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CONTINUING EDUCATION FALL 2010

Sheridan leads the way in the GTA! 97% of students satisfied/very satisfied (Provincial Continuing Education Survey)

REGISTER NOW! http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca


The world is changing, and while this creates many challenges, there is also great opportunity. The ability to adapt and learn new skills is more important than ever, and Sheridan can help. Sheridan Continuing Education offers thousands of courses that are designed to build on your current skills or help you embark on a new career, including the opportunity to complete over 80 credentials (including certificates and diplomas). We also offer a wide range of programs geared toward personal development or simply a chance to try something new. Life can be hectic and busy lifestyles make it hard to fit in ‘just one more thing’, so we have a wide variety of learning options, from evening and weekend classes to over 200 courses delivered online that are completely flexible. At Sheridan we are Leaders in Lifelong Learning™. Over 35,000 students enroll in our programs every year. We are recognized for employing new technologies and combining them with creativity to help our graduates thrive. Sheridan students also tell us that our courses are a great way to collaborate, network and learn from fellow students. Our faculty are professionals in their own fields, so what they teach is enriched by their own experience. Our courses are kept up-to-date to keep pace with changing technologies and innovative ideas. Our Fall Calendar has over 800 programs – we invite you to explore what’s available and find the one that’s right for you. Register today! Your comments and questions are welcome at any time – please get in touch with us at ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca

Sylvia Teichtmeister Dean, School of Continuing Education

ce.sheridaninstitute.ca


How To Use This Calendar SEARCH OPTIONS

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Check the course descriptions and offerings listed by course code in the current offerings section.

Once you’re there:  Programs are grouped in sections by major categories in the front of the Calendar. Category headings appear on the blue band at the edge of the page.  This heading will identify the name of a program offered within this category The type of credential awarded for this program.

 Curriculum: A list of all courses in this program. To qualify for the program credential, you must successfully complete specified courses in the curriculum. Note: If you are not working toward a certificate or diploma, you can still take any course within a program for your own personal or professional interest providing you meet admission and/or prerequisite requirements.

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 Admission Requirements: The requirements you must meet in order to be considered for admission to this program.

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 Course Offerings: Descriptions, locations, start time and fees of courses being offered in the current term(s) are listed in alphabetical order by course code at the back of the Calendar.

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Are you considering a career as an Administrative Assistant? Become a valuable member of the modern office team! Employment opportunities exist in public administration, finance, insurance, real estate and education; computer consulting and other business services; and retail trade, manufacturing and construction.

Develop the skills required to succeed in an entry-level administrative position. Learn administrative procedures and document processing, Microsoft Office applications, interpersonal and problem-solving skills, plus organizational and time management skills.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following six courses in the recommended sequence. Note: Prerequisites must be met. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than four years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation. APPL70051 OADM70011 APPL70052 COMM70002 OADM70001 APPL70055

Word 2007, Introduction Office Systems Procedures Word 2007, Advanced Business Writing and Presentations Document Production Excel 2007, Introduction

Admission Requirements

If your keyboarding speed is less than 20 nwpm, and /or you have little or no experience using Windows, you should take OADM70000 Computer Basics and Keyboarding. For course and program guidance, contact NAME PHONE # (Halton), PHONE # (Peel) or EMAIL ADDRESS (email preferred). For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the Calendar.

Current Offerings Word

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APPLXXXXX

Learn to create, edit, format and print Word 2007 documents. Enhance and customize documents, including creating tables, charts and diagrams. Prerequisite(s): Basic Windows skills are required; knowledge of keyboarding is a definite asset. TERM YEAR CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

 Course Code: Use this code when completing a registration form or registering online.  CLS#: Make sure you also use the Class Number code when you register.

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

Administrative Assistants prepare, edit and format documents, arrange meetings, distribute correspondence, respond to inquiries, operate office equipment and maintain record management systems.

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Administrative Assistant

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Check the Index at the back of the Calendar for an alphabetical listing of course and program names.

BUSINESS – OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

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XXXXX Davis (Bram) Tue XXXXX Trafalgar (Oak) Mon

Sep X Sep X

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

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Still need help? Check the back cover for information on how to contact us directly.

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Contents ARTS AND DESIGN

BUSINESS - MANAGEMENT

Adobe Creative Series AutoCAD for Designers Crafts and Design - Ceramics, Furniture, Glass, Textiles Film and Television Certification & Professional Training Centre Fine Arts Interior Decorating Make-Up Techniques Photography - Digital Teen Summer Program

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BUSINESS - ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE Accounting Business - Accounting Major Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping Canadian Payroll Association Certified General Accountants Credit Union Institute of Canada Payroll Administration Small Business Bookeeping Tax Accounting

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BUSINESS - FINANCIAL SERVICES Canadian Securities Financial Planning Insurance Institute of Canada Investment Funds in Canada Mortgage Agent Registered Insurance Brokers

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BUSINESS - GENERAL Business Business - General (No Major) Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship Emergency Management Small Business Survival Series - Business Skills Small Business Survival Series - Computer Skills

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APICS - Materials and Operations Management, Fundamentals of (FMOM) APICS - Production and Inventory Management, Certified in (CPIM) Business Analysis Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation Canadian Institute of Management Human Resource Management ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate Management Studies Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP) NonProfit and Voluntary Sector Leadership Ontario Institute of Purchasing Management Association of Canada (OIPMAC) Project Management Project Management Exam Prep

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BUSINESS - MARKETING AND SALES Business - Marketing Major Marketing and Sales Mature Consumers StudiesTM

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BUSINESS - OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Administrative Assistant Executive Assistant Library Related Microsoft Office Applications Office Administration - Legal Office Administration - Medical

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COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES Creative Writing English - Communication English - Essential Communication Skills English as a Second Language (ESL) French Italian Japanese Language Interpreter Training Program Spanish

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Contents COMPUTER STUDIES

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY AND TRADES

Computer Systems Computer Programming Database Systems Excel Macros and VBA Information Technology Security Systems, Software, Programming and Other Related UNIX Operating Systems

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EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES ACE - Academic Upgrading Adult Education Early Childhood Education Supervision and Administration Early Childhood Education Educational Assistant General Education Courses General Studies High/Scope Training for Preschoolers

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ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Building Environmental Systems Operator CAD/CAM Institute Control Systems Electronic Fundamentals Fire Alarm Technology Home Inspection Training Math and Science College Preparation Mechanical Fundamentals Pre-Certification of Qualification Refresher Courses Quality Assurance and Management RECREATION AND LEISURE Floral Design Leisure Courses and Workshops Motorcycle Training Music Recreational Gardener Recreational Leadership 20010/11 Annual Planning Charts

Horticultural Studies Waste Water Collection Water Supply and Distribution Water Distribution and Water Collection

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS CPR and First Aid Esthetics: Skincare Therapist Esthetics: Skincare Therapist, Advanced Human Performance Training Personal Support Worker Pharmacy Technician Bridge to Regulation Practical Nursing Teaching Hatha Yoga

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AT A GLANCE Credentials and Professional Designations Distance Learning Mississauga/St. Joseph’s Offerings Information Sessions Skills Training Centre Offerings

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GENERAL INFORMATION

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INDEX

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REGISTRATION FORM

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JUSTICE STUDIES Community Safety Law Clerks Certification Police Studies Policing: Specialty Courses

REGISTER NOW

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Once you’ve decided on your course, turn to the centrefold in this Calendar and complete your registration form. Or register online – details are on the registration form.

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SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

Information Nights SCHEDULE YOUR CALENDAR! Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis Campus (7899 McLaughlin Road, Brampton, Main Building) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Campus (1430 Trafalgar Road, Oakville, Main Building) Join us at our Information Night(s) to speak with

Program Coordinators to receive information and advice about Continuing Education programs. This is a free event. Discussions start promptly at the time indicated above, so please plan to arrive early! As coordinators confirm their attendance, we will update our website.

Please refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca, Information Sessions, for updates on what programs will be represented on these dates; thank you.

ONLINE SERVICES

JOIN SHERIDAN’S TEAM OF OVER 4,996 EMPLOYERS!

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DO YOU OwN A SMALL BUSINESS OR ARE INVOLVED IN THE HIRING PROCESS? AccesSheridan, Sheridan’s online service portal, offers convenient and easy access to myStudent Centre. myStudent Centre provides Full-time students only with the following online services: • View and update personal information • Register for elective courses (Full-time Students Only) • View class schedules • View grades • View T2202 tax receipts • View transfer credit reports (for Advanced Standing/Prior Learning Assessment) Follow the instructions below to connect to AccessSheridan: 1. Got to http://access.sheridaninstitute.ca 2. Log-in using your Sheridan network username and password 3. This will bring up the AccessSheridan page. In the box labeled Sheridan Applications, follow the link titled: myStudent Centre.

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Join Sheridan and benefit in becoming a Cooperative Education and Internship Partner. Responsible, skillful and affordable Sheridan students are available for paid, four-month work placements in over 30 fields of study including business, computers, science and technology, health, and the arts.

Contact the Co-op Offices Brampton: 905-459-7533, ext. 4355 Oakville: 905-845-9430, ext. 2649

www1.sheridanc.on.ca/services/coop/

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Check out our Daytime Offerings at Sheridan’s Skills Training Centre in Oakville Sheridan’s Skills Training Centre (STC) is located at 407 Iroquois Shore Road in Oakville. Don’t want to go out at night? We offer part-time courses in the following programs during the day: • Early Childhood Education • Interior Decorating • Office Administration - Medical

Office Administration - Medical Fast-track the Continuing Education program during the day and finish in one year!* Fall 2010 Business Communication

Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Sept 14 to Oct 28

Word 2007, Introduction

Mondays & Fridays 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Sept 13 to Nov 1

Word 2007, Advanced

Fridays & Mondays 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Nov 5 to Dec 20

Medical Terminology 1

Tuesdays & Thursdays 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Nov 2 to Dec 16

Medical Terminology 2

Tuesdays 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

Jan 11 to Apr 12

Anatomy and Physiology

Wednesdays 2 to 5 p.m.

Jan 12 to Apr 13

Medical Office Billing Procedures

Mondays & Fridays 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Jan 10 to Feb 28

Medical Office Procedures

Fridays & Mondays 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

March 4 to Apr 18

Medical Documents & Techniques

Tuesdays 1 to 4:30 p.m.

Apr 26 to July 12

Medical Machine Transcription

Thursdays 2 to 5:30 p.m.

Apr 28 to July 14

Winter 2011

Spring 2011

*Pending sufficient enrolment

Refer to the Index to locate program descriptions. Refer to the Current Offerings for details on course start dates, times and fees.

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Mississauga / St Joseph’s Offerings Accounting 1 ACCG16971

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French Beginner 2 LANG70026

109

Accounting 2 ACCG17937

82

French Beginner 3 LANG70027

109

Accounting Info Systems 1 INFO31787

106

Fundamentals of Project Management

Advanced Accounting 1 ACCG35141

83

Human Relations

Advanced Accounting 2 ACCG30624

MGMT79001

114

HUMN16693G

106

82

Human Resource Administration

HRMT70006

105

MATH36901

112

Human Resource Management 1

HRMT16127

104

Auditing 1 ACCG36913

83

Human Resource Planning

HRMT70007

105

Automobile Insurance - Part 1

Advanced Business Statistics

BUSM79802

91

Industrial and Labour Relations

HRMT70009

105

Basic Communication Skills

COMM19997

93

Insurance Against Liability Part 1

BUSM79804

91

Business Communication

COMM12423

92

Insurance Basic Broker Registration

BUSM79823

92

Business Mathematics 1

MATH16269

111

Insurance On Property

BUSM79805

91

Business of Insurance

BUSM79806

91

Intermediate Accounting 1 ACCG21627

82

Canadian Securities Course Volume 1

FINA52399

101

Intermediate Accounting 2 ACCG21646

Child Abuse

SOCS10023

97

Investment Funds in Canada

FINA26326

101

Child Development

EDUC15323

97

Law for Business Managers LAWS70001

110

Children with Special Needs

EDUC23109

97

Macroeconomics

Compensation and Benefits

HRMT70002

104 84

Computer Applications for Business APPL19402

82

ECON22358G

96

Marketing 1

MKTG19439

115

Marketing 2

MKTG10625

115

Corporate Finance 1

FINA21048

101

Marketing Promotion Management ADVG20905

84

Corporate Finance 2

Micro Economics

96

FINA28027

101

Costs and Budgets ACCG20478

82

Mortgage Agent Program

ECON15269G BUSM79700

91

Costs and Management Accounting ACCG23626

82

Occupational Health and Safety

HRMT70013

105

Customer Relationship Management

MKTG20480

115

Organizational Behaviour

HRMT70015

105

ESL - Effective Speaking and Listening

EASL78001

96

Principles and Practice of Insurance

BUSM79801

91

ESL - Grammar Skills

EASL78002

96

Professional Relationship Skills

COMM16117

93

ESL - Pronunciation 1

EASL78003

96

Promoting Pro Social Behaviour

EDUC25283

97

ESL - Writing Effectively

EASL78010

96

Recruiting and Selection

HRMT70018

105

Essential Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent BUSM79827

92

Reports and Presentations

COMM28883

93

Essential Communication Skills

93

Speaking Canadian English

EASL78008

96

86

Statistical Methods and Analysis

MATH29875

112

COMM19999

“Excel 2007, Introduction” APPL70055 Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers

FINA22289

101

Taxation 1 ACCG34780

Finance

FINA11079

101

Training and Development

Finance and Managerial Accounting ACCG70011

83

French Beginner 1 LANG70025

109

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HRMT70019

106

“Word 2007, Introduction” APPL70051

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Distance Learning and Online Courses Fall 2010 Fall Semester 2010 Courses Start: September 10, 2010 Last Date to Register: September 17, 2010 Last Date to Book Final Exams: December 1, 2010 Final Exams: Tue – Wed – Thu – Sat (week of Dec 14, 2010)

Courses with Location of Online(Sheridan) Your Course is located on the Sheridan server You will receive your UserID and initial PassWord in the mail. Then Log in via this link: https://vista.sheridaninstitute.ca/webct/ entryPage.dowebct - and follow the instructions

Winter Semester 2011 Courses Start: January 14, 2011 Last Date to Register: January 21, 2011 Last Date to Book Final Exams: April 1, 2011 Final Exams: Tue – Wed – Thu – Sat (week of April 19, 2011)

Courses with a Location of Online(OntarioLearn) Your course is located on the OntarioLearn Embanet server.

This and more detailed information is available on our website: http://conedonline.sheridaninstitute.ca

For textbooks, or to find out if you need a text book, please contact the Davis Campus Bookstore, online at: www.sheridan-davis.bkstr.com You’ll need the Sheridan course code when you order your text(s) online.

Your UserID and initial PassWord is available on the Ontario Learn web site at: http://oleportal.embanet.com/ - and follow the instructions.

Sheridan offers online courses in the following formats. • OntarioLearn Hosted Online Courses • Sheridan Hosted Online Courses • Sheridan Hosted Online Hybrid Courses

Withdrawal from courses can only be done by email to: ce.online@sheridaninstitute.ca

Note: Hybrid courses are a predetermined mix of online and in-class delivery. The information for online courses does not apply to Hybrid courses. OntarioLearn is a consortium of 22 Ontario Colleges who have partnered to develop and deliver online courses, following the principle: • All Colleges are developing and hosting courses • Students may register for any of the courses at any of the 22 Colleges For admission to online courses, students must be a Grade 12 graduate or a mature student, 19 years of age or over.

Withdrawal Deadline 1 You are eligible for a refund of the course cost less $30.00* if withdrawal occurs within 13 days from the scheduled start date. There will be no record on your transcript. * Applies to domestic students only – International students are subject to a $125 fee. Withdrawal Deadline 2 If you withdraw after 13 days from the scheduled start date, but before 42 days from the scheduled start date, you may be eligible for a partial refund. There will be no record on your transcript. Withdrawal Deadline 3 If you withdraw after 42 days from the scheduled start date, but before 30 days of the scheduled end date, you are not eligible for a refund. A grade of ‘W’ (withdrawn) will be on your transcript.

All distance learning, online courses are exempt from Senior’s fees. Please register 1 week prior to the term start date as it may take up to 48 hours to have your online account activated.

After the 30 days before the scheduled end date, you cannot withdraw from courses and you will receive a grade based upon the course achievements.

Suggested minimum computer requirements Hardware • Pentium II or higher • 256 Mbytes of RAM memory or higher • 250 Mbytes of free hard drive storage space • VGA or better graphics card • 56.6 KBd modem or faster DSL Internet connection • Printer is optional Software • Internet access • Windows browser (IE Versions 6 or higher) • Email account, or use Sheridan email account

Refunds take approx. 30 days to process. For full details of all the refund policies, please see our website.

Note: It is the student’s responsibility to acquire the appropriate software for any of the courses offered.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Final Exams Please observe that all final exams are held at the Davis Campus in Brampton only, and can only be booked online, using the following address: http://conedexams.sheridaninstitute.ca You will receive an email confirmation of your exam booking right away. Final grades are posted on the Access Sheridan website. It may take 2 – 3 weeks to receive your grades from OntarioLearn, which could be critical if you need your grade to graduate.

Course Access depends upon where the course is hosted. For detailed step by step instructions on how to access your course, please refer to our website.

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SHERIDAN ONLINE PROGRAMS AND COURSES SHERIDAN ONLINE PROGRAMS Accounting - Sheridan Certificate.................................................................. 17 Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping - Association Equivalency........................ 19 Home Inspection Training - Recognition of Achievement................................ 74 Human Rescource Management - Sheridan Certificate.................................. 34 MLCP Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program.................................... 38 Tax Accounting - Sheridan Certificate............................................................ 23 Small Business Bookkeeping - Sheridan Certificate........................................ 22

SHERIDAN ONLINE COURSES ACCG70001 Accounting 1 - DL............................................................. 83 ACCG70002 Accounting 2 - DL............................................................. 83 ACCG70004 Accounting, Intermediate 1 - DL........................................ 83 ACCG70005 Accounting, Intermediate 2 - DL........................................ 83 ACCG70006 Accounting, Intermediate 3 - DL........................................ 83 ACCG70007 Accounting, Managerial 1 - DL.......................................... 83 ACCG70008 Accounting, Managerial 2 - DL.......................................... 83 ACCG70010 Finance and Management Accounting, Introduction - DL... 83 ACCG70012 Auditing 1 - Distance Learning.......................................... 84 ACCG70013 Auditing 2 - Distance Learning.......................................... 84 ACCG70014 Forensic Accounting, Introduction - DL............................... 84 ACCG70015 Financial Management 1 - DL........................................... 84 APPL25360 Accounting Software Application 1.................................... 84 APPL30275 Accounting Software Application 2.................................... 84 APPL70010 Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring)- DL............................ 84 APPL70012 Flash XML - DL................................................................. 84 APPL70013 Flash, Introduction to - DL................................................. 84 APPL70015 MS Access, Core - DL........................................................ 84 APPL70016 MS Access, Expert - DL...................................................... 85 APPL70017 MS Excel, Core - DL.......................................................... 85 APPL70018 MS Excel, Expert - DL........................................................ 85 APPL70019 MS Office Professional: XP................................................ 85 APPL70020 MS PowerPoint - DL.......................................................... 85 APPL70021 MS Word, Core - DL.......................................................... 85 APPL70022 MS Word, Expert - DL........................................................ 85 APPL70023 Photoshop Level 1 - DL..................................................... 85 APPL70024 Quickbooks, Introduction - DL........................................... 85 APPL70026 Simply Accounting -DL...................................................... 85 APPL70027 Dreamweaver, Advanced - DL............................................ 85 APPL70029 FrontPage - DL.................................................................. 85 APPL70032 Windows XP - DL.............................................................. 85 APPL70033 Creating Web Pages with HTML........................................ 85 APPL70034 MS Outlook - DL............................................................... 86 APPL70038 Photoshop Level 2 - DL..................................................... 86 APPL70039 Software Application Integration - DL................................ 86 APPL70048 GIS, Introduction to - DL.................................................... 86 APPL70050 GIS ArcView -Distance Learning......................................... 86 APPL70058 ACCPAC General Ledger - DL............................................ 86 APPL70059 ACCPAC Accounts Payable - DL......................................... 87 APPL70060 ACCPAC Accounts Receivable-DL...................................... 87 APPL70061 MS Office 2007 Version 12 - DL........................................ 87 APPL79000 Project Management Scheduling Software......................... 88 BIOL70000 Biology, Preparatory - DL................................................... 89 BUSM70002 Business Law - DL............................................................. 89 BUSM70003 Entrepreneurship - DL....................................................... 89 BUSM70004 Macroeconomics, Introduction - DL................................... 89

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BUSM70006 Payroll Administration - DL................................................ 89 BUSM70008 Microeconomics, Introduction - DL.................................... 89 BUSM70011 Statistics-DL...................................................................... 89 BUSM70012 Ethical Issues in Business - DL........................................... 89 BUSM70014 Age Wave, Demographic Business Impact.......................... 89 BUSM70015 Marketing to the Mature Consumer.................................. 90 BUSM70016 New Norm: Work, Retirement, Caregiving.......................... 90 BUSM70018 Small Business Entrepreneurship Introduction to-DL........... 90 BUSM70019 Small Business Financial Management - DL....................... 90 BUSM70020 Small Business Operation Legal Issues - DL........................ 90 BUSM70021 Environmental Policy Economics - DL................................. 90 BUSM79001 Continuous Improvement Process...................................... 90 BUSM79002 Coaching and Developing People...................................... 90 BUSM79003 Developing Effective Teams............................................... 90 BUSM79004 Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry....................... 90 BUSM79013 The Business of Tomorrow -MLCP...................................... 91 CHEM70000 Chemistry, Preparatory - DL............................................... 92 COMM70003 Business Writing Strategies-DL.......................................... 93 COMM70004 Researching and Reporting-DL.......................................... 93 COMM70011 Writing Grammatically - DL............................................... 93 COMM70013 Writing Romance Fiction-DL.............................................. 93 COMM70014 Grammar for Writing Professionals -DL.............................. 93 COMM70016 Writing for Publication - DL............................................... 94 COMM70018 Writing Short Stories - DL.................................................. 94 COMM70019 English 1 - DL................................................................... 94 COMM70020 English 2 - DL................................................................... 94 COMM70026 What in the World is Going On?........................................ 94 COMM70029 Technical Communications - DL......................................... 94 COMM70030 Writing for Publication II -DL............................................. 94 COMM78002 Writing Sales Material - DL............................................... 94 COMM78003 Writing a Business Manual - DL........................................ 94 COMM78004 Writing a Marketing Plan - DL........................................... 94 COMM78005 Writing for the Web - DL................................................... 94 COMM79901 Communication and Professional Practices........................ 94 DBAS70001 Database Fundamentals - DL............................................ 95 DSGN70000 Active Server Pages-DL...................................................... 96 ECON15269G Micro Economics............................................................... 96 ECON22358G Macroeconomics............................................................... 96 EDUC70026 Adult Learning - DL........................................................... 98 EDUC70027 Working With Parents - DL................................................ 98 EDUC77014 Online Delivery, Introduction to - DL.................................. 99 ENGI70005 Fire Protection - DL........................................................... 99 ENGI79801 Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Inspection................... 100 ENGI79802 Electrical Inspection........................................................ 100 ENGI79803 Exterior Inspection.......................................................... 100 ENGI79804 Heating Inspection 1....................................................... 100 ENGI79805 Heating Inspection 2....................................................... 100 ENGI79806 Interior and Insulation Inspection.................................... 100 ENGI79807 Plumbing Inspection....................................................... 100 ENGI79808 Roofing Inspection.......................................................... 100 ENGI79809 Structure Inspection........................................................ 100 FINA10378 Financial Choices in Your Life.......................................... 100 FINA70003 Taxation 1 - DL............................................................... 101 FINA70004 Taxation 2 - Distance Learning........................................ 101 HRMT70003 Compensation Management - DL.................................... 104 HRMT70004 Human Resources Management, Principles of.................. 105

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HRMT70008 Human Resources Planning and Development-DL............ 105 HRMT70010 Industrial Relations - DL.................................................. 105 HRMT70014 Occupational Health and Safety DL.................................. 105 HRMT70015 Organizational Behaviour................................................ 105 HRMT70016 Personell Research Techniques and Human Resources Information Systems - DL............ 105 HRMT70017 Recruitment, Selection and Interviewing Techniques-DL... 105 HRMT70020 Training and Development - DL....................................... 106 HRMT70022 Health Safety Program Management - DL........................ 106 HUMN18888G Aging Matters................................................................ 106 INFO70001 Network + - DL.............................................................. 106 INFO70005 Presentions and Desktop Publishing-DL........................... 106 INFO70007 Computers 1, Introduction to - DL................................... 107 INFO70008 Acquisitions - DL............................................................. 107 INFO70009 Cataloguing Electronic and Internet Resources-DL........... 107 INFO70010 Client Services - DL......................................................... 107 INFO70011 Collect Maintenance and Inventory Control - DL.............. 107 INFO70012 Database Design for Information Workers - DL................. 107 INFO70013 Descriptive Access Cataloguing 1 - DL............................. 107 INFO70014 Descriptive Access Cataloguing II - DL............................. 107 INFO70016 Government Information - DL.......................................... 107 INFO70017 Health Libraries and Resources - DL................................. 107 INFO70019 Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction - DL..................... 107 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to - DL. ...... 107 INFO70023 INFO70024 Library Financial Management Budgeting - DL................. 107 INFO70025 Multimedia - Distance Learning....................................... 107 INFO70027 Serials - Distance Learning.............................................. 108 INFO70028 Subject Analysis and Classification - DL........................... 108 INFO70029 Computer Skills for Business - DL.................................... 108 JUST70010 Canadian Justice System and Legislation - DL.................. 108 JUST70016 Criminology - DL............................................................. 108 JUST70018 Police Powers 1 - DL....................................................... 108 JUST70024 Criminal Psychology, Psychopathic Minds - DL................. 108 LANG70020 Français 1 - DL................................................................ 108 LANG70023 Français 2 - DL................................................................ 108 LANG70024 Français 3 - DL................................................................ 109 LAWS70000 Law in Society, Introduction to -DL.................................. 110 LAWS70002 Community and Social Services - DL................................ 110 LAWS70004 Law for the Workplace - DL............................................. 110 LEIS70003 Genealogy - DL............................................................... 110 LITT70009 Introduction to Children’s Literature-DL........................... 111 LITT70010 Literature, Understanding - DL......................................... 111 LITT70011 Myths and Legends - DL.................................................. 111 LITT70012 Science Fiction - DL......................................................... 111 LITT70013 Children’s Fantasy Liturature -DL..................................... 111 LITT78001 Creative Writing, Beginners-DL........................................ 111 MATH16269 Business Mathematics 1.................................................. 111 MATH29875 Statistical Methods and Analysis...................................... 112 MATH70005 College Mathematics, Foundations of - DL....................... 112 MATH70006 Finance and Accounting Math - DL.................................. 112 MATH70007 Mathematics, Fundamental - DL...................................... 112 MATH70008 Mathematics, Technical - DL............................................ 112 MATH70009 Basic and Algebraic Math -DL......................................... 112 MGMT70001 Management and Leadership Skills for the Early Childhood Educator....................................113 MGMT70004 Management Principles - DL........................................... 113 MGMT70006 Management Skills - DL.................................................. 113 MGMT70009 Employment Law-DL....................................................... 113

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MGMT70018 Writing: Project Management - DL.................................. 114 MGMT70019 Environment Management, Intro - DL.............................. 114 MGMT70020 Environmental Services - DL............................................ 114 MGMT78000 Writing a Business Proposal-DL....................................... 114 MGMT78001 Writing a Business Plan - DL........................................... 114 MGMT79001 Fundamentals of Project Management............................ 114 MGMT79009 Managing Project Quality and Risk.................................. 114 MGMT79010 Managing Project Scope and Time................................... 114 MGMT79011 Managing Project Procurement and Cost......................... 114 MGMT79012 Project Human Resources and Communication Management.... 114 MKTG22183 Marketing on the WWW................................................. 115 MKTG70000 Customer Relations, Building and Maintaining................. 115 MKTG70001 Market Research, Applied - DL........................................ 115 MKTG70005 Purchasing - DL.............................................................. 115 NUTR76001 Body and Nutrition-DL.................................................... 116 NUTR76002 Nutrition, Introduction-DL............................................... 116 OADM70002 Legal Office Procedures-DL............................................. 116 OADM70003 Legal Terminology-DL...................................................... 117 OADM70010 Medical Terminology - DL................................................ 117 OADM70012 Office Technology and Procedures - DL............................ 117 OADM70014 Health Records Management - DL................................... 117 OADM70016 Work and Communicating in a Medic Setting -DL............ 118 OADM70017 Veterinary Office Skills Procedures-DL.............................. 118 OADM70018 Veterinary Terminology - DL............................................. 118 PHAR70001 Professional Practice for Pharmacy Technician Bridging.... 119 PHAR70002 Pharmacology-Pharmacy Technician Bridging................... 119 PHAR70003 Product Preparation for Pharmacy Technician Bridging..... 119 PHAR70004 Management of Drug Distribution for Pharmacy Technician Bridging.................................. 119 PHIL70000 Environmental Citizenship-DL.......................................... 119 PHIL70001 Environmental Ethics - DL............................................... 119 PHYS70000 Preparatory Physics - DL.................................................. 119 PROG70002 Client Side JavaScript,Intermediate.................................. 119 PROG70004 Fundamentals: HTML, JavaScript, CGI.............................. 119 PROG70005 Java Introduction - DL..................................................... 119 PROG70006 Java Intermediate - DL.................................................... 120 PROG70017 C# Programming, Introduction to - DL............................. 120 PROG70018 Programming in C - DL.................................................... 120 PROG70019 XML Introduction - DL..................................................... 120 PSYC70001 Abnormal Psychology - DL.............................................. 120 PSYC70003 Developmental Psychology-DL......................................... 120 PSYC70005 Psychology - Introduction - DL......................................... 120 QUAL79001 Quality Concepts............................................................ 120 QUAL79003 Quality Auditing 1 (QA)................................................... 120 RELG12403G Paths of Faith.................................................................. 121 SCIE70000 Botany, Basic - DL........................................................... 121 SCIE70006 The Healthy Garden - DL................................................. 121 SCIE16048G Technology: Apocalypse or Eden...................................... 121 SOCI70003 Sociology - Introduction - DL........................................... 122 SOCI70006 Human Sexuality - DL...................................................... 122 SOCI70008 Contemporary Canadian Social Problems-DL................... 122 SOCI70009 Sexual Violence - DL........................................................ 122 SOCI70010 Soccer and Its Impact on Society..................................... 122 SOCI70011 Hockey Hall of Fame Presents.......................................... 122 SOCI13454G Cybernation.................................................................... 122 SOCS70001 Canada-70 Years Through Good Times and Bad............... 122 SOCS70002 Canadian Politics - DL..................................................... 122 SOCS70003 Critical Thinking - DL....................................................... 122

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Credentials and Professional Designations ARTS AND DESIGN Adobe Acrobat Pro Series, Recognition of Achievement............................ 11 Adobe Digital Photo and Video Creative Series, Recognition of Achievement....11 Adobe Illustrator Creative Series, Recognition of Achievement.................. 11 Adobe InDesign Creative Series, Recognition of Achievement................... 12 Adobe Photoshop Creative Series, Recognition of Achievement................ 12 AutoCAD for Designers, Recognition of Achievement................................ 13 Fine Arts, Sheridan Certificate.................................................................. 13 Interior Decorating, Sheridan Certificate................................................... 14 Make-up Artistry, Sheridan Certificate...................................................... 15 Make-up Techniques, Recognition of Achievement.................................... 15 Photography-Digital, Sheridan Certificate................................................. 15

BUSINESS – OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Administrative Assistant, Sheridan Certificate........................................... 43 Executive Assistant, Sheridan Certificate.................................................. 44 Microsoft Office Applications - Sheridan Certificate.................................. 45 Office Administration - Legal, Sheridan Certificate.................................... 45 Office Administration - Medical, Sheridan Certificate................................ 46

BUSINESS –� ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE Accounting, Sheridan Certificate.............................................................. 17 Business - Accounting, Ontario College Diploma...................................... 18 Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping*........................................................ 19 Canadian Payroll Association - Certified Payroll Management Program*......................................................................................... 19 Certified General Accountants of Ontario*............................................... 20 Credit Union Institute of Canada–General Business Studies Certificate*... 21 Payroll Administration, Recognition of Achievement.................................. 21 Small Business Bookkeeping, Sheridan Certificate.................................... 22 Tax Accounting, Sheridan Certificate........................................................ 23

COMPUTER STUDIES

BUSINESS – FINANCIAL SERVICES

Canadian Investment Funds*................................................................... 26 Canadian Securities*............................................................................... 24 Financial Planning, Recognition of Achievement....................................... 24 Insurance Institute of Canada Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) Program*............................................................................................ 25 Investment Funds in Canada*.................................................................. 26 Mortgage Agent Program*...................................................................... 26 Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario Licensing Course*...................... 26

BUSINESS – GENERAL

Business, Ontario College Diploma........................................................... 27 Business, Sheridan Certificate.................................................................. 27 Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship*.................................................. 29

BUSINESS – MANAGEMENT

APICS-Materials and Operations Management, Fundamentals of (FMOM)*.....30 APICS-Production and Inventory Management, Certified in (CPIM)*......... 31 Business Analysis, Sheridan Certificate*................................................... 31 Canadian Institute of Management - Certification in Management and Administration (C.I.M.)*...................................................................... 33 Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation*...................................... 32 Human Resources Management, Sheridan Certificate............................... 34 Management Studies - Human Resources, Sheridan Certificate................. 36 Management Studies - Production, Sheridan Certificate........................... 37 Management Studies - Small Business, Sheridan Certificate...................... 37 Management Studies - General, Sheridan Certificate................................ 36 Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP)............................. 38 Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Leadership, Sheridan Certificate.............. 38 Ontario Institute of Purchasing Management Association of Canada*...... 39 Project Management, Sheridan Certificate*.............................................. 39

BUSINESS -� MARKETING AND SALES

Business - Marketing, Ontario College Diploma........................................ 41 Marketing and Sales, Sheridan Certificate................................................ 42 Mature Consumers Studies, Sheridan Certificate....................................... 43

COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES

Creative Writing, Recognition of Achievement.......................................... 48 French: Conversational Proficiency, Sheridan Certificate............................ 49 Japanese, Recognition of Achievement..................................................... 50 Language Interpreter Training Program, Sheridan Certificate..................... 51 Computer Programming - Introduction, Recognition of Achievement......... 52 Computer Systems, Sheridan Certificate................................................... 52 Database Systems, Recognition of Achievement....................................... 53 Excel Macros and VBA, Recognition of Achievement................................. 53 Information Technology, Sheridan Certificate............................................ 53 Security, Recognition of Achievement....................................................... 54 UNIX Operating Systems, Recognition of Achievement.............................. 54

EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES

Adult Education, Sheridan Certificate....................................................... 56 Early Childhood Education, Ontario College Diploma................................ 58 Early Childhood Education - Supervision and Administration, Ontario College Graduate Certificate................................................... 57 Educational Assistant, Ontario College Diploma....................................... 60 General Studies, Sheridan Certificate........................................................ 61

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

Horticultural Studies, Sheridan Certificate................................................. 63 Waste Water Collection, Sheridan Certificate............................................ 63 Water Distribution and Supply, Sheridan Certificate.................................. 64 Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection, Ontario College Certificate... 64

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist, Sheridan Certificate................................... 65 Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist, Advanced, Sheridan Certificate................... 65 Human Performance Training, Sheridan Certificate.................................... 66 Personal Support Worker, Ontario College Certificate................................ 67 Practical Nursing, Ontario College Diploma.............................................. 68 Teaching Hatha Yoga, Sheridan Certificate............................................... 69

JUSTICE STUDIES

Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario Law Clerks Certification Program*........ 70

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY AND TRADES

Building Environmental Systems Operator-Class 1, Sheridan Certificate..... 72 Building Environmental Systems Operator-Class 2, Sheridan Certificate..... 72 Control Systems, Sheridan Certificate....................................................... 73 Electronic Fundamentals, Sheridan Certificate.......................................... 73 Fire Alarm Technology Program*.............................................................. 73 Home Inspection Training, Recognition of Achievement*.......................... 74 Mechanical Fundamentals, Sheridan Certificate........................................ 75 Quality Assurance, Sheridan Certificate.................................................... 76

RECREATION AND LEISURE

Floral Design, Recognition of Achievement............................................... 78

* Denotes Professional Designation

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Arts and Design ARTS AND DESIGN

Sheridan’s Arts and Culture offerings aim to push creative boundaries, and explore and challenge individual talent and imagination. Enhance artistic expression and communication through a variety of exciting media: photography, painting,drawing, crafts (ceramics, glass, wood, textiles), digital media or display design. Courses are taught by experienced professionals and artisans in spacious, well – equipped studio facilities.

Adobe Acrobat Pro Series NEW!

From a fundamental, hands-on introduction through to the more advanced aspects of this program, learn the essential skills required to edit your digital images and video.

RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Taught by industry professionals, the Adobe Acrobat Pro Series offers a comprehensive set of workshops designed to help you get the most out of the Adobe Acrobat Pro. From a fundamental, hands-on introduction through to the more advanced aspects of the program, learn the essential skills required to master Adobe Acrobat Pro.

Course

e  APPL78024 e  APPL78025

Adobe Acrobat Pro Adobe Acrobat Pro Advanced

Curriculum Succesfully complete the following workshops: e  APPL78014 e  APPL78017 e  APPL78027 e  APPL78028

Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals Photoshop for Digital Photography Adobe Premiere Fundamentals - Video Editing Adobe Premiere Intermediate - Video Editing

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Information on this series of workshops can be obtained by contacting Program coordinator Paul Kelly at paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca Adobe Series Programs - Information Session Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet with the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are free of charge. Please PRE-REGISTER with the coordinator paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca two days prior to the session to confirm your attendance.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Information on this series of workshops can be obtained by contacting Program Coordinator Paul Kelly at paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca Adobe Series Programs - Information Session Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet with the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are free of charge. Please PRE-REGISTER with the coordinator paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca two days prior to the session to confirm your attendance. Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times.

