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Winter 2017

Classes and Programs

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At Mount Royal Continuing Education, we offer practical, engaging and flexible programming across all sectors in business, industry, health care, social services and education. We provide you with top-quality learning opportunities in the classroom, online, in the workplace and throughout the community.

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Office Hours

Winter 2017

Regular hours (mid-Aug. ‑ end of June):

(January through April)

Monday to Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm

Registration opens Monday, Nov. 14, 2016 at 8:30 am

Summer hours (July thru mid-Aug.):

Go to mru.ca/ceregister for more info.

Closed weekends and statutory holidays.

How to Register

Monday to Friday, 8:30 am-4 pm

By Mail: Please download and print a registration form from mru.ca/ceregister. Attach the course fee using cheque, money order, or Visa or MasterCard and mail to:

Online Registration:

mru.ca/ceregister

Mount Royal University Continuing Education Registration Services 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, ABT3E 6K6

By Phone: 403.440.3833 Toll-free Registration 1.877.287.8001 Call during office hours (see above). Have your Visa or MasterCard number ready. Your registration will be confirmed over the phone.

In Person: Visit Continuing Education Registration Services during office hours (see above). Interac available. Wickets 9 & 10, Kerby Hall, 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW, Calgary, AB

Please make cheque or money order payable to Mount Royal University ‑ Continuing Education. Sorry, we cannot accept post-dated cheques.

By Fax: 403.440.6743 Please download and print a registration form from mru.ca/ceregister.

Notes: • You can register online up to midnight the day (1 day) before a course commences. (Please register by phone, fax or in person instead on the day of the course.) • Web registration is not available for Block Codes or Gift Certificates. Download the Welcome Guide which includes information on parking, BookStore, campus amenities and other general info.

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Table of Contents Administrative Professionals

Communications and Marketing

Administrative Assistant................................................................................ 6 Customer Service Excellence.........................................................................7 Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional.....................................7 Meeting Mastery........................................................................................... 8

Digital Communications ..........................................................................23 Digital Content Creation...............................................................................24 Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals...................................................... 25 Event Management...................................................................................... 25 Wedding and Social Event Planner............................................................. 26 Marketing and Strategic Communications................................................. 26 Writing and Editing for Business..................................................................27 Professional Editing ......................................................................................27 Public Relations............................................................................................ 28 Social Media Basics..................................................................................... 29 Social Media for Business........................................................................... 29 Technical Writing.......................................................................................... 30

Aviation......................................................................... 8 Arts and Design Bookbinding.................................................................................................... 9 Creative Writing............................................................................................. 9 Feng Shui Practitioner.................................................................................... 9 Film, TV and Media....................................................................................... 10 Floral Design................................................................................................. 10 Home Staging................................................................................................ 11 Interior Decorating........................................................................................ 11 Photography...................................................................................................12 Visual Arts......................................................................................................13 Jewelry...........................................................................................................13

Community Addiction Studies...........................................................................................31 Child and Youth Human Rights.....................................................................31 Children’s Mental Health..............................................................................32 Supporting People with Disabilities in the Community..............................32 Transitional Vocational Program.................................................................. 33 Funeral Service............................................................................................. 34 Police Studies............................................................................................... 34

Business Accounting Basics ........................................................................................14 Business Analysis..........................................................................................15 Business Process Management.................................................................. 16 Contract Management................................................................................. 16 Contract Management: Business Law.........................................................17 Entrepreneurship ......................................................................................... 18 Lean Management and Continuous Improvement..................................... 18 Payroll ........................................................................................................... 19 Real Property Administrator® / Facilities Management Administrator®.................................................... 19 Sales Development....................................................................................... 20 Supply Chain Management ..........................................................................21 Advanced Supply Chain Management........................................................ 22

Computers and Technology Accounting Software .................................................................................. 35 Computer Essentials..................................................................................... 35 MS Office Pro ............................................................................................... 36 Digital Graphic Design..................................................................................37 Introductory.................................................................................................. 38 Mac................................................................................................................ 38 Specialty........................................................................................................ 38 Web Designer............................................................................................... 38 WordPress..................................................................................................... 39 Video Production........................................................................................... 39

Our next Calendar Spring Semester (May - Aug.) Registration opens Mar. 13, 2017

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Conflict Resolution

Management and Leadership

Conflict Resolution........................................................................................ 40 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace................................................... 40

Conservatory.............................................................................40 Health Birth Doula.....................................................................................................41 Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator NEW!...........................................41 Forensics........................................................................................................41 Dementia Care...............................................................................................42 Advanced Dementia Care.............................................................................42 Integrative Health Coach..............................................................................42 Massage Therapy......................................................................................... 43 Medical Terminology.................................................................................... 43 Neonatal Nursing......................................................................................... 44 Perinatal Nursing.......................................................................................... 44 Occupational Health & Safety..................................................................... 45 Personal Fitness Trainer............................................................................... 45 Reiki............................................................................................................... 46 Yoga Therapy................................................................................................ 46

Languages English Language...........................................................................................47 Teaching English as a World Language....................................................... 48 Travel and Teach English.............................................................................. 48

Community Investment Professional.......................................................... 50 Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery...................................... 50 Human Resource Management............................................................... 51 Leadership Development..............................................................................52 Pillars of Management..................................................................................52 Management Development......................................................................... 53 Nonprofit Management............................................................................... 54 Organizational Change Management......................................................... 55 Professional Management Seminar Series................................................ 55 Project Management.................................................................................... 56 PMP® Exam Preparation..............................................................................57 Project Management.....................................................................................57 Project Management in Construction......................................................... 58 Strategic Management................................................................................ 58 Social Innovation.......................................................................................... 59

Oil and Gas Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) Certificate............................. 60 Introduction to the Petroleum Industry....................................................... 60 Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights.........................................61 Petroleum Land Business..............................................................................61 Petroleum Land Contracts........................................................................... 62 Oil and Gas Office Skills for the Administrative Professional................... 62 Oil and Gas Office Administration............................................................... 63

Teaching and Learning Adult Educator Seminar Series.................................................................... 64 Curriculum Development and Instructional Design................................... 65 Education Assistant..................................................................................... 65

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Administrative Professionals Administrative Assistant

Courses and Fees File Management Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Extension Certificate C O

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 handson setting, learn to use the most common MS Office software. Gain competencies that are essential to administrative roles, including communications, customer service and accounting.

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

Program Format

• Complete the 13 required courses plus 2 optional courses. (169, 177 or 185 hours depending on options chosen) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/ adminassistant 403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

6 Hours

$169

CRN 30953 2 classes Jan. 10-12 6:30-9:30 p.m. CRN 30692 1 class Jan. 25 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours MS Outlook Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30080 2 classes Jan. 14-15 9 a.m.-4 p.m. CRN 30684 2 classes Jan. 30-31 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Accounting Principles for Computers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours CRN 30067 2 classes Jan. 7-8 9 a.m.-4 p.m. CRN 30068 2 classes Feb. 25-26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours MS Excel, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30063 2 classes Feb. 1-2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. CRN 30064 2 classes Feb. 11-12 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 18 Hours MS Word, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30062 6 classes Jan. 17-Feb. 2 6:30-9:30 p.m. CRN 30693 3 classes Feb. 6-8 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours MS PowerPoint, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30083 2 classes Feb. 23-24 9 a.m.-4 p.m. CRN 30687 2 classes Apr. 1-2 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours MS Excel, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30065 2 classes Feb. 13-14 9 a.m.-4 p.m. CRN 30066 2 classes Mar. 18-19 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours Business Project, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30152

2 classes

Mar. 20-21

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

CRN 30690 2 classes Apr. 22-23 Building Customer Relations CRN 30455 1 class Apr. 8 Making Meetings Move CRN 31012 Online Mar. 6-Apr. 10 MS Word, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30182 6 classes Feb. 7-23 CRN 30694 3 classes Feb. 27-Mar. 1 Business Project, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30153

T, R W $279 S, U M, T $279 S, U S, U $279 W, R S, U $329 T, R M, T, W $279 R, F S, U $279 M, T S, U $279 M, T

9 a.m.-4 p.m. S, U 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 15 Hours $349 18 Hours 6:30-9:30 p.m. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours

$329 T, R M, T, W $279

2 classes

Mar. 27-28

9 a.m.-4 p.m .

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CRN 30948 2 classes Writing in the Workplace CRN 30452 1 class

Apr. 29-30

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S, U $219 S

Apr. 22

Choose 2 optional courses $249 Introduction to Event Planning Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30132 Online Jan. 9-30 CRN 30102 2 classes Feb. 24-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30145 Online Mar. 6-27 Foundations of Social Media for Business Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours $379 CRN 30729 4 classes Jan. 31-Feb. 9 6-9 p.m. T, R CRN 30845 4 classes Apr. 4-13 6-9 p.m. T, R 7 Hours $219 Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30454 1 class Feb. 25 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 Conflict Management CRN 30453 1 class Apr. 29 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S

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Administrative Professionals Customer Service Excellence

Certificate of Completion C O

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 more efficiently. Earn the trust and respect of others and understand how to diffuse conflict.

Benefits

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

Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional

Extension Certificate C O

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 skills you need to learn or improve.

Benefits

• • • •

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

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/essential

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/customerservice 403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30456 1 class Feb. 4

7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$219 S

Building Customer Relations CRN 30455 1 class

7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$219 S

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30454 1 class Feb. 25

7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$219 S

Conflict Management CRN 30453 1 class

7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$219 S

Apr. 8

Choose 1 optional course

Apr. 29

Courses and Fees Introduction to Event Planning Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30132 Online Jan. 9-30 CRN 30102 2 classes Feb. 24-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30145 Online Mar. 6-27 Foundations of Social Media for Business 15 Hours CRN 30729 4 classes Jan. 31-Feb. 9 6-9 p.m. CRN 30845 4 classes Apr. 4-13 6-9 p.m. Accounting Principles for Computers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours

$379 T, R T, R $279

CRN 30067

2 classes

Jan. 7-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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CRN 30068

2 classes

Feb. 25-26

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

$249 F, S

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Human Resource Basics for Managers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

$420

CRN 30091 2 classes Jan. 14-21 CRN 30092 2 classes Mar. 6-7 CRN 30451 Online Jan. 30-Mar. 3 Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30456 1 class Feb. 4 Project Management Basics CRN 30467 1 class Feb. 24 Building Customer Relations CRN 30455 1 class Apr. 8 Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30454 1 class Feb. 25 Making Meetings Move CRN 31012 Online Mar. 6-Apr. 10 Leading and Implementing Change CRN 30549 2 classes Mar. 10-11 Conflict Management CRN 30453 1 class Apr. 29 Writing in the Workplace CRN 30452 1 class Apr. 22

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

7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $249 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 15 Hours $349 15 Hours $469 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S

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Administrative Professionals Meeting Mastery

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders

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.

CRN 30223

Making Meetings Move CRN 31012 Online

Benefits

Choose 1 optional course

• Build your role as an administrative professional or executive assistant • Gain facilitation skills to ensure your meetings are productive • Earn your certificate of completion

2 classes

Apr. 3-4

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/meetings

1 class

$420

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

M, T

15 Hours

$349

7 Hours

$219

Mar. 6-Apr. 10

Workplace Presentation Skills CRN 30541

15 Hours

Apr. 21

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S

Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30454 1 class Feb. 25

7 Hours 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$219 S

Accounting Software Certificate of Completion See page 35 MS Office Pro Extension Certificate See page 36 Oil and Gas Administration Extension Certificate See page 63 Oil and Gas Skills for the Administrative Professional Certificate of Completion See page 62

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Aviation Ground school: Lincoln Park Campus Flight training: Springbank Airport Private Pilot’s Licence C P

Advanced Flight Training

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

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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, located at the Lincoln Park Campus. Contact the Aviation Dept for details.

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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. $99

conted.mtroyal.ca/aviation information.aviation@mtroyal.ca 403.288.9551 (hangar)

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Fast Track


Arts and Design

Bookbinding Courses C

The craft of bookbinding is the process of physically assembling a book from a number of folded or unfolded sheets of paper or other material and attaching a book cover. Learn fundamental terminology, skills and techniques when working with tools and materials in bookbinding.

conted.mtroyal.ca/bookbinding

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Creative Writing Courses C O

Creative writing emphasizes narrative craft, character development and the use of literary tropes, or with various traditions of poetry and poetics. Develop skills from writing and copyediting, to exploring and writing in various genres, to publishing and promoting written work.

conted.mtroyal.ca/writing

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Feng Shui Practitioner

Courses and Fees Introduction to Bookbinding and Book Arts

3 Hours

CRN 30935

10 a.m.-1 p.m.

1 class

Jan. 28

Accordion Artist Book CRN 30937

1 class

3 Hours Feb. 4

10 a.m.-1 p.m.

$69 +GST S $65 +GST S

Courses and Fees Creative Writing, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30006 8 classes Jan. 11-Mar. 1 CRN 30702 Online Jan. 9-Mar. 6 Creative Writing, Level 2 CRN 30703 9 classes Mar. 8-May 3 (No class Mar. 29) Writing for Publication CRN 30705 1 class Feb. 11 Travel Writing CRN 30126 2 classes Mar. 18-19 Fundamentals of Scriptwriting

6 Hours. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 14 Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 20 Hours

CRN 30704

7-9:30 p.m.

8 classes

20 Hours 7-9:30 p.m.

$259 W

20 Hours 7-9:30 p.m.

$259 W $139+GST S $199+GST S, U $269+GST

Jan. 16-Mar. 13 (No class Feb. 20) Writing for Children and Young Adults CRN 30249 4 classes Feb. 21-Mar. 14 The Basics of Blogging

12 Hours 6:30-9:30 p.m. 9 Hours

$189 +GST T $209+GST

CRN 30468

6:30-9:30 p.m.

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3 classes

Apr. 5-19

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Life into Story

5 Hours

$95 +GST

CRN 30930 1 class Apr. 1 Boot Camp: 500 Words in One Day CRN 30931 1 class Apr. 22

9 a.m.-3 p.m. 5 Hours 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

S $95 +GST S

Certificate of Completion C

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 in this program teach from the BTB Feng Shui tradition.

The Foundations of Feng Shui

Benefits

CRN 30938

• 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

Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses (60 hours) • 100% attendance required • Can be completed within 2 semesters up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/fengshui

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Courses and Fees Introduction to Feng Shui CRN 30052

2 classes 2 classes

12 Hours. Jan. 21-28

12 Hours. Feb. 4-11

Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces CRN 30711

1 class 1 class

Mar. 4

2 classes

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6 Hours

Mar. 11

Applying Feng Shui to Home Interiors CRN 30939

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 6 Hours.

Esoteric Feng Shui CRN 30108

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 8 Hours

$249 S $239 S $149 S $149 S $189

Mar. 18

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

Mar. 22

6-9 p.m.

W

9 Hours

$189

Apr. 1

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

Apr. 5

6-9 p.m.

W

Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation

12 Hours

$239

CRN 30509

Feb. 11

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

Apr. 8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

Feng Shui for Work Environments CRN 30171

2 classes

2 classes

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Arts and Design

Film, TV and Media

Courses and Fees

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Film Production Assistant Workshop

6 Hours

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

CRN 30471

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

1 class

Feb. 4

$129 +GST S

conted.mtroyal.ca/film

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Floral Design

10% Discount if you register for Block Block Code CRN FD123

Certificate of Completion C

$1,221.30

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

Level 1

Mar. 3, 4 & 5

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Level 2

Mar. 10, 11 & 12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Level 3

Mar. 17, 18 & 19

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Benefits

Courses and Fees

• • • •

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

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/floral

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Floral Design, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

CRN 30786

3 classes

Jan. 21-Feb. 4

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

CRN 30073

6 classes

Feb. 24-Feb 9

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30076

3 classes

Mar. 3-5

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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$429 S T, R

Floral Design, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$459

CRN 30788

3 classes

Feb. 11, 12 & 25

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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CRN 30224

6 classes

Feb. 21-Mar. 9

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30127

3 classes

Mar. 10-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Floral Design, Level 3 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$469

CRN 30790

3 classes

Mar. 25, 26 & Apr. 1

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30253

6 classes

Mar. 14-30

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30469

3 classes

Mar. 17-19

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Individual Floral Design courses (not part of Floral Design program) A Career in the Floral Industry CRN 30923

1 class

2.5 Hours Jan. 14

Create Your Own Valentine Floral Arrangements

2.5 Hours

CRN 30340

6-8:30 p.m.

1 class

Feb. 8

1 class

Apr. 10

Easter Blooms

1 class

Apr. 23

CRN 30470

3 classes

Apr. 12, 19 & 26

Online

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Blended

$229+GST

6:30-9:30 p.m.

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3 Hours 1 class

Apr. 30

1 class

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Hybrid

$89+GST

9 a.m.-noon

Fairy Garden Terrarium

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9 Hours

Trio of Terrariums

Classroom

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9 a.m.- 4 p.m.

Decorating with Flowers

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$85 +GST

6 Hours

CRN 30924

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6:30-9 p.m.

Floral Therapy

CRN 30925

S $75 +GST

2.5 Hours

CRN 30128

CRN 30706

$49 +GST

9-11:30 a.m.

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1.5 Hours Apr. 30

W Webinars

$59+GST

12:30-2 p.m.

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Arts and Design

Home Staging

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Introduction to Home Staging

Acquire the necessary skills to help clients stage their home to optimize their sales prospects. Apply the principals of “staging to live” even if you are not thinking of selling your home.

CRN 30397

2 classes

6 Hours Mar. 4-5

Home Staging as a Business CRN 30507

4 classes

$159

9 a.m.-noon

S, U

22.5 Hours

$369

Mar. 9

5-9:30 p.m.

Mar. 10-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R F, S, U

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/home

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Courses and Fees (Recommended order) Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below15 Hours CRN 30395

6 classes

Jan. 10-Feb. 14

CRN 30396

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 27

Extension Certificate C O

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.

Benefits

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

6 classes

Feb. 28-Apr. 4

CRN 30474

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 24

Interiors Past and Present CRN 30338

6 classes

conted.mtroyal.ca/interiordecor

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

7-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

Mar. 22-Apr. 26

Colour and Light in Interior Decorating

7-9:30 p.m.

T $229 W

15 Hours

$229

Perspective Drawing Choose 1 of the CRNs below

20 Hours

$259

CRN 30072

8 classes

Jan. 12-Mar. 2

7-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30927

Online

Mar. 6-May 1

Online

Jan. 9-Feb. 21

Materials for Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings

15 Hours

CRN 30077

7-9:30 p.m.

6 classes

Jan. 10-Feb. 14

Materials for Surface Finishes CRN 30079

6 classes

15 Hours Feb. 28-Apr. 4

Role of the Interior Decorator CRN 30473

6 classes

$229 T $229

7-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

Jan. 18-Feb. 22

R

7-9:30 p.m.

T $229 W

Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating

20 Hours

CRN 31022

8 classes

Jan. 19-Mar. 9

7-9:30 p.m.

R

CRN 30203

8 classes

Mar. 8-Apr. 26

7-9:30 p.m.

W

CRN 30475

Online

Feb. 27-Apr. 24

$265

Individual Interior Decorating courses (not part of Interior Decorating Extension Certificate) Accessorizing the Home CRN 30707

5 classes

Program Format

• Complete the 9 required courses (145 hours) • Can be completed within 2 years up to a maximum of 4 years • Take courses in the recommended order (see schedule) to receive the most benefit from each course

T

Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $229 CRN 30472

CRN 30339

Interior Decorating

$229

7-9:30 p.m.

12.5 Hours Feb. 11-Mar. 18

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

$199+GST S

(No class Feb. 18) Digital Design in 3D for Interior Decorators

20 Hours

CRN 30476

6:30-9:30 p.m.

2 classes

Feb. 1-8

Advanced Digital Design in 3D CRN 30708

8 classes

20 Hours

5 classes

W $249+GST

Feb. 22-Mar. 22

7-9:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 11-25

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

Kitchens and Bathrooms CRN 30926

$249+GST

Feb. 6-Mar. 13

12.5 Hours

$199+GST

7-9:30 p.m.

M

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Arts and Design

Photography

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C P

Foundations of Photography, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 20 Hours

$299

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

CRN 30007

M, W

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses plus 2 optional courses (75 hours minimum) • Can be completed within 2 semesters up to a maximum of 2 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/photography

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

8 classes

Jan. 25-Feb. 22

7-9:30 p.m.

(No class Feb. 20) CRN 30186

8 classes

Jan. 28-Feb. 25

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

Jan. 31-Feb. 21

7-9:30 p.m.

T

(No class Feb. 18) Foundations of Photography, Level 2 CRN 30225

8 classes

$299

20 Hours

Mar. 1-22

7-9:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 4-25

10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

Digital Darkroom Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

$279

CRN 30200

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T, R

15 Hours

$279

5 classes

Mar. 2-16

OR Advanced Digital Darkroom CRN 30343

3 classes

Apr. 2-23

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

U

(No class Apr. 16) Choose a minimum of 2 optional courses Black and White Photography CRN 30928

4 classes

10 Hours

$279

Mar. 3-10

7-9 p.m.

F

Mar. 4

1-4 p.m.

S

Mar. 6

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M

Sports Photography CRN 30929

7 classes

Mar. 17

14 Hours

$229

7-9 p.m.

F

Mar. 18-Apr. 1 (Various sporting events) Mar. 20

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M

Apr. 7

6:30-9:30 p.m.

F

Apr. 13

7-9 p.m.

R

10 Hours

$279

Apr. 21-27

7-9 p.m.

R, F

Apr. 22

10 a.m.-1 p.m.

S

Apr. 24

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M

Portrait Photography CRN 30201

4 classes

Individual Photography courses (not part of Photography Certificate of Completion) Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras Choose 1 of the CRNs below 6 Hours

12

C

Classroom

O

$129+GST

CRN 30162

1 class

Jan. 14

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

CRN 30163

1 class

Apr. 22

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

The Business of Photography: Starting Out

8 Hours

$139 +GST

CRN 30342

Apr. 6-11

7-9 p.m.

T, R

Apr. 8

9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

3 classes

Using Creative Lighting: Canon Speedlite Flash

6 Hours

CRN 30248

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

1 class

Mar. 12

U $199+GST U

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

4 Hours

CRN 30784

10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Online

B

Blended

1 class

H

Hybrid

Jan. 29

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

$119+GST

F

U

Fast Track


Arts and Design

Visual Arts

Courses and Fees Painting with Acrylics, Level 1

Courses C

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 welcome.

CRN 30341

conted.mtroyal.ca/visualarts

CRN 30221

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

6 classes

18 Hours Feb. 25-Apr. 1

9 a.m.-12 noon

Feb. 7-Mar. 28

7-9:30 p.m.

Painting with Watercolours CRN 30933

8 classes

1 class

Jan. 18-Mar. 8

7-9:30 p.m.

Jan. 14

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Jewelry

W $60 +GST S

4 Hours 1 class

Feb. 11

Sketchbook CRN 31023

T $219+GST

4 Hours

Acrylic Sampler CRN 30932

$219 +GST

20 Hours

Watercolour Sampler CRN 30936

S

20 Hours

Drawing, Introductory 8 classes

$207+GST

$69 +GST

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

S

8 Hours 2 Classes

Mar. 18 & 19

9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Apr. 22

10 a.m.-1 p.m.

$79+GST S, U

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Make Your Own Mala Braclet

conted.mtroyal.ca/jewelry

CRN 30934

1 class

3 Hours.

$69 +GST S

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Business

Accounting Basics

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C

Financial Accounting Fundamentals

Gain a foundational knowledge of accounting principles including accounting theory, handson 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.

CRN 30855

12 classes

36 Hours

Jan. 26-Apr. 13

Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set CRN 30963

5 classes

$549

6-9:15 p.m.

R

12 Hours.

$249

Feb. 25

9-11 a.m.

S

Mar. 4-18

9 a.m.-noon

S

Mar. 25

9-10 a.m.

S

MS Excel, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30063

2 classes

Feb. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

W, R

CRN 30064

2 classes

Feb. 11-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

Simply Accounting, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$329

CRN 30069

3 classes

Jan. 20-22

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

CRN 30070

3 classes

Mar. 3-5

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

Benefits

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

Program Format

• Complete 2 required courses and 2 options (total 78-84 hours) • Can be completed in 2 semesters up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/accounting 403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Choose 2 optional courses

Simply Accounting, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

CRN 30085

3 classes

Jan. 27-29

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

CRN 30086

3 classes

Mar. 10-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

QuickBooks, Level 1 CRN 30180

$329

18 Hours

3 classes

Feb. 3-5

$329

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

DON’T DELAY Register Now!

If you wait until the last minute to register for a course, the enrolment limit may already have been reached or the course may have been cancelled due to low registration.

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O

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B

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H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Business

Business Analysis

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C O

An Overview of Business Analysis Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

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.

CRN 30742

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 13

CRN 30743

2 classes

Jan. 27-28

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

CRN 30744

2 classes

Mar. 10-11

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

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.

Specify and Model Requirements Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30746

3 classes

Feb. 9-11

CRN 30747

Online

Mar. 20-Apr. 24

Business Process Modeling Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30431

Online

Feb. 6-Mar. 6

CRN 30432

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

Strategic Business Analysis Choose 1 of the CRNs below

$549 F, S F, S $749

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. R, F, S 15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

$549 F, S $549

CRN 30748

2 classes

Feb. 3-4

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

F, S

CRN 30749

2 classes

Mar. 17-18

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

F, S

Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

$549

CRN 30751

2 classes

Mar. 24-25

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

F, S

CRN 30752

2 classes

Apr. 28-29

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

F, S

Plan and Manage Business Analysis Work Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $549

Mount Royal University Faculty of Continuing Education and Extension is proud to be an Endorsed Educational Provider (EEP™) of the IIBA®.

