credit for 2 courses in the Advanced Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate

• Complete the 10 required courses (198 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/SupplyChain  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Business

Courses and Fees

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Introduction to Supply Chain Management (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

CRN 30207

Jan. 16, 23

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T

Jan. 20, 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

CRN 30048

4 classes Online

Feb. 5 – Mar. 12

Online

Feb. 5 – Mar. 12

Procurement 1 CRN 30323

Inventory and Warehousing CRN 30234

4 classes

Mar. 13, 20 Mar. 17, 24

CRN 30561

4 classes

Feb. 20, 27 Feb. 24, Mar. 3

Procurement 2 CRN 30429

Online 4 classes

Jan. 30, Feb. 6 Feb. 3, 10

4 classes

Apr. 17, 24 Apr. 21, 28

Transportation and Global Supply CRN 30496

21 hours

$499

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

T S $499 T S

21 hours

$499

21 hours

$499

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 21 hours

Contract Management Lifecycle CRN 30495

$499

Mar. 19 – Apr. 23

Technology and e-Procurement CRN 30209

21 hours

21 hours

Planning and Scheduling

$499

Online

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

T S $499 T S

21 hours

$499

Mar. 5 – Apr. 9

Effective Workplace Communication (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$420

CRN 30725

2 classes

Feb. 1 – 2

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

CRN 31004

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 16 15 hours

$499

Negotiating Contracts (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30206

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

CRN 30186

Online

Jan. 29 – Feb. 26

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Advanced Supply Chain Management Extension Certificate

 Online

This program presents a comprehensive, yet practical, approach to supply chain management. Gain knowledge and skills in production planning, logistics management, purchasing, inventory management, material handling, transportation, enterprise resource planning and global logistics. Transfer Credit

Benefits • Advance your knowledge and skills in the supply chain management industry • Formalize your supply chain education and obtain a recognized credential • Build your knowledge of supply chain management functional areas • Acquire professional development that can be applied towards a supply chain designation

• • • • •

You may be eligible for a transfer credit into: Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) CIT – Certified Logistics Professional (CCLP) Certified Professional Logistician (P.Log.) MRU Bachelor of Business Administration – Major in Supply Chain Management

Program Format • Complete the 9 required courses (351 hours), four of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 4 years

 mru.ca/AdvancedSCM  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Online

Introduction to Physical Distribution CRN 30445

Online Online Online

39 hours

$849

39 hours

$849

39 hours

$849

Feb. 12 – Apr. 23

Inventory and Warehouse Management CRN 30447

$849

Feb. 12 – Apr. 23

Fundamentals of Purchasing CRN 30444

39 hours

Jan. 29 – Apr. 9

Business

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management CRN 30707

Jan. 29 – Apr. 9

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

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Communications and Marketing Digital Communications Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Gain practical, hands-on exposure to digital communications strategies and tactics for the 21st century. Developed and taught by industry experts, this certificate provides you with current, in-demand knowledge and skills in the growing field of digital communications. Program Format

Communications and Marketing

Benefits

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• Advance your knowledge and skills in marketing and communications into this new discipline • Earn a recognized credential to increase your career prospects • Prepare to enter the field of digital marketing and communications • Enhance your understanding of digital marketing to help you supervise marketers or communications specialists

• Complete the 3 required courses, plus 45 hours of optional courses (87 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/DigitalCommunications  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30590

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$389

Search Engine Marketing CRN 30599

5 classes

Mar. 1 – 15

Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30427

Online

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$419

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

Choose 45 hours of Optional Courses Social Media Analytics and Optimization (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30594

4 classes

Mar. 20 – 29

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30681

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8 15 hours

$419

Social Media Strategy CRN 30591

5 classes

Feb. 15 – Mar. 1

Online Community Engagement (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30680

Online

Jan. 22 – Feb. 20

CRN 30593

4 classes

Mar. 6 – 15

Content Marketing Strategy (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30915

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 8

CRN 30914

5 classes

Apr. 18 – May 2

Instagram and Snapchat for Business CRN 30985

1 class

Mar. 5

1 class

Feb. 5

1 class

Feb. 21

1 class

Feb. 13

1 class

Mar. 14

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

3 hours

$119

6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Twitter for Business CRN 30589

T, R $419

3 hours

Facebook for Business CRN 30586

6 – 9 p.m. 15 hours

3 hours

Managing Content for Social Media CRN 30729

$389

3 hours

Brand Reputation Management CRN 30595

T, R

12 hours

3 hours

Introduction to Google Analytics CRN 30984

6 – 9 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 21

6 – 9 p.m.

M $119 M $119 W $119 T $119 W $119 W

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M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Digital Communications – Courses and Fees 5 hours

Blogging for Business CRN 30587

1 class

Apr. 29

9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 3 hours

LinkedIn for Business CRN 30588

1 class

Apr. 3

6 – 9 p.m.

Advanced LinkedIn for Business

$149 U $119 T

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

24 hours

$459

Not offered this semester YouTube for Business Not offered this semester Using Video with Social Media Not offered this semester Illustrator 1 CRN 30298

4 classes

Jan. 6 – 27

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 24 hours

Photoshop 1 CRN 30299

8 classes

Jan. 9 – Feb. 1

CRN 30749

2 classes

Feb. 24 – Mar. 3

T, R $239

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

WordPress for Business CRN 30376

6 – 9 p.m. 12 hours

2 classes

Apr. 21 – 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S $239 S

Digital Content Creation Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Acquire practical, in-demand skills for developing a content strategy and writing, editing and delivering interesting content to attract and engage audiences. The explosion of online, social media and mobile technologies in recent years is changing how we use and interact with digital media, creating incredible new opportunities and challenges. Content has become a central component of marketing and strategic communication plans. Benefits

Program Format

• Build a career as a digital content specialist • Shift your professional writing career into digital content creation • Enhance your talents in social media, blogging or journalism

• Complete the 4 required courses, plus 30 hours of optional courses (90 to 93 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/DigitalContent  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 30563

6 classes

Jan. 8 – 24

Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30427

Online

18 hours

$309

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$419

15 hours

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

Content Marketing Strategy (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30915

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 11

CRN 30914

5 classes

Apr. 18 – May 2

Choose one of the following: Social Media Analytics and Optimization (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30594

4 classes

Mar. 20 – 29

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30681

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8 15 hours

$389

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

OR Search Engine Marketing CRN 30599

5 classes

Mar. 1 – 15

Courses and Fees continue on next page

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Communications and Marketing

Introduction to WordPress

S $459

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Digital Content Creation – Courses and Fees Choose 30 hours of Optional Courses 3 hours

Managing Content for Social Media CRN 30729

1 class

Feb. 13

15 hours

Social Media Strategy CRN 30591

5 classes

Feb. 15 – Mar. 1

Online Community Engagement (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30680

Online

Jan. 22 – Feb. 20

CRN 30593

4 classes

Mar. 6 – 15

Instagram and Snapchat for Business CRN 30985

1 class

Mar. 5

1 class

Feb. 5

Communications and Marketing

CRN 30586

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1 class

Mar. 14

CRN 30589

1 class

Mar. 21

1 class

Apr. 29

T, R $119

6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m. 6 – 9 p.m.

1 class

6 – 9 p.m. 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 3 hours

LinkedIn for Business CRN 30588

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

5 hours

Blogging for Business CRN 30587

T, R $389

3 hours

Twitter for Business

Apr. 3

Advanced LinkedIn for Business

T $419

6 – 9 p.m.

3 hours

Facebook for Business

$119

12 hours

3 hours

Introduction to Google Analytics CRN 30984

6 – 9 p.m.

6 – 9 p.m.

M $119 M $119 W $119 W $149 U $119 T

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

24 hours

$459

Not offered this semester YouTube for Business Not offered this semester Using Video with Social Media Not offered this semester Illustrator 1 CRN 30298

4 classes

Jan. 6 – 27

24 hours

Photoshop 1 CRN 30299

8 classes

Jan. 9 – Feb. 1

InDesign 1 CRN 30300

2 classes

Feb. 4 – 11

2 classes

Feb. 24 – Mar. 3

Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design CRN 30297

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R $309

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S $299

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

20 hours

$299

CRN 30007

Feb. 7 – Mar. 7

6 – 8:30 p.m.

W

Feb. 10 – Mar. 3

9 – 11:30 a.m.

S

8 classes 8 classes

Apr. 10 – 26

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 18 hours

U $239

Foundations of Photography, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

CRN 30157

6 classes

S $459

15 hours 12 hours

Introduction to WordPress CRN 30749

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Feb. 27 – Apr. 17

Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 30169

5 classes

Feb. 26 – Mar. 12

Editing Fundamentals CRN 30326

2 classes

Jan. 13 – 20

7 – 9:30 p.m.

T

15 hours

$279

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$419

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Event Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Prepare for a career in event management with the skills you need to manage events of all sizes. Gain practical skills and professional knowledge to successfully organize, promote and execute any type of event. The Event Management program is a recognized member of the International Live Events Association (ILEA). Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare to become a professional event manager • Enhance your job or volunteer responsibilities for planning and organizing events • Earn a professional credential • Learn to plan weddings and other social events

• Complete the 7 required courses (174 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/EventManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Introduction to Event Planning (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30121

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30088

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

Resource Management for Event Planning CRN 30122

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 5

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 19

Event Logistics CRN 30103

Event Risk Management CRN 31005

Online

Feb. 26 – Mar. 26

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 16

Event Marketing CRN 30105 Event Production CRN 30970

Online

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$259 F, S

30 hours

$385

30 hours

$385

30 hours

$385

30 hours

$385

30 hours

$385

9 hours

$325

Mar. 26 – Apr. 30

Event Management: Final Project (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30050

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 5

CRN 30184

Online

Apr. 9 – 30

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Communications and Marketing

Courses and Fees – Complete in this order

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Wedding and Social Event Planner Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

Successful events require proper planning and coordination. Bring your artistic and business skills together to help you plan weddings, celebrations and other social events for groups large or small. Learn to develop a budget, create a critical path and execute events professionally. The program touches on social dynamics as well as giving you tools to help successfully launch your social event planning business. Benefits

Program Format

Communications and Marketing

• Prepare to enter the field of wedding and social event planning • Expand your event planning knowledge and skill set • Enhance your professional or volunteer role that includes event planning responsibilities

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/EventPlanner  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Introduction to Event Planning (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30121

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30088

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

The Business of Wedding and Social Event Planning CRN 30481

2 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Social Event Production and Design CRN 30482

2 classes

Apr. 6 – 7

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$259 F, S $259 F, S $259 F, S

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Marketing and Event Skills Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

This short, practical program provides you with the knowledge and tools to help your organization’s marketing and event planning efforts. Benefits

Program Format

• Enhance your job skills that require event planning • Boost your techniques in marketing and social media • Acquire marketing and event planning skills and knowledge for career advancement

• Complete 1 required course, plus 2 optional courses (39 or 42 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/MarketingEvents  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Introduction to Event Planning (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30121

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30088

2 classes

Feb. 23 – 24

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$259 F, S

Choose 2 Optional Courses Foundations of Social Media for Business (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30590

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$239

Marketing and Strategic Communications CRN 30381

5 classes

Mar. 12 – 26

Introduction to WordPress CRN 30749

2 classes

Feb. 24 – Mar. 3

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Marketing and Strategic Communications Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

Gain practical, hands-on exposure to marketing strategies, tactics and best practices for the 21st century. Developed and taught by industry experts, this program provides you with current, in-demand knowledge and skills to inform strategic marketing decisions. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare to enter the field of marketing and communications • Advance your marketing and communications career • Build your knowledge and skills for today’s strategic marketing world

• Complete the 7 required courses (102 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/CEMarketing  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

$389

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

Marketing and Strategic Communications CRN 30381

15 hours

$419

Mar. 28

6 – 9 p.m.

W

Apr. 4 – 16

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$419

Content Marketing Strategy (Choose 1 CRN) Online

Feb. 5 – Mar. 4

CRN 30914

5 classes

Apr. 18 – May 2

Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Online

Apr. 16 – May 13

Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM) CRN 30658

M, W

5 classes

CRN 30915

CRN 30659

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

Mar. 12 – 26

Brand Strategy CRN 30380

15 hours

5 classes

5 classes

Feb. 21 – Mar. 7

Digital Marketing Research (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30378

5 classes

Jan. 29 – Feb. 12

CRN 30916

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8

15 hours

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$419

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Communications and Marketing

Foundations of Social Media for Business (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30590

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Professional Editing Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

This program is ideal for good communicators who wish to acquire an understanding of the standards, skills and tools of professional editors. Through presentations, readings, editing practice and discussion, you will gain a foundation for a fascinating career in the world of editing. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in editing • Enhance your professional writing and editing skills • Earn a recognized credential •

• Complete the 6 required courses, 4 of which are offered this semester, plus 15 hours of optional courses (119 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/ProfessionalEditing  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Communications and Marketing

Courses and Fees

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15 hours

Editing Fundamentals CRN 30326

2 classes

Jan. 13 – 20

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Grammar and Punctuation Essentials CRN 30325

2 classes

Feb. 3 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 24 hours

Comprehensive Editing: Style, Structure and Design CRN 30328

3 classes

Mar. 3 – 17

8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30427

Online

$419 S $349 S $479 S $419

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

Social Media Basics Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

This short, affordable, hands-on program introduces social media platforms and tactics that you can put to work immediately. Developed and taught by social media experts, it provides you with timely, in-demand social media knowledge and skills. Benefits

Program Format

• Advance your social media knowledge, skills and career opportunities • Learn social media tactics for your small business or nonprofit organization • Create a compelling social media presence or blog

• Complete a minimum of 15 hours of courses • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/SMBasics  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 3 hours

Instagram and Snapchat for Business CRN 30985

1 class

Mar. 5

3 hours

Introduction to Google Analytics CRN 30984

1 class

Feb. 5

1 class

Feb. 21

1 class

Feb. 13

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Facebook for Business CRN 30586

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Managing Content for Social Media CRN 30729

6 – 9 p.m. 3 hours

Brand Reputation Management CRN 30595

6 – 9 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 14

6 – 9 p.m.

$119 M $119 M $119 W $119 T $119 W

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Social Media Basics – Courses and Fees 3 hours

Twitter for Business CRN 30589

1 class

Mar. 21

6 – 9 p.m. 5 hours

Blogging for Business CRN 30587

1 class

Apr. 29

9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 3 hours

LinkedIn for Business CRN 30588

1 class

Apr. 3

6 – 9 p.m.