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times.

Adobe Digital Photo and Video Creative Series NEW!

RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Taught by Adobe Certified Experts, the Adobe Creative Series offers a comprehensive set of workshops designed to help you get the most out of the Adobe Creative Suite.

RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Taught by industry professionals, the Adobe Digital Photo and Video Series offers a comprehensive set of workshops designed to help you get the most out of the digital images and video.

Fall 2010

Adobe Illustrator Creative Series

From a fundamental, hands-on introduction through to the more advanced aspects of the program, learn the essential skills required to master Adobe Illustrator.

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Curriculum Successfully complete the following workshops: e  APPL78012 e  APPL78021 e  APPL78020

Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals Adobe Illustrator Intermediate Adobe Illustrator Advanced

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Information on this series of workshops can be obtained by contacting Program Coordinator Paul Kelly at paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca Adobe Series Programs - Information Session Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet with the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are free of charge. Please PRE-REGISTER with the coordinator paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca two days prior to the session to confirm your attendance. Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times.

Adobe InDesign Creative Series

Adobe Series Programs - Information Session Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet with the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are free of charge. Please PRE-REGISTER with the coordinator paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca two days prior to the session to confirm your attendance. Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times.

Adobe Photoshop Creative Series RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Taught by Adobe Certified Experts, the Adobe Creative Series offers a comprehensive set of workshops designed to help you get the most out of the Adobe Creative Suite. From a fundamental, hands-on introduction through to the more advanced aspects of the program, learn the essential skills required to master Adobe Photoshop.

Curriculum Successfully complete the following workshops: e  APPL78014 e  APPL78018 e  APPL78019

Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals Adobe Photoshop Intermediate Adobe Photoshop Advanced

RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Taught by Adobe Certified Experts, the Adobe Creative Series offers a comprehensive set of workshops designed to help you get the most out of the Adobe Creative Suite.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

From a fundamental, hands-on introduction through to the more advanced aspects of the program, learn the essential skills required to master Adobe InDesign.

Information on this series of workshops can be obtained by contacting Program Coordinator Paul Kelly at paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca

Curriculum Successfully complete the following workshops: e  APPL78013 e  APPL78026 e  APPL78022

Adobe InDesign Fundamentals Adobe InDesign Intermediate Adobe InDesign Advanced

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Information on this series of workshops can be obtained by contacting Program Coordinator Paul Kelly at paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca

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Adobe Series Programs - Information Session Information sessions provide an opportunity to meet with the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are free of charge. Please PRE-REGISTER with the coordinator paul.kelly@sheridanc.on.ca two days prior to the session to confirm your attendance. Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, April 5, 2011, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times.

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Fall 2010


AutoCAD for Designers

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT

Curriculum Introduction to CADD Computer Assisted Design 1 Computer Assisted Design 2

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Donna Armstrong at 905-845-9430, ext. 8610 or email: donna.armstrong@sheridaninstitute.ca

Crafts and Design The Crafts and Design Program provides you with an opportunity to explore and develop your talents in the crafts area. During class time you will have access to some of the best craft studio facilities in Canada.

Curriculum Courses are offered in ceramics, furniture, glass and textiles. Ceramics e  CERM70002 e  CERM78001

Ceramics: Throwing Ceramics Studio *

Furniture e  FURN70002 e  FURN70004 e  FURN70005 e  FURN70001 e  FURN78001 e  FURN78002 e  FURN78003

Wood Furniture: Small Cabinet Wood Furniture: Table Wood Furniture: Veneer and Solid Wood Woodworking, Introduction to Wood Studio * Drawer Making, Introduction to Chair Design, Introduction to

Note: FURN70001 is a prerequisite for FURN70002, FURN70004, FURN70005. FURN78002, FURN78003 Glass e  GLAS38792 e  GLAS34258 e  GLAS36805 e  GLAS36125

Kilnworking Glass 1 Kilnworking Glass 2 Flameworking Glass 1 Flameworking Glass 2

Textiles e  TXTL70001 e  TXTL78001

Textile Screen Printing Textile Studio *

* Note: Studio courses are exempt from reduced fees. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

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Film and Television - Certification and Professional Training Centres Experience superior learning in our Oakville–based AVID Authorized Education Centre. Located in the Sheridan Centre for Animation and Emerging Technologies (SCAET), our state–of–the–art environment trains professionals in specialized editing skills using the newest AVID Adrenaline HD™ systems. Upon successful completion of the various levels of training, successful students receive an AVID Certificate of Completion. More experienced AVID users can take advantage of our testing centre to apply for the AVID CERTIFIED USER PROGRAM (ACU). AVID Adrenaline HD™ courses are authorized by AVID Technology, Inc –WorldWide Training and are instructed by AVID® certified faculty.

You must successfully complete three courses in the order listed: e  INFO16859 e  INFO20104 e  INFO20818

For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Robert Diemert at 905-845-9430, ext. 2659.

For more information on the AVID Authorized Education Centre visit the website at http://avid.sheridaninstitute.ca Sheridan is proud to be the authorized and official trainer for the Motion Picture Camera Assistant Workshops developed in collaboration with I.A.T.S.E. Local 667. The curriculum is delivered in a variety of demonstrations and lectures and is complimented by in-studio/outdoor work and on-set visits. A Letter of Intent and Resumé are required prior to acceptance into this program. Although completion of these workshops does not guarantee a seat in the I.A.T.S.E. Local 667 Camera Trainee Program, graduates from Sheridan’s workshops will be given priority if they elect to participate in the Training Committee screening process. For more information on IATSE (Local 677) Authorized Training Centre visit the website at iatse.sheridaninstitue.ca

Fine Arts SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Fine Arts Program provides you with an opportunity to explore and develop your awareness in drawing and painting. Note: Fine Arts students are required, as part of the curriculum, to study life drawing. This regularly includes drawing the nude figure and the study of human anatomy. Attention Painting Students: All classes are conducted using non-toxic media. The use of solvents and oil based paints is strictly prohibited.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following: Compulsory courses (4) Art History, Introduction e  ARTS70001 Colour in Fine Art e  ARTS70002 Painting 1 (Fine Arts) e  ARTS70007 Drawing 1 (Fine Arts) or e  ARTS70003 Figure Drawing 1 e  ARTS70005 Compulsory workshop (1) Professional Artist’s Portfolio e  ARTS70013 Electives – Select two of: Drawing-Painting Transition (formerly Drawing 2 e  ARTS70004 (Fine Arts) Figure Drawing 2 e  ARTS70006 Landscape Painting with Len Aguanno e  ARTS70009

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ARTS AND DESIGN

The AutoCAD for Designers Program is ideal for those designers, decorators and merchandisers who wish to learn the principles and operations of AutoCAD. Begin with basic AutoCAD commands and as you progress through the series of courses, learn more advanced concepts and commands. All work will be architecturally based.


e  ARTS70008 e  ARTS70010

Painting 2 – Life Painting Portraits

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator John Parker at 905-845-9430, ext. 2612.

Fine Arts - Other Related The following courses are not part of a Certificate in Fine Arts but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities in this field of study. Attention Painting Students: All classes are conducted using non–toxic media. The use of solvents and oil based paints is strictly prohibited.

Courses

e  ARTS78022 e  ARTS78016 e  ARTS78023

Digital Painting (Imaginism Studios) Drawing Studio Painting Studio

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

e  DESN14049 e  DESN10199 e  DESN12758 e  DESN10000 e  DESN27370 e  DESN70006

Colour Theory and Interior Applications Textiles and Applications Finishes and Sustainable Issues Interior Environments 1 – Space Planning Basics Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings Business Practice for Interior Decorators

Electives – Select four of the following: Introduction to CADD e  INFO16859 Drafting – Residential Spaces e  DESN10123 History of the Decorative Arts e  HIST15288 Lighting e  DESN20025 Rendering and Presentation Skills 1 e  DESN20065 Visual Concepts and Principles e  DESN10049 Kitchen and Bath: The Basics e  DESN70005 Students wishing to apply to Year Two of the full time Interior Decorating Diploma program must also complete: e  COMM19999

Essential Communication Skills *

* Prerequisite required - see course description And the following electives: e  DESN10049 e  DESN10123 e  HIST15288

Visual Concepts and Principles Drafting – Residential Spaces History of the Decorative Arts

Interior Decorating - Other Related

The following course is not part of the Certificate in Interior Decorating but offered as a valuable learning opportunity.

Interior Decorating

e  ATDN70002

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

The Interior Decorating Program provides excellent preparation for those wishing to pursue a career in residential decorating. Graduates may choose to work in a variety of creative areas. They may choose self employment or gain employment as sales consultants in retail or wholesale showrooms, or as colour, space planning or decorative arts consultants. The Continuing Education Interior Decorating Certificate program curriculum has been revised to align with the first year of the full-time Interior Decorating Diploma program. Students who successfully complete the Continuing Education Interior Decorating Certificate program (plus COMM19999 Essential Communications Skills) are eligible to apply for entry into the second year of the full time Interior Decorating Diploma program. Graduates of the Interior Decorating Sheridan Certificate program are recognized by CDECA (Canadian Decorators Association).

Curriculum

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Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance should you have any questions regarding the Interior Decorating Certificate program or the Interior Decorating Diploma program, email Program Coordinator Donna Armstrong at donna.armstrong@sheridaninstitute.ca Information Session - Interior Decorating Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinator to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary.

You must successfully complete 14 courses as follows. You may take the courses in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than 5 years old to ensure their relevancy.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010, 6:30 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Compulsory Courses (10) should be taken in the following order: Principles of Drafting e  DESN10065 Drawing Techniques e  DESN10016 Fundamentals of Design e  DESN15436 Anthropometrics and Ergonomics e  DESN13314

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

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Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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Make-up Artistry

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following three courses:

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

Complete the entire certificate program offered as a Summer Intensive format in 11 weeks. Each course is scheduled during the day from Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Classes are not scheduled on statutory holidays.

e  COSM70001 e  COSM70002 e  COSM13314

Make–up Techniques 1 Make–up Techniques 2 Hair Styling for Make-up Artists (formerly COSM70005 Hair Design)

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Ann Callaghan at 905-845-9430, ext. 2410.

Credits earned can be applied to the full-time (day) Cosmetic Techniques and Management Diploma Program. In addition to your tuition fees, you will be required to purchase three kits as you work through the program. Note: If the course description indicates that a kit is required, please purchase it at the Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore prior to your first class. A kit receipt will be issued upon payment and must be presented on the first day of class in order to receive your kit. Approximate total cost of kits: $400. Please register early to avoid disappointment. Cancellation decisions due to insufficient enrollment will be made one week prior to course start.

Photography - Digital SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Are you a hobby photographer who would like to upgrade your skills? Perhaps you would like to explore the possibility of earning income from your hobby, or gain an introduction to professional methods in photography and in starting a business. Sheridan offers a Certificate Program in photography that will enable you to explore these opportunities.

Curriculum

Curriculum

You must successfully complete 10 courses as follows:

You must successfully complete the following six courses with an 80% attendance requirement and minimum grade of C+ in all lab courses. It is recommended that the courses be completed in the following sequence as course prerequisites must be met:

Compulsory Courses (4) Photography, Basic Digital e  VDES70006 Photography, Intermediate Digital e  VDES70029 Photography, Advanced Digital e  VDES70030 Theory and History of Photography e  VDES70009

e  COSM70001 e  COSM70002 e  COSM13314 e  COSM21955 e  COSM70004 e  COSM27198

Make-up Techniques 1 Make-up Techniques 2 Hair Styling for Make-up Artists Camouflage Make-up Techniques Stage Make-up Film and Television Make-up

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Ann Callaghan at 905-845-9430, ext. 2410.

Electives (6) Select from the following: Algonquin Digital Workshop* e  VDES70028 Niagara-on-the-Lake Travel Photography** e  VDES70032 Photojournalism e  VDES70011 Picturing People e  VDES70012 Portraiture e  VDES70013 Small Product Photography e  VDES70031 The Small Photography Business e  VDES70014 Wedding Photography, Introduction e  VDES70015 Wedding Photography, Intermediate e  VDES70016 For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Make-up Techniques RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Enhance your skills in make–up techniques. Combine practice and knowledge to achieve a total day or evening look.

For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Peter Walker at 905-845-9430, ext. 2570 (Halton), or 905-459-7533, ext. 2570 (Peel) or email: peter.walker@sheridanc.on.ca

Note: If the course description indicates that a kit is required, please purchase it at the Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore prior to your first class. A kit receipt will be issued upon payment and must be presented on the first day of class in order to receive your kit. Approximate total cost of kits: $400.

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ARTS AND DESIGN

If you are passionate about colour, image, style and creativity, Sheridan’s makeup artistry program is right for you. Work with a diverse range of clients to develop the look that is right for them. Create makeup applications that transition from day to evening, such as a bride on her most important day. Understand the implications of shade and highlight in film and television and be able to support clients who want to look and feel better about themselves.


Photography - Other Related

* Algonquin Digital Workshop - October 1, 2, 3, 2010 Treat yourself to a weekend of digital photography in one of North America’s favourite autumn showcases. Participants will stay near the gates to Ontario’s Algonquin Park. The weekend includes instructional times, guided shooting and a Saturday Evening critique, followed by further site explorations and consultations on Sunday. PLEASE NOTE: Once registered, it is imperative that students activate and monitor their Sheridan email account for updates. This is how we communicate with you. Registration and Cancellation deadline is September 18, 2010.

The following courses are not part of the Photography - Digital certificate but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities in this field of study.

Courses

e  APPL78014 e  APPL78017 e  APPL78018 e  APPL78019

Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals Adobe for Digital Photography Adobe Photoshop Intermediate Adobe Photoshop Advanced

http://cfprod.sheridaninstitute.ca/algonquin/

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

**Travel Photography - Niagara-on-the-Lake

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

For more information visit us at:

Watch for tentative dates for June in 2011 Treat yourself to a special weekend digital photography course at Niagara-on-the-Lake with a special focus on travel photography. Discover how to take the travel experience back to share with others. Learn how to see people and places differently and then create the photographs that will tell the story and capture feelings that are so often missing in snapshots and postcards. This inspiring weekend kicks off at Sheridan on Friday evening with a discussion on how preparation counts in travel photography: the tools, the tricks and the hints that will make your images better than ever. Saturday is a full day of guided location shooting the spectacular scenery of this favourite destination. Featured photo sites include Queenston Hights, local flora, parks and the architectural features of this picturesque town. Shooting pictures is always rewarding, but as any pro photographer will tell you, you are only halfway to a captivating picture story. On Sunday, return to Sheridan to work in the digital labs and learn how to successfully edit your pictures. Work on image enhancement through Photoshop and finish with a class critique of your favourite images. PLEASE NOTE: Once registered, it is imperative that students activate and monitor their Sheridan email account for updates. This is how we communicate with you. Registration and Cancellation deadline is one week prior to the scheduled class.

Online Registration

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Teen Summer Program The following courses will be offered to Teens (ages 13-18) during the summer. PARENTS: If you are registering online through our estore, please make sure you register in your child’s name.

Courses

e  ANIM78000 e  ANIM78008 e  ARTS78003 e  ANIM78004 e  ARTS78019 e  ARTS78004

Animation Basics for Teens Animation Portfolio Development for Teens Art and the Comic Book Character Design for Teens Computer Animation for Teens Life Drawing for Teens

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

For your convenience, register online.

See centrefold for details.

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


ACCOUNTING & FINANCE Sheridan’s accounting courses provide the knowledge and skills essential to succeed in an accounting career. Many of these courses are recognized by Professional Associations and are accredited by the Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario (CGA).

Accounting

Information Sessions - Business Programs

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Whether you’re in the accounting field or just getting started, Sheridan’s Accounting Certificate will broaden your accounting knowledge and help you acquire the basic skills needed to start an accounting career. Many of these courses are accredited by the Certified General Accountants Association of Ontario (CGA) and may be applied to their program of study provided minimum grade requirements are met.

Curriculum

Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

You must successfully complete the following: (Prerequisites must be met)

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e ACCG16971 e ACCG70001

Accounting 1 or Accounting 1 - Distance Learning

Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e ACCG17937 e ACCG70002

Accounting 2 or Accounting 2 - Distance Learning

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

e ACCG21627 e ACCG70004

Accounting, Intermediate 1 or Accounting, Intermediate 1 - Distance Learning

e ACCG21646 e ACCG70005

Accounting, Intermediate 2 or Accounting, Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning

e ACCG35141 e ACCG30624

e ACCG70006

Accounting, Advanced 1 and Accounting, Advanced 2 or Accounting, Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning and Accounting, Intermediate 3 - Distance Learning

e APPL25360 e APPL30275

Accounting Software Applications 1* Accounting Software Applications 2*

e ACCG70005

Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton)

* Also offered online For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance: email ce-accounting@sheridanc.on.ca For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Fall 2010

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Accounting and Finance - Other Related The following courses may not be part of a Certificate or Diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities in this field of study.

Courses e e e e e e e e e

APPL70060 APPL70059 APPL70058 ACCG70012 ACCG70013 MATH70006 FINA10378 ACCG70015 ACCG70014

e e e e e

BUSM70006 APPL70026 BUSM70011 FINA70003 FINA70004

ACCPAC Accounts Receivable - Distance Learning ACCPAC Accounts Payable - Distance Learning ACCPAC General Ledger - Distance Learning Auditing 1 - Distance Learning Auditing 2 - Distance Learning Finance and Accounting Math - Distance Learning Financial Choices in Your Life - Distance Learning Financial Management 1 - Distance Learning Forensic Accounting, Introduction to - Distance Learning Payroll Administration - Distance Learning Simply Accounting - Distance Learning Statistics - Distance Learning Taxation 1 - Distance Learning Taxation 2 - Distance Learning

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BUSINESS


For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Business - Accounting ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA Combining top-notch academic and practical experience, the Business Accounting Diploma facilitates skills and knowledge to meet the demands of the business world, including: • a solid background in standard accounting practices and a broad business perspective • expertise in word processing, spreadsheets and personal income tax software • communication skills, which are critical for advising business owners and managers The Diploma is equivalent to Sheridan’s two-year Ontario College Diploma in Business Accounting. Graduates with this diploma may also apply for entry into the third year of Sheridan’s full-time Business Administration - Accounting program which provides in-depth accounting knowledge and a broad business education covering the basics of management, business communications, business simulation, and more. Note: Sheridan programs are regularly reviewed and updated in response to the changing business environment. This results in courses being added and dropped from programs, including courses students may have already taken. In such cases, our policy is to evaluate program completion against the program as it presently stands, and as it was when the student began. However, students who have completed courses which are no longer part of the program must finish their diploma within two years, or the new requirements will supersede those courses and only the new will be acceptable. Students who have taken: • 3 General Education Elective (instead of 2) must complete their diploma before September, 2012 to use the third general education elective and be exempt from taking INFO31787 Accounting Information Systems. (previously a Business elective; effective Fall 2010 it becomes a compulsory course) If unsure about your status in light of these changes, email your coordinator for clarification. (see below for contact information)

Curriculum

e  ECOM15616 e  MKTG19439 e  ECON15269G

Introduction to E-Commerce Marketing 1 Micro Economics

SECTION B: It is advisable that you complete Section A before completing Section B. Within the section, you can complete the courses in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met. e  INFO31787 e  ACCG21627 e  ACCG21646 e  APPL25360 e  FINA21048 e  FINA28027 e  ACCG20478 e  ACCG23626 e  LAWS70001 e  ECON22358G e  COMM28883 e  MATH29875

Accounting Information Systems Accounting, Intermediate 1 Accounting, Intermediate 2 Accounting Software Applications 1 Corporate Finance 1 Corporate Finance 2 Costs and Budgets Costs and Management Accounting Law for Business Managers Macroeconomics Reports and Presentations Statistical Methods and Analysis

Plus: Two Approved General Education Electives (see index) - these can be taken anytime. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance: email ce-accounting@sheridanc.on.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings. Information Sessions - Business Programs Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant

You must successfully complete 24 courses as follows:

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Compulsory Courses (22): SECTION A: It is advisable to complete this section first. Within the section, you can complete the courses in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met)

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e  ACCG16971 e  ACCG17937 e  COMM12423 e  MATH16269 e  APPL19402 e  FINA11079 e  HRMT16127

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Accounting 1 Accounting 2 Business Communications Business Mathematics Computer Applications for Business Finance Human Resources Management 1

Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping

Canadian Payroll Association - Payroll Certification Programs

The program is comprised of nine courses that include both theory and computer applications. Practical experience is required before qualifying for certification. Upon completion of the program, you will be governed by a Code of Ethics which sets out professional responsibilities and conduct. Exemptions: A grade of 65% (C+) or better in Sheridan equivalent courses is required for exemption CIB Courses - Sheridan Equivalent: CIB111 Computer Applications 1 Word 2007, Introduction or e  APPL70051 MS Word, Core - Distance Learning e  APPL70021

CIB113 Bookkeeping 2 Accounting 2 or e  ACCG17937 Accounting 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70002

CPA MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS

CIB221 Computer Applications 2 Excel 2007, Introduction or e  APPL70055 MS Excel Core - Distance Learning e  APPL70017 CIB222 Computerized Bookkeeping 1 Accounting Software Applications 1 or e  APPL25360 Accounting Software Applications 1 - Distance e  APPL25360 Learning CIB223 Computerized Bookkeeping 2 Accounting Software Applications 2 or e  APPL30275 Accounting Software Applications 2 - Distance e  APPL30275 Learning CIB331 Cost Management Cost and Management Accounting or e  ACCG23626 Managerial Accounting 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70007

Students are required to contact the CPA to become a member and to become certified. Participants are also required to follow the CPA Professional Code of Conduct, and once certified, complete a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) component of 14 hours of new learning per year for PCP, and 21 hours of new learning per year for CPM. You must complete the non-CPA course equivalents at the post-secondary level with a minimum grade of 60% and forward the relevant transcripts to the CPA. To pass a CPA payroll course, students must achieve a minimum of 60% on the final examination and an overall average of at least 60%.

Curriculum

This program consists of two levels: Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) and Certified Payroll Manager (CPM). CPA Requirements - Sheridan Equivalent Level 1 Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP) - must be completed in the following order: Payroll Compliance Legislation Payroll Compliance Legislation e  BUSM79008

CIB332 Income Tax Taxation 1 or e  ACCG34780 Taxation 1 - Distance Learning e  FINA70003

Payroll Fundamentals 1 Payroll Fundamentals 1* e  BUSM79009

CIB333 Payroll Administration Payroll Administration or e  BUSM70005 Payroll Administration - Distance Learning e  BUSM70006

Accounting 1 e  ACCG16971 e  ACCG70001

For your CIB registration and information package, call the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping at 416-925-9420.

Accounting 1 or Accounting 1 - Distance Learning

Payroll Fundamentals 2 Payroll Fundamentals 2* e  BUSM79010

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Level 2 Certified Payroll Manager (CPM) - must be completed in the following order:

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Fall 2010

In today’s competitive business environment, the payroll professional’s role is becoming increasingly more complex. The responsibilities range from payroll management to accounting, legislative and employment standards compliance, employee benefits administration, human resources functions, and more. The CPA’s Certification Programs prepare payroll practitioners to manage the compliance requirements of an organization’s annual payroll cycle, deliver clear and reliable payroll information, and contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions. Through its education and advocacy activities, the CPA ensures that the PCP and CPM certifications provide the compliance content and skills required by its professional members and their employers. Legislative updates ensure current and future certification holders are well-prepared to meet changing market needs.

CIB112 Bookkeeping 1 Accounting 1 or e  ACCG16971 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70001

The Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping is located at P.O. Box 963, 31 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 2K3. Phone: 416-925-9420, Fax: 416-929-8815, Email: info@cibcb.com or Web: http://www.cibcb.com/

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Payroll Management Processes Payroll Management Processes* e  BUSM79012 Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behaviour or e  HRMT70015 Organizational Behaviour - Distance Learning e  HRMT70015

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Sheridan, in cooperation with the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB), offers a program leading to a career as a professional bookkeeper. CIB is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to preparing you for greater financial and job security as a Certified Bookkeeper.

For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca


Managerial Accounting Finance and Managerial Accounting* or e  ACCG70011 Accounting Managerial 1 - Distance Learning* e  ACCG70007 Compensation and Benefits Compensation and Benefits* or e  HRMT70002 Compensation Management -Distance Learning* e  HRMT70003 Payroll Management Practices Payroll Management Practices* e  BUSM79011 *Prerequisite required For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Contact Information: The Canadian Payroll Association, 250 Bloor Street East, Suite 1600, Toronto ON M4W 1E6 Website: (access to all CPA forms and guides): www.payroll.ca/, Email: certification@payroll.ca, Phone: 416-487-3380 or 1-800-387-4693, ext. 272, Fax: 416-487-3384. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca/

Certified General Accountants of Ontario A career you can count on - In today’s complex business world, financial specailists require increasingly sophisticated skills and knowledge. The CGA program of professional studies prepares candidates to be able to analyze and deliver clear, transparent, and reliable financial information, and to develop and present business strategies based on that information. It equips students to see more than numbers; the ability to understand the numbers and see how they impact productivity, sustainability, risk management and more. Candidates who complete the CGA program of professional studies and achieve their designation hold employment in diverse and dynamic positions across a wide spectrum of businesses and industries, including government, not-for-profit, small- to mediumsized enterprises, corporate and public practice sectors. The CGA designation offers career flexibility, opportunity and financial reward. The Certified General Accountants of Ontario accepts the following Sheridan continuing education courses toward exemption in the CGA program of professional studies. A grade of “B” is required in each of the equivalent courses in order to obtain a transfer credit. Students must also refer to CGA Ontario’s website for current information regarding eligibly to complete the CGA program at www.cga-ontario.org CGA Courses - Sheridan Equivalent Financial Accounting Fundamentals Accounting 1 and e  ACCG16971 Accounting 2 e  ACCG17937 or Accounting 1 - Distance Learning and e  ACCG70001 Accounting 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70002 Micro and Macro Economics e  ECON22358G Macroeconomics and

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e  BUSM70004 e  BUSM70008

Micro Economics or Macroeconomics - Distance Learning and Microeconomics - Distance Learning

Business Law e  BUSM25540 e  LAWS70001 e  BUSM70002

Accounting Law or Law for Business Managers or Business Law - Distance Learning

e  ECON15269G

Financial Accounting Assets Intermediate Accounting 1 and e  ACCG21627 Intermediate Accounting 2 e  ACCG21646 or Accounting Intermediate 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70004 and Accounting Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70005 Business Quantitative Analysis Business Statistics, Advanced e  MATH36901 Management Accounting Fundamentals Cost and Management Accounting and e  ACCG23626 Costs and Budgets e  ACCG20478 or Managerial Accounting 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70007 and Managerial Accounting 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70008 Business Communication Business Communication and e  COMM12423 Reports and Presentations e  COMM28883 or Business Writing Strategies - Distance Learning e  COMM70003 and Research and Reporting - Distance Learning or e  COMM70004 Business Report Writing - Distance Education e  COMM70015 Financial Accounting: Liabilities and Equities Advanced Accounting 1 and e  ACCG35141 Advanced Accounting 2 e  ACCG30624 or Accounting Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70005 and Accounting Intermediate 3 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70006 Corporate Finance Fundamentals Corporate Finance 1 and e  FINA21048 Corporate Finance 2 e  FINA28027 Management Information Systems Accounting Information Systems 1 e  INFO31787 * Personal and Corporate Taxation Taxation 1 and e  ACCG34780 Taxation 2 e  ACCG30699 or Taxation 1 - Distance Learning and e  FINA70003 Taxation 2 - Distance Learning e  FINA70004 * External Auditing Auditing 1 and e  ACCG36913 Auditing 2 e  ACCG31709 or Auditing 1 - Distance Learning and e  ACCG70012 Auditing 2 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70013 * CGA exam required to complete exemption criteria

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on equivalent courses, please call the CGA office at 416-322-6520. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings. Information Sessions - Business Programs Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

CUIC Courses - Sheridan Equivalent CUIC110 Accounting Accounting 1 and e  ACCG16971 Accounting 2 e  ACCG17937

BUSINESS – ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

CUIC120 Communication Business Communication and e  COMM12423 Reports and Presentations e  COMM28883 CUIC130 Management/Management Administration Under Review CUIC140 Marketing Marketing 1 and e  MKTG19439 Marketing 2 e  MKTG10625 CUIC150 Finance Corporate Finance 1 and e  FINA21048 Corporate Finance 2 e  FINA28027 CUIC160 Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behaviour e  HRMT70015 CUIC170 Economics e  ECON15269G Micro Economics and e  ECON22358G Macroeconomics CUIC180 Elective Human Resource Management 1 and e  HRMT16127 Human Resource Management 2 e  HRMT15655 or Taxation 1 and e  ACCG34780 Taxation 2 e  ACCG30699 CUIC200 The Credit Union System Available only through CUIC

Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Credit Union Institute of Canada GENERAL BUSINESS STUDIES CERTIFICATE The Credit Union Institute of Canada (CUIC) is an individual, national educational association owned, funded and controlled by the Canadian credit union system. CUIC provides Canadian credit unions with professional development programs for their elected officials, management and staff.

For more information, or to apply for your certificate, please contact a credit union CUIC representative or Cusource in Toronto at 1-800-267-CUIC (2842) or email: mailto:info@cuic.com Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

The CUIC General Business Studies Program is a nine-course certificate program that gives an overview of administration and management principles and considerations as they apply to business generally.

Payroll Administration

Sheridan, in cooperation with the Credit Union Institute of Canada, is offering the following courses which will be considered for transfer credit in the CUIC General Business Studies Certificate program.

This Payroll Administration program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in payroll offices. Basic payroll policies and procedures are covered in this program, along with a number of elective choices in computer applications software and human resources in order to meet the demands of today’s employers. The courses are offered in both in-class and online formats. You are not restricted to taking the courses in just one format, offering you the flexibility to choose the format for each course that works best for your circumstances.

Upon successful completion of this program and two years of full-time employment in the co-operative financial services industry (or equivalent), you will be eligible to apply for the professional designation “Fellow of the Credit Union Institute of Canada.”

RECOGNITON OF ACHIEVEMENT

Students can also work toward their professional designation with the Canadian Payroll Association while earning their Sheridan Recognition of Achievement in Payroll Administration (refer to the Canadian Payroll Association program for more information).

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Curriculum To qualify for the Recognition of Achievement in Payroll Administration, students must successfully complete the following courses. Compulsory Courses (3): Accounting 1 or e  ACCG16971 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70001 and Payroll Administration or e  BUSM70005 Payroll Administration - Distance Learning * e  BUSM70006 and Payroll Compliance Legislation e  BUSM79008 Electives (3) - Select three of the following: Business Communication or e  COMM12423 Business Writing Strategies - Distance Learning e  COMM70003 e  HRMT70002 e  HRMT70003

Compensation and Benefits * or Compensation Management - Distance Learning

e  APPL70055 e  APPL70017

Excel 2007, Introduction or MS Excel Core - Distance Learning

e  ACCG70011 e  ACCG70010

Finance and Managerial Accounting * or Financial and Management Accounting, Intro to Distance Learning

e  HRMT70006 e  HRMT70004

Human Resource Administration or Principles of HR Management - Distance Learning

e  HRMT70015 e  HRMT70015

Organizational Behaviour or Organizational Behaviour - Distance Learning

e  APPL70051 e  APPL70021

Word 2007, Introduction or MS Word Core - Distance Learning

* Prerequisite required For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance email: janet.gaffney@sheridaninstitute.ca For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Small Business Bookkeeping SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Whether you are a small business owner who needs to know the basics for your own company bookkeeping, or someone who wants to learn bookkeeping techniques and practices for their own advancement, this Small Business Bookkeeping program is designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of bookkeeping and how to apply the knowledge and skills learned in both manual and computerized environments.

Students can also work towards their professional designation of Certified Bookkeeper with the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping while earning their Sheridan Recognition of Achievement in Small Business Bookkeeping (refer to the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping program for more information). Note: A grade of 65% or better in Sheridan equivalent courses is required for exemption. The courses are offered in both in-class and online formats. You are not restricted to taking the courses in just one format, offering you the flexibility to choose the format for each course that works best for your circumstances.

Curriculum

To qualify for the Recognition of Achievement in Small Business Bookkeeping, students must successfully complete the following eight courses: e  ACCG16971 e  ACCG70001

Accounting 1 or Accounting 1 -Distance Learning

e  ACCG17937 e  ACCG70002

Accounting 2 or Accounting 2 - Distance Learning

e  APPL25360 e  APPL70026

Accounting Software Applications 1 or Simply Accounting - Distance Learning

e  APPL30275 e  APPL70024

Accounting Software Applications 2 or Quick Books - Distance Learning

e  APPL70055 e  APPL70017

Excel 2007, Introduction or MS Excel Core - Distance Learning

e  BUSM70005 e  BUSM70006

Payroll Administration or Payroll Administration - Distance Learning

e  ACCG34780 e  FINA70003

Taxation 1 or Taxation 1 - Distance Learning

e  APPL70051 e  APPL70021

Word 2007, Introduction or MS Word Core - Distance Learning

Admission Requirements

Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent or mature student status. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance: email ce-accounting@sheridanc.on.ca For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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Fall 2010


Tax Accounting SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Gain an introductory understanding of Accounting with a special emphasis on Tax Accounting. Are you interested in opening a tax preparation business or being employed by one? The Tax Accounting Certificate provides basic knowledge of accounting theory and practice; an overview of personal and corporate taxation; knowledge of relevant software; and a practical exploration of operating a small business. Many of these courses are accredited by the Certified General Accounts Association of Ontario (CGA) and may be applied to their program of study provided minimum grade requirements are met. Some courses are also applicable for credit toward the Sheridan Certificate – Business or Ontario College Diploma - Business.

Curriculum You must successfully complete 8 courses as follows: (You may take the courses in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met.) e  ACCG16971 e  ACCG70001

Accounting 1 or Accounting 1 - Distance Learning

e  ACCG17937 e  ACCG70002

Accounting 2 or Accounting 2 - Distance Learning

e  APPL25360 e  APPL30275

Accounting Software Applications 1 * Accounting Software Applications 2 *

e  LAWS70001 e  LAWS70004

Law for Business Managers or Law for the Workplace - Distance Learning

e  BUSM12272 e  BUSM70003

Entrepreneurship: Do It! or Entrepreneurship - Distance Learning

e  ACCG34780 e  FINA70003

Taxation 1 or Taxation 1 - Distance Learning

e  ACCG30699 e  FINA70004

Taxation 2 or Taxation 2 - Distance Learning

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance: email ce-accounting@sheridanc.on.ca For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca Information Sessions - Business Programs Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.


BUSINESS

FINANCIAL SERVICES

From The Institute of Canadian Bankers to the Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario, Sheridan offers courses in cooperation with a number of professional associations and institutes as part of their certificate programs.

Canadian Securities Sheridan offers these courses in cooperation with CSI Global Education Inc., the leader in financial services education (formerly known as the Canadian Securities Institute.) These courses are valuable to those seeking careers in various sectors of the financial services industry and to professionals already employed in banking, investment dealerships, insurance companies, mutual funds and financial planning firms. Students who successfully pass the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) licensing exams (consisting of Volumes 1 and 2) will meet the academic requirement for selling mutual funds in Canada. In addition to successfully completing the CSC, students who also successfully pass the CSI licensing exam for the Conduct and Practices Handbook (CPH) Course will meet the academic and licensing requirement for selling securities (stocks and bonds) in Canada. These courses form the foundation on which to build a financial services career and are a mandatory licensing requirement by the Invesment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC). Students enrolling in these courses will pay fees to both Sheridan and CSI: • Sheridan course tuition fees for classroom instruction. Refer to “current offerings.” • CSI for material and exam fees. Sheridan students receive a 10% discount.* • Canadian Securities Course Volume 1 and Canadian Securities Course Volume 2 - approximately $895.50 (after 10% discount.)*. This fee covers both Volume 1 and Volume 2. • Conduct and Practices Handbook: approximately $603.00 (after 10% discount).* Material and exam fees are mandatory. Your instructor will give you instructions on how to place your order and get the discount in the first class. At the end of the course, you will write a Sheridan final exam in class which will count toward a Sheridan course credit. If you wish to also write your CSI licensing exam on campus you will have an opportunity to do so following the end of the course. *Subject to change without notice. Related Program: Investment Funds in Canada (see index)

Courses

e FINA52399 e FINA51934 e FINA52847

Canadian Securities Course Volume 1 Canadian Securities Course Volume 2 Conduct and Practices Handbook

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

For More Information: On Canadian Securities Course Volumes 1 and 2: www.csi.ca/student/en_ca/courses/csi/csc.xhtml On Conduct and Practices Handbook: www.csi.ca/student/en_ca/courses/csi/cph.xhtml On Careers in Financial Services: www.csi.ca/student/en_ca/career/allcareers.xhtml

Financial Planning NEw RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Work towards your Certified Financial Planner* (CFP®) credential through Sheridan’s partnership with Advocis and CCH Canadian Ltd. and begin a rewarding career helping people reach their financial goals. Those who would like to learn to manage their own financial affairs in an increasingly complex world may also find this program to be of interest. The CFP® certification is the industry’s gold standard in financial planning. CFP® professionals are the largest identifiable body of licensed financial planners in Canada. Those who meet the strict standard for the CFP® credential may work independently or find opportunities with financial planning companies, life insurance companies, banks, trust companies, accounting firms, and other lending institutions. Note: The Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) certification is awarded by the Financial Planning Standards Council (FPSC) to those who have met its educational standards, passed the FPSC’s Financial Planning Examinations (FPE1 and FPE2), satisfied a work experience requirement, and agreed to abide by the FPSC Code of Ethics. Students who achieve a minimum of 60% in each of four courses listed below will have met the educational standard to write the Financial Planning Examination Level 1 (FPE1). Refer to the Financial Planning Standards Council website for current information regarding eligibility to complete the CFP® Program www.fpsc.ca/cfp-certification The purchase of a course text is mandatory for all courses in the Financial Planning Program. You will be required to provide proof of purchase to your instructor no later than the third scheduled class. To order your text contact the Sheridan bookstore at 905-874-4337 or www.sheridan-davis.bkstr.ca Books will also be available for purchase on the first night of class.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

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Curriculum You must successfully complete the following courses: FINA50213 FINA53249 FINA70005 FINA52397

Financial Planning Fundamentals** Contemporary Practices in Financial Planning Comprehensive Practices in Risk and Retirement Wealth Management and Estate Planning

**Note: FINA50213 Financial Planning Fundamentals must be completed first. Related Course: Capstone Course - Financial Planning. Those who successfully complete the Capstone Course will have met the educational requirement to qualify to write the FPSC’s Financial Planning Exam Level 2 (FPE2). This course is currently being developed and is expected to be available in 2011. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at www.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information regarding CFP® certification visit the websites at: www.fpsc.ca/cfp-certification and www.advocis.ca/content/education/CFP.html

Claims Professional Series: Essentials of Loss Adjusting e BUSM79825 Advanced Loss Adjusting e BUSM79826 Practical Issues in Claims Management e BUSM79832 Underwriter Professional Series: Underwriting Essentials e BUSM79829 Advanced Underwriting e BUSM79830 Practical Issues in Underwriting Management e BUSM79831 Broker and Agent Professional Series: Essential Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent e BUSM79827 Advanced Skills for the Insurance Broker and e BUSM79828 Agent Practical Issues in Broker Management e BUSM79833 Electives - Select 2 This is a partial list only. Please consult a current copy of the Insurance Institute’s syllabus prior to selecting your electives. Please call 416-362-8586 to obtain a copy. e BUSM79807 e BUSM79808 e BUSM79809

For course and program guidance contact Mark Weaver at mark.weaver@sheridanc.on.ca or 905-845-9430 ext. 2802.