CRN 30750

2 classes

Feb. 24-25

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

F, S

CRN 30964

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

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

F, S

Develop a Business Case Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

Benefits

CRN 30433

2 classes

Apr. 21-22

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

CRN 30434

Online

Feb. 6-Mar. 6

• 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

Business Analysis Perspectives Choose 1 of the CRNs below 7 Hours CRN 30753

1 class

Apr. 29

CRN 30754

Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 20

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

$549 F, S $349 S

Program Format

• Complete the 8 required courses (118 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/ businessanalysis

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

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Business

Business Process Management

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in business process management • Learn to facilitate process improvement in your organization • Enhance your skills as a functional or project manager, business analyst or process owner • Complement your knowledge as a business analyst or systems analyst

Extension Certificate C

The business process professional is a new and growing role in today’s competitive and rapidly changing business world. Acquire and refine the skills you need to help organizations analyze, design, implement and measure business processes. Learn the principles of business process management (BPM) by analyzing tools and techniques to optimize business processes and apply them to real-world situations.

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (82.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/businessprocess

403.440.5069 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Introduction to Business Process Management CRN 30557

Gain foundational knowledge of process management and development, including how to implement improvements and facilitate change, as well as understanding process compliance and risk management.

1 class

Jan. 28

2 classes

Feb. 10-11

2 classes

S

15 Hours

$469

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

Business Process Improvement CRN 30559

$329

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

Business Process Modeling and Analysis CRN 30558

7.5 Hours

F, S

15 Hours Mar. 10-11

$469

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

F, S

The Role of Technology in the Business Process Environment 15 Hours CRN 30590

2 classes

Mar. 24-25

$469

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

F, S

Facilitating and Managing Change in a BPM Environment 15 Hours

Contract Management

CRN 30560

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

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

Extension Certificate C O

Strategies and Best Practices in Business Process Management 15 Hours

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.

CRN 30591

2 classes

$469

Apr. 28-29

F, S $469

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

F, S

Courses and Fees Contract Management Overview Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

This program is eligible towards Gold Seal Certification.

CRN 30207

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 13

CRN 30376

2 classes

Feb. 3-4

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

Gathering Contract Requirements CRN 30241

2 classes

Benefits

Program Format

F, S

15 Hours Feb. 24-25

$489

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

Negotiating Contracts Choose 1 of the CRNs below

• 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

$489

CRN 30220

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 10

CRN 30242

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

F, S

15 Hours

$489

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

F, S

Contract Development and Signing Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30353

2 classes

Feb. 10-11

CRN 30204

Online

Mar. 20-Apr. 18

$489

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

F, S

Contract Management and Compliance Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Classroom version can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 5 years • Online version can be completed within 2 semesters up to a maximum of 5 years

CRN 30205

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

CRN 30354

2 classes

Mar. 10-11

$489

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

F, S

Best Practices in Contract Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30206

Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 27

CRN 30352

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

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

$489 F, S

conted.mtroyal.ca/contract

403.440.5069 or 1.888.392.3655

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Classroom

O

Online

B

Blended

H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Business

Contract Management: Business Law Extension Certificate C O

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 Gold Seal Certification.

Courses and Fees Contracts and the Canadian Legal System Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $489 CRN 30958

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

CRN 30266

2 classes

Feb. 24-25

15 Hours

CRN 30437

2 classes

Jan. 27-28

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

CRN 30959

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 10

Contracts and Risk Management CRN 30355

2 classes

15 Hours Mar. 24-25

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

The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management 15 Hours CRN 30438

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

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

F, S $489 F, S $489 F, S $489 F, S

Understanding Ownership: Property Law and Contract Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Benefits

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

Business Liability: Tort Law Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30356

2 classes

Mar. 31-Apr. 1

CRN 30957

Online

Apr. 3-May 1

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

$489 F, S

• 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

Program Format

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

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Business

Entrepreneurship

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset

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.

Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Have the 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.

CRN 30172

7 Hours

CRN 30096

1 class

Jan. 21

CRN 30785

1 class

Mar. 11

S

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Develop a Successful Marketing Plan 2 classes

$189

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

S

14 Hours

Feb. 3-4

$319

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

F, S

Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk

7 Hours

$189

CRN 30097

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

1 class

Feb. 11

S

Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources 7 Hours$189 CRN 30098

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

1 class

Feb. 25

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Financial Planning and Management for Small Business CRN 30173

Benefits

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

Presenting Your Business Plan

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

CRN 30099

1 class

Mar. 18

S

14 Hours

$319

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

F, S

7 Hours

$189

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

S

Optional Course

Program Format

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

Business Plan Assessment

20 Hours

CRN 30174

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

Independent Study

$249+GST

This course is not required for your Entrepreneurship Certificate of Completion.

conted.mtroyal.ca/smallbusiness

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

Lean Management and Continuous Improvement

Courses and Fees Lean Principles CRN 30552

Extension Certificate C

15 Hours 2 classes

Feb. 10-11

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

2 classes

Mar. 17-18

Lean Tools

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

CRN 30561

15 Hours

Benefits

• 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

15 Hours

Implementing and Sustaining Lean

15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Mar. 31-Apr. 1

F, S $469

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

CRN 30554

2 classes

F, S $469

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

Lean Culture CRN 30553

$469

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

F, S $469 F, S

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/lean

403.440.5069 or 1.888.392.3655

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O

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B

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H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Business

Payroll

Certifications C

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.

Courses and Fees Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP)* – must be taken in this order Payroll Compliance Legislation CRN 30199

13 classes

39 Hour Mar. 7-May 30

Payroll Fundamentals 1 CRN 30114

14 classes

$495**

6:15-9:15 p.m. 42 Hours

T $495**

Feb. 27-May 29

6:15-9:15 p.m.

M

Apr. 18

6:15-9:15 p.m.

T

May 23

6:15-9:15 p.m.

T

No classes Apr. 17 & May 22 *Accounting prerequisite

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• Each program can be completed within 12 to 18 months. Visit www.payroll.ca for requirements and complete details on earning the PCP and CPM certifications

conted.mtroyal.ca/payroll

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Real Property Administrator® / Facilities Management Administrator® Professional Designations C

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.

Financial Accounting Fundamentals

36 Hours

CRN 30855

12 classes

Jan. 26-Apr. 13

6-9:15 p.m.

CRN 30963

5 classes

Feb. 25

9-11 a.m.

S

Mar. 4-18

9 a.m.-12 noon

S

Mar. 25 Payroll Fundamentals 2 CRN 30115

14 classes

Mar. 7-Jun. 6

$549 R

9-10 a.m.

S

42 Hours

$495**

6:15-9:15 p.m.

T

Certified Payroll Manager (CPM*) must be taken in order Introduction to Payroll Management

39 Hours

$575**

36 Hours

$575**

Offered in Fall 2017 Applied Payroll Management CRN 30965

12 classes

Mar. 14-May 30

6:15-9:15 p.m.

T

*See website for prerequisites and information on additional compulsory courses required for certification. **Additional CPA registration and fees apply. See website for complete details.

Program Format

Benefits

• 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

conted.mtroyal.ca/rpa

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees ‑ Courses offered at MRU* Law and Risk Management CRN 30873

3 classes

Mar. 2-4

24 Hours

$1389

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

R, F, S

*Additional courses required to earn your designation are offered only through BOMI Canada. bomicanada.com

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Business

Sales Development

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C F

Relationship Sales Process and Methodology

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.

CRN 30087

Benefits

Professional Sales Fundamentals

3 classes

21 Hours

$410

Feb. 24-25

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

F, S

Mar. 4

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S

Personal Sales Management Strategies

21 Hours

$410

CRN 30122

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

F, S

3 classes

Mar. 17-18 Mar. 25

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

CRN 30034

2 classes

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 15 Hours

Feb. 3-4

S $329

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

F, S

Program Completion

• Complete the 3 required courses (57 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years • Fast track format available in the summer: complete your certificate in only 1 week

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You’ve got to let your fears go and take the next steps. When you meet Kofi Wiafe in the office or on the basketball court, it’s clear that the success he’s had has all been on his own terms. A self-driven individual, Kofi was feeling trapped in a decade-long comfort job in manufacturing. He explains, “I didn’t want to get stuck in a position where there was no growth and no opportunity.” So, he went to his manager with five words, “How can I move up?” His manager suggested the Supply Chain Management program at MRU Continuing Education. He completed his certification, while working full-time, in just two years. His reason was his drive, “I wanted to keep the information fresh in my mind.”

Kofi was offered a job at TransCanada Pipelines. He traded in his manufacturing t-shirt and lab coat for a suit and now occupies an office in downtown Calgary. And the rewards? “Financial benefit.” He sites first. “There’s no worrying about if I’m in the right position or if I’m making enough money to take care of my family today, tomorrow and ten years down the road.” To others contemplating taking a big risk to break through their own personal ceiling, he has this simple advice, “You’ve got to let your fears go – and take the shot.”

“I figured if I could get into the oil and gas industry at the time where it’s down and be able to ride the wave, then in the upswing,” he planned, ”I’d be there for years and years ahead.”

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Business

Supply Chain Management

Extension Certificate C O F 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. Classroom and online courses can be chosen interchangeably throughout the program.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

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

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Supply Chain Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30055 Online Jan. 23-Feb. 27 CRN 30243 4 classes Jan. 17-24 6:30-9:30 p.m. Jan. 21-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30244 4 classes Mar. 7-14 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mar. 11-18 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Procurement 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30142 4 classes Jan. 31-Feb. 7 6:30-9:30 p.m. Feb. 4-11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30381 Online Feb. 27-Apr. 3 Inventory and Warehousing Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30954 Online Jan. 30-Mar. 6 CRN 30275 4 classes Mar. 7-14 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mar. 11-18 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Planning and Scheduling Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30680 4 classes Mar. 21-28 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mar. 25-Apr. 1 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30955 Online Mar. 27-May 1 Procurement 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30511 4 classes Feb. 28-Mar. 7 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mar. 4-11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30513 Online Mar. 27-May 1 Technology and e-Procurement Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30246 4 classes Apr. 18-25 6:30-9:30 p.m. Apr. 22-29 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30380 Online Mar. 20-Apr. 24 Contract Management Lifecycle Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30597 Online Mar. 6-Apr. 10 CRN 30598

4 classes

Jan. 31-Feb. 6

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Feb. 4-11

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

Transportation and Global Supply Choose 1 of the CRNs below 21 Hours CRN 30600

Online

Jan. 30-Mar. 6

CRN 30601

4 classes

Apr. 18-25

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Apr. 22-29

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

$459 T S T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S $459 T S

Effective Workplace Communication Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

$420

CRN 30090

2 classes

Feb. 2-3

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

R, F

CRN 30053

2 classes

Feb. 11-25

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

S

CRN 30978

2 classes

Feb. 13-14

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

M, T

CRN 30363

Online

Feb. 17-Mar. 23

CRN 30328

2 classes

Mar. 11-18

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

S

CRN 30621

2 classes

Mar. 31-Apr. 1

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

F, S

Negotiating Contracts Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30242

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

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

CRN 30220

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 10

$489 F, S

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Business

Advanced Supply Chain Management

Transfer Credit

Extension Certificate O

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.

May be eligible for transfer credit into: • Supply Chain Management Professional (SCMP) • CITT ‑ 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) • Can be completed within 1.5 years up to a maximum of 4 years

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management 39 Hours

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

CRN 30956

Online

Jan. 16-Mar. 27

Introduction to Physical Distribution CRN 30534

Online Online Online

$799

39 Hours

$799

39 Hours

$799

Feb. 6-Apr. 18

Inventory and Warehouse Management CRN 30536

39 Hours

Jan. 16-Mar. 27

Fundamentals of Purchasing CRN 30533

$799

Feb. 6-Apr. 18

DON’T DELAY Register Now!

If you wait until the last minute to register for a course, the enrolment limit may already have been reached or the course may have been cancelled due to low registration.

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Communications and Marketing Digital Communications Extension Certificate C O

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

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• 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

conted.mtroyal.ca/digital

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Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours $379 CRN 30729 4 classes Jan. 31-Feb. 9 6-9 p.m. T, R CRN 30845 4 classes Apr. 4-13 6-9 p.m. T, R 15 Hours $319 Search Engine Marketing (SEM) CRN 30740 2 classes Feb. 25-26 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S, U 15 Hours $409 Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30518 Online Feb. 27-Mar. 20 Choose 45 hours of optional courses 24 Hours $459 Illustrator 1 CRN 30347 4 classes Jan. 7-28 9 a.m.-4 p.m. S 24 Hours $459 Social Media for Public Relations Not offered this semester 24 Hours $459 Photoshop 1 CRN 30348 8 classes Jan. 3-26 6-9 p.m. T, R 3 Hours $115 Brand Reputation Management CRN 30735 1 class Feb. 22 6-9 p.m. W 15 Hours $409 Social Media Strategy CRN 30730 5 classes Feb. 16-Mar. 2 6-9 p.m. T, R 3 Hours $115 Facebook for Business CRN 30725 1 class Feb. 8 6-9 p.m. W 3 Hours $115 Managing Content for Social Media CRN 30982 1 class Feb. 1 6-9 p.m. W 3 Hours $115 LinkedIn for Business CRN 30727 1 class Apr. 3 6-9 p.m. M $379 Online Community Engagement Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours CRN 30733 4 classes Mar. 7-16 6-9 p.m. T, R CRN 30912

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

5 Hours $149 Blogging for Business CRN 30726 1 class Jan. 22 9 a.m.-3 p.m. U 12 Hours $239 Introduction to WordPress Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30726 1 class Jan. 22 9 a.m.-3 p.m. U CRN 31005 2 classes Mar. 25-26 9 a.m.-4 p.m. S, U Social Media Analytics and Optimization Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours $379 CRN 30734 4 classes CRN 30913 Online Social Media Advertising CRN 30732 1 class WordPress for Business CRN 30443 2 classes Twitter for Business CRN 30728 1 class Using Video with Social Media Not offered this semester Content Marketing Strategy Not offered this semester YouTube for Business Not offered this semester

Mar. 21-30 Mar. 13-Apr. 9 Apr. 26 Apr. 22-23 Mar. 22

6-9 p.m.

T, R

3 Hours 6-9 p.m. 12 Hours 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 3 Hours 6-9 p.m. 3 Hours

$115 W $239 S, U $115 W $115

15 Hours

$409

3 Hours

$115

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Communications and Marketing Digital Content Creation Extension Certificate C O

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. Acquire practical, in-demand skills for developing a content strategy and writing, editing and delivering interesting content to attract and engage audiences.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses plus 30 hours of optional courses (90-93 hours) • Can be completed within 2 semesters up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/content

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655 Continued on next page.

Courses and Fees 18 Hours Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 30683 6 classes Jan. 9-25 6-9 p.m. 3 Hours Managing Content for Social Media CRN 30982 1 class Feb. 1 6-9 p.m. Choose either: Social Media Analytics and Optimization Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours CRN 30734 4 classes Mar. 21-30 6-9 p.m. CRN 30913 Online Mar. 13-Apr. 9 or 15 Hours Search Engine Marketing (SEM) CRN 30740 2 classes Feb. 25-26 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30518 Online Feb. 27-Mar. 20 15 Hours Content Marketing Strategy Not offered this semester Choose 30 hours of optional courses 24 Hours Illustrator 1 CRN 30347 4 classes Jan. 7-28 9 a.m.-4 p.m. S 15 Hours Social Media for Public Relations Not offered this semester 15 Hours Editing Fundamentals CRN 30384 5 classes Jan. 10-Feb. 7 6-9 p.m. 24 Hours Photoshop 1 CRN 30348 8 classes Jan. 3-26 6-9 p.m. Foundations of Photography, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 20 Hours CRN 30007 8 classes Jan. 25-Feb. 22 7-9:30 p.m. CRN 30186 8 classes Jan. 28-Feb. 25 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Jan. 31-Feb. 21 7-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours InDesign 1 CRN 30349 2 classes Feb. 5-12 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Social Media Strategy CRN 30730 5 classes Feb. 16-Mar. 2 6-9 p.m. 3 Hours Facebook for Business CRN 30725 1 class Feb. 8 6-9 p.m. 15 Hours Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 30200 5 classes Mar. 2-16 6:30-9:30 p.m. 20 Hours Copyediting and Proofreading CRN 30385 5 classes Feb. 25-Mar. 4 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Feb. 28-Mar. 7 6:30-9:30 p.m. Mar. 11 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 3 Hours LinkedIn for Business CRN 30727 1 class Apr. 3 6-9 p.m Online Community Engagement Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours CRN 30733 4 classes Mar. 7-16 6-9 p.m. CRN 30912

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$379 T, R

$319 S, U $409 $409

$459 $389 $409 T $459 T, R $299 M, W S T $309 U $409 T, R $115 W $279 T, R $439 S T U $115 $379 T, R

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

Blogging for Business CRN 30726 1 class Jan. 22 Introduction to WordPress Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30446 2 classes Mar. 11-12 CRN 31005 2 classes Mar. 25-26

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W Webinars

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5 Hours 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 12 Hours 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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$149 U $239 S, U S, U

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Communications and Marketing Digital Content Creation Extension Certificate C O Continued from page 24.

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Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals Certificate of Completion C

This three part series enables you to gain valuable tools and skills to enhance your confidence and clarity when speaking in English. Refining your pronunciation, realize the potential of your voice and develop strategies and awareness to communicate effectively.

Event Management Extension Certificate C O

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

• 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

Choose 30 hours of optional courses continued Twitter for Business CRN 30728 1 class Mar. 22 Using Video with Social Media Not offered this semester Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design CRN 30346 6 classes Mar. 21-Apr. 6 Youtube for Business Not offered this semester

Benefits

• Develop and practice correct intonation and thought gaps • Develop and practice pronunciation strategies to be better understood by others • Create a more thoughtful and organized manner of speaking effectively

Program Format

$115 W $115

18 Hours 6-9 p.m. 3 Hours

$299 T, R $115

Program Delivery

• Complete the 3 required courses (18 hours) • The program can be completed in 1 semester with a maximum of 2 years to complete

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Courses and Fees Refining Your Pronunciation Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30904 1 class Jan. 11-Feb. 4 CRN 30905 1 class Mar. 8 Finding Your Voice Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30906 2 classes Jan. 18-25 CRN 30907 2 classes Mar. 15-22 Delivering Your Message Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30902 2 classes Jan. 28-Feb. 4 CRN 30903 2 classes Mar. 25 Apr. 1

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

3 Hours 6-9 p.m. 3 Hours

3 Hours 6:30-9:30 p.m. 6:30-9:30 p.m. 6 Hours 6:30-9:30 p.m. 6:30-9:30 p.m. 9 Hours 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

$89 W W $189 W W $279 S S S

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Courses and Fees ‑ complete in this order Introduction to Event Planning Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30132 Online Jan. 9-30 CRN 30102 2 classes Feb. 24-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30145 Online Mar. 6-27 30 Hours Resource Management for Event Planning CRN 30146 Online Feb. 6-Mar. 13 30 Hours Event Logistics CRN 30123 Online Mar. 13-Apr. 18 30 Hours Event Risk Management CRN 30124 Online Jan. 9-Feb. 13 30 Hours Event Marketing CRN 30125 Online Feb. 6-Mar. 13 30 Hours Event Production CRN 30036 Online Mar. 6-Apr. 10 Event Management: Final Project Choose 1 of the CRNs below 9 Hours CRN 30057 Online Jan. 16-Feb. 6 CRN 30217 Online Apr. 10-May 1

$249 F, S $375 $375 $375 $375 $375 $315

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Communications and Marketing Wedding and Social Event Planner

Program Format

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

Certificate of Completion C O

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.

Courses and Fees

Benefits

• 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

Marketing and Strategic Communications

Introduction to Event Planning Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30132 Online Jan. 9-30 CRN 30102 2 classes Feb. 24-25 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. CRN 30145 Online Mar. 6-27

$249

The Business of Wedding and Social Event Planning

15 Hours

$249

CRN 30583

8:30 a.m.–5 p.m.

2 classes

Mar. 03-4

Social Event Production and Design

15 Hours

CRN 30584

8:30a.m. – 5 p.m.

2 classes

Mar. 10-11

F, S

F, S $249 F, S

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C

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.

Foundations of Social Media for Business

12 Hours

$379

CRN 30729

4 classes

Jan. 31-Feb. 9

6-9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30845

4 classes

Apr. 4-13

Marketing and Strategic Communications CRN 30449

5 classes

Mar. 13-27

Brand Strategy CRN 30448

Benefits

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

Program Format

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5 classes

Mar. 29-Apr. 12

6-9 p.m.

T, R

15 Hours

$409

6-9 p.m.

M, W

15 Hours

$409

6-9 p.m.

M, W

Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) CRN 30870 5 classes Apr. 19-May 3 Digital Marketing Research CRN 30445 5 classes Feb. 1-15 Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM)

15 Hours 6-9 p.m. 15 Hours 6-9 p.m. 15 Hours

$409 M, W $409 M, W $409

CRN 30869 5 classes Content Marketing Strategy Not offered this semester

6-9 p.m. 15 Hours

M, W $409

Feb. 22-Mar. 8

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/marketing

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

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Communications and Marketing Writing and Editing for Business

Certificate of Completion C

Whether you are asked to write for the workplace, or just exploring creative writing aspirations, having the ability to deliver clear, concise material will save endless rewrite hours. Revisit the basics of grammar, different writing styles and how to organize your thoughts for more effective writing.

Benefits

• Increase your marketability in the workplace. • Update your knowledge of grammar and punctuation pitfalls • Learn more about the professional editing industry

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (45 hours) • Program can be completed in 1 semester with a maximum of 2 years to complete

conted.mtroyal.ca/writingediting 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Grammar and Punctuation Essentials Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours 3 classes

Jan. 21-Feb. 4

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

S

CRN 30908

3 classes

Mar. 25-Apr. 8

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 15 Hours

S $409

Mar. 10

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

F

Mar. 17

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

F

Effective Business Writing CRN 30166

2 classes

Editing Fundamentals CRN 30384

Professional Editing Extension Certificate C

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, your will gain a foundation for a fascinating career in the world of editing.

5 classes

conted.mtroyal.ca/editing

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

15 Hours

$409

6-9 p.m.

T

Grammar and Punctuation Essentials Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30383 3 classes Jan. 21-Feb. 4 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. CRN 30908

3 classes

Mar. 25-Apr. 8

Editing Fundamentals CRN 30384

5 classes

CRN 30385

5 classes

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 15 Hours

Jan. 10-Feb. 7

Copyediting and Proofreading

$339 S S $409

6-9 p.m.

T

20 Hours

$439

Feb. 25-Mar. 4

10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

S

Feb. 28-Mar. 7

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T

Mar. 11

10 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

S

Comprehensive Editing: Style, Structure and Design

24 Hours

CRN 30386

Mar. 25

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

Mar. 28-Apr. 4

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T

Apr. 1

10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

S

Apr. 8

10 a.m.-4 p.m.

S

6 classes

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses plus 15 hours of optional courses (119 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters up to a maximum of 3 years

Jan. 10-Feb. 7

Courses and Fees

Benefits

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

$339

CRN 30383

Apr. 11 Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30510

Online

6:30-8:30 p.m. 15 Hours

$469

T $409

Feb. 27-Mar. 20

Choose 15 hours of optional courses Foundations of Technical Communication Choose 1 of the CRNs below 18 Hours$429 CRN 30398

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 13

CRN 30488

Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 27

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $289 CRN 30979

Online

Feb. 14- Mar. 6

CRN 30980

Online

Mar. 27 – Apr. 18

Document Layout and Design CRN 30218

Online

15 Hours

$409

Jan. 16-Feb. 6

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Communications and Marketing Public Relations

Courses and Fees Introduction to Public Relations Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

Extension Certificate C

CRN 30148

Learn from PR professionals in diverse industries and gain relevant information and skills to communicate, design and implement public relations projects in any organization.

Benefits

2 classes

Jan. 14-21

S

6:30-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

W $389

CRN 30149

Jan. 25-Feb. 22

6:30-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

W $389

Mar. 3 Mar. 4

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

CRN 30150

5 classes 2 classes

Marketing Strategies for Public Relations CRN 30184 5 classes Mar. 20-Apr. 24

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses plus 30 hours of optional courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

Applied Writing for Public Relations

conted.mtroyal.ca/publicrelations

Strategic Communication Planning

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

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

CRN 30570 5 classes Mar. 15-Apr. 12 Writing and Editing for Public Relations Communications Research

• Develop your professional public relations skills • Advance your career in PR • Earn a recognized credential

$389

CRN 30151 CRN 30168

2 classes 5 classes

6:30-9:30 p.m.

$389

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

Feb. 21-Mar. 21

$389 M

15 Hours

Mar. 11-18

F S

S $389

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T

Choose 30 hours of optional courses Change Management Fundamentals

15 Hours

CRN 30547

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

2 classes

Jan. 27-28

$469 F, S

15 Hours $389 Social Media for Public Relations Not offered this semester Foundations of Social Media for Business Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours $379 CRN 30729 4 classes Jan. 31-Feb. 9 6-9 p.m. T, R CRN 30845 4 classes Apr. 4-13 6-9 p.m. T, R 15 Hours $409 Effective Business Writing CRN 30166

2 classes

Mar. 10

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

F

Mar. 17

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 7.5 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

$219 S $379 S $469

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-noon

F S

Employee Communications CRN 30922 1 class Apr. 29 Effective Media Relations CRN 30901 2 classes Apr. 29-May 6 Leaders, Culture and Change Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30556 Online Classroom Apr. 28 Apr. 29 CRN 30871 Online Mar. 27-Apr. 23

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Communications and Marketing Social Media Basics

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Facebook for Business

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, indemand social media knowledge and skills.

CRN 30725

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/smbasics

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

1 class

Feb. 8

Blogging for Business CRN 30726

1 class

Jan. 22

LinkedIn for Business CRN 30727

1 class

Apr. 3

Twitter for Business CRN 30728

1 class

Mar. 22

3 Hours

$115

6-9 p.m.

W

5 Hours

$149

9 a.m.-3 p.m.

U

3 Hours

$115

6-9 p.m.

M

3 Hours

$115

6-9 p.m.

W

Managing Content for Social Media

3 Hours

$115

CRN 30982

6-9 p.m.