Advanced LinkedIn for Business

$119 W $149 U $119 T

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

3 hours

$119

Not offered this semester YouTube for Business Not offered this semester Using Video with Social Media Not offered this semester

Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Learn to use social media platforms to become an active, collaborative social media contributor and drive results in line with your business objectives. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in social media or marketing • Gain skills and knowledge for your social media responsibilities • Earn a recognized credential

• Complete the 5 required courses (69 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

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 mru.ca/SocialMediaBusiness  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30590

4 classes

Jan. 30 – Feb. 8

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30645

4 classes

Apr. 3 – 12

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$419

Social Media Strategy CRN 30591

4 classes

Feb. 15 – Mar. 1

Online Community Engagement (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30680

Online

Jan. 22 – Feb. 20

CRN 30593

4 classes

Mar. 6 – 15

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$389

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

Social Media Analytics and Optimization (Choose 1 CRN)

12 hours

$389

CRN 30594

4 classes

Mar. 20 – 29

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30681

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8 18 hours

$459

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

Social Media Final Project CRN 30837

6 classes

Apr. 5 – 24

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Communications and Marketing

Social Media for Business


Technical Writing Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Develop highly sought-after technical writing skills using the latest tools, methods and key software programs. Program Format

Benefits • Prepare to enter the field of technical writing for science, technology, education, oil and gas, business communications, web-based publishing, freelance writing and editing, and more • Advance your technical writing knowledge and skills • Earn a credential

• Complete the 10 required courses, 7 of which are offered this semester, plus 22.5 hours of optional courses (172.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/TechnicalWriting  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees

Communications and Marketing

Foundations of Technical Communication CRN 30339 CRN 30726

Online

Jan. 29 – Feb. 26

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 12

Writing User Guides CRN 31006

Document Layout and Design CRN 30185

Online Online

15 hours

$299

15 hours

$419

15 hours

$419

15 hours

$419

15 hours

$419

12 hours

$369

15 hours

$349

Mar. 12 – Apr. 9

Design and Authoring for Online Media Online

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

Documentation Project Management CRN 30413

$439

Feb. 26 – Mar. 26

Editing Basics for Technical Documents CRN 30167

18 hours Jan. 15 – Feb. 20

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors

CRN 30138

40

Online

Online

Apr. 9 – 30

Choose 22.5 hours of Optional Courses Grammar and Punctuation Essentials CRN 30325

2 classes

Feb. 3 – 10

15 hours

Effective Business Writing (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30139

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 17

CRN 30140

Online

Apr. 3 – 30

Online

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30427

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S $419 S $419

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Transitional Vocational Program

Fostering personal, professional and academic growth for adults with developmental disabilities since 1980.

FULL–TIME PROGRAMS

PART-TIME CLASSES

Employment Preparation Program

• Computer Literacy Classes

Supports students to find and maintain

• Adult Basic Education

entry-level competitive employment.

• Eating Right, Living Right • Financial Literacy

Employment Assistance

• Learner's License Test Preparation

Provides continued support to graduates

• Photography with your Smartphone

of the Employment Preparation Certificate.

• Peer Tutor Program • Life Skills

403.440.6872 | tvp@mtroyal.ca | mru.ca/TVP


Community Addiction Studies – Updated Curriculum Fall 2017 Extension Certificate

 Online

Enhance your understanding of current addiction approaches and trends. Learn about the issues of prevention, treatment, youth, physical and psychological addiction, mental health and family dynamics. This comprehensive program is designed for professionals and para-professionals in the human service field, as well as those interested in addiction studies. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain valuable skills and knowledge of the processes of addiction and recovery for personal interest or to further your health and human service career • Explore current practices in the field of addiction treatment and prevention • Understand addiction issues as they relate to the fields of health, mental health, social work, human resources and law enforcement

• Complete the 6 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years • You may take individual courses for general interest

 mru.ca/AddictionStudies  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Community

Courses and Fees Addiction Studies: Overview (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30422

Online

Jan. 10 – Feb. 7

CRN 30550

Online

Feb. 21 – Mar. 21

Addiction Prevention

42

CRN 30553

Online

Jan. 10 – Feb. 7

Online

Jan. 24 – Feb. 21

Drugs and the Brain CRN 30917

Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders CRN 30424

Online

Online

Online

20 hours

$375

20 hours

$375

20 hours

$375

20 hours

$375

20 hours

$375

Mar. 25 – Apr. 28

Understanding Adolescents and Addiction CRN 30677

$375

Mar. 7 – Apr. 4

Addiction and the Family CRN 30423

20 hours

Apr. 11 – May 9

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Child and Youth Human Rights Extension Certificate

 Online

Become an advocate for child and youth human rights with this educational program that focuses on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Each course covers an important theme of the CRC, including promotion, protection, participation and provision. This program will enrich your professional practice when working with children and youth. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain a comprehensive understanding of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child and its adoption and effect worldwide • Enhance your skills and understanding of human rights issues when working with children and youth

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/ChildRights  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Promotion of CRC: Child and Youth Advocacy CRN 30536

Online

Online

Online

15 hours

$309

15 hours

$309

Apr. 3 – 29

Participation Rights: Child and Youth Responsible Citizenship CRN 30882

$309

Community

Online

15 hours Feb. 26 – Mar. 23

Provision Rights: Child and Youth Healthy Development CRN 30540

$309

Jan. 22 – Feb. 16

Protection Rights: Child and Youth Welfare CRN 30538

15 hours

Jan. 22 – Feb. 16

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Children’s Mental Health Extension Certificate

 Online

Be proactive in learning about children’s mental-health issues in this comprehensive program. In this program, you will identify common childhood mental-health disorders, reviews supports for children and their families dealing with mental‑health issues, and examine social and institutional systems. Raising awareness of both the short-term and long‑term implications of mental-health issues in children make this program both timely and relevant. Benefits

Program Format

• Expand your understanding of the complex factors that affect children’s mental health, including theories of risk factors and causes, as well as legal and ethical issues • Explore children’s mental-health issues within the larger context of family, community and mental-health and educational systems • Enhance your skills and knowledge as a health and human‑service professional or K-12 educational professional

• Complete the 9 required courses (135 hours), 4 of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/ChildrensHealth  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Mental Health I: Disorders Diagnosed in the Early Years

Community

CRN 30177

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Online

The Child’s Social and Environmental Conditions CRN 30883

Online Online

15 hours

$309

15 hours

$309

15 hours

$309

Mar. 5 – 29

Systems in Criminal Justice and Child Protective Services CRN 30370

$309

Feb. 5 – Mar. 2

Mental Health III: Physiological Needs/Theories for Intervention CRN 30884

15 hours

Jan. 8 – Feb. 2

Online

Apr. 3 – 27

Community Paramedicine Extension Certificate

 Blended | NEW! | Launching Fall 2018

This program builds on current paramedic training and experience by preparing you with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to manage a broad range of medical services for at-risk patients in the community. The Community Paramedicine educational experience will expand on practical experiences to build competencies in addressing complex social and mobility issues. Program content focuses on application of primary health-care strategies within inter-professional environments for urgent and specialized medical treatment. You will be prepared to provide assessment, diagnostics, treatments and followup care plans at the community level in collaboration with the patient, their family members and the medical team. Entrance requirements apply. Refer to the program website. Benefits • Gain in-depth theoretical knowledge and extensive practice experience in a variety of health-care settings • Develop professional strategies for response to health-care issues, ethics and inter-professional communication challenges • Transfer skills into the community setting, such as: assisted-living sites, long-term care homes, private residences, etc.

 mru.ca/Paramedicine  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca

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Funeral Service Program

 Application Required | Online | Blended | Practicum/Field Trip

Mount Royal University offers three funeral service programs: Funeral Service Diploma, Funeral Director Certificate and Embalmer Certificate. Benefits

Program Format

• Flexible programming that suits your personal and professional schedule • Instructor-led, interactive online courses • Programs can be started in September or January • Stay in your community while earning a university credential • Dedicated program team provides support throughout your studies

Funeral Service Diploma (1,832 hours) • Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 1 year or part-time within 6 years Funeral Director Certificate (1,800 hours) • Study part-time • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 6 years Embalmer Certificate (450 hours) • Study part-time • Complete in a minimum of 1 year, up to a maximum of 6 years

 mru.ca/Funeral  403.440.7742  1.888.616.3606  infofde@mtroyal.ca Not sure if Funeral Service is right for you? Introduction to Funeral Service (Choose 1 CRN)

14 hours

$219+GST

CRN 30989

2 classes

Jan. 6 – 7

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30286

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S, U

Mar. 24 – 25

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

S, U

Offered in Edmonton CRN 30287

2 classes

First Aid and CPR Certification Standard first-aid and CPR certification may be required as part of your Funeral Service education. Visit Mount Royal Recreation at mru.ca/Recreation or call 403.440.6517.

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Community

Offered in Calgary

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Police Studies Extension Certificate

 Online

This program offers you the theoretical and practical skills to prepare for diverse careers in the justice field. Topics range from the history of the Canadian justice system to changing social trends in policing. The content emphasizes the skills, attitudes and personal qualities needed to pursue a justice-related career. Benefits

Program Format

• Understand the history of the Canadian criminal justice system • Study emerging trends and issues in Canadian policing • Develop valuable strategies to enhance your new or emerging career • Gain theory and practical knowledge about the justice and policing fields

• Complete the 6 required courses (288 hours), 2 of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/PoliceStudies  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Canadian Criminal Justice Systems

Community

CRN 30194

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Online

Online

$609

48 hours

$609

Jan. 8 – Apr. 3

Human Diversity in Justice CRN 30296

48 hours

Jan. 8 – Apr. 3

Universal Design Extension Certificate

 Classroom | NEW

Universal design, encompassing inclusive and barrier-free design, is considered “good design” and refers to a broad spectrum of ideas that yield improved environments for living, learning and interacting that are inherently accessible to all, regardless of age, ability or status. The objective of universal design is to improve the human condition whether it be for performance, health, wellness or social participation. This extension certificate program will allow individuals to expand their knowledge and skill set in developing and implementing universal design principles, best practices and strategies across three overarching areas: physical spaces, learning and social inclusion. Program Format

Benefits • Understand the inter-relationships between the physical, learning and social environments that impact the practice of universal design • Explore current trends, services, practices and resources within universal design • Develop tools and strategies to apply to your current and future personal and professional environments • Examine the provincial, national and international legislation impacting and influencing the universal design realm

• Complete the 7 required courses (105 hours), 1 of which is offered this semester • Can be completed up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/UniversalDesign  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Universal Design Essentials CRN 31010

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$399 F, S

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Universal Design for Physical Spaces Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | NEW

For those individuals interested in completing courses within a specialized topic area only, we offer a 45-hour certificate of completion. The Universal Design for Physical Spaces Certificate of Completion will allow individuals to expand their knowledge and skill set in developing and implementing universal design principles, best practices and strategies in relation to implementation within the physical environment. Benefits

Program Format

• Understand the inter-relationships between the physical and social environments that impact the practice of universal design • Explore current trends, legislation and resources within universal design for the physical environment • Develop tools and strategies to apply to your current and future personal and professional environments

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) to complete the certificate of completion • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/UniversalDesign  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Universal Design Essentials 2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Community

CRN 31010

$399

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Computers and Technology Accounting Software Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Combining popular business accounting software with an understanding of basic accounting concepts, this program gives you the tools to get started in bookkeeping. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn computerized accounting for your professional or personal life • Update your skills and earn a credential • Gain knowledge and techniques valued in any office setting • Learn bookkeeping skills to support your small business

• Complete the 4 required courses (66 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

Computers and Technology

 mru.ca/CompAccounting  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca

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Courses and Fees Accounting Principles for Computers CRN 30059

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

Simply Accounting, Level 1 CRN 30061

3 classes

Jan. 26 – 28

Simply Accounting, Level 2 CRN 30075

3 classes

Feb. 2 – 4

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

Choose 1 Optional Course QuickBooks, Level 1 CRN 30152

3 classes

Feb. 9 – 11

QuickBooks Online Software CRN 30698

6 classes

Apr. 9 – 25

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

Computer Essentials Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Explore computer terminology and become familiar with your computer. Understand the importance of computer security and how to protect your data and personal information. Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows, as well as the most common office software package, Microsoft Office. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn computer skills valuable in any office environment • Prepare to rejoin the workforce • Update your skills and earn a credential

• Complete the 7 required courses (84 hours) • You may take individual courses, without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/Office  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe CRN 30977

2 classes

Jan. 7, 14

CRN 30980

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

Windows Basics 2 classes

Jan. 6, 13

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$279 U $279 S

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Computer Essentials – Courses and Fees 6 hours

File Management Basics CRN 30704

2 classes

Jan. 9, 11

MS Outlook CRN 30072

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

MS Word, Level 1 CRN 30054

6 classes

Jan. 15 – 31

MS Excel, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

$169

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$329

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$279

CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 30073

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Rejoin the workforce by updating your computer skills with this in-depth certificate. Develop a higher level of efficiency with the Microsoft Office suites. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain a higher level of efficiency with Microsoft Office software • Learn more advanced applications for Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access programs • Prepare to rejoin the workforce

• Complete the 9 required courses, plus 1 optional course (132 – 141 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/OfficePro  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees MS Word, Level 1 CRN 30054

6 classes

Jan. 15 – 31

3 classes

Mar. 23 – 25

MS Word, Level 2 CRN 30153

MS Excel, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

MS Excel, Level 2 (Choose 1 CRN)

18 hours

$329

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

CRN 30057

2 classes

Feb. 26 – 27

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30058

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

2 classes

Apr. 21 – 22

MS Excel, Level 3 CRN 30070

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 30073

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

MS Access, Level 1 CRN 30972

3 classes

Apr. 13 – 15

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$319

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

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Computers and Technology

MS Office Pro

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MS Office Pro – Courses and Fees 12 hours

Business Project, Level 1 CRN 30126

2 classes

Mar. 17 – 18

Business Project, Level 2 CRN 30127

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

6 hours

$189

Choose 1 Optional Course MS PowerPoint, Level 2 CRN 30700

1 class

Mar. 24

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

MS Project CRN 30567

2 classes

Apr. 7 – 8

MS Outlook

Computers and Technology

CRN 30072

50

2 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors

15 hours

$299

CRN 30726

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

Online

Jan. 20 – 21

S $369

Jan. 29 – Feb. 26

MS Excel Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Discover the basics of an electronic spreadsheet. Explore the variety of Excel’s built-in functions. This Certificate of Completion will cover mathematical, statistical, financial, date and time, text, logical and lookup functions. Benefits

Program Format

• Practice entering data, creating formulas, formatting, using references, cutting/copying/pasting and working with AutoFill • Learn advanced applications in the Excel program • Prepare to rejoin the workforce

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • You may take individual courses, without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/Excel  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

MS Excel, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

$279

CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

MS Excel, Level 2 (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30057

2 classes

Feb. 26 – 27

CRN 30058

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 11

MS Excel, Level 3 CRN 30070

2 classes

Apr. 21 – 22

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

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Introductory Computer Courses Courses

 Classroom

 mru.ca/Computers/Intro  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe CRN 30977

2 classes

Jan. 7 – 14

12 hours

Windows Basics CRN 30980

2 classes

Jan. 6 – 13

File Management Basics CRN 30704

2 classes

Jan. 9 – 11

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

MS Outlook CRN 30072

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$279 U $279 S

6 hours

$169

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

Computers and Technology

Mac Courses

 Classroom

 mru.ca/Computers/Mac  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 6 hours

Mac Basics CRN 30976

1 class

Jan. 7

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

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$149+GST U

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Digital Graphic Design Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Learn the artistic, technical and business aspects of graphic design. Develop your creative talents, learn leading software programs and explore the principles of visual design to create an outstanding portfolio. Program Format

Benefits • Prepare for a career as a graphic designer • Explore digital graphic design for personal or professional development • Learn about creating and editing digital images • Enhance your graphic design knowledge and skills as part of your marketing role

• Complete the 7 required courses, plus 15 hours of optional courses (168 hours) • You may take individual courses, without earning the certificate • Complete in a minimum of 1 year, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/GraphicDesign  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees

Computers and Technology

Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 30563

Jan. 8 – 24

4 classes

Jan. 6 – 27

Illustrator 1 CRN 30298 CRN 30299

8 classes

Jan. 9 – Feb. 1

InDesign 1 CRN 30300

2 classes

Feb. 4, 11

4 classes

Mar. 3 – 24

Photoshop 2 8 classes

Feb. 20 – Mar. 15

4 classes

Mar. 4 – 25

InDesign 2 CRN 30562

$309

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

24 hours

$459

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S $459

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

15 hours

$309

9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 24 hours

Illustrator 2

CRN 30302

18 hours

24 hours

Photoshop 1

CRN 30301

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6 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

U $459 S

24 hours

$459

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

24 hours

$459

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

U

Choose 15 hours of Optional Courses Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design CRN 30297

6 – 9 p.m.