Insurance Institute Chartered Insurance Professional Program The Insurance Institute 10 course Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) Program is the property and casualty insurance industry’s professional education program.The applied professional courses are closely aligned to the functional knowledge and skills required by underwriters, adjusters, and brokers and agents. Course fees do not include compulsory text requirements or exam fees. Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Procedures for payment of exam registration fees will be discussed on the first night of class.

Curriculum: To complete the CIP curriculum you must complete 10 courses: • Five compulsory courses • Three Applied Professional courses • Two Electives Compulsory Courses: (5) Principles and Practice of Insurance (must be one e BUSM79801 of the first four courses) Insurance on Property e BUSM79805 Insurance Against Liability - Part 1 e BUSM79804 Automobile Insurance - Part 1 e BUSM79802 The Business of Insurance (must be taken as one e BUSM79806 of the last three courses)

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BUSM79810 BUSM79811 BUSM79813 BUSM79814 BUSM79815 BUSM79816 BUSM79820 BUSM79821

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BUSM79822 BUSM79825 BUSM79826 BUSM79832 BUSM79829 BUSM79830 BUSM79831 BUSM79827 BUSM79828

e BUSM79833

Automobile Insurance - Part 2 Bodily Injury Claims Building Construction, Fire Protection and Basic Hazards Business Interruption Insurance Casualty Loss Prevention Financial Service Essentials - Part 1 Fraud Awareness and Prevention Insurance Against Crime Insurance Against Liability - Part 2 Reinsurance Risk Management and Commercial Lines Insurance, Introduction to Specialty Lines Essentials of Loss Adjusting Advanced Loss Adjusting Practical Issues in Claims Management Underwriting Essentials Advanced Underwriting Practical Issues in Underwriting Management Essential Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent Advanced Skills for the Insurance Broker and Agent Practical Issues in Broker Management

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For further information on curriculum, please visit the Insurance Institute website at http://www.insuranceinstitute.ca/

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Applied Professional Courses - Select 3 You may take any three Applied Professional courses; however, it is strongly recommended that you select subjects according to your position and career goals. Extra applied professional courses, in addition to the three required, may be taken to complete the elective course requirement.


Investment Funds in Canada This course will help prepare students to write CSI’s mutual fund licensing exam. Successful completion of this exam and sponsorship by an investment dealer will allow you to sell mutual funds in Canada. Students enrolling in this course will pay fees to both Sheridan and CSI®: • Sheridan course tuition fees for classroom instruction (see current offerings) • CSI for material and exam fees - approximately $315* (after 10% discount*) paid directly to CSI. Exam fees are included with the material. Instruction on ordering will be provided during the first class * Subject to change without notice.

Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario - Licensing Course For those who are interested in pursuing a career as an Insurance Broker, this course will prepare you to write the RIBO Level 1 (Under Supervision) exam. The Level 1 license permits you to provide insurance services under the supervision of a Broker in possession of a level II license. You are not required to work in a brokerage firm to take the course and write the exam. Within 12 months of passing the exam however, you need to become employed by a RIBO registered general insurance brokerage firm to be eligible for licensing. If you are already employed in a brokerage or insurance company and wish to gain more knowledge of insurance coverages from a broker perspective then you may also be interested in this course. Information on a career as an Insurance Broker can be found on the following websites:

At the end of course, you will write a Sheridan final exam in class which will count toward a Sheridan course credit. If you wish to also write your licensing exam on campus you will have an opportunity to do that following the end of the course.

• Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario: http://www.ribo.com/ • Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario: http://www.ibao.org/ Note:

Course

• Materials: Your course fee includes a materials cost of $250*. This fee is non-refundable after the first class. • Exam Fees: RIBO examination fee of $180* is not included in the course fee. Exam Registration: The exam registration deadline will be within the first few weeks of class. You will be required to provide the following at the time that you register for the exam:

e  FINA26326

Investment Funds in Canada

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Mortgage Agent Program A Mortgage Agent carries out mortgage activities for a Mortgage Brokerage, under the supervision of a licensed Mortgage Broker. If you wish to become a licensed Mortgage Agent in Ontario, this 45-hour course -- approved by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) -- will be of interest. It is offered in partnership with Seneca College and is equivalent to MAP100 at Seneca. Certificates are provided by Seneca College for those who successfully complete the course. For complete requirements on becoming licensed as a Mortgage Agent visit the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) website at: www.fsco.gov.on.ca

Course

e  BUSM79700

Mortgage Agent Program

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

• A cheque or money order for $180 (payable to Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario) • Two recent passport-sized photographs • Criminal Record Verification (available from your local police detachment) Further details will be provided in the first class. * Subject to change without notice.

Course

e  BUSM79823

Insurance Basic Broker Registration

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information: Contact Janet Gaffney at 905-845-9430, ext. 5170 or email: janet.gaffney@sheridaninstitute.ca

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information email: janet.gaffney@sheridaninstitute.ca

Register Early! Some courses are cancelled because we didn’t know you wanted them. Register at least six (6) working days before the start of your course to avoid disappointment.

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BUSINESS

BUSINESS – GENERAL

GENERAL Sheridan’s Business programs are designed to provide you with the professional knowledge and skills esential to succeed in today’s competitive business world.

Business

For course and program guidance, email David Nowell at david.nowell@sheridanc.on.ca

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Are you looking for a well-rounded education that prepares you for the fast-paced world of business? The Business Certificate program provides a solid overview of all the key areas of business including Marketing, Accounting, and Human Resources. In addition to subject-specific expertise you will develop management potential, human relations skills, problem solving abilities, and foster a realistic approach toward the business world. Many of these courses are also accepted for credit by the following professional associations: • • • • • • •

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings. Information Sessions - Business Programs Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant

Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA) Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) Credit Union Institute of Canada (CUIC)

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Curriculum

Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton)

You must successfully complete the following required courses:

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

e e e e e e e e e

ACCG16971 COMM12423 MATH16269 FINA11079 APPL19402 HRMT16127 ECOM15616 MKTG19439 ECON15269G

And one of: e ACCG17937 e MKTG10625 e HRMT15655

Accounting 1 Business Communications Business Mathematics Finance Computer Applications for Business Human Resources Management 1 Introduction to E-Commerce Marketing 1 Micro Economics

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Business - General ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA Business – General is aimed at students who are at an early stage in their business knowledge. The focus is on helping each student understand business basics. This provides a rich foundation upon which to build an understanding of the functions of business to help each student develop as a business leader.

Accounting 2 Marketing 2 Human Resources Management 2

Students training for careers in the fast-paced world of business need the well-rounded education that Sheridan Business programs provide. Experience a challenging learning environment led by faculty with practical business experience. In addition to subject specific expertise, our programs develop management potential, human relations skills, problem-solving abilities and foster a realistic approach toward the business world. The Business – General Diploma provides a solid base for student success.

Plus: Two Approved General Education Electives (see index). These may be completed at any time. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Many of these courses are also accepted for credit by the following professional associations:

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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• Certified General Accountants of Ontario (CGA)

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• Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) • Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) • Canadian Institute of Management (CIM) • Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation (CITT) • Canadian Payroll Association (CPA) • Credit Union Institute of Canada (CUIC) It is recommended that you complete the Sheridan Certificate – Business before working toward the completion of the Diploma Program. Students may also choose to major in Accounting or Marketing. If courses are offered in levels (e.g., Accounting 1 and Accounting 2), it is recommended that you register in Level 2 as soon as possible upon successful completion of Level 1. Note: Sheridan programs are regularly reviewed and updated in response to the changing business environment. This results in courses being added and dropped from programs, including courses students may have already taken. In such cases, our policy is to evaluate program completion against the program as it presently stands, and as it was when the student began. However, students who have completed courses which are no longer part of the program must finish their diploma within two years, or the new requirements will supersede those courses and only the new will be acceptable. Students who have taken: e  BUSM22770 e  MKTG21037

The International Environment Building Business-to-Business Relationships

must complete their diploma before September 2012 to use these courses. If unsure about your status in light of these changes, email your coordinator for clarification. (See below for contact information.)

Curriculum You must successfully complete 24 courses as follows: (Courses can be completed in any sequence as long as prerequisites are met.) e  ACCG16971 e  COMM12423 e  MATH16269 e  APPL19402 e  FINA11079 e  HRMT16127 e  ECOM15616 e  MKTG19439 e  ECON15269G

Accounting 1 Business Communications Business Mathematics Computer Applications for Business Finance Human Resources Management 1 Introduction to E-Commerce Marketing 1 Micro Economics

And One Of: e  ACCG17937 e  MKTG10625 e  HRMT15655

Accounting 2 Marketing 2 Human Resources Management 2

Plus Three Approved General Education Electives (see index). These can be completed at any time. And Select 11 (Eleven) Business courses from the course electives: e  INFO31787 e  ACCG21627 e  ACCG21646 e  ACCG35141 e  ACCG30624

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Accounting Information Systems 1 Accounting, Intermediate 1 Accounting, Intermediate 2 Accounting, Advanced 1 Accounting, Advanced 2

e  APPL25360 e  APPL30275 e  ACCG36913 e  ACCG31709 e  MATH36901 e  MKTG25586 e  FINA21048 e  FINA28027 e  ACCG23626 e  ACCG20478 e  FINA70001 e  MKTG20480 e  BUSM12272 e  FINA22289 e  FINA26326 e  LAWS70001 e  ECON22358G e  MKTG27583 e  ADVG20905 e  MKTG22183 e  BUSM70005 e  FINA34336 e  SALE24565 e  COMM28883 e  MATH29875 e  ACCG34780 e  ACCG30699

Accounting Software Applications 1 Accounting Software Applications 2 Auditing 1 Auditing 2 Business Statistics, Advanced Creating Marketing Graphics Corporate Finance 1 Corporate Finance 2 Cost and Management Accounting Costs and Budgets Credit and Collections Customer Relationship Management Entrepreneurship: Do It! Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers Investment Funds in Canada Law for Business Managers Macroeconomics Marketing Analysis and Planning Marketing Promotion Management Marketing on the World Wide Web Payroll Administration Personal Financial Planning 1 Personal Selling Reports and Presentations Statistical Methods and Analysis Taxation 1 Taxation 2

Additional Information ECON22358G Macroeconomics, can be used as one General Education Elective (see index) OR one Business Elective. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email David Nowell at david.nowell@sheridanc.on.ca Information Sessions - Business Programs Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Business Certificate, Business Diploma, Accounting Diploma, Accounting Certificate, Tax Accounting Certificate, Certified General Accountant Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @ Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

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Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE)

INFORMATION SESSIONS - Marketing and Sales Marketing and Sales Certificate, Business Marketing Diploma

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

The academic program consists of nine business courses that you can complete through Sheridan. The CIE offers various member services including networking opportunities, financial planning advice and a newsletter. Members are prepared for upcoming business challenges and opportunities.

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

CIE Courses - Sheridan Equivalent

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Level 1 CIE101 Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship: Do It! or e  BUSM12272 Entrepreneurship - Distance Learning e  BUSM70003

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

CIE102 Accounting Accounting 1 or e  ACCG16971 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning e  ACCG70001

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

CIE103 Marketing, Introduction Marketing 1 e  MKTG19439

Business - Other Related The following courses and workshops are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Courses

e  WKSP78014 e  BUSM78012 e  INFO70029 e  BUSM70012 e  BUSM78011 e  BUSM78014 e  BUSM70004 e  BUSM70008 e  BUSM70018 e  BUSM70020 e  BUSM70019 e  WKSP78069 e  BUSM70011 e  WKSP78120 e  COMM78005

Business Writing Canada Customs and Procedures Part 1 Computer Skills for Business - Distance Learning Ethical Issues in Business - Distance Learning Etiquette Edge in Business International Freight Forwarding Part 1 Macroeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning Microeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Introduction to - Distance Learning Small Business Operations and Legal Issues Distance Learning Small Business Financial Management - Distance Learning Small Business - Getting Started Statistics - Distance Education The Training Business – A Blueprint for Success Writing for the Web – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Level 2 CIE205 Business Communication Business Communication e  COMM12423 CIE206 Computerized Bookkeeping Simply Accounting or e  APPL70025 Accounting Software Applications 1 * e  APPL25360 CIE207 Marketing - Intermediate Marketing 2 e  MKTG10625 CIE208 Canadian Business Law Law for Business Managers e  LAWS70001 CIE209 Elective (Choose 1) Sales Personal Selling e  SALE24565 Advertising e  ADVG17005

Advertising Planning - Preparation 1

International Business The International Environment e  BUSM22779 E-Business e  ECOM15616

Introduction E-Commerce

* This course is also available online

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

CIE104 Human Resources Human Resource Administration or e  HRMT70006 Human Resources Management 1 e  HRMT16127

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information, visit the CIE website at www.cienow.com or contact CIE Learner Services at 416-670-5687, or email registrar@cienow.com

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BUSINESS – GENERAL

The Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) is a Canadian professional association dedicated to the development of entrepreneurs, developing the skill set to organize, operate and manage their own business. The designation CE, Certified Entrepreneur, is granted upon successful completion of the CIE program.

Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge. No appointment is necessary.


Emergency Management The need for communities and business to be prepared to handle emergencies has come into greater focus in recent years. Comprehensive and coordinated efforts are required to respond swiftly to a wide range of emergencies: from pandemics to terrorist attacks, to natural and man-made disasters. Provinces, municipalities, and business and industry need to hire individuals who understand emergency management, and who can develop and implement such complex planning and continuous updating in all five phases of emergency planning: prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. The School of Community and Liberal Studies is offering a selection of courses from the Emergency Management Graduate Certificate Program, which is intended to provide an overview of Emergency planning and preparation. To be eligible to receive the Emergency Management Graduate Certificate and to learn of current course offerings, interested candidates should contact the coordinator of the Emergency Management program in the School of Community and Liberal Studies Peter Larsen at peter.larsen@sheridanc.on.ca

Small Business Survival Series: Business Skills Running your own small business may be one of the most rewarding but demanding of career options. You are more likely to be happy and successful in your own business if you have a drive to be independent; are able to set and achieve goals; are flexible and adaptable; are willing to work hard; have confidence in your ability to succeed; possess self-discipline, leadership abilities and organizational skills; and have the confidence to make decisions and take risks. If you don’t have all these qualities, you might need to develop some additional skills, or perhaps you might require an associate, partner, or employee whose strong qualities can counterbalance your weaknesses. The following courses may encourage you to realize your dream of becoming self employed: Entrepreneurship – Distance Learning e BUSM70003 Writing a Business Plan - Distance Learning e MGMT78001 Writing a Business Proposal – Distance Learning e MGMT78000 Writing a Marketing Plan – Distance Learning e COMM78004 Writing Sales Material – Distance Learning e COMM78002 You are going to learn a great deal as you become an entrepreneur, but the learning can’t stop once your business has started. The success of your business will depend on your ability to effectively master every detail of business. The following courses will help as you grow your small business: Accounting 1 – Distance Learning e ACCG70001 Building and Maintaining Customer Relations – e MKTG70000 Distance Learning Business Law – Distance Learning e BUSM70002 Customer Service Excellence e OMDP70004 Dealing with Difficult People e OMDP70024 Ethical Issues in Business – Distance Learning e BUSM70012 Principles of Human Resource Management e HRMT70004 Writing a Business Manual – Distance Learning e COMM78003 Writing for the Web – Distance Learning e COMM78005

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For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Small Business Survival Series: Computer Skills If you run a home-based or small business, you will need to be computer savvy to stay alive. The following courses will help you manage the paper side of business: Computer Skills for Business - Distance Learning e INFO70029 MS Office Prof: XP – Distance Learning e APPL70019 QuickBooks, Introduction – Distance Learning e APPL70024 or Simply Accounting – Distance Learning e APPL70026 Software Application Integration – Distance e APPL70039 Learning Web Page Construction Using FrontPage – e APPL70029 Distance Learning For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

SHOP OR REGISTER USING OUR E-STORE www.sheridaninstitute.ca/ce Browse for course information and availability. You may also register online.

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BusinesS

Our Management programs are designed to enhance your managerial, leadership and entrepreneurial skills. Many are offered in conjunction with professional associations such as the Canadian Institute of Management and the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario, allowing you to enhance professional skills and career opportunities.

APICS

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

APICS - Association for Operations Management

For more information on the APICS programs please call or send your request to:

Stand out from your colleagues; become a valued asset to your employer; and enhance your marketability by taking advantage of APICS education, world-renowned certification programs, and membership. APICS education will enable you to demonstrate significant commitment to your chosen career of production and inventory management, operations management, and supply chain management; distinguish your self as an expert in your field; and excel with the specialized knowledge you possess. Refresh your existing skills and learn new ones; invest in your career education. Please register at least 10 days prior to the start date. Course material is ordered from the USA and must clear Customs. The non-refundable material fee covers participant’s workbook and APICS fee to keep the material current.

APICS - Materials and Operations Management, Fundamentals of (FMOM)

e  MATM79601 e  MATM79602 e  MATM79603 e  MATM79604 e  MATM79605

Fundamentals of Inventory Control (FIC) * Fundamentals of Manufacturing Control Fundamentals of Planning Fundamentals of Operations Management Fundamentals of Materials Handling and Warehousing

After completing the FMOM program, you can continue your education with the CPIM program, which has been updated to keep up with current knowledge and practices.

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Information Night - APICS Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis(Brampton) Refer to www.sheridaninstitute.ca/ce for up-to-date details on Information Session dates and times.

Intended for professionals already working in the field, this program will increase your functional knowledge of production and inventory management, improve effeciency in supply chain, streamline operations through accurate forecasting, maximize ROI on systems and technologies, and increase profitability. Designed to prepare students to write the CPIM exams, these non-credit review courses (no evaluation is graded) are not intended to teach the basic principles and concepts of the FMOM program. Note: Examinations are administered by APICS, through their test provider, Pearson Vue. The cost of the examination is the responsibility of the student - details will be available in class. The CPIM program consists of five modules, and an individual must pass all five modules to become certified.

Courses

* It is strongly recommended that Fundamentals of Inventory Control be completed first.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Email: education@apicspeel.com or by phone: 416-410-4376

APICS - Production and Inventory Management, Certified in (CPIM)

Are you new to the field of materials and operations management? For professionals aspiring to APICS certification, the FMOM program establishes a solid entry-level base of knowledge. Participants in the Fundamentals program are typically involved in inventory control, planning, manufacturing control, and operations management. The format of the Fundamentals program teaches basic concepts, techniques, and terminology of materials and operations management.

Courses

Peel Chapter, 150 Clark Blvd, Suite 299, Brampton, Ontario L6T 4Y8

e  MATM79606 e  MATM79607 e  MATM79608 e  MATM79609 e  MATM79610

Basics of Supply Chain Management * Detailed Scheduling and Planning Execution and Control of Operations Master Planning of Resources Strategic Management of Resources **

* Is is strongly recommended that Basics of Supply Chain Management be completed first. ** Strategic Management of Resources should be taken last.

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Important Information: Course material is ordered from the USA, and cannot be guaranteed for the first class unless students register a minimum of 10 days prior to the first class. Failure to register 10 days prior to the start date may result in the course being cancelled due to low enrolment. The material fee covers participant’s workbook and APICS fee to keep the material current. The material fee is non-refundable when you receive the participant workbook. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on the APICS programs please call or send your request to: Peel Chapter, 150 Clark Blvd, Suite 299, Brampton, Ontario L6T 4Y8 Email: education@apicspeel.com or by phone: 416-410-4376

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following required courses: e  MGMT70012 e  MGMT70013 e  MGMT70014 e  MGMT79001 e  MGMT70015 e  MGMT70016

Business Analysis Introduction - 42PDUs, 42CDUs Business Case Development: Acceptance Testing and Quality Assurance - 42PDUs Business Facilitation and Communication 42PDUs Fundamentals of Project Management - 42PDUs Business Process Modeling and Improvement 42PDUs Business Requirements Management - 42PDUs

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance contact the Program Coordinator Ori Schibi at ori.schibi@sheridanc.on.ca

Information Night - APICS

Information Session: Business Analysis

Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary.

Meet Coordinator Ori Schibi to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis(Brampton)

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Refer to www.sheridaninstitute.ca/ce for up-to-date details on Information Session dates and times.

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times. The room number will be posted at the main entrance on the evening of the session.

Business Analysis

CITT - Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Sheridan’s Business Analysis Certificate program provides the foundation knowledge and core skills used in Business Analysis. The Business Analysis Professional is responsible for identifying the business needs of their clients and stakeholders to help determine solutions to business problems. The Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) certification is awarded through the (IIBA) International Institute of Business Analysis and is increasingly being recognized as the benchmark in a business analysis role. To review eligibility please check IIBA’s website at www.theiiba.org Using curriculum which is consistent with the (BABOK) Business Analysis Body of Knowledge from the IIBA® International Institute of Business Analysis, graduates acquire an understanding of the functions, impact and benefits of this important role, including insight into how the business analyst supports projects at all stages: from putting together a business case and defining scope and requirements early on to managing change, communicating with stakeholders and ensuring the requirements have been met in the testing stage. This program is designed for business analysts, project managers, operations managers, systems analysts, quality assurance analysts, marketing professionals and anyone whose role is about defining, and analyzing or solving business problems. Sheridan is an approved Endorsed Education Provider (EEP™) through IIBA® International Institute of Business Analysis.

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With the increase in complexity in running a supply chain, the demand for professionals with recognized credentials and expertise has never been greater. Organizations understand that in order to compete domestically and globally, they must utilize a clearly defined, highly structured and flawlessly executed supply chain and logistics process. To achieve this, it needs to be designed, implemented and managed by a supply chain logistics professional. Whether you are new to the logistics industry or a more experienced logistician, you will find the CITT Designition can help boost your career and enhance your professional creditility. CITT is Canada’s foremost professional development association in the supply chain and logistics sector, with programs and services that promote excellence and career path development for transportation logisticians. The industry recognizes that a CITT-certified professional has a unique skill set, foundational knowledge of their business and a practical understanding of the inner workings of today’s complex supply chain and logistics business that sets them appart from all other candidates. As an industry’s first choice, the CITT Designation is industry’s most respected and widely held designation. The CITT Program of Study challenges participants to develop research and analytical skills that will help them throughout their careers by enabling them to see the big picture, and make sound business decisions based on their integrated logistics thinking. Courses are not only theoretical, but also provide practical skills training, and offer a diversity of knowledge that is crucial to acquiring the skill-set necessary to meet and exceed the challenges the today’s marketplace.

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Students must complete 10 courses from 3 consecutive levels of learning and have a minimum of five years related work experience to be eligible to use the professional CITT designation. It is your responsibility to provide the CITT with the necessary transcripts when applying for your CITT diploma.

Other annual requirements: Acceptance of the CITT Code of Ethics, Payment of CITT membership dues, plus 5 years industry experience.

Established in 1942, the Canadian Institute of Management is a non-profit organization dedicated to the enhancement of managerial skills and professional development. Currently, there are 17 C.I.M. branches coast-to-coast with the National Office in Barrie. Since its inception, the Institute has helped over 55,000 managers to develop a broadlybased education in management skills.

CITT Designated Courses - Sheridan Equivalent

In addition to the fellowship, social and professional networking opportunities, the Canadian Institute of Management offers learning programs leading to professional designations and certificates. Many individuals from business, government, and a wide variety of industries have enhanced their careers by meeting the academic requirements to attain a C.I.M. professional management designation.

Level 2 – BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE Choose five (5) CITT designated courses: for further details, refer to http://www.citt.ca/program/index.html

Candidates will be eligible to apply for the C.I.M. (Certified in Management) designation once they have acquired two (2) years of management/administration experience. In order to be granted the designation, candidates will be required to submit an application, along with two letters of reference and a current resume within six (6) years of completing the prescribed studies.

Level 1 - LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS Transportation Systems e  MATM79701 Logistics Processes e  MATM79702

Business Approach to Writing Reports and Presentations e  COMM28883 Business Law e  LAWS70001

Note: Mandatory National Dues must be paid before an individual can become a Chapter member and use the C.I.M. designation.

Law for Business Managers

Business Management No Sheridan equivalency; available via correspondence through CITT

Note: The Canadian Institute of Management is not part of the Ontario Management Development Program.

Business Strategy No Sheridan equivalency; available via correspondence through CITT

Certification in Management and Administration (C.I.M.)

Introductory Economics e  ECON15269G Micro Economics and e  ECON22358G Macroeconomics

To earn this professional designation through Canadian Institute of Management, students are required to complete an eight subject study program in effective management with a minimum grade of 60% in each course, which includes six compulsory subject areas and two optional subject areas. Sheridan, in cooperation with the Canadian Institute of Management, offers the following equivalent courses:

Marketing: An Introduction Marketing 1 and e  MKTG19439 Marketing 2 e  MKTG10625

C.I.M. Mandatory Subjects - Sheridan Equivalent Introduction to Management Management Skills - Distance Learning e  MGMT70006

Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behaviour e  HRMT70015

Managerial Communications Business Communications and e  COMM12423 Reports and Presentations* e  COMM28883

Financial Management Finance e  FINA11079

Risk Assessment No Sheridan equivalency; available via correspondence through CITT

Principles of Canadian Business Law Law for Business Managers e  LAWS70001

Level 3 - ADVANCED LOGISTICS Integrated Logistics e  MATM79703

Managerial Accounting Costs and Management Accounting* e  ACCG23626

Plus 2 of: Transportation Economics e  MATM79704 Logistics Decision Modeling; available via internet through CITT

Financial Management Corporate Finance 1 and e  FINA21048 Corporate Finance 2* e  FINA28027

Transportation Law; available via correspondence through CITT

Strategic Policy Analysis No Sheridan Equivalent - Go to http://www.cim.ca/ for online Strategic Analysis

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information regarding the CITT, please contact Sue MacMillan at 416-363-5696, ext. 21 or smacmillan@citt.ca (email) or visit the CITT web site at http://www.citt.ca/

CIM Option Subjects - Select and complete two of: Financial Accounting Intermediate Accounting 1* or e  ACCG21627 Finance and Managerial Accounting e  ACCG70011 Human Resource Management Human Resource Administration e  HRMT70006 Foundations of Marketing Marketing 1 and e  MKTG19439

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Students with a College Diploma or University Degree with a Business focus may apply for exemptions to the program of study; refer to www.citt.ca/exemptions

Canadian Institute of Management


e  MKTG10625

Marketing 2*

Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behaviour e  HRMT70015 *Prerequisite courses required. Refer to course descriptions for details. Note: CIM reserves the right to re-assess applications for equivalencies based on courses completed 7+ years past. After that time, students are required to retake the course or provide CIM with further information regarding their work experience. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information, contact the National Office of the Canadian Institute of Management at 15 Collier St. Lower Level, Barrie ON L4M 1G5 or telephone 1-800-387-5774, email office@cim.ca or visit the C.I.M. website at: http://www.cim.ca/ Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Human Resource Management SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Thinking of changing careers? Need to improve or expand upon your skills in Human Resources? Earn your Certificate in Human Resources Management at Sheridan and begin your studies now!

Curriculum Successfully complete all nine of the courses in this program, and apply for your certificate. In addition to earning a certificate from Sheridan, students may also apply these courses toward a nationally recognized designation of CHRP (Certified Human Resource Professional) awarded by the Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA). The courses are offered in both in-class and online formats. You are not restricted to taking the courses in just one format, offering you the flexibility to choose the format for each course that works best for your circumstances. We recommend that students register for no more than 2 courses per semester. Human Resource Management Human Resource Administration or e  HRMT70006 Principles of HR Management - Distance Learning e  HRMT70004 Organizational Behaviour Organizational Behaviour or e  HRMT70015 Organizational Behaviour – Distance Learning e  HRMT70015 Finance and Accounting Finance and Managerial Accounting * or e  ACCG70011 Financial and Management, Intro to - Distance e  ACCG70010 Learning Compensation e  HRMT70002 e  HRMT70003

Compensation and Benefits * or Compensation Management - Distance Learning

Training and Development Training and Development or e  HRMT70019 Training and Development - Distance Learning e  HRMT70020

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Labour Relations Industrial and Labour Relations or e  HRMT70009 Industrial Relations - Distance Learning e  HRMT70010 Occupational Health Occupational Health and Safety * or e  HRMT70013 Occupational Health and Safety - Distance e  HRMT70014 Learning Human Resource Human Resource Planning * or e  HRMT70007 Human Resource Planning and Planning e  HRMT70008 Development - Distance Learning Staffing e  HRMT70018 e  HRMT70017

Recruiting and Selection * or Recruitment, Selection and Interviewing Techniques - Distance Learning

Exam Preparation Workshop National Knowledge Exam Prep (NKE) Workshop e  HRMT78000 * It is recommended that the prerequisites be met.

Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent or mature student status IMPORTANT NOTICE: Future Admission Requirements to earn the CHRP designation: As of January 1, 2011, those who are pursing the professional designation of CHRP, will be required to provide HRPA with documentation verifying completion of a university degree. Students who do not have a University degree, and working towards a Sheridan certificate may continue to complete their certificate but will not be eligible to go on to earn a CHRP designation until after they have earned a University degree. For further information regarding the CHRP certificate process, please consult the CHRP certification handbook at http://www.hrpa.ca/OfficeOfTheRegistrar/Pages/certification.aspx * For HRPA to recognize your completed Sheridan courses, you must attain a program average of 70% with no individual course mark below 65%. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information regarding membership and requirements for Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP), visit their website at http://www.hrpa.ca/ or contact HRPA at 416-923-2324 or 1-800-387-1311 or email info@hrpa.ca Advanced Standing Information: If you have taken a similar course at another Post-Secondary institution within the last five years and achieved a minimum grade of ‘C’, you may apply for Advanced Standing. Complete an Advanced Standing Form available from the Office of the Registrar and attach corresponding transcripts and course outlines. For more information contact the Office of the Registrar at 905-845-9430 or email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca For more information on your status in the program email cerecords@sheridaninstitute.ca

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For course and program guidance contact Program Coordinator, Bonni Titgemeyer CEBS, SPHR, CHRP, CMS at 905-845-9430, ext. 33543 (Halton) 905-459-7533, ext. 33543 (Peel) or email:bonni.titgemeyer@sheridanc.on.ca

Version 3 of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL). It describes the IT Service Management Lifecycle and provides a set of specialized organizational capabilities for providing value to customers in the form of services.

The National Knowledge Exam (NKE) preparation workshop is a highly interactive workshop, led by senior level Human Resources Professionals using study materials written by practicing HR Professionals, is an ideal way to prepare for the NKE exam required by HRPA. Note: The required study materials MUST be purchased prior to the start of the workshop. To order contact Canadian HR Press at www.canadianhrpress.ca/order.asp or call 1-866-607-0876. Note: For information on the NKE Exam Preparation Workshop, contact: mary.mcneil@sheridaninstitute.ca Information Night - Human Resources Meet Coordinator Bonni Titgemeyer to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below.

• Progress your International IT Career; Join thousands of IT Leaders worldwide who are ITIL V3 certified. • Learn to use the ITIL Service Lifecycle Methodology and how to integrate them in your workplace. • Prepare yourself to write the ITIL V3 Foundation Examination in just 3 convenient days of study. • Successful completion of the ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate program allows you to qualify for ITIL V3 Intermediate Certification training. • Best of all you will write the Foundation Exam on Day 3 of the Program • Cost of your course includes one sitting of the Foundation exam. A passing grade of 65% is required to receive Foundation Certification. Who Should Attend:

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

• • • • • • • •

Meeting room will be posted in the lobby of the main building.

Curriculum

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e  MGMT78036

Human Resources - Other Related The following course is not part of the Human Resource Management Certificate but is considered a valuable additional learning experience.

Courses

e  HRMT70022

ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Health and Safety Program Management Distance Learning

Management - Other Related

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

The following courses and workshops are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate Sheridan College partners with hp Hewlett Packard - leaders in ITSM training In this very fast paced global world more and more employers are hiring individuals with credentials. This is an opportunity to fast track your career in the IT Service Management field and take skills to an International Best Practice Level. Sheridan College in partnership with (hp) Hewlett Packard world renown computer company are proud to present ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate training. This comprehensive ITSM curriculum covers all aspects of ITIL V3 training and certification. This 3 day course introduces the concepts of IT Service Management (ITSM) based on

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All IT staff, system and network administrators Business and Systems Analysts CIOs and Service Department Managers Senior technical and operational staff IT Managers, professionals and consultants Executives and key stakeholders IT customers Project Managers involved in IT Services

e  MGMT70019 e  MGMT70020 e  MGMT70004 e  MGMT70006 e  HRMT70024 e  MGMT78000

Environment Management, Introduction - DL Environmental Services - DL Management Principles – DL Management Skills – DL Strategies for Online Recruitment Writing a Business Proposal – DL

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

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Benefits to you:

For more information on Distance Learning courses including structure and format visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca


Management Studies - General (No Major) SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

After more than 30 successful years, Sheridan’s Management Studies Programs are being retired effective the Fall of 2011. If you are currently pursuing a Management Studies Certificate, you must complete the program requirements by December, 2011. For those interested in leadership/management skills, please look for a new “Leadership Development” certificate program in our Winter/Spring 2011 calendar. Management Studies courses are available in a 10 or 14 session evening format (80% attendance required), a day-time intensive format (four consecutive Saturdays – 100% attendance required) and a Saturday and Sunday intensive format (two consecutive weekends – 100% attendance required). Attendance requirements are mandatory.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete 12 courses as follows: Compulsory Courses (6) Administration e  OMDP70014 Communications e  OMDP70001 Human Relations e  OMDP70002 Management for Results e  OMDP70011 Team Building and Leadership e  OMDP70022 Business Communications e  COMM12423 Elective Courses (6) Select six from the following: e  ACCG16971 e  FINA70001 e  OMDP70003 e  OMDP70004 e  OMDP70024 e  MATM79601 e  MATM79603 e  HRMT16127 e  HRMT15655 e  OMDP70009 e  QUAL79008 e  OMDP70010 e  OMDP70023 e  OMDP70016 e  QUAL79001 e  OMDP70023 e  APPL70051 e  APPL70021

Accounting 1 Credit and Collections Critical and Creative Thinking Customer Service Excellence Dealing with Difficult People Fundamentals of Inventory Control Fundamentals of Planning Human Resources Management 1 Human Resources Management 2 Human Resources Selection ISO9000 Implementation and Documentation Labour Relations Operations Management Personal Success Quality Concepts Training in the Workplace Word 2007, Introduction or MS Word Core - Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program information, email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES STUDENTS Required for “OMDP” coded courses (e.g. OMDP70001), manuals must be purchased PRIOR to the first class and can be purchased over the phone. Students attending courses at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville must contact Sheridan’s Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore at 905-815-4050. Students attending courses at the Davis Campus must contact the Davis Campus Bookstore at 905-874-4337.

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Management Studies - Human Resources Major SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE After more than 30 successful years, Sheridan’s Management Studies Programs are being retired effective the Fall of 2011. If you are currently pursuing a Management Studies Certificate, you must complete the program requirements by December, 2011. For those interested in leadership/management skills, please look for a new “Leadership Development” certificate program in our Winter/Spring 2011 calendar. Management Studies courses are available in a 10 or 14 session evening format (80% attendance required), a day-time intensive format (four consecutive Saturdays – 100% attendance required) and a Saturday and Sunday intensive format (two consecutive weekends – 100% attendance required). Attendance requirements are mandatory.

Curriculum You must successfully complete 12 courses as follows: Compulsory Courses (6) Administration e  OMDP70014 Communications e  OMDP70001 Human Relations e  OMDP70002 Management for Results e  OMDP70011 Team Building and Leadership e  OMDP70022 Business Communications e  COMM12423 Elective Courses (6) Select six from the following: e  OMDP70004 e  OMDP70003 e  OMDP70024 e  HRMT16127 e  HRMT15655 e  OMDP70009 e  OMDP70010 e  OMDP70016 e  OMDP70023

Customer Service Excellence Critical and Creative Thinking Dealing with Difficult People Human Resources Management 1 Human Resources Management 2 Human Resources Selection Labour Relations Personal Success Training in the Workplace

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program information email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES STUDENTS Required for “OMDP” coded courses (e.g. OMDP70001), manuals must be purchased PRIOR to the first class and can be purchased over the phone. Students attending courses at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville must contact Sheridan’s Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore at 905-815-4050. Students attending courses at the Davis Campus must contact the Davis Campus Bookstore at 905-874-4337.

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Management Studies - Small Business Major

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

After more than 30 successful years, Sheridan’s Management Studies Programs are being retired effective the Fall of 2011. If you are currently pursuing a Management Studies Certificate, you must complete the program requirements by December, 2011.

After more than 30 successful years, Sheridan’s Management Studies Programs are being retired effective the Fall of 2011. If you are currently pursuing a Management Studies Certificate, you must complete the program requirements by December, 2011.