W

3 Hours

$115

6-9 p.m.

W

3 Hours

$115

6-9 p.m.

W

3 Hours

$115

3 Hours

$115

1 class

Feb. 1

Brand Reputation Management CRN 30735

1 class

Feb. 22

Social Media Advertising CRN 30732

1 class

Apr. 26

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

Social Media for Business Extension Certificate C O

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

Benefits

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

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (72 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

Courses and Fees Foundations of Social Media for Business

12 Hours

$379

CRN 30729

4 classes

Jan. 31-Feb. 9

6-9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30845

4 classes

Apr. 4-13

6-9 p.m.

T, R

15 Hours

$409

Social Media Strategy CRN 30730

5 classes

Feb. 16-Mar. 2

Online Community Engagement CRN 30733

4 classes

Mar. 7-16

CRN 30912

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

6-9 p.m.

T, R

12 Hours

$379

6-9 p.m.

T, R

Social Media Analytics and Optimization

12 Hours

$379

CRN 30734

4 classes

Mar. 21-30

6-9 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30913

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 9 21 Hours

$459

6-9 p.m.

T, R

Social Media Final Project CRN 30731

7 classes

Apr. 6-27

conted.mtroyal.ca/socialmedia

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

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

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Communications and Marketing Technical Writing

Courses and Fees Foundations of Technical Communication Choose 1 of the CRNs below 18 Hours $429 CRN 30398 Online Jan. 16-Feb. 13 CRN 30488 Online Feb. 27-Mar. 27 Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $289

Extension Certificate O

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

CRN 30979 Online Feb. 14- Mar. 6 CRN 30980 Online Mar. 27 – Apr. 18 Design and Authoring for Online Media CRN 30165 Online Mar. 13-Apr. 3 Site Architecture for Online Media CRN 30487 Online Mar. 6-27 Editing Basics for Technical Documents CRN 30198 Online Feb. 13-Mar. 6 Document Layout and Design CRN 30218 Online Jan. 16-Feb. 6 Preparing Policies and Procedures CRN 30486 Online Jan. 23-Feb. 13 Documentation Project Management CRN 30489 Online Apr. 3-24 Writing User Guides Not offered this semester Producing Software Specifications CRN 30917 Online Apr. 3-24

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

Program Format

• Complete the 10 required courses plus 22.5 hours of optional courses (172.5 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/ technicalwriting

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

15 Hours

$409

15 Hours

$409

15 Hours

$409

15 Hours

$409

15 Hours

$409

12 Hours

$359

15 Hours

$409

15 Hours

$409

Choose 22.5 hours of optional courses Grammar and Punctuation Essentials Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30383 3 classes Jan. 21-Feb. 4 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. CRN 30908 3 classes Mar. 25-Apr. 8 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. 15 Hours Effective Business Writing CRN 30166 2 classes Mar. 10 & 17 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Writing and Editing for Digital Media CRN 30518 Online Feb. 27-Mar. 20 Creating Training Manuals Not offered this semester

Stay up to date

30

7.5 Hours

facebook.com/mruconted

$339 S S $409 F $409 $249

See website for details.

mtroyal.ca/conted

@MRUContEd Mount Royal University Continuing Education

403.440.6875 or 1.866.775.2673

blogs.mtroyal.ca/conted youtube.com/mountroyal4u

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Community

Addiction Studies Extension Certificate O

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

• 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

Program Format

• 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 Courses and Fees

Addiction Studies: Overview Choose 1 of the CRNs below

20 Hours

$375

20 Hours

$375

20 Hours

$375

20 Hours

$375

20 Hours

$375

15 Hours

$309

15 Hours

$309

Provision Rights: Child and Youth Healthy Development 15 Hours

$309

CRN 30503

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 13

CRN 30666

Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 27

Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders CRN 30506

Extension Certificate O

Become an advocate for child and youth human rights through this online program that focuses on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC).

Benefits

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 21

Addiction Prevention CRN 30669

Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 27

Addiction and the Family CRN 30505

Online

Apr. 3-May 1

Understanding Adolescents and Addiction CRN 30909

Child and Youth Human Rights

conted.mtroyal.ca/addictions

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Online

Apr. 18-May 16

Courses and Fees Promotion of CRC: Child and Youth Advocacy CRN 30651

Online

Jan. 23-Feb. 17

Protection Rights: Child and Youth Welfare CRN 30653 CRN 30655

Online Online

Feb. 27-Mar. 24 Apr. 10-May 7

• Gain an understanding of the major themes of the CRC: promotion, protection, participation and provision • Enhance your skills and understanding of human rights issues when working with children and youth

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/childrights

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

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

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Community

Children’s Mental Health

Program Format

• Complete the 9 required courses (135 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

Extension Certificate O

Be proactive in the promotion of children’s mental health, provide support to children and families dealing with mental health problems, and explore strategies to promote children’s mental health in the community.

Benefits

conted.mtroyal.ca/mentalhealth

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Courses and Fees Child and Youth Resiliency

• Learn to provide appropriate support for children with mental health issues • Enhance your skills and knowledge as a health and human service professional or K-12 education professional • Expand your understanding of the complex factors that affect children’s mental health

CRN 30649

Online

Mental Health I: Disorders Diagnosed in the Early Years CRN 30210

Online

15 Hours

$309

15 Hours

$309

Mar. 13-Apr. 7 Feb. 13-Mar. 10

Mental Health II: Psychosis, Mood, Anxiety and Increased Risk 15 Hours CRN 30435

Online

$309

Apr. 10-May 6

Mental Health III: Physiological Needs and Theories for Intervention 15 Hours $309 CRN 30874

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 7

Systems in Criminal Justice and Child Protective Services 15 Hours CRN 30436

Online

Systems Collaboration CRN 30876

Online

$309

Apr. 10-May 6 15 Hours

$309

Jan. 16-Feb. 10

Supporting People with Disabilities in the Community Workshop Learn how to support people with developmental disabilities to gain dignity and self worth through increased engagement in their home and community. This workshop is intended for those who support individuals with developmental disabilities.

mtroyal.ca/tvp

403.440.6872

Courses and Fees Supporting People with Disabilities in the Community - Half Day 3 Hours $142+GST

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Photos by Tracy Elliot

Transitional Vocational Program

Celebrating 36 years!

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

FULL-TIME PROGRAM

PART-TIME COURSES

Employment Preparation Certificate ‑ full-time Sept.-Aug. Supports students to find and maintain entry-level competitive employment.

• Computer Literacy • Digital Photography • Life Skills • Eating Right, Living Right • Learner’s Licence Test Preparation • First Aid class

Employment Assistance ‑ Sept.-Aug. Provides continued support to graduates of the Employment Preparation Certificate

Tel: 403.440.6872 | E-mail: tvp@mtroyal.ca | Web: mtroyal.ca/tvp

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

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Community

Funeral Service

Program ‑ Application Required

Delivery

Embalmer Certificate (450 hours) • Study part-time • Complete in a minimum of 1 year up to a maximum of 6 years

Funeral Director Certificate (1800 hours) • Study part-time • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 6 years

Visit conted.mtroyal.ca/funeral for application details

Funeral Service Diploma (1832 hours) • Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 1 year or part-time within 6 years

O B P Mount Royal University offers 3 funeral service programs: Funeral Service Diploma, Funeral Director Certificate and Embalmer Certificate. Graduates are prepared for licensing in Alberta by the Alberta Funeral Services Regulatory Board.

Benefits

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Not sure if funeral service is right for you?

• 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

Introduction to Funeral Service Choose 1 of the CRNs below 14 Hours CRN 30330

$219+GST

2 classes

Feb. 25-26

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S, U

2 classes

Mar. 25-26

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S, U

(Edmonton) CRN 30331

(Lincoln Park Campus, Calgary) *You must provide your own transportation 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 www.mtroyal.ca/recreation or call 403.440.6517

Police Studies

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Canadian Criminal Justice Systems

Acquire theoretical and practical skills and explore a range of intervention strategies at various stages of the justice process. The program emphasizes skill development, essential attitudes and personal qualities that facilitate the application of justice.

CRN 30229

Online

Human Diversity in Justice CRN 30345

Online

48 Hours

$609

48 Hours

$609

Jan. 9-Mar. 31 Jan. 9-Mar. 31

Benefits

• Gain skills and knowledge valued in the justice and corrections field • Enhance your new or emerging justicerelated career

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (288 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/policestudies

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

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Fast Track


Computers and Technology Accounting Software Certificate of Completion C

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

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• 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 5 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/ compaccounting

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Computer Essentials Extension Certificate C

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

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

Program Format

• Complete the 8 required courses (90 hours) • You may take individual courses without earning the certificate • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 5 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/office

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Accounting Principles for Computers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours

$279

CRN 30067

2 classes

Jan. 7-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30068

2 classes

Feb. 25-26

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

Simply Accounting, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$329

CRN 30069

3 classes

Jan. 20-22

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

CRN 30070

3 classes

Mar. 3-5

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

Simply Accounting, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

CRN 30085

3 classes

Jan. 27-29

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

CRN 30086

3 classes

Mar. 10-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

$329

Choose 1 Optional Course QuickBooks Online Software CRN 30940

6 classes

Mar. 20-Apr. 5

QuickBooks, Level 1 CRN 30180

3 classes

Register for all 4 courses at once

Feb. 3-5

18 Hours

$329

6-9 p.m.

M, W

18 Hours

$329

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

$1,266 Choose one of the Block Codes below

Block Code CRN ACSO1 Block Code CRN ACSO2 Please note online registration is not available for block codes please call Continuing Education registration at 403.440.3833.

Courses and Fees Computer Literacy 1 CRN 30944

4 classes

12 Hours

$279

Jan. 9-18

6-9 p.m.

M, W

6 Hours

$169

Jan. 23-25

6-9 p.m.

M, W $279

Computer Literacy 2 CRN 30945

2 classes

Windows Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30061

2 classes

Jan. 7-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30691

2 classes

Jan. 12-13

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F $169

File Management Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

6 Hours

CRN 30953

2 classes

Jan. 10-12

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30692

1 class

Jan. 25

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

W

MS Outlook Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30080

2 classes

Jan. 14-15

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30684

2 classes

Jan. 30-31

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T $329

MS Word, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

CRN 30062

6 classes

Jan. 17-Feb. 2

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30693

3 classes

Feb. 6-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

$279

T, R M, T, W

MS Excel, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30063

2 classes

Feb. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

W, R

CRN 30064

2 classes

Feb. 11-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30083

2 classes

Feb. 23-24

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 30687

2 classes

Apr. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

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

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Computers and Technology MS Office Pro

Courses and Fees MS Word, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Extension Certificate C

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

Benefits

Program Format

conted.mtroyal.ca/office

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

CRN 30062

6 classes

Jan. 17-Feb. 2

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30693

3 classes

Feb. 6-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

MS Word, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

• To gain a higher level of efficiency with Microsoft Office software • More advanced application to 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 5 years

18 Hours

$329 T, R M, T, W

18 Hours

CRN 30182

6 classes

Feb. 7-23

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30694

3 classes

Feb. 27-Mar. 1

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

$329 T, R M, T, W

MS Excel, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30063

2 classes

Feb. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

W, R

CRN 30064

2 classes

Feb. 11-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

MS Excel, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30065

2 classes

Feb. 13-14

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30066

2 classes

Mar. 18-19

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

MS Excel, Level 3 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30078

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F $279

2 classes

Apr. 27-28

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30083

2 classes

Feb. 23-24

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 30687

2 classes

Apr. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

MS Access, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

CRN 30089

3 classes

Mar. 6-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T, W

CRN 30941

3 classes

Apr. 7-9

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

$319

Business Project, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30152

2 classes

Mar. 20-21

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30690

2 classes

Apr. 22-23

Business Project, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30153

2 classes

Mar. 27-28

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30948

2 classes

Apr. 29-30

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

6 Hours

$189

Choose 1 optional course MS PowerPoint, Level 2 CRN 30946

1 class

Apr. 29

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

MS Access, Level 2 CRN 30942

12 Hours

2 classes

Apr. 24-25

MS Project Choose 1 of the CRNs below

C

Classroom

O

$319

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

12 Hours

$369

CRN 30101

2 classes

Feb. 13-14

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30689

2 classes

Mar. 23-24

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F $279

MS Outlook Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30080

2 classes

Jan. 14-15

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30684

2 classes

Jan. 30-31

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

15 Hours

$289

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors

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CRN 30979

Online

Feb. 14-Mar. 6

CRN 30980

Online

Mar. 27-Apr. 18

Online

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Blended

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Hybrid

W Webinars

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Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Computers and Technology Digital Graphic Design Extension Certificate C

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.

Courses and Fees Introduction to Digital Graphic Design CRN 30683 6 classes Jan. 9-25

18 Hours

$309

6-9 p.m. 24 Hours

M, W $459

Illustrator 1 CRN 30347

4 classes

Jan. 7-28

Photoshop 1 CRN 30348

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 24 Hours

S $459

8 classes

Jan. 3-26

InDesign 1 CRN 30349

6-9 p.m. 15 Hours

T, R $309

2 classes

Feb. 5-12

Illustrator 2 CRN 30350

9 a.m.-5 p.m. 24 Hours

U $459

4 classes

Feb. 4-Mar. 4

Photoshop 2 CRN 30351

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 24 Hours

S $459

8 classes

Jan. 31-Feb. 23

Program Format

InDesign 2 CRN 30682

6-9 p.m. 24 Hours

T, R $459

4 classes

Mar. 5-26

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

conted.mtroyal.ca/graphicdesign

Choose 15 hours of optional courses Foundations of Photography, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 20 Hours CRN 30007 8 classes Jan. 25-Feb. 22 7-9:30 p.m. CRN 30186 8 classes Jan. 28-Feb. 25 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Jan. 31-Feb. 21 7-9:30 p.m.

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 graphics 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 5 years 403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Foundations of Photography, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below 20 Hours CRN 30225 8 classes Mar. 1-22 7-9:30 p.m. Mar. 4-25 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 15 Hours Digital Darkroom Basics CRN 30200

5 classes

Mar. 2-16

Advanced Digital Darkroom

6:30-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

CRN 30343

3 classes Apr. 2-23 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design 18 Hours CRN 30346 6 classes Mar. 21-Apr. 6 6-9 p.m. 15 Hours Acrobat for Graphic Design CRN 30943

2 classes

Apr. 1-8

Portrait Photography, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30201 4 classes Apr. 21-27 Apr. 22 Apr. 24

U

$299 M, W S T $299 W S $279 T, R $279 U $299 T, R $299

9 a.m.-5 p.m. 10 Hours

S $279

7-9 p.m. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. 6:30-9:30 p.m.

R, F S M

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

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Computers and Technology Introductory

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Windows Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

conted.mtroyal.ca/computers/ intro

CRN 30061

2 classes

Jan. 7-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30691

2 classes

Jan. 12-13

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Mac Basics CRN 30688

1 class

Jan. 8

$149 +GST

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

U

File Management Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

6 Hours

$169

CRN 30953

2 classes

Jan. 10-12

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30692

1 class

Jan. 25

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

MS Outlook Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Mac

R, F

6 Hours

W

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30080

2 classes

Jan. 14-15

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30684

2 classes

Jan. 30-31

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

1 class

Jan. 8

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Mac Basics

conted.mtroyal.ca/computers/ mac

6 Hours

CRN 30688

Introduction to Apple iWork

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

CRN 30949

Specialty

$149+GST

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

U

12 Hours

$279 +GST

2 classes

Jan. 15-22

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

U

7 classes

Feb. 8-Mar. 22

30 Hours

$449

CRN 30382 Photoshop 1

5 classes

Jan. 7-21

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 24 Hours

S, U $459

CRN 30348

8 classes

Jan. 3-26

6-9 p.m.

T, R

24 Hours

$399

9 a.m.-4 p.m. 12 Hours

S, U $299

Courses and Fees

Courses C

Game Design

conted.mtroyal.ca/computers/ computerspecialty

CRN 30947

24.5 Hours

$199 +GST

6-9:45 p.m.

W

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Web Designer

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C

HTML and CSS

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.

JavaScript and JQuery CRN 30961

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

4 classes

Feb. 4-12

2 classes

Jan. 28-29

Advanced CSS CRN 30960

Site Design and Portfolio Creation CRN 30685

• Complete the 6 required courses (138 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 5 years

4 classes

Feb. 25-Mar. 5

Web Design Final Project CRN 30962

4 classes

Mar. 25-Apr. 2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

24 Hours

$399

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

24 Hours

$399

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

conted.mtroyal.ca/webdesign

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

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Practicum and/or Field Trip

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Computers and Technology WordPress

Certificate of Completion C

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

Benefits

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

Courses and Fees Introduction to WordPress Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30446

2 classes

Mar. 11-12

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 31005

2 classes

Mar. 25-26

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

12 Hours

$239

WordPress for Business CRN 30443

2 classes

Apr. 22-23

Designing in WordPress CRN 30444

2 classes

Apr. 8-9

$239

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

12 Hours

$239

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

12 Hours

$299

Program Format

• Complete the 3 required courses (36 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 5 years

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Video Production

Certificate of Completion C

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

Courses and Fees Video Capture CRN 30950

4 classes

Feb.6-15

Video Production CRN 30951

4 classes

Mar. 6-15

Video Editing CRN 30952

4 classes

Mar. 27-Apr. 5

6-9 p.m.

M, W

12 Hours

$299

6-9 p.m.

M, W

12 Hours

$299

6-9 p.m.

M, W

• 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

Program Format

• 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 5 years

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Conflict Resolution Conflict Resolution Extension Certificate C

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.

Benefits

Jan. 27-Feb. 4

4 classes

CRN 30378

2 classes

$375 F, S $725

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 21 Hours

Feb. 24-Mar. 4

Consensus Building for Groups

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 15 Hours

Mar. 10-11

2 classes

F, S $375

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

Mar. 24-25

F, S $725

F, S

Working Towards Cultural Competency in Conflict Resolution 15 Hours CRN 30197

Program Format

$375

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

Multi-Party Mediation: The Dynamics

15 Hours

CRN 30277 2 classes Apr. 21-22 The following courses offered in Spring 2017 Introduction to Conflict Resolution Communication in Conflict Resolution Resolving Conflict in the Workplace Optional Negotiation or Mediation Practice Sessions Choose 1 assessment Conflict Resolution Mediation Assessment Conflict Resolution Negotiation Assessment

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

F, S $375 F, S

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

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Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace

Program Format

• 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 in both classroom and online formats. All other courses are offered online only.

Certificate of Completion O F

Complete the certificate in only one semester! 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

• 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 Classroom

4 classes

CRN 30030

• Complete the 12 required courses 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 offered in both classroom and online formats. All other courses are offered in-class only. • You may take individual courses for general interest (provided prerequisites are met)

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CRN 30133

Negotiation Skills, Level 2

• Enhance your communication and conflict resolution knowledge and skills for personal or professional development • Successfully integrate conflict skills into your workplace • Further your career in the health and human service field • 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*

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Conflict Resolution Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30104 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 15 CRN 30659 2 classes Mar. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 28 Hours Mediation Skills, Level 2

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Courses and Fees Introduction to Conflict Resolution Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30104

Online

Jan. 18-Feb. 15

CRN 30659

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

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

Negotiating with Integrity CRN 30660

Online Online

F, S

15 Hours

$375

15 Hours

$375

Mar. 1-29

Dealing with Difficult Conversations CRN 30662

$375

Apr. 5-May 3

Save 10% Register for all 3 online courses at once! $990 Use the Block Code below Block Code CONFI Online Online

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Fast Track


Mount Royal University Conservatory Classes and Programs Winter 2017


Mount Royal University Conservatory

About the MRU Conservatory

We have a place for you

At the Mount Royal University Conservatory, we believe that the human spirit achieves its truest expression and deepest fulfillment through the arts.

Whether your goal is to introduce your baby or toddler to the world of music, or to learn to play an instrument at age 6 or 106, the Mount Royal University Conservatory has a program for you. From advanced programs for elite young professionals to adult beginner classes to music appreciation, the Mount Royal University Conservatory’s programs serve diverse learners who have one thing in common — a love of music and speech arts.

We have played a pivotal role in Calgary’s performing arts scene since 1911, enabling people of all ages and abilities to take part in the performing arts. Now the largest institution of our kind in Canada, we are unique in the breadth and scope of our programming, serving a large and diverse community. Our mission is to nurture the artistic potential in everyone, and identify and train the great artists of tomorrow. We teach more than 4,000 students every year and welcome tens of thousands of others from our community to attend our festivals, concerts and special events.

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Facilities The stunning Bella Concert Hall is at the heart of the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. The 787-seat venue is host to our new 2016-17 MRU Conservatory Concert Season: Music To Your Ears. It is also the new home of the Wyatt Concert Series featuring distinguished visiting faculty from around the globe. Perhaps most importantly, it is the stage where many of tomorrow’s stars of classical music will play their first public performances, experiencing the magical connection that is only possible with a live audience.

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The Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts is also home to the TransAlta Pavilion, classrooms and studios to serve Conservatory students and faculty, as well as organizations that rent the facilities for meetings, performances and events.

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There are three more performance venues at Mount Royal University, each suitable for intimate performances and events: the Leacock Theatre, the Wright Theatre and the Nickle Theatre.

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Courses and Programs Winter 2017 Early Childhood Programs

Instrumental Ensemble

Music With Your Baby.............................4 Music & Movement (3-4)........................4 Kodály Prep Class....................................5 Kodály Level 1..........................................5 Kodály Level 2..........................................5 Kodály Level 3..........................................5 Kodály Level 4..........................................5 Kodály Advanced Musicianship..............5 Orff Classes..............................................6 Orff Ensemble..........................................6 Early Childhood Strings............................6 Early Childhood Cello Ensemble.............7 Suzuki Programs......................................8

Chamber Flutes...................................... 11 Fiddle Classes........................................ 11 Junior High Band.................................... 11 Adult Band Beginner.............................. 11 Adult Band Intermediate........................ 11 Horizon Brass......................................... 11 Performance Outreach.......................... 11 Jazz Connection Big Band.....................12 De Boeck Jazz Combo..........................12 Sax Quartet............................................12 Stoll Jazz Ensemble...............................12

Choirs and Vocals

Speech Arts & Drama

Calgary Boys Choir...................................9 Arietta Choir.............................................9 Arioso Choir .............................................9 Artio Choir.................................................9 Kantorei Choir ..........................................9

Orchestras & String Ensembles Junior Orchestra Program.....................10 Preparatory Strings Pre Chamber Strings A Pre Chamber Strings B Junior Strings Chamber Strings

Conservatory Strings.............................10 Calgary Youth Orchestra........................10

Private Lessons...........................17

Music Theory & History.........12

Custom Workshops & Clinics......................18 Academy for Gifted Youth...............................................19 Advanced Performance Program................ 20 How to Register.................................. 21 Map....................................................... 21

Rhymes and Rhythms...........................13 Storybook Series Ages 4-5...................13 Act Up, Speak Out!................................13 Shakespeare Performance Ensemble................................................13 Speakers Tool Kit Children and Teens.................................13 Speakers Tool Kit - Adult........................14 Speechworks.........................................14 Debate Club Junior and Intermediate....................................14 Senior Debate Club................................14

World Music Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir..............................15 Latin Percussion.....................................15 Carnatic Raga Music..............................15 Taiko Drumming.....................................15

Dance Programs Intro to Dance Theatre...........................16 Creative Dance ......................................16 Indigenous Dance..................................16 Kathak Dance.........................................16

Guitar Courses Guitar Level 1.........................................16 Guitar Level 2.........................................16 Guitar Level 3.........................................16 Jazz Guitar with R. Buschmeyer...........16

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Early Childhood Programs Music With Your Baby

Music With Your Baby (24-36 mo)

$325

Learn to provide an enriched environment of music and reading for your infant or toddler during these very important first years. Music with Your Baby creates a strong partnership among parent, teacher and child, where you play an important role in developing your child’s full potential. This unique program for babies, newborn to 36 months, is based on the principle that the greatest development of a child’s natural abilities takes place in an environment that is enriched by music and language. The program promotes confidence and selfesteem, increases focus and concentration, increases physical and aural awareness, and fosters a love of music, language and learning that will last throughout your child’s life.

CRN 1288

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

CRN 1289

16 classes

Feb. 7-Jun. 6

10:30-11:15 a.m.

T

CRN 1290

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

10:15-11 a.m.

W

CRN 1291

16 classes

Feb. 2-Jun. 1

9:30-10:15 a.m.

R

CRN 1292

16 classes

Feb. 2-Jun. 1

10:30-11:15 a.m.

R

CRN 1293

16 classes

Feb. 3-May 26

9-9:45 a.m.

F

CRN 1294

16 classes

Feb. 3-May 26

10:30-11:15 a.m.

F

CRN 1295

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

9:30-10:15 a.m.

S

Build a foundation of listening using the human voice in rhyme, rhythm and song, present traditional folk and nursery songs, rhymes, chants and storytelling, respect the learning pace of each child.

CRN 1296

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

9-9:45 a.m.

S

CRN 1297

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

10:30-11:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1298

16 classes

Feb. 5-Jun. 11

10:30-11:15 a.m.

Music With Your Baby (0-24 mo)

$325

Sibling

M

U $325

CRN 1269

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

9:30-10:15 a.m.

M

CRN 1300

CRN 1270

16 classes

Feb. 7-Jun. 6

11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

T

Classes at Vecova*

CRN 1271

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

9:15-10 a.m.

W

CRN 1301

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

10-10:45 a.m.

W

CRN 1275

16 classes

Feb. 2-Jun. 1

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

R

CRN 1302

16 classes

Feb. 2-May 18

11-11:45 a.m.

R

CRN 1276

16 classes

Feb. 3-May 26

10-10:45 a.m.

F

CRN 1277

16 classes

Feb. 3-Jun. 2

9:30-10:15 a.m.

F

CRN 1278

16 classes

Feb. 3-Jun. 2

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

F

CRN 1279

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

8:30-9:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1280

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

10:30-11:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1281

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

11-11:45 a.m.