T, R

20 hours

$299

CRN 30007

Feb. 7 – Mar. 7

6 – 8:30 p.m.

W

Feb. 10 – Mar. 3

9 –11:30 a.m.

S

Feb. 27 – Apr. 17

7 – 9:30 p.m.

T

8 classes 8 classes

Apr. 10 – 26

$299

Foundations of Photography, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

CRN 30157

6 classes

18 hours

20 hours

Foundations of Photography, Level 2 CRN 30191

7 classes

Mar. 21 – Apr. 18 Mar. 24 – Apr. 14

Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 30169

5 classes

Feb. 26 – Mar. 12

Advanced Digital Darkroom CRN 30943

6 classes

Feb. 5 – 21

6 – 8:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m. – noon

$299 W S

15 hours

$279

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$279

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

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Web Designer Extension Certificate

 Classroom

With a focus on web design, valuable business skills and opportunities for portfolio development, this certificate offers a unique education that truly meets the needs of today’s web professional. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a career as a web designer • Explore web design for personal or professional development • Enhance your web design knowledge and skills as part of your marketing role

• Complete the 8 required courses, 5 of which are offered this semester (168 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/WebDesigner  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 18 hours

Photoshop for the Web CRN 30975

3 classes

Jan. 6 – 20

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

CRN 30974

2 classes

Jan. 7, 14

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

5 classes

Jan. 21 – Feb. 25

30 hours

HTML and CSS CRN 30324

24 hours

JavaScript and JQuery CRN 30712

4 classes

Mar. 4 – 25

4 classes

Apr. 8 – 29

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 24 hours

PHP and MySQL CRN 30973

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S $299 U $449 U $399 U $399 U

Computers and Technology

12 hours

Illustrator for the Web

$309

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Video Production Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Explore production techniques and gain hands-on experience with modern video equipment, including GoPros and UAVs (drones). Gain deep insight into career opportunities and markets for this burgeoning field. Benefits

Program Format

• Understand the appropriate use and skill required to operate a GoPro camera and a drone • Identify government requirements surrounding the use of drones • Use video editing software to produce a video suitable for online consumption

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • You may take individual courses, without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/Video  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Introduction to Drones and GoPros CRN 30701

4 classes

Feb. 5 – 14

Shoot Quality Videos CRN 30702

4 classes

Mar. 5 – 14

Final Cut Pro CRN 30703

4 classes

Apr. 16 – 25

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$299

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

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WordPress Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Create, edit and update your own beautiful and functional website with WordPress. Learn best practices in site design, as well as an understanding of the business and marketing opportunities WordPress offers. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn to build, update and manage a website for personal, business or nonprofit use • Enhance your marketing and web design skills

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/WordPress  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

Introduction to WordPress CRN 30749

2 classes

Feb. 24, Mar. 3

Computers and Technology

CRN 30377

2 classes

Apr. 7, 14

2 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

WordPress for Business CRN 30376

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

Designing in WordPress

Apr. 21, 28

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$239 S $239 S $239 S

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Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Learn to effectively manage conflict by combining theoretical knowledge with practical hands-on conflict-resolution skills. Acquire strategies that you can apply today in the workplace, community and home. Program Format

Benefits

• Complete the 12 required courses, 7 of which are offered this semester, and 1 assessment (mediation or negotiation) (220 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years • Introduction to Conflict Resolution is a prerequisite for all the other courses in the program. It is offered in both in-class and online formats. All other courses are offered in-class only • You may take individual courses for general interest (provided prerequisites are met)

*With successful completion of the Conflict Resolution Mediation Assessment. For additional requirements, contact the ADR Institute of Alberta at 1.800.232.7214 or adralberta.com.

 mru.ca/ConflictResolution  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca

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Courses and Fees Negotiation Skills, Level 2

Register by Jan. 15

28 hours

CRN 30027

Jan. 19 – 20

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

4 classes

Jan. 26 – 27 Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Choose one CRN) CRN 30090

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30544

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

2 classes

Mar. 2 – 3

2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Multi-Party Mediation: The Dynamics CRN 30235

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 15 hours

15 hours

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace CRN 30919

Mar. 16 – 17

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Working Towards Cultural Competency in Conflict Resolution

15 hours

CRN 30166

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

15 hours

Consensus Building for Groups CRN 30321

Conflict Resolution

• Enhance your communication and conflictresolution knowledge and skills for personal or professional development • Successfully integrate conflict skills into your workplace • Further your career in the health and human service fields • Prepare for a career as a mediator or negotiator • Fulfill the educational requirements to apply for the Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) or Chartered Mediator (C.Med) national designations*

2 classes

$725 F, S F, S $375 F, S $375 F, S $375 F, S $375 F, S $375

Apr. 6 – 7

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Mediation Skills, Level 2

Register by Apr. 16

28 hours

CRN 30112

Apr. 20 – 21

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F, S

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F, S

4 classes

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

F, S $725


Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace Certificate of Completion

 Online | Fast Track

Incorporate conflict resolution skills into business processes and your professional practices. The skills and strategies you learn can be applied immediately in your workplace setting. Benefits

Program Format

• Develop skills and tools to effectively manage and resolve conflicts in the workplace • Learn essential communication skills to apply in preventing and working through conflict • Build positive relationships between employees within the workplace

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years • Introduction to Conflict Resolution is offered as in‑class and/or online format. All other courses are offered online only

 mru.ca/WorkplaceConflict  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees

Conflict Resolution

Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Choose 1 CRN)

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CRN 30090

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30544

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

Negotiating with Integrity CRN 30545

Online Online

Online

F, S

15 hours

$375

15 hours

$375

45 hours

$990

Mar. 26 – Apr. 23

Save more than 10 per cent by registering for all 3 Online Courses at once! Use the block code below. Block Code CONF1

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$375

Feb. 20 – Mar. 20

Dealing with Difficult Conversations CRN 30547

15 hours

Jan. 15 – Apr. 23

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Health Birth Doula DONA International

 Seminar

Gain knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to function as a birth doula, a trained professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support throughout the birth process. Benefits

Program Format

• This course qualifies as an approved DONA International Birth Doula Workshop* • Prepare to start a career as a certified birth doula

• Complete the required course (23 hours)

 mru.ca/BirthDoula  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 23 hours

DONA International Birth Doula Training CRN 30227

3 classes

$499+GST

Apr. 20 – 21

8:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

F, S

Apr. 22

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Dementia Care Certificate of Completion

 Online

Understand the complexity and develop the skills required to support the emotional, psychological, social and physical challenges experienced by persons with a dementia. Gain valuable insight and learn how to support dementia care patients and their families. Benefits

Program Format

• Enhance your health and human service practice with a specialty in dementia care • Apply healthy aging principles to care for older adults experiencing dementia • Describe specific care strategies that support families and demonstrate knowledge of community resources

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/DementiaCare  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Caring for Families CRN 30928

Online

CRN 30929

Online Online

$269

Feb. 26 – Mar. 25 15 hours

Caring for Older Adults CRN 30315

Jan. 8 – Feb. 4 15 hours

Understanding Dementia

$269

Apr. 16 – May 13

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

$269

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“It gave me strategies and inspiration to start something in my small community.”

P U T T I N G T O

K N O W L E D G E W O R K

A DVA N C E D D EM EN T I A C A R E S H E R R I LY N L AVO I E Licensed practical nurse Sherrilyn Lavoie can’t wait to implement the knowledge she gained in Mount Royal’s Advanced Topics in Dementia Care Extension Certificate for the benefit of her community.

small community,” Sherrilyn says. “We need to help people understand that we are in the calm before the storm in terms of how dementia is going to affect our population.”

A licensed practical nurse (LPN) in Westlock, about an hour north of Edmonton, Sherrilyn cares for chronic disease patients, but she previously worked on the dementia wing of a long-term care facility. That experience led her to enroll in the certificate’s three required courses, which are offered online.

She’s gotten the go-ahead from her employer, the local primary care network, to start a community program for those with early-stage dementia. And she’ll draw from her Leadership in Dementia course in creating a locally driven Integrated Geriatric Services Initiative that designs services to meet patients’ needs in partnership with other agencies and stakeholders.

“I loved the courses. I came out wanting to do more. It gave me strategies and inspiration to start something in my

“I am really excited about both of these. I’m able to utilize what I’ve learned and apply it in the community.”


Advanced Topics in Dementia Care Extension Certificate

 Online

This program provides current knowledge from early identification to end-of-life care for health-care professionals looking to gain further skills to assist them in their current practice. Program Format

Benefits • Develop best practice competencies focused on communication, pharmacology, wellness and quality of life • Gain skills, knowledge and attitudes that support persons experiencing dementia and their families • Practice knowledge and skills that reflect an understanding of inclusive, equality and diversity awareness

• Complete the 3 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/AdvancedDementia  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Professional Leadership for Dementia Care CRN 30751

Online

$379

20 hours

$379

Jan. 8 – Feb. 11

Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care CRN 30752

20 hours

Online

Feb. 26 – Apr. 3

Professional Practice Competencies for Dementia Care Offered in Spring 2018

Health

Feng Shui Practitioner Certificate of Completion

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 Classroom

The practice of feng shui can help to improve mental and physical health while achieving peace of mind through the stimulation of environmental balance and order. Instructors teach from the BTB feng shui tradition. Benefits

Program Format

• Acquire knowledge and skills in feng shui for personal or professional purposes • Complement your alternative health-care practice • Learn tips to promote home sales • Bolster your interior decorating skills

• Complete the 7 required courses (66 hours) • 100 per cent attendance required • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/FengShui  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cearts@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Introduction to Feng Shui CRN 30046

2 classes

Feb. 10 – 11

The Foundations of Feng Shui CRN 30696

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces CRN 30579

1 class

Mar. 3

1 class

Mar. 10

S, U

12 hours

$239

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

6 hours

$149

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

2 classes

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 9 hours

Apply Feng Shui: Home Interior CRN 30697

$249

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

6 hours

Esoteric Feng Shui CRN 30093

12 hours

S $149 S $189

Mar. 14

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 17

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

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Feng Shui Practitioner – Courses and Fees Feng Shui for Work Environments CRN 30144

1 class

9 hours

$189

Mar. 21

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 24

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation

12 hours

$239

CRN 30426

Jan. 20

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

Mar. 17

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

2 classes

Integrative Health Coach Extension Certificate

 Blended | Practicum

Coach clients to develop and engage in healthy mindsets and behaviours. Using evidence-based theory and practices, assist clients to improve their health and well-being through personal responsibility and self-motivation. Benefits

Program Format

Health

• Satisfy your passion for health promotion • Build your practice by advancing client support for your patients • Coach others to lead healthy lives

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• Complete the 7 required courses, 5 of which are offered this semester, and a practicum (175 hours) • Courses consist of classroom hours, online hours and individual coaching session(s) between instructor and student • Introduction to Integrative Health Coaching is a prerequisite for all other courses in the program • Can be completed in a minimum of 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/HealthCoach  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 20 hours

Introduction to Integrative Health Coaching CRN 30224

3 classes

Online

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Jan. 20

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

Jan. 21

9 a.m. – noon

U

Online 3 classes

Online

20 hours

$699

Feb. 23

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

F

Feb. 24

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S

Feb. 25

9 a.m. – noon

U

Register by Feb. 26

Off Campus

Mar. 12 – June 13

Written Exam Online

June 4

Oral Exam

June 9

20 hours

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 20 hours

Client Learning and Transformation CRN 30292

$799

Feb. 23 – Mar. 9

Integrative Health Coach Practicum CRN 30986

45 hours Feb. 12 – Apr. 30

Relationship Coaching CRN 30918

F

Jan. 19 – Feb. 2

Integrative Healing Practices CRN 30225

$699

Jan. 19

3 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Mar. 25

9 a.m. – noon

Online

Mar. 23 – Apr. 6

$1,199

S $799 F, S U

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator Seminar

 Online

Lamaze International is considered the gold standard of childbirth education providers and the Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator (LCCE) certification is the only childbirth educator program that has passed rigorous standards set by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).This seminar will help you develop the knowledge and skills to build, deliver and evaluate a childbirth education program for expectant parents. Benefits

Program Format

• Lamaze childbirth educators may work in a variety of urban and rural settings • Lamaze certification may be used to enhance current professional skills or establish a new childbirth educator career

• Complete the required course (25 hours)

 mru.ca/Lamaze  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 25 hours

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator Seminar CRN 30801

Online

$549+GST

Feb. 23 – Mar. 11

F, S

Mar. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

Mar. 11

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

U

Health

Massage Therapy Diploma

 Application Required | Blended | Practicum/Field Trip | Classroom | Online

Prepare yourself for your new career as a massage therapist. Learn relaxation and therapeutic massage techniques, along with subjects that include anatomy, physiology, pathology, business and research. Hands-on training is a key component of the program. From the student-run practicum clinic to off-site community outreach, you will gain valuable experience working with a variety of clients and conditions in a supervised setting. Benefits • Train to the highest standards nationally • Study full-time or part-time and earn a university credential • Experience university life, with small class sizes, expert instructors, a dedicated program team and access to scholarships • Be in demand. Explore current job positions on our employment board and attend our annual career fair • Learn in specialized facilities designed for massage therapy instruction • Connect with your community through a variety of off-site practical experiences

Program Format • Study full-time or part-time • Take a combination of in-class, online and practicum courses • Start September or January • Complete within 18 months, up to a maximum of 6 years

 mru.ca/Massage  403.440.7742  1.866.616.3606  massage@mtroyal.ca

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

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“It’s about thinking outside the box, about not accepting what is considered achievable.”

C A S E S T U D Y L E A D S T O T R E AT M E N T B R E A K T H R O U G H M A S S AG E T H ER A P Y LAURIE FISHER Registered massage therapist, MRU instructor Laurie Fisher doesn’t take no for an answer. When a 73-year-old woman presented with a condition that is currently treated surgically, Laurie tackled the problem in her Massage Therapy case-study course at Mount Royal University. Laurie’s tenacity and resulting success has led to her acceptance into a PhD program for clinical research in massage therapy at the University of Southern California, adding to her master’s in Kinesiology. “We had huge success with the stretching and massagetherapy interventions. It’s an incredible feeling,” Laurie says of the results of the treatment she devised for Dupuytren’s

contracture. The condition results in people’s fingers contracting into their palms, leaving them unable to extend their fingers. “When I first met this lady, she couldn’t take a pot of boiling water from the stove to the sink. She couldn’t brush her hair properly. She couldn’t pull plugs out of the wall. Now we are restoring function for people. We are giving them their life back.” That initial success has been replicated under case-study protocols. Now teaching that same case-study course at MRU, Laurie is encouraging her students to create their own success. “It’s about thinking outside the box, about not accepting what is considered achievable. And never stop asking questions.”