For those interested in leadership/management skills, please look for a new “Leadership Development” certificate program in our Winter/Spring 2011 calendar. Management Studies courses are available in a 10 or 14 session evening format (80% attendance required), a day-time intensive format (four consecutive Saturdays – 100% attendance required) and a Saturday and Sunday intensive format (two consecutive weekends – 100% attendance required). Attendance requirements are mandatory.

For those interested in leadership/management skills, please look for a new “Leadership Development” certificate program in our Winter/Spring 2011 calendar. Management Studies courses are available in a 10 or 14 session evening format (80% attendance required), a day-time intensive format (four consecutive Saturdays – 100% attendance required) and a Saturday and Sunday intensive format (two consecutive weekends – 100% attendance required). Attendance requirements are mandatory.

Curriculum

Curriculum

You must successfully complete 12 courses as follows:

You must successfully complete 12 courses as follows:

Compulsory Courses (6) Administration e  OMDP70014 Communications e  OMDP70001 Human Relations e  OMDP70002 Management for Results e  OMDP70011 Team Building and Leadership e  OMDP70022 Business Communications e  COMM12423

Compulsory Courses (6) Administration e  OMDP70014 Communications e  OMDP70001 Human Relations e  OMDP70002 Management for Results e  OMDP70011 Team Building and Leadership e  OMDP70022 Business Communications e  COMM12423

Electives Courses (6) Select six from: Accounting 1 e  ACCG16971 Credit and Collections e  FINA70001 Customer Service Excellence e  OMDP70004 Excel 2007, Introduction e  APPL70055 Labour Relations e  OMDP70010 Training in the Workplace e  OMDP70023 Word 2007, Introduction or e  APPL70051 MS Word Core - Distance Learning e  APPL70021

Elective Courses (6) Select six from: e  OMDP70004 e  OMDP70024 e  MATM79601 e  MATM79603 e  QUAL79008 e  OMDP70010 e  OMDP70017 e  QUAL79001 e  OMDP70023

Customer Service Excellence Dealing with Difficult People Fundamentals of Inventory Control Fundamentals of Planning ISO9000 Implementation and Documentation Labour Relations Operations Management Quality Concepts Training in the Workplace

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

For course and program information email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program information email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES STUDENTS Required for “OMDP” coded courses (e.g. OMDP70001), manuals must be purchased PRIOR to the first class and can be purchased over the phone. Students attending courses at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville must contact Sheridan’s Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore at 905-815-4050. Students attending courses at the Davis Campus must contact the Davis Campus Bookstore at 905-874-4337.

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MANAGEMENT STUDIES STUDENTS Required for “OMDP” coded courses (e.g. OMDP70001), manuals must be purchased PRIOR to the first class and can be purchased over the phone. Students attending courses at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville must contact Sheridan’s Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore at 905-815-4050. Students attending courses at the Davis Campus must contact the Davis Campus Bookstore at 905-874-4337.

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Management Studies - Production Major


Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP) Global competition, the development of advanced technologies and other economic challenges are rapidly changing the way Canadian businesses and industries operate. Today’s manufacturing supervisors must demonstrate multifaceted leadership, combined with a high level of technical expertise. The Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program is exactly what you need if you are/or hope to become, a supervisor or manager in the manufacturing industry. MLCP is a training program designed by manufacturers for manufacturers, through a partnership between the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME) and a five-College alliance. Program Features: Relevant Reflects current manufacturing issues and trends. Current case studies and projects are used to address “real life” business challenges. Course leaders have real life industry experience.

Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Leadership SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Acquire the critical leadership skills to become a successful manager within the nonprofit and voluntary sector. Learn how to manage people, build effective programs, and maintain healthy and efficient organizations. Explore the essentials of fundraising and financial management. Develop communication plans and public relations strategies. Gain leadership skills and the ability to effectively assume the many roles required of a successful non-profit manager - from financial stewardship to effective program development/evaluation, community relations and volunteer management.

Curriculum Successfully complete 6 of the following:

Convenient Online course format. Also available for customized classroom delivery to groups at your company.** Recognized By the CME and 11 Ontario Community Colleges. There have been more than 8,000 registrations in Ontario since 1993. This is a testimony of the program and its effectiveness in assisting manufacturers to achieve their organizational goals and objectives through upgrading of their employees. Results–Oriented Improved leadership skills will improve your performance on the job, and contribute to your career success. Participants may qualify for program credits based on work, education and life experience. Certificate Upon successful completion of the 5 courses, your certificate will be issued by the registering college on behalf of the MLCP and CME organizations. For further certificate information contact the MLCP office at 90-641-2252 ext. 4016 or by email mlcp@nigarac.on.ca

Curriculum

The program consists of five courses. Note: We reserve the right to reassess previously granted credits more than five years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation. These courses are available online. e  BUSM79002 e  BUSM79001 e  BUSM79003 e  BUSM79004 e  BUSM79013

For details on customized delivery of MLCP courses, please contact our Corporate Education and Training office at www.sheridancorporate.ca or 905-845-9430, ext. 2078 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2078 (Peel).

Coaching and Developing People Continuous Improvement Processes Developing Effective Teams Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry The Business of Tomorrow - MLCP

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Compulsory Courses Non-Profit Management e  BUSM11249 Public Relations and Social Marketing e  CSRV12903 Program Planning and Evaluation e  PSRV15037 Electives Select 3 from the following: e  PSRV12511 e  HRMT70015 e  PSRV18783 e  MGMT70026 e  MGMT70028

Volunteer Management Organizational Behaviour Fundraising Practice Finance Leadership and Teambuilding

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance contact Coordinator Joe Henry at joe.henry@sheridanc.on.ca Information Session: Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Leadership Meet Coordinator Joe Henry to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times The room number will be posted at the main entrance on the evening of the session.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more detailed information about this program, visit the MLCP website at: http://www.manufacturingleadership.com/

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Fall 2010


Ontario Institute of Purchasing Management Association of Canada

Project Management

OIPMAC offers two different education programs: (1) Certificate in Supply Management for entry to intermediate practitioners (2) Strategic Supply Chain Management Leadership Program, for senior/executive level professionals. Visit www.ontarioinstitute.com/education for SSCML program details.

CERTIFICATE IN SUPPLY MANAGEMENT Are you looking for a solid foundation of knowledge in the field of supply management? Begin working towards OIPMAC’s Certificate in Supply Management today and show employers you have what it takes to succeed. Participants can complete a single course, certificate seminar or the full program (no prerequisites or practical experience required). Program Overview: • Four Technical Courses – Procurement, Logistics, Transportation, Operations • Three Soft Skill Certificate Seminars: Communication, Negotiation, Contract Law • Three Business Certificate Seminars (Finance and Accounting, Business Planning, Marketing) - exemptions apply. View the brochure for Certificate in Supply Management from OIPMAC outlining the program. e e e e

Courses MATM70005 MATM70003 MATM70004 MATM70006

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Sheridan’s Project Management Certificate program provides a foundation for successful graduates to move into organizations that embrace project management. Graduates will acquire the fundamental theoretical knowledge and skills to work successfully as a Project Manager or in an assisting capacity as an Associate in Project Management. Job levels will vary according to the graduates’ previous education and work experience. In addition students will find this program helpful in preparing to write the PMI exam for The Project Management Professional (PMP®) Credential or The Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®) Credential. To review eligibility please check PMI’s website at www.pmi.org. Sheridan’s courses follow the project management knowledge areas and processes as per the PMBOK “Project Management Body of Knowledge, 4th Edition”, published by (PMI) Project Management Institute Sheridan is recognized as a Global Registered Educational Provider (R.E.P.) by the Project Management Institute PMI and adheres to all PMI R.E.P program policies. As a Global Provider, Sheridan courses are recognized by the Project Management Institute for professional development units (PDUs) and continuing education units (CEU). PDUs are the measuring units used by PMI to quantify approved learning and professional service activities.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following (prerequisites must be met): e MGMT79001 e MGMT79010 e MGMT79009

Logistics, Introduction to* Operations Management, Introduction to Procurement, Introduction to Transportation, Introduction to

e MGMT79012

Fundamentals of Project Management * Managing Project Scope and Time * Managing Project Quality and Risk * Managing Project Human Resources and Communication * Managing Project Procurement and Cost * Project Scheduling Management

42 PDUs 42 PDUs 42 PDUs 36 PDUs 42 PDUs

* recommended to take last

e MGMT79011

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

e APPL70047

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

* Also offered online - see course offerings in the back of the calendar.

For further information please contact: Ontario Institute of PMAC at 416-977-7566 or 1-877-726-6968, Email: info@ontarioinstitute.com Website: www.oipmac.ca

42 PDUs

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For further information regarding PMI certification of PMP’s and CAPM’s please refer to the PMI website at http://www.pmi.org/ For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Clifford Brewster clifford.brewster@sheridanc.on.ca

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ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER! Companies of all sizes realize the impact that individuals with the right skills in supply chain management can have on company performance and profitability. The profession offers a wide variety of careers in procurement, operations and logistics with advancement prospects all the way to boardroom. Whether you are working towards a senior-level position or just getting started in supply chain management, the Ontario Institute of PMAC delivers the program you need to accelerate your career.


Information Sessions - Project Management Coordinator: Clifford Brewster Meet the Program Coordinator to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your career goals. These sessions are available free of charge. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Wednesday, December 15, 2010 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

Project Management - Other Related The following course is not part of a certificate or diploma but is considered a valuable additional learning opportunity. e  APPL79000

Project Management Scheduling Software Distance Learning

Project Management Exam Preparation PMP and CAPM Exam Preparation workshop Goals: 1. Help you prepare for and pass the Project Management Institute PMI® PMP or CAPM credentialed exams. 2. Gain a strong understanding of the project management profession, including concepts, tools, techniques and applications 3. Provide a realistic study plan that will allow you to attain the previous two goals by understanding concepts, rather than memorizing them. With unique and high energy delivery, these workshops are an ideal way to prepare for the PMP and CAPM exams, using a comprehensive study guide aligned with the PMBOK Fourth Edition, reference materials, question banks and guidance for the application process. Developed and offered by industry-leading curriculum developers, trainers and instructors, and while it delivers quality and results equivalent to and comparable with industry leading programs, it is offered at a price that is significantly lower than other providers. Both workshops will be offered each Fall and Spring.

Exam Preparation Courses:

PMP Exam Preparation 35PDUs 5 days CAPM Exam 24PDUs 3 days Preparation

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

e  MGMT78033 e  MGMT78032

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Project Management Related Workshops:

For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Join Sheridan’s Team of over 4,996 Employers!

Do you own a small business or are involved in the hiring process? Join Sheridan and benefit in becoming a Cooperative Education and Internship Partner. Responsible, skillful and affordable Sheridan students are available for paid, four-month work placements in over 30 fields of study including business, computers, science and technology, health, and the arts.

Contact the Co-op Offices Brampton: 905-459-7533, ext. 4355 Oakville: 905-845-9430, ext. 2649

e  MGMT70024

e  MGMT78037

Managing Payment Card Data Security Projects - Winning Strategies The Art and Science of Transformation™ - Project Manager Assessment Tool

15PDUs

14PDUs

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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When you complete your program of study, you must contact the Office of the Registrar to request your credential. Email cerecords@sheridaninsitute.ca and include your name, student number, program and the credential you are seeking.

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this Calendar as of the date of publication; however, changes may occur subsequent to publication. Please refer to the Continuing Education link on our website at www. sheridaninstitute.ca/ce for the most recent information.

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BUSINESS – MARKETING AND SALES

BUSINESS

MARKETING AND SALES Sheridan’s Marketing and Sales offerings will help you to develop an understanding of the function and concepts of marketing in today’s business environment. Our courses are designed to enhance your understanding of the marketplace, consumer behaviors, product planning, branding, pricing, distribution and promotion.

Business - Marketing Major ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA The study of marketing involves understanding why people buy the goods and services they choose, and how customers can be better understood and served. Marketing involves applying knowledge of these needs and wants to provide the products and services at times and places that meet customer needs. Every industry needs marketers, so your training in this field can tie in with your past experience, personal interests, desire to start a business and so much more. The Diploma is equivalent to Sheridan’s two-year Ontario College Diploma in Business Marketing. Graduates with this diploma may also apply for entry into the third year of the Marketing program full-time at Sheridan. Get the benefit of in-depth marketing knowledge and a broad business education covering the basics of accounting, business communications, computers and more. Note: Sheridan programs are regularly reviewed and updated in response to the changing business environment. This results in courses being added and dropped from programs, including courses students may have already taken. In such cases, our policy is to evaluate program completion against the program as it presently stands, and as it was when the student began. However, students who have completed courses which are no longer part of the program must finish their diploma within two years, or the new requirements will supersede those courses and only the new will be acceptable. Students who have taken: e BUSM22779

e e e e e e e e e e e e

LAWS70001 ECON22358G MKTG19439 MKTG10625 MKTG27583 ADVG20905 ECON15269G SALE24565 COMM28883 MATH29875 MKTG31445 BUSM13551

Law for Business Managers Macroeconomics Marketing 1 Marketing 2 Marketing Analysis and Planning Marketing Promotion Management Micro Economics Personal Selling Reports and Presentations Statistical Methods and Analysis Supply Chain Management The Professional Edge

Plus: Two Approved General Education Electives (see index) For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email David Nowell at david.nowell@sheridanc.on.ca INFORMATION SESSIONS - Marketing and Sales

The International Environment

must complete their diploma before September, 2012 to use this course.

Marketing and Sales Certificate, Business Marketing Diploma

If unsure about your status in light of these changes, email your coordinator for clarification. (see below for contact information.)

Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge. No appointment is necessary.

Curriculum

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

You must successfully complete 24 courses as follows: Compulsory Courses: Accounting 1 e ACCG16971 Business Communications e COMM12423 Business Mathematics e MATH16269 Computer Applications for Business e APPL19402 Creating Marketing Graphics e MKTG25586 Customer Relationship Management e MKTG20480 Finance e FINA11079 Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers e FINA22289 Human Resources Management 1 e HRMT16127 Introduction to E-Commerce e ECOM15616

Fall 2010

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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Students who have taken –

MARKETING @ SHERIDAN • You can choose from a Business Certificate, a Specialized Marketing and Sales Certificate or an Ontario College Diploma Business Marketing. • Your Business Marketing Ontario College Diploma is equivalent to Sheridan’s two-year diploma offered full-time. • Graduates with this diploma can apply to enter the third year of the full-time Marketing program at Sheridan. Sheridan’s Marketing program is continually updated based on provincial standards, industry representatives and a desire to have a top-notch program. In provincial competitions, Sheridan’s students have consistently proven themselves among the best in the province.

Marketing - Other Related The following courses and workshops are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities. e  MKTG70001 e  MKTG70005 e  COMM78004 e  COMM78005 e  COMM78002

Market Research, Applied - Distance Learning Purchasing - Distance Learning Writing a Marketing Plan – Distance Learning Writing for the Web – Distance Learning Writing Sales Material – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Marketing and Sales SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Need to learn about marketing and sales in a hurry? The Marketing and Sales – Sheridan Certificate Program is designed to do just that, with courses focused purely on marketing and sales. This program is continually updated, to reflect current business trends. In addition to a core group of courses leading to marketing plan creation, learn to make the most of serving, understanding and retaining customers through supply chain strategies. Explore interests in Web marketing, financial analysis, business relationships and more. Obtain a solid grounding in hands-on marketing and sales, enhancing education and experience received in other fields. Should you choose to pursue a Business Certificate or Diploma at a later date, many of the credits received through this certificate can be applied. Note: Sheridan programs are regularly reviewed and updated in response to the changing business environment. This results in courses being added and dropped from programs, including courses students may have already taken. In such cases, our policy is to evaluate program completion against the program as it presently stands, and as it was when the student began. However, students who have completed courses which are no longer part of the program must finish their credential within two years, or the new requirements will supersede those courses and only the new will be acceptable.

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e  MKTG21037 e  FINA22289 e  BUSM22779

Building Business-to-Business Relationships Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers The International Environment

– must complete their certificate before September, 2012 to use these courses. If unsure about your status in light of these changes, email your coordinator for clarification. (see below for contact information.)

Curriculum You must successfully complete 8 courses as follows: e  MKTG19439 e  MKTG10625 e  MKTG27583 e  MKTG20480 e  SALE24565 e  MKTG31445 e  ADVG20905 e  MKTG22183

Marketing 1 Marketing 2 Marketing Analysis and Planning Customer Relationship Management Personal Selling Supply Chain Management Marketing Promotion Management Marketing on the World Wide Web (an online course)

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email David Nowell at david.nowell@sheridanc.on.ca INFORMATION SESSIONS - Marketing and Sales Marketing and Sales Certificate, Business Marketing Diploma Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Thursday, December 9, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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Fall 2010


Mature Consumers Studies NEw

Curriculum (offered online)

Successfully complete the following courses:

Mature Consumers Studies ™, supported by the Sheridan Elder Research Centre (SERC), offers critical insight and comprehensive analysis of the aging population phenomenon - the most significant influence on social policy and marketing since WWII surpassed only by the Digital Revolution. How are “mature consumers” compelling the marketplace to create more relevant services and products? How will governments respond to the emerging needs of “mature consumers”? Will younger generations be affected by the upheaval of their elders? Questions of business and industry, marketers, product/program designers and public sector professionals who are motivated to respond to the needs and wants of this rapidly accelerating older segment will be answered in Mature Consumers Studies™.

e BUSM70014 Age Wave: Demographics and Business Impact e SOCI70012 Active Aging: Reframing Population Aging Lifestyles e SOCI70013 Improving Industry’s Response to Age Related Changes e BUSM70015 Marketing to the Mature Consumer e BUSM70016 The New Norm: Work, Retirement and Caregiving Policies e BUSM70017 Independent Study: Industry Specific Project* *must be the final course taken For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance contact the Program Coordinator Pat Spadafora at pat.spadafora@sheridaninstitute.ca

BUSINESS

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Our Office Administration offerings have been developed to help you gain advanced, up-to-date office skills to improve your employment and promotional opportunities. We offer certificates in the Legal and Medical office fields, as well as essential computer and communication courses for all levels of administrative assistants.

Administrative Assistant

Note: Prerequisites must be met. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than four years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation.

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE PLEASE NOTE: This program is under review and the curriculum for this certificate will be changing in the Fall 2011 semester. In order to use these courses towards the certificate, you must complete all courses by August. 2011. Are you considering a career as an Administrative Assistant? Become a valuable member of the modern office team! Employment opportunities exist in public administration, finance, insurance, real estate and education; computer consulting and other business services; and retail trade, manufacturing and construction.

APPL70051 OADM70011 APPL70052 COMM70002 OADM70001 APPL70055

Word 2007, Introduction Office Systems Procedures* Word 2007, Advanced* Business Writing and Presentations* Document Production* Excel 2007, Introduction

*Prerequisite required

Administrative Assistants prepare, edit and format documents, arrange meetings, distribute correspondence, respond to inquiries, operate office equipment and maintain record management systems. Develop the skills required to succeed in an entry-level administrative position. Learn administrative procedures and document processing, Microsoft Office applications, interpersonal and problem-solving skills, plus organizational and time management skills.

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Admission Requirements If your keyboarding speed is less than 20 nwpm, and /or you have little or no experience using Windows, you should take OADM70000 Computer Basics and Keyboarding as your first course. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Note: The online (Ontario Learn) MS application courses cannot be applied to this Sheridan Certificate.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Curriculum

For course and program guidance, contact Debbie Sanche at 905-845-9430, ext. 33614 (Halton), 905-459-7533, ext. 33614 (Peel) or email: deborah.sanche1@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred).

You must successfully complete the following six courses in the recommended sequence.

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Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Microsoft Office Applications - Information Night Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, November 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Executive Assistant SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE PLEASE NOTE: This program is under review and the curriculum for this certificate will be changing in the Fall 2011 semester. In order to use these courses towards the certificate, you must complete all courses by August. 2011. Are you an Administrative Assistant ready to enhance your career; improve your skills, and handle more responsibility with confidence? Take the next step to become an Executive Assistant. This certificate will build your confidence and improve your professional skills in order to provide administrative support to business executives and professional teams in private and public organizations. Note: The online (Ontario Learn) MS application courses cannot be applied to this Sheridan Certificate.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following six courses in the recommended sequence. Note: Prerequisites must be met. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than four years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation. e  APPL70056 e  APPL70057 e  MGMT24885 e  COMM70007 e  ACCG70009 e  APPL70053

Excel 2007, Advanced* Powerpoint 2007 Supervisory Management Electronic Communications and the Internet Bookkeeping Access 2007, Introduction

*Prerequisite required

Note: Option #2 does not grant you the Administrative Assistant Certificate. It only provides you with the Admission Requirements to enter into the Executive Assistant Certificate Program. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Debbie Sanche at 905-845-9430, ext. 33614 (Halton), 905-459-7533, ext. 33614 (Peel) or email: deborah.sanche1@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred). Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Microsoft Office Applications - Information Night Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, November 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Library Related Courses The following courses are not part of a Sheridan Certificate or Diploma but are considered valuable learning opportunities.

Courses

e  INFO70008 e  INFO70009 e  INFO70010 e  INFO70011 e  INFO70012 e  INFO70013

Admission Requirements Either

1. Successful completion of the Sheridan Certificate - Administrative Assistant Program OR 2. A combination of the following three Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) Exams: Word 2007 Introduction, Word 2007 Advanced and Excel 2007 Introduction and a portfolio containing the following: • Current resume (outlining 3-5 years related work experience) • Current detailed job description

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• Two letters of recommendation from current or previous employers Submit your portfolio to the Continuing Education Office at the Trafalgar Campus, Monday to Friday ATTENTION: Debbie Sanche, c/o Jacquie Walsh.

e  INFO70014 e  INFO70015 e  INFO70016 e  INFO70017 e  INFO70018

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Acquisitions - Distance Learning Cataloguing Electronic and Internet Resources Distance Learning Client Services - Distance Learning Collection Maintenance and Inventory Control Distance Learning Database Design for Information Workers Descriptive and Access Cataloguing 1 -Distance Learning Descriptive and Access Cataloguing 2 -Distance Learning Electronic Publishing - Distance Learning Government Information - Distance Learning Health Libraries and Resources - Distance Learning Human Relations and Supervision - Distance Learning

Fall 2010


e  INFO70019

e  INFO70024 e  INFO70025 e  INFO70026 e  INFO70027 e  INFO70028

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Whether you are creating personal documents, running a small business from home, or working in the business world, develop confidence and competency using Microsoft’s Office applications. Prepare professional, attractive and accurate business documents using Microsoft Word 2007. Plan, create, format, print and show presentations using PowerPoint 2007. Create professional worksheets and workbooks using advanced features, including macros, templates, formulas, and database features in Microsoft Excel 2007. Produce a database with tables, queries, forms and reports using Microsoft Access 2007.

Curriculum

Administrative Assistant, Executive Assistant, Microsoft Office Applications - Information Night Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, November 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Word 2007, Introduction Word 2007, Advanced* Excel 2007, Introduction Excel 2007, Advanced* PowerPoint 2007 Access 2007, Introduction Access 2007, Advanced*

Office Administration - Legal SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Are you considering a career as a legal office assistant? The Office AdministrationLegal Sheridan Certificate Program offers specialized education to prepare you for a career as a legal office assistant, one of the valuable members of the legal office team. Legal support professionals require a solid grounding in legal basics, a high degree of attention to detail and the capacity to perform well in a demanding work environment. This program will prepare you for the challenges of an entry-level position.

*Prerequisite required. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Fall 2010

• Saturday, August 7, 2010, 12:00-3:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) • Saturday, November 13, 2010, 1:00-4:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Plan to arrive on time as testing will begin promptly at the allotted time. Future dates to be confirmed, please check for updates on the website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca > Programs and Courses > Microsoft Office Applications, for the most current information on dates and times.

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

Successfully complete the following

For course and program guidance, contact program coordinator Debbie Sanche at 905-845-9430, ext. 33614 (Halton), or 905-459-7533, ext. 33614 (Peel) or email: deborah.sanche1@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred).

• APPL70053 Access 2007, Introduction • APPL70054 Access 2007, Advanced • APPL70055 Excel 2007, Introduction • APPL70056 Excel 2007, Advanced • APPL70057 PowerPoint 2007 • APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction • APPL70052 Word 2007, Advanced If you would like to write a PLAR Challenge Test for any of these courses, testing will be done on the following dates:

To reserve a seat and obtain registration information, call the Continuing Education Office at 905-845-9430, ext. 2690 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 5190 (Peel). Note: There is a $95.70 nonrefundable fee for each course you wish to seek PLAR credit, payable prior to challenging each course.

Microsoft Office Applications

e  APPL70051 e  APPL70052 e  APPL70055 e  APPL70056 e  APPL70057 e  APPL70053 e  APPL70054

PLAR Challenge Tests

Acquire legal practice and procedures in different areas of law with practical, hands-on training in specialized and up-to-date legal software applications such as: Teraview, PCLaw, DivorceMate and ACL. In addition, emphasis is placed on the everyday demands of the job: confidentiality, professional ethics, and demonstrating initiative. As a graduate of the Office Administration - Legal program, you will work as part of a team in a law or paralegal office, and with legal departments of corporations, insurance firms, financial institutions, trust companies, Federal, Provincial and Municipal Governments, court office, and general business environments.

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e  INFO70020 e  INFO70021 e  INFO70022 e  INFO70023

Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction to Distance Learning Information Work 1 - Distance Learning Information Work 2 - Distance Learning Information Work 3 - Distance Learning Libraries and Information Industry, Introduction to - Distance Learning Library Financial Management and Budgeting Distance Learning Multimedia - Distance Learning Personal Computer Support Serials - Distance Learning Subject Analysis and Classification - Distance Learning


Sheridan’s program is designed to provide students with the challenges and skills necessary for advancement in the exciting, fast-paced, ever-changing field of law.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following: (Note: prerequisites must be met.) e  COMM12423 e  APPL70051 e  APPL70052 e  APPL70055 e  LAWS11198 e  LAWS26852 e  LAWS22928 e  LAWS27732 e  LAWS26947 e  LAWS28913 e  LAWS20794 e  LAWS26776

Business Communications Word 2007, Introduction Word 2007, Advanced* OR Excel 2007, Introduction Introduction to Legal Office Procedures Estate Administration* Real Estate Law 1* Real Estate Law 2* Corporate and Business Law* Litigation 1* Litigation 2* Family Law*

Admission Requirements If your English language skills are not at a Grade 12 level, you should take COMM19997 Basic Communications Skills and/or COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills before starting the program. Note: If your keyboarding speed is less than 30 nwpm, and you have little or no experience using Windows, you should take OADM70000 Computer Basics and Keyboarding before APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction. OADM70002 Legal Office Procedures - Distance Learning is not considered equivalent to LAWS11198 Introduction to Legal Office Procedures and will not be allowed as a substitute. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Helen Elliott at 905-459-7533, ext. 33167 or email: helen.elliott@sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings. Information Sessions - Office Administration: Legal Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

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Office Administration - Medical SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Office Administration – Medical Certificate Program has been developed to give you the most up-to-date medical office skills and knowledge to improve your employment and promotional opportunities within private practice, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, medical supply industries and other health care related facilities. This program is well known and respected within our medical community, offering employers graduates that are prepared to meet the challenges of a changing and dynamic Canadian health-care system. To assist you in completing your program faster, the Office Administration - Medical courses are also offered in an intensive format at Sheridan’s Skills Training Centre in Oakville. Courses will be scheduled weekday afternoons, enabling you to finish the program in one year (pending sufficient enrolment).

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following 10 courses which are listed in a recommended sequence: Note: Course substitutions can be made only with the program coordinator’s approval. e  COMM12423 e  APPL70051 e  APPL70052 e  OADM70006 e  OADM70007 e  ANAT70001 e  OADM70004 e  OADM70005 e  OADM70008 e  OADM70009

Business Communications* Word 2007, Introduction Word 2007, Advanced Medical Terminology 1 Medical Terminology 2 Anatomy and Physiology Medical Office Billing Procedures Medical Office Procedures Medical Documents and Techniques Medical Machine Transcription**

* must be taken first ** must be taken last

Admission Requirements If your English language skills are not at a Grade 12 level, you should take COMM19997 Basic Communications Skills and/or COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills before starting the program. Note: If your keyboarding speed is less than 30 nwpm, and you have little or no experience using Windows, you should take OADM70000 Computer Basics and Keyboarding before APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Sharon Tiraborrelli, at 905-845-9430, ext. 33009 (Halton), or 905-459-7533, ext. 33009 (Peel), or email: sharon.tiraborrelli@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred)

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Office Administration - Other Related

Meet Coordinator Sharon Tiraborrelli to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentations will start promptly at the time indicated below.

The following courses are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Thursday, August 19, 2009, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e  OADM70000 e  OADM70014 e  LAWS70007 e  OADM70002 e  OADM70003 e  OADM70012

Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted in the main building lobby.

e  OADM70017

Computer Basics and Keyboarding Health Records Management - Distance Learning Law for the Workplace - Distance Learning Legal Office Procedures - Distance Learning Legal Terminology - Distance Learning Office Technology and Procedures - Distance Learning Veterinary Office Skills and Procedures - Distance Learning Veterinary Terminology - Distance Learning Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting - Distance Learning

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

e  OADM70018 e  OADM70016

Office Administration - Medical Fast track the Continuing Education program during the day and finish in one year! *

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

These part-time day classes are scheduled at Sheridan’s Skills Training Center (STC) in Oakville.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

FALL 2010

For more information of Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Business Communication: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. - September 14 to October 28, 2010 Word 2007, Introduction: Mondays and Fridays, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. - September 13 to November 1, 2010 Word 2007, Advanced: Fridays and Mondays, 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. - November 5 to December 20, 2010 Medical Terminology 1: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - November 2 to December 16, 2010 WINTER 2011 Medical Terminology 1: Tuesdays, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. - January 11 to April 12, 2011 Anatomy and Physiology: Wednesdays, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - January 12 to April 13, 2011 Medical Office Billing Procedures: Mondays and Fridays, 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. - January 10 to February 28, 2011 Medical Office Procedures: Fridays and Mondays, 2:00 - 5:00 p.m. - March 4 to April 22, 2011 SPRING 2011 Medical Documents and Techniques: Tuesdays, 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. - April 26 to July 12, 2011 Medical Machine Transcription: Thursdays, 2:00 - 5:30 p.m. - April 28 to July 14, 2011 *Pending sufficient enrolment

Fall 2010

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BUSINESS – OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Information Night - OFFICE ADMINISTRATION-MEDICAL


COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGES Enhance existing language skills or learn a new one! We offer numerous courses at a variety of levels for English as a Second Language learners, as well as individuals who want to improve English communication skills for business or academic purposes and in French, Italian, Japanese or Spanish.

Academic Upgrading - Academic and Career Entrance Improve academic skills in order to enter a college program or to increase job prospects. Self-paced, continuous intake program offers courses in English, Math, Chemistry, Biology, Oral Communications, Computer Applications and Employability Skills. Day or evening classes in Oakville or Brampton. (See the ACE Academic Upgrading in the Education and Liberal Studies section.) For information details from the Sheridan Home Page at www.sheridaninstitute.ca select Programs & Courses > Programs for immigrants and newcomers to Canada > ACE (Academic Upgrading/ Academic and Career Entrance) For the Davis Campus contact 905-453-7533, ext. 5727 and for the STC Campus contact 905-845-9430, ext. 8009

Creative writing Series RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Do you love literature? Do you have a story running around in your head? A poem you’re carrying in your heart? Or a film being screened in your mind? If you feel a need to put words on paper, then one of our creative writing courses could be just what you need to get over your fear of the ‘blank page’ and to unlock the writer in you.

Curriculum You must successfully complete five (5) courses: e e e e e e

LITT70001 LITT70002 LITT70003 COMM17472 COMM15809 LITT70008

Crafting a Novel Crafting a Novel: Part 2 Creative Writing Dramatic Writing, Introduction to Writing the Screenplay Writing the Short Story

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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English - Communication The following English courses are offered to enhance your language competencies in oral, written and visual forms, and to extend your intellectual and imaginative horizons.

Courses e e e e e e e e

COMM12423 COMM70015 COMM70003 LITT70001 LITT70002 LITT70003 LITT78001 LITT78002

e e e e

COMM17472 COMM70019 COMM70020 COMM70014

e e e e e e e e e e e

COMM28883 COMM70004 LITT70012 COMM16165 COMM70016 COMM70030 COMM70011 COMM70017 COMM70013 COMM70018 LITT70008

Business Communication Business Report Writing – Distance Learning Business Writing Strategies – Distance Learning Crafting a Novel Crafting a Novel Part 2 Creative Writing Creative Writing, Beginners – Distance Learning Creative Writing, Intermediate – Distance Learning Dramatic Writing, Introduction to English 1 – Distance Learning English 2 – Distance Learning Grammar for Writing Professionals – Distance Learning Reports and Presentations Researching and Reporting – Distance Learning Science Fiction – Distance Learning Technical Reports and Presentations Writing for Publication – Distance Learning Writing for Publication II – Distance Learning Writing Grammatically – Distance Learning Writing Poetry – Distance Learning Writing Romance Fiction – Distance Learning Writing Short Stories – Distance Learning Writing the Short Story

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course information and guidance, please contact Program Coordinator JoAnn Brodey at 905-459-7533, ext. 2334. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

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English - Essential Communication Skills

For counselling assistance on part-time ESL courses only, please contact Jean Mackie at 905-459-7533, ext. 6040.

Prior to registering for COMM19999 students are required to complete COMM78015 Communication Skills Assessment before their first week of class. This assessment will determine whether students can be placed directly into COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills or if they must first complete COMM19997 Basic Communication Skills to prepare them for COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills.

Courses:

e  COMM19999 e  COMM19997 e  COMM78015

Essential Communication Skills Basic Communication Skills Communication Skills Assessment

Mornings (9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.), afternoons (1:00 - 5:00 p.m.) and part-time evenings, LINC 4 to 7 courses (7:00 - 10:00 p.m.) For more information, attend an information session on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. - room B216, Davis Campus.

French - Conversational Proficiency SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Learning a language is more than an intellectual challenge – it is a stimulating and rewarding experience that enriches your life. In today’s competitive marketplace, a second language is a must.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information and guidance, contact the Program Coordinator Sean McNabney at 905-459-7533, ext. 2045 or 905-845-9430, ext. 2045.

Develop your language skills in an interactive and friendly setting. Participate in realistic dialogues and conversational activities. Reinforce your speaking skills with comprehension activities and written exercises. The French - Conversational Proficiency Program offers a comprehensive selection of courses for all learners from beginners with no knowledge of French to advanced students wanting to maintain and improve their fluency.

English as a Second Language (ESL) These courses will be of interest if your first language is not English and/or you want to improve your English usage. Please read carefully the detailed course descriptions before registering. The teacher will give you a test in the first class and may then suggest a different course for you.

Courses Use these guidelines to help you choose a course: To give you more confidence in speaking English, register for: ESL - Effective Speaking and Listening e  EASL78001 ESL - Pronunciation e  EASL78003 Speaking Canadian English e  EASL78008 To give you more confidence in writing, register for: ESL - Writing Effectively e  EASL78010

Come to our French classes to: • increase your employment opportunities • enhance your communication skills, and • enjoy the social interaction Students are advised to register at least two weeks prior to the beginning of classes. Text/Materials Requirements All levels of the French - Conversational Proficiency Certificate Program use the same text, compact disc, and workbook: Bonne Route by P. deMéo, E. Gesner, and J. Brown (published by Harcourt, Brace and Company, Canada), and is available at the College Bookstores.

Curriculum

To develop your writing ability with systematic grammar practice, register for: ESL - Grammar Skills e  EASL78002

You must successfully complete the following courses in order: Compulsory courses (8) French Beginner 1 e  LANG70025 French Beginner 2 e  LANG70026 French Beginner 3 e  LANG70027 French Intermediate 1 e  LANG70028 French Intermediate 2 * e  LANG70029 French Intermediate 3 * e  LANG70030 French Advanced 1 * e  LANG70031 French Advanced 2 * e  LANG70032

To develop your English to enter college, university, or a profession, register for: TOEFL Preparation e  EASL78007 Basic Communication Skills* e  COMM19997 Essential Communication Skills* e  COMM19999 * These courses are College credit courses and are not designed specifically for ESL students. Prerequisite: COMM78015 Communication Skills Assessment is required. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Fall 2010

Sheridan offers Language Instruction for New Canadians Full time LINC 3 to 7 courses:

* Advanced standing may be granted upon the successful completion of an oral (by phone) challenge test. To obtain the certificate, you must complete French Intermediate 2, French Intermediate 3, French Advanced 1 and French Advanced 2. For more information on Challenge Testing call 905-845-9430, ext. 8042.

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For information on day time ESL courses, please call 905-459-7533, ext. 5335.

In a number of programs, COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills is now a requirement for graduation and is listed as a compulsory course.


Admission Requirements Students with no knowledge of French or very limited conversational skills should register in LANG70025 French Beginner 1 or LANG70026 French Beginner 2. Students who possess some fluency are asked to take a short oral placement test before registering to determine their appropriate level. This test is given over the telephone at no cost to the student. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

French - Other Related The following courses are not part of the French Certificate but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities. e  LANG70020 e  LANG70023 e  LANG70024

Francais 1 – Distance Learning Francais 2 – Distance Learning Francais 3 – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Japanese RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Do you want to learn Japanese but don’t know where to begin? Whether planning a vacation to Japan or conducting business, Sheridan’s Japanese language and conversation courses provide the solution.

Curriculum Successfully complete the following four (4) courses: Courses: e  LANG70010 e  LANG70011 e  LANG70012 e  LANG70013

Japanese Language, Introduction to Japanese 2, Conversational Japanese 3, Conversational Japanese 4, Conversational

Additional Optional Courses: Japanese 5, Conversational e  LANG70014 Japanese 6, Conversational e  LANG70021 Japanese 7, Conversational e  LANG70022 For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

early childhood Centres

Italian Learn basic Italian conversation common in social situations.

Course

e  LANG78001 e  LANG78002 e  LANG78003

Building Brighter Futures call for registration info!