S

CRN 1282

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

9:30-10:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1284

16 classes

Feb. 5-Jun. 11

9:30-10:15 a.m.

U

Classes at Vecova*

$325

CRN 1285

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

11-11:45 a.m.

W

CRN 1286

16 classes

CRN 1287

16 classes

Feb. 2-May 18

9-9:45 a.m.

R

Feb. 2-May 18

10-10:45 a.m.

R

*Vecova Recreation Centre, 3304 - 33 Street NW

16 classes

Feb. 5-Jun. 11

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

Music & Movement Ages 3-4 Music & Movement (Eurhythmics) combines imaginative play, musical games, singing and instrument playing. Your child will use instruments and equipment such as xylophones, glockenspiels, hand drums, rhythm sticks, Orff instruments, balls, hoops and scarves. Creative movement is an important part of the program. Your child will develop coordination, concentration and self-confidence while learning the fundamentals of music. This program provides a sound basis for children who wish to continue the study of music or dance. Music and Movement is based on ideas developed by educator and musician Emile Jaques-Dalcroze. All classes are parented classes (parents are in attendance), 45 minutes long and held once a week. Music & Movement

$325

CRN 1258

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

10:30-11:15 a.m.

M

CRN 1263

16 classes

Feb. 2-Jun. 1

12:30-1:15 p.m.

R

CRN 1264

16 classes

Feb. 3-Jun. 2

12:30-1:15 p.m.

F

CRN 1265

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

S

CRN 1266

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

12:30-1:15 p.m.

S

CRN 1267

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

10-10:45 a.m.

Classes at Vecova* CRN 1268

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U $325

16 classes

S $325

Feb. 1-May 17

2:30-3:15 p.m.

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Early Childhood Programs Kodály Classes

Kodály Level 2

Kodály Musicianship classes create a playful atmosphere where children use the voice as their first instrument. Children are actively engaged as they develop music reading and writing skills that prepare budding musicians for future studies: • in-tune singing • beat, rhythm, melody, form • phrasing, dynamics • tempo and timbre Xylophones and rhythm instruments are used to reinforce concepts first heard through singing. In advanced levels, the recorder is introduced to reinforce music reading skills. Parental involvement is an essential component of the Kodály Program. Parents join their children for the final ten minutes of each class and are encouraged to share musical activities at home. Children have weekly take-home activities to reinforce the lessons.

45 minutes each week. Designed for children ages 5 and 6.

Kodály Prep Class Feb. 7-May 23

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

4:45-5:30 p.m.

M

CRN 1221

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

1:15-2 p.m.

M

CRN 1222

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

1:30-2:15 p.m.

S

CRN 1223

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

10-10:45 a.m.

S

CRN 1224

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

10:45-11:30 a.m.

S

CRN 1225

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

1-1:45 p.m.

S

CRN 1228

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

5-5:45 p.m.

T

CRN 1230

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

4:15-5 p.m.

W

1 hour each week. Must have completed Level 2.

30 minutes each week. Designed for 3-year-olds. Enrolment accepted in Sept. or Feb., depending on your child’s readiness for an un-parented experience.

16 classes

$289

CRN 1220

Kodály Level 3

Kodály Prep Classes

CRN 1249

Kodály Level 2

11:15-11:45 a.m.

Kodály Level 3

$329

CRN 1232

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

5:30-6:30 p.m.

M

$195

CRN 1233

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

4:15-5:15 p.m.

M

T

CRN 1237

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

10-11 a.m.

S

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

10:45-11:45 a.m.

S T

CRN 1250

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

9-9:30 a.m.

S

CRN 1238

CRN 1251

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

12:15-12:45 p.m.

S

CRN 1239

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

4:15-5:15 p.m.

CRN 1256

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

5-5:30 p.m.

W

CRN 1240

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

5:30-6:30 p.m.

Classes at Vecova* CRN 1257

16 classes

$195 Feb. 6-Jun. 19

2:30-3 p.m.

M

Classes at Vecova* CRN 1234

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

4-5 p.m.

Kodály Level 1

Kodály Level 4

45 minutes each week. Designed for 4-year-olds.

1 hour each week. Must have completed Level 3.

Kodály Level 1 CRN 1210

16 classes

$289 Feb. 7-May 23

10:30-11:15 a.m.

W $329

Kodály Level 4

M

$329

T

CRN 1241

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

6:15-7:15 p.m.

M

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

12-1 p.m.

S

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

1:45-2:45 p.m.

S

CRN 1211

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

9:45-10:30 a.m.

M

CRN 1242

CRN 1213

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

12:45-1:30 p.m.

S

CRN 1243

CRN 1214

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

12:30-1:15 p.m.

S

CRN 1215

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

10-10:45 a.m.

S

CRN 1216

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

11:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

S

CRN 1617

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

S

CRN 1217

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

1:15-2 p.m.

T

Kodály Advanced Musicianship

CRN 1218

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

4:15-5 p.m.

T

CRN 1245

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

9-10 a.m.

S

CRN 1219

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

9:45-10:30 a.m.

W

CRN 1246

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 17

11 a.m.-noon

S

$289

CRN 1247

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

5:15-6:15 p.m.

T

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

3-3:45 p.m.

Classes at Vecova* CRN 1212

16 classes

Kodály Advanced Musicianship 1 hour each week. Must have completed Level 4. $329

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Early Childhood Programs Orff Classes

Early Childhood Strings

This is an un-parented class for 3 and 5 year olds which introduces some of the fundamental elements of music in a playful and holistic way. The children sing, dance and play music on a variety of instruments and develop their intellectual, motor, emotional and social skills.

The Conservatory’s Early Childhood Strings Program provides specialized instructional balance. Your child will benefit by being in a supportive group setting where games and songs provide an enjoyable child-centered environment, while group classes provide you a cost-effective way to ensure your child profits from an exceptional learning experience.

Orff Classes

$325

Orff Prep Classes (3 to 4 yrs) CRN 1308

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

2:30-3:15 p.m.

T

Basic Classes ( 4 to 5 yrs) CRN 1309

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

3:30-4:15 p.m.

T

CRN 1314

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

12-12:45 p.m.

S

Classes at Vecova*

$325

Prep Classes (3 to 4 yrs) CRN 1315

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

12:30-1:15 p.m.

W

Basic Classes (4 to 5 yrs) CRN 1316

16 classes

Feb. 1-May 17

1:30-2:15 p.m.

W

CRN 1317

16 classes

Feb. 2-May 18

2-2:45 p.m.

R

Orff Ensemble For 5 year olds who have taken the Orff classes and 6 or 7 year olds with no previous music experience. The children will learn and create arrangements using un-pitched percussion and Orff instruments (xylophones, etc.). Orff Ensemble

$395

Students learn through games, songs, solfege, rhythm, music reading and storytelling. After one to two years, depending on the individual child, they will be able to: • • • • •

play with good posture and physical setup exhibit good technical fundamentals exhibit a grounding in sound production, rhythm and solfege play simple melodies on their instruments properly care for their instruments

In addition to the intrinsic value of learning to play an instrument well, studies show there are many non-musical benefits for your child: • more robust brain stem responses to sound • improved discrimination of pitch and segmentation and enhanced neural processing of speech • improved working memory and cognitive flexibility • enhanced reading abilities • improved spatial-navigational reasoning, visual form analysis, numerical discrimination and receptive vocabulary • finger motor skills Early Childhood Strings CRN 1626

$520

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 6

9:30-10:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1627

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 6

10:30-11:15 a.m.

S

CRN 1628

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 6

12:45-1:30 p.m.

S

CRN 1629

12 classes

Feb. 7-May 9

5:45-6:30 p.m.

T

Ensemble 1 CRN 1303

16 classes

Feb. 7-May 23

4:30-5:30 p.m.

Classes at Vecova*

T $395

Ensemble Level 1 CRN 1305

16 classes

Feb. 2-May 18

4-5 p.m.

R

Feb. 2-May 18

5-6 p.m.

R

Ensemble Level 2 CRN 1306

16 classes

*Vecova Recreation Centre, 3304 - 33 Street NW

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Early Childhood Programs Early Childhood Cello Ensemble Cello group classes are a wonderful complement to private lessons as they allow young cellists to experience the fun of making music with their peers. Children’s daily practice is inspired by sharing their weekly accomplishments through solo performance and being able to celebrate the success of their friends. Technique is improved through scale and arpeggio repetition, focus on in-tune ringing tones and maintaining fine cello posture. Beginning reading, rhythm, and music theory are actively put to use through unison, two and three voice ensemble playing. This program provides weekly performance opportunities and four Saturday morning recitals each year which feature the group and solo repertoire prepared in class. Classes include: • basic music, specific cello and chamber music skills • effective classroom, audience and performance behaviour • extended cello techniques learned through accompanied storytelling • weekly scale, arpeggio and technical bow work • important music theory and reading tools • solo performance opportunities with piano accompaniment • the inspiring experience of putting all above together while creating music with their friends All young cellists are welcome, however, in the best interest of the student, they must also have a regular private lesson instructor. Early Childhood Cello Ensemble (3 to 8 yrs) CRN 1206

14 classes

Feb. 4-May 27

$269 10:30-11:15 a.m.

Early Childhood Cello Ensemble (9 to 12 yrs) CRN 1207

14 classes

Feb. 4-May 27

S $269

9:30-10:15 a.m.

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Early Childhood Programs Suzuki Programs For ages 3+ All Mount Royal University Conservatory Suzuki programs are endorsed by the Suzuki Association of the Americas and the European Suzuki Association. Each program delivers musical and instrumental instruction in accordance with the proven Suzuki method instructional philosophy: • learning to play an instrument in the same way they learn to speak their native language with a step-by-step process based on listening, watching, and building their own “musical-instrumental vocabulary” • supportive atmosphere, tailored to the learning pace of each child • musical and instrumental skills gained though step-by-step learning • learning instrumental skills before learning to read music and play simultaneously • individual attention in private lessons, and group learning in a positive social environment • parental involvement

All Suzuki Program instruction is provided as private lessons. To register, call MRU Conservatory, 403.440.6821

You will attend all your child’s classes and be a practice coach at home. To prepare you for this role, you will participate in Suzuki training prior to your child’s first lessons.

Suzuki Trumpet

Suzuki Guitar

The first of its kind in North America and taught by the Mount Royal University Conservatory’s Natalie DeJong, the first accredited Suzuki trumpet instructor in North America, this program will pilot the use of the first Suzuki trumpet book.

Every child can learn to play the guitar at a high level. Listening to recordings of guitar repertoire, parental involvement, group classes, daily practice and encouragement are key elements of the Suzuki method. Carefully chosen repertoire will enable your child to build excellent technique and musicianship from a solid foundation of musical awareness.

The year-long program provides balance between working on musical literacy and gaining instrumental skills so that students develop the ability to read music and to play the instrument with beautiful tone and strong technique.

Suzuki Piano

To make studying classical guitar fun we play musical games and learn one step at a time. In addition to weekly lessons, your child will learn from other students in bi-monthly group classes and frequent recitals. These learning opportunities will further your child’s playing skills and motivation.

Piano students in the Suzuki Method learn music in a simple and direct way, similar to the way they learn to speak. Throughout the Suzuki growing process, your child thrives in an atmosphere of continual support and understanding. Every aspect of the Suzuki program is dedicated to the child — from repertoire, lesson length and seating at the instrument to the positive pedagogic approach. Parents participate actively, attending lessons and practicing with their child at home.

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Choirs and Vocals Calgary Boys’ Choir

Artio Choir 15+ yrs

The Calgary Boys’ Choir has delighted music lovers with their beautiful tone and clear pure sound for over 40 years, bringing the choir critical and public acclaim. The Calgary Boys’ Choir not only enriches the lives of our members and Calgarians, but brings the music of Calgary’s youth to the entire world.

The name Artio is derived from the Celtic word for bear, and was the name of a Gallo-Roman goddess who often took the form of a bear. She represented creative, bold and emergent abundance — all qualities that describe the singers who make up Mount Royal Artio and what they do. Artio specializes in choral music that is distinct, demanding, diverse and innovative. They explore a variety of genres from early music through to innovative creations being crafted by today’s composers. They re-imagine and re-invent music of the past and embrace the avant-garde music of tomorrow as they continually seek to push the boundaries of choral music and performance.

Calgary Boys’ Junior Choir Tuesday

$515* 5:30-6:45 p.m.

Calgary Boys’ Senior Choir Tuesday

$665* 6:15-8:15 p.m.

Arietta Choir 5-10 yrs One of Mount Royal Conservatory’s youngest choral groups, Arietta provides an opportunity for young singers to begin a life-long journey in music. Using choral repertoire, vocal and musical literacy is carefully developed, while allowing our singers to build social and emotional connections as they pursue musical excellence with new friends. Arietta regularly shares their gift of music with the Calgary community, and performs with Mount Royal Conservatory’s family of choirs on Calgary’s finest stages. Arietta Choir (ages 5-10) Wednesday

$500* 6-7:15 p.m.

Arioso Choir 9-14 yrs The choral programs at Mount Royal University allow singers to develop their musicianship from early childhood into adulthood. Arioso provides singers aged 9-14 the opportunity to pursue and experience the challenge, joy and reward of singing the highest calibre of choral music. We offer exceptional musicianship instruction, varied performance opportunities, touring, community building, social growth, and a passion for excellence. Arioso singers have shared the stage with international choirs, including the Vienna Boys’ Choir, at the 2014 World Peace Choral Festival in Vienna. Arioso also participated the 2016 “Unisong Festival,” celebrating Canada Day in Ottawa, Ontario. Arioso Choir (ages 9-14) Wednesday

$515* 7-8:30 p.m.

*Fees pro-rated if joining in Winter Term 2017. For Jan. 2017 enrollment, please contact Claudia Hasan-Nielsen, Coordinator, Academy & Choral Programs: 403.440.6832, chasannielsen@mtroyal.ca

Mount Royal Artio presents a final choral music performance each year that fuses music with innovative ideas and other art forms — “choral theatre” performances that draw upon the talent and imagination of their members. If you are imaginative and keen to explore music and art in a variety of forms, explore membership in Mount Royal Artio.

Artio Choir 15+ yrs

$580*

Wednesday

7-9 p.m.

Kantorei Choir (Adult) Mount Royal’s Kantorei, established in 1995 by Founding Director David Ferguson, has been on the Calgary choral scene for over 20 years. Kantorei is an auditioned mixed-voice adult choir that has always championed a varied repertoire from Mozart to Whitacre. Emphasis is placed on the classical music of all periods, but focus is also placed on Canadian repertoire and contemporary works. Kantorei offers individual vocal coaching to all of their members. Through its connection with the Mount Royal Conservatory, the choir aims to strengthen both the musical and vocal skills of individual members and the ensemble as a whole. Kantorei Choir (Adult) Monday

$399* 7:15-9:45 p.m.

Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir The Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir was founded in September 2004 by conductor Shana Yang. This group is comprised of enthusiastic members who are not only committed to choir, but also to community service. The choir’s mandate is to promote multiculturalism in Canada through Chinese arts by enriching the appreciation of music to its members. Translated into English, “Zhi-Yin” means friends in music. Like the name suggests, we hope that through our choir experience, we can grow to better understand music and, through this shared experience, build friendships. Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir Sunday

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

$200* 5-8 p.m.

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Orchestras & String Ensembles The Orchestral Program at the Mount Royal Conservatory provides a quality ensemble experience for young string, woodwind, brass and percussion players from Calgary and surrounding area. With six strings-based ensembles and one full orchestra, the Mount Royal Conservatory string orchestra program is one of the most comprehensive in Canada.

Junior Orchestra Program The Junior Orchestra Program offers five ensembles for string players ages 7-15. By audition, students are placed in the ensemble that best suits their needs, at the discretion of the Junior Orchestra Program Coordinator and ensemble directors. Preparatory Strings: the entry-level ensemble for strings. All first year orchestra members will start in this group. Pre-Chamber Strings A & B: string orchestras in which members benefit from further ensemble skills in preparation for the Chamber or Junior Strings. Most players have one year of experience in the Preparatory Strings or its equivalent. Chamber Strings: a small orchestra for ages 8-12 who will benefit from detailed training. Members should have at least 2 years of orchestral training. Junior Strings: a large string ensemble investigating more advanced repertoire for orchestra members ages 10-15. Minimum RCM Grade IV level preferred.

Calgary Youth Orchestra The Calgary Youth Orchestra (CYO) is the flagship orchestra in Mount Royal Conservatory’s Orchestral Program. Internationally recognized as one of Canada’s leading youth orchestras, the CYO provides solid training in orchestral playing with professional coaching from some of the best local, national and international clinicians and conductors. Workshops with guest conductors and visiting orchestras are a regular program feature. The CYO performs a series of concerts throughout the year and participates in the annual Alberta Youth Orchestra Symposium with the Edmonton Youth Orchestra in Banff. Since 1970 the orchestra has toured internationally, and continues to do so, usually every second year. Acceptance into the orchestra is by competitive audition in May each year, and is open to students aged 14 to 24. The CYO is supported by the Calgary Youth Orchestra Society, an independent not-for-profit society which works to provide enhanced performance opportunities for the orchestra.

Sign up for auditions starting April 1, 2017. Please visit our website mru.ca/conservatory

Conservatory Strings Conservatory Strings is an award-winning ensemble for advanced string players, ages 12 to 16. This orchestra performs music from the professional repertoire, and a high degree of commitment is expected. In addition to weekly rehearsals, players participate in an annual workshop with a guest conductor. The Conservatory Strings have produced two CDs, and have been recorded by the CBC.

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Instrumental Ensembles Mount Royal Chamber Flutes

Adult Band Beginner

For ages 13+

Mount Royal Adult Beginner Band is open to anyone with a desire to learn to play an instrument in a concert band setting. We make music in a fun, non-threatening, non-competitive, positive environment. If you would like an opportunity to learn to play an instrument in a group setting, much like a school band, this is the group for you. No previous experience is required. You will start with the basics and keep learning. If you have been inactive in your playing for some time, this is an opportunity to re-learn your instrument.

Mount Royal Chamber Flutes are open to anyone with a desire to become a better flute player, a better musician and to have fun in the process. Whether you take private lessons or not, everyone is welcome to join. Rehearsals are 1.25 Hours

Mount Royal Chamber Flutes I

Concert band instruments include: flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, French horn, baritone, tuba and percussion.

Open to adults and high school students. Recommended playing level: RCM grade 4 - 6

Mount Royal Chamber Flutes II

Adult Band Beginner

Open to adults and advanced high school students. Recommended playing level: RCM grade 8

CRN 1205

If you are unsure of your level of playing please contact Lucie Jones, 403.202.8765, to determine which level would be most suitable for you. Mount Royal Chamber Flutes

$245

CRN 1208

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

6:30-7:45 p.m.

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CRN 1209

16 classes

Feb. 6-Jun. 12

8-9:15 p.m.

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$230

Beginner/Intermediate CRN 1621

14 classes

Feb. 2-May 25

6:30-7:30 p.m.

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14 classes

Feb. 2-May 25

7:30-8:30 p.m.

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Advanced CRN 1622

Adult Band Intermediate

The MRU Junior High Band program will offer an exciting musical experience to students in grades 6 to 9 looking to try a new instrument, meet other musicians their age, or be a part of a musical team. This unique band experience includes weekly rehearsals, small group clinics, performance opportunities, as well as aural and theoretical training facilitated by experienced music educators in a relaxed yet structured environment. $350

Grade 6-7 15 classes

Feb. 3-May 26

7-9 p.m.

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15 classes

Feb. 3-May 26

7-9 p.m.

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Grade 8-9 CRN 1318

15 classes

$289 Feb. 1-May 31

7-9 p.m.

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If you’re an amateur brass player, we have a new horizon for you. MRU Conservatory is looking for trumpet, french horn, trombone, baritone and tuba players (and percussionists) age 15 & up to join the Horizon Brass ensemble. This unique ensemble, under the direction of Natalie DeJong, focuses on sound, balance and blend through a variety of challenging and rewarding chamber music for brass. With Horizon Brass you can: • perform in public • enhance your musicianship • enjoy collaborating with other musicians • add to your musical resumé Acceptance by informal auditions. Applicants should prepare two short contrasting solos, studies or etudes for a 15-minute audition. No accompaniment necessary. To arrange for an audition, call 403.440.6839.

CRN 1612

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Mount Royal Intermediate Band is an extension of the Beginner Band if you are up for the challenge of playing in a mixed level group, have at least one year experience with your instrument and can read music, this could be your group to join. We have the same positive, fun environment as noted above.

Horizon Brass 15+ yrs

Junior High Band

CRN 1319

7-8:30 p.m.

Horizon Brass 15+ yrs

Fiddle Classes focus on different bowing patterns, developing technical skills like vibrato, learning different fiddling styles and touching base on back-up fiddle and harmony. You should be able to play well enough to focus on the music and not just your instrument. Fiddle Classes

Feb. 7-May 30

Adult Band Intermediate

CRN 1204

Fiddle Classes Beginner/Intermediate and Advanced

15 classes

$289

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

10 classes

$255 Feb. 6-May 15

7-8 p.m.

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Performance Outreach For all ages! 4 one hour masterclasses plus 4 performances within the Calgary community such as nursing homes, senior citizens homes, hospitals, schools and community centres of the Sundays following each class. Performance outreach is open to all ages and instruments including voice and speech art students, and includes all genres of music. The purpose is to bring performance experience together with community outreach through students volunteering their talents. The program bring a positive performing experience to those wishing to perform in a more casual and interactive environment. Students will receive a certificate from MRU Conservatory with a list of their volunteer performances. Performance Outreach

$125

CRN 1611

4 classes

Feb. 25-May 27

4-5 p.m.

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CRN 1610

4 classes

Feb. 22-May 24

5:30-6:30 p.m.

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Instrumental Ensembles

Music Theory & History

Jazz Connection Big Band

Music Theory, History & Composition

Music students from across the city of Calgary and surrounding area will have the opportunity to participate in a jazz big band under the direction of leading musicians in the Calgary jazz community. With a focus on improvisation skills, advanced ensemble playing, repertoire development and performance nuance, students in this ensemble will enhance their ability to perform and enjoy jazz!

For all ages

Jazz Connection Big Band CRN 1624

13 classes

$265 Feb. 2-May 25

6:30-8 p.m.

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De Boeck Jazz Combo For jazz students and enthusiasts alike, Jazz Studies Combos provides the opportunity to develop the ensemble and improvisational skills necessary to perform in a jazz context. Examples of course content include: 12 bar blues chorus form, 32 bar chorus form, standard song repertoire, sight reading, basic theory to assist in developing improvisation techniques, rhythm exercises, transcribed solos with analysis as models for improvisation, performing in various styles De Boeck Jazz Combo

$345

CRN 1512

17 classes

Feb. 7-May 30

6-7 p.m.

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CRN 1513

17 classes

Feb. 8-May 31

6-7 p.m.

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Sax Quartet Saxophone students from across the city of Calgary and surrounding area will have the opportunity to participate in a saxophone quartet under the direction of the renowned MRU Conservatory saxophone faculty. With a focus on advanced ensemble playing, repertoire development and performance nuance, students in this ensemble will enhance their ability to perform and enjoy chamber music! Sax Quartet CRN 1623

$290 12 classes

Feb. 7-May 16

7-8 p.m.

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Mount Royal University Conservatory offers group classes and private instruction in all theoretical and practical subjects, in accordance with the national standard as established by the Royal Conservatory of Music and Conservatory Canada. Not all Music Theory and History subjects or levels may be available as group classes each year.

Rudiments

Basic, Intermediate and Advanced: Learn the essential building blocks of music theory: notes, scales, keys, chords and rhythms. Also includes aural skills (interval recognition, sight singing, cadence recognition, melodic dictation).

Harmony Basic: Laying the foundation for further studies in Harmony, Counterpoint, Analysis and Composition. Intermediate: A continuation of Basic Harmony, exploring the minor mode and introducing the process of modulation (changing key) and the use of 7th chords. Advanced: Demonstrates how the Romantic composers expanded on the style of Classical composers, with special emphasis on chromatic harmony. The Counterpoint portion of Advanced Harmony hones melody-writing skills and culminates in the student’s creation of two-part contrapuntal compositions.

Counterpoint

The art of combining two or more melodies within the harmonic framework explored in Basic and Intermediate Harmony.

Analysis

The analysis of repertoire ranging from Baroque fugues, classical sonatas and Romantic lieder to 20th Century compositions.

Stoll Jazz Ensemble

History

Jazz ensemble welcomes young jazz musicans of high school and university age. The ensemble of 4-8 musicians plays in a traditional combo setting, but also explores non-traditional improvised possibilites in a jazz context. Interested students must speak with the combo instructor prior to registering. Please contact the conservatory office for details 403.440.6821.

History 1: An overview of all historical periods from the Baroque to the 20th Century.

Stoll Jazz Ensemble

$400

CRN 1515

14 classes

Feb. 7-Jun. 6

8-9 p.m.

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CRN 1516

14 classes

Feb. 7-Jun. 6

9-10 p.m.

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History 2: A closer look at the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical periods. History 3: An in-depth look at the Romantic era and the 20th Century, and delving into the history of Canadian music.

Composition

Offered as private lessons both on- and off-campus with one of our faculty composers. Group instruction may be arranged by request.

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Speech Arts & Drama Rhymes and Rhythms

Act Up, Speak Out! 6-9 yrs

The developmental approach and small class size encourage young children to develop clear, expressive speech and confident communication. The class atmosphere is supportive and dynamic, allowing both shy and confident children an opportunity to learn and grow.

Children have fun, build confidence, and discover the power of the voice and the pleasure of language and literature in the creative, dynamic atmosphere of our Act Up Speak Out program. Imagination and creativity take centre stage as students explore a variety of contemporary and classic literature through creative drama, improvisation, storytelling, and group performance. The collaborative, encouraging atmosphere is great for reluctant children and soon-to-be stars alike! .