Introductory Massage Courses Courses

 Classroom

Whether you are thinking about massage therapy as a career or want to develop basic skills to use on friends and family, practice basic relaxation techniques in this ideal introduction to the world of massage. No application required.

 mru.ca/Massage  403.440.7742  1.866.616.3606  massage@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 12 hours

Massage Basics, Level 1 CRN 30276

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 12 hours

Massage Basics, Level 2 CRN 30971

2 classes

Apr. 7 – 8

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

$169+GST S, U $169+GST S, U

Medical Terminology Extension Certificate

 Online

Medical terminology is a specialized language specific to the health-care field. These courses allow you to build a foundation of knowledge through examining topics such as word origins, abbreviations, body systems and disease. Benefits

Program Format • Complete the 3 required courses (65 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

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 mru.ca/MedicalTerms  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Medical Terminology I (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30405

Online

Jan. 2 – Feb. 2

CRN 30406

Online

Feb. 5 – Mar. 9

Medical Terminology II (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30407

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 9

CRN 30408

Online

Mar. 19 – Apr. 13

Medical Terminology III CRN 30870

Online

20 hours

$349

20 hours

$349

25 hours

$399

Mar. 19 – Apr. 20

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Health

• Explore basic anatomy, body systems and functions, while identifying complex medical terms • Gain an understanding of the importance of medical terminology to pursue a career in health care


Neonatal Nursing Extension Certificate

 Online

This comprehensive program for registered nurses will build important knowledge and clinical skills in neonatal nursing. The neonatal curriculum focuses on the learning needs of the health-care team member who provides care to the vulnerable newborn population. •

Nurses: This program is for graduates with a degree in nursing or senior-level nursing students, with approval from your home institution. You must hold a current, active nursing registration with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) or equivalent from another province. If you are applying from a country other than Canada, you must be eligible for registration with CARNA.

LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

Benefits

Program Format

Health

• Expand your expertise and skills to provide new career opportunities • Complete the 210-hour clinical experience course to integrate and apply your theoretical knowledge in a practical setting • Nurses who have worked a minimum of 2 years in their specialty of nursing can apply to PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition) the Clinical Experience course. Contact the Program Coordinator for more information.

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• Complete the 4 required courses and 210-hour clinical experience (402 hours) • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 6 years

 mru.ca/NeonatalNursing  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Neonatal Development and Homeostasis CRN 30316

Online

Neonatal Assessment CRN 30414

Online

$799

48 hours

$799

48 hours

$799

210 hours

$995

Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Neonatal Critical Moments II CRN 30415

48 hours Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Online

Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information.

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Perinatal Nursing Extension Certificate

 Online

This comprehensive program for registered nurses will build important knowledge and clinical skills in perinatal nursing. The perinatal curriculum allows you to focus on critical moments in the mother and neonate’s care, contributing to confident assessment and treatment during the childbearing continuum. •

Nurses: This program is for graduates with a degree in nursing or a senior-level nursing student, with approval from your home institution. You must hold a current, acting nursing registration with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA) or the equivalent from another province. If you are applying from a country other than Canada, you must be eligible for registration with CARNA.

LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

Benefits

Program Format

• Expand your expertise and skills to provide new career opportunities • Complete the 210-hour clinical experience course to integrate and apply your theoretical knowledge in a practical setting • Nurses who have worked a minimum of 2 years in their specialty of nursing can apply to PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition) the Clinical Experience course. Contact the Program Coordinator for more information.

• Complete the 4 required courses and 210-hour clinical experience (402 hours) • Can be completed within 1.5 years, up to a maximum of 6 years

 mru.ca/PerinatalNursing  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Online

Perinatal Assessment CRN 30416

Online Online

$799

48 hours

$799

48 hours

$799

210 hours

$995

Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Perinatal Critical Moments II CRN 30881

48 hours Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Jan. 8 – Apr. 8

Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information.

Personal Fitness Trainer Diploma

 Application Required | Blended | Practicum/Field Trip | Classroom | Online

Turn your passion for health and fitness into a career. Our program recognizes the current health and wellness trends in Canada through courses such as Human Anatomy and Human Physiology, Aging Populations, Chronic Conditions, Health Psychology and Business Management. This diverse program provides graduates with a wide range of opportunities, including working in clinical environments, fitness facilities and studios, or starting their own business. Benefits • Train to the highest standards nationally (Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology – Certified Personal Trainer) • Earn a university credential • Experience university life, with small class sizes, expert instructors, a dedicated program team and access to scholarships • Connect with employers through practicum experiences, community volunteerism and networking events • Be eligible for transfer credits towards a university degree

Program Format • Study full- or part-time • Take a combination of in-class, online and practicum courses • Start in September or January • Complete within 2 years, up to a maximum of 6 years

 mru.ca/PFT  403.440.7742  1.866.616.3606 M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

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Perinatal Development and Homeostasis CRN 30317

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Reiki Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

Reiki is a calming technique for relieving pain, decreasing stress and facilitating personal growth. The Karuna Reiki advanced courses have been replaced by Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki® Master Training in order to provide the most current and advanced form of Karuna Reiki® training available. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn the healing practice of reiki • Add reiki to your alternative health practice

• Complete the 3 required courses (28 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Reiki  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 8 hours

First Degree Reiki (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30115

1 class

Jan. 13

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

S

CRN 30131

1 class

Feb. 24

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

S

CRN 30232

1 class

Apr. 14

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. 8 hours

Health

Second Degree Reiki (Choose 1 CRN)

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$229

CRN 30116

1 class

CRN 30143 CRN 30233

Jan. 14

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

U

1 class

Feb. 25

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

U

1 class

Apr. 15

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30421 CRN 30644

S $229

2 classes 2 classes

12 hours

U $329

Jan. 26

5 – 9 p.m.

F

Jan. 27

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

S

Mar. 9

5 – 9 p.m.

F

Mar. 10

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

S

Courses not part of the Reiki Certificate of Completion 2 hours

Introduction to Reiki

$39+GST

CRN 30932

1 class

Jan. 4

7 – 9 p.m.

R

CRN 30933

1 class

Apr. 5

7 – 9 p.m.

R

20 hours

$629+GST

4 – 9 p.m.

F

Holy Fire II Karuna Reiki® Master Training CRN 30934

3 classes

Feb. 9 Feb. 10 – 11

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

CRN 30935

3 classes

Apr. 27

4 – 9 p.m.

Apr. 28 – 29

9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

S, U F S, U

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Course

 Online

As a registered nurse, this course will prepare you to provide comprehensive care for recent victims of sexual assault. You will learn how to offer support, take histories, gain consent, conduct examinations and carry out interventions as needed. You will examine risk factors for assault, standards of practice, physical and psychological consequences of assault, forensic and non-forensic examination, injury identification and documentation, as well as discharge followup. Benefits

Program Format

• Enhance your career as a registered nurse to become a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner* • Learn to collect evidence and give testimony in court • Serve rural communities that do not have sexual assault teams

• Course content and assignments are entirely online • Complete the required course within one semester (48 hours)

*Meets the requirements of the International Association of Forensic Nurses to prepare Sexual Assault Nurse Practitioners who wish to later write the optional certification examinations (forensicnurses.org)

 mru.ca/Forensics  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 48 hours

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) CRN 30560

Online

$599+GST

Jan. 8 – Apr. 15

Health

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Languages English Language

Online Resources  Online

Full-time Courses

Choose either 30 days ($100) or 90 days ($200) and access these online tutorials:

Classroom The credit-free, full-time program advances your English proficiency for academic and professional purposes and provides a pathway into the institution. Alberta Works funding is available.

Languages

Foundational English Levels 1 to 3 develop High Beginner to Intermediate language skills in listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar.

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Local fees: $1,600 International fees: $3,360 Winter Semester: Jan. 8 – Mar. 27 Spring Semester: Apr. 9 – Jun. 26 MTWR • 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. F • 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

• IELTS Test Preparation • Academic Vocabulary • English for Health • English for Nursing For free demonstrations: http://mru.vitalenglish.com/MRULanguages/LandingPage.html

English Language Full-time Program • Placement test determines course and level • Application required • Intakes in September, January, April and July. Courses and Fees Placement Test Contact office to schedule date and time after you register

3 hours

CRN 3019

Winter Semester

Academic English Levels 1 to 3 develop High Intermediate to Advanced academic language skills for accuracy and fluency. Graduates of Level 3 meet the language proficiency requirement for admission to Mount Royal University’s degree, diploma and certificate programs. Local fees: $1,600 International fees: $3,360 Winter Semester: Jan. 8 – Mar. 27 Spring Semester: Apr. 9 – Jun. 26 MTWR • 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m F • 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. English for Professional and Advanced Communication Levels 1 and 2 develop High Intermediate to Low Advanced language skills, with a focus on oral fluency, vocabulary building and international communication, in both personal and professional contexts. Local fees: $1,600 International fees: $3,360 Winter Semester: Jan. 8 – Mar. 27 Spring Semester: Apr. 9 – Jun. 26 MTWR • 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m F • 9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

$50+GST

Foundational English Level 1 High Beginner Level 2 Low Intermediate Level 3 Intermediate

Academic English

English for Professional & Advanced Commmunications

Level 1 High Intermediate Level 2 Low Advanced

Level 1 High Intermediate Level 2 Low Advanced

Level 3 Advanced

Mount Royal University Degree Program

Faculty of Continuing Education Programs

Professions

ENGLISH LANGUAGE FULL–TIME PROGRAM

 mtroyal.ca/EAL  403.440.5100  1.888.775.2673  mrulanguages@mtroyal.ca M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


“Life is challenging, but people should know that they are the leader of their own life.”

L E A D I N G B Y E X A M P L E L A N G UAG E S I N S T I T U T E REBECCA DAU Student, personal care assistant Rebecca Dau’s dedication to empowering women and children in her community is a force to behold. “Everything that happens to me makes me stronger,” says Rebecca, a student in Mount Royal University’s Languages Institute. Completing her Academic English Level 2 is another step on her journey towards MRU’s Social Work Diploma. “I want to be able to help people the way I was helped,” Rebecca says. “Life is challenging, but people should know that they are the leader of their own life.” Rebecca was one of the Lost Girls of Sudan who fled her country’s civil war as a child on her own. After years in a

refugee camp in Kenya, she returned home, only to be seriously injured in a bombing. She was hospitalized for a year and wasn’t expected to recover. Since then, she’s had 24 surgeries. Rebecca began working as a personal care assistant after she immigrated to Canada in 2004. Once she completes MRU’s English Language Program, she’ll take academic upgrading to meet the Social Work Diploma requirements. Rebecca’s passionate in her belief that education can be a transformational experience. The single mother of two is a leader for not only her children, but for her community as well.


Customized language training for your group • Build intercultural communication competence for business or travel • Focus on any world language, including English • Refine a particular skill, such as writing, pronunciation or exam preparation • Customize your course to meet your specific needs • Work with a professional instructor ceglobal@mtroyal.ca | 403.440.5579 | 1.866.775.2673

mru.ca/CorporateTraining

Become an English language teacher Mount Royal’s Teaching English as a World Language (TEWL) online course gives you an internationally recognized credential to teach English. • TEWL + university undergraduate degree = global teaching opportunities • Add a 40-hour specialization to help prepare you to teach in China or Latin America For more information, see page 71. ceglobal@mtroyal.ca | 403.440.5579 | 1.866.775.2673

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Teaching English as a World Language Certificate of Completion

 Online

This course provides the foundational knowledge, skills, strategies and tools that you need to teach English in a wide range of educational settings at home or around the world. Offering 100 hours of online instruction, meaningful assignments and a self-organized 20-hour practicum, this 120-hour course opens the doors to your amazing career as an English language teacher. NEW! Add a Travel and Culture specialization to help prepare you to teach in China or Latin America (40 hours/$300). Visit our website in February for course and registration details. Program Format

Benefits

• Online: start the course on the first day of any month (complete in 1 month or up to 12 months) • Full-time: complete the course in as little as 4 weeks (not including the practicum) • Part-time: take up to 12 months to complete the course (including practicum)

Languages

• Earn an internationally recognized university certificate of completion • Study from the comfort of your own home, anywhere in the world • Work at your own pace • Learn about English as a system of communication, including factors that influence second language development • Refine your own English language knowledge • Develop engaging ways to teach and assess language skills • Design and deliver effective lesson plans • Gain confidence to teach in a variety of educational settings • Create a portfolio and start networking to find a teaching job • Access potential international teaching opportunities in China upon completion

 mru.ca/TEWL  403.440.6885  1.888.775.2673  ceglobal@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Teaching English as a World Language (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 3040

Online

Jan. 1

CRN 3041

Online

Feb. 1

CRN 3043

Online

Mar. 1

CRN 3044

Online

Apr. 1

120 hours

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$1,000+GST

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Management and Leadership Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Gain an understanding of the emergency management actions needed to help communities recover from natural and man-made disasters. Explore the consequences of emergency and disaster events and examine the ecological framework necessary for the disaster recovery process. Long-term recovery touches on many sectors, including emergency management, public health, housing, mental health and the environment. Program Format

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• Learn from instructors with real-world experience, both locally and globally • Gain valuable skills for your role as a municipal, community or political leader • Enhance your career or volunteer role in emergency management • Acquire knowledge and techniques useful in social work, public health and emergency response

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/EmergencyManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Principles of Emergency Management and the Fundamentals of Recovery

15 hours

CRN 30665

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

15 hours

$319

2 classes

Mar. 8 – 9

Personal and Family Recovery CRN 30666

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 11

Neighbourhood and Community Recovery CRN 30667

2 classes

Apr. 26 – 27

Post-Disaster Growth and Change CRN 30668

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

$319

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S, U

15 hours

$319

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

15 hours

$319

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m

S, U

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Human Resource Management Certificate

 Classroom

Gain skills in the key areas of human resource management and become an HR professional. Learn effective recruitment and selection techniques, support employee career planning, develop quality training programs for employees and create an effective performance management program. This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in human resources • Enhance your HR career and earn a recognized credential • Learn professional techniques for hiring, managing and motivating employees

• Complete the 6 required courses, plus 60 hours of optional courses (150 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

Courses and Fees 15 hours

Organizational Training and Development CRN 30147

2 classes

Feb. 23, Mar. 2

Human Resources Information Management (HRIM) CRN 30133

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

2 classes

Feb. 26 – 27

Employee Relations CRN 30908

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

Workplace Health and Safety CRN 30091

2 classes

Jan. 29 – 30

Organizational Effectiveness CRN 30082

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Total Compensation CRN 30089

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

Feb. 24, Mar. 3

$420 F $420 F, S $420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

Choose 60 hours of Optional Courses 15 hours

Interviewing Strategies CRN 30178

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

Building High Performance Teams CRN 30893

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

CRN 30128

2 classes

Feb. 9 - 10

Human Resources Basics for Managers (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30382

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 2

CRN 30080

2 classes

Mar. 5 – 6

The Art of Leadership CRN 30669

1 class

Feb. 3

1 class

Apr. 28

1 class

Feb. 2

1 class

Feb. 24

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

F, S $420 F, S $420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

7 hours

$219

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 15 hours

Change Management Fundamentals CRN 30454

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

7 hours

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

7 hours

Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30387

$420

7 hours

Conflict Management CRN 30384

M, T

15 hours 15 hours

Employee Engagement

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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S $219 S $219 F $219 S $479 F, S

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Human Resource Management – Courses and Fees 39 hours

Payroll Compliance Legislation CRN 30168

13 classes

Mar. 6 – May 29

6:15 – 9:15 p.m. 15 hours

Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30090

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30556

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30544

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$495 T $375

F, S

Professional Development - One-day Seminar Change Management Tools and Resources for HR Professionals: Creating Meaningful and Lasting Change

7 hours

CRN 30982

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

1 class

Jan. 27

$249 F

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Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