Italian for Travel and Everyday Use Italian for Travel and Everyday Use 2 Italian for Teens: Media and Pop Culture

Child Care Centre

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville | 905-815-4033 • Full day child care for children: 18 mnths - 6 yrs • Accredited High/Scope curriculum • Junior and Senior Kindergarten program

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Child Care Centre Mississauga Civic Centre | 905-896-5633 • Full day child care for children: 18 mnths - 6 yrs • High/Scope curriculum • Junior and Senior KIndergarten program

Register Early!

Montessori Preschool Centre

Some courses are cancelled because we didn’t know you wanted them. Register at least six (6) working days before the start of your course to avoid disappointment.

• Half day programs (5 days/week) • CCMA Accredited for children: 2 1/2 - 6 yrs • Montessori curriculum • Junior and Senior Kindergarten program • Half-day Summer camps available

Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville | 905-845-9430, x2325

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Languages - Other Related The following course is not part of a credential but is considered valuable additional learning opportunity.

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Language Interpreter Training Certificate Program (LITP) is designed for individuals fluent in English and another language, who wish to work as spoken language interpreters in the legal, health care, social service and domestic violence prevention sectors in Ontario. Integrating theory, principles and concepts with practical application and skills development, the program aims to assist individuals in developing the introductory level competencies, skills, knowledge and attitudes required for proficient practice as language interpreters. The program is designed to benefit individuals who wish to begin a career in interpreting, as well as those already working as interpreters who wish to upgrade their skills and obtain a college credential.

Curriculum Successfully complete the following courses in order: e LANG70033 e LANG70034 e e e e

LANG70035 LANG70036 LANG70037 LANG70038

Spoken Language Interpreter, Introduction Skills Development: Consecutive Interpreting and Note Taking Skills Development: Sight Translation Skills Development: Simultaneous Interpreting Setting Specific Interpreting Capstone Course: Skills Integration

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Cecilia Arce-Conover at cecilia.arce-conover@sheridaninstitute.ca

Course

e LANG78004

Sanskrit Language, Introduction to

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Spanish Within the globalized market, there is currently an international recognition of the Spanish language in literature, film, television and music. Capture the essence of Spanish culture through language and conversation.

Courses e e e e

LANG70016 LANG70017 LANG70018 LANG70019

Spanish Language and Culture, Introduction to Spanish 2 Conversational Spanish 3 Conversational Spanish 4 Conversational

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

ONLINE SERVICES

Information Session: Language Interpreter Training Program (LITP)

for Students

Meet Coordinator Cecilia Arce-Conover to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current information session dates and times. The room number will be posted at the main entrance on the evening of the session.

NOT SURE IF YOU’VE COMPLETED ALL YOUR PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS? Email cerecords@sheridanc.on.ca and ask for a status check.

Fall 2010

AccesSheridan, Sheridan’s online service portal, offers convenient and easy access to myStudent Centre. myStudent Centre provides Full-time students only with the following online services: • View and update personal information • Register for elective courses (Full-time Students Only) • View class schedules • View grades • View T2202 tax receipts • View transfer credit reports (for Advanced Standing/Prior Learning Assessment) Follow the instructions below to connect to AccessSheridan: 1. Got to http://access.sheridaninstitute.ca 2. Log-in using your Sheridan network username and password 3. This will bring up the AccessSheridan page. In the box labeled Sheridan Applications, follow the link titled: myStudent Centre.

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Language Interpreter Training Program (LITP)


COMPUTER STUDIES Rapid changes in technology are creating many exciting opportunities for people to acquire new marketable skills in information systems and technology. Our Computer Studies programs have been revised to reflect today’s market and to give you the opportunity to acquire these skills through a variety of delivery modes.

Computer Programming - Introductory RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT

Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night

Specialized programs are offered for students wishing to acquire knowledge in a specific field. All courses are directly applicable for credit towards the Computer Systems or the Information Technology Sheridan Certificate programs.

Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below.

Prerequisite requirements must be met for each specialized certificate. Please refer to the course descriptions to identify the mandatory prerequisites. To qualify for a Specialized Computer Credential, students must successfully complete the courses within four years. Upon completion, contact the Office of the Registrar to apply for your credential.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

You must successfully complete the following 3 courses which are listed in a recommended sequence: e INFO16029 e PROG10082 e PROG24178

Problem Solving / Programming Logic Object Oriented Programming 1 – Java Object Oriented Programming 2 – Java

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred). Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby.

Computer Systems SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Computer Systems Certificate Program is designed to provide you with entry-level skills and knowledge appropriate for the use of microcomputers in today’s job market. Study how computers work and how they are used in business. Receive an introduction to microcomputer operating systems and several popular software packages and learn the basics of computer programming.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following eight courses, listed in recommended completion sequence. Note: Sheridan reserves the right to re-assess previously granted credits more than five (5) years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation. Courses e SYST19866

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this Calendar as of the date of publication; however, changes may occur subsequent to publication. Please refer to the Continuing Education link on our website at www. sheridaninstitute.ca/ce for the most recent information.

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Operating System Technologies (A+ Certification Prep) Access 2007, Introduction Linux/UNIX-Operating Systems Business Software Systems, Introduction to Data Communications – Local Area Network Data Network Design and Configuration Problem Solving / Programming Logic Object Oriented Programming 1 – Java

e APPL70053 e SYST13416 e SYST16529 e TELE13167 e TELE33324 e INFO16029 e PROG10082 For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

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Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Database Systems RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Specialized programs are offered for students wishing to acquire knowledge in a specific field. All courses are directly applicable for credit towards the Computer Systems or the Information Technology Sheridan Certificate programs. Prerequisite requirements must be met for each specialized certificate. Please refer to the course descriptions to identify the mandatory prerequisites. To qualify for a Specialized Computer Credential, students must successfully complete the courses within four years. Upon completion, contact the Office of the Registrar to apply for your credential. Business Software Systems, Introduction to Database Design and Implementation Database Programming and Implementation Systems Analysis and Design Object Oriented Methodologies

Excel with Macros and VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Recognition of Achievement Learn advanced Excel techniques using Macros and VBA in three one-day hands-on workshops. Users without prior knowledge of Macros or VBA code will gain greater control of their Excel projects. Use Excel’s Macro Recorder to generate VBA code, and Excel’s Visual Basic Editor (VBE) to locate, modify and enhance generated code. The Level 1 workshop, a prerequisite for Levels 2 and 3, lays a foundation for the use of the Macro Recorder and VBE. These workshops are taught using Excel 2003. The instructor will demonstrate the use of Excel 2007 whenever the methods used in 2003 differs significantly from those used in 2007. Students will receive a workbook with exercises in Excel 2003 and Excel 2007.

Workshops:

Excel Macros and VBA: Level 1 – Data Input Excel Macros and VBA: Level 2 – Data Analysis Excel Macros and VBA: Level 3 - Formulas and Functions For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. e  WKSP78133 e  WKSP78134 e  WKSP78135

Information Technology

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Fall 2010

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred).

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby.

Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

e  SYST16529 e  DBAS27198 e  DBAS22117 e  SYST28515 e  SYST39409

Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE A continuation of the Computer Systems Certificate Program, the Information Technology Certificate Program features a core curriculum designed to give you a firm grounding in the four knowledge areas most in demand: • Programming • Systems Analysis and Design • Database Technology • Data Communications As you continue your studies, a list of electives allows you to tailor your training to your needs. Choose to further your expertise by taking courses in one of the four subject areas listed above, or to broaden your knowledge by taking courses from each subject area.

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COMPUTER STUDIES

For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred).


Curriculum

You must successfully complete four compulsory and five elective courses.

Operating Systems - UNIX RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT

Note: Sheridan reserves the right to re-assess previously granted credits of more than five (5) years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation.

Specialized programs are offered for students wishing to acquire knowledge in a specific field. All courses are directly applicable for credit towards the Computer Systems or the Information Technology Sheridan Certificate programs.

Compulsory Courses (4) Mathematics for Computing e  MATH10001 Object Oriented Programming 2 – Java e  PROG24178 Database Design and Implementation e  DBAS27198 Systems Analysis and Design e  SYST28515

Prerequisite requirements must be met for each specialized certificate. Please refer to the course descriptions to identify the mandatory prerequisites. To qualify for a Specialized Computer Credential, students must successfully complete the courses within four years. Upon completion, contact the Office of the Registrar to apply for your credential.

Electives – Select 5 of: Note: PROG38081 and PROG34998 are each considered to be two electives, due to the total hours of the course: .

e  SYST19866

e  PROG11044 e  DBAS22117 e  PROG38081 e  PROG34998 e  SYST39409 e  SYST28043

Advanced Internet Applications - Web Services Database Programming and Implementation Java and XML Programming .NET and C# Programming Object Oriented Methodologies Web Technologies

Admission Requirements

Students must have already successfully completed the requirements for the Computer Systems - Sheridan Certificate Program. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred). Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

e  SYST13416 e  SYST28043 e  SYST28296

Operating System Technologies (A+ Certification Prep) Linux/UNIX-Operating Systems Web Technologies Systems Administration (Linux/UNIX)

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred). Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby.

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Professional Certification Preparation Courses For information visit the website:

Oracle DBA Certification / Enterprise Database Management

at www.sheridaninstitute.ca > Programs & Courses > Professional Training Programs> Oracle or contact the School of Applied Computing and Engineering Sciences at 905-845-9430 ext. 2339

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Fall 2010


Security RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT

Prerequisite requirements must be met for each specialized certificate. Please refer to the course descriptions to identify the mandatory prerequisites. To qualify for a Specialized Computer Credential, students must successfully complete the courses within four years. Upon completion, contact the Office of the Registrar to apply for your credential. e  TELE33324 e  INFO24178 e  INFO33551

Data Network Implementation Computer and Network Security Information Systems Security

e  DBAS70001 e  APPL70010

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Phil Stubbs at 905-845-9430, ext. 2203 (Halton) or 905-459-7533, ext. 2203 (Peel) or email: philip.stubbs@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred).

Meet Coordinator Philip Stubbs to ask questions and receive advice. This is a free event. Presentation will start promptly at the time indicated below. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Wednesday, December 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. Meeting room will be posted at the Main Building lobby. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Systems, Software, Programming and Other Related Computer The following courses may not be part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Fall 2010

Access 2007, Introduction Access 2007, Advanced Active Server Pages – Distance Learning Adobe Acrobat Pro Fundamentals Adobe Acrobat Pro Advanced Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals

e  APPL70055 e  APPL70056 e  APPL70012 e  APPL70013 e  APPL70029 e  APPL70048 e  APPL70050 e  INFO39784 e  PROG70004

Computer Systems Certificate, Information Technology Certificate, Specialized Computer Programs Information Night

e  APPL70053 e  APPL70054 e  DSGN70000 e  APPL78024 e  APPL78025 e  APPL78012

e  PROG70002 e  INFO70007 e  APPL70033

e  PROG70005 e  PROG70006 e  APPL70015 e  APPL70016 e  APPL70017 e  APPL70018 e  APPL70061 e  APPL70019 e  APPL70034 e  APPL70020 e  APPL70021 e  INFO70001 e  APPL70023 e  APPL70038 e  APPL70057 e  INFO70005 e  PROG70018 e  APPL70026 e  APPL70039 e  APPL70032 e  APPL70051 e  APPL70052 e  PROG70019

Adobe Illustrator Intermediate Adobe Illustrator Advanced Adobe InDesign Fundamentals Adobe InDesign Intermediate Adobe InDesign Advanced Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals Adobe Photoshop Intermediate Adobe Photoshop Advanced Adobe Premier Fundamentals Adobe Premier Intermediate Photoshop for Digital Photography C# Programming, Introduction to – Distance Learning Client Side JavaScript, Intermediate Computers 1, Introduction to – Distance Learning Creating Web Pages with HTML – Distance Learning Database Fundamentals – Distance Learning Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring) – Distance Learning Excel 2007, Introduction Excel 2007, Advanced Flash XML – Distance Learning Flash, Introduction to – Distance Learning FrontPage – Distance Learning Geographic Information Systems, Introduction to Distance Learning GIS ArcView - Distance Learning IT Process Management HTML, JavaScript, CGI Fundamentals – Distance Learning Java Introduction – Distance Learning Java Intermediate – Distance Learning MS Access, Core – Distance Learning MS Access, Expert – Distance Learning MS Excel, Core – Distance Learning MS Excel, Expert – Distance Learning MS Office 2007 Version 12 - Distance Learning MS Office Professional: XP MS Outlook – Distance Learning MS PowerPoint – Distance Learning MS Word, Core – Distance Learning Network + - Distance Learning Photoshop Level 1 – Distance Learning Photoshop Level 2 – Distance Learning PowerPoint 2007 Presentations and Desktop Publishing – Distance Learning Programming in C – Distance Learning Simply Accounting - Distance Learning Software Application Integration – Distance Learning Windows XP – Distance Learning Word 2007, Introduction Word 2007, Advanced XML Introduction – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

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COMPUTER STUDIES

Specialized programs are offered for students wishing to acquire knowledge in a specific field. All courses are directly applicable for credit towards the Computer Systems or the Information Technology Sheridan Certificate programs.

e  APPL78021 e  APPL78020 e  APPL78013 e  APPL78026 e  APPL78022 e  APPL78014 e  APPL78018 e  APPL78019 e  APPL78027 e  APPL78028 e  APPL78017 e  PROG70017


EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES From working as a teacher and assisting in the emotional and educational development of children, to teaching yoga, our Education and Liberal Studies offerings help to make a difference in people’s lives. Acquire new skills, upgrade existing one, or take something just for fun!

ACE - Academic Upgrading

Courses > Full-Time Programs > A-Z Index > Academic Upgrading

Would you like to improve your skills in order to enter a Sheridan program, or to improve your job prospects?

For information on the Online courses email ce.online@sheridaninstitute.ca

Are you missing some courses needed to enter a Sheridan Program?

For more information about the admission process, contact our postsecondary contact centre:

Are you looking to obtain a Grade 12 equivalency certificate? ACE - ACADEMIC UPGRADING is: • Personalized to meet your needs • Self-paced • Flexible - offered day or evening • Program available online as Distance Education Participants will improve their academic abilities in: • Reading and writing in English (Gr. 12 equivalent) • Mathematics (Gr. 12 equivalent) • Chemistry (Gr. 12 equivalent) • Biology (Gr. 11 equivalent) • Computer applications, email, Internet skills • Interpersonal relations and self-development • Employability skills Other Options offered are: • An ACE certificate (OSSD equivalency) will be awarded to those students who have completed four senior-level courses in Communications, core Math plus two other senior-level subjects. • GED preparation TUITION • There are no tuition charges for any courses (including those taken online) INFORMATION SESSIONS: • Held at STC and Davis Campus every Tuesday • Call for more information: 905-845-9430, ext. 8009 (Skills Training Centre) 905-459-7533, ext. 5727 (Davis) For more information about this program please contact: STC Campus: Nancy Harmer, Academic Advisor, email nancy.harmer@sheridanc.on.ca phone: 905-845-9430, ext. 8009. Davis Campus: Cynthia Marlatt, Academic Advisor, email cynthia.marlatt@sheridanc.on.ca, phone 905-459-7533, ext. 5727. Visit the website at http://www.sheridaninstitute.ca > Programs &

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infosheridan@sheridaninstitute.ca 905-845-9430 (Oakville) 905-459-7533 (Brampton) 905-681-4611 (Hamilton)

Adult Education SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE This Adult Education Certificate Program is designed to respond to the changing nature of facilitating adult learning. The program is geared to people currently facilitating learning in a postsecondary, corporate or community training environment. The program focuses on the theory and practice of adult education by developing the knowledge and skill set conducive to the effective facilitation of adult learning. Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to design, implement, and evaluate educational courses and/or training programs for adult learners. Whether you are involved in teaching at the postsecondary level or in a training role in the public or private sector, you will benefit from the broad and intensive educational experience provided in this program. The framework from which the Adult Education Certificate Program functions is that of adult learning principles “in action.” The specific goals of the Adult Education Program include: • enhancing the quality of the teaching and learning process • developing the requisite knowledge, skills and professional values needed to benefit your practice as an adult educator • providing viable learning pathways to future learning in adult education • encouraging the development of a “critically reflective” stance, as both teacher and learner, by examining discrepancies between beliefs and practice • creating a positive learning environment congruent with the principles of adult learning In Collaboration with Brock University: Students who successfully complete Sheridan’s Adult Education Certificate program and who apply to an undergraduate degree program at Brock University will be granted 2 general university credits towards their undergraduate degree studies at Brock.

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Fall 2010


Adult Education - Other Related

Curriculum

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

The Adult Education program was revised in 2007. Under the new revised curriculum, students are required to successfully complete 6 mandatory courses. Students who began their studies under the previous program, and who require program advisement should contact the Program Coordinator. Note: Course prerequisites apply as indicated unless approval has been given by the Program Coordinator in advance of registration. Compulsory courses (6) Creating a Positive Learning Environment: e  EDUC77001 Introduction to Adult Learning Curriculum Planning and Design e  EDUC77002 Instructional Strategies e  EDUC77003 Overview of Assessment and Evaluation e  EDUC77004 Portfolio Review and Practicum e  EDUC77005 Trends and Issues in Adult Learning e  EDUC77011

Courses

e  EDUC70026 e  EDUC77014

Adult Learning - Distance Learning Online Delivery, Introduction to - Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

ECE - Supervision and Administration ONTARIO COLLEGE GRADUATE CERTIFICATE The Early Childhood Education – Supervision and Administration Program is designed for professionals with an Early Childhood Education Diploma or recognized equivalent who are now, or would like to be, administrators of child-care services. The program may also be of interest to child-care administrators who are:

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For information on the Adult Education Certificate Program only, please contact Program Coordinator Cheryl Batten at 905-845-9430, ext. 33225, Fax 905-815-4088 or email cheryl.batten@sheridaninstitute.ca (preferred)

• currently learning “on-the-job” • early childhood educators seeking career advancement • employers encouraging staff development and training Graduates of the program will have acquired new skills in professional communication, curriculum design and implementation, management and leadership, staff development and motivation, and advocacy in the early childhood education profession. To be eligible to begin the six-week field placement component of this program, you must first complete an Immunization Record Form. Return the completed form directly to the Health Centre at the Trafalgar Road Campus. You may not attend placement until this documentation is received.

Curriculum

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

You must successfully complete the following nine courses: e  COMM70006 e  EDUC70013 e  MGMT70001

Information Sessions - Adult Education Coordinator: Cheryl Batten If you are interested in learning about the Adult Education Certificate Program offered through Sheridan, join us for an information session as follows: Please PRE-REGISTER at least two days prior to the information session date by emailing cheryl.batten@sheridanc.on.ca.

e  EDUC70014 e  MGMT70002 e  FINA70002 e  MKTG70003 e  EDUC70015 e  FLPL70002 e  EDUC70025

Tuesday, August 10, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Trafalgar Road (Oakville)

Communication Strategies for Early Childhood Educators Computer Applications in ECE Administration Management and Leadership Skills for EC Educators* ECE Curriculum Design and Implementation Staff Supervision and Development in ECE Settings Financial Planning, Management, and Resources in ECE Settings Service Marketing in ECE Advocacy and Professionalism in ECE ECE Administration Field Placement or Mentoring Pairs for Child Care

* Offered online

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

Fall 2010

The following courses are not part of the Adult Education Certificate but are considered valuable additional learning experience.

All in-class curriculum must be completed before the field placement. Contact the Program Coordinator for Information.

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EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES

In Collaboration with CSTD: CSTD (Canadian Society for Training & Development) recognizes that Sheridan College’s Adult Education Certificate Program addresses the competency categories of instruction/facilitation, needs/performance analysis, instructional design and evaluation of training as outlined in CSTD’s Training Competency Architecture (TCA). The TCA is the common body of knowledge for the training & development profession. Students enrolled in this program are eligible for student membership with CSTD, recognized program category, and graduates are given a credit of one year towards the work experience requirement of the Certified Training Practitioner (CTP) and Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP) designations. To register for membership or certification go to http://www.cstd.ca/ student membership category.


Admission Requirements

Curriculum

This program is intended for child-care professionals who have achieved a diploma in Early Childhood Education (or recognized equivalent). Applicants should have at least one year of post-diploma experience with children in group-care settings. Proof of academic credentials and a résumé will be required for admission.

You must successfully complete the following 25 courses. The courses are listed in a recommended completion sequence, however, you may take the courses in any sequence as long as you meet the prerequisite requirements. Note: COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills must be completed before registering for other ECE courses.

Note: Before registering, it is essential that new applicants contact Program Coordinator Wendy Wells for details regarding admission and course of study. Please leave a voicemail message at 905-459-7533, ext. 33994 or email wendy.wells1@sheridanc.on.ca

SECTION A (It is advisable to complete this section first.)

Note: Reference checks may be required for this program For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact the Program Coordinator Wendy Wells at 905-459-7533, ext. 33994 or email: wendy.wells1@sheridanc.on.ca (email correspondence preferred)

Early Childhood Education ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA There is a special pleasure to be had in helping young children grow and develop to their maximum potential. Sheridan’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) Diploma Program prepares students to work with children up to six years of age. Through unique partnerships with leading organizations in the early childhood education field, students at Sheridan have unequalled learning opportunities that will form the basis of rewarding and meaningful careers. Develop knowledge and skills in the following important areas: • Child development and best practices in early childhood • The early childhood educator’s role and responsibilities • The importance of play in children’s learning • Curriculum design and implementation • Human relations and human diversity • Program models in early childhood • The promotion of pro-social behaviour Early Childhood Education graduates work in: municipal, private and non-profit childcare centres; nursery schools; junior kindergarten programs (as assistants); programs in recreation departments and public libraries; and before- and after-school programs. Graduates, upon gaining job experience and proving their abilities, may move to administrative positions or may also begin their own program or child-care centre. As well as in-class academic and hands-on practical learning, gain extensive experience from placements in child-care centres, located either on campus or in the community. COLLEGE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS As of February 14, 2009 membership in the College of Early Childhood Educators is required by the Early Childhood Educators Act, 2007 in order to use the title “Early Childhood Educator” or “Registered Early Childhood Educator (RECE).” Membership is also required for anyone who works within the scope of practice of early childhood education unless specifically exempted. To learn more about the College visit their website at www.collegof_ece.on.ca

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e  COMM19999 e  COMM16117 e  SOCI12029G e  EDUC16800 e  EDUC11582 e  EDUC15323 e  EDUC12375 e  EDUC14648 e  EDUC10065 e  EDUC13764 e  SOCS10023 e  FLPL12205 e  FLPL14933 e  CULT19815G PLUS

Essential Communication Skills* Professional Relationship Skills Understanding Families Learning Environment 1 Play Experiences 1 Child Development in the Preschool Years Observations in ECE Learning Environment 2 Play Experiences 2 Nutrition, Health and Safety Child Abuse Field Orientation** Field Seminar/Practice (ECE) (120 practice hours plus 15 seminar hours)* Living and Working in a Diverse Society One additional Approved General Education Elective (see index)

SECTION B (It is advisable that you complete Section A before commencing Section B.) e  EDUC23329 e  EDUC23109 e  EDUC25436 e  EDUC25283 e  FLPL22487 e  EDUC22629 e  EDUC25372 e  EDUC20705 e  FLPL24804 PLUS

Infant and Toddler Development and Programming Children with Special Needs (ECE) High/Scope and Curriculum Models in Early Learning Promoting Pro-Social Behaviour Field Practice/Seminar 2 (ECE) (196 practice hours plus 15 seminar hours) Professional Practices Individual Programming School Age Child Care Field Seminar/Practice 3 (ECE) (126 practice hours plus 15 seminar hours) One additional Approved General Education Elective (see index)

Note: HUMN16693G Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience is not eligilible as a General Education Elective for the Early Childhood Education - Ontario College Diploma Program. *Prerequisite required - see course description. **This field orientation course must be successfully completed the semester before registering for FLPL14933 Field Practicum and Seminar. If you have a successful Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) for FLPL14933 you must take FLPL12205 before registering for FLPL22487

Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma including Grade 12 English or equivalent or mature student status.

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For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Cathy Coulthard at cathy.coulthard@sheridaninstitute.ca or 905-845-9430, ext. 2674 Scheduled In-class Dates for Early Childhood Education Field Seminar/Practice Classes, FLPL14933, FLPL22487 and FLPL24804: Fall 2010 Wednesdays Sept. 15, 22 October 13 November 10 December 15

Winter 2011 Saturdays January 15, 22 February 19 March 26 April 16

Spring 2011 Mondays May 2 May 9, 30 June 20 July 18

Summer 2011 Wednesdays July 27 August 3, 17, 31 September 7

Dates for FLPL12205 Field Orientation: Fall 2010 Wednesdays September 8 and October 20 OR October 27 and December 8

Winter 2011 Saturdays January 29 and February 26 OR March 5 and April 9

Spring 2011 Mondays May 16 and June 13 OR June 27 and July 25

Summer 2011 Wednesdays July 20 and August 24

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Recreation and Leisure section!

A minimum of 16 hours per week of field hours has to be completed in one of the following formats: - two full days (or four half days) per week - block format( i.e., every day) Field placement will be completed in centres other than your place of employment/agency. Placements will be selected on the first evening of the seminar class. Missing this class will result in your immediate removal from this session. College faculty will contact each placement to make necessary arrangements. The first possible date to commence placement will be one full week after the first seminar class. Note: Students on academic probation are not eligible to enroll in Continuing Education field courses and should refer to the policies outlined in the ECE Student Success Handbook. As a requirement for successful completion of FLPL12205 Field Orientation, students will need to complete a Health Immunization Record Form (provided to the students in the Field Orientation class) and have a current Criminal Record Check. Successful completion of FLPL12205 Field Orientation is MANDATORY before starting Field Practicum courses. To ensure that all field requirements are current, students should enroll in FLPL12205 Field Orientation in the semester prior to enrolling in field placement. Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

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Order online at http://printrequest.sheridaninstitute.ca

Phone

905-845-9430 (Press #3) or 905-459-7533 (Press #3)

Email

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Education - Other Related The following course is not part of a certificate or diploma but is considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Courses

e  EDUC70027

Working With Parents - Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Fall 2010

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EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION FIELD SEMINAR/PRACTICE PLACEMENTS Before enrolling in FLPL14933 Field Seminar/Practice, students must successfully complete FLPL12205 Field Orientation. If you have a successful P.L.A.R. for FLPL14933 then you must successfully complete FLPL12205 Field Orientation before registering for FLPL22487. Three field placements are required in the Early Childhood Education program. A maximum of eight hours per day or a minimum of three hours per day, in programming, can be counted towards the completion of the field course. Placement hours should be completed within the time frame of the seminar classes. Only one field seminar/practice placement course can be taken per semester. Note: FLPL14933 Field Seminar/Practice (ECE) is the only field course eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition. Contact the coordinator for information.


Educational Assistant ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA Sheridan’s Educational Assistant - Diploma Program prepares you to work in a school setting, where - as a member of the educational team - you will support students with special needs. Educational Assistants usually work with students who have cognitive, learning, sensory or physical, or behavioural disabilities. Through the Sheridan Educational Assistant program you will: • Support students with special needs using modified curricula and materials created to accommodate their diverse strengths and developmental needs. • Use assistive technology and other educational resources to implement individualized educational goals. • Respond to and assist with personal care needs of students in educational settings from kindergarten to high school. • Work as a member of the educational team with specialists and family members. • Report information related to the learning environment. • Maintain a safe and professional environment which promotes the well being of the student with special needs. • Support inclusion of the student to aid his or her social development and sense of belonging. Professors with specialized graduate degrees and who are highly experienced in the field of special education teach your courses. Your classroom activities will include:

Admission Requirements

Applicants must be admitted to the program before registering in any of the specific Education Assistant program courses. Students who do not meet the Education Assistant program admission requirements will be withdrawn from all courses. • Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent including one English, Grade 12 (ENG4C or ENG4U) • Or mature student status (19 years of age or over) Note: The Educational Assistant student must have the energy and stamina to respond to the physical demands associated with the role of the assistant. Applicants eligible for the Fast-Track, Intensive delivery of the Diploma program will be notified in writing. To be considered for the Fast Track Intensive delivery you need to submit: • Post-secondary College Diploma or • University Degree or • Proof of Demonstrated Competence (i.e. current employment as an Educational Assistant at a local Board of Education Applicants with International Academic Credentials must have their credentials assessed for Ontario equivalency and complete a test of English Language Proficiency administered by the College. Contact the Coordinator for details or visit the program website listed below.

• Group seminars and cooperative learning. • Reflective practice linked to field placement experiences. Potential students must first apply for admission. Continuing Education students typically take 3-5 years of part-time study to complete program requirements. Applicants, depending upon their previous education and experience, will be notified if they have been approved for admission into the standard curriculum stream (PCEAD) or the fast track intensive curriculum stream (PEDAI).

PROCESS: Please note that there are three steps to the process: application, admission, registration. Applications are accepted at any time.

Curriculum

* The application package (there is no actual application form) should include the following 4 documents:

Note: This curriculum is not applicable to the Fast-Track, Intensive Diploma. Reduced curriculum details will be provided to students admitted to the Fast-Track Diploma e  COMM19999 e  EDUC15436 e  EDUC14998 e  EDUC15586 e  HUMN16693G e  EDUC20123 e  EDUC10146 e  EDUC27370 e  EDUC10261 e  EDUC16859 e  EDUC28263 e  EDUC18081 e  PSYC16048 e  PSYC15065G e  EDUC19599 e  EDUC26048 e  COMM24049 e  FLPL14310 e  FLPL20199 e  FLPL20261 e  FLPL26367

Essential Communication Skills Intellectual, Sensory, and Learning Disabilities Technology in Education Physical Exceptionalities and Personal Care Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience Foundations of Education Inclusion Strategies - Education in Ontario Assessment in Education Positive Behaviour Strategies Autism Spectrum Disorders Assistive Technology Teaching and Learning Strategies Strategies for Challenging Behaviour Psychology Core Concepts Disability Issues Communication Disorders Working with Teams Orientation to Field Field Seminar 1 and Placement 1 Field Seminar 2 and Placement 2 Field Seminar 3 and Placement 3

Mail your application documents* to Diane Galambos (application documents must be sent in hard copy - email attachments are not accepted); you will be notified of your acceptance and can then register in courses as you wish until you complete all program requirements.

• a cover letter of introduction • a resume • proof of education (if international, these must be translated and assessed for Ontario equivalency) • proof of related experience/employment on agency/school board letterhead For further details regarding the application/admission process refer to the Post Secondary progam at http://www-acad.sheridanc.on.ca/scls/ea/main.html For field placement information or to begin a field placement, contact the Field Coordinator at 905-845-9430 ext. 33044. Note: Criminal Reference Checks (Vulnerable Sector Screening) are required within 90 days of beginning the practicum component of this program. Details are outlined in the Orientation to Field which is a prerequisite for Placement. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

PLUS: Two Approved General Education Electives (see index)

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For course and program guidance, contact the Program Coordinator, Diane Galambos at 905-845-9430, ext. 2386 or email: diane.galambos@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred)

The purpose of General Education in the Ontario College system is to contribute to the development of citizens who are conscious of the diversity, complexity, and richness of the human experience; who are able to establish meaning through this consciousness; and who, as a result, are able to contribute thoughtfully, creatively, and positively to the society in which they live and work. General Education strengthens student’s essential employability skills, such as critical analysis, problem solving, and communication, in the context of an exploration of topics with broad-based personal and/or societal importance.

Approved General Education Electives List Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than 5 years old to ensure their relevancy. Courses listed as program compulsory courses cannot be used as General Education Electives in those programs. Classroom Courses: Agony and Ecstasy: Addictions e  SCIE10386G e  MEDA14099G Art of the Cinema Decorative Arts and Architecture e  HIST26252 e  HUMN13867G Film Analysis Global Warming e  SCIE70007G History of Western Art e  HIST11456G e  HUMN16693G Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience* Living and Working in a Diverse Society e  CULT19815G e  ECON22358G Macroeconomics e  ECON15269G Microeconomics Philosophy of Love and Sex e  PHIL17545G Philosophy and Ethics e  PHIL15650G Profiles in Crime e  SOCI10264G Psychology: Core Concepts e  PSYC15065G Stigma: Understanding Prejudice e  PSYC15892G Criminalistics and Forensic Science: The Dead Tell e  SCIE10003G Tales Understanding Families e  SOCI12029G Wellness and Healthy Living e  HEAL13271G *Not eligible as a General Education Elective for the Early Childhood Education - Ontario College Diploma Program. Distance Education: e  HUMN18888G Aging Matters in a Changing Society Body and Nutrition e  NUTR76001 Canada - 70 Years Through Good and Bad Times e  SOCS70001 Canadian Politics e  SOCS70002 Children’s Literature Introduction to e  LITT70009 Critical Thinking e  SOCS70003 Cybernation: Understanding Technology e  SOCI13454G Environmental Citizenship - Distance Learning e  PHIL70000 Exploring Children’s Fantasy Literature e  LITT70013 From Harry Potter to Aslan: Exploring the World of e  LITT70013 Fantasy in Children’s Literature The Game of Soccer and Its Impact on Society e  SOCI70010 Hockey Hall of Fame Presents e  SOCI70011 Human Sexuality e  SOCI70006 Law in Society Introduction to e  LAWS70000

Fall 2010

Myths and Legends Paths of Faith Psychology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Technology: Apocalypse or Eden Understanding Literature What in the World is Going On?

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course information and guidance, please contact Program Coordinator JoAnn Brodey at 905-459-7533, ext. 2334 (Peel) or 905-845-9430, ext. 2334 (Halton). For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

General Studies SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Sheridan Certificate, General Studies Program affords students the opportunity to build upon personal resources and the educational resources of Sheridan, in striving for rewarding personal and career goals. This certificate program provides: • a unique program of study suited to individual needs and interests • the opportunity to study from a variety of academic programs • the ability to move to a specific area of study should your interests encompass other program certificate requirements. Note: If you are working towards completing a certificate and the course you are interested in taking is not listed in the program curriculum, you will need to get prior approval from the coordinator for substitution. Please email coordinator bill.adcock@sheridaninstitute.ca for approval.

Curriculum To qualify for the General Studies Sheridan Certificate, you must successfully complete 10 academic courses. Each course must be 42 or more hours in length. Remember to check the course descriptions for prerequisite requirements. The General Studies courses listed below are not the same as General Education Elective courses. If you need a General Education Elective course; please select from the Approved General Education Elective List. General Studies Courses – Not a comprehensive list: Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology e  SCIE22273 Human Biology e  BIOL14108 Introductory Chemistry 1 e  CHEM17370 Introductory Chemistry II e  CHEM29402 Math, Introduction to College e  MATH18872 Mathematics for the Health Sciences e  MATH29798 The Distance Education courses listed below must be preapproved for the General Studies Certificate and cannot be used as General Education electives; please submit the course outline(s) to Program Coordinator for approval.

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EDUCATION AND LIBERAL STUDIES

General Education Electives

e  LITT70011 e  RELG12403G e  PSYC70005 e  SOCI70003 e  SCIE16048G e  LITT70010 e  COMM70026


e  PSYC70001 e  LITT70014 e  NUTR76001 e  SOCS70001 e  SOCS70002 e  LITT70013 e  LITT70009 e  SOCI70008 e  SOCS70003 e  PSYC70003 e  PHIL70001 e  BUSM70021 e  LEIS70003 e  SOCI70006 e  LAWS70000 e  LITT70010 e  LIFE70002 e  LITT70011 e  PSYC70005 e  SOCI70009 e  SOCI70003

Abnormal Psychology Beginning Novel Writing – Distance Learning Body and Nutrition – Distance Learning Canada – 70 Years Through Good Times and Bad – Distance Learning Canadian Politics – Distance Learning Children’s Fantasy Literature, Exploring – Distance Learning Children’s Literature, Introduction to – Distance Learning Contemporary Canadian Social Problems Critical Thinking – Distance Learning Developmental Psychology Environmental Ethics - Distance Learning Environmental Policy and Economics - Distance Learning Genealogy – Distance Learning Human Sexuality – Distance Learning Law in Society, Introduction to – Distance Learning Literature, Understanding – Distance Learning Market Yourself - Distance Learning Myths and Legends – Distance Learning Psychology, Introduction – Distance Learning Sexual Violence – Distance Learning Sociology, Introduction – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Bill Adcock at 905-459-7533, ext. 5359 (Peel) or 905-845-9430, ext. 5359 (Halton) For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

High/Scope Training for Preschoolers To receive an endorsed certificate as a High/Scope Preschool Teacher from the High/ Scope Educational Research Foundation, participants must successfully complete ten 2-day modules for a total of 120 hours. The modules are delivered in the Sheridan High/ Scope Teacher Education Centre at the Davis Campus (9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.). Modules (Compulsory 9): The History of High/ e  EDUC70001 Scope and Active Participatory Learning The Daily Routine e  EDUC70003 The Learning e  EDUC70007 Environment Planning by Key e  EDUC70008 Developmental Indicators Adult Child Interactions e  EDUC70002 Child Observation e  EDUC78005 Record (COR) Supporting Families e  EDUC78014 and Team Practices The Problem Solving e  EDUC70023 Approach The Program Quality e  EDUC70010 Assessment Tool (PQA)

TBD TBD Sep 11 and 25, 2010 Oct 2, and 23, 2010 Nov 6 and 20, 2010 Dec 4 and 18, 2010 Jan 15 and 29, 2011 Feb 12 and 26, 2011 Mar 12 and 26, 2011

Modules (Electives 1): Language and Literacy Apr 9 and 16, 2011 e  EDUC70005 High/Scope and Special TBD e  EDUC70004 Needs An Overview of the TBD e  EDUC78001 High/Scope Approach to Infants For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information contact Velma Doran, Trainer, Sheridan High/Scope Teacher Education Centre at 905-459-7533, ext.5390 or velma.doran@sheridanc.on.ca

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Register Early! Some courses are cancelled because we didn’t know you wanted them. Register at least six (6) working days before the start of your course to avoid disappointment.

Fall 2010


ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES Whether it’s looking at ways to make your home more energy efficient, enhancing the landscape or gaining skills for a career in water distribution and wastewater collection, our Environmental Studies offerings examine enviromental issues in informative and timely ways.

Environmental - Other Related The following courses are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities.