Children develop a love of literature as they explore rhymes and rhythms of nursery rhymes and poetry, responding to the literature physically, vocally and imaginatively through movement, storytelling and choral speaking. Drama games and role play activities stimulate the imagination, and promote problem solving and self esteem as children work collaboratively within the group. Rhymes and Rhythms

CRN 1340

12 classes 12 classes

Feb. 7-May 9 Feb. 7-May 9

10:30-11:30 a.m. 1:30-2:30 p.m.

CRN 1341

6-7 yrs 12 classes

Feb. 1-May 10

6:30-7:30 p.m.

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CRN 1346

12 classes

Feb. 2-May 11

5:30-6:30 p.m.

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CRN 1347

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 13

10-11 a.m.

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CRN 1348

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 13

10-11 a.m.

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8-9 yrs

4 yrs CRN 1339

$320

CRN 1345

$275

4-5 yrs CRN 1343

Act Up, Speak Out! 6-9 yrs

12 classes

Feb. 5-May 14

10-11 a.m.

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CRN 1349

12 classes

Feb. 2-May 11

6:30-7:30 p.m.

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CRN 1350

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 13

11 a.m.-noon

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12 classes

Feb. 1-May 10

4:30-5:30 p.m.

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CRN 1344

12 classes

Feb. 1-May 10

5:30-6:30 p.m.

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CRN 1342

12 classes

Feb. 5-May 14

11 a.m.-noon

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5 yrs

Storybook Series 4-5 yrs Children will step into some of their favourite and soon-to-be-favourite storybooks, experiencing them through creative drama, storytelling and dramatic play. The stories will come to life as we give voice to character and narration and collaborate in building new stories and dramatic scenarios. Creativity and imagination are at the forefront of these playful classes that will assist children to find their voices and the joy of communication and storytelling. Storybook Series 4-5 yrs

$80

Wild About Winter CRN 1320

4 classes

Feb. 4-Mar. 11

11 a.m.-noon

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Feb. 4-Mar. 11

1-2 p.m.

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Apr. 22-May 13

11 a.m.-noon

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Apr. 22-May 13

1-2 p.m.

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Fairy Tale Magic CRN 1321

4 classes

Wild Things! CRN 1322

4 classes

Stories of Spring CRN 1323

4 classes

Shakespeare Performance Ensemble Join the Mount Royal Shakespeare specialists and directors extraordinaire on a journey into the wonderful world of Shakespeare performance! The Shakespeare Performance Ensemble is a chance for speech arts and drama students in junior and senior high to work with their fellow students, build skills, and have a great time. The ensemble is an invaluable opportunity to learn, grow and perform. Shakespeare Performance Ensemble CRN 1643

8 classes

Feb. 5-Apr. 23

$225 1-3 p.m.

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Speakers Tool Kit - Children and Teens Access the influence of your voice and discover your unique communication style as you build tools to support you as you read aloud, make a point, tell a story or give a speech. Get connected to your voice and feel its command as you learn strategies to relax, access the support of breath, and release a full, free sound. Harness the power of language and bring words to life as we explore the sound dynamics and structure of a variety of texts in both solo and collaborative reading and performance. Communicate your ideas using storytelling and public speaking techniques organizing and shaping a narrative for maximum impact. Speakers Tool Kit - Children and Teens

$120

10-12 yrs CRN 1324

4 classes

Apr. 23-May 14

1-2:30 p.m.

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4 classes

Apr. 23-May 14

2:30-4 p.m.

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13-17 yrs CRN 1325

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

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Speech Arts & Drama Speakers Tool Kit - Adults

Debate Club Junior and Intermediate

Access the influence of your voice and discover your unique communication style as you build tools to support you as you read aloud, make a point, tell a story or give a speech. Get connected to your voice and feel its command as you learn strategies to relax, access the support of breath, and release a full, free sound. Harness the power of language and bring words to life as we explore the sound dynamics and structure of a variety of texts in both solo and collaborative reading and performance. Communicate your ideas using storytelling and public speaking techniques, organizing and shaping a narrative for maximum impact.

For School Grades 6 - 9. Suitable for new and experienced debaters. The Conservatory’s Debate Club will provide opportunities to learn the ins-and-outs of parliamentary style debate in an exciting, challenging environment. Work in teams to research, practice and deliver powerful debates on a range of interesting topics. Students will have the time to polish their speaking skills as well as become quick-witted debaters.

Speakers Tool Kit - Adults

$120

Debate Club Junior and Intermediate

$215

Grade 6-8 Junior CRN 1639

12 classes

CRN 1002

4 classes

Feb. 23-Mar. 16

7:15-8:45 p.m.

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Grade 7-9 Intermediate

CRN 1326

4 classes

Apr. 23-May 14

4-5:30 p.m.

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CRN 1640

12 classes

Jan. 11-Apr. 12

5:30-6:45 p.m.

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Jan. 11-Apr. 12

5:30-6:45 p.m.

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Speechworks Speechworks is an exciting opportunity for students to experience the enriched content of private-lesson study in the dynamic atmosphere of a group class. The achievement of excellence in personal performance goals is the aim of the Speechworks program. The curriculum is directly linked to the RCM Examinations Speech & Drama syllabus, and offers training in a full range of speech and drama skills including: •

voice development (expression and clarity of speech, good posture and breath control) public speaking and storytelling mime and movement sight reading and interpretation of a variety of literature including poetry, prose, and drama.

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Speechworks School grades 2-4 / RCM grades 1-3

$350

CRN 1632

14 classes

Feb. 2-May 25

5:30-6:30 p.m.

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CRN 1635

14 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 3

9-10 a.m.

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CRN 1636

14 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 3

9-10 a.m.

CRN 1633

14 classes

Feb. 2-May 25

S $435

School grades 5-7 / RCM grades 4-6 yrs 6:30-7:45 p.m.

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Senior Debate Club For School Grades 9 - 12. This class is designed for students that have previously participated in MRU Conservatory’s Junior Debate Club or have debated for at least one year in a school program. Senior Debate Club CRN 1641

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12 classes

$255 Jan. 11-Apr. 12

7-8:30 p.m.

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World Music Mount Royal University Conservatory is going global! This year, the Conservatory is excited to expand our music programs to include: Chinese Classical Music, Raga Musici and Japanese Taiko Drumming.

Chinese Classical Music Private Lessons Calgary is a global platform for music, as the city is home to many culturally diverse communities. Eager to promote Eastern Classical music studies at Mount Royal Conservatory, we are excited to announce that students interested in Chinese classical music now have to opportunity to study Erhu, Dizi, Guzheng, and voice at the Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. China has a historically rich musical tradition whose influence has had far reaching impact inspiring the work of composers and musicians throughout the world. Erhu A two stringed bowed instrument, it is one of the most popular and versatile Chinese musical instruments. Capable of playing lyrically beautiful melodies or high energy virtuosic works, the erhu can be heard in traditional as well as contemporary music, even being featured as a solo instrument with western style orchestras. Dizi A Chinese transverse flute made of bamboo. The dizi is an expressive instrument and widely used in Chinese folk music, Chinese opera, and is a key instrument in today’s modern Chinese orchestra. Students will enjoy exploring the energy and brilliance of the dizi under the instruction of Jiajia Li a passionate and active flute performer who plays both dizi and western transverse flute Guzheng The Chinese zither is a plucked string instrument with a rich history. The guzheng is the most commonly played Chinese classical instrument due to the instruments ability to accompany as well as be a featured melodic instrument. Repertoire for this instrument is broad and takes advantage of the unique sound and character of the instrument. Voice As with all forms of music around the world, the voice is a key musical element, capable of infusing music with text. Ancient and modern Chinese poetry has inspired composers across history resulting in a wealth of music for voice that touches on every emotion and aspect of life, making the voice the most expressive of instruments. Private lesson rates for Chinese Classical Instruments for the 2016/17 season for $30 per 1/2 hours. A coordinator will contact you directly to assist with your placement for the term. Once the number, length, time and day for your lessons has been determined, please call 403.440.6821 during office hours to register.

Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir The Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir was founded in September 2004 by conductor Shana Yang. This group is comprised of enthusiastic members who are not only committed to choir, but also to community service. The choir’s mandate is to promote multiculturalism in Canada through Chinese arts by enriching the appreciation of music to its members. Translated into English, “Zhi-Yin” means friends in music. Like the name suggests, we hope that through our choir experience, we can grow to better understand music and, through this shared experience, build friendships. Calgary Zhi-Yin Choir

$200*

Sunday

5-8 p.m.

*Fees pro-rated if joining in Winter Term 2017. For Jan. 2017 enrollment, please contact Claudia Hasan-Nielsen, Coordinator, Academy & Choral Programs: 403.440.6832, chasannielsen@mtroyal.ca

Latin Percussion This course will focus on the history, rhythms, and communication of Latin music through percussion; i.e. timbales tubadoras, bongos, cajón, cumaco, culo e puya. We will examine the basic combinations that create the complex relationships among the different percussion instruments with origins in Peru, Afro Venezuelan, Afro Cuban, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and Columbia. The goal of this course is to create a future generation of Latin percussionists in Calgary. Latin Percussion CRN 1677

$135

6 classes

Feb. 7-Mar. 14

7 p.m.

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Carnatic Raga Music Learn Master Compositions of the Trinity with Manodharma Students will be taught specific compositions of Carnatic Music Trinity, i.e., Thyagaraja, Mudduswami Dikshitar and Syama Sastri. Compositions will be chosen to present a diversity of raga-s, tala-s, and languages. Students will learn and apply concepts in manodharma (improvisation), e.g. raga alapana, niraval, and kalpanasvaram. Carnatic Raga Music CRN 1614

8 classes

$175 Feb. 4-Mar. 25

3-4 p.m.

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Taiko Drumming Taiko is the art of Japanese drumming. Traditionally performed for religious, theatre, and communication purposes, taiko is developing into a popular performance art. Taiko is now seen in many countries around the world, and Canada’s first taiko ensemble was formed in 1979. Classes will focus on introducing and developing basic striking skills, proper stance and posture, and learning taiko ensemble pieces with basic choreography, with respect to all four elements of taiko: • • • •

kokoro (spirit: self-control and playing from the heart) waza (action: musicianship, skill, and technique) karada (body: physical strength and endurance) rei(etiquette: respect, courtesy and unity)

No drumming or musical experience is necessary to learn and love taiko. Taiko Drumming CRN 1650 M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

$175

8 classes

Feb. 5-Apr. 9

7-8:30 p.m.

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Dance Programs Intro to Dance Theatre (15+ yrs)

Kathak Dance

This creative movement class is designed to get everyone grooving. We will be exploring the creative possibilities in the human body and using well-defined movement exercises to develop physical awareness, skills, and fitness. Explore how to bring healthy habits into the body, structurally (alignment) and emotionally. Don’t worry, no ballet barres in this class!

Kathak Dance, a form of Indian Classical Dance where in movement and action, both lyrical and rhythmic, express Indian culture and storytelling drawing upon India’s rich cultural past but also expressing the beauty and energy of Indian culture.This is a full year class.Please sign up for both semesters.

Intro to Dance Theatre (15+ yrs) CRN 1649

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 13

$265 1-3 p.m.

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Kathak Dance 6-9 yrs

$279.50

Level 1 CRN 1647

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

3-4 p.m.

16 classes

Feb. 4-Jun. 10

3-4 p.m.

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Level 2

Creative Dance

CRN 1362

This course introduces children to a positive, inclusive, and noncompetitive dance program that fosters creativity while building movement skills. Movement exercises are fun, engaging and based on movement principles in Modern Dance. Students will develop a strong foundation for movement, and begin to develop a responsive and articulate body for creative exploration. Students will participate in a show alongside music students at the end of the term. Creative Dance

Kathak Dance 9-12 yrs

S $662.50

Level 1 CRN 1363

16 classes

Feb. 5-Jun. 11

5-6:15 p.m.

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Guitar Courses

$275

4-5 yrs CRN 1367

12 classes

Feb. 4-May 27

9:30-10:15 a.m.

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12 classes

Feb. 4-May 27

10:15-11 a.m.

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5-6 yrs CRN 1368

Indigenous Dance Explore the fundamental aspects of pow-wow and hoop dancing while placing it in the context of history and cultural preservation. Powwow dance and hoop dance are high cardiovascular, skills-based dance forms that promote improvisation and creative thinking skills. Discover the music that accompanies these dances, while studying the spiritual and social aspects of these dances in various Indigenous cultures. $175

6-12 yrs CRN 1651

5 Classes

Feb. 21-Mar. 21

5-7:30 p.m.

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13 yrs+ CRN 1652

Join our fun and easy-going group; learn to play basic chords so you’ll be able to play your favourite songs. Learn cool riffs from well-known songs and scales that are used in the solos of your favourite artists. No musical experience necessary. Guitar Level 1 (15 yrs+)

Pow-wow and Hoop Dance Indigenous Dance

Indigenous Dance

Guitar Level 1

CRN 1619

16 classes

$235 Feb. 6-Jun. 12

6-7 p.m.

Guitar Level 2 Level 2 is a continuation, not a repeat of Beginner Guitar Level 1. Guitar Level 2 (15 yrs+) CRN 1620

16 classes

$235 Feb. 6-Jun. 12

7:15-8:15 p.m.

Feb. 21-Mar. 21

7:30-9 p.m.

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Guitar Level 3 Guitar Level 3 (15 yrs+)

5 Classes

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CRN 1648

16 classes

$235 Feb. 7-Jun. 13

7-8 p.m.

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Private Lessons Every person, every age, and every level of development Private lessons are available in all areas of music and speech instruction for all ages and levels of development, either on-campus or in many Calgary communities taught by highly qualified professional teachers and performers with real-life musical experience. Lessons taught in a variety of styles including: blues, classical, contemporary, country, flamenco, folk, jazz, latin, popular, rock, traditional, and much more. All tailored to your interests. New students must complete an online lesson placement request form (http://www.mtroyal.ca/Conservatory/lessonform.shtml). A coordinator will contact you directly to assist with your placement for the term. Once the number, length, time and day for your lessons has been determined, or please call 403.440.6821 during office hours to register. Fees: $78 ‑ $100/hr.

Strings

Brass

Violin Viola Cello Double Bass Guitar Harp

Trumpet French Horn Trombone Euphonium Tuba

Voice Woodwinds Flute Clarinet Oboe Bassoon Saxophone

Percussion Piano/Keyboard Chinese Instruments Erhu Dizi Guzheng

Music Theory Music History

Music Training Boosts Brain Development It’s what parents and teachers dream of: early music training is proven to help children succeed in the long run. Music training for youngsters increases the neural connections in regions of the brain associated with creativity, decision making, and complex memory, according to studies from the Society for Neuroscience. And it doesn’t end there.

• Music training leads to improved overall IQ, particularly in language and math

• Better emotional resilience • Bolstered self confidence

Composition

• Improved attention and concentration

Speech Arts & Drama

• Enhanced social skills and empathy

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Custom Workshops & Clinics Mount Royal University Conservatory is committed to supporting non-profit music education in our community and creating exceptional learning opportunities for young performers. We will work with you to design custom workshops or clinics for any size ensemble music program at Mount Royal University Conservatory — programs that are tailored to both your budget, needs and schedule. •

concert bands and wind ensembles

jazz bands, ensembles and combos

choirs/choral groups

strings

orchestras

professional development workshops for teachers

Experience the MRU Conservatory Difference Not only will you be working with Western Canada’s most experienced and comprehensive music school, you will have access to superior facilities like our new Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts. •

state-of-the-art studios, masterclass suites, large ensemble rehearsal rooms and new performance spaces which will accommodate full orchestras and mass choirs

professional performance theatres

catering or access to on-campus food service options

MRU carries comprehensive liability insurance as a public, postsecondary institution

workshops can include access to MRU recreational facilities, including the Aquatic Centre, Stanley Gymnasium and Climbing Centre

diverse offering of supplementary music options

To discuss your requirements, e-mail jroggensack@mtroyal.ca

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Academy for Gifted Youth Entrance to all Academy programs is by audition only. Applications will be accepted starting Wednesday, February 15 and close Friday, April 14, 2017. An enrichment program providing intensive musical training of the highest quality to today’s outstanding young artists. The Academy Program offers participants a balanced, performancebased course of study, as well as opportunities to meet and perform with professional musicians and renowned teachers. Specific training includes sessions with acclaimed musicians in private lessons, small group classes and masterclasses; individual sessions with an assigned collaborative pianist; chamber music coachings; frequent recitals aimed at developing confidence and stage presence, and participation in a large ensemble for those students who play orchestral instruments. Through regular performances, participants gain valuable experience in a variety of settings for audiences that may consist of their peers, faculty members, guest artists and the public. The Academy Program offers gifted young musicians the opportunity to progress at an accelerated pace. Graduates who continue with their musical studies are much sought-after by leading post-secondary music schools both in Canada, the United States and Europe. The Academy Program’s reputation is known and respected throughout the world.

Strings, Piano, Woodwinds, Brass & Percussion The Academy’s instrumental program is divided into four levels: Junior Academy: for students ages 6-12 who would benefit from the extensive technical enrichment provided at this level. Emphasis is on developing technical proficiency and musical skills; Intermediate Academy: for students between the ages of 8 and 14 who are playing advanced repertoire, but who are still developing their performance skills; Associate Academy: for students ages 10+ who are playing advanced repertoire (RCM Grade 8 and up); and Senior Academy: students ages 10-18 who are playing advanced repertoire and are musically mature. In addition, we are pleased to offer an Honours class, which is suitable for extraordinary young talents accelerating at a pace beyond their age. New students are placed in the program based on the results of their audition, while those already in the Academy are required to re-audition yearly to maintain or move on to the next level. Students not placed into one of these levels may be considered for Academy Participant status.

Guitar The Academy guitar program is for enthusiastic, ambitious young players seeking a well-rounded music education. This cost-effective program is designed as a supplement to a student’s private guitar lessons, offering a group environment where they may further develop their playing ability, performance skills, theoretical foundation and overall musicianship. With Junior, Intermediate, Associate and Senior levels, the program includes dedicated young players as well as aspiring professionals. M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

Voice This is a comprehensive, credit-free training program for singers ages 13-19 who exhibit a sincere desire and the vocal talent to become a classical singer. The vocal program is a supplement to private voice lessons, focusing on the educational needs of the developing singer and offering large and small ensemble performing experience. Singing in monthly recitals is required and lectures pertaining to the study of classical voice are part of this program. For full information on the Academy for Gifted Youth, visit mtroyal.ca/ academy

Wyatt Artist in Residence Program In music, as in other disciplines, artists often point to an educational encounter with, or transformational performance by a great artist as the inspiration for their commitment to a life in the performing arts. The Wyatt Artist in Residence Program strives to provide our Academy students with those transformational experiences, bringing them together with the very best mentors in their field and closing the loop between emerging talent and truly great artists of our time. This important component of the Academy for Gifted Youth was initiated by an anonymous supporter in honour of Hal Wyatt and his wife, Marnie. Since its inception, the Wyatt program has afforded our students the opportunity to hear and study with an incredible array of true international stars in intimate masterclass settings. Past artists in residence include: James Ehnes, Nicola Benedetti and Ian Swensen, violin; Laurence Lesser, Lynn Harrell and Franz Helmerson, cello; Anton Kuerti, Gabriela Montero and Yuja Wang, piano; the Assad Brothers, guitar; Susanne Mentzer, Russell Braun and New York Polyphony, voice; and the New Orford and Vogler quartets. For more information, visit mtroyal.ca/wyatt

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Advanced Performance Program Applications are accepted between Nov. 15, 2016 and Feb. 15, 2017 A unique program for aspiring professional musicians who wish to intensively hone their performance technique, musicianship, and collaboration skills in an inspiring, supportive environment. In our program, highly self-motivated students, while being artistically challenged, will have the flexibility to work toward their goals and prepare themselves to succeed in future academic and professional endeavors. The Advanced Performance Program is for music students at the undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate levels. However, exceptional students of high school age will also be considered. The Advanced Performance Program is an intensive, non-credit program which runs from September to May each year and can be pursued for 1, 2 or 3 years.

Primary Instrument The Advanced Performance Program is open to students in the following disciplines: • Strings • Piano • Brass • Woodwinds • Preformed chamber music ensembles* • Guitar* • Percussion* • Voice*

* By special arrangement: Please contact Julia Haager or Kirill Kalmykov, co-Program Administrators for more information, 403.440.6590, academychoral@mtroyal.ca

Advanced Performance Program students wishing to pursue B.Mus. or M.Mus. degrees while participating in the APP program can do so through a collaborative initiative between the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University Conservatory. Students must apply to and fulfill entrance requirements for both institutions. Interested students should contact Claudia Hasan-Nielsen, Program Coordinator, Academy for Gifted Youth for more information: chasannielsen@mtroyal.ca

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How to Register

Register for private lessons & group classes

In Person

Online

For Private Lessons

Register in person any time during regular office hours:

To register online, the student being registered must have a Mount Royal Student ID number:

To register for private lessons, please call main office at 403.440.6821

M to R, 8:30 am - 8 pm F, 8:30 am ‑ 7 pm S, 9 am - 1 pm

A coordinator will contact you to assist with your placement for the term.

• If you are registering anyone other than

Closed Sundays and statutory holidays. Winter closure: noon, Dec. 24, 2016 - Jan. 2, 2017. Office Location:

yourself, please ensure that the person being registered has his/her own MRU Student ID number.

Once the number, length, time and day for your lessons has been determined, you can register online, or call 403.440.6821 during office hours.

• If you are registering your child and he/she

does not have an existing student ID number, you cannot use a parent’s student ID number to register that child — you will need to create a new student ID for that child.

Mount Royal University Conservatory Main Reception Ground Level, ED0300 Taylor Centre for the Performing Arts 4825 Mount Royal Gate SW

By Phone Call 403.440.6821 during office hours Please have your Visa or MasterCard number ready. Your registration will be confirmed over the phone.

Choose the appropriate link on our Register Now web page for your online course registration, either for registering a student under 18 years of age, or if you are 18+ years of age and registering for courses. For group classes that have already started, please call 403.440.6821 to register.

Please note: there may be longer than average wait times for phone registration during peak registration periods.

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MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORY PRESENTS

CONCERT SEASON 2016/17

Raghav

Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band

WED • Jan. 18, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

SUN • Jan. 29, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

Raghav is a globally recognized singer, songwriter and Calgarian. He has released 3 studio albums (Storyteller, Identity & The Phoenix) which include singles that have charted in the UK, Canada and around the world. Always creating, he continues to collaborate with world-renowned artists like Nelly, Kardinal Offishall and A. R. Rahman. Raghav performs his debut at the Bella Concert Hall with a new concert experience for his hometown fans.

One of the most versatile and soulful musicians in jazz, drummer and composer Brian Blade moved to New Orleans at age 18 to perform with Crescent City stars, Ellis Marsalis, Johnny Vidacovich and Harold Battiste. While developing as a bandleader, he formed The Fellowship Band with Jon Cowherd and Chris Thomas. In 2000, he joined jazz legend Wayne Shorter’s all-star quartet who toured the world and recorded four albums, including GRAMMY® Awardwinning Without a Net.

Antigona

Canadian Guitar Quartet

WED • Feb. 8, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

FRI • Mar. 10, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

Since its debut in 1999, the Canadian Guitar Quartet (CGQ) has toured extensively in North and South America, from one standing ovation to the next, establishing a reputation as one of the finest guitar ensembles in the world. The CGQ has appeared with orchestras across Canada, and has recorded three critically acclaimed CDs. Their mix of dynamic original music and classical masterpieces make a CGQ concert an unforgettable experience.

Sophocles’ classic play Antigone resonates with flamenco, which is based not in any one culture or region, but on the strength of family. Noche Flamenca’s Artistic Director Martín Santangelo was inspired to create a flamenco interpretation focusing on her humanity and quest to bury her brother, regardless of the circumstances. The company’s mission is to create a diverse theatrical performance through song, music and dance that expresses a spellbinding aesthetic in the form of flamenco.

Cowtown Opera

Avital Meets Avital

Presents... Guilty Pleasures

SUN • Apr. 2, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 2 PM Everyone has a guilty pleasure. Whether it’s watching reality TV or singing your favourite Disney hits in the shower, it’s time to turn off the water and let your guilty pleasure shine. Calgary’s Englishlanguage opera company, Cowtown Opera invites you to laugh at their musical parody of the ABC show The Bachelor, then sing along to hits from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Frozen, The Lion King and many more! All the magic of Disney… with all the comforts of home!

WED • Mar. 15, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM Avital meets Avital is a dialogue between two musicians who come from different worlds. GRAMMY®-nominee mandolinist, Avi Avital, comes from a classical tradition and award-winning bass virtuoso and oud player, Omer Avital, is an acclaimed jazz performer and composer. Together they draw on the diverse influences of Moroccan, Israeli, North African and Mediterranean sounds and rhythms to create a musical melting pot where the finesse of chamber music meets the raw emotional energy of jazz.

The Queen, the Bear and the Bumblebee

Pedrito Martinez Group

Come enter the magical world of The Queen, the Bear & the Bumblebee, based on the award-winning CD with story by Dini Petty and music by Canadian composers Andrew Homzy and Mark Goldman. This Calgary-born production led by Erin Thrall will feature new choreography by Yukichi Hattori, narration by Samantha Whelan Kotkas, special guest soloists and the Bumblebee Band and Children’s Choir.

A master of Afro-Cuban folkloric music, Pedro Pablo “Pedrito” Martinez plays the monumentally complex Oru seco exquisitely on each drum, or on all three at once. He’s also the world’s firstcall rumbero – playing, singing and dancing with dozens of groups on over 100 recordings and appearing in films including Calle 54 (2000) and Chico & Rita (2010). Pedrito has collaborated with Wynton Marsalis, Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga and more.