This program presents a leading-edge comprehensive approach to developing your leadership abilities and enhancing performance. Topics covered include emotional intelligence, communications and interpersonal skills, team-building, motivating and engaging others, creating a culture of adaptability and leading change. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare to take on a leadership role in your personal or professional life • Gain knowledge and skills for your new role in a management or leadership position • Polish your current leadership skills and acquire a credential

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/LeadershipDevelopment  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Effective Leadership CRN 30911

2 classes

Jan. 19, 26

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders CRN 30913

2 classes

Mar. 2 – 3

Leading and Influencing Others (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30661

Online

Jan. 29 – Feb. 25

CRN 30912

2 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30660

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8

CRN 30910

2 classes

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$479 F $479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S

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Organizational Change Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Successful navigation in today’s fast-paced business landscape requires effective change leadership. Move forward and gain highly sought-after change leadership skills necessary for successful organizational change initiatives. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification. Benefits

Program Format

• Acquire knowledge and techniques for leading or supporting change in your organization • Build organizational change management skills into your portfolio of professional skills • Prepare for a career that includes organizational change management in a variety of fields

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/ChangeManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca 15 hours

Change Management Fundamentals CRN 30454

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

15 hours

Preparing for Change CRN 30455

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

2 classes

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Managing and Sustaining Change CRN 30466

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Leading and Implementing Change CRN 30456

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Apr. 6 – 7

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change CRN 30660

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8

CRN 30910

2 classes

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S

Pillars of Management Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

Acquire essential management skills in four main areas of management: communications, human resources, finance/ operations and leadership. This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification. Benefits

Program Format

• Apply your new knowledge and techniques to the workplace immediately • Get job-ready skills in a short period of time • Prepare for or enhance your management career

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours), 2 of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/Management  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Effective Workplace Communication (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$420

CRN 30725

2 classes

Feb. 1 – 2

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

CRN 31004

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 16 15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

Human Resources Basics for Managers (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30382

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 2

CRN 30080

2 classes

Mar. 5 – 6

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

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Management Development Extension Certificate

 Classroom

Build on your Pillars of Management Certificate of Completion by taking four additional courses to further your management knowledge. Develop your management potential with essential skills and add specialties that support your career goals. This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a management career • Gain skills and knowledge for your current role with management or supervisory responsibilities • Work towards a career promotion • Earn a recognized credential

• Complete the 4 required courses, 2 of which are offered this semester, plus 4 optional courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

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Effective Workplace Communication (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$420

CRN 30725

2 classes

Feb. 1 – 2

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F

CRN 31004

Online

Feb. 12 – Mar. 16 15 hours

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

Human Resources Basics for Managers (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30382

Online

Jan. 29 – Mar. 2

CRN 30080

2 classes

Mar. 5 – 6

Choose 4 Optional Courses Project Management: Overview and Integration (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

$699

CRN 30844

3 classes

Jan. 11 – 13

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

CRN 30848

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

CRN 30847

3 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

15 hours

$419

Effective Business Writing (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30139

2 classes

Mar. 10, 17

CRN 30140

Online

Apr. 3 – 30 15 hours

Building High Performance Teams CRN 30893

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders CRN 30189

2 classes

Apr. 16 – 17

Employee Relations CRN 30908

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

2 classes

Feb. 23, Mar. 2

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

The Art of Leadership CRN 30669

1 class

Feb. 3

CRN 30384

1 class

Apr. 28

CRN 30387

1 class

Feb. 2

CRN 30385

1 class

M, T

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Feb. 24

Introduction to Conflict Resolution (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30090

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30556

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30544

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

F, S $420 F $420 F, S $420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

7 hours

$219

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Effective Interpersonal Communication

F, S $420 $420

7 hours

Leading with Emotional Intelligence

$420

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

7 hours

Conflict Management

S

15 hours

15 hours

Interviewing Strategies CRN 30178

15 hours

15 hours

Employee Engagement CRN 30128

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

15 hours

Organizational Training and Development CRN 30147

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 15 hours

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S $219 S $219 F $219 S $375

F, S

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday


Professional Management Seminar Series Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

These one-day seminars help polish your management skills with essential strategies and personal assessment tools. Design your own learning experience. Benefits

Program Format

• Learn management best practices in a variety of subjects • Develop or strengthen your knowledge of leadership skills • Build your soft skills as a leader, manager or supervisor

• Complete your choice of 6 courses (42 hours) • You may take individual seminars • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 2 years

 mru.ca/SeminarSeries  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 7 hours

Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30387

1 class

Feb. 2

1 class

Feb. 3

CRN 30894

1 class

Feb. 23

1 class

Feb. 24

1 class

Mar. 9

1 class

Mar. 23

1 class

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Conflict Management CRN 30384

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 7 hours

Building Customer Relations CRN 30386

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7.5 hours

Project Management Basics CRN 30869

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30385

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 7 hours

Performance Management

Apr. 28

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

$219 F $219 S $219 F $219 S $289+GST F $219 F $219 S

Management and Leadership

7 hours

The Art of Leadership CRN 30669

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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Project Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online | Fast Track

NEWLY Revised based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition.

This program provides essential training in the flourishing field of project management and is designed to develop introductory project management skills. It has been revised based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition. Mount Royal University is a Global Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification. Course materials

Benefits • • • •

Prepare for a career in the field of project management Earn an internationally recognized credential Prepare to write the CAPM® or PMP® exams Update your job skills that require project management

• Available to registered students a week prior to course start date via e-mail link. Please bring an electronic or printed copy to class. Textbook (required)

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Program Format • Classroom version: complete the 7 required courses plus Final Assessment Paper (136 hours) • Online version – complete the 7 required courses plus Final Assessment Paper (136 hours) • Fast Track version (classroom): complete your course work in just 3 weeks • Can be completed within 2 semesters, up to a maximum of 3 years

• A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition

The PMI® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute Inc. This program is eligible towards Alberta Innovation & Advanced Education Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) Program certification.

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 mru.ca/ProjectManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Project Management: Overview and Integration (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30848

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

CRN 30847

3 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

21 hours

$699

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

Project Management: Schedule and Cost Management (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

$549

CRN 30842

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30356

Online

Feb. 14 – Mar. 14

Project Management: Scope and Quality Management (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30862

Online

Feb. 21 – Mar. 21

CRN 30859

2 classes

Mar. 2 – 3

Project Management: Leader and Project Resource Management (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30854

Online

Mar. 1 – 29

CRN 30851

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

Project Management: Stakeholder and Communication Management (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30866

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 9

CRN 30864

2 classes

Mar. 23 – 24

Project Management: Risk and Procurement Management (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30843

Online

Mar. 24 – Apr. 21

CRN 30358

2 classes

Apr. 6 – 7

15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S $549 F, S $549

F, S

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Project Management – Courses and Fees Project Management: The Business of Project Management (Choose 1 CRN)

7 hours

CRN 30856

1 class

Apr. 14

8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

CRN 30857

Online

Apr. 16 – 30 33 hours

Final Assessment Paper (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30831

Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

CRN 30832

Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

CRN 30833

Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

CRN 30834

Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

CRN 30836

Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

$289 S $409

Course Schedule and Fees –­ Fast Track $4,142

Register using the Block Code CRN PRM Project Management: Overview and Integration 3 classes

Jan. 11 – 13

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

Project Management: Schedule and Cost Management 2 classes

Jan. 17 – 18

W, R

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

W, R

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

F, S

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

W, R

8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F

Project Management: Scope and Quality Management 2 classes

Jan. 19 – 20

Project Management: Leader and Project Resource Management 2 classes

Jan. 24 – 25

Project Management: Stakeholder and Communication Management 2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

Project Management: Risk and Procurement Management 2 classes

Jan. 31 – Feb. 1

Project Management: The Business of Project Management 1 class Final Assessment

Feb. 2

Paper Independent Study

Jan. 4 – Apr. 12

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

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PMP® Exam Preparation Workshops

 Classroom

Prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification exam from PMI®. The (PMI)® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Course materials

Textbook (required) • For CRN 30647 and 30868: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition and Rita Mulcahy’s PMP® Exam Prep, 8th Edition • For CRN 30867: A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition and Rita Mulcahy’s PMP® Exam Prep

• Available to registered students a week prior to course start date via e-mail link. Please bring an electronic or printed copy to class.

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Courses and Fees 40 hours

PMP®/CAPM® Exam Boot Camp CRN 30647

CRN 30868

5 classes

Online

$745+GST

Feb. 1 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Feb. 9

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

R, F, S F

Feb. 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

Jan. 1 – Mar. 15

Based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition 35 hours

PMP® Exam Prep Training CRN 30867

10 classes

Mar. 20 – Apr. 19

$745+GST

6 – 9:45 p.m.

T, R

Based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition

$

Get 66 per cent of your training costs covered, up to $10K per employee per year.

Apply at AlbertaCanada.com/JobGrant

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Project Management in Construction Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

NEWLY Revised based on A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition.

Manage construction projects with expertise gained in this certificate program tailored specifically for the needs of the construction industry. Acquire a solid base of knowledge and project management tools, techniques, approaches and best practices as they relate to construction. Gain specialized knowledge and skills in courses created especially for the construction industry. These skills are valuable in every aspect of construction through the application of proven project management processes. The program has been designed for those who have experience in construction management environments and who would like to acquire project management tools and techniques. The (PMI)® Regstered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, In. This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification. The (PMI)® Regstered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, In. This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification.

• Available to registered students a week prior to course start date via email link. Please bring an electronic or printed copy to class. Textbook (required)

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours), 5 of which are offered this semester • You may also register in individual courses of interest

• A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) – Sixth Edition

 mru.ca/PMConstruction  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Project Management in Construction — Courses and Fees Construction Project Management: An Overview (Choose 1 CRN)

15 hours

CRN 30200

2 classes

Jan. 26 – 27

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

CRN 30392

Online

Jan. 30 – Feb. 27 15 hours

Construction Project Scheduling CRN 30248

2 classes

Feb. 9 – 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$549 F, S $549 F, S

15 hours

$549

Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope

15 hours

$549

CRN 30164

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Construction Project Administration and Control Systems CRN 30394

Online 2 classes

Mar. 1 – 29 Mar. 9 – 10

Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills CRN 30396

Online

15 hours

Apr. 3 – 30

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

F, S $549

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Project Management Professional Development Seminars Certificate of Completion

 Classroom

These seminars meet the market niche that the Project Management Institute (PMI)® created with the Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. This certificate targets graduates from MRU’s Project Management and Project Management in Construction programs, as well as practicing project managers with three to five years of experience. The (PMI)® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc. Program Format

Benefits

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• Further your career in a project manager role or a project management office (PMO) • Earn Professional Development Units (PDUs) from the Project Management Institute (PMI)®

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• Complete the 3 key areas: technical project management, leadership strategies and strategic and business management required courses, plus 1 optional course (60 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/PMSeminars  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Project Management Basics for Non-Project Managers

7.5 hours

CRN 30869

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 9

$289+GST F

Strategic Management Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Learn to evaluate business performance, assess market dynamics, drive innovation, execute strategic decisions, measure results and renew the strategic process. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Benefits

Program Format

• Acquire a solid foundation in strategic management practices • Gain essential skills in strategic execution, decision making and leadership • Enhance your management or consulting career

• Complete the 5 required courses (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/StrategicManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Strategic Planning CRN 30464

2 classes

Feb. 2 – 3

CRN 30597

2 classes

Mar. 9 – 10

2 classes

Mar. 16 – 17

Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance CRN 30465

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Strategy Execution CRN 30598

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Strategic Innovation

2 classes

Apr. 13 – 14

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. 15 hours

Leaders, Culture and Change (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30660

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 8

CRN 30910

2 classes

Apr. 27 – 28

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

$479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S $479 F, S

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Oil and Gas Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) Certificate

 Online

Gain industry-recognized expertise in petroleum production accounting, with a solid understanding of the industry’s financial practices, government regulations and the role of the production accountant.

Oil and Gas

Benefits

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Program Format

• Canadian high school diploma or equivalent, or mature student status with at least 2 years of business experience • As of Sept. 1, 2015, all CAPPA students are required to complete a financial accounting concepts course prior to registering in CAPPA Level 4 • CAPPA strongly recommends ESL students achieve Level 8 in the Canadian Language Benchmark Placement Test • CAPPA recommends completion of an introductory MS Excel course • Students enrolling in the CAPPA Certificate Program as of July 1, 2017 will be required to complete the CAPPA program within 3 years. Students who registered prior to this date will continue to have 5 years for completion

• Complete the 5 required courses (244 hours) • Online students are required to attend exams on campus in a monitored setting • CAPPA requires completion of additional training modules provided by Petrinex Course materials used in this course are owned by CAPPA and are used under license. CAPPA is a trademark used under license.

 mru.ca/CAPPA  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch CRN 30451

Online

CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting CRN 30452

Online

Online

Online

Independent Study

12 classes

49 hours

$550

49 hours

$550

51 hours

$550

36 hours

$549

Jan. 2 – Apr. 30

Financial Accounting Fundamentals CRN 30646

$550

Jan. 2 – Apr. 30

CAPPA Level 5: Case Study CRN 30176

49 hours

Jan. 2 – Apr. 3

CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting CRN 30457

$550

Jan. 2 – Apr. 30

CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting CRN 30453

46 hours Jan. 2 – Apr. 30

Jan. 30 – Apr. 17

6 – 9:15 p.m.