Courses

e MGMT70019 e e e e

MGMT70020 PHIL70000 PHIL70001 BUSM70021

e WKSP78137

Environmental Management, Introduction Distance Learning Environment Services - Distance Learning Environmental Citizenship - Distance Learning Environmental Ethics - Distance Learning Environmental Policy and Economics - Distance Learning RETScreenÂŽ Workshop - Introductory

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Electives: Select 1 of: Landscape Design with Dynascape e APPL77900 Landscape Design with Dynascape 2 e XXXX00000 Landscape Construction 2 e ENGI77903 Turf Management e SCIE70005 Perennial Plant Studies e SCIE77902 Horticulture - Other Related Practical Pruning e WKSP78107 For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, leave a message for Program Coordinator Cathy Graham at 905-845-9430, ext. 33196 or email: cathy.graham@sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Horticultural Studies

wastewater Collection

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

This Horticultural Studies Program is designed to introduce you to horticultural practices commonly used in the design and maintenance of a residential landscape and to provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to seek employment in the field.

The Wastewater Collection - Sheridan Certificate is designed for Wastewater Operators who are seeking to upgrade their skills, or for individuals interested in pursuing a career in this field. Acquire the knowledge and skills needed for installation, inspection, maintenance and repair of wastewater collection systems.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following: Note: The Recreational Gardener Distance Learning courses are not applicable to this certificate. Compulsory Courses (8): Botany for Gardeners e SCIE77901 Landscape Construction 1 e ENGI77901 Landscape Design 1 e DESN77901 Landscape Management e ENGI77902 Plant Materials 1 e SCIE77903 Plant Materials 2 e SCIE77904 Plant Health Care e SCIE77905 Soils and Fertilizers e SCIE77906

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Upon completion of this certificate students may apply to have their credits approved toward the completion of the Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Ontario College Certificate. SheridanCorporate, a division of Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning dedicated to innovative learning and development solution for the local, national, and international business community is the training provider for this program.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following 8 courses: (Note: Prerequisites must be met) e MATH70010 e SCIE70009

Mathematics for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Science for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection, Basic

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e  ENGI70014 e  ENGI70007 e  ENGI70012 e  MGMT70017 e  ENGI70009 e  ENGI70011

Wastewater Collection Systems Cleaning and Maintenance of Wastewater Collection Systems Repair and Rehabilitation Wastewater Collection System Administration and Technical Reporting for Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Systems Inspection and Testing of Wastewater Collection Systems Operator Safety

For course availability, registration information and program guidance, contact Criste Kurlawalla, Learning Advisor, SheridanCorporate at 905-815-4135 or sheridancorporate@sheridaninstitute.ca

Water Distribution and Supply SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Water Distribution and Supply - Sheridan Certificate is designed for Water Distribution and Supply Operators who are seeking to upgrade their skills, or for individuals interested in pursuing a career in this field. Learn to follow appropriate procedures for the installation, inspection, maintenance and repair of water supply and distribution systems. Upon completion of this certificate students may apply to have their credits approved toward the completion of the Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Ontario College Certificate. SheridanCorporate, a division of Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning dedicated to innovative learning and development solution for the local, national, and international business community is the training provider for this program.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following 7 courses: (Note prerequisites must be met) e  MATH70010 e  SCIE70009 e  ENGI70016 e  ENGI70015 e  ENGI70010 e  MGMT70017 e  ENGI70011

Mathematics for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Science for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection, Basic Water Supply, Water Storage and Distribution Systems Water Quality in Distribution Systems Operation and Maintenance for Water Distribution System Administration and Technical Reporting for Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Operator Safety

For course availability, registration information and program guidance contact: Criste Kurlawalla, Learning Advisor, SheridanCorporate at 905-815-4135 or sheridancorporate@sheridaninstitute.ca

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Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE The Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection – Ontario College Certificate is designed for individuals who are currently employed in the area of water distribution or wastewater collection who are seeking to upgrade their skills or for individuals interested to pursuing a career in this field. Employment opportunities exist with municipalities, private water operators, consultants and construction companies. In consultation with municipal and industry representatives, Sheridan has developed the Wastewater Collection Certificate, the Water Distribution and Supply Certificate and the Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Ontario College Certificate, reflecting current industry standards. Courses are Ministry Environment (MOE) Director Approved. Those who have completed one of the Sheridan Certificates may apply to have their credits approved toward the completion of the Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Ontario College Certificate. SheridanCorporate, a division of Sheridan Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning dedicated to innovative learning and development solution for the local, national, and international business community is the training provider for this program.

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following 14 courses: (Note: Prerequisites must be met) e  COMM19999 e  MATH70010 e  SCIE70009 e  ENGI70016 e  ENGI70015 e  ENGI70009 e  ENGI70014 e  ENGI70011 e  MGMT70017 e  ENGI70012 e  ENGI70007 e  ENGI70010 e  ENGI70017 PLUS

Essential Communication Skills Mathematics for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Science for Water Supply, Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection, Basic Water Supply, Water Storage and Distribution Systems Water Quality in Distribution Systems Inspection & Testing of Wastewater Collection Systems Wastewater Collection Systems Operator Safety Administration and Technical Reporting for Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Repair and Rehabilitation of Wastewater Collection Systems Cleaning and Maintenance of Wastewater Collection Systems Operation and Maintenance for Water Distribution System Water and Wastewater Treatment for Operators One General Education Elective

Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) including grade 12 English (ENG4C or 4U) or Mature Student status. For course availability, registration information and program guidance contact: Criste Kurlawalla, Learning Advisor, SheridanCorporate at 905-815-4135 or sheridancorporate@sheridaninstitute.ca

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Fall 2010


HEALTH AND wELLNESS HEALTH AND wELLNESS

Sheridan’s offerings are ideal for new or experienced caregivers and service providers in the health care profession who wish to increase their knowledge, skills and employment opportunities. Registered nurses can benefit from a broad spectrum of health-related offerings in areas such as obstetrics, oncology, occupational health and pediatrics. We also offer courses designed to encourage lifestyle changes and promote greater responsibility for personal well being and self-care.

CPR and First Aid For course availability and registration refer to the website: http://www.sosfirstaid.ca/ (Reduced rate available for Sheridan students) For more information contact S.O.S. First Aid and Safety Training at 905-844-9813 or email info@sosfirstaid.ca OR

e e e e e e e

ESTH14178 ESTH16529 ESTH20036 ESTH20016 ESTH13403 ESTH14310 ESTH13663

Principles of Skin Care Fundamentals of Facials * Comprehensive Skin Care Concepts Deep Cleansing Facial Hand and Nail Care * Pedicure Hair Removal Techniques

* Kit Required: If the course description indicates that a kit is required, please purchase it at the Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore prior to your class. A kit receipt will be issued upon payment and must be presented on the first day of class in order to receive your kit. Approximate kit cost of $135 for Pedicure/Hand and Nail Care and $55 for Fundamentals of Facials.

For a listing of approved first aid trainers visit the WSIB website at http://www.wsib.on.ca/wsib/wsibsite.nsf/public/FATrainers

Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The new Esthetics Series of Certificate Programs have been developed to: meet new Ministry standards in the field of Esthetics; incorporate the latest techniques and practices in this field; and to meet the needs of our part-time adult learners. These programs have been designed for individuals seeking employment within the Esthetics industry in a variety of establishments such day spas, clinics, and salons. Today’s Skin Care Professionals apply special techniques and products aimed at preserving the suppleness, elasticity and total appearance of the skin. The program curriculum includes a balance of theory and practical experience and integrates the most up-to-date equipment and products available in the field. The Esthetics series of programs currently consists of two Sheridan Certificates: Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist and Esthetics: Advanced Skin Care Therapist. The Skin Care Therapist certificate will introduce students to the theories and techniques for basic skin care including facials, hand and foot care, and hair removal.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Corinne Iacoviello at corrine.iacoviello@sheridanc.on.ca

Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist, Advanced SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

Note: A white lab coat on top of business wear and black, rubber-soled, enclosed-toe shoes must be worn to all of your practical classes. Lab coats are not provided by the college and must be purchased separately.

The new Esthetics Series of Certificate Programs have been developed to: meet new Ministry standards in the field of Esthetics; incorporate the latest techniques and practices in this field; and to meet the needs of our part-time adult learners. These programs have been designed for individuals seeking employment within the Esthetics industry in a variety of establishments such day spas, clinics, and salons. Today’s Skin Care Professionals apply special techniques and products aimed at preserving the suppleness, elasticity and total appearance of the skin. The program curriculum includes a balance of theory and practical experience and integrates the most up-to-date equipment and products available in the field.

You may take more than one course per term, however all course prerequisites must be met.

The Esthetics series of programs currently consists of two Sheridan Certificates: Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist and Esthetics: Advanced Skin Care Therapist.

Curriculum

To qualify for the Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist certificate you must successfully complete the following 7 courses and obtain a minimum grade of C+ in the practical classes.

Courses (7) It is recommended that ESTH14178 Principles of Skin Care be taken first or concurrently with ESTH16529 Fundamentals of Facials.

Fall 2010

Building on the theories and techniques presented in the Basic Skin Care Therapist Certificate this program will introduce students to make-up applications, retail sales strategies and advanced procedures and techniques in specialized facials and body therapies. Students will also learn about the specialized requirements of the male clientele, a growing group within the industry.

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Curriculum To qualify for the Esthetics: Advanced Skin Care Therapist certificate you must successfully complete the following 6 courses and obtain a minimum grade of “C+” in the practical classes. Note: A white lab coat on top of business wear and black, rubber-soled, enclosed-toe shoes must be worn to all of your practical classes. Lab coats are not provided by the college and must be purchased separately. You may take more than one course per term, however, all course prerequisites must be met. Proposed Courses (6) - To be introduced in the 2010/2011 Academic Year. Specialized Facial Theory e  ESTH27370 Specialized Facial Treatments e  ESTH23431 Body Treatments e  ESTH70007 Fundamentals of Make-up Application * e  COSM12185 Successful Retail Strategies e  SALE10016 The Male Client e  XXXX00000 * Kit Required: If the course description indicates that a kit is required, please purchase it at the Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore prior to your class. A kit receipt will be issued upon payment and must be presented on the first day of class in order to receive your kit. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator Corinne Iacoviello at corinne.iacoviello@sheridanc.on.ca

Health - Other Related

Human Performance Training (HPT) NEW SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Human Performance Training - Sheridan Certificate will provide professionals currently working in health and human performance settings the opportunity to upgrade their skill set to work with high performance athletes. Examine the theoretical and practical skills necessary to design and implement advanced strength and conditioning programs for both individuals and teams. You will learn how to organize, and be a part of, a performance enhancement team and develop a deep appreciation for both the psychological and physical training necessary for atheletes to excel in their sport. Delivered by some of the most experienced human performance training specialists in the province, this program will utilize Sheridan’s Exercise Intervention Research Centre, a 4000sft strength and conditioning facility complete with platforms, sprint track and plyometric area.

Curriculum

e  HEAL70020 e  HEAL70021 e  HEAL70022 e  HEAL70023 e  HEAL70024 e  HEAL70025 e  HEAL70026

Principles of Exercise Science* Advanced Training Techniques Movement and Performance Screening Speed, Agility and Quickness Training Advanced Programming Principles High Performance Nutrition High Performance Psychology

* Note: Students are required to successfully complete HEAL70020 Principles of Exercise Science, prior to enrolling in any of the other courses. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533

The following courses are not part of a certificate or diploma but are considered additional valuable learning opportunities.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Courses:

For course and program guidance contact Program Coordinator Trevor Cottrell at trevor.cottrell@sheridanc.on.ca

e  HEAL78028 e  ENGI70005 e  OADM70010 e  NUTR76002

Cultural Diversity in the Workplace Fire Protection – Distance Learning Medical Terminology - Distance Learning Nutrition, Introduction – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program Coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary. Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton)

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times.

For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

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Human Performance Training - Other Related e  HEAL78029

Olympic Weightlifting for Sports Performance

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Personal Support Worker ONTARIO COLLEGE CERTIFICATE Sheridan’s Personal Support Worker Ontario College Certificate Program prepares graduates as caring providers of physical, psychological and social assistance to clients living within the current Long-Term Care Renewal System managed by the Ontario Ministry of Health. Through a curriculum of knowledge, adaptive physical techniques and field practicum experiences, caregivers are taken on a journey of professional learning. This includes hands-on, demanding physical techniques of intimate personal care to help clients, as well as understanding and empathy for the individual’s personal situations and resulting behaviours that accompany changes in independence. This is a physically demanding profession which requires students and graduates to lift and transfer their clients. Sheridan’s Program prepares graduates to provide their clients with empathetic, confidential holistic care, that promotes independence, mobility, personal appearance, comfort and safety in a growing variety of environments. Communication, observation and reporting skills are developed to ensure Sheridan graduates demonstrate professional, caring and ethical behaviour in order that they become exemplary members of a health care team. Students will participate in supervised practicums, or field placements, in both community settings and long-term care facilities. This means students will have the opportunity to practice the skills they have learned in the classroom and gain valuable on-the-job experience, as well as develop professional contacts.

Curriculum To qualify for this certificate, students must successfully complete the following 13 courses. Sections must be completed in sequence. SECTION A e  COMM19998 e  HEAL18263 e  HEAL15738 e  BIOL19207 e  HEAL13431 e  NURS14494 PLUS

Communication Strategies* Introduction to Personal Support Supporting Safe and Healthy Environments Structure and Function of the Human Body Mental Health Issues and Cognitive Impairment Nursing Practice 1** One Additional General Education Elective (see index)

SECTION B (Section A must be completed in order to begin Section B) e  HEAL13551 e  HEAL14857

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Caring for Clients with Ongoing Conditions Palliative Care for the Allied Health Worker

Supporting Families PSW Long-Term Care Practicum** PSW Community Practicum PSW Consolidation

*Must be the first course completed in the program. **Prior to commencing NURS14494 Nursing Practice 1 and the practicum, and at the individual’s expense, students must obtain a certification in CPR (Basic Rescuer) and St. John Standard First Aid for adults, children and infants, complete a criminal record check, and produce a current immunization record form.

Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent, or mature student status. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email ce-health@sheridanc.on.ca INFORMATION SESSIONS - Personal Support Worker (PSW) All new students must attend the Information Session before enrolling in the PSW Program. Students will be introduced to the Program Coordinator who will discuss the complete program and policies and answer any questions. Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Pharmacy Technician Bridge to Regulation The Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education Program has been designed to assist Pharmacy Technicians currently working in the profession to meet new regulatory requirements and expanded practice capabilities within the Health Systems Improvement Acts, 2007. The Registration Regulation requirements for Pharmacy Technicians who currently work in the profession and who wish to pursue OCP registration are to successfully complete the approved Bridging Program (including the Structured Practical Evaluation (SPE) component administered by the Ontario College of Pharmacists, the provincial jurisprudence exam delivered by OCP) and the entry to practice examination delivered by the Pharmacy Examining Board of Canada (PEBC). Pharmacy Technicians will be required to provide documented evidence of having completed in full the Bridging Program, as approved by OCP Council to meet the requirements for registration with the Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP) and to practice in the new and expanded role. Program Information: The Bridging Program includes the following four courses. In addition, the program includes a Structured Practical Evaluation which will be completed in the workplace and managed by OCP.

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The following course is not part of a credential but is considered a valuable additional learning opportunity.

e  HEAL14579 e  FLPL19402 e  FLPL10606 e  FLPL10102


• Professional Practice for Pharmacy Technician Bridging (45 hours) (Mandatory course, not eligible for PLAR) - PHAR70001 • Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technician Bridging (33 hours) PHAR70002 • Product Preparation for Pharmacy Technician Bridging (33 hours) PHAR70003 • Management of Drug Distribution Systems for Pharmacy Technician Bridging (39 hours) PHAR70004 Plus a Structured Practical Evaluation (to be determined and managed by OCP) e  PHAR70001 e  PHAR70002 e  PHAR70003 e  PHAR70004

Professional Practice for Pharmacy Technician Bridging Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technician Bridging Product Preparation for Pharmacy Technician Bridging Management of Drug Distribution Systems for Pharmacy Technician Bridging

Admission Requirements

Successful completion of the OCP Certification Examination or PEBC National Evaluating Examination is required prior to the start of the Bridging Program. Courses can be taken in any sequence, however, the Structured Practical Evaluation (managed by OCP) can not be completed prior to the Management of Drug Distribution for Pharmacy Technician Bridging. Please note: Attendance is mandatory and it is advised that students have reliable access to the Internet. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For further information on the Pharmacy Technician Bridge to Regulation program, please refer to the Ontario College of Pharmacists website at www.ocpinfo.com

Practical Nursing ONTARIO COLLEGE DIPLOMA The Practical Nursing Program is designed to provide individuals who want to enter the practice of nursing as practical nurses with the knowledge and skills needed for success in a rapidly changing healthcare system. Demand for graduates from this program is expected to be high due to the critical shortage of healthcare professionals in Ontario. Students will apply theoretical knowledge in clinical settings under the direction and guidance of faculty and pre-graduate preceptors. Clinical practice will be in regional hospitals, long-term care facilities or community settings. Following successful completion of the program, graduates will be eligible to write the Registered Practical Nursing exams.

Curriculum

To qualify for this diploma, students must successfully complete the following 26 courses with a minimum grade of “C” for theory classes (with the exception of a minimum “B” grade required for Pharmacy Mathematics) and an “S” (satisfactory) for the clinical placements. Sections must be completed in sequence and courses within sections must also be taken in the order they are listed. Note: Sheridan reserves the right to alter program requirements and offerings as required.

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Section A Essential Communication Skills* e  COMM19999 The Self and the Profession e  NURS17013 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 1 e  SCIE24681 Pharmacy Mathematics e  MATH16532 Fundamentals of Practical Nursing e  NURS19469 Nursing Practice 1** e  NURS14494 PLUS One General Education Elective (see index) Section B Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 2 e  SCIE20049 Physical Assessment e  HEAL25586 Pharmacology for Nurses 1 e  PHAR15288 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 1 e  NURS18081 Nursing Lab 2** e  NURS10146 Nursing Clinical 2** e  NURS27721 Section C Issues and Trends e  NURS24998 Pharmacology for Nurses 2 e  PHAR37900 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 2 e  NURS24049 Nursing Lab 3** e  NURS25288 Nursing Clinical 3** e  NURS24717 PLUS One General Education Elective (see index) Section D The Realities of Practice e  NURS23921 Maternal and Child Nursing e  NURS21322 Mental Health Nursing e  NURS21323 Nursing Lab 4** e  NURS20016 Nursing Clinical 4** e  NURS25142 Pregraduate Clinical*** e  NURS20065 PLUS One General Education Elective (see index) *Prerequisite required - see course description. **These courses must be completed last in the section. All prior theory courses must be completed first. ***All program courses must be successfully completed prior to beginning Pregraduate Clinical. Note: Prior to commencing the nursing practice, and at the individual’s expense, students must obtain a certification in CPR (Basic Rescuer) and in Standard First Aid for adults, children and infants, complete a criminal record check and produce a current immunization record form and complete mask fit test.

Admission Requirements

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, including these required courses at a General or Advanced Level. Note: Applicants must have a minimum grade of 60% in English, Biology and Chemistry and a minimum grade of 70% in Math. • • • • •

One English, Grade 12, (ENG4C or ENG4U) One Mathematics, Grade 12 (C or U) Biology, Grade 11, (C or U) Chemistry, Grade 12 (C or U) or Chemistry, Grade 11 (U) Mandatory Practical Nursing Information Session (see website for dates) This program may also be subject to admission testing. Interested applicants who have their OSSD, but not all of the above admission requirements, may be eligible for entry upon the successful completion of the following Sheridan courses (Note: minimum “C” grade required in all courses except Math where a minimum “B” grade is required)

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Note: Sheridan reserves the right to alter Admission Requirements as needed.

• schools for the physically, developmentally and emotionally challenged This teaching certificate is recognized by Natural Health Practitioners of Canada. Graduates also qualify for the 200 hour certification with Yoga Alliance.

English e  COMM19999

Essential Communication Skills*

Chemistry e  CHEM17370 AND e  CHEM29402 OR e  CHEM11733

Curriculum

You must successfully complete the following:

Introductory Chemistry 1

Courses Introduction to Yoga Study e  EDUC76001 Introduction to Hatha Yoga (Asana) e  EDUC76002 Yoga Study 2 e  EDUC76003 Hatha Yoga (Asana) 2 e  EDUC76004 Yoga Study 3 e  EDUC76005 Hatha Yoga (Asana) 3 e  EDUC76006 Yoga Study 4 e  EDUC76007 Hatha Yoga (Asana) 4 e  EDUC76008 Nutrition Naturally OR e  NUTR76000 Nutrition, Introduction - Distance Learning e  NUTR76002 Standard First Aid and Basic Rescuer (CPR)* e  HEAL70002 *Must be current upon completion of certificate

Introductory Chemistry 2 Introductory Chemistry

Biology e  BIOL14108 AND e  SCIE22273

Human Biology Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

Mathematics e  MATH18872 AND e  MATH29798

Introduction to College Math Math for Health Sciences

OR Equivalent Academic Upgrading courses which may be available in-class or online. For more information on Academic Upgrading call 905-845-9430, ext. 8009 (Skills Training Centre) or 905-459-7533, ext. 5727 (Davis)

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Sharon Bateman at 905-845-9430, ext. 33812 or email: sharon.bateman@sheridaninstitute.ca

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please email ce-health@sheridanc.on.ca

Note: Yoga Study and Hatha Yoga (Asana) courses must be taken in the order given as they are planned as a progression. It is mandatory that the Yoga Study and the Hatha Yoga (Asana) be taken concurrently at Levels 2, 3 and 4. Exceptions may be made only with the coordinator’s approval.

Practical Nursing Information Sessions – Mandatory

Courses are offered according to the following schedule:

Applicants must attend an Information Session prior to admission.

• • • •

Please call 905-459-7533, ext. 5187 for the details on the next scheduled session. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Teaching Hatha Yoga SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Unique in Ontario, Graduates from the Teaching Hatha Yoga Program may serve the interests of the community in planning and instructing courses in Hatha Yoga for: • • • • •

industry correctional institutions senior citizens’ programs municipal recreation, sport and fitness institutes boards of education

Fall 2010

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

These courses may also be taken for interest only.

Intro. Level Fall/Spring Level 2 Fall Level 3 Winter Level 4 Spring

Teaching Hatha Yoga - Other Related The following courses are for special interest only and are not part of any certificate or diploma. e  GENI78057 e  EDUC76010 e  EDUC76009

Hatha Yoga Asana for Beginners Yoga Teachers Practice Yoga Teachers Professional Development

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Sharon Bateman at 905-845-9430, ext. 33812 or email: sharon.bateman@sheridaninstitute.ca

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JUSTICE STUDIES Sheridan’s Justice Studies programs are designed for people interested in pursuing a career in justice and safety, or for those currently employed in the field who may wish to upgrade their skills or expand their knowledge.

Community Safety

Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario

Community Safety is a growing concern for all citizens. The courses listed have been developed for the community planner, designer, police officer, the security industry, retailers and others to reduce the incidence of crime. The Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) course is internationally recognized and adopted by many North American municipalities and planning departments. Private Security and Investigative Services Act (PSISA) Beginning April 15, 2010, the new Training and Testing Regulation will be in effect. It is a critical component to the enhancement of the PSISA as it will ensure that security guards possess the basic knowledge and skills to perform their duties. All new applicants will be required to have successfully completed basic training and passed the ministry test prior to applying for a security licence. The course Private Policing (PSRV28081) has been developed to meet the requirements of the PSISA. Students will be required to complete a Consent and Release of Liability Form Regarding Training at the start of the course. The College will submit this form to the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. On completion of the course, students will be required to arrange a testing appointment with the Ministry’s test delivery vendor, Serco-DES Inc at http://www.ontariosecuritytesting.ca/. For full details on the requirements of the PSISA go to the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services website at http://bit.ly/dBLt3K.

Courses

e JUST78000 e JUST78001 e PSRV28081

Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design: Level 1 (CPTED) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design: Level 2 (CPTED) Private Policing

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator, Geoffrey Hancock at geoffrey.hancock@sheridaninstitute.ca

LAw CLERKS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM The Law Clerks Program is offered in cooperation with the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO). A Law Clerk works under the direction and guidance of a Lawyer, performing routine legal and administrative work and assisting in more complex matters. Employment opportunities exist in law firms, departments of all levels of government, financial institutions, and legal departments of large commercial and industrial firms. The program takes two years to complete. Courses are designed to enhance the skills of current clerks, expand the knowledge of experienced legal secretaries, and provide a foundation for those with at least three years legal experience moving into a law clerk career. We do not recommend you take more than one course per term, as the courses are very intense. A good command of the written English language is a definite asset. It is strongly recommended that those who do not have any legal experience complete OADM70003 Legal Terminology-Distance Learning before registering in any of the Law Clerk courses. ILCO sets a provincial examination based on the course curriculum. Examinations are available to all students province wide. Students wishing to sit each course examination must complete and submit the examination registration form (found in the course materials and online at http://www.ilco.on.ca/) to ILCO, prior to the registration deadline. You must successfully complete the ILCO provincial examinations, worth 100% of the final mark. A passing grade is 60% and a pass with honours is 80% or higher. Note: You must register with ILCO and pay an exam fee of $125 per course in order to write the Provincial Exam, set on pre-determined dates. Grade reports are issued by ILCO and students are advised that the grading process may take up to 90 days from the examination date. A Certificate of Academic Achievement will be issued to students upon the successful completion of the 4 provincial examinations. Note: The material fee of $51 is non-refundable after the first class. Course material cannot be guaranteed for the first class unless students register a minimum of 10 days prior to the start date. It is recommended that you take the courses in the following order: Litigation – Law Clerks e LAWS79001 Exam date: March 15, 2011

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e LAWS79002 e LAWS79003 e LAWS79004

Compulsory (4): e JUST70003

Corporate Law – Law Clerks Exam date: June 28, 2011 Real Estate – Law Clerks Exam date: February 1, 2011 Estates – Law Clerks Exam date: May 31, 2011

e LAWS11296 e JUST70004 e PSRV13672

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For program information and course/exam schedules, please visit: www.ilco.on.ca

Justice - Other Related The following courses are not part of any certificate or diploma but are considered valuable additional learning opportunities. e JUST70010 e LAWS70002 e SOCI70008 e JUST70024 e JUST78000 e JUST78001 e JUST70014 e JUST70016 e JUST70023 e LAWS70000 e JUST70018

Canadian Justice System and Legislation – Distance Learning Community and Social Services - Distance Learning Contemporary Canadian Social Problems Distance Learning Criminal Psychology, Psychopathic Minds – Distance Learning Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Level 1 (Police Studies) Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Level 2 (Police Studies) Criminal Code – Distance Learning Criminology – Distance Learning Domestic and Workplace Violence – Distance Learning Law in Society, Introduction to – Distance Learning Police Powers 1 – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Police Studies SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE The Police Studies Sheridan Certificate Program is being phased out and no new students will be admitted into the program. Students who are currently pursuing this certificate must complete the program requirements by the winter 2011 term. Expected availability is listed below with the curriculum. Note: The Online courses are intended for students in Police Foundations; online courses cannot be applied to the Sheridan Certificate, Police Studies.

Curriculum

Electives – Select 4 of: Communication for e COMM16953 Justice Professionals Crime Scene e JUST70006 Investigation Drug Investigation e JUST70008 Police Powers e PSRV16017 Interviewing and e PSRV70001 Investigation Community Policing e PSRV26111 and Leadership Sexual Assault e JUST70009 Investigations and Related Issues Introduction to e JUST70025 Technological Crime

JUSTICE STUDIES

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Antisocial Behaviour in the Community Applied Federal and F/09 Provincial Statutes Canadian Justice, W/10 Introduction to Critical Issues and * Ethics in Policing S/10 * * F/10 * * * *

* Will be offered through Policing: Specialty Courses For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, contact Program Coordinator, Geoffrey Hancock at geoffrey.hancock@sheridaninstitute.ca

Policing: Specialty Courses The Policing: Specialty Courses are for police officers interested in a specialty area of Policing and for those seeking enrichment and advancement opportunities. The varying backgrounds and interests of course participants create a dynamic learning environment with ample opportunities to examine individual points of view. Courses are led by instructors/practitioners who are seasoned specialists in their field.

Courses e e e e e e e

PSRV26111 JUST70006 JUST70008 JUST70009 JUST70025 PSRV13372 PSRV70001

Community Policing and Leadership Crime Scene Investigations Drug Investigation Sexual Assault Investigations and Related Issues Technological Crime, Introduction to Critical Issues and Ethics in Policing Interviewing and Investigations

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533 Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course guidance contact the Coordinator Geoffry Hancock at geoffry.hancock@sheridaninstitute.ca

You must successfully complete 8 courses as follows:

Fall 2010

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Manufacturing technology & trades Keep pace with the rapid technological changes sweeping modern business and industry. Sheridan’s Technology and Trades offerings can help to improve or develop marketable skills for the manufacturing, mechanical, electronics, welding and quality assurance sectors.

Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class 2 and Class 1

e  ENGI79011 e  ENGI79008 e  ENGI79010

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

** This course is a mandatory requirement for the completion of the Class 1 certificate.

There are over 10 million commercial, institutional and residential buildings in Canada which must be operated by a trained professional. The Building Environmental Systems Operator Programs are training programs designed to train building operators and those interested in the operation of healthy, energy efficient, economically viable buildings in all sectors. Graduates will become proficient in heating systems, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, electrical systems, air handling and preventative maintenance programs, water treatment programs and energy efficiency in buildings. In addition to receiving a certificate from Sheridan, graduates are eligible to receive a bilingual certificate for IFTAC/CAIFE (Interprovincial Facility Training Accreditation Council/Conseil d’Accréditation Inter-Provincial de Facilité d’Entrainement) recognition of operators and supervisors. This certificate provides academically validated and portable recognition for building operators throughout Canada. IFTAC applications are available at the Office of The Registrar at all campuses. Certificate Requirements: • Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class 2 • Successful completion of the Entry Level course plus six Class 2 courses. • Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class 1 • Successful completion of the requirements for the Class 2 Certificate, ENGI79009 Energy Efficiency in Large Buildings, and one additional Class 1 course.

Curriculum

Courses are listed in a recommended completion sequence. Entry Level e  ENGI79001

Building Systems: A Practical Overview*

Class 2 e  ENGI79006 e  ENGI79002 e  ENGI79003 e  ENGI79005 e  ENGI79004 e  ENGI79007

Heating Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Air Handling Electricity Controls Water Treatment

*This course is a mandatory requirement for the completion of the Class 2 certificate. Students with several years of building experience can apply for advanced standing in this subject. Class 1 e  ENGI79009

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Energy Efficiency in Large Buildings **

Pipe Systems Design Air Systems Design Hospital Building Systems

Admission Requirements

It is strongly recommended that students have completed an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email Program Coordinator Michael Cresswell at michael.cresswell@sheridaninstitute.ca

CAD/CAM Institute AutoCAD gives you the ability to create design ideas in both 2D and 3D, with intuitive tools that help your concepts become real. AutoCAD software is used by architects, CAD technicians, designers, engineers, project managers, and CAD/IT managers in a variety of industries, including the manufacturing, building, civil, and mapping industries. Sheridan is an Authorized Autodesk Training Centre (ATC) offering interactive computeraided drafting and design software courses. Refer to http://cadcam.sheridaninstitute.ca Foundation courses: AutoCAD - Level 1 e  CADD79001 AutoCAD - Level 2 e  CADD79002 AutoCAD - Level 3 e  CADD79003 Space is limited, so register early. Sheridan is also a Premier Autodesk Authorization Training Centre, specializing in three categories; AEC, Mechanical Design, and Design Visualization. Specialized courses include: • • • • • • •

Autodesk Inventor Autodesk Architecture AutoCAD for Architects and Designers Master CAM CNC 3-D Modeling, 3-D Solid Modeling Autodesk Revit Autodesk 3ds Max Design

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Electronic Fundamentals

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the Calendar. For course and program guidance, email cadcam@sheridaninstitute.ca Curious about the power of AutoCAD? Visit the Davis Campus in August 2010 to view final projects of Sheridan’s Architectural Technology 3rd year students. Featured work includes 3D, CAD modeling, rendering, animations and CAD design, working drawings and models. As final plans for the 2010 Architectural Open House become available, they will be highlighted on the Sheridan home page at http://www.sheridaninstitute.ca/

Control Systems The Control Systems – Sheridan Certificate is designed for those who wish to pursue a career in the industrial controls industry or anyone who wishes to enhance or upgrade their knowledge and skills in this area. Employment opportunities exist across a wide range of industries including manufacturing, environmental, petro-chemical, mining and textiles. Develop skills which may be applied to different career areas such as mechanical or electronics technology. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Note: Mathematics is a necessary prerequisite for success in this certificate program. If you have a credit in Grade 11 Mathematics (Ontario) or equivalent, you should not have any difficulty in the program. If you do not have this background, or have not used your mathematics for several years, you are advised to take MATH10123 Technical Mathematics-Upgrading as your first course.

Curriculum You must successfully complete the following eight courses:

e  ENGI27907 e  ENGI21491 e  ENGI28418 e  ENGI29875 e  QUAL79002 e  ENGI27928

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Note: Mathematics is a necessary prerequisite for success in this certificate program. If you have a credit in Grade 11 Mathematics (Ontario) or equivalent, you should not have any difficulty. If you do not have this background, or have not used your mathematics for several years, you are advised to take MATH10123 Technical MathematicsUpgrading as your first course. You must successfully complete the following 10 courses. The courses are listed in a suggested completion sequence; however, you may take more than one course per term or in any sequence, as long as you meet the prerequisite requirements. Prerequisites are listed at the end of each course description. e  MATH17688 e  ENGI16434 e  ENGI12578 e  ENGI10701 e  ENGI21917 e  ENGI28359 e  ENGI27907 e  ENGI25327 e  ENGI27928 e  ENGI21491

Mathematics 1 Electronic Fabrication Electricity 1* Digital Principles 1* Digital Principles 2* Electricity 2* Electronic Devices and Circuits* Electronic Circuits 1* Motors and Controls* Programmable Logic Control Level 1

* Prerequisites required

Mathematics 1 Electricity 1 Electro Pneumatics or Electronic Devices and Circuits* Programmable Logic Control – Level 1 Programmable Logic Control – Level 2* Instrumentation and Process Control Basic Statistics and SPC* Motor and Controls*

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email the Program Coordinator Paul Kemp at paul.kemp@sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

* Prerequisites required. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Fire Alarm Technology

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance, email Program Coordinator Paul Kemp at paul.kemp@sheridaninstitute.ca

Fall 2010

Focus on the fundamental skills that are applicable to the electronics occupations. Experience a balance of hands-on experiments and traditional electronics theory. This program serves as a foundation to both personnel who are already employed in the industry and require further education or upgrading or to those just interested in electronics as a hobby.

Curriculum

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

e  MATH17688 e  ENGI12578 e  ENGI21987

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

“Although the Fire Code sets specific requirements for testing of fire alarm systems, the CFFA still finds problems of fire alarm systems not being tested properly. Individuals performing the testing, inspection or maintenance must be accountable for the quality of their work. It follows that there is a need for all persons who test fire alarm systems to have a minimum level of training in this specific area.” (source: www.cfaa.ca )

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MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY & TRADES

Please email: cadcam@sheridaninstitute.ca if you are interested in taking any of these specialized courses.


The Fire Alarm Technology Program, designed by the Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA), has been approved by the Ontario Office of the Fire Marshal and is recognized by Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) in many other regions across Canada.

these components as well as the necessary communication skills and knowledge of professional practice needed to be successful in this growing industry.

The CFAA Fire Alarm Technology Program is comprised of 5 theory-based courses (minimum passing grade of 60% is required), plus a 1-year Canadian work experience term. College and University students may apply to CFAA for exemption towards the Electricity, Electronics and/or Verbal and Written Communication courses.

Successful completion of this program fulfills the academic entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspections (OAHI) except for the Defect Recognition and Reporting course (available only from OAHI), and the Ontario Building Code courses: Part Nine - Building Envelope and Part Nine - Health and Safety (available through OAHI and a number of education providers). Graduates of this program will be qualified to perform home inspections in a manner that is consistent with the North American Standards of Practice of the home inspection profession.

Canadian Fire Alarm - Sheridan Equivalent Intro to the Fire Detection and Alarm Industry No Sheridan Equivalent Course: available via correspondence course from the CFAA

Courses held in Oakville are a combination of in-class lectures and home study. Students are required to attend seven in-class lectures per course (every other week) as well as the on-site exam at the end of each course.

Verbal and Written Communication Business Communication or e  COMM12423 Business Writing Strategies - Distance Learning e  COMM70003

Note: In-class course fees include the course manual which is non-refundable after the first class.

Curriculum

Basic Electricity Electricity 1 and e  ENGI12578 Electricity 2 e  ENGI28359 Basic Electronics Electronic Devices and Circuits e  ENGI27907 Fire Alarm Systems No Sheridan Equivalent Course: available via correspondence course from the CFFA Plus: 1 year Canadian work experience in the field Note: Upon successful completion, you should contact the CFAA Office, 85 Citizen Court, Unit 5, Markham, Ontario L6G 1A8 for registration as a Fire Alarm Technician. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information about the CFAA call 1-800-529-0552, fax 1-905-479-3639, website: www.cfaa.ca or email: admin@cfaa,ca

Home Inspection Training Program RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT For many people, buying or selling a home is the biggest personal transaction they’ll ever make. Sheridan, in partnership with Carson Dunlop and Associates, is offering the Home Inspection Training program. This program incorporates the Standards of Practice of ASHI/CAHPI (American Society of Home Inspectors / Canadian Association of Home and Property Inspectors). The Standards of Practice define a minimum and uniform standard for private, fee-paid home inspectors. The Carson Dunlop and Associates program fully complies with ASHI curriculum and Standards of Practice. This program also conforms to the Professional Home/Property Inspector Occupational Standards developed by the Canadian Home Inspectors and Building Officials Steering Committee for National Standards (CHIBO). Home inspections assist the home buyer/seller by providing information regarding the condition of the home prior to the sale. The systems and components of a home include roofing, structural, electrical, heating, air conditioning/ heat pumps, plumbing, insulation and the interior. This program has been designed to incorporate all of

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Curriculum To qualify for recognition * as a Home and Property Inspector, you must successfully complete the following ten courses with a minimum grade of 60% in each course completed prior to September 2008 and 70% in each course completed after September 2008. e  ENGI79801 e  COMM79901 e  ENGI79802 e  ENGI79803 e  ENGI79804 e  ENGI79805 e  ENGI79806 e  ENGI79807 e  ENGI79808 e  ENGI79809

Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Inspection Communication and Professional Practices Electrical Inspection Exterior Inspection Heating Inspection 1 Heating Inspection 2 Interior and Insulation Inspection Plumbing Inspection Roofing Inspection Structure Inspection

*Upon successful completion of this program, contact the Office of the Registrar to request your Recognition of Achievement from Sheridan. To request a Certificate, contact Carson Dunlop and Associates at 1-800268-7070. Online Program Information This program is also available online - students will follow the lesson plans set out by their course instructors. For information on online courses at Sheridan, visit the website at http://distancelearning. sheridaninstitute.ca or email ce.online@sheridaninstitute.ca. Course material for online courses is not included in the course cost, but should be purchased from Carson Dunlop Associates at 416-964-9415 prior to the course start.