SUN • Apr. 23, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 2 PM

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MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY CONSERVATORY PRESENTS

CONCERT SEASON 2016/17

Jan Lisiecki

Zukerman Trio

Calgary-born pianist Jan Lisiecki’s insightful interpretations, refined technique, and affinity for art give him a musical voice that belies his age. In 2013, he received the Leonard Bernstein Award at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival and was named Gramophone magazine’s Young Artist of the Year. Highlights include his performance with Claudio Abbado and Orchestra Mozart and BBC Proms with Sir Antonio Pappano. To rave reviews, he debuted at Carnegie Hall with Yannick Nézet-Séguin in January 2016.

A prodigious talent recognized worldwide for his artistry, Pinchas Zukerman has been an inspiration to young musicians throughout his life. In a continuing effort to motivate future generations of musicians through education and outreach, the renowned artist teamed up with cellist Amanda Forsyth and pianist Angela Cheng to offer trio repertoire to their worldwide audiences. The ensemble has appeared in Japan, China, Spain, Italy, France, Hungary, South Africa, Istanbul, Russia and throughout the United States.

Wu Man & Friends

Kronos Quartet

FRI • Jan. 20, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

FRI • Mar. 3, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

FRI • Feb. 17, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

WED • Mar. 22, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

Recognized as the world’s premier pipa virtuoso and leading ambassador of Chinese music, GRAMMY® Award-nominated musician Wu Man has carved out a career as a soloist, educator and composer giving her lute-like instrument a new role in both traditional and contemporary music. A member of the famed Silk Road Ensemble, Wu Man has premiered hundreds of new works worldwide, while spearheading multimedia projects to preserve and create awareness of China’s ancient musical traditions.

For more than 40 years, the Kronos Quartet has pursued a singular artistic vision, combining a spirit of fearless exploration with a commitment to continually re-imagining the string quartet experience. In the process, Kronos has become one of the most celebrated and influential groups of our time, performing thousands of concerts worldwide, releasing over 50 recordings of extraordinary breadth and creativity and collaborating with many of the world’s most intriguing and accomplished composers and performers.

Journey LIVE!

Andrés Cárdenes with the CYO

Never the same each time it is played, Journey is an interactive parable, an anonymous online adventure to experience a person’s life passage and their intersections with others. In this unprecedented collaboration, live musicians respond to the actions of game players in real time on stage. The Chicagobased Fifth House Ensemble teams up with composer Austin Wintory to present an original, interactive live performance of his GRAMMY®-nominated score to the video game Journey.

Recognized worldwide as a musical phenomenon, GRAMMY®nominated Andrés Cárdenes parlays his myriad talents into one of classical music’s most versatile careers. An intensely passionate and personally charismatic artist, Cuban-born Cárdenes has garnered international acclaim from critics and audiences alike for his compelling performances as a violinist, conductor, violist, chamber musician, concertmaster and recording artist. Andrés Cárdenes is delighted to be sharing the stage with Mount Royal University Conservatory’s Calgary Youth Orchestra.

Land’s End Ensemble (with Evelyn Glennie)

Spotlight Series

FRI • May 26, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

TransAlta Pavilion ED2102

For two decades, JUNO®-nominated Land’s End Ensemble has captivated audiences with their high-calibre performances and innovative programming. To celebrate their 20th Anniversary season, world-renowned percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie – winner of over 80 international awards including the GRAMMY® Award and the Polar Music Prize – will be joining the ensemble for this gala concert. This special event will feature new works written by many of today’s leading composers.

A Sunday recital showcase of our diverse and talented instructors.

FRI • May 5, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

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SUN • May 14, 2017 • Bella Concert Hall • 7:30 PM

Admission by donation ($15 suggested). For more information visit: mru.ca/enjoy

Salon Series

TransAlta Pavilion ED2102 Historically, the Salon was a favourite meeting place for musicians of all styles to play, listen and collaborate. We’re bringing it back.

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Raghav JAN. 18, 2017

Wu Man & Friends MAR. 3, 2017

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CONCERT SEASON 2016/17 The Queen, the Bear and the Bumblebee APR. 23, 2017

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Health

Birth Doula

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Gain the 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

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

Program Format

• Complete the required course (23 hours) • Can be completed in 3 days

conted.mtroyal.ca/birthdoula

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Courses and Fees DONA International Birth Doula Training

23 Hours

CRN 30265

Apr. 21-22

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*Additional educational requirements apply: www.dona.org

Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator NEW!

Seminar

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 e ducation program for expectant parents.

Forensics

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Course O Prepare to provide comprehensive health care for recent victims of sexual assault. Understand how to provide support, take histories, gain consent, conduct examinations and carry out interventions as needed. Examine risk factors for assault, standards of practice, physical and psychological consequences of assault, forensic and non-forensic examination, injury identification, documentation, as well as discharge follow-up.

Lamaze Childbirth Educators are confident in teaching women and their families: • the fundamentals of Lamaze International’s Six Healthy Birth Practices • how to use and adapt evidence-based best practice guidelines to their specific birth setting • to be informed consumers of the healthcare system in Canada Seminar attendees typically include nurses, midwives, doulas, educators, physicians, physiotherapists and parents.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• Complete the required course (25 hours)

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For more information, contact cehealth@mtroyal.ca or mru.ca/conted

Benefits

Program Format

• Enhance your career as a Registered Nurse • Complete the required course (48 hours) to become a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner* • Can be completed within 1 semester • Learn to collect evidence and give conted.mtroyal.ca/forensics testimony in court 403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606 • Serve rural communities that do not have *Meets the requirements of the International specialized sexual assault teams Association of Forensic Nurses to prepare • Gain knowledge to help you work with sexual assault nurse examiners who wish victims of sexual assault in your role as to later write the optional certification social worker, lawyer or police officer examinations, www.forensicnurses.org Courses and Fees Sexual Assault Nurse (SANE) CRN 30677

Online

48 Hours

$599+GST

Jan. 9-Apr. 17

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Dementia Care

Benefits Continued

• Family caregivers can gain undestanding and meaningful experience to help support their loved ones

Certificate of Completion O

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.

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403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606 Courses and Fees Understanding Dementia CRN 30365

Benefits

Online

CRN 30366

Online

Advanced Dementia Care

Online

20 Hours

$379

20 Hours

$379

20 Hours

$379

Introduction to Integrative Health Coaching

20 Hours

$699

CRN 30262

Jan. 20

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

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Integrative Health Coach

Courses and Fees

Benefits

Online

CRN 31009

Online

Feb. 10-Mar. 13

Leadership for Dementia Care CRN 31007

Online

Mar. 17-Apr. 19

3 classes

Online

Jan. 20-Feb. 3

Integrative Healing Practices

45 Hours

$799

Client Learning and Transformation

20 Hours

$799

CRN 30337

Feb. 10

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Feb. 11

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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Program Format

• Complete the 7 required courses and practicum (175 hours) • Each course consists of classroom hours, online hours and individual coaching sessions between instructor and student • Can be completed within 1.5 years up to a maximum of 3 years

Jan. 6-Feb. 6

Practice Competencies for Dementia Care

CRN 30263

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

$269

Courses and Fees CRN 31008

Coach clients to develop and engage in healthy mindsets and behaviours. Using evidence-based theory and practices, assist clients to improve their health and wellbeing through personal responsibility and selfmotivation.

15 Hours

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care

• Gain skills, knowledge and attitudes that support persons experiencing a dementia and their families that respect best practice competencies focused on communication, pharmacology, wellness and quality of life throughout the dementia journey

Extension Certificate O B P

$269

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Program format

Extension Certificate O

15 Hours

Apr. 3-28

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

This program provides current knowledge from early identification to end of life care for health care professionals working daily with older adults experiencing a dementia and their families.

$269

Mar. 6-31

Caring for Families CRN 30367

15 Hours Jan. 30-Feb. 24

Caring for Older Adults

• Enhance your health and human service practice with a specialty in dementia care • Prepare to work with dementia patients and their families

Benefits

Program Format

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

Online

Mar. 8-May 24

Feb. 10-24

Integrative Health Coaching Practicum CRN 30983

2 classes

20 Hours

$1,199

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Health

Massage Therapy

Application Required

Prepare 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 outreaches, you will gain valuable experience working with a variety of clients and conditions in a supervised setting.

Benefits

• Train to the highest standards nationally 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 postings 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

Medical Terminology Extension Certificate O

Medical terminology is a specialized language specific to the health care field. Build a foundation of knowledge through examining topics such as word origins, abbreviations, body systems and disease.

Benefits

• Gain an understanding of the importance of medical terminology used in health care • Obtain basic medical terminology knowledge to pursue a career in the health care field

Delivery

Massage Therapy Certificate (1100 hours)

• Study full-time or part-time • Attend in-class, online and blended courses • Start September or January

• Complete full-time within 9 months or part-time within 6 years

Massage Therapy Diploma (2200 hours)

• Complete full-time within 18 months or part-time within 6 years

Visit conted.mtroyal.ca/massage for application details

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Introductory Massage Courses Whether you’re thinking about massage therapy as a career or want to develop basic skills to use on friends and family, practise basic relaxation massage techniques in this ideal introduction to the world of massage. No application required. Massage Basics, Level 1 CRN 30319

4 classes

12 Hours Mar. 1-22

Massage Basics, Level 2 CRN 30865

2 classes

Program Format

6:30-9:30 p.m. 12 Hours

Apr. 22-23

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

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

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

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Courses and Fees Medical Terminology I Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30478

Online

Jan. 9-Feb. 10

CRN 30479

Online

Jan. 30-Mar. 3

Medical Terminology II Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30480

Online

Feb. 13-Mar. 10

CRN 30481

Online

Mar. 6-Apr. 7

Medical Terminology III Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30482

Online

Jan. 9-Feb. 10

CRN 30483

Online

Apr. 18-May 19

20 Hours

$349

20 Hours

$349

25 Hours

$399

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Health

Neonatal Nursing

Benefits

Extension Certificate O

Designed for Registered Nurses wishing to develop knowledge and 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: Graduates with a degree in nursing or senior-level nursing student with approval from 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 the CARNA. • LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

• Stay current in your field of practice • Enhance your skills and knowledge to increase career options • Gain practical experience through a 210-hour clinical experience

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/neonatal

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606 Courses and Fees Neonatal Development and Homeostasis CRN 30370

Online

Neonatal Assessment CRN 30490

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

210 Hours

$995

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

48 Hours

$799

210 Hours

$995

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Online

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Neonatal Critical Moments I Not offered this semester Neonatal Critical Moments II CRN 30491

Online

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information

Perinatal Nursing

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate O

Perinatal Development and Homeostasis

Designed for Registered Nurses wishing to develop knowledge and skills in perinatal nursing. The perinatal curriculum specifically focuses on the childbearing continuum. • Nurses: Graduates with a degree in nursing or senior-level nursing student with approval from 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 the CARNA. • LPNs: You are welcome to register for the Development and Homeostasis and Assessment courses for general interest.

CRN 30371

Online

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Perinatal Assessment CRN 30492

Online

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Perinatal Critical Moments I Not offered this semester Perinatal Critical Moments II CRN 30493

Online

Jan. 9-Apr. 7

Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience Please see our website for more information

Benefits

• Stay current in your field of practice • Enhance your skills and knowledge to increase career options • Gain practical experience through a 210-hour clinical experience

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/perinatal

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

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Health

Occupational Health & Safety Faculty of Extension Certificate Program C O

The University of Alberta’s Occupational Health and Safety certificate program, one of the most advanced in Canada, is a cornerstone for safety in the province. It is designed to help practitioners from many different backgrounds develop the competencies needed to be effective in the development, implementation and evaluation of health and safety programs and systems in a wide variety of occupational settings. The program is offered in flexible and accessible formats taught by industry experts across the province: Edmonton, Calgary, Fort McMurray, Red Deer, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, and most recently, is available online.

This program provides the opportunity for practicing occupational health and safety professionals or those who aspire for a career in health and safety to advance their skill-set and assist employers to continuously improve safety performance. The outreach of this program includes participants from diverse sectors, including oil and gas, aviation, construction, education, health care, manufacturing, municipalities, mining, forestry and the Government of Alberta.

Program Format

• Complete 6 core courses, 2 core electives and 35 hours of elective enrichment courses and seminars

Register through University of Alberta www.extension.ualberta.ca/ohs ohs@ualberta.ca

780.492.3037 or 1.800.808.4784

Benefits

• Prepare for registration as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) as granted by the Board of Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) • Registered Occupational Hygienists can maintain certification with the Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists (CRBOH) and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH)

Personal Fitness Trainer Diploma ‑ Application Required C O B P 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 clinical environments, fitness facilities and studios, or personal business ownership. Applications are now being accepted for the 2017/2018 Academic Year.

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 Industry Days • This program is eligible for transfer credit towards a university degree

Delivery

• Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time in 2 years or part-time up to 6 years

Visit conted.mtroyal.ca/pft for application details 403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606 pft@mtroyal.ca

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Health

Reiki

Courses and Fees

Certificate of Completion C

Reiki is a calming technique for relieving pain, decreasing stress, and facilitating personal growth and healing.

First Degree Reiki Choose 1 of the CRNs below

8 Hours

CRN 30139

1 class

Jan. 7

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

S

CRN 30157

1 class

Feb. 4

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

S

CRN 30273

1 class

Apr. 8

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Second Degree Reiki Choose 1 of the CRNs below

Benefits

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

Program Format

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

S

8 Hours

$229

CRN 30140

1 class

Jan. 8

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

U

CRN 30170

1 class

Feb. 5

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

U

CRN 30274

1 class

Apr. 9

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

U

Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master Choose 1 of the CRNs below 12 Hours CRN 30501

2 classes

conted.mtroyal.ca/reiki

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

$229

CRN 30844

2 classes

$329

Jan. 27

5-9 p.m.

F

Jan. 28

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

S

Feb. 24

5-9 p.m.

F

Feb. 25

9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

S

Advanced courses (not part of Reiki Certificate of Completion) Karuna Reiki® I and II CRN 30502

2 classes

Mar. 18 & 19

Karuna Reiki® III/Master CRN 30498

2 classes

14 Hours

$299

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

S, U

11 Hours

$299

Apr. 21

5-9 p.m.

F

Apr. 22

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

S

Reiki Share Choose 1 of the CRNs below

2.5 Hours

CRN 30499

1 class

Jan. 18

7-9:30 p.m.

W

CRN 30344

1 class

Feb. 15

7-9:30 p.m.

W

CRN 30500

1 class

Mar. 16

7-9:30 p.m.

R

$39 +GST

Practice Reiki through the Reiki share workshops. See website for details.

Yoga Therapy

Extension Certificate

Benefits

Application Required B P Build on your experience as a yoga teacher by studying advanced topics that include anatomy, physiology, mental health and spirituality. Learn the skills required to create treatment plans for working with special populations and individual clients.

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O

• Gain a well-rounded perspective on how this emerging health profession integrates mind, body and spirit • Learn from established yoga therapists with unique specialties • Mentor with therapists in your own community

Delivery

• Complete your studies through a combination of week-long intensives, online courses and practicums in your community • Can be completed within 2 years up to a maximum of 6 years

Visit conted.mtroyal.ca/yoga for application details

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Online

B

Blended

H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Languages

English Language

Courses and Fees English Language Full-Time Program (Placement test determines course and level)

Full-Time Courses C

The credit-free full-time program advances your proficiency for academic and professional purposes. Alberta Works funding is available.

Application Required (Intakes in Sept., Jan., Apr., July) Placement Test CRN 3025

3 Hours

$50+GST

Contact office to schedule date and time after you register.

mtroyal.ca/eal

403.440.5100 or 1.866.775.2673 Foundational English

Foundational English

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

Level 1 High Beginner

Local Fees: $1600 International Fees: $3725 Jan. 9-Mar. 28

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

M-F

Level 2 Low Intermediate

Academic English

Level 3

Levels 1 to 3 develop High Intermediate to Advanced academic language skills for accurary and fluency. Graduates of level 3 meet the language proficiency requirements for admission to Mount Royal University degree, diploma and certificate programs. Local Fees: $1600 International Fees: $3725 Jan. 9-Mar. 28

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Intermediate

Academic English

M-F

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 intercultural communication in both personal and professional contexts.

Level 1 High Intermediate

Level 2 Low Advanced

English for Professional & Advanced Communication

Level 1 High Intermediate

Level 2 Low Advanced

Level 3 Advanced

Local Fees: $1600 International Fees: $3725 Jan. 9-Mar. 28

9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

M-F

Online Resources O Choose either 30 days ($100) or 90 days ($200) access to these online tutorials: • IELTS Test Preparation • Academic Vocabulary • English for Health

Mount Royal University Degree Program

Faculty of Continuing Education Programs

Professions

ENGLISH LANGUAGE FULL-TIME PROGRAM

For free demonstrations: mru.vitalenglish.com/MRULanguages

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

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Languages

Teaching English as a World Language Certificate of Completion O

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-directed 20-hour practicum, this 120hour course opens the doors to your amazing career as an English language teacher!

Benefits • Earn an internationally recognized university certificate of completion • Study from the comfort of your own home at your own pace • Learn about the English language and factors that influence second language development • Become more interculturally aware and competent • Discover engaging ways to teach and assess language skills • Learn how to create and deliver effective lesson plans • Create a portfolio and start networking to find a teaching job

Program Format • Online • Start the course on the first day of any month • Full-time: Complete the course in as little as 4 weeks (not including practicum) • Part-time: Take up to 12 months to complete the course (including practicum)

mtroyal.ca/MRUlanguages

403.440.5100 or 1.866.775.2673

Courses and Fees Teaching English as a World Language

Travel and Teach English Certificate of Completion O

Give more purpose and meaning to your international travel by volunteering! This unique course provides foundational knowledge, skills, strategies, and tools to individuals who wish to volunteer teach English in international settings. With 100 hours of online instruction, including 60 hours of core modules related to language teaching and learning, you can customize 40 hours of the course according to your travel destination. Choose either • Travel and Teach English in Latin America, which includes a 20-hour module of Spanish for travel and a 20-hour introduction to Latin American culture OR • Travel and Teach English China, which includes a 20-hour module of Mandarin for travel and a 20-hour introduction to Chinese culture

CRN 3086

Online

Mar. 1

CRN 3087

Online

Apr. 1

Benefits • Earn a university certificate of completion • Study from the comfort of your own home at your own pace • Learn about the English language and factors that influence second language development • Become more interculturally aware and competent • Discover engaging ways to teach and assess language skills • Learn how to create effective lesson plans for teaching English • Orient yourself to the language and culture of your travel destination

120 Hours

$1000+GST

Program Format • Online • Start the course on the first day of any month • Full-time: Complete the course in as little as 4 weeks • Part-time: Take up to 12 months to complete the course

mtroyal.ca/MRUlanguages

403.440.5100 or 1.866.775.2673

Courses and Fees Travel and Teach English in Latin America Choose 1 of the CRNs below 100 Hours $750+GST CRN 3088

Online

Mar. 1

CRN 3089

Online

Apr. 1

Travel and Teach English in China Choose 1 of the CRNs below 100 Hours

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CRN 3090

Online

Mar. 1

CRN 3091

Online

Apr. 1

Online

B

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W Webinars

P

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$750+GST

F

Fast Track


Customized Language Training • 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 (schedule & content) • Work with a professional instructor • Minimum 10 hours

For more information: mtroyal.ca/languages or mtroyal.ca/corporate 403.440.5588 or 1.866.775.2573 ceworldlanguages@mtroyal.ca

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Management and Leadership Community Investment Professional

Courses and Fees 15 Hours The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment CRN 30613 Online Jan. 30-Mar. 6 The Community Sector Landscape: Building Effective Partnerships 15 Hours CRN 30970 Online Mar. 20-Apr. 24 Designing a Community Investment Strategy 15 Hours Offered in Spring 2017 15 Hours Implementing a Community Investment Strategy Offered in Spring 2017

Extension Certificate O

Community investment (CI) is a key business function for corporate Canada. An effective CI strategy aligns with a corporation’s business goals and positively contributes to the communities in which it operates. When well designed and executed, a company’s CI strategy will effectively and efficiently promote its brand, inspire its employees and enhance the community.

Benefits

• Prepare for a career in the community 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

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses plus 1 optional course (75 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/community investment 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery Extension Certificate C

C

Classroom

2 classes Mar. 11-25 Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30120 Online Apr. 5-May 10 Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy CRN 30364 Online Mar. 15-Apr. 12 Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Industry CRN 30973 Online Apr. 3-May 1 Measuring Social Impact Offered in Spring 2017 Social Innovation Lab Offered in Spring 2017

Benefits

Gain an understanding of the emergency management actions needed to help communities recover from natural and manmade 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.

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Choose 1 optional course Marketing and Strategic Communications CRN 30449 5 classes Mar. 13-27 Negotiating with Integrity CRN 30660 Online Mar. 1-29 Social Innovation and Changemaking CRN 30975 2 classes Jan. 23-Feb. 11 Online Jan. 28-Feb. 11 Mobilizing for Systems Change CRN 30976 Online Mar. 6-25

O

• Learn from the 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

$389 $399 $399 $399

15 Hours 6-9 p.m. 15 Hours

$409 M, W $375

15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-noon

$389 S

15 Hours

$389

8:30 a.m.-noon 15 Hours

S $329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$389

15 Hours

$389

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/ emergencymanagement 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Principles of Emergency Management and the Fundamentals of Recovery 15 Hours $319 CRN 30878 2 classes Mar. 9-10 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. R, F 15 Hours $319 Personal and Family Recovery CRN 30879 2 classes Mar. 11-12 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S, U 15 Hours $319 Neighbourhood and Community Recovery CRN 30880 2 classes Apr. 27-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. R, F 15 Hours $319 Post Disaster Growth and Change CRN 30881 2 classes Apr. 29-30 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S, U

Online

B

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P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Management and Leadership Human Resource Management Extension Certificate C

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 develop an effective performance management program.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• 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

conted.mtroyal.ca/ humanresources 403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification

Courses and Fees 15 Hours Organizational Effectiveness CRN 30095 2 classes Mar. 18 & 25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Human Resources Information Management (HRIM) CRN 30159 2 classes Jan. 21-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Organizational Learning and Development CRN 30175 2 classes Feb. 4-11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Workplace Health and Safety CRN 30105 2 classes Jan. 30-31 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Employee Relations Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30131 2 classes Jan. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30134 5 classes Feb. 16-Mar. 16 6:15-9:15 p.m. 15 Hours Total Compensation CRN 30103 2 classes Feb. 27-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Choose 60 hours of optional courses Human Resource Basics for Managers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30091 2 classes Jan. 14-21 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30092 2 classes Mar. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30451 Online Jan. 30- Mar. 3 15 Hours Interviewing Strategies CRN 30211 2 classes Feb. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Succession Planning for Managers Not offered this semester 15 Hours Employee Engagement CRN 30154 2 classes Mar. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Labour Relations CRN 30116 2 classes Mar. 3 & 17 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Employee Retention for Managers CRN 30117 2 classes Feb. 25-Mar. 4 HR Strategy: Leading Practices CRN 30261 2 classes Mar. 31 & Apr. 7 Diversity Management CRN 30272 2 classes Apr. 22 & 29 Coaching in the Workplace, Level 1 CRN 30054 2 classes Mar. 23-24 Building High Performance Teams CRN 30883 2 classes Mar. 2-3 Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders CRN 30223 2 classes Apr. 3-4 Performance Management CRN 30118 2 classes Apr. 8 & 22 Emotional Intelligence at Work CRN 30623 2 classes Mar. 20-21 Increasing your influence CRN 30457 1 class Mar. 25 Change Management Fundamentals CRN 30547 2 classes Jan. 27-28 Payroll Compliance Legislation

$420 S $420 S $420 S $420 M, T $420 F, S R $420 M, T $420 S M, T $420 M, T $420 $420 M, T $420 F

15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. R, F 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. R, F 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S 15 Hours $420 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T 7.5 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 15 Hours $469 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S 39 Hours $495 (plus CPA fee)

CRN 30199 13 classes Mar. 7-May 30 6:15-9:15 p.m. Introduction to Conflict Resolution Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30104 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 15 CRN 30672 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 15 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

T $375 F, S

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Management and Leadership Leadership Development

Courses and Fees Effective Leadership CRN 30550

Extension Certificate B O

This program presents a leading-edge comprehensive approach to developing your leadership abilities and enhancing performance.

Feb. 21-Mar. 6

Classroom

Feb. 24

$469

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

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders CRN 30739

15 Hours

Mar. 13-18

Classroom

Mar. 17

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

Mar. 18

8:30 a.m.-noon

CRN 30872

$469

Online &

Apr. 3-8

Classroom

Apr. 7

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

F

Apr. 8

8:30 a.m.-noon

S

Online

Feb. 6-Mar. 5

Leaders, Culture and Change Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/leadership

CRN 30871

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Pillars of Management Certificate of Completion C O F

Acquire essential management skills in four main areas of management: communications, human resources, financial/operational and leadership.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/management 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

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Classroom

CRN 30556

O

F S

Leading and Influencing Others Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30555

F $469

Online &

Benefits

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

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Online &

$469

Online &

Apr. 24-29

Classroom

Apr. 28

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

F

Apr. 29

8:30 a.m.-noon

S

Online

Mar. 27-Apr. 23

Courses and Fees $420 Effective Workplace Communication Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30090 2 classes Feb. 2-3 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. R, F CRN 30053 2 classes Feb. 11-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S CRN 30978 2 classes Feb. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T CRN 30363 Online Feb. 17-Mar. 23 CRN 30328 2 classes Mar. 11-18 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S CRN 30621 2 classes Mar. 31-Apr. 1 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S $420 Human Resource Basics for Managers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30091 2 classes Jan. 14-21 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S CRN 30092 2 classes Mar. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T CRN 30451 Online Jan. 30-March 3 15 Hours $420 Understanding Leadership Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30033 2 classes Jan. 9-10 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T CRN 30619 2 classes Apr. 1-8 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S CRN 30620 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Understanding and Using Financial Information Choose 1 of the CRNs below15 Hours $420 CRN 30093 2 classes Feb. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M, T CRN 30109 2 classes Apr. 22-29 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S CRN 30622 Online Mar. 22-Apr. 26

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Management and Leadership Management Development

Extension Certificate C O F

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.