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Introduction to the Petroleum Industry Extension Certificate

 Online

Gain a broad understanding of the petroleum industry as a whole, as well as the legal, environmental and regulatory aspects involved. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare to take MRU’s Land Administration Extension Certificate • Acquire a general overview of the oil and gas industry to complement your professional role

• Complete the 4 required courses (126 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/LandIntro  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 30154

Online

Environmental Regulations CRN 30896

Online

Jan. 15 – Apr. 6

Online

Jan. 22 – Mar. 9

Online

Mar. 12 – May 4

Legal Concepts CRN 30373 Land Concepts CRN 30372

45 hours

$550

36 hours

$549

21 hours

$359

24 hours

$359

15 hours

$359

Jan. 15 – Apr. 27

Indigenous Canadians and Business CRN 30988

2 classes

Mar. 3, 10

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

S

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Oil and Gas Office Administration Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

This specialized program teaches the fundamentals of today’s most commonly used PC-based operating system (Windows), as well as the most prevalent office software package (MS Office). In addition to technical skills, gain oil and gas industry-specific knowledge that will help you on your path to success. Program Format

Benefits • Prepare for an administrative assistant role in the petroleum industry

• Complete the 15 required courses (234 hours) • Complete in a minimum of 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/OGOffice  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 30154

Online Online

45 hours

$550

15 hours

$349

Jan. 15 – Apr. 27

Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 31001

Feb. 5 – Mar. 9

Project Management: Overview and Integration (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

$699

CRN 30844

3 classes

Jan. 11 – 13

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

CRN 30848

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

CRN 30847

3 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

15 hours

$349

Making Meetings Move CRN 30755

Online

Oil and Gas

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Mar. 12 – Apr. 13

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Oil and Gas Office Administration – Courses and Fees 12 hours

Windows Basics CRN 30980

2 classes

Jan. 6, 13

6 hours

File Management Basics CRN 30704

2 classes

Jan. 9, 11

MS Outlook CRN 30072

2 classes

Jan. 20 – 21

6 classes

Jan. 15 – 31

MS Word, Level 1 CRN 30054

MS Excel, Level 1 (Choose 1 CRN)

$279 S $169

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$329

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

12 hours

$279

CRN 30055

2 classes

Feb. 12 – 13

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30056

2 classes

Mar. 3 – 4

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 CRN 30073

2 classes

Feb. 24 – 25

MS Excel, Level 2 (Choose 1 CRN)

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

CRN 30057

2 classes

Feb. 26 – 27

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30058

2 classes

Mar. 10 – 11

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

12 hours

$279

Business Project, Level 1 CRN 30126

2 classes

Mar. 17 – 18

MS Access, Level 1 CRN 30972

Oil and Gas

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

3 classes

Apr. 13 – 15

MS Word, Level 2 CRN 30153

3 classes

Mar. 23 – 25

Business Project, Level 2 CRN 30127

2 classes

Apr. 28 – 29

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

18 hours

$319

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

18 hours

$329

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

F, S, U

12 hours

$279

9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

S, U

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Oil and Gas Skills for the Administrative Professional Certificate of Completion

 Online

If you are an office administration professional hoping to land a similar role in the petroleum industry, this online program is for you. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain a broad understanding of the petroleum industry as a whole, including corporate culture, terminology, processes and history • Develop the skills that are useful to be an oil and gas administrative assistant, executive assistant or office assistant

• Complete 3 required courses for a total of between 75 to 78 hours (depending on program choices) • Complete in a minimum of 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years.

 mru.ca/OGSkills  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 45 hours

$550

46 hours

$550

Project Management: Overview and Integration (Choose 1 CRN)

21 hours

$699

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

R, F, S

15 hours

$349

The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 30154

Online

Jan. 15 – Apr. 27

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch CRN 30451

Online

Jan. 2 – Apr. 30

3 classes

Jan. 11 – 13

Online

Jan. 23 – Feb. 27

CRN 30847

3 classes

Feb. 1 – 3

Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 31001

Online

Feb. 5 – Mar. 9

Oil and Gas

CRN 30844 CRN 30848

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Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

This industry-recognized certificate focuses on the surface rights aspect of petroleum land administration, giving you an unparalleled opportunity for hands-on learning in every facet of this exciting profession. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for an entry-level surface land administration role • Expand your current industry knowledge

• Complete the Introduction to the Petroleum Industry Extension Certificate (126 hours), plus the 5 required Surface Rights courses (90 hours) for a total program of 216 hours • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/Surface  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 30154

Online

Jan. 15 – Apr. 27

Online

Jan. 22 – Mar. 9

Online

Mar. 12 – May 4

Legal Concepts CRN 30373 Land Concepts CRN 30372

Environmental Regulations

Oil and Gas

CRN 30896

88

Online 7 classes

Jan. 15 – Feb. 5

Crown Surface Rights CRN 30898

8 classes

Feb. 7 – Mar. 7 No class Feb. 19

Surface Land Systems CRN 30900

5 classes

Mar. 28 – Apr. 16

Surface Acquisitions and Divestitures CRN 30899

5 classes

Mar. 12 – 26

Case Studies in Surface Rights CRN 31003

5 classes

$550

21 hours

$359

24 hours

$359

36 hours

$549

Jan. 15 – Apr. 6

Freehold Surface Rights CRN 30897

45 hours

Apr. 18 – May 2

21 hours

$359

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

24 hours

$359

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$359

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$359

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$359

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

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Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts Extension Certificate

 Classroom | Online

Developed by industry experts, this certificate provides the expertise you need for the rewarding field of petroleum land contract administration. Benefits

Program Format

• Leverage your Petroleum Land Administration: Mineral Rights Extension Certificate to the next level • Prepare to advance in your land administration career

• Complete the 5 required courses (141 hours), 4 of which are offered this semester • Petroleum Land Administration: Mineral Rights Extension Certificate is the prerequisite • Can be completed within 3 semesters, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/LandContracts  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 45 hours

Land Agreements CRN 30902

15 classes

Jan. 18 – Apr. 26

11 classes

Jan. 17 – Apr. 4

5 classes

Mar. 8 – Apr. 5

Contract Land Systems 5 classes

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

W

Feb. 6 – 20

$359

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

R

15 hours

$359

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

T, R

Oil and Gas

CRN 30903

$550

15 hours

Contract Acquisitions and Divestitures CRN 30904

R

36 hours

Land Negotiations CRN 30364

$549

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

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Petroleum Land Business Extension Certificate

 Blended

Developed in association with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL), this is an ideal gateway to jobs in the petroleum industry. Explore the technical, legal and business aspects of the petroleum industry and build skills in negotiations and strategic thinking. Benefits

Program Format

• Prepare for a land business role • Expand your existing business skills for the oil and gas industry • Earn a credential

• Complete the 9 required courses (338 hours) • Can be completed within 2.5 years, up to a maximum of 5 years

 mru.ca/LandBusiness  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach CRN 30154

Online

Online

Jan. 22 – Mar. 9

Online

Mar. 12 – May 4

Oil and Gas

Land Concepts CRN 30372

Strategic Thinking for Land Business CRN 30905

5 classes

Feb. 12 – Mar. 19

15 classes

Jan. 18 – Apr. 26

12 classes

Jan. 17 – Apr. 4

14 classes

Jan. 16 – Apr. 17

Surface Rights and Regulations Overview CRN 30750

24 hours

$359

15 hours

$350

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

10 classes

Mar. 28 – May 30

M $549

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

R $550

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 42 hours

Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview CRN 30906

$359

36 hours

Land Negotiations CRN 30364

21 hours

45 hours

Land Agreements CRN 30902

90

$550

Jan. 15 – Apr. 27

Legal Concepts CRN 30373

45 hours

W $550

6 – 9 p.m.

T

30 hours

$550

6 – 9 p.m.

W

Professional Development Course 15 hours

Indigenous Canadians and Business CRN 30988

$

2 classes

Mar. 3, 10

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$359

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Open Online Courses Career Planning and Preparation Course

 Online

Your next career move needs thoughtful planning and work. Whether you are transitioning careers, new to the workforce, underemployed or looking for something new and fresh, the exercises in this course will help you achieve your goals. Assessing your strengths and weaknesses, developing powerful documents that get noticed, networking and connecting with the right people and ensuring you make the most of your job interview are covered in this selfguided course.

 mru.ca/OpenOnline  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Career Planning and Preparation

15 hours

CRN 30996

Jan. 8 – Apr. 30

Online

Free

Register anytime up to April 16.

Course

 Online

No one is immune to conflict, whether it be personal or professional. This self-guided course provides an overview of dispute resolution processes including negotiation, facilitation, mediation and coaching. You will explore reflective listening and communication styles. The five different styles for managing conflict will be examined with attention to the when, where and how of different conflict management choices.

 mru.ca/OpenOnline  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Foundations of Conflict Resolution

15 hours

CRN 30997

Jan. 8 – Apr. 30

Online

Free

Register anytime up to April 16.

Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed Course

 Online

If you would like to receive a grade for the Foundations of Conflict Resolution course, register in the Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed and complete the required online self-graded quizzes. This course is equivalent to XCFR 20101 Introduction to Conflict Resolution within the Conflict Resolution Extension Certificate and the Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace Certificate of Completion. If you successfully complete the Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed course with a passing grade, you may continue in one of the Continuing Education Conflict Resolution programs. For more information, visit mru.ca/ConflictResolution.

 mru.ca/OpenOnline  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed

15 hours

CRN 30998

Jan. 8 – Apr. 30

Online

Register anytime up to April 16.

$375+GST

Open Online Courses

Foundations of Conflict Resolution

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Social and Environmental Prosperity Community Investment Professional Certificate

 Online

Community investment is a key business function for corporate Canada. An effective CI strategy aligns with the corporation’s business goals and positively contributes to the communities in which it operates. When well designed and executed, the CI strategy of a company will effectively and efficiently promote its brand, inspire its employees and enhance the community by providing leadership, funding and resources to address social issues, environmental sustainability and cultural vitality. This program will provide those working in community investment with a professional development opportunity designed to inspire creative thinking and strategic actions as facilitators of community prosperity.

Social and Environmental Prospoerity

Benefits

92

Program Format

• Prepare for a career in the community investment sector • Learn to facilitate community prosperity through creative thinking and strategic actions • Provide leadership, funding and resources to address social issues, environmental sustainability and/or cultural vitality • Fill knowledge gaps in your community job or volunteer responsibilities

• Complete the 4 required courses, two of which are offered this semester, plus 1 optional course (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/CommunityInvestment  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment CRN 30508

Online

$399

15 hours

$399

15 hours

$389

Jan. 19 – Feb. 23

Designing a Community Investment Strategy CRN 30963

15 hours

Online

Mar. 2 – Apr. 6

Choose 1 Optional Course Social Innovation and Changemaking CRN 30723

Online

Feb. 2 – 24 Feb. 10

8:30 a.m. – noon

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Feb. 24

8:30 a.m. – noon

S

15 hours

Evaluating Social Innovation CRN 30962

Online

Apr. 14 Apr. 28 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30100

Online Online Online 4 classes

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15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$419

Feb. 6 – Mar. 13

Marketing and Strategic Communications CRN 30381

8:30 a.m. – noon

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Mar. 14 – Apr. 11

Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry: An Introduction CRN 30964

8:30 a.m. – noon

Apr. 4 – May 9

Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy CRN 30314

$389

Apr. 6 – 28

Mar. 12 – 26

6 – 9 p.m.

M, W

15 hours

$375

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders

15 hours

$420

CRN 30189

8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

M, T

Negotiating with Integrity CRN 30545

Online

Feb. 20 – Mar. 20

CRN 30557

Online

Feb. 20 – Mar. 20

2 classes

Apr. 16 – 17

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Nonprofit Management Extension Certificate

 Online

Gain a thorough understanding of the nonprofit sector and board governance in Canada, and discover strategies for building successful partnerships and alliances. Learn from experienced nonprofit professionals and acquire relevant skills that can be applied immediately in the workplace. Benefits

Program Format

• Acquire skills to bolster your current nonprofit workplace or volunteer role • Prepare for a career in the nonprofit sector • Gain a recognized credential

• Complete the 8 required courses, plus 2 optional courses (150 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up, to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/NonprofitManagement  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca 15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

Social and Environmental Prosperity

Courses and Fees

15 hours

$349

93

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

15 hours

$349

Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations II: Roles and Responsibilities 15 hours

$349

Introduction to Nonprofit Management (Choose 1 CRN) CRN 30049

Online

Jan. 15 – Feb. 12

CRN 30718

Online

Mar. 12 – Apr. 9

Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management CRN 30099

Online

Feb. 22 – Mar. 22

Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30101

Online

Jan. 24 – Feb. 28

Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30198

Online

Mar. 6 – Apr. 3

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30132

Online

Feb. 22 – Mar. 29

Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30100

Online

Apr. 4 – May 9

Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy CRN 30314

Online

Mar. 14 – Apr. 11

Law for the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30716

Online

Mar. 6 – Apr. 10

Choose 2 Optional Courses Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers CRN 30199

Online

Feb. 22 – Mar. 22

Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30285 CRN 30179

Online Online

Jan. 24 – Feb. 21 Apr. 5 – May 3

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Social Innovation Extension Certificate

 Blended

Social Innovation in Canada explains that changemakers/social innovators are increasingly called upon to fill gaps left by recent government devolution or responsibilities. These changemakers/social innovators provide “novel solutions to social problem(s) that are more effective, efficient, sustainable…and for which value created occurs primarily to society as a whole rather than as a private individual.” Benefits

Program Format

Social and Environmental Prospoerity

• Learn to differentiate between key social innovation definitions and concepts • Recognize current issues in local and global social innovation • Identify and apply a relevant impact framework to social a change initiative

• Complete the 4 required courses (60 hours), 2 of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 semester, up to a maximum of 3 years

 mru.ca/SocialInnovation  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 15 hours

Social Innovation and Changemaking CRN 30723

Online

Feb. 2 – 24

2 classes

Feb. 10, 24

CRN 30962

8:30 a.m. – noon 15 hours

Evaluating Social Innovation Online

Apr. 6 – 28

2 classes

Apr. 14, 28

8:30 a.m. – noon

$389 S $389 S

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Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry Certificate of Completion

 Online

Gain an understanding of the fundamentals of sustainability, including its three pillars ­­­­­­­­­— environment, society and economics — and how the dynamic interaction of these components affects human life and the planet. This program will deliver a high-level overview of sustainability and its three fundamental pillars: environment, society and economics. It will consider sustainability from a systems perspective; particular doci of the program will include stakeholder relations and the energy industry within a strategic sustainability context. Beginning with seminal definitions of sustainable development, we will examine how view and approaches have progressed, what tensions exist and how these approaches and tension affect human life and the planet. Finally, we will consider what an energy futures transition might look like with consideration of balancing risks and rewards. This program is designed to provide professionals literacy in energy and stakeholder relations, as well as the knowledge required to prioritize and effect strategic sustainability in their work and lives. Benefits

Program Format • Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours), 2 of which are offered this semester

 mru.ca/StrategicSustainability  403.440.6861  1.888.392.3655  cebusiness@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry: An Introduction CRN 30964

Online

Online

$349

15 hours

$349

Feb. 6 – Mar. 13

Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry: Society and Engagement CRN 30965

15 hours

Apr. 9 – May 14

M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday

Social and Environmental Prosperity

• Develop a big picture strategic perspective to sustainability • Learn foundational skills and knowledge to help transition into a career in sustainable development • Gain a deeper understanding of sustainability issues and risks, and their business implications

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Teaching and Learning Adult Educator Seminar Series Certificate of Completion

 Classroom | Online

This seminar series is for facilitators of adult learners who want to expand their knowledge of adult learning principles and develop their teaching and training skills in a meaningful way. This dynamic and interactive program will build your strategies and techniques for practical application with adult learners. This excellent professional development program will complement your career in education or training in the workplace. Benefits

Program Format

• Gain the skills to plan, administer and deliver education to adults in the workplace, nonprofit organizations and educational settings • Enhance your skills as a volunteer, educator, trainer or coach • Complement your HR, counselling or staff training knowledge

• Classroom version: complete the 9 required courses and 2 optional courses (33 hours) • Online version: complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

Teaching and Learning

 mru.ca/AdultEducator  403.440.6867  1.888.392.3655  cehealth@mtroyal.ca Courses and Fees 1 class

Jan. 24

CRN 30035

1 class

Jan. 31

Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators 1 class

Feb. 7

1 class

Feb. 28

1 class

Mar. 7

1 class

Mar. 14

Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation CRN 30019

1 class

Apr. 4

1 class

Apr. 11

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours

Culturally Responsive Facilitation CRN 30024

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

3 hours

Conflict Resolution in the Classroom CRN 30044

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

3 hours

Assessing Teaching and Learning CRN 30016

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

3 hours

Classroom Presentation Skills CRN 30033

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours 3 hours

Effective Teaching Techniques CRN 30015

6:30 – 9:30 p.m. 3 hours

Designing Learning Outcomes

CRN 30309

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3 hours

Principles of Adult Learning CRN 30031

1 class

Apr. 18

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

$99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W $99 W

Optional Courses (Choose 2 CRNs) Mind Mapping: Making the Most of Your Mind

3 hours

CRN 30885

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

1 class

Feb. 14

3 hours

Supporting Learners with Disabilities CRN 30671

1 class

Mar. 21

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Designing and Assessing Student Assignments

3 hours

CRN 30887

6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

1 class

Apr. 25

$99 W $99 W $99 W

Courses and Fees – Online Core Concepts of Adult Learning CRN 30108

Online

Skills and Techniques for Adult Learning CRN 30109

Online Online

$379

12 hours

$379

12 hours

$379

Feb. 26 – Mar. 25

Refine and Enhance Instruction for Adult Learning CRN 30573

12 hours Jan. 22 – Feb. 18

Apr. 3 – 29

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“We have to find ways to meet the complexity of the work today’s teachers are faced with.”