Admission Requirements • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or 19 years of age or older. • Students must be able to receive instructions, respond, and research in the English language. For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program information, email ceinfo@ sheridaninstitute.ca

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Fall 2010


Thinking of pursuing a career in Home Inspection? Curious about employment opportunities? Come to our Information Session.

Mechanical Fundamentals

Where: Sheridan – Trafalgar Road, Oakville

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE

When: Thursday, August 19, 2010, 7:00 p.m. Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. A representative from Carson Dunlop and Associates and the Sheridan Program Coordinator, will answer your questions regarding this program.

Math and Science - College Preparation The following courses are not part of a certificate, but are offered to improve or update your skills. e  MATH70009 e  BIOL70000 e  CHEM70000 e  MATH70005 e  MATH70007 e  MATH70008 e  PHYS70000

Basic and Algebraic Mathematics – Distance Learning Biology, Preparatory – Distance Learning Chemistry, Preparatory – Distance Learning College Mathematics, Foundations of – Distance Learning Mathematics, Fundamental – Distance Learning Mathematics, Technical – Distance Learning Preparatory Physics – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Mathematics - Other Related The following courses are not part of the above certificate programs, but are offered to improve or update your skills. e  MATH70009 e  MATH16269 e  MATH70005 e  MATH22981 e  MATH70006 e  MATH22558 e  MATH70007 e  MATH29875 e  MATH10123

Basic and Algebraic Mathematics – Distance Learning Business Mathematics 1 College Mathematics, Foundations – Distance Learning Differential Calculus Finance and Accounting Mathematics - Distance Learning Integral Calculus Mathematic Fundamentals - Distance Learning Statistical Methods and Analysis Technical Mathematics-Upgrading

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Concentrate on the basic sciences that serve as a foundation in all technical disciplines. Focus on the fundamental skills that are applicable to mechanical occupations. Learn and apply mechanical theory to pursue opportunities in the aeronautical, automotive or manufacturing industries.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Note: Mathematics is a necessary prerequisite for success in either certificate program. If you have a credit in Grade 11 Mathematics (Ontario) or equivalent, you should not have any difficulty. If you do not have this background, or have not used your mathematics for several years, you are advised to take MATH10123 Technical MathematicsUpgrading as your first course.

Curriculum You must successfully complete six core courses plus 3 electives. The core courses are listed in a suggested completion sequence; however, you may take the courses in any sequence as long as you meet the prerequisite requirements. Core Courses (6): e  MATH17688 e  ENGI12578 e  ENGI27928 e  ENGI16764 e  MATH13406 e  CADD79001

Mathematics 1 Electricity 1 Motors and Control* Applied Mechanics 1* Applied Mathematics* AutoCAD Level 1*

Electives (3): Choose courses relevant to your field of study or place of employment. Suggestions include (email coordinator for approval of alternate electives) but are not limited to: e  ENGI29875 e  ENGI21491 e  QUAL79001 e  CADD79002 e  ENGI13386 e  ENGI23413

Instrumentation and Process Control Programmable Logic Control Level 1 Quality Concepts AutoCAD Level 2* Applied Mechanics 2* Mechanics of Materials

* Prerequisites required For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For course and program guidance email Program Coordinator Paul Kemp, at paul.kemp@sheridaninstitute.ca Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

Home Inspection Program - Information Session


Pre - Certification of Qualification Refresher Courses These courses are designed to serve as a preparation for individuals who are qualified to write the Certificate of Qualification Examination in order to acquire their license(s). Applicants must have had sufficient industrial experience in a particular trade sector to be approved to write the provincial examination. The minimum industrial experience needed for these courses is 4 to 5 years. e  ENGI78007 e  TSKL78014 e  TSKL78015 e  ENGI78006 e  TSKL78016

Electrical Construction and Maintenance Refresher General Machinist Refresher Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Refresher Plumbing Pre-Certification Refresher Tool and Die Maker Refresher

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. An interview with Program Coordinator Alan Reid will be required to discuss your work experience. Call Alan at 905-845-9430, ext. 8150.

Quality Assurance - Other Related Complement your experience working in the quality field, knowledge of GD&T and blue print reading with an introduction to programming and using Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM). CMM’s are intricate measurement tools that incorporate a number of different measurement techniques in order to simplify a measuring process. Learn the basic operations of CMM. Discover how a CMM can be used to dramatically reduce inspection time for certain kinds of work pieces. Understand how a CMM can measure almost any shape very accurately, without the use of special gauges, thus eliminating the problem of operator error. Use the CMM to locate point coordinates on three dimensional structures all at the same time, and use computers to process the data and make the most effective use of the measurements.

Course

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Coordinate Measuring Machine

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Quality Assurance and Management

The quality practitioner has the option to become ASQ certified in a number of different areas, such as quality auditing, engineering, management, reliability and software, respectively. The designations are as follows - Certified Quality Auditor (CQA), Certified Quality Engineer (CQE), Certified Quality Manager (CQM), Certified Quality Technician (CQT), and Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE). These designations are given by the ASQ and are recognized world wide. Sheridan graduates have achieved a distinctly high success rate in obtaining their designations. In the quality field, they carry distinction and value as acknowledgement that the quality practitioner has achieved a level of knowledge and professionalism related to that designation and to the quality field in general.

Curriculum You must successfully complete eight courses. Prerequisites must be met Compulsory courses (5) Quality Concepts * e  QUAL79001 Basic Statistics and SPC e  QUAL79002 Quality Auditing 1 e  QUAL79003 Essentials of Quality Management e  QUAL79004 Advanced Statistical Methods e  QUAL79005 *Quality Concepts must be completed first. Elective courses (3) - Select three of: Design of Experiments e  QUAL79006 Inspections, Test, Metrology and Print Reading e  QUAL79007 ISO9000 Implementation and Documentation e  QUAL79008 Quality Management 3 e  QUAL79010 Quality Strategy and Leadership e  QUAL79011 Reliability e  QUAL79012

Admission Requirements Grade 12 Math or MATH17688 Mathematics 1 For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on accredited designation, go the ASQ website at http://www.asq.org/ and for information regarding membership and ASQ certification, please visit the Toronto Chapter website at http://www.asqtoronto.com/committees/certific.htm. For course and program guidance, please contact Program Coordinator Dr. Mozammel Khan at 905-459-7533, ext. 5174 (Peel) or 905-845-9430, ext. 5174 (Halton); email: mozammel.khan@sheridaninstitute.ca (email preferred). Refer to the 2010/11 Annual Planning Charts located in the insert for expected course offerings.

SHERIDAN CERTIFICATE Quality Assurance is a growing profession, with opportunities for promotion and high earnings. Sheridan, in cooperation with the Toronto section of the American Society of Quality (ASQ) presents the Quality Assurance and Management Certificate to provide graduates with the skills and knowledge necessary to participate in that growing market. The program offers a wide range of courses in quality subjects such as fundamental quality concepts, ISO9000, auditing, metrology, reliability, SPC, SQC, DOE and quality management.

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Information Sessions - Quality Assurance and Management

ONLINE SERVICES for Students

Tuesday, August 17, 2010, 7:00 p.m. @Davis (Brampton) Refer to http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca for the most current Information Session dates and times. The meeting room will be posted at the main entrance of the campus on the night of the Information Session.

Technical - Other Related

myStudent Centre provides Full-time students only with the following online services:

The following course is for special interest only and is not part of any certificate or diploma. e COMM70029

AccesSheridan, Sheridan’s online service portal, offers convenient and easy access to myStudent Centre.

Technical Communications - Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. For more information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

• View and update personal information • Register for elective courses (Full-time Students Only) • View class schedules • View grades • View T2202 tax receipts • View transfer credit reports (for Advanced Standing/Prior Learning Assessment) Follow the instructions below to connect to AccessSheridan: 1. Got to http://access.sheridaninstitute.ca 2. Log-in using your Sheridan network username and password 3. This will bring up the AccessSheridan page. In the box labeled Sheridan Applications, follow the link titled: myStudent Centre.

JOIN SHERIDAN’S TEAM OF OVER 4,996 EMPLOYERS! Need some help achieving work-life balance? Check our

Recreation and Leisure section!

DO YOU OwN A SMALL BUSINESS OR ARE INVOLVED IN THE HIRING PROCESS? Join Sheridan and benefit in becoming a Cooperative Education and Internship Partner. Responsible, skillful and affordable Sheridan students are available for paid, four-month work placements in over 30 fields of study including business, computers, science and technology, health, and the arts.

REGISTER EARLY! Some courses are cancelled because we didn’t know you wanted them. Register at least six (6) working days before the start of your course to avoid disappointment.

Contact the Co-op Offices Brampton: 905-459-7533, ext. 4355 Oakville: 905-845-9430, ext. 2649

www1.sheridanc.on.ca/services/coop/

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Information Sessions provide an opportunity to meet with Program coordinators to ask questions, receive advice, and make informed decisions enabling you to reach your academic goals. These sessions are available free of charge and will start promptly at the time indicated. No appointment is necessary.


Recreation and leisure

Come to Sheridan to pursue your personal interests – whether you want to develop your creativity, learn ways to enhance the quality of your life, or simply satisfy your curiosity about a particular topic, we offer an array of dynamic, hands-on workshops and courses designed to appeal to many interests. Treat yourself to a rewarding and enjoyable personal learning experience.

Floral Design RECOGNITION OF ACHIEVEMENT Whether you are pursuing a hobby or developing your creative and artistic skills in flower arranging, this program can help you design innovative floral arrangements for personal or special events.

Curriculum Successfully complete the following: Compulsory courses (3) Floral Design 1 e  LEIS78005 Floral Design 2 e  LEIS78022 Floral Design for Special Occasions e  LEIS78023

Motorcycle Motorcycle Training Sheridan’s certified, professional instructors are dedicated to teaching new and experienced riders. We offer novice and beginner riders the basic Motorcycle Training course GENI78014 (M1 exit) which includes the M2 Test. For the more experienced riders we offer GENI78068 (M2 exit) which includes the M test. If you are a new rider applying for your first license to ride a motorcycle, you will enter Ontario’s graduated licensing system. For more information please visit http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/drvlicen.shtml Seniors rates do not apply to motorcycle courses.

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Motorcycle Training: M1 Exit

Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Sheridan’s certified, professional instructors are dedicated to teaching new and experienced riders.

Leisure Courses and Workshops Leisure can help you counteract stress. Explore our courses and workshops as an opportunity to have fun, meet new friends and develop skills. e  LEIS78025 e  LEIS78026 e  LEIS78027 e  WKSP78126 e  FINA78004 e  LEIS70001 e  LEIS70002 e  LEIS70009

Beading and Jewelry Making Beading and Jewelry Making, Advanced Beading and Jewelry Making 2, Advanced Chocolate 101: Chocolate Tempering and Truffle Making Debt Free Living Guitar 1 Guitar 2 Guitar Players Workshop

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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About the Course M1

• Learn to operate today’s motorcycle safely and enjoyably • Benefit from 20 hours of instruction and riding • Gain an overview of safe riding gear, defensive motorcycle riding techniques and special open road information • Receive a Canada Safety Council Student kit • Take the riding test for your M2 license • Qualify for potential insurance discounts The riding portion of the course will be done on motorcycles provided by local dealers. Learn: • • • • • • • • • • •

basic skills of putting on a helmet walking the motorcycle balancing and braking kick and electric starting moving off and stopping gear shifting how to ride through curves safely and in control slow speed skills useful in parking lots and heavy traffic acceleration and deceleration in curves and straight-aways signaling defensive traffic behaviour including shoulder checks, and lane positional skills • life saving emergency skills (swerving, braking and decision making)

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At the end of the training session students will be given a skill test. Individuals who pass this test receive a graduation card. Students with a Class M1 will receive documentation to allow MTO to endorse their permit as a Class M2 after the 60-day minimum time they stay in Class M1.

Curriculum The course runs one Thursday evening from 6 – 10 pm (4 hour theory portion taught in a classroom) and the following Saturday and Sunday from 8 am – 5:30 pm (16 hour riding portion taught in the parking lot). You must attend all classes in their entirety, as scheduled, to continue in the course. Plan to arrive early for each class. Lateness will result in dismissal from the course. Courses are offered during the Spring, Summer and early Fall (April to October). e  GENI78014 e  GENI78013

Motorcycle Training: M1 Exit Motorcycle Retest: M1 Exit

Admission Requirements

Students must have a valid Class ‘M1’, ‘M2’ or ‘M’ driver’s permit For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Registration Information: Please call the number nearest you. Oakville, 905-845-9430, ext. 2690, Brampton, 905-459-7533, ext. 2690 or Burlington, 905-681-4611, ext. 2690 or visit our website: www.sheridaninstitute.ca/learning/motorcycle

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Course Location Sheridan’s Motorcycle Training Program is offered at three locations:

Child Care Centre Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville | 905-815-4033

Brampton Course – Theory and Riding Portion: Sheridan, Davis Campus, 7899 McLaughlin Road (corner of McLaughlin Road and Steeles Avenue). Room numbers for the Thursday evening Brampton class will be posted in the Davis Campus. Oakville Course – Theory and Riding Portion: Sheridan, 1430 Trafalgar Road (north of the QEW, south of Upper Middle Road). Room numbers for the Thursday evening Oakville class will be posted in the Trafalgar Campus.

• Full day child care for children: 18 mnths - 6 yrs • Accredited High/Scope curriculum • Junior and Senior Kindergarten program

Child Care Centre Mississauga Civic Centre | 905-896-5633 • Full day child care for children: 18 mnths - 6 yrs • High/Scope curriculum • Junior and Senior KIndergarten program

Montessori Preschool Centre

Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville | 905-845-9430, x2325

Burlington Course – Riding Portion: Canada Centre for Inland Waters (CCIW), located beneath the James Allen Burlington SKYWAY Bridge. The Theory Portion for the Burlington course is taught in the Trafalgar Road (Oakville) Campus and is combined with the Oakville class.

• Half day programs (5 days/week) • CCMA Accredited for children: 2 1/2 - 6 yrs • Montessori curriculum • Junior and Senior Kindergarten program • Half-day Summer camps available

Fees: $478.90 Payable by cash, certified cheque, Visa or MasterCard. Personal cheques not accepted. (Fee includes GST) Note: Seniors rates do not apply to motorcycle courses.

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Withdrawal and Refund Policy We require 48 hours notice of withdrawal in order to obtain a refund (less a $30 administration fee). Note: There is no refund with less than 48 hours notice. Please ensure that you are available to attend all three dates of the course that you have registered for.

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What to Bring: 1. A valid Class “M1”, “M2” or “M” driver’s permit. 2. Students must be 16 years of age or older to take the course (please provide proof of age). Students under 18 must bring a parent or guardian to the first class to sign the release waiver. (Waivers can be signed during the first 15 minutes of class.) 3. Helmets can be supplied if required, but students are urged to bring their own. 4. As the course operates rain or shine, you should bring rain gear. 5. For the riding portion of the course (all day Saturday and Sunday) students must wear: • sturdy boots that cover the ankle (leather is preferred - NO RUNNING SHOES) • sturdy pants • jacket and gloves • eye protection (recommended) For safety reasons, students who are not wearing the appropriate equipment will not be permitted to ride and will be withdrawn from the course. If students are withdrawn from the course under these circumstances, they will not be entitled to a refund of fees.

Course Transfers Students may transfer to another Motorcycle Training course offering, if enrollment permits. This request must be received 48 hours prior to the start date of the course you are registered in. It is not possible to transfer mid-way through a course or with less than 48 hours notice prior to the start date.


Motorcycle Training: M2 Exit About the Course Upgrade to a full M license through this course designed for the more skilled rider. Riders must have held an M2 license for a minimum of 22 months (or 18 months if successfully completed a recognized motorcycle training program). Begin with an in-depth classroom theory session (Thursday 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.) followed by a full day (Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) of real life traffic skills. Saturday’s on-road practice is conducted by instructors riding their own motorcycles. Sunday involves individual testing for approximately one hour. What to Bring: Thursday evening (in class) • Valid Ontario drivers license • Valid M2 permit • Valid current insurance certificate • Proof of ownership Saturday and Sunday • All of the above documents • Street legal motorcycle or greater than 50cc scooter, licensed, insured and capable of highway speeds • Current license sticker • DOT approved undamaged helmet • High traction sturdy boots that cover the ankle (leather is preferred, NO RUNNING SHOES) • Riding pants (jeans or motorcycle-specific pants) that cover the waist (wide leg pants are not appropriate, no rips, no tears) • Motorcycle-specific or denim riding jacket that snugly covers the waist and wrists • Motorcycle-specific or leather gloves that cover the wrists (driving gloves with cut-out knuckles or fingers are not acceptable) • Eye protection (recommended) • Rain gear (as appropriate) For safety reasons, students who are not wearing the appropriate equipment will not be permitted to ride and will be withdrawn from the course. If students are withdrawn from the course under these circumstances, they will not be entitled to a refund of fees.

Curriculum Theory portion: 3 hours in the classroom on Thursday evening from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Room number will be posted in the college main entrance. Saturday’s session consists of 8 hours of riding, beginning with exercises on designated college parking lots and connecting roadways, followed by riding in a group setting while wearing radio communication on public roadways through residential, business and highway settings. You will be riding in a group while being coached by an instructor through radio communication. Sunday involves only a one hour, pre-scheduled testing time per student wherein the rider is provided with radio directions by instructors following in a vehicle. Courses: e  GENI78068 e  GENI78078

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Motorcycle Training: M2 Exit Motorcycle Retest: M2 Exit

For safety reasons, should the rider’s level of skill demonstrated on Saturday morning evidence a lack of safety for the rider, for fellow riders or in potential traffic situations on the roadways or highways, the rider will not be permitted to continue the course. Motorcycles must be mechanically fit and must not produce excessive exhaust noise. Instuctors will be available prior to your scheduled course to assess noise levels if you have a concern. Further details in this regard will be provided to M2 Exit course registrants in advance. If a student’s motorcycle should not meet basic safety standards, the student will be withdrawn from the program. If motorcycle breakdown occurs, the student will not be permitted to continue with the course. If students are withdrawn from the course under these circumstances, they will not be entitled to a refund of fees. Course Location: Oakville Trafalgar Campus, 1430 Trafalgar Road (north of the QEW, south of Upper Middle Road). Fees: $419.72 Payable by cash, certified cheque, Visa or MasterCard. Personal cheques not accepted (fee includes GST) Note: Seniors rates do not apply to motorcycle courses. Course Transfers: Students may transfer to another M2 Exit course offering if enrollment permits. This request must be received 48 hours prior to the start date of the course you are registered in. It is not possible to transfer mid-way through a course or with less than 48 hours notice prior to the start date. Withdrawal and Refund Policy: We require 48 hours notice of withdrawal in order to obtain a refund (less a $30 administration fee). Note: There is no refund with less than 48 hours notice. Please ensure that you are available to attend all three dates of the course that you have registered for.

Admission Requirements • Riders must have held an M2 license for a minimum of 22 months (or 18 months if successfully completed a recognized motorcycle training program) • Licensed and insured street-legal motorcycle with up-to-date validation sticker • Approved safety gear For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar. Registration Information Please call the number nearest you. Oakville, 905-845-9430, ext. 2690, Brampton, 905-459-7533, ext.2690 or Burlington, 905-681-4611, ext. 2690 or visit our website: www.sheridaninstitute.ca/learning/motorcycle

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Music Music is a universal language for all ages. Choose from the following leisure courses.

Courses

LEIS70001 LEIS70002 LEIS70009 LEIS78006

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

Guitar 1 Guitar 2 Guitar Player’s Workshop Guitar Club

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533.

Online

Order online at http://printrequest.sheridaninstitute.ca

Phone

905-845-9430 (Press #3) or 905-459-7533 (Press #3)

Email

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RECREATION AND LEISURE

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Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

Recreational Gardener Recreational gardening is a relaxing interlude in an otherwise busy life - it is a pause for peace and fresh air. Sheridan can provide you with a series of online courses intended to develop your interest and knowledge in the pleasures of gardening; achieving the reward of the final result and the inner satisfaction that you are in communication with the natural world around you.

Courses:

e SCIE70000 e SCIE70006

REGISTER EARLY! Some courses are cancelled because we didn’t know you wanted them. Register at least six (6) working days before the start of your course to avoid disappointment.

Basic Botany – Distance Learning The Healthy Garden – Distance Learning

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

SHOP OR REGISTER USING OUR E-STORE

For information on Distance Learning courses visit the website at: http://distancelearning.sheridaninstitute.ca

www.sheridaninstitute.ca/ce

Specialized Recreational Leadership The following courses are offered in cooperation with the Peel Lunch and After-School programs primarily as a service to members of the community who wish to work with children and teens in a recreational setting. Those individuals, who are currently working with children and teens in programs such as day camps, activity centres, Scouts, Girl Guides, coaching, etc., would also benefit from these courses.

Browse for course information and availability. You may also register online.

Note: Classes are offered on a full day format and require 100% attendance.

Courses

e SOCI70002 e MGMT70003

Leadership Development, Introduction to Principles of Administration

For course availability and registration information refer to our website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca or call 905-845-9430 or 905-459-7533. Current Offerings are listed alphabetically by Course Code in the back of the calendar.

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current offerings – FALL 2010 ACCG16971

Accounting 1

Gain knowledge of basic accounting procedures and theory. This course serves as a basis for more advanced studies in accounting or for a better understanding of related concepts in other areas of business specialization. Using lectures, demonstrations and in-class problem solving activities, learn the steps of the accounting cycle that result in useful information for decision makers. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: ACCG16971 and ACCG17937 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16059 Davis (Bram) 16060 Davis (Bram) 16061 Davis (Bram) 16062 Davis (Bram) 16063 Davis (Bram) 16056 St. Joseph (Miss) 16057 St. Joseph (Miss) 16058 St. Joseph (Miss) 16064 Trafalgar (Oak) 16065 Trafalgar (Oak) 16066 Trafalgar (Oak) 16067 Trafalgar (Oak) 16068 Trafalgar (Oak)

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6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm

ACCG17937

12 14 14 14 12 14 14 14 12 14 14 14 12

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Accounting 2

Study in-depth, accounts and notes receivable, inventories, capital assets and intangible assets and current liabilities. Learn about the organization and operations of partnerships and corporations and how to account for business transactions within those entities. Using lectures, demonstrations and in-class problem solving activities learn how to account for and report business transactions. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: ACCG16971 and ACCG17937 qualify for exemption towards the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16168 Davis (Bram) 16169 Davis (Bram) 16170 Davis (Bram) 16166 St. Joseph (Miss) 16167 St. Joseph (Miss) 16171 Trafalgar (Oak) 16172 Trafalgar (Oak) 16173 Trafalgar (Oak)

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Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 18

ACCG20478

6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm

12 14 12 14 14 14 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Costs and Budgets

Study advanced managerial accounting with an emphasis on cost control and analysis of internal accounting data to plan for future operations and to evaluate past performance. Learn a variety of applications and decision making tools to improve overall profitability and financial strength of a corporation. Through lectures, demonstrations and in-class activities, become skilled at putting the principles into practice. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis and Trafalgar is available if needed. Note: ACCG23626 and ACCG20478 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. Prerequisite(s): ACCG23626 Cost and Management Accounting CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15943 Davis (Bram) 15944 Davis (Bram) 15942 St. Joseph (Miss) 15945 Trafalgar (Oak)

ACCG21627

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Sep 14 Sep 18 Sep 14 Sep 15

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$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Accounting 1, Intermediate

Study the rationale behind the accounting and reporting of business transactions. Examine the conceptual framework upon which financial statements are produced and apply the principles of this framework to prepare financial statements that meet professional accounting standards. Learn how to account for and report business

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transactions in the context of the Canadian financial reporting environment. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: ACCG21627 and ACCG21646 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . Prerequisite(s): ACCG17937 Accounting 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15917 Davis (Bram) 15918 Davis (Bram) 15919 St. Joseph (Miss) 15920 St. Joseph (Miss) 15921 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Sat Mon Thu Tue

Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 14

ACCG21646

7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 12 14 14

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Accounting 2, Intermediate

Focus on an in-depth study of accounting and reporting of the accounts that comprise the Asset section of the Balance Sheet. Investigate the effect of the conceptual framework of the Asset accounts and learn to accurately account for and disclose asset transaction in accordance with generally accepted Canadian accounting principles. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: ACCG21627 and ACCG21646 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. Prerequisite(s): ACCG21627 Accounting, Intermediate 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15922 Davis (Bram) 15923 Davis (Bram) 15924 St. Joseph (Miss) 15925 Trafalgar (Oak)

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ACCG23626

Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 16 Sep 15

7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Costs and Management Accounting

Explore how managers use accounting data internally to direct the affairs of organizations, set plans and objectives, and make decisions. Examine the development of internal accounting data and ways to account for the manufacturing costs of material, labour and overhead. Through lectures, demonstrations and in-class activities learn to put the principles into practice. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis and Trafalgar is available if needed. Note: ACCG23626 and ACCG20478 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1and ACCG17937 Accounting 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16044 Davis (Bram) 16045 Davis (Bram) 16043 St. Joseph (Miss) 16046 Trafalgar (Oak)

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ACCG30624

7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12 12 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Accounting 2, Advanced

Develop accounting skills that relate to accounting for more complex liabilities, preparing a Cash Flow Statement, dealing with accounting changes and other measurement items. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: ACCG35141 and ACCG30624 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . Prerequisite(s): ACCG35141 Accounting, Advanced 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15838 Davis (Bram) Thu 15837 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon 15839 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

ACCG30699

Sep 16 Sep 13 Sep 15

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Taxation 2

Learn how to evaluate the tax consequences of various situations. Personal taxation study continues with examination of capital gains and losses and the treatment of miscellaneous sources of income and deductions. After determining taxable income, explore various personal tax credits in order to calculate individual taxes payable. Corporate tax is introduced with an analysis of a corporation and its activities, to determine the optimal deductions to calculate corporate taxes payable. Note: ACCG34780 and ACCG30699 together qualify for course exemption only towards

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ACCG70005

the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. The CGA challenge exam for Taxation 1 is required. Prerequisite(s): ACCG34780 Taxation 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15930 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

Taxation 1

Learn how to evaluate the tax consequences of residency status; income from employment, business and property; and of depreciable and eligible capital properties, through lectures, demonstrations, in-class discussions and both individual and group activities. Note: ACCG34780 and ACCG30699 together qualify for course exemption only toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. The CGA challenge exam for Taxation 1 is required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15913 Davis (Bram) Wed 15914 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu 15915 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

ACCG3

Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 16

w5141

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Accounting 1, Advanced

Develop accounting skills that relate to the liabilities and shareholder equity section of the balance sheet. These skills consist of identifying and measuring financial obligations, preparing a shareholders’ equity section, breaking complex financial instruments into debt and equity components, and recording and reporting earnings per share. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. ACCG35141 and ACCG30624 together qualify for exemption towards the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . Prerequisite(s): ACCG21646 Accounting 2, Intermediate CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15927 Davis (Bram) 15928 Davis (Bram) 15926 St. Joseph (Miss) 15929 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Sat Mon Tue

Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 13 Sep 14

7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 12 14

ACCG36913

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Auditing 1

Learn principles and procedures used to support the “Auditor’s Report.” Study other audit types and the roles of the Institute of Internal Auditors and the International Federation of Accountants. Topics include assurance engagements, quality control standards, audit report types, internal control, professional ethics, legal liability, understanding the client’s business, computer applications, information systems and audit planning. Note: ACCG36913 and ACCG31709 together qualify for course exemption only in the CGA field of study with a minimum “B” grade. CGA challenge exam for Auditing 1 is required. Prerequisite(s): ACCG21646 Accounting Intermediate 2, FINA28027 Corporate Finance 2, MATH29875 Statistical Methods and Analysis CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15916 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

ACCG70001

Sep 15

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Accounting 1 - Distance Learning

Topics include financial statements, recording changes in financial positions, journalizing transactions, end-of-period adjustments and accounting for a merchandising business. Microsoft Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15966 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70002

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Accounting 2 - Distance Learning

Gain a basic understanding of balance sheet accounts; accounting for partnerships and generally accepted accounting principles relating to presentation; computation and operating budgets. Microsoft Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70001 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15970 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70004

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Accounting, Intermediate 1 - Distance Learning

Topics covered include: the conceptual framework; financial statement presentation; revenue recognition; current assets and the theory governing their recording and financial statement presentation. MS Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70002 Accounting 2 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15971 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

16176 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70006

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Accounting, Intermediate 3 - Distance Learning

Through online lecture and problem solving, material covered includes the study of long-term liabilities, dilutive securities and earnings per share calculations. Additional topics include corporate income tax, pension costs, leases, cash flow statements and full disclosure in financial reporting. Theory and practice governing the recording of transactions and financial statement presentation of the above items will be studied. MS Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70005 Accounting, Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16177 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70007

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Accounting, Managerial 1 - Distance Learning

Explore the background, goals and methods of managerial accounting. Topics include manufacturing statements; job order costing; contribution approach; activity-based costing; cost-volume-profit analysis; and the master budget. MS Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70002 Accounting 2 - Distance Learning or ACCG17937 Accounting 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15973 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70008

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Accounting, Managerial 2 - Distance Learning

Review standard costs and variance analysis, flexible budgets, direct costing, relevant costing, and the costing of joint and by products, process costing and accounting for waste and spoilage. MS Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70007 Accounting Managerial 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16178 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

ACCG70009

$367.82

Bookkeeping

Prepare yourself for an entry-level position in a service industry by completing this course designed for students with little or no background in accounting. Covering basic accounting procedures and theory, learn about such topics as recording transactions to trial balance, control of petty cash and payroll. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16132 Davis (Bram)

Thu

ACCG70010

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Financial and Management Accounting, Introduction - Distance Learning

Develop an understanding of accounting information used by business managers and a working knowledge of financial accounting for human resources managers. The fundamental principles of finance and accounting will be combined with practical applications relating to various forms of organizations. Use accounting information to help effect plans, controls and decisions. It is recommended that students have a basic knowledge of accounting before taking this course. Mandatory group work is required. This course is delivered though OntarioLearn. Equivalent course: ACCG70011 Finance and Managerial Accounting. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 or ACCG70001 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15894 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70011

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Finance and Managerial Accounting

Study the conceptual foundations of financial accounting measurement necessary for the Human Resources manager to understand. Many of the decisions faced by the HR manager have an accounting or finance aspect. The areas studied will include: operations and cash budgeting; responsibility accounting; interpreting accounting reports; budgetary controls; time value of money and an understanding of annuities. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15978 Davis (Bram) Thu Sep 16 15979 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed Sep 15 15980 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon&Wed Sep 20

Continuing Education Calendar

6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

20 20 20

$371.78 $371.78 $371.78

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ACCG34780

$265.35

Accounting, Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning

Through online lecture and problem solving, material covered includes: the study of capital assets; long-term liabilities; equity; investments and corporations and their shareholders. Theory and practice governing the recording of transactions and financial statement presentation of the above items will be studied. MS Excel software is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70004 Accounting, Intermediate 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


ACCG70012

Auditing 1 - Distance Learning

Gain an understanding of the philosophy and environment of auditing. Topics include an overview of auditing with special attention given to the nature and economic purpose of audits, auditing standards, audit reports, and audit evidence. Professional ethics and auditors’ legal liability will also be discussed. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70005 Accounting, Intermediate 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16265 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

ACCG70013

$332.35

Auditing 2 - Distance Learning

This is a continuation of Auditing 1 - Distance Learning and begins with an in-depth study of internal controls. Apply the concepts of Auditing 1 to the audit of sales, acquisitions, payroll, inventory and cash balances and related income statement and balance sheet accounts. Learn the appropriate audit procedures and audit objectives for tests of controls and tests of details of balances. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70012 Auditing 1- Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16266 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

ACCG70014

$332.35

Forensic Accounting, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Receive a basic understanding of the field of forensic accounting. Become more aware and knowledgeable in the detection and prevention of white collar crimes. Although the course is based mainly on theory and case analysis, it does delve into financial statement analysis and other tools designed to detect fraud along with various preventative measures to be considered when designing systems to prevent the occurrence of fraud and other abuses. Software requirement: MS Word 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70002 Accounting 2 Distance Learning and ACCG70008 Accounting, Managerial 2 Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16267 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ACCG70015

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Financial Management 1 - Distance Learning

Explore the background and goals of financial management in Canada, including the financial goals of business organizations and methods used to raise funds. Topics include utilizing financial tools to evaluate financial performance, financial forecasting, operating leverage, working capital management, short and long-term financing. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16315 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ADVG20905

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Marketing Promotion Management

Learn how to develop an effective Promotion Plan. Skills in the development of promotion techniques will be emphasized. Learn how to apply fundamental principles and practices of promotion in a variety of industry, product and service situations. These principles will be applied in a comprehensive Promotion Plan. Prerequisite(s): MKTG19439 Marketing 1 or related experience is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15804 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon

Sep 13

ANAT70001

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Anatomy and Physiology

Study the shape, structure and function of the human body and its parts. Each major body system is taught in detail. Deviations from normal function are also discussed in health and disease. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15856 Davis (Bram) 15857 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Mon

APPL19402

Sep 14 Sep 13

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Computer Applications for Business

Utilize the computer as a professional tool in a business environment, specifically using current software to create a variety of applications in word processing, spreadsheets and presentations. Through lectures, demonstrations and immediate application develop hands-on proficiency. Case studies provide an understanding of when and why to apply a skill. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16393 Davis (Bram) Sat 16392 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16394 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

84

Sep 18 Sep 15 Sep 15

9 am-12:30 pm 12 6:30-9:30 pm 14 7-10 pm 14

APPL25360

Accounting Software Applications 1

Use Simply Accounting software to complete an entire accounting cycle, including the production of financial statements. The package includes General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable, Inventory and Payroll. Also use QuickTax automated income tax software to complete a selection of personal income tax returns. An analysis of the changes to a client’s tax return will be prepared, including the optimization of available deductions. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 or ACCG70009 Bookkeeping or equivalent work experience. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15938 Davis (Bram) Wed 15939 Online (Sheridan)   - 15940 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

APPL30275

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 10   - Sep 16 7-10 pm

14 - 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Accounting Software Applications 2

Use QuickBooks automated accounting software package, to complete an entire accounting cycle. The package includes the General Ledger, Accounts Receivables, Accounts Payable, Inventory and Payroll. Also use QuickTax automated income tax software to complete a selection of advanced personal income tax returns. An analysis of the changes to a client’s tax return will be prepared, including the optimization of available deductions. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 or ACCG70009 Bookkeeping or equivalent work experience. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16108 Davis (Bram) Mon 16109 Online (Sheridan)   - 16110 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 10   - Sep 15 7-10 pm

12 - 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

APPL70010 Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring) - Distance Learning Learn about Dreamweaver. Topics include: understanding and customizing the DW working environment, creating sites and documents, linking and navigation, site management, typography, images, tables, using layers, using frames and creating forms. Advanced topics will include CSS (cascading style sheets), rollovers and behaviours. Knowledge of HTML is recommended. Software requirement: Dreamweaver Mx or greater. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15792 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70012

Sep 10   -   -

$291.39

Flash XML - Distance Learning

Explore Flash and its XML capabilities. With XML as the “hot” Web services topic today, take Flash’s visual and ActionScript capabilities and integrate them with XML’s cross-platform, translational capabilities. Learn how to incorporate XML into their Flash applications allowing sites to become truly dynamic. Students should be familiar with Flash and Flash ActionScript. Software requirement: Access to Flash XML. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL70013 Flash - Introduction to CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16179 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70013

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

Flash, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Receive an introduction to Flash. Topics include: Flash vs. Shockwave; interface basics; drawing and painting; working with objects; using type; importing artwork; working with layers; working with symbols and instances; creating animation; adding interactivity; working with sound; publishing and exporting to HTML; and self-contained movies. Students should have knowledge of HTML. Software requirement: Macromedia Flash MX or greater (MAC or PC). This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15793 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70015

Sep 10   -   -

$291.39

MS Access, Core - Distance Learning

Learn to use MS Access for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes. Access as a database program allows the user to manipulate and query data to customize the reports needed. Creating, editing and printing as well as querying and linking of databases will be covered. A familiarity with Windows 95 or higher is required. Software requirement: Microsoft Access 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15742 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


APPL70016

MS Access, Expert - Distance Learning

15743 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70017

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

MS Excel, Core - Distance Learning

Excel allows you to create powerful, professional spreadsheets and graphics. The first lessons will cover the basic introductory skills of how to create, edit, format and print spreadsheets; the remainder of the course will focus on more advanced features such as sorting, charts, formulas and functions to facilitate any of your marketing, budgeting and projecting needs. A familiarity with Windows is required. Software requirement: MS Excel 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15824 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70018

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

MS Excel, Expert - Distance Learning

Learn to use the advanced features of MS Excel to produce professionally customized workbooks and management concepts. Macros and the advantages of the Wizards supported within Excel will be covered in depth. Take advantage of its database features and advanced functions. Link multiple worksheets and workbooks. Software requirement: Microsoft Excel 2000, or 2002. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL70017 MS Excel, Core - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15744 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70019