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• Complete the 4 required courses plus 4 optional courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/management 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Courses and Fees Effective Workplace Communication Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30090 2 classes Feb. 2-3 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30053 2 classes Feb. 11-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30978 2 classes Feb. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30363 Online Feb. 17-Mar. 23 CRN 30328 2 classes Mar. 11-18 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30621 2 classes Mar. 31-Apr. 1 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Human Resource Basics for Managers Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30091 2 classes Jan. 14-21 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30092 2 classes Mar. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30451 Online Jan. 30-March 3 15 Hours Understanding Leadership Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30033 2 classes Jan. 9-10 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30619 2 classes Apr. 1-8 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30620 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 22 Understanding and Using Financial Information 15 Hours Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30093 2 classes Feb. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30109 2 classes Apr. 22-29 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30622 Online Mar. 22-Apr. 26 Choose 4 optional courses Category 1: Business Aptitude 15 Hours Supervision Core Skills CRN 30882 2 classes Mar. 2-3 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Project Management: An Overview Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30400 2 classes Jan. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30401 4 classes Jan. 24-Feb. 2 6-9:45 p.m. CRN 30402 2 classes Feb. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30403 2 classes Mar. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. CRN 30404 2 classes Apr. 7-8 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Professional Sales Fundamentals CRN 30034 2 classes Feb. 3 & 4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Category 2: Communication 15 Hours Building High Performance Teams CRN 30883 2 classes Mar. 2-3 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Coaching in the Workplace, Level 1 CRN 30054 2 classes Mar. 23-24 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Coaching in the Workplace, Level 2 CRN 30884 2 classes Apr. 21-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Professional Business Presentations Effective Business Writing CRN 30166 2 classes Mar. 10 & 17 Category 3: Human Resources Performance Management CRN 30118 2 classes Apr. 8 & 22 Employee Relations Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30131 2 classes Jan. 13-14 CRN 30134 5 classes Feb. 16-Mar. 16 Employee Retention for Managers CRN 30117 2 classes Feb. 25-Mar. 4

$420 R, F S M, T S F, S $420 S M, T $420 M, T S $420 M, T S

$420 R, F $535 F, S T, R F, S F, S F, S $329 F, S $420 R, F $420 R, F $420 F $399

15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

$409 F

15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 6:15-9:15 p.m. 15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

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

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Management and Leadership Management Development

Choose 4 optional courses Category 3: Human Resources continued 15 Hours Diversity Management CRN 30272 2 classes Apr. 22 & 29 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Succession Planning for Managers Not offered this semester 15 Hours Organizational Training and Development CRN 30175 2 classes Feb. 4 & 11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Employee Engagement CRN 30154 2 classes Mar. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Organizational Effectiveness CRN 30095 2 classes Mar. 18 & 25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Interviewing Strategies CRN 30211 2 classes Feb. 6-7 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Introduction to Conflict Resolution Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30104 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 15 CRN 30672 Online Jan. 18-Feb. 15 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Category 4: Operations and Leadership 15 Hours Emotional Intelligence at Work CRN 30623 2 classes Mar. 20-21 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders CRN 30223 2 classes Apr. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours Supervision Core Skills CRN 30882 2 classes Mar. 2-3 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

Extension Certificate C O F conted.mtroyal.ca/management

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655 Continued from page 53.

Nonprofit Management Extension Certificate O

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

Program Format

Introduction to Nonprofit Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30056

Online

Jan. 16-Feb. 13

CRN 30968

Online

Mar. 13-Apr. 10

CRN 30119

Online

CRN 30121 CRN 30234

Online Online Online Online

$329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$329

15 Hours

$329

Apr. 5-May 10

Online Online

15 Hours

Feb. 23-Mar. 30

Mar. 15-Apr. 12

Law for the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30966

$329

Mar. 7-Apr. 4

Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector

Mar. 7-Apr. 11

Choose 2 optional courses Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30329

Online

Jan. 25-Feb. 22

Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations II: Roles and Relationships 15 Hours CRN 30212

Online

C

Classroom

O

Online

B

Blended

Online

H

Hybrid

$329

Apr. 16-May 4

Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers 15 Hours CRN 30235

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$329

Jan. 25-Mar. 1

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector CRN 30158

CRN 30364

403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

$420 M, T $420 M, T $420 R, F

Feb. 23-Mar. 23

Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector15 Hours

Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy

conted.mtroyal.ca/nonprofit

F, S

Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management 15 Hours $329

CRN 30120

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

$420 S $420 M, T $420 S $420 M, T $375

Courses and Fees

Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector

Benefits

$420 S $420

$329

Feb. 23-Mar. 23

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Management and Leadership Organizational Change Management Extension Certificate C B

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

• 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

Professional Management Seminar Series Certificate of Completion C

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

Benefits

• 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

Program Format

• 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

conted.mtroyal.ca/professional 403.440.6013 or 1.888.392.3655

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/change 403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees Change Management Fundamentals CRN 30547 2 classes Jan. 27-28 Preparing for Change CRN 30548 2 classes Feb. 10-11 Leading and Implementing Change CRN 30549 2 classes Mar. 10-11 Managing and Sustaining Change CRN 30565 2 classes Apr. 7-8 Leaders, Culture and Change Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30556 Online Apr. 24-29 Classroom Apr. 28 Apr. 29 CRN 30871 Online Mar. 27-Apr. 23

Courses and Fees The Art of Leadership CRN 30885 1 class Feb. 3 Leading with Emotional Intelligence CRN 30456 1 class Feb. 4 Supervisory Excellence CRN 30624 1 class Feb. 10 Motivating Your Team CRN 30886 1 class Feb. 11 Performance Management CRN 30887 1 class Feb. 24 Project Management Basics CRN 30467 1 class Feb. 24 Effective Interpersonal Communication CRN 30454 1 class Feb. 25 Managing Difficult Conversations CRN 30625 1 class Mar. 4 Transitioning from Worker to Leader CRN 30626 1 class Mar. 10 Increasing Your Influence CRN 30457 1 class Mar. 25 Building Customer Relations CRN 30455 1 class Apr. 8 Workplace Presentation Skills CRN 30541 1 class Apr. 21 Writing in the Workplace CRN 30452 1 class Apr. 22 Conflict Management CRN 30453 1 class Apr. 29

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. 15 Hours

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

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 8:30 a.m.-noon

F S

7 hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7.5 Hours $249 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7.5 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S 7 Hours $219 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. S

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Management and Leadership Project Management Extension Certificate C O F

This program provides essential training in the flourishing field of project management and is designed to develop introductory project management skills. Mount Royal University is a Global Registered Education Provider of the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

Benefits

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

Program Format

• Classroom version ‑ Complete the 7 required courses (120 hours) • Fast Track version (classroom) ‑ Complete your course work in just 3 weeks, plus Final Assessment • Online version ‑ Complete the 4 required courses (120 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/ projectmanagement 403.440.8630 or 1.888.392.3655

Courses and Fees ‑ Fast Track Fast Track –Register using the Block Code below CRN PRM Jan. 11-Jan. 28 $3609 (Final Assessment Paper is included - complete via Independent Study, Jan. 3-Apr. 12)

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Prep Course (not part of the Project Management program) Preparing for the Final Assessment Choose 1 of the CRNs below 3 Hours CRN 30100 1 class Jan. 7 9 a.m.-noon CRN 30155 1 class Feb. 4 9 a.m.-noon

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

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C

Classroom

Courses and Fees ‑ Classroom $535 Project Management: An Overview* Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30400 2 classes Jan. 13-14 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30401 4 classes Jan. 24-Feb. 2 6-9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 30402 2 classes Feb. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30403 2 classes Mar. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30404 2 classes Apr. 7-8 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S $535 Project Management: Quality Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30406 2 classes Feb. 3-4 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30407 4 classes Mar. 14-23 6-9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 30408 2 classes Mar. 24-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S Project Management: Human Resource, Communications and Stakeholder Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $535 CRN 30410 2 classes Feb. 10-11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30411 2 classes Mar. 31-Apr. 1 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30412 4 classes Apr. 4-13 6-9:45 p.m. T, R $535 Project Management: Time and Cost Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours CRN 30414 2 classes Jan. 27-28 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30415 4 classes Feb. 28-Mar. 9 6-9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 30416 2 classes Mar. 17-18 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S Project Management: Risk and Procurement Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $535 CRN 30418 2 classes Feb. 24-25 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30419 4 classes Apr. 18-27 6-9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 30420 2 classes Apr. 7-8 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S Project Management: Integration and Scope Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $535 CRN 30422 2 classes Jan. 20-21 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S CRN 30423 4 classes Feb. 14-23 6-9:45 p.m. T, R CRN 30424 2 classes Mar. 10-11 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. F, S Project Management: Final Assessment Paper Choose 1 of the CRNs below 30 Hours $399 CRN 30005 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30011 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30013 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30014 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30270 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12

O

Online

B

Blended

H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

$99 +GST S S

F

Fast Track


Management and Leadership Project Management Extension Certificate C O F Continued from page 56.

conted.mtroyal.ca/ projectmanagement 403.440.8630 or 1.888.392.3655

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

This program is eligible towards Blue Seal Certification.

PMP® Exam Preparation Workshops C

Prepare for the Project Management Professional (PMP)® professional certification exam from PMI®.

Courses and Fees ‑ Online Project Management Online, Module 1: Overview and Initiating Processes* Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $535 CRN 30188 Online Jan. 5-Feb. 2 CRN 30189 Online Jan. 5-Feb. 2 CRN 30190 Online Mar. 1-29 Project Management Online, Module 2: Planning Processes Choose 1 of the CRNs below 45 Hours $1,485 CRN 30191 Online Jan. 11-Feb. 22 CRN 30192 Online Feb. 10-Mar. 24 CRN 30226 Online Feb. 10-Mar. 24 Project Management Online, Module 3: Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing 30 Hours $1,190 Processes Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30044 Online Jan. 10-Feb. 14 CRN 30227 Online Mar. 29-May 3 CRN 30289 Online Mar. 29-May 3 Project Management: Final Assessment Paper Choose 1 of the CRNs below 30 Hours $399 CRN 30005 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30011 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30013 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30014 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12 CRN 30270 Independent Study Jan. 3-Apr. 12

Courses and Fees Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam Preparation Workshop Choose 1 of the CRNs below

30 Hours

$615 (PMI Member fee)

conted.mtroyal.ca/ projectmanagement

CRN 30074

403.440.8630 or 1.888.392.3655

CRN 30075

10 classes

Jan. 16-Mar. 27

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M

Jan. 16-Mar. 27

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M

$715 (Non-Member fee) 10 classes

PMP /CAPM Exam Boot Camp ®

CRN 30856

40 Hours

®

5 classes

$745 +GST

Mar. 23-25

8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. T, F, S

Mar. 30 & 31

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

F, S

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

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Management and Leadership Project Management in Construction Extension Certificate C O

Courses and Fees Construction Project Management: An Overview Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours $535 CRN 30461

Online

Jan. 17-Feb. 14

CRN 30236

2 classes

Jan. 27-28

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

Construction Project Scheduling Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

Manage construction projects effectively with project management skills and knowledge tailored specifically for the construction industry.

CRN 30290

2 classes

Feb. 10-11

CRN 30462

Online

Feb. 24-Mar. 24

F, S $535

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

F, S

Construction Project Administration and Control Systems

Benefits

• Add formal project management skills to your construction management career • Prepare to manage construction projects effectively • Earn a credential

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/pmconstruction

403.440.8937 or 1.888.392.3655

Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30291

2 classes

Feb. 24-25

CRN 30463

Online

Apr. 1-29

$535

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

F, S

Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30464

Online

Mar. 15-Apr. 12

CRN 30196

2 classes

Mar. 24-25

$535

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

F, S

Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30466

Online

Jan. 25-Feb. 22

CRN 30195

2 classes

Mar. 10-11

$535

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

F, S

Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills Choose 1 of the CRNs below

15 Hours

CRN 30465

Online

Apr. 4-May 2

CRN 30237

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

$535

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

F, S

The PMI ® Registered Education Provider logo, CAPM, PMP and PMBOK are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

Strategic Management

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate C B

Strategic Planning

Learn to evaluate business performance, assess market dynamics, drive innovation, execute strategic decisions, measure results and renew the strategic process.

CRN 30562 CRN 30737

Benefits

Strategy Execution

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

CRN 30738

Feb. 3-4

2 classes

$469

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

Mar. 3-4

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 15 Hours

2 classes

Mar. 31-Apr. 1

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

CRN 30563

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

Apr. 21-22

F, S $469

Leaders, Culture and Change Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

CRN 30871

F, S $469

15 Hours

2 classes

F, S $469

Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/strategic

2 classes

Strategic Innovation

CRN 30556

Program Format

15 Hours

F, S $469

Online &

Apr. 24-29

Classroom

Apr. 28

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

F

Apr. 29

8:30 a.m.-noon

S

Online

Mar. 27-Apr. 23

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

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Classroom

O

Online

B

Blended

H

Hybrid

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Management and Leadership Social Innovation

Courses and Fees

Extension Certificate B

Social Innovation and Changemaking

Social Innovation is about finding ways to introduce lasting changes at all levels individual, organizational, and societal - to increase the resilience of vulnerable people and the planet. Social innovators come from every sector and discipline - what they share is a curiosity and a passion for tackling complex social, environmental, and/or cultural challenges. Through blended (in-person and online) delivery, learners will deepen their understanding of complex systems, develop their personal capacities as social innovators, build relationships with other social innovators, and apply their learning to their own initiative or context.

CRN 30975

Online &

Jan. 23-Feb. 11

2 classes

Jan. 28-Feb. 11

Mobilizing for Systems Change CRN 30976

15 Hours 8:30 a.m.-noon 15 Hours

Online &

Mar. 6-25

2 classes

Mar. 11-25

Measuring Social Impact

8:30 a.m.-noon

$389 S $389 S

15 Hours

$389

15 Hours

$389

Offered in Spring 2017 Social Innovation Lab Offered in Spring 2017

Benefits:

• 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 a social change initiative

Program Format:

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/ socialinnovation

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

See website for details

mtroyal.ca/conted 403.440.6875 or 1.866.775.2673

Stay up to date

facebook.com/mruconted @MRUContEd Mount Royal University Continuing Education blogs.mtroyal.ca/conted youtube.com/mountroyal4u

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Oil and Gas

Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) Certificate

Earning Your CAPPA Certificate

• Earning Your CAPPA Certificate • Complete the 5 required courses (244 hours) with a minimum grade of 70% in each course, a Financial Accounting Concepts course, and all Petrinex modules. Note: online students are required to attend exams on campus in a monitored setting.

• CAPPA requires completion of additional online training modules provided by CAPPA and Petrinex. • Can be completed within 1 year. Must be completed within 5 years.

conted.mtroyal.ca/cappa

403.440.6636 or 1.888.392.3655

Certificate O

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.

Program Requirements • All 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.

Courses and Fees CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch CRN 90052

Online

Sept. 1-Dec. 14

CRN 30543

Online

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting CRN 90059

Online

Sept. 1-Dec. 14

CRN 30544

Online

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting CRN 90060

Online

Sept. 1-Dec. 14

CRN 30545

Online

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting

Course materials used in this course are owned by The Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting and are used under license. The Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting is a trademark used under license.

Online

Sept. 1-Dec. 14

CRN 30551

Online

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

CAPPA Level 5: Case Study

Introduction to the Petroleum Industry

CRN 90288

Online

Sept.1-Dec. 14

CRN 30208

Online

Jan. 4-Apr. 28

The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach* CRN 30183

Extension Certificate C O

Benefits

49 Hours

$550

49 Hours

$550

49 Hours

$550

51 Hours

$550

45 Hours

$550

45 Hours

$550

36 Hours

$549

21 Hours

$359

24 Hours

$359

Jan. 15-Apr. 30

CRN 30543

Online

Apr. 10-28

Environmental Regulations Online

Jan. 15-Apr. 18

Legal Concepts CRN 30440

Online

Jan. 19-Mar. 2

Land Concepts CRN 30439

Program Format

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

Online

Mar. 9-Apr. 27

Enhance your skills with these courses (not part of certificate) Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 31011

Online

CRN 31012

O

Online

B

Blended

Online

H

Hybrid

15 Hours

$349

15 Hours

$349

Feb. 1-28

Making Meetings Move

conted.mtroyal.ca/landintro

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Classroom

Online

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch Choose 1 of the CRNs below

CRN 30888

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

C

$550

Courses and Fees

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

60

CRN 90061

46 Hours

Mar. 6-Apr. 10

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Oil and Gas

Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights Extension Certificate C O

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.

Courses and Fees Freehold Surface Rights CRN 30890

7 classes

Jan. 16-Feb. 1 CRN 30891

8 classes

5 classes

Program Format

• Complete the Introduction to the Petroleum Industry Extension Certificate (126 hours) PLUS the 5 required Mineral Rights courses (90 hours). Total program hours: 216. • Can be completed within 1 semester up to a maximum of 5 years

$359

Feb. 6-Mar. 1

6-9 p.m.

M, W

Mar. 6

6-9 p.m.

M

Mar. 27-Apr. 7 Apr. 10

5 classes

5 classes

15 Hours

$359

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M, W

6:30-9:30 p.m. 15 Hours

M $359

Mar. 8

6:30-9:30 p.m.

W

Mar. 13-22

6:30-9:30 p.m.

M, W

Case Studies in Surface Rights CRN 30977

W M, W

Surface Acquisitions and Divestitures CRN 30892

$359

6-9 p.m. 6-9 p.m.

Surface Land Systems CRN 30893

24 Hours

21 Hours

Crown Surface Rights

Benefits

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

Jan. 11

Apr. 19-May 3

15 Hours

$359

6-9 p.m.

M, W

Required courses: The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach or CAPPA, Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch, Environmental Regulations, Legal Concepts, Land Concepts

conted.mtroyal.ca/surface

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Petroleum Land Business Extension Certificate B

Developed in association with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Landmen (CAPL),. Expand your business skill set by exploring the technical, legal and business aspects of the petroleum industry. Refresh your knowledge in negotiations, economics, land valuation, and strategic thinking.

Benefits

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

Program Format

Courses and Fees - recommended order The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach* CRN 30183 CRN 30439

Online Online

24 Hours

$359

21 Hours

$359

15 Hours

$359

7 Hours

$219

Mar. 9-Apr. 27

Legal Concepts CRN 30440

$550

Jan. 15-Apr. 30

Land Concepts

Jan. 19-Mar. 2

Ethics and Fiduciary Duties Offered in Spring 2017 Workplace Presentation Skills CRN 30541

1 class

Apr. 21

Surface Rights and Regulations Overview CRN 31006

• Complete the 13 required courses (338 hours) • Fast track in 1 year, up to a maximum of 5 years

CRN 30895

conted.mtroyal.ca/landbusiness

CRN 30429

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

Online

45 Hours

10 classes

Apr. 5-June 7

Land Agreements 15 classes

Jan. 12-Apr. 20

Land Negotiations 12 classes

8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 30 Hours 6-9 p.m.

W

45 Hours

$549

6:30-9:30 p.m. 36 Hours

Jan. 11-Mar. 29

F $550

6:30-9:30 p.m.

R $550 W

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Oil and Gas

Petroleum Land Contracts

Courses and Fees - recommended order 45 Hours

Land Agreements CRN 30895

Extension Certificate B

15 classes

Jan. 12-Apr. 20

Land Negotiations

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

CRN 30429

Benefits

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

R

36 Hours

12 classes

Jan. 11-Mar. 29

$550

6:30-9:30 p.m.

W

15 Hours

Contract Land Systems CRN 30896

$549

6:30-9:30 p.m.

5 classes

$359

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Feb. 2

R

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T, R

Contract Acquisitions and Divestitures

15 Hours

$359

CRN 30897

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Feb. 7-16 5 classes

Mar. 9-Apr. 6

R

Program Format

• Complete the 5 required courses (141 hours) • Can be completed within 3 semesters up to a maximum of 5 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/landcontracts

403.440.5012 (6013) or 1.888.392.3655

Oil and Gas Office Skills for the Administrative Professional Certificate of Completion O

Courses and Fees - recommended order The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach*

45 Hours

$550

45 Hours

$550

Project Management: An Overview

15 Hours

$535

CRN 30400

2 classes

Jan. 13-14

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

F, S

CRN 30401

4 classes

Jan. 24-Feb. 2

6-9:45 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30402

2 classes

Feb. 3-4

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

F, S F, S

CRN 30183

Online

Jan. 15-Apr. 30

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch Choose 1 of the CRNs below

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.

CRN 30543

CRN 30403

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/ogoffice

CRN 30404

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

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

CRN 31011

C

Classroom

Apr. 10-28

Navigating Corporate Culture

403.440.5012 or 1.888.392.3655

62

Online

O

Online

B

Blended

Online

H

Hybrid

F, S

15 Hours

$349

Feb. 1-28

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Oil and Gas

Courses and Fees - recommended order The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach* CRN 30183

Online

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch Choose 1 of the CRNs below CRN 30543

Oil and Gas Office Administration Extension Certificate O

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.

Benefits

• Prepare for an administrative assistant role in the petroleum industry

Program Format

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

conted.mtroyal.ca/ogoffice

403.440.5012 (6013) or 1.888.392.3655

Online

45 Hours

$550

45 Hours

$550

Jan. 15-Apr. 30

Apr. 10-28

Project Management: An Overview Choose 1 of the CRNs below 15 Hours

$535

CRN 30400

2 classes

Jan. 13-14

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

F, S

CRN 30401

4 classes

Jan. 24-Feb. 2

6-9:45 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30402

2 classes

Feb. 3-4

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

F, S

CRN 30403

2 classes

Mar. 3-4

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

F, S

CRN 30404

2 classes

Apr. 7-8

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

F, S

Making Meetings Move

15 Hours

$349

15 Hours

$349

Windows Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30061

2 classes

Jan. 7-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30691

2 classes

Jan. 12-13

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F $169

CRN 31012

Online

Mar. 6-Apr. 10

Navigating Corporate Culture CRN 31011

Online

Feb. 1-28

File Management Basics Choose 1 of the CRNs below

6 Hours

CRN 30953

2 classes

Jan. 10-12

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30692

1 class

Jan. 25

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

T, R W

MS Outlook Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

CRN 30080

2 classes

Jan. 14-15

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

CRN 30684

2 classes

Jan. 30-31

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

$279

MS Excel, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30063

2 classes

Feb. 1-2

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

W, R

CRN 30064

2 classes

Feb. 11-12

MS Word, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

18 Hours

#329

CRN 30062

6 classes

Jan. 17-Feb. 2

6:30-9:30 p.m.

CRN 30693

3 classes

Feb. 6-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

T, R M, T, W

MS PowerPoint, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30083

2 classes

Feb. 23-24

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

R, F

CRN 30687

2 classes

Apr. 1-2

MS Excel, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30065

2 classes

Feb. 13-14

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30066

2 classes

Mar. 18-19

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

Business Project, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30152

2 classes

Mar. 20-21

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T

CRN 30690

2 classes

Apr. 22-23

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

MS Access, Level 1 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$319

CRN 30089

3 classes

March 6-8

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T, W

CRN 30941

3 classes

April 7-9

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

F, S, U

MS Word, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

18 Hours

$329

CRN 30182

6 classes

Feb. 7-23

6:30-9:30 p.m.

T, R

CRN 30694

3 classes

Feb. 27-Mar. 1

Business Project, Level 2 Choose 1 of the CRNs below

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

M, T, W

12 Hours

$279

CRN 30153

2 classes

Mar. 27-28

9 a.m.-4 p.m .

M, T

CRN 30948

2 classes

Apr. 29-30

9 a.m.-4 p.m.

S, U

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Teaching and Learning Adult Educator Seminar Series

Courses and Fees - Classroom Principles of Adult Learning CRN 30037

Certificate of Completion C O

Enhance your knowledge of adult learning principles and the specialized needs of adult learners through this dynamic and interactive seminar series. Develop strategies and techniques for immediate practical application to your work.

Benefits

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

Program Format

• 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

conted.mtroyal.ca/adulteducator

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

3 Hours

1 class

Jan. 25

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators CRN 30359

1 class

Feb. 8

1 class

Feb. 1

1 class

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Mar. 1

1 class

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Mar. 15

1 class

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Mar. 8

1 class

Apr. 19

1 class

$99

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Apr. 12

1 class

W

3 Hours

W

3 Hours

$99

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Culturally Responsive Facilitation CRN 30027

W $99

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Conflict Resolution in the Classroom CRN 30050

W $99

3 Hours

Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation CRN 30022

W $99

3 Hours

Classroom Presentation Skills CRN 30039

W $99

3 Hours

Assessing Teaching and Learning CRN 30019

$99

3 Hours

Effective Teaching Techniques CRN 30018

W

3 Hours 6:30-9:30 p.m.

Designing Learning Outcomes CRN 30041

$99

W

3 Hours Apr. 5

$99

6:30-9:30 p.m.

W

Choose 2 optional courses Storytelling CRN 30782

3 Hours 1 class

Mar. 22

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Supporting Learners with Disabilities CRN 30898

1 class

W

3 Hours

Apr. 26

$99

6:30-9:30 p.m.

Generational Differences in Learning

3 Hours

CRN 30818

6:30-9:30 p.m.