C R E A T I N G O P P O R T U N I T I E S I N T H E C L A S S R O O M I N C LU S I V E E D U C AT I O N JOY CHADWICK MRU professor, instructor and curriculum developer The classroom of today is vastly different than that of 20 — or even 10 — years ago. Students with a wide array of abilities, learning styles and backgrounds share the same environment. How is one teacher supposed to provide the individualized education these different learners need? Supporting K-12 teachers and education assistants with the knowledge and tools they need to meet those demands is the driving force behind Mount Royal University’s new Inclusive Education Certificate. “The work is not getting easier. We have to find ways to meet the complexity of the work today’s teachers are faced with. We can’t keep working harder; we have to work smarter and these

courses are a way to do that,” says Joy Chadwick, an MRU professor who is developing some of the certificate’s curriculum. The certificate’s three streams are: English Language Learners; Complex Learners (special needs students and exceptional students); Diversity (LGBTQ, Indigenous awareness/students). Courses will be added over the next two years as the certificate is developed. “Taking these courses opens up opportunities for teachers. It’s about building their confidence and repertoire so that there is that joy in teaching because they have the tools to meet the complexities.”


Inclusive Education Professional Development Courses

 Classroom

In-Service teacher and education assistants can learn strategies to meet the diverse learning needs of students. This program provides a deeper understanding of how to help English Language Learners (ELL) and other exceptional students. Join interactive seminars and courses to learn about the most effective research-based teaching methods and materials. Benefits

Program Format

• Explore effective strategies and best practices for working with students across the spectrum of diversity • Develop competencies in the effective assessment and adaptation of materials • Integrate the experience and knowledge of in-service teachers and education assistants in discussions, projects and assignments

• Choose 6 seminars or intensive 4-day delivery

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Courses and Fees

98

24 hours

Literacy Instruction ELL CRN 30981

6 classes

Jan. 27 – Mar. 10 No class Feb. 17

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

$350 S

Curriculum Development and Instructional Design Extension Certificate

 Online

Advance your skill set and develop practical and theoretical knowledge as an educator while you gain the skills to design and analyze course curriculum in your field of expertise. Apply the principles of instructional design to create a customized project that demonstrates your ability to write effective learning outcome statements, design assessment and instructional strategies, integrate media, and evaluate and revise curriculum. Benefits

Program Format

• Enhance your knowledge of adult learning principles and learning styles and how they relate to educational design • Expand your understanding of instructional strategies and design principles, student assignments, and formative and summative assessment • Plan, create and assess a pilot course with support from the instructor and your peers

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours), five of which are offered this semester • Can be completed within 1 year, up to a maximum of 3 years

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Online

Designing Assessment Strategies CRN 30120

Online

Designing Instructional Strategies (Choose 1 CRN) Online

Jan. 12 – Feb. 11

CRN 30611

Online

Apr. 6 – May 6

Media Trends: Instruct Design Online Online

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

15 hours

$389

Feb. 23 – Mar. 25

Curriculum Template Design CRN 30612

$389

Feb. 23 – Mar. 25

CRN 30151

CRN 30572

15 hours Jan. 12 – Feb. 11

Apr. 6 – May 6

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Education Assistant Certificate

 Application Required I Classroom I Practicum/Field Experience

Begin a rewarding career in the field of education. Our Education Assistant program will give you an opportunity to make a meaningful difference in a child’s life in this growing field. This program will prepare you for the social and educational benefits of working in diverse and inclusive classrooms while you gain real-life experience through supervised K-12 practicum placements. Graduates of our Educational Assistant Certificate will be qualified to seek employment in a variety of sectors, including public schools, private schools, charter schools and other learning institutions. Benefits • Earn a university credential • Experience university life with small classes, expert instructors and a dedicated program team • Connect with employers through HR recruitment presentations • Build the skills to successfully participate in a variety of classroom environments through practicum placements • Develop communication skills that are necessary to connect with students and education professionals.

Program Format • Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 8 months or part-time within 6 years

Teaching and Learning

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Course Index A

B

Academic English.........................................................................68

Basic Sketchup for Interior Decorators......................................... 16

Academic Vocabulary....................................................................68

Best Practices in Contract Management......................................23

A Career in the Floral Industry...................................................... 14

Birth Doula....................................................................................57

Access (Microsoft)..................................................................49, 86

Black and White Photography....................................................... 17

Accounting.................................................. 8, 10, 20, 21, 28, 48, 84

Blogging for Business.......................................................33, 34, 39

Accounting Basics........................................................................20

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector...................................93

Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set........................................20

Brand Reputation Management.............................................32, 38

Accounting Principles for Computers................................. 8, 10, 48

Brand Strategy..............................................................................37

Accounting Software (Certificate of Completion).........................48

Building Customer Relations.......................................... 8, 9, 10, 77

Acrylics.........................................................................................18

Building High Performance Teams.......................................... 73, 76

Acrylic Sampler.............................................................................18

Bunnies and Blooms (Floral Design)............................................. 14

Act Up, Speak Out! (Speech Arts and Drama)............................ 127

Business......................................................................................20

Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders.....................42

Business Administration (Extension Certificate)...........................21

Addiction and the Family..............................................................42

Business Administration, Introduction to.....................................21

Addiction Prevention.....................................................................42

Business Analysis, An Overview of........................................21, 22

Addiction Studies (Extension Certificate).....................................42

Business Analysis (Extension Certificate).....................................22

Addiction Studies: Overview........................................................42

Business Analysis Perspectives....................................................22

Administrative Assistant (Extension Certificate).............................8

Business Case, Develop a............................................................22

Administrative Professionals.......................................................8

Business Liability: Tort Law...........................................................24

Adobe Illustrator.........................................................33, 34, 52, 53

Business of Photography: Starting Out, The................................. 17

Adobe InDesign......................................................................34, 52

Business of Wedding and Social Event Planning, The..................36

Adobe Lightroom.......................................................................... 17

Business Plan Assessment..........................................................26

Adobe Photoshop.......................................................33, 34, 52, 53

Business Process Modeling.........................................................22

Adult Educator Seminar Series (Certificate of Completion)..........96

Business Project, Level 1...................................................8, 50, 86

Advanced Digital Darkroom.....................................................17, 52

Business Project, Level 2...................................................8, 50, 86

Advanced Flight Training............................................................... 19

Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design......34, 52

Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care.....................................59 Advanced LinkedIn for Business......................................33, 34, 39 Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors..................40, 50

C

Advanced Supply Chain Management (Extension Certificate).....31

Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) (Certificate).................................................................84

Advanced Topics in Dementia Care (Extension Certificate)..........59

Canadian Criminal Justice Systems..............................................46

Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating......................................... 16

CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch.........................84, 87

Analytics...............................................................32, 33, 34, 38, 39

CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting..................................84

An Overview of Business Analysis.........................................21, 22

CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting.................................84

Apply Feng Shui: Home Interior...................................................59

CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting.......................84

Art of Leadership, The...................................................... 73, 76, 77

CAPPA Level 5: Case Study..........................................................84

Arts and Design.......................................................................... 12

Career in the Floral Industry, A..................................................... 14

Assessing Teaching and Learning.................................................96

Career Planning and Preparation..................................................91

Aviation....................................................................................... 19

Caring for Families........................................................................57


Caring for Older Adults.................................................................57

Contracts and the Canadian Legal System...................................24

Case Studies in Surface Rights....................................................88

Contracts, Negotiation............................................................23, 30

Change Management Fundamentals...............................21, 73, 75

Core Concepts of Adult Learning..................................................96

Change Management Tools and Resources for HR Professionals: Creating Meaningful and Lasting Change................................ 74

CPR...............................................................................................45

Child and Youth Human Rights (Extension Certificate).................43 Childbirth Educator.......................................................................61 Children’s Mental Health (Extension Certificate)..........................44 Child’s Social and Environmental Conditions, The........................44 Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk......................................26 Classroom Presentation Skills......................................................96

Creative Writing............................................................................ 12 Creative Writing, Level 1............................................................... 12 Creative Writing, Level 2............................................................... 12 Crown Surface Rights...................................................................88 CSS...............................................................................................53 Culturally Responsive Facilitation.................................................96

Client Learning and Transformation...............................................60

Curriculum Development and Instructional Design (Extension Certificate)..............................................................98

Colour and Light (Interior Decorating)........................................... 16

Curriculum Template Design.........................................................98

Comics and Graphic Novels (Extension Certificate)..................... 12

Customer Service Excellence (Certificate of Completion)..............9

Comics and Graphic Novels, Introduction to................................ 12

Cyber Smart, Cyber Safe..............................................................51

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders................... 74

D

Communications and Marketing...............................................32 Community.................................................................................42 Community Investment Professional (Certificate)........................92 Community Paramedicine (Extension Certificate)........................44 Comprehensive Editing: Style, Structure and Design...................38 Computer Essentials (Extension Certificate)................................48 Computers and Technology...........................................................48 Conflict Management............................................. 9, 10, 73, 76, 77 Conflict Resolution.....................................................................55 Conflict Resolution (Extension Certificate)...................................55 Conflict Resolution in the Classroom...........................................96 Conflict Resolution, Introduction to...................................56, 74, 76 Construction Project Administration and Control Systems...........81 Construction Project Management: An Overview........................81 Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills..........................................81

Dealing with Difficult Conversations.............................................56 Dementia Care..............................................................................59 Dementia Care, Advanced Topics in (Extension Certificate).........59 Dementia Care (Certificate of Completion)...................................57 Design and Authoring for Online Media.......................................40 Designing a Community Investment Strategy..............................92 Designing and Assessing Student Assignments..........................96 Designing Assessment Strategies...............................................98 Designing Instructional Strategies................................................98 Designing in WordPress...............................................................54 Designing Learning Outcomes.....................................................96 Develop a Business Case.............................................................22 Developing a Successful Marketing Plan......................................26 Digital Communications (Extension Certificate)...........................32 Digital Content Creation (Extension Certificate)...........................33

Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope..........81

Digital Darkroom, Advanced....................................................17, 52

Construction Project Scheduling...................................................81

Digital Darkroom Basics....................................................17, 34, 52

Content Marketing Strategy.............................................32, 33, 37

Digital Graphic Design (Extension Certificate)..............................52

Contract Acquisitions and Divestitures.........................................89

Digital Graphic Design, Introduction to.........................................33

Contract Development and Signing..............................................23

Digital Marketing Research...........................................................37

Contract Land Systems................................................................89

Digital SLR Cameras, Introduction to........................................... 17

Contract Management and Compliance.......................................23

Discovery Flight............................................................................ 19

Contract Management: Business Law (Extension Certificate).....24

Documentation Project Management..........................................40

Contract Management (Extension Certificate).............................23

Document Layout and Design......................................................40

Contract Management Lifecycle...................................................30

DONA International Birth Doula Training.......................................57

Contract Management Overview.................................................23

Doula............................................................................................57

Contracts....................................................................23, 24, 30, 89

Drawing Comics and Graphic Novels........................................... 12

Contracts and Risk Management.................................................24

Drawing, Introductory...................................................................18


Drawing, Perspective.................................................................... 15

Event Risk Management..............................................................35

Drones..........................................................................................53

Excel (Microsoft).....................................................8, 20, 49, 50, 86

Drugs and the Brain......................................................................42

F

Dynamic Line Designs.................................................................. 14

Facebook for Business.....................................................32, 34, 38

E

Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts........................................22

Editing.............................................................22, 32, 33, 34, 38, 40

Facilities Management AdministratorÂŽ (Professional Designation).. 29

Editing Basics for Technical Documents.......................................40

Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation....................60

Editing Fundamentals.............................................................34, 38

Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces......................................................59

Education Assistant (Certificate)...................................................99

Feng Shui for Work Environments................................................60

Effective Business Writing...................................................... 40, 76

Feng Shui, Introduction to............................................................59

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders............... 11, 76, 92

Feng Shui Practitioner (Certificate of Completion)........................59

Effective Interpersonal Communication.............9, 10, 11, 73, 76, 77

Feng Shui, The Foundations of......................................................59

Effective Leadership............................................................... 21, 74

File Management Basics..............................................8, 49, 51, 86

Effective Teaching Techniques.......................................................96

Film and TV................................................................................... 13

Effective Workplace Communication................................ 30, 75, 76

Film Production Assistant Workshop............................................ 13

Embalmer Certificate....................................................................45

Final Assessment Paper (Project Management)...........................79

Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery (Extension Certificate)..............................................................72

Final Assessment (Project Management).....................................79

Emergency Management and the Fundamentals of Recovery, Principles of..............................................................................72

Financial Accounting Fundamentals...........................20, 21, 28, 84

Employee Engagement.......................................................... 73, 76 Employee Relations................................................................ 73, 76 Employment Assistance...............................................................41 Employment Preparation Program................................................41 English, Academic........................................................................68 English for Health.........................................................................68 English for Nursing.......................................................................68 English for Professional and Advanced Communication...............68 English, Foundational....................................................................68 English Language Full-time Program............................................68 Entrepreneurship (Certificate of Completion)...............................26 Environmental Regulations.....................................................85, 88 Esoteric Feng Shui........................................................................59 Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional (Extension Certificate)................................................................................ 10

Final Cut Pro.................................................................................53

Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers........93 Financial Planning and Management for Small Business.............26 First Aid and CPR Certification.....................................................45 First Degree Reiki.........................................................................66 Floral Design (Certificate of Completion)...................................... 14 Floral Design, Level 1................................................................... 14 Floral Design, Level 2................................................................... 14 Floral Design, Level 3................................................................... 14 Floral Wedding Designs, Level 2................................................... 14 Flowers for a Modern Wedding.................................................... 14 Foundational English.....................................................................68 Foundations of Conflict Resolution...............................................91 Foundations of Conflict Resolution: Assessed.............................91 Foundations of Photography, Level 1................................ 16, 34, 52 Foundations of Photography, Level 2...................................... 16, 52

Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector..........................................93

Foundations of Social Media for Business.........9, 10, 32, 36, 37, 39

Evaluating Social Innovation...................................................92, 94

Foundations of Technical Communication.....................................40

Event Logistics.............................................................................35

Freehold Surface Rights...............................................................88

Event Management (Extension Certificate)..................................35

Fundamentals of Purchasing.........................................................31

Event Management: Final Project................................................35

Fundamentals of Scriptwriting................................................ 12, 13

Event Marketing...........................................................................35

Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy.....................92, 93

Event Planning, Introduction to..........................................9, 35, 36

Funeral Director Certificate...........................................................45

Event Planning, Resource Management for.................................35

Funeral Service Diploma...............................................................45

Event Production..........................................................................35

Funeral Service, Introduction to....................................................45


G Gathering Contract Requirements................................................23 Google Analytics, Introduction to.....................................32, 34, 38 GoPros..........................................................................................53 Grammar and Punctuation Essentials.....................................38, 40 Graphic Design.................................................................33, 34, 52 Graphic Novels............................................................................. 12