1 class

$99

Feb. 15

W $99 W

Courses and Fess - Online Core Concepts of Adult Learning CRN 30129

Online Online

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O

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B

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Online

H

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12 Hours

$379

12 Hours

$379

Feb. 27-Mar. 26

Refine and Enhance Instruction for Adult Learning CRN 30700

$379

Jan. 23-Feb. 19

Skills and Techniques for Adult Learning CRN 30130

12 Hours

Apr. 3-30

W Webinars

P

Practicum and/or Field Trip

F

Fast Track


Teaching and Learning Curriculum Development and Instructional Design Extension Certificate O

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

• Enhance your professional knowledge and experience in educational design • Learn to apply a variety of instructional strategies, tactics and tools for developing learning activities • Identify the potential for media applications in a variety of design projects

Program Format

• Complete the 6 required courses (90 hours) • Can be completed within 1 year up to a maximum of 3 years

conted.mtroyal.ca/curriculum

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

Courses and Fees Principles of Instructional Design CRN 30143

Online Online

CRN 30179

Online

Jan. 13-Feb. 12

CRN 30759

Online

Apr 7-May 7

Media Trends: Instruct Design Online

Education Assistant

Certificate ‑ Application Required C P

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.

Benefits

Online

$389

15 Hours

$389

15 Hours

$389

15 Hours

$389

Feb. 24-Mar. 26

Curriculum Template Design CRN 30760

15 Hours Feb. 24-Mar. 26

Designing Instructional Strategies

CRN 30697

$389

Jan. 13-Feb. 12

Designing Assessment Strategies CRN 30144

15 Hours

Apr. 7-May 7

• Earn a university credential • Experience university life with small class sizes, 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 educational professionals

Delivery

• Study full-time or part-time • Can be completed full-time within 8.5 months or part-time within 6 years

Visit conted.mtroyal.ca/ edassistant for application details

403.440.6867 or 1.866.616.3606

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Index

Business Process Management.................................................... 16 Business Process Modeling.......................................................... 15

A

Business Process Modeling and Analysis..................................... 16

A Career in the Floral Industry.......................................................10

Business Project, Level 1.................................................... 6, 36, 65

Accessorizing the Home................................................................ 11

Business Project, Level 2.................................................... 6, 36, 65

Accordion Artist Book...................................................................... 9

Business Skills and Portfolio Creation for Graphic Design...................................... 25, 37

Accounting Basics......................................................................... 14 Accounting Fundamentals Practice Set......................................... 14

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Accounting Principles for Computer................................................ 7 Accounting Software..................................................................... 35

Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA).................................. 62

Acrobat for Graphic Design........................................................... 37

Canadian Criminal Justice Systems.............................................. 34

Acrylic Sampler.............................................................................. 13

CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch......................... 62, 65

Addiction and Concurrent Mental Health Disorders...................... 31

CAPPA Level 2: Oil Production Accounting................................... 62

Addiction and the Family............................................................... 31

CAPPA Level 3: Gas Production Accounting................................. 62

Addiction Prevention..................................................................... 31

CAPPA Level 4: Advanced Production Accounting....................... 62

Addiction Studies........................................................................... 31

CAPPA Level 5: Case Study.......................................................... 62

Addiction Studies: Overview......................................................... 31

Caring for Families......................................................................... 44

Administrative Assistant.................................................................. 6

Caring for Older Adults.................................................................. 44

Adult Educator Seminar Series...................................................... 66

Case Studies in Surface Rights..................................................... 63

Advanced CSS............................................................................... 38

Certified Payroll Manager (CPM)*................................................. 19

Advanced Dementia Care.............................................................. 44

Change Management Fundamentals................................ 28, 53, 57

Advanced Digital Darkroom..................................................... 12, 37

Child and Youth Human Rights...................................................... 31

Advanced Digital Design in 3D...................................................... 11

Child and Youth Resiliency............................................................ 32

Advanced Knowledge for Dementia Care..................................... 44

Children’s Mental Health............................................................... 32

Advanced Microsoft Word for Writers and Editors........... 27, 30, 36

Choosing Your Team and Managing Risk...................................... 18

Advanced Supply Chain Management........................................... 22

Classroom Presentation Skills....................................................... 66

Advanced Topics in Interior Decorating......................................... 11

Client Learning and Transformation............................................... 44

An Overview of Business Analysis................................................ 15

Coaching in the Workplace, Level 1........................................ 53, 55

Applied Payroll Management......................................................... 19

Coaching in the Workplace, Level 2.............................................. 55

Applied Writing for Public Relations.............................................. 28

Colour and Light in Interior Decorating.......................................... 11

Applying Feng Shui to Home Interiors............................................. 9

Communication and Interpersonal Skills for Leaders.................... 54

Assessing Teaching and Learning................................................. 66

Communications Research........................................................... 28

Aviation............................................................................................ 8

Community Investment Professional............................................ 52

Accounting Principles for Computers........................................ 6, 35

Comprehensive Editing: Style, Structure and Design........................................................... 27

B

Computer Essentials..................................................................... 35

Best Practices in Contract Management....................................... 16

Computer Literacy 1...................................................................... 35

Birth Doula..................................................................................... 43

Computer Literacy 2...................................................................... 35

Black and White Photography....................................................... 12

Conflict Management............................................................ 6, 7, 57

Blogging for Business....................................................... 23, 24, 29

Conflict Resolution........................................................................40

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector................................... 56

Conflict Resolution in the Classroom............................................ 66

Bookbinding..................................................................................... 9

Conflict Resolution Mediation Assessment..................................40

Boot Camp: 500 Words in One Day................................................ 9

Conflict Resolution Negotiation Assessment................................40

Brand Reputation Management.............................................. 23, 29

Consensus Building for Groups.....................................................40

Brand Strategy............................................................................... 26 Building Customer Relations................................................. 6, 7, 57

Construction Project Administration and Control Systems.....................................................................60

Building High Performance Teams.......................................... 53, 55

Construction Project Management: An Overview.........................60

Business Analysis.......................................................................... 15

Construction Project Management: Leadership and Management Skills..............................................60

Business Analysis Perspectives.................................................... 15 Business Liability: Tort Law........................................................... 17

Construction Project Management: Time, Cost and Scope....................................................................60

Business Plan Assessment........................................................... 18

Construction Project Safety and Environmental Management..................................................60

Business Process Improvement................................................... 16

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Construction Project Scheduling...................................................60 Content Marketing Strategy.............................................. 23, 24, 26 Contract Acquisitions and Divestitures......................................... 64 Contract Development and Signing............................................... 16 Contract Land Systems................................................................. 64 Contract Management.................................................................. 16 Contract Management and Compliance........................................ 16 Contract Management: Business Law.......................................... 17 Contract Management Lifecycle................................................... 21 Contract Management Overview.................................................. 16 Contracts and Risk Management.................................................. 17 Contracts and the Canadian Legal System.................................... 17 Copyediting and Proofreading................................................. 24, 27 Core Concepts of Adult Learning.................................................. 66 Create Your Own Valentine Floral Arrangements..........................10 Creating Training Manuals.............................................................30 Creative Writing............................................................................... 9 Creative Writing, Level 1................................................................. 9 Creative Writing, Level 2................................................................. 9 Crown Surface Rights................................................................... 63 Culturally Responsive Facilitation.................................................. 66 Curriculum Development and Instructional Design....................... 67 Curriculum Template Design......................................................... 67 Customer Service Excellence.......................................................... 7 Customized Language Training...................................................... 51

E Easter Blooms...............................................................................10 Editing Basics for Technical Documents.......................................30 Editing Fundamentals.............................................................. 24, 27 Education Assistant....................................................................... 67 Effective Business Writing.......................................... 27, 28, 30, 55 Effective Facilitation for Managers and Leaders................. 8, 53, 56 Effective Interpersonal Communication............................ 6, 7, 8, 57 Effective Leadership...................................................................... 54 Effective Media Relations............................................................. 28 Effective Teaching Techniques...................................................... 66 Effective Workplace Communication................................ 21, 54, 55 Emergency Management and Disaster Recovery......................... 52 Emotional Intelligence at Work............................................... 53, 56 Employee Communications.......................................................... 28 Employee Engagement........................................................... 53, 56 Employee Relations................................................................. 53, 55 Employee Retention for Managers......................................... 53, 55 English for Academic Purposes..................................................... 49 English for Advanced Communication.......................................... 49 English Foundation........................................................................ 49 English Language.......................................................................... 49 English Language Full-Time Program............................................ 49 Enhanced Speaking Skills for Internationally Educated Professionals.......................................... 25

D

Entrepreneurship........................................................................... 18

Dealing with Anger........................................................................40

Essential Skills for the Administrative Professional......................... 7

Dealing with Difficult Conversations.............................................40

Ethical Issues in the Nonprofit Sector........................................... 56

Decorating with Flowers...............................................................10

Ethics and Fiduciary Duties........................................................... 63

Delivering Your Message............................................................... 25

Event Logistics.............................................................................. 25

Dementia Care.............................................................................. 44

Event Management....................................................................... 25

Design and Authoring for Online Media........................................30

Event Management: Final Project................................................. 25

Designing a Community Investment Strategy.............................. 52

Event Marketing............................................................................ 25

Designing Assessment Strategies................................................ 67

Event Production........................................................................... 25

Designing Instructional Strategies................................................. 67

Event Risk Management............................................................... 25

Environmental Regulations............................................................ 62

Designing in WordPress................................................................ 39 Designing Learning Outcomes...................................................... 66 Develop a Business Case.............................................................. 15 Develop a Successful Marketing Plan........................................... 18

F Facebook for Business...................................................... 23, 24, 29

Digital Communications................................................................ 23

Facilitating and Managing Change in a BPM Environment..................................................... 16

Digital Content Creation.......................................................... 24, 25

Facilitation Skills for Business Analysts......................................... 15

Digital Darkroom Basics.................................................... 12, 24, 37

Fairy Garden Terrarium..................................................................10

Digital Design in 3D for Interior Decorators.................................. 11

Feng Shui and Spirituality................................................................ 9

Digital Graphic Design................................................................... 37

Feng Shui Consulting: Orientation and Presentation....................... 9

Digital Marketing Research........................................................... 26

Feng Shui for Outdoor Spaces........................................................ 9

Diversity Management............................................................ 53, 56

Feng Shui for Work Environments.................................................. 9

Documentation Project Management...........................................30

Feng Shui Practitioner..................................................................... 9

Document Layout and Design.................................................27, 30

File Management Basics............................................... 6, 35, 38, 65

DONA International Birth Doula Training....................................... 43

Film Production Assistant Workshop............................................10

Drawing, Introductory.................................................................... 13

Film, TV and Media........................................................................10 Financial Accounting Fundamentals........................................ 14, 19

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Financial Basics: Keeping it Simple for Nonprofit Managers......... 56

Interiors Past and Present............................................................. 11

Financial Planning and Management for Small Business.............. 18

Interviewing Strategies........................................................... 53, 56

Finding Your Voice......................................................................... 25

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom................................ 12

First Degree Reiki.......................................................................... 48

Introduction to Apple iWork.......................................................... 38

Floral Design..................................................................................10

Introduction to Bookbinding and Book Arts..................................... 9

Floral Design, Level 1....................................................................10

Introduction to Business Process Management........................... 16

Floral Design, Level 2....................................................................10

Introduction to Conflict Resolution.................................... 40, 53, 56

Floral Design, Level 3....................................................................10

Introduction to Digital Graphic Design..................................... 24, 37

Floral Therapy................................................................................10

Introduction to Digital SLR Cameras............................................. 12

Forensics....................................................................................... 43

Introduction to Event Planning........................................ 6, 7, 25, 26

Foundations of Photography, Level 1................................ 12, 24, 37

Introduction to Feng Shui................................................................ 9

Foundations of Photography, Level 2...................................... 12, 37

Introduction to Funeral Service..................................................... 34

Foundations of Social Media for Business.......... 6, 7, 23, 26, 28, 29

Introduction to Home Staging....................................................... 11

Foundations of Technical Communication...............................27, 30

Introduction to Integrative Health Coaching.................................. 44

Freehold Surface Rights................................................................ 63

Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 1..................................... 11

Fundamentals of Purchasing......................................................... 22

Introduction to Interior Decorating, Part 2..................................... 11

Fundamentals of Scriptwriting........................................................ 9

Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management............. 22

Fund Development and Corporate Philanthropy..................... 52, 56

Introduction to Nonprofit Management......................................... 56

Funeral Service.............................................................................. 34

Introduction to Payroll Management............................................. 19 Introduction to Physical Distribution.............................................. 22

G

Introduction to Public Relations..................................................... 28

Game Design................................................................................. 38

Introduction to Small Business and the Entrepreneurial Mindset.18

Gathering Contract Requirements................................................. 16

Introduction to Supply Chain Management................................... 21

Generational Differences in Learning............................................ 66

Introduction to the Petroleum Industry......................................... 62

Grammar and Punctuation Essentials.....................................27, 30

Introduction to Voluntarism in the Nonprofit Sector................ 52, 56 Introduction to WordPress................................................ 23, 24, 39

H

Introductory................................................................................... 38 Inventory and Warehouse Management....................................... 22

Home Staging................................................................................ 11

Inventory and Warehousing.......................................................... 21

Home Staging as a Business......................................................... 11 HR Strategy: Leading Practices..................................................... 53

J

HTML and CSS.............................................................................. 38 Human Diversity in Justice............................................................ 34

JavaScript and JQuery................................................................... 38

Human Resource Basics for Managers......................... 7, 53, 54, 55

Jewelry.......................................................................................... 13

Human Resource Management.................................................... 53

K

Human Resources Information Management (HRIM)................... 53

Karuna ReikiÂŽ I and II.................................................................... 48

I

Karuna ReikiÂŽ III/Master............................................................... 48 Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations II: Roles and Relationships................................................................ 56

Illustrator 1........................................................................ 23, 24, 37 Illustrator 2.................................................................................... 37

Keys to Managing Nonprofit Organizations I: Strategic Management.................................................................. 56

Implementing a Community Investment Strategy........................ 52 Implementing and Sustaining Lean............................................... 18

Kitchens and Bathrooms............................................................... 11

Increasing your influence.............................................................. 53

L

Increasing Your Influence.............................................................. 57 InDesign 1............................................................................... 24, 37

Labour Relations............................................................................ 53

InDesign 2..................................................................................... 37 Instruction to Digital SLR............................................................... 12 Instrumental Ensembles............................................................... 11 Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC)............................... 26 Integrative Healing Practices......................................................... 44 Integrative Health Coach............................................................... 44 Integrative Health Coaching Practicum......................................... 44 Interior Decorating......................................................................... 11

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Lamaze Accredited Childbirth Educator........................................ 43

Meeting Mastery............................................................................. 8

Land Agreements.................................................................... 63, 64

Mental Health I: Disorders Diagnosed in the Early Years.............. 32

Land Concepts........................................................................ 62, 63

Mental Health III: Physiological Needs and Theories for Intervention....................... 32

Land Negotiations................................................................... 63, 64 Languages..................................................................................... 49 Law and Risk Management........................................................... 19 Law for the Nonprofit Sector......................................................... 56 Leaders, Culture and Change......................................28, 54, 57, 60 Leadership Development.............................................................. 54 Leadership for Dementia Care...................................................... 44 Leading and Implementing Change........................................... 7, 57 Leading and Influencing Others.................................................... 54 Leading with Emotional Intelligence......................................... 7, 57 Lean Culture.................................................................................. 18 Lean Management and Continuous Improvement........................ 18 Lean Principles.............................................................................. 18 Lean Tools..................................................................................... 18 Learning Styles: Implications for Adult Educators......................... 66 Legal Concepts........................................................................ 62, 63 Life into Story.................................................................................. 9 LinkedIn for Business........................................................ 23, 24, 29

M Mac............................................................................................... 38 Mac Basics.................................................................................... 38 Make Your Own Mala Braclet........................................................ 13 Making Meetings Move.............................................. 6, 7, 8, 62, 65 Management and Leadership........................................................ 52 Management Development.................................................... 55, 56 Managing and Sustaining Change................................................. 57 Managing Conflict in Today’s Workplace.......................................40 Managing Content for Social Media.................................. 23, 24, 29 Managing Difficult Conversations................................................. 57 Managing Small Business Operations, Growth and Human Resources..................................................... 18 Marketing and Public Relations in the Nonprofit Sector.................................................................. 56 Marketing and Strategic Communications.............................. 26, 52

Mental Health II: Psychosis, Mood, Anxiety and Increased Risk.............................. 32 Mobilizing for Systems Change............................................... 52, 61 Motivating Your Team.................................................................... 57 MS Access, Level 1................................................................. 36, 65 MS Access, Level 2....................................................................... 36 MS Excel, Level 1.................................................... 6, 14, 35, 36, 65 MS Excel, Level 2................................................................ 6, 36, 65 MS Excel, Level 3.......................................................................... 36 MS Office Pro................................................................................ 36 MS Outlook............................................................. 6, 35, 36, 38, 65 MS PowerPoint, Level 1................................................ 6, 35, 36, 65 MS PowerPoint, Level 2................................................................ 36 MS Project..................................................................................... 36 MS Word, Level 1......................................................... 6, 35, 36, 65 MS Word, Level 2............................................................... 6, 36, 65 Multi-Party Mediation: The Dynamics...........................................40 Music & Movement........................................................................ 4

N Navigating Corporate Culture............................................ 62, 64, 65 Negotiating Contracts.............................................................. 16, 21 Negotiating with Integrity........................................................ 40, 52 Negotiation Skills, Level 1.............................................................40 Negotiation Skills, Level 2.............................................................40 Neighbourhood and Community Recovery................................... 52 Neonatal Assessment................................................................... 46 Neonatal Critical Moments I.......................................................... 46 Neonatal Critical Moments II......................................................... 46 Neonatal Development and Homeostasis..................................... 46 Neonatal Nursing........................................................................... 46 Neonatal Nursing Clinical Experience............................................ 46 Nonprofit Management................................................................. 56

Marketing Strategies for Public Relations..................................... 28

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Massage Basics, Level 1............................................................... 45

Occupational Health & Safety....................................................... 47

Massage Basics, Level 2............................................................... 45

Oil and Gas Office Administration................................................. 65

Massage Therapy.......................................................................... 45

Oil and Gas Office Skills for the Administrative Professional........ 64

Materials for Surface Finishes....................................................... 11

Online Community Engagement....................................... 23, 24, 29

Materials for Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings............... 11

OR CAPPA Level 1: Introduction to the Oil Patch......................... 64

Measuring and Evaluating Business Performance........................60

Orff Ensemble................................................................................. 6

Measuring Social Impact......................................................... 52, 61

Organizational Chanage Management.......................................... 57

Mediation Skills, Level 1................................................................40

Organizational Effectiveness................................................... 53, 56

Mediation Skills, Level 2................................................................40

Organizational Learning and Development.................................... 53

Media Trends: Instruct Design...................................................... 67 Medical Terminology..................................................................... 45 Medical Terminology I................................................................... 45 Medical Terminology II.................................................................. 45 Medical Terminology III................................................................. 45 M: Monday T: Tuesday W: Wednesday R: Thursday F: Friday S: Saturday U: Sunday

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Professional Editing....................................................................... 27 Professional Management Seminar Series................................... 57

Painting with Acrylics, Level 1....................................................... 13

Professional Sales Fundamentals............................................ 20, 55

Painting with Watercolours........................................................... 13

Program Planning and Evaluation for the Nonprofit Secto............ 56

Payroll............................................................................................ 19

Project Management............................................................... 58, 59

Payroll Compliance Legislation................................................ 19, 53

Project Management: An Overview............................ 55, 58, 64, 65

Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP)*......................................... 19

Project Management Basics..................................................... 7, 57

Payroll Fundamentals 1................................................................. 19

Project Management: Final Assessment Paper...................... 58, 59

Payroll Fundamentals 2................................................................. 19 Performance Management............................................... 53, 55, 57

Project Management: Human Resource, Communications and Stakeholder Management.58

Perinatal Assessment.................................................................... 46

Project Management in Construction............................................60

Perinatal Critical Moments I.......................................................... 46

Project Management: Integration and Scope................................ 58

Perinatal Critical Moments II......................................................... 46

Project Management Online, Module 1: Overview and Initiating Processes............................... 59

Perinatal Development and Homeostasis..................................... 46 Perinatal Nursing........................................................................... 46

Project Management Online, Module 2: Planning Processes...................................................... 59

Perinatal Nursing Clinical Experience............................................ 46

Project Management Online, Module 3: Executing, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closing Processes............................................... 59

Personal and Family Recovery...................................................... 52 Personal Fitness Trainer................................................................ 47

Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification Exam Preparation Workshop................................................................... 59

Personal Sales Management Strategies.......................................20 Perspective Drawing..................................................................... 11

Project Management: Quality........................................................ 58

Petroleum Land Administration: Surface Rights........................... 63

Project Management: Risk and Procurement............................... 58

Petroleum Land Business............................................................. 63

Project Management: Time and Cost............................................ 58

Petroleum Land Contracts............................................................. 64

Promotion of CRC: Child and Youth Advocacy.............................. 31

Photography.................................................................................. 12

Protection Rights: Child and Youth Welfare.................................. 31

Photoshop 1................................................................ 23, 24, 37, 38

Provision Rights: Child and Youth Healthy Development.............. 31

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Public Relations............................................................................. 28

Pillars of Management.................................................................. 54 Placement Test.............................................................................. 49

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QuickBooks, Level 1................................................................ 14, 35

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QuickBooks Online Software........................................................ 35

PMP® Exam Preparation.............................................................. 59 Police Studies................................................................................ 34

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Post Disaster Growth and Change................................................ 52

Refine and Enhance Instruction for Adult Learning....................... 66

Practice Competencies for Dementia Care................................... 44

Refining Your Pronunciation.......................................................... 25

Preparing for Change..................................................................... 57

Reiki............................................................................................... 48

Preparing for the Final Assessmen............................................... 58

Reiki Share.................................................................................... 48

Preparing Policies and Procedures................................................30

Relationship Sales Process and Methodology..............................20

Presenting Your Business Plan...................................................... 18

Resource Management for Event Planning................................... 25

Principles of Adult Learning........................................................... 66

Role of the Interior Decorator........................................................ 11

Principles of Emergency Management and the Fundamentals of Recovery....................................................................................... 52 Principles of Instructional Design.................................................. 67 Procurement 1............................................................................... 21 Procurement 2............................................................................... 21 Producing Software Specifications................................................30 Professional Business Presentations............................................ 55

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Second Degree Reiki..................................................................... 48

Technology and e-Procurement..................................................... 21

Sexual Assault Nurse (SANE)........................................................ 43

The Art of Leadership.................................................................... 57

Shifting from Positions to Interests...............................................40

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Simply Accounting, Level 1..................................................... 14, 35

The Business of Photography: Starting Out.................................. 12

Simply Accounting, Level 2..................................................... 14, 35

The Business of Wedding and Social Event Planning.................... 26

Site Architecture for Online Media................................................30 Site Design and Portfolio Creation................................................ 38

The Community Sector Landscape: Building Effective Partnerships..................................................... 52

Sketchbook.................................................................................... 13

The Foundations of Feng Shui......................................................... 9

Skills and Techniques for Adult Learning....................................... 66

The Impact of Business Structures on Contract Management.................................................................. 17

Social Event Production and Design.............................................. 26 Social Innovation........................................................................... 61 Social Innovation and Changemaking...................................... 52, 61 Social Innovation Lab............................................................... 52, 61 Social Media Advertising......................................................... 23, 29 Social Media Analytics and Optimization........................... 23, 24, 29 Social Media Basics....................................................................... 29 Social Media Final Project............................................................. 29 Social Media for Business............................................................. 29 Social Media for Public Relations...................................... 23, 24, 28 Social Media Strategy........................................................ 23, 24, 29 Specialty........................................................................................ 38 Specify and Model Requirements................................................. 15 Sports Photography....................................................................... 12 Storytelling.................................................................................... 66 Strategic Business Analysis.......................................................... 15 Strategic Communication Planning............................................... 28 Strategic Innovation.......................................................................60 Strategic Management..................................................................60 Strategic Planning..........................................................................60 Strategic Sustainability and the Energy Sector.............................. 52 Strategies and Best Practices in Business Process Management.16 Strategy Execution........................................................................60 Succession Planning for Managers......................................... 53, 56 Supervision Core Skills............................................................ 55, 56 Supervisory Excellence................................................................. 57 Supply Chain Management........................................................... 21 Supporting Learners with Disabilities............................................ 66

The Meaning and Purpose of Community Investment.................. 52 The Petroleum Industry: An Integrated Approach............................................... 62, 63, 64, 65 The Role of Technology in the Business Process Environment .................................................... 16 Third Degree Reiki/Reiki Master.................................................... 48 Tools to Enhance Instruction and Presentation............................. 66 Total Compensation....................................................................... 53 Transitional Vocational Program..................................................... 33 Transitioning from Worker to Leader............................................. 57 Transportation and Global Supply.................................................. 21 Travel and Teach English................................................................50 Travel and Teach English in China..................................................50 Travel and Teach English in Latin America.....................................50 Travel Writing................................................................................... 9 Trio of Terrariums...........................................................................10 Twitter for Business........................................................... 23, 25, 29

U Understanding Adolescents and Addiction................................... 31 Understanding and Using Financial Information...................... 54, 55 Understanding Dementia.............................................................. 44 Understanding Leadership...................................................... 54, 55 Understanding Ownership: Property Law and Contract Management..................................... 17 Using Creative Lighting: Canon Speedlite Flash............................ 12 Using Video with Social Media.......................................... 23, 25, 29

Supporting People with Disabilities in the Community................. 32 Surface Acquisitions and Divestitures........................................... 63 Surface Land Systems.................................................................. 63 Surface Rights and Regulations Overview.................................... 63 Systems Collaboration................................................................... 32 Systems in Criminal Justice and Child Protective Services........... 32

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Writing and Editing for Digital Media...........................23, 24, 27, 30

Video Production........................................................................... 39

Writing and Editing for Public Relations........................................ 28

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Writing User Guides......................................................................30

Web Designer............................................................................... 38

Wyatt Artist in Residence Program............................................... 19

Writing in the Workplace....................................................... 6, 7, 57

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Yoga Therapy................................................................................. 48

Word of Mouth Marketing (WOMM)............................................ 26

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WordPress..................................................................................... 39 WordPress for Business.......................................................... 23, 39 Working Towards Cultural Competency in Conflict Resolution....................................................................40

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