H Health..........................................................................................57 Holy Fire II Karuna ReikiÂŽ Master Training....................................66 Home Staging as a Business........................................................ 15 Home Staging (Certificate of Completion).................................... 15 Home Staging, Introduction to..................................................... 15 HTML and CSS.............................................................................53 Human Diversity in Justice...........................................................46 Human Resource Management (Certificate)................................73 Human Resources Basics for Managers.............. 10, 21, 73, 75, 76 Human Resources Information Management (HRIM)..................73

I IELTS Test Preparation..................................................................68 Illustrator 1........................................................................33, 34, 52 Illustrator 2....................................................................................52 Illustrator for the Web...................................................................53 Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management, The....24 Implementing and Sustaining Lean..............................................27 Inclusive Education Professional Development............................98 InDesign 1..............................................................................34, 52 InDesign 2....................................................................................52

Introduction to Comics & Graphic Novels.................................... 12 Introduction to Conflict Resolution....................................56, 74, 76 Introduction to Digital Graphic Design....................................33, 52 Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras............................................ 17 Introduction to Drones and GoPros..............................................53 Introduction to Event Planning...........................................9, 35, 36 Introduction to Feng Shui.............................................................59 Introduction to Funeral Service.....................................................45 Introduction to Google Analytics..................................................32 Introduction to Home Staging...................................................... 15 Introduction to Integrative Health Coaching.................................60 Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 1.................................... 15 Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 2.................................... 15 Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management............31 Introduction to Nonprofit Management........................................93 Introduction to Payroll Management............................................28 Introduction to Physical Distribution.............................................31 Introduction to Reiki.....................................................................66 Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset...........................................................26 Introduction to Supply Chain Management............................21, 30 Introduction to the Petroleum Industry (Extension Certificate)....85 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector...............92, 93 Introduction to WordPress..........................................33, 34, 36, 54 Introductory Computer Courses...................................................51 Introductory Drawing....................................................................18 Introductory Massage Courses....................................................63 Intro to Google Analytics..............................................................38 Inventory and Warehouse Management......................................31 Inventory and Warehousing..........................................................30

Indigenous Canadians and Business......................................85, 90

J

Instagram and Snapchat for Business..............................32, 34, 38

JavaScript and JQuery..................................................................53

Instructional Design, Principles of................................................98 Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC)..............................37 Integrative Healing Practices........................................................60 Integrative Health Coach (Extenion Certificate)............................60 Integrative Health Coaching, Introduction to................................60 Integrative Health Coach Practicum.............................................60

K Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations II: Roles and Responsibilities........................................................93 Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management.............................................................93

Interior Decorating, Advanced Topics in........................................ 16

L

Interior Decorating (Extension Certificate).................................... 15

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator Seminar..........................61

Interiors Past and Present............................................................ 16

Land Agreements...................................................................89, 90

Interviewing Strategies.......................................................... 73, 76

Land Concepts..................................................................85, 88, 90

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom............................... 17

Land Negotiations...................................................................89, 90

Introduction to Business Administration......................................21

Languages...................................................................................68


Law for the Nonprofit Sector........................................................93

Medical Terminology (Extension Certificate).................................63

Leaders.........................................................................................82

Medical Terminology I...................................................................63

Leaders, Culture and Change........................................... 74, 75, 82

Medical Terminology II..................................................................63

Leadership Development (Extension Certificate)......................... 74

Medical Terminology III.................................................................63

Leading and Implementing Change........................................ 10, 75

Meeting Mastery (Certificate of Completion)............................... 11

Leading and Influencing Others.................................................... 74

Mental Health I: Disorders Diagnosed in the Early Years..............44

Leading with Emotional Intelligence....................... 9, 10, 73, 76, 77

Mental Health III: Physiological Needs/ Theories for Intervention..........................................................44

Lean Culture.................................................................................27 Lean Management and Continuous Improvement (Extension Certificate)..............................................................27

Microsoft Access....................................................................49, 86 Microsoft Excel.......................................................8, 20, 49, 50, 86

Lean Principles.............................................................................27

Microsoft Outlook.......................................................49, 50, 51, 86

Lean Tools.....................................................................................27

Microsoft PowerPoint.......................................................49, 50, 86

Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators........................96

Microsoft Project..........................................................................50

Legal Concepts.................................................................85, 88, 90

Microsoft Word.............................................................8, 40, 49, 86

Life into Story............................................................................... 13

Mind Mapping: Making the Most of Your Mind............................96

LinkedIn for Business.......................................................33, 34, 39

Mineral Rights and Regulations Overview...................................90

LinkedIn for Business, Advanced.....................................33, 34, 39

Minimalist Floral Design............................................................... 14

Literacy Instruction English Language Learners (ELL)..................98

MS Access, Level 1................................................................49, 86

Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Introduction to...........31

MS Excel (Certificate of Completion)...........................................50

M

MS Excel, Level 1...................................................8, 20, 49, 50, 86

Mac Basics...................................................................................51 Making Meetings Move............................................... 8, 10, 11, 85 Management and Leadership....................................................72 Management Development (Extension Certificate)..................... 76 Managing and Sustaining Change................................................75 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace (Certificate of Completion).......................................................56 Managing Content for Social Media.................................32, 34, 38 Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources....................................................................26 Marketing and Communications...................................................32

MS Excel, Level 2.........................................................8, 49, 50, 86 MS Excel, Level 3...................................................................49, 50 MS Office Pro (Extension Certificate).....................................49, 50 MS Outlook..................................................................8, 49, 51, 86 MS PowerPoint, Level 1.....................................................8, 49, 86 MS PowerPoint, Level 2...............................................................50 MS Project....................................................................................50 MS Word, Level 1...............................................................8, 49, 86 MS Word, Level 2...............................................................8, 49, 86 MySQL.........................................................................................53

Marketing and Event Skills (Certificate of Completion)................36

N

Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector...............93

Navigating Corporate Culture.................................................85, 87

Marketing and Strategic Communications..................21, 36, 37, 92

Negotiating Contracts.............................................................23, 30

Marketing and Strategic Communications (Certificate of Completion).......................................................37

Negotiating with Integrity.......................................................56, 92

Marketing Plan Development.......................................................26

Neonatal Assessment..................................................................64

Massage Basics, Level 1..............................................................63

Neonatal Critical Moments II........................................................64

Massage Basics, Level 2..............................................................63

Neonatal Development and Homeostasis....................................64

Massage, Introductory Courses...................................................63

Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience...........................................64

Massage Therapy (Diploma)..........................................................61

Neonatal Nursing (Extension Certificate)......................................64

Materials for Surface Finishes...................................................... 16

Nonprofit Management (Extension Certificate)............................93

Materials for Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings............... 16

Nonprofit Management, Introduction to.......................................93

Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance.......................82

Nursing...................................................................................64, 65

Media Trends: Instruct Design......................................................98

Neighbourhood and Community Recovery...................................72


O Oil and Gas..................................................................................84 Oil and Gas Office Administration (Extension Certificate)............85 Oil and Gas Skills for the Administrative Professional (Certificate of Completion).......................................................87

Photoshop for the Web.................................................................53 PHP and MySQL...........................................................................53 Physical Distribution, Introduction to............................................31 Pillars of Management (Certificate of Completion).......................75 Pilot Licence, Private.................................................................... 19

Online Community Engagement......................................32, 34, 39

Plan and Manage Business Analysis Work...................................22

Open Online Courses.................................................................91

Planning and Scheduling...............................................................30

Organizational Change Management (Extension Certificate).......75

PMP速/CAPM速 Exam Boot Camp................................................80

Organizational Effectiveness...................................................21, 73

PMP速 Exam Preparation (Workshops).........................................80

Organizational Training and Development......................... 21, 73, 76

PMP速 Exam Prep Training............................................................80

Outlook (Microsoft).................................................8, 49, 50, 51, 86

Police Studies (Extension Certificate)...........................................46

P

Portrait Photography..................................................................... 17 Post-Disaster Growth and Change...............................................72

Painting with Acrylics, Level 1......................................................18

PowerPoint (Microsoft).....................................................49, 50, 86

Painting with Acrylics, Level 2: A Continuation.............................18

Preparing for Change....................................................................75

Participation Rights: Child and Youth Responsible Citizenship......43

Presenting Your Business Plan......................................................26

Payroll (Certificates)......................................................................28

Principles of Adult Learning..........................................................96

Payroll Compliance Legislation............................................... 28, 74 Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP)..........................................28

Principles of Emergency Management and the Fundamentals of Recovery.......................................................72

Payroll Fundamentals 1.................................................................28

Principles of Instructional Design.................................................98

Payroll Fundamentals 2.................................................................28

Private Pilot Licence (PPL) (Certificate)........................................ 19

Payroll Management, Introduction to...........................................28

Procurement 1..............................................................................30

Performance Management...........................................................77

Procurement 2..............................................................................30

Perinatal Assessment...................................................................65

Professional Design Presentation (Interior Design)...................... 16

Perinatal Critical Moments II........................................................65

Professional Editing (Extension Certificate)..................................38

Perinatal Development and Homeostasis.....................................65

Professional Leadership for Dementia Care.................................59

Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience...........................................65

Professional Management Seminar Series (Certificate of Completion).......................................................77

Perinatal Nursing (Extension Certificate)......................................65 Personal and Family Recovery......................................................72 Personal Fitness Trainer (Diploma)................................................65 Personal Sales Management Strategies.......................................29 Perspective Drawing..................................................................... 15 Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach, The........................85 Petroleum Land Administration: Land Contracts (Extension Certificate)..............................................................89

Professional Practice Competencies for Dementia Care..............59 Professional Sales Fundamentals.................................................29 Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector..........93 Project Management Basics................................................... 10, 77 Project Management Basics for Non-Project Managers...............82 Project Management (Extension Certificate)................................78 Project Management in Construction (Extension Certificate).......81

Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights (Extension Certificate)..............................................................88

Project Management: Leader and Project Resource Management......................................................78, 79

Petroleum Land Business (Extension Certificate).........................90

Project Management: Overview and Integration ................................................................... 21, 76, 78, 79, 85, 87

Photography, Black and White...................................................... 17 Photography (Certificate of Completion)...................................... 16 Photography, Foundations of..................................................34, 52 Photography, Portrait.................................................................... 17 Photography, Sports..................................................................... 17 Photoshop 1.....................................................................33, 34, 52 Photoshop 2.................................................................................52

Project Management Professional Development Seminars (Certificate of Completion).......................................................82 Project Management: Risk and Procurement Management..78, 79 Project Management: Schedule and Cost Management........78, 79 Project Management: Scope and Quality Management.........78, 79 Project Management: Stakeholder and Communication Management......................................................................78, 79


Project Management: The Business of Project Management......79

Social Media for Business, Foundations of........................36, 37, 39

Promotion of CRC: Child and Youth Advocacy..............................43

Social Media, Managing Content for............................................32

Property Law and Contract Management....................................24

Social Media Strategy.......................................................32, 34, 39

Protection Rights: Child and Youth Welfare...................................43

Social Media, Using Video with....................................................33

Provision Rights: Child and Youth Healthy Development..............43

Specify and Model Requirements................................................22

Q

Sports Photography...................................................................... 17

QuickBooks, Level 1...............................................................20, 48

Strategic Business Analysis..........................................................22

QuickBooks Online Software........................................................48

Strategic Innovation......................................................................82

R

Strategic Management (Extension Certificate).............................82

Real Property AdministratorÂŽ (Professional Designation)............29

Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry: An Introduction...................................................................92, 95

Refine and Enhance Instruction for Adult Learning......................96 Reiki (Certificate of Completion)...................................................66 Reiki, Introduction to....................................................................66 Reiki Master.................................................................................66 Relationship Coaching..................................................................60 Relationship Sales Process and Methodology..............................29 Resource Management for Event Planning..................................35 Risk Management and Contracts.................................................24 Role of the Interior Decorator, The................................................ 16

S Sales Development (Certificate of Completion)...........................29 Search Engine Marketing........................................................32, 33 Second Degree Reiki....................................................................66 Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE).......................................67 Shoot Quality Videos....................................................................53 Short-Short Boot Camp: Zero to 500 Words in One Day.............. 13 Simply Accounting, Level 1....................................................20, 48 Simply Accounting, Level 2....................................................20, 48

Story Creation............................................................................... 12

Strategic Planning...................................................................21, 82

Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry (Certificate of Completion).......................................................95 Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry: Society and Engagement.........................................................95 Strategic Thinking for Land Business............................................90 Strategy Execution.......................................................................82 Supply Chain Management, Advanced (Extension Certificate).....31 Supply Chain Management (Extension Certificate)......................30 Supply Chain Management, Introduction to...........................21, 30 Supporting Learners with Disabilities...........................................96 Surface Acquisitions and Divestitures..........................................88 Surface Land Systems..................................................................88 Surface Rights and Regulations Overview...................................90 Systems in Criminal Justice and Child Protective Services..........44

T Taxation Basics.......................................................................20, 26 Teaching and Learning...............................................................96

Sketchbook...................................................................................18

Teaching English as a World Language (Certificate of Completion).......................................................71

Skills and Techniques for Adult Learning.......................................96

Teaching English as a World Language (Course)...........................71

SLR Cameras................................................................................ 17

Technical Communication, Foundations of...................................40

Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset, Introduction to..........................................................................26

Technical Writing (Extension Certificate).......................................40

Snapchat...........................................................................32, 34, 38 Social and Environmental Prosperity.......................................92 Social Event Production and Design.............................................36 Social Innovation and Changemaking.....................................92, 94 Social Innovation (Extension Certificate)......................................94

Technology and e-Procurement....................................................30 The Art of Leadership....................................................... 73, 76, 77 The Business of Photography: Starting Out................................. 17 The Business of Wedding and Social Event Planning...................36 The Child’s Social and Environmental Conditions.........................44

Social Media Analytics and Optimization..........................32, 33, 39

The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part 2........................................................................................29

Social Media Basics (Certificate of Completion)...........................38

The Foundations of Feng Shui......................................................59

Social Media Final Project.............................................................39

The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management....24

Social Media for Business (Extension Certificate)........................39

The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment.................92


The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach.......85, 87, 88, 90 The Role of the Interior Decorator................................................ 16 Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master...................................................66 Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation............................96 Total Compensation......................................................................73 Transitional Vocational Program (TVP)...........................................41 Transportation and Global Supply.................................................30 Tropical Arrangement.................................................................... 14 Twitter for Business..........................................................32, 34, 39

U Understanding Adolescents and Addiction...................................42 Understanding and Using Financial Information...........................20 Understanding Dementia.............................................................57 Understanding Ownership: Property Law and Contract Management.............................................................24 Universal Design Essentials...................................................46, 47 Universal Design (Extension Certificate)......................................46 Universal Design for Physical Spaces (Certificate of Completion).......................................................47 Using Video with Social Media.........................................33, 34, 39

V Video Production (Certificate of Completion)...............................53 Visual Arts.....................................................................................18 Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector, Introduction to..............92, 93

W Web Designer (Extension Certificate)..........................................53 Wedding and Social Event Planner (Certificate of Completion)....36 Windows Basics.....................................................................51, 86 Word (Microsoft).....................................................................49, 86 Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM)............................................37 WordPress (Certificate of Completion).........................................54 WordPress for Business.........................................................33, 54 WordPress, Introduction to.........................................33, 34, 36, 54 Workplace Health and Safety.......................................................73 Writing and Editing for Digital Media..........................32, 33, 38, 40 Writing for Children and Young Adults.......................................... 12 Writing for Publication.................................................................. 12 Writing Life Stories....................................................................... 13 Writing User Guides.....................................................................40

Y YouTube for Business.......................................................33, 34, 39


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