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

MS Office Professional: XP

Develop the skills and knowledge to work with the applications contained in Microsoft Office XP Professional Edition, which contains Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook. Learn to create a word processing document and spreadsheet document; prepare a basic slide presentation; create tasks, reminders and appointments; and create a simple database, query, form and report. Students should have access to MS Office XP Professional Edition and be familiar with current Windows Operating system. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15988 Online (Sheridan)   -

APPL70020

Sep 10   -   -

$283.09

MS PowerPoint - Distance Learning

Learn to use MS PowerPoint for Windows using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes. PowerPoint as a presentation program allows you to create colorful graphics and text slides along with reports for your projects. Familiarity with Windows is required. Software requirement: MS PowerPoint 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15746 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70021

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

MS Word, Core - Distance Learning

Learn to use MS Word for Windows using its convenient pull-down menus. Learn to create, edit, format and print documents; and use paragraphs, page and character formatting commands. Create multiple page documents with tables and desktop publishing. A familiarity with Windows 95 or higher is required. Software requirement: Microsoft Word 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15830 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70022

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

MS Word, Expert - Distance Learning

Learn to use the advanced features of MS Word to produce professionally customized documents. Macros and the advantage of Wizards and templates supported within Word will be covered in depth. Software requirement: Microsoft Word 2000 or 2002. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL70021 MS Word, Core CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15747 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

APPL70023

Photoshop Level 1 - Distance Learning

Using Photoshop, learn the tools and commands of this extremely popular digital imaging program. Topics include: the input of photographic images; selection of specific picture areas for adjustment; use of special tools to control such functions as coloring, blurring, distorting, adding text, combining images, and the basic process of preparing

Fall 2010

the file for outputting to hardcopy. Mandatory chats are required. Software requirements: Photoshop 7.0 or 8.0 full version (not the LE version) and at least 64 MB RAM and 60 MB free hard drive space. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15827 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70024

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Quickbooks, Introduction - Distance Learning

Quickbooks is designed for the small to midsized business owner. Learn how this well-designed program can make it a snap to set up a chart of accounts; reconcile chequing accounts; create and print invoices, receipts and statements; track payables, receivables and inventory; create estimates; and generate reports. Software requirement: Quickbooks 2004 Pro. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15984 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

APPL70026

Simply Accounting - Distance Learning

The ideal accounting application for the small to mid-sized business, Simply Accounting is designed to transfer finances from a paper-based operation into digital form. Build a set of books which includes setting up individual ledger modules; exploring the features which integrate or link the Modules; performing day-to-day accounting activities; and using the report features. Students must have access to their own copy of Simply Accounting Version 2004. Mandatory chats. A basic knowledge of manual bookkeeping is necessary. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15799 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70027

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

Dreamweaver, Advanced - Distance Learning

A continuation of Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring), curriculum is designed for the serious or professional web page designer. Concepts explored include search engine placement, working with templates, JavaScript and behaviours, Custom Cascading Styles, three part rollovers, using library items, extending Dreamweaver and much more. Software requirement: Dreamweaver Mx or greater. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL70010 Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15987 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

APPL70029

$261.39

FrontPage - Distance Learning

Create web pages and learn the fundamental aspects of web page design using MS FrontPage. You will be introduced to HTML, FrontPage Explorer, FrontPage Editor, graphic manipulation and learn to apply these to fundamental marketing and design concepts. Familiarity with Windows and the Internet is required. Software requirement: MS FrontPage 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15745 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$291.39

APPL70032 Windows XP - Distance Learning This current version of the Windows series is designed to make computers user friendly. As an operating system it still requires additional configuration to achieve the full benefits. Review the advantages of this operating system and how to utilize the programs that come with Windows XP. Learn to set up applications for easier access, organize and find files, as well as install software. Take advantage of the communications and multimedia systems available through Windows XP and the Internet. Windows XP and internet access is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15791 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70033

Sep 10   -   -

$281.39

Creating Web Pages with HTML - Distance Learning

Create pages in Hypertext Markup Language, the language of the Internet. Learn how to create, edit and link documents; how to control the text layout using lists, line breaks and tables; and how to add graphics and multimedia to your Web document. Learn how to use forms to collect and control user input; how to create tables and frames; plus how to use JavaScript to add basic scripted features. Students should be familiar with the Internet, browsers, search engines, Web page development and research. Computer requirement: A text editor and Web browser (preferably Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer version 3 or higher). This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16188 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

Continuing Education Calendar

$320.52

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Learn to use Access to produce professional customized database systems and management concepts. Macros and the advantages of the Wizards supported by Access will be covered in depth. Software requirement: Microsoft Access 2000, 2002, or 2003. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL70015 MS Access, Core - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


APPL70034

MS Outlook - Distance Learning

Learn how to communicate with others, manage time, and work more efficiently using Microsoft Outlook. Study the proper email etiquette for sending and receiving electronic mail; how to organize and manage mailboxes, address books, calendars, contact lists, tasks and journals; and how to customize Outlook. Software requirement: MS Outlook 98 or newer. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16187 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

APPL70038

Photoshop Level 2 - Distance Learning

Explore some more advanced concepts of Photoshop. Topics include: preparing images for print, quick mask, blending images together, preparing images for Web use, colour mapping, and using alpha channels. Mandatory chats are required. Software requirements: Photoshop 7.0 or 8.0 full version (not the LE version) and at least 64 MB RAM and 60 MB free hard drive space. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): APPL 70023 Photoshop Level 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16228 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70039

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Software Application Integration - Distance Learning

This course is a must for those working, or looking to work, in a business office environment. Learn how to integrate Microsoft software using Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Learn to copy, paste, link and embed files from one program to another. Learn how to effectively use them together as they are typically used in business. Strong previous knowledge of Word, Access, Excel and PowerPoint required. Software requirement: MS Office XP PRO. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16273 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

APPL70047

$261.39

Project Scheduling Management

Learn to use MS Project 2007, a project management software program, for planning, scheduling, allocating resources and costing to ensure timely completion of your project. Students are required to have a basic understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79001 Project Management, Fundamentals of CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16296 Davis (Bram) 16297 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Sat

APPL70048

Sep 14 Sep 18

7-10 pm 14 9 am-12:30 pm 12

$265.35 $265.35

Geographic Information Systems, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Explore the fundamental concepts and terminology and the role of GIS in business, government, surveying and natural resources. Study the collection, management, analysis and presentation of spatial data as well as concepts of database systems, data modeling and digital mapping. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16318 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

APPL70050

$332.35

GIS ArcView - Distance Learning

Learn to create data in ArcView; to Query and manipulate data; geocode addresses perform Spatial Analyses; produce map outputs and charts. Included with the book is a fully functioning 180-day trial version of ArcView 9 software on CD-ROM with data for the book’s exercises. Computer requirement: Windows NT Version 4, Windows 2000 or Windows XP to install the Version 9 program. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s):APPL70048 Geographic Information Systems, Introduction to (MOINFOCVA03) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16319 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction Create, edit and format documents using Word 2007. Learn how to format, enhance, customize, merge and maintain documents, apply formatting, insert objects, create tables and use SmartArt. Basic Windows skills are required. Students with less than 20nwpm typing speed should register in OADM70000 Computer Basics and Keyboarding. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16395 Davis (Bram) 16396 Davis (Bram) 16397 STC (Oak) 16398 St. Joseph (Miss) 16399 Trafalgar (Oak) 16400* Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Sat Mon&Fri Mon Mon Thu

Sep 15 Sep 18 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 16

7-10 pm 1-4:30 pm 2:30-5:30 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-8 pm

14 12 14 12 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

week. You will also be required to work independently for an additional 1.5 hours/ week (minimum) using your own computer or our general purpose labs to complete the course work. This course is supported by eVista Learning Management System and you will be able to communicate electronically with your instructor and class throughout the course.

APPL70052 Word 2007, Advanced Format and customize documents using Word 2007. Learn to automate and customize formatting, reference and share information, insert special features and references, create specialized tables and indexes, and prepare and protect shared documents. Prerequisite(s): APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16401 Davis (Bram) 16402 STC (Oak) 16403 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Mon&Fri Tue

Sep 16 Nov 5 Sep 14

APPL70053

7-10 pm 2:30-5:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Access 2007, Introduction

Create database tables, queries and filters using Access 2007. Establish relationships between database tables, use Wizards and Help, perform queries and filter records, create forms, reports, mailing labels, and charts, import and export data, as well as create web pages. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16404 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

APPL70055

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Excel 2007, Introduction

Prepare, format, insert formulas and enhance an Excel 2007 worksheet. Produce, maintain and enhance workbooks, move data within and between workbooks, and create a chart. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16405 Davis (Bram) 16406 Davis (Bram) 16407 St. Joseph (Miss) 16408 Trafalgar (Oak) 16409* Trafalgar (Oak) 16410 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Sat Mon Mon Thu Sun

Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 13 Sep 13 Sep 16 Oct 17

6:30-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-8 pm 8:30 am-4 pm

12 12 12 12 14 6

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* Weekly instructor led classes are scheduled in the computer labs for 1.5 hours/ week. You will also be required to work independently for an additional 1.5 hours/ week (minimum) using your own computer or our general purpose labs to complete the course work. This course is supported by eVista Learning Management System and you will be able to communicate electronically with your instructor and class throughout the course.

APPL70056

Excel 2007, Advanced

Learn: advanced formatting; formulas and data management; working with tables and summarizing data; managing and integrating data; using what-if analysis tools; protecting and sharing workbooks; automating repetitive tasks; and importing and exporting data. Prerequisite(s): APPL70055 Excel 2007, Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16411 Davis (Bram) 16412 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Wed

Sep 14 Sep 15

APPL70057

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Powerpoint 2007

Prepare and share a presentation, format slides, add visual elements, share and connect data, and link and embed objects and files. Basic Windows skills are required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16413* Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

8:30 am-10 pm 14

$265.35

* Weekly instructor led classes are scheduled in the computer labs for 1.5 hours/ week. You will also be required to work independently for an additional 1.5 hours/ week (minimum) using your own computer or our general purpose labs to complete the course work. This course is supported by eVista Learning Management System and you will be able to communicate electronically with your instructor and class throughout the course.

APPL70058

ACCPAC General Ledger - Distance Learning

During this 18-hour online course, focus on creating a company, a chart of accounts, entering transactions and producing financial reports using the SAGE ACCPAC Program. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16483 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$190.43

* Weekly instructor led classes are scheduled in the computer labs for 1.5 hours/

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APPL70059

ACCPAC Accounts Payable - Distance Learning

During this 18-hour online course create the ledger setup, adding vendor accounts, daily transaction processing, reports and periodic processing using the SAGE ACCPAC Program. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16484 Online (Ont Learn)   -

$190.43

ACCPAC Accounts Receivable - Distance Learning

During this 18-hour online course build the ledger setup, adding customer accounts, daily transaction processing, reports and periodic processing using the SAGE ACCPAC Program. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16485 Online (Ont Learn)   -

APPL70061

Sep 10   -   -

$190.43

MS Office 2007 Version 12 - Distance Learning

Learn the diverse applications available within the Microsoft Office Professional suite of programs. The Professional suite includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. Examine the basics of each package and how they interact. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16486 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

APPL78012

$332.35

Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals

Apply the Adobe Illustrator software program to a variety of practical applications and processes including, but not limited to, drawing, tracing, editing, and construction techniques. This is a fundamental course that specifically details the use and application of the pen tool, selection tools, and layering functions with Adobe Illustrator. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s):At least one year’s experience on a Macintosh or PC. Some experience using Adobe software would be helpful. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16299 Trafalgar (Oak) 16298 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon&Fri Sat&Sun

Oct 18 Nov 27

APPL78013

7-10 pm 9 am-4 pm

4 2

$300.00 $300.00

Adobe InDesign Fundamentals

Create basic documents importing graphics and text. Become skilled at working with layers, typography, paragraph styles, page layout and longer document construction. Learn how to work with colour and prepare for output. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s):At least one year’s experience on a Macintosh or PC. Some experience using Adobe software would be helpful. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16542 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon&Fri

Sep 27

APPL78014

7-10 pm

4

$300.00

Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals

Develop skills from basic image editing and retouching to making adjustments and combining images with layers. Exercises are geared towards gaining a clear understanding of fundamental issues surrounding file size, resolution and colour and how they relate to preparing images for print and/or the web. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): At least one year’s experience on a Macintosh or PC. Some experience using Adobe software would be helpful. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16300 Trafalgar (Oak) 16301 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon&Fri Sat&Sun

APPL78017

Sep 13 Oct 30

7-10 pm 9 am-4 pm

4 2

$300.00 $300.00

Photoshop for Digital Photography

Study image processing techniques. Become skilled at using several tools for selecting parts of images, along with moving, duplicating and resizing images. Learn to use layers, layer effects, filters, painting, image re-touching restoration and colour modification. Prerequisite(s): APPL78014 Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals and at least one year’s experience on a Macintosh and/or PC. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16304 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Nov 6

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

16305 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Sep 25

APPL78019

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe Photoshop Advanced

Using the skills gained in the Fundamentals and Intermediate courses, learn more about Camera Raw, advanced retouching and adjustments, working with smart objects and displacement maps, as well as developing automated workflows using actions and the latest features of the program. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78018 Adobe Photoshop Intermediate CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16306 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Oct 2

9 am-4 pm

APPL78020

2

$300.00

Adobe Illustrator Advanced

Advance skill levels in Adobe Illustrator by exploring the use and application of transparency, gradient mesh, effects, and filters to design and produce illustrations for graphic communications. 3D artwork, such as isometrics, perspectives, and image mapping are discussed. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78021 Adobe Illustrator Intermediate CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16342 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Dec 11

APPL78021

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe Illustrator Intermediate

Build on skills received in Illustrator Fundamentals, learning more advanced creation and editing techniques including the Live Colour, Pathfinder, Appearance and Transparency functions. Discuss the use of Illustrator in the creation of Web graphics, including exporting to SWF Flash formats. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78012 Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16343 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Dec 4

9 am-4 pm

APPL78022

2

$300.00

Adobe InDesign Advanced

Using the skills gained in the fundamentals and intermediate workshops, learn how to: automate many daily tasks using GREP and nested styles; leverage the more advanced features of Photoshop and Illustrator, and interactivity to exported PDFs. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78026 Adobe InDesign Intrermediate CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16344 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

APPL78024

Oct 23

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe Acrobat Pro Fundamentals

Adobe Acrobat Pro can do a lot more than open and create PDFs. Learn how to combine multiple files into a PDF Portfolio, the many ways to edit existing PDFs, how colaborate in a shared review and much more. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): At least one year’s experience on a Macintosh or PC. Some experience using Adobe software would be helpful. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16465 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Sep 11

APPL78025

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe Acrobat Pro Advanced

Develop the skills gained in the fundamentals course. Add interactivity and rich media (audio, video and Flash content) to your PDFs. Work with forms, signatures and security settings. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78024 Adobe Acrobat Pro Fundamentals CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16499 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Sep 18

APPL78026

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe InDesign Intermediate

Build on skills gained in the fundamentals course. Operate more efficiently in the program using libraries and snippets, object, paragraph and character styles. Learn to work with tables, anchored and inline graphics and much more. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78013 Adobe InDesign Fundamentals CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16498 Trafalgar (Oak)

Fall 2010

Adobe Photoshop Intermediate

Build on skills learned in Photoshop Fundamentals, by examining more efficient ways to edit and retouch images, make more professional adjustments using layers and masks, and utilize more advanced aspects of the program to develop powerful and flexible processes that can fit into any workflow. Instruction may be in a MAC or PC lab. Prerequisite(s): APPL78014 Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Sat&Sun

Oct 16

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9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

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APPL70060

Sep 10   -   -

APPL78018


APPL78027

Adobe Premiere Fundamentals - Video Editing

Focus on the basics of digital editing with Adobe Premiere CS4. Topics include customizing preferences, standard definition and 16:9 widescreen sequence settings, capturing video and audio, importing still images, adding transitions, music, and text, finishing and final output. Photoshop tips catering specifically to video editing will also be covered in this workshop. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16500 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

APPL78028

Nov 13

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Adobe Premiere Intermediate - Video Editing

Examine practical standard definition,16:9 and HD editing. Study the essentials and discover the benefits HD capturing and editing. QuickPRO will be demonstrated and Introduction to After Effects is applied. Learn codec outputs for Web and widescreen TV and HD. Create a personal DVD. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16501 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Nov 20

APPL79000

9 am-4 pm

2

$300.00

Project Management Scheduling Software - Distance Learning

Learn to use a project management software program such as MS Project to assist with the functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation and costing, progress monitoring and reporting. Managing vast amounts of information is both time consuming and limiting when processed manually. Project software which substantially increases the information processing capability of the project manager allows work to be completed more efficiently. Software requirement: MS Project 2000, or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79002 Project Management, Introduction to or MGMT79001 Project Management, Fundamentals of CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15786 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

ARTS10702

$367.82

Drawing, Introduction to

Study classical figure drawing. Draw from life models and explore elements and principles of drawing and composition using traditional methods and materials. Note: Fee includes $60 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16130 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

ARTS70001

7-10 pm

14

$325.35

Art History - Introduction

Study the history of art throughout human history through with slide presentations and discussions group activities, brain storming exercises and gallery visits. Investigate the definition of art, its social, cultural, political and historical significance and art terminology and techniques. This chronological look at the history of art begins with the prehistoric goddess and ends with contemporary art and issues. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15895 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

12

ARTS70002

$229.87

Colour in Fine Art

Develop your knowledge of the general rules and laws of colour. Using a limited palette, familiarize yourself with the use of colour as a basic visual tool of graphic communication. Focusing on colour-mixing and theory, develop an intuitive response in using colour for personal and individual expression. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15898 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

ARTS70003

12

$229.87

Drawing 1 (Fine Arts)

Learn basic drawing skills such as measurement, values, texture, and perspective. Render drawings in pencil, and graphite, using still life and the human figure, to develop both drawing skill (your hand) and visual ability (your eye). Please bring a large sketch pad (18 x 24) and an HB pencil to the first class. Fee includes $60 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15817 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

ARTS70004

9 am-12 pm

12

$289.87

Drawing Painting Transition

Intended as a bridge drawing/painting course and under the guidance of local artist Jorgen Lauritzen, progress in stages from dry media (pencil/conte) to wet (paint) by developing an understanding of light and shadow values as fundamental for painting realistically. Topics include: (Chiaroscuro (light/shadow), composition, materials and corresponding techniques. Studio painting from the live model is complemented with homework assignments in still life, landscape, and portraiture. Fee includes $60 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): ARTS70003 Drawing 1 (Fine Arts) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15758 Trafalgar (Oak)

88

Sat

Sep 18

1-4 pm

12

ARTS70005

Figure Drawing 1

Acquire the necessary skills to represent the human form. Familiarize yourself with contour, shape, foreshortening, motion, and basic anatomy while placing emphasis on spontaneous response and careful observation. Please bring 18 x 22 newsprint, drawing pencils, and a large bulldog clip to the first class. Fee includes $60 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15757 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

ARTS70007

12

$289.87

Painting 1 (Fine Arts)

Learn to paint from a model, still life, and your imagination, and also adapt what you learn to landscape painting. Learn about techniques and artists, with an emphasis on colour, use of paint, composition, personal expression, and experimentation. Fee includes $25 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15998 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

ARTS70008

9 am-12 pm

12

$244.87

Painting 2 - Life Painting

Further develop your practical painting skills and personal direction/expression using water-based oil paint, watercolour, or acrylic paint. Use model studies, lecture/ discussion, studio work, and individual attention to develop these skills. Learn also about the elements and principles of design, methods and use of materials, varied approaches to figure painting, and appreciation of form and surface. Fee includes $60 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): ARTS70007 Painting 1 (Fine Arts) or ARTS14636 Colour Theory, Introduction to (formerly Painting 1 - Art Fundamentals) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15761 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

1-4 pm

12

ARTS70010

$289.87

Portraits

Learn techniques in portraiture in your choice of medium, including water-colour, acrylic, and water-based oil. It is suitable for art students who have some prior experience in drawing and painting but not necessarily in figurative work. Please bring an 11 by 14 drawing pad and drawing pencils to the first class. Fee includes $60 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15762 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

9 am-12 pm

ARTS78016

12

$289.87

Drawing: Studio

Under the guidance of a local artist, this drawing class will allow students to enhance fundamental drawing skills. Incorporated into existing classes, experienced individuals will work at their own pace and on individual themes. Note: Fee includes $60 lab fee CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16352 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

ARTS78022

Sep 18

1-4 pm

12

$328.20

Digital Painting (Imaginism Studios)

Prepare for a career in digital art by learning from an industry professional. Designed by Bobby Chiu, the founder of Imaginism Studios, and taught by Thierry Lafontaine, the studio’s senior artist, cover philosophies and techniques for producing digital paintings, conceptual art, and character designs by applying traditional art skills in the virtual environment of Adobe Photoshop. Note: Previous familiarity with Adobe Photoshop would be helpful but not necessary. Students will be required to bring their own Wacom tablet to class. Visit the website at www.imaginismstudios.com CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16435 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 28

7-10 pm

ARTS78023

9

$442.60

Painting: Studio

Under the guidance of a local artist, this painting class will allow students to enhance fundamental painting skills. Incorporated into an existing class, experienced individuals will work at their own pace and on individual themes. Fee includes $60 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16436 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

ATDN70002

1-4 pm

12

$328.20

Special Event Planning

Design floral arrangements, centerpieces and create overall themes for a variety of special events using existing knowledge of display and colour. Independently and in groups, learn the logistics of planning, organizing, executing and evaluating events. Focus on corporate, charitable and personal events. Create a personal resource book with sources for talent, guest speakers, venues, prop rentals, supply rentals and caterers etc. Learn how to write a proposal including costs and concept boards. Note: Plan to spend $75-100 on materials. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16527 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

8

$158.91

$289.87

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BIOL14108

Human Biology

16535 Davis (Bram)

Wed

BIOL19207

Sep 15

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Structure and Function of the Human Body

Develop a strong knowledge of biology as it applies to human health. Topics include the integumentary, musculoskeletal, digestive, urinary, endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, nervous and reproductive systems. Emphasis is placed on the interrelationship of structure and function within the human body. Growth, development and genetics will be discussed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16242 Davis (Bram)

Wed

BIOL70000

Sep 15

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Biology, Preparatory - Distance Learning

Gain the necessary background in biology to enter the first year of a Certificate or Diploma program which requires a current knowledge of biology. Study how the body is structured from the cellular component to the relationship of its body systems. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16258 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

BUSM12272

$314.61

Entrepreneurship: Do It!

Entrepreneurship in Canada is growing. The simple fact is that full-time job opportunities are less available. Increased numbers of people are faced with marketing their skills on a sub-contract basis or starting a new venture of their own. Take this course to explore the possibility of becoming your own boss. Assess your entrepreneurial potential, personal business opportunities and strategies for beginning a business of your own. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15859 Davis (Bram) 15860 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Tue

Sep 15 Sep 14

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

BUSM13551

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

The Professional Edge

Investigate theories and behavioural development to increase personal and professional effectiveness, particularly in the North American environment. The modules include: self-awareness and personal operating styles; theories of leadership and working in groups and teams; theories of communication, the impact of ethnicity, gender and age on communications processes; adapting to corporate cultures and personal image management strategies such as networking and working in diverse corporate cultures. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16289 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

BUSM70002

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Business Law - Distance Learning

Gain an introduction to legal concepts and principles, which shall be of assistance in a business career. Study how law is created and how law is administered. Topics include the court system, civil rights and constitution, civil and criminal procedures, and general rules of Tort Law and Contract Law. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15972 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70003

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Entrepreneurship - Distance Learning

Understand the disposition, concepts and skills necessary to express entrepreneurial spirit in the form of a business. An examination of an entrepreneur and entrepreneurship will be supplemented by an examination of the expression of entrepreneurs in the business world. Contemporary expressions of entrepreneurism and intrepreneurism, their contribution to the economy, their role in the changing workplace, and their role in global business will also be explored. Complete an entrepreneurial business plan in stages throughout the course. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15977 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70004

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

including unemployment, inflation and economic growth. As well, evaluate government use of fiscal and monetary policy to deal with these problems. The impact of macroeconomics on students’ civic, working and personal lives is explored. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15825 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

BUSM70005

$356.07

Payroll Administration

Become familiar with payroll practices and procedures. Identify taxable/non-taxable earnings and benefits. Use Revenue Canada tables and manual systems to calculate statutory and non-statutory deductions. Learn how to prepare records of employment, termination forms, remittances to government agencies, payroll accounting forms, and year-end procedures. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15841 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

BUSM70006

Sep 16

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Payroll Administration - Distance Learning

Examine the following topics: maintaining payroll records for salaried and hourly employees; commission and contract workers; taxable benefits, statutory and other deductions; preparation of payroll journal entries; preparation of Record of Employment; preparation of T4’s and T4 Summary; Workers’ Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized Payroll. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70001 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15983 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70008

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Microeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning

Explore Microeconomics: the economic problem; production, specialization and exchange; demand and supply; elasticity; markets in action; production and costs; perfect competition; monopoly; monopolistic competition and oligopoly; distribution of income and wealth. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15826 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

BUSM70011

$350.09

Statistics - Distance Learning

This is an introductory course in statistics. Topics include: introduction to statistics; organization and graphing of data; measures of location; measures of variation; probability distributions; sampling distributions; confidence intervals; hypothesis testing; statistical process control; Chi-square distribution; regression and correlation. The software package Minitab is used (bundled with text). Familiarity with 1st year College Mathematics is required. Computer requirement: Windows 98, Pentium or better, 32 MB RAM, Double speed CD, 8-bit sound card, QuickTime compatible. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16230 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70012

Sep 10   -   -

$415.13

Ethical Issues in Business - Distance Learning

An introduction to the study of Ethics and the case study method; cases will be drawn from real business situations. Using a combination of research papers and case studies, students will be required to discuss the cases, papers and solutions in class. Mandatory chats and group work. Software requirements: MS Word 2000. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16263 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70014

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Age Wave, Demographics and Business Impact

“Baby Boomers, more than any other demographic group, will shape the future of the marketplace. They are in control and for decades to come... Boomers will age but they won’t get old.” Source: “Generation Ageless; “J. Walker Smith & Ann Clurman. New York: HarperCollings. 2007 Population aging is the one of the most significant influences in the business world today, creating both opportunities and challenges for both public and private sectors. An understanding of the global demographic projections is the primary platform through which situations and scenarios will be examined. Explore the implications of the ‘age wave’ on a range of industry sectors, and the role of the mature worker and emerging industries. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16468 Online (Sheridan)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$265.35

Macroeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning

Learn the principles essential to understanding contemporary macroeconomic issues. Emphasis is placed on the use of economic models to analyze economic developments accurately and objectively. Examine the macroeconomic problems facing society

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This introductory course is for students interested in pursuing further education in a health sciences/services related field. Topics covered include basic anatomical and directional terminology; fundamental concepts and principles of cell biology, histology; the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems; special senses; and the endocrine system. Emphasis is placed on the interrelationship of structure and function and on the human body as a living, homeostatic organism. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


` BUSM70015

Marketing to the Mature Consumer

“The growth of the older population will continue for the next 20 years. Traditional concepts about aging no longer apply. It’s time for all of us to rethink and rebrand what growing older means today in our country.” Source: Boomerwatch.ca, Outdated Mindset by Lina Ko. This course is designed to prepare the business community for the rapidly growing and lucrative opportunity of the mature consumer market. Businesses that embrace this demographic shift by understanding the psychographics of this diverse market segment will truly reap the benefits. Prerequisite(s): BUSM70014 Age Wave: Demographics and Business Impact CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16469 Online (Sheridan)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$265.35

BUSM70016 The New Norm: Work, Retirement and Caregiving Policies “As the population and workforce age, governments will have to examine how the growing number of elderly will impart the design and mix of services...and delivery channels.” Source: “Serving the Aging Citizen” Deloitte Research-Public sectors (2007) Aging consumers represent the largest global business opportunity in marketing history. However, good policy and practice is essential to harnessing future economic opportunities. Discuss the impact of current local, national, and international policy and practice on three major policy drivers significant for older adults: work, retirement, and caregiving. Prerequisite(s): BUSM70014 Age Wave: Demographics and Business Impact CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16470 Online (Sheridan)   -

BUSM70018

Sep 10   -   -

$265.35

Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Receive the tools and skills necessary to devise an effective marketing plan for their small business. Undertake relevant research and assemble a defensible marketing plan. This course is offered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16487 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70019

Sep 10   -   -

$500.53

Small Business Financial Management - Distance Learning

Prepare to assume a role as entrepreneur, acting as a general manager, as opposed to an accounting technician or a financial specialist. Develop a broad understanding of accounting and financial management concepts and terminologies assisting in the starting and operating of a small business. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): BUSM70018 Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Introduction to CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16488 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70020

Sep 10   -   -

$415.13

Small Business Operations and Legal Issues - Distance Learning

Study forms of business ownership, location strategies, the home-based business. Also learn about government assistance, licensing requirements, inventory planning, recruitment and selection of employees and human resources legislation issues. This course is offered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s) BUSM70018 Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Introduction to - DL CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16489 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM70021

Sep 10   -   -

$415.13

Environmental Policy and Economics - Distance Learning

As an analytic tool environmental economics deals with concepts like efficiency, trade-offs, costs and benefits. It can measure incentives for maintaining damaging behaviors as well as predict the economic desirability of changing them. It is the role of environmental policy to assess the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of any proposed legislation, be it emission caps or carbon taxes. In formulating policy, governments must consider the fairness of policy impacts, the economic incentives for innovation and the enforceability of proposed regulations. Making use of many current Canadian examples, gain an understanding of this complex part of the environmental equation. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16490 Online (Ont Learn)   -

90

Sep 10   -   -

BUSM78012

Canadian Customs Procedures Part One

Study the basic import and export procedures as related to Canadian Customs Rules and Regulations. Examine the various Acts related to the Customs Act in terms of complying with Canadian Customs regulations. Analyze and complete various Customs forms and documents and discuss in detail the Customs, Customs Tariff, SIMA, Excise, Excise Tax and the Import-Export Act. Learn how to compute Customs and Excise duties and file refunds in regards to specific shipments. Detailed attention will be paid to sections 44-56 of the Customs Act. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16383 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

BUSM78014

Sep 18

8:30 am-12 pm 12

$380.01

International Freight Forwarding, Introduction to Part One

Analyze the concepts of international documentation; movement of cargo; analysis of freight charges; calculation of freight charges; various modes of transportation; Canadian and international rules in regards to international transportation and freight forwarding; CIFFA rules and regulations; international movement of dangerous goods; commercial banking settlements and the role of the freight forwarder; and specific case studies in regards to international freight forwarding. Based on the CIFFA module, examine and analyze the various international conventions stipulating the rules and regulations of international traffic and transportation and international freight forwarding. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16384 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

BUSM79001

Sep 18

12:30-4 pm

12

$380.01

Continuous Improvement Process

Become familiar with the concepts, terms and methods used by today’s industry to pursue continuous improvement tools such as ISO 9000, benchmarking, lean systems and problem solving. Designed for supervisors, a project relevant to their work environment will allow students an opportunity to combine theory and practice. Mandatory chats and group work are involved. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15749 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM79002

Sep 10   -

-

$485.69

Coaching and Developing People - Distance Learning

The coaching and developing of people, in order to encourage their ongoing learning process, is a necessity and a crucial component in today’s rapidly changing workplace. As each team player takes on the role of coach, new skills will be developed to enhance a lifelong learning environment in this dynamic environment. The basic skills of communication, coaching, conflict management and performance evaluation will be developed, together with an understanding of adult learning, training, development, and delegation by empowerment. Mandatory chats and group work are involved. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15751 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM79003

Sep 10   -   -

$485.69

Developing Effective Teams

Learn how people in teams function and how teams evolve. Develop skills in building, leading and facilitating teamwork with particular attention to group problem-solving skills. Topics include: reviewing which leadership style(s) is effective for team leaders and when it would be appropriate to use it; behaviours, phases, needs, issues, goals and responsibilities of a team and its members; problem solving process with reference to different levels of thinking, patterns and hindrances of this thinking process; techniques and strategies for effectively dealing with meeting and facilitating groups; and translating team solutions into action at the senior management level. This course is part of the Manufacturing Leadership Certificate program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15750 Online (Ont Learn)   -

BUSM79004

Sep 10   -

-

$485.69

Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry - Distance Learning

Effective supervision is very challenging. The successful supervisor needs a wide range of specialized skills: you must manage time well, communicate effectively, handle customer relations, measure work appropriately and ensure compliance with complex government legislation. This course will help you develop these skills and an awareness of the multi-faceted approach to leadership demanded in the modern business environment. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15725 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$485.69

$332.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


BUSM79008

Payroll Compliance Legislation

BUSM79700

Mortgage Agent Program

Study all the Mortgage Agent Qualifying Standards (MAQs) identified by the regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO). This course provides those wishing to become licensed Mortgage Agents in Ontario an understanding of the mortgage brokerage industry and an ability to perform the Agent’s role in the mortgage application process. Examine the legislation which governs the industry; the role of the Agent in consumer protection; and ethical decision-making. This 45-hour subject meets FSCO’s educational requirements for licensing as a Mortgage Agent. Students who successfully complete this course must be hired by a mortgage broker who applies to the regulator, FSCO, for their mortgage agent license. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

16284 Davis (Bram) 16285 Trafalgar (Oak)

16415 Davis (Bram) Sat 16414 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

Thu Wed

Sep 16 Sep 15

BUSM79009

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

14 14

$580.35 $580.35

Payroll Fundamentals 1

This course is the second requirement in the CPA’s CPM certification. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: calculate regular individual pay; calculate non-regular individual pay; calculate termination payments; complete a Record of Employment (ROE); and communicate all aspects of individual pay requirements to various stakeholders. Course fee includes CPA materials ($100) and CPA examination fee ($200) Prerequisite(s): BUSM79008 Payroll Compliance Legislation CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16338 Davis (Bram) 16339 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Tue

Sep 16 Sep 14

BUSM79010

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

14 14

$580.35 $580.35

Payroll Fundamentals 2

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: calculate organizational remittances to federal, provincial and third party stakeholders; prepare accounting documentation for payroll; complete year end documentation; communicate all aspects of organizational remittances, accounting and year end requirements to internal, external and government stakeholders.Course fee includes CPA materials ($100) and CPA examination fee ($200) Prerequisite(s): BUSM79009 Payroll Fundamentals 1, ACCG16971 Accounting 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16340 Davis (Bram) 16341 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Thu

Sep 14 Sep 16

BUSM79011

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

14 14

$580.35 $580.35

Payroll Management Practices

Prepare to contribute to organizational and strategic planning within a payroll environment. Discussions will centre on: best practices, benchmarking measurements, payroll’s significance within an organization’s structure, assess and apply project management processes. Communicate and present payroll strategic changes, business cases and recommendations. Note: This course includes the fee for CPA materials and CPA Exam. Prerequisite(s): BUSM79012 Payroll Management Processes, HRMT70015 Organizational Behaviour, HRMT70002 Compensation and Benefits, ACCG70011 Financial and Managerial Accounting CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16359 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

BUSM79012

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$580.35

Payroll Management Processes

Receive instructions on how to make decisions; supervise and manage; and contribute a payroll perspective to organizational policy and strategy discussions regarding project management process, disaster recovery planning and implementation; the CPA way of legislative monitoring, risk analysis, measurement and management; payroll and HRIS systems planning and implementation and expatriate, inpatriate payroll implications. Note: Course fees includes CPA materials and the CPA examination fee. Prerequisite(s): BUSM790010 Payroll Fundamentals 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16360 Davis (Bram) 16361 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Wed

BUSM79013

Sep 14 Sep 15

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

14 14

$580.35 $580.35

The Business of Tomorrow - MLCP

Learn to adapt to changes the manufacturing supervisor must deal with in relation to a geo-political or global economy and a dynamic workplace with a diversified mosaic workforce. Discuss the impacts from global competitors, implementing change as well as a commitment to continuous learning. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16391 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -   -

$485.69

BUSM79801

Sep 18 Sep 16

9 am-4 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

7 14

$371.23 $371.23

Principles and Practice of Insurance

Introduce yourself to the concept of risk and learn how insurance deals with it. This course is the foundation of your CIP studies. Study the basic concepts and language of insurance; the legal context of insurance; and the participant in the industry and their relationship to each other. Specific types of insurance are not discussed. The principles you learn here underlie every situation you will encounter in insurance, and every policy and course you will study. We strongly recommend that you take this course first. Regardless it must be one of the first four courses taken. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15691 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

Sep 15

BUSM79802

6:30-9:30 pm

12

$229.87

Automobile Insurance - Part 1

Learn about legislation related to automobile insurance and policies and/or regulations, concentrating mostly on personal coverage. In this detailed study of automobile insurance in Canada, discover the different provincial approaches to automobile insurance and some of the problems related to it. Delve in detail into owners’ policies or coverages specific to Ontario. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15694 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon

BUSM79804

Sep 13

6:30-9:45 pm

11

$229.87

Insurance Against Liability - Part 1

To understand liability insurance, you must know something first of the law and the Canadian legal system, and the differences between the common law and the Civil Code of Quebec. Learn about the legal principles that affect liability insurance. Find out how people become liable to each other and see how this liability may be insured or why it cannot be insured. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15693 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue

Sep 14

BUSM79805

6:30-9:30 pm

12

$229.87

Insurance On Property

An introduction to property insurance, this course lays the foundation for all types of property insurance, then discusses the perils, clauses and limitations in the most common personal lines policies. Learn how policies develop with unique perils, clauses and limitations to suit changing needs. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15692 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

Sep 16

BUSM79806

6:30-9:30 pm

12

$229.87

Business of Insurance

You now have a basic technical knowledge of risks and the insurance of risks. Take this course and consider the business of insurance. Learn about its peculiarities, problems and possible solutions. Develop your own ideas, think for yourself about your profession, and to keep current on industry issues. This course should be one of your last three courses. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of 7 other CIP courses. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15696 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

Sep 15

Continuing Education Calendar

6:30-9:30 pm

12

$229.87

91

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Learn about the payroll compliance responsibilities that affect organizations. Also develop knowledge to comprehend payroll legislation, and to effectively communicate these to all stakeholders. This course provides students with the payroll-related legislation affecting organizations as well as the tools to find information and apply that information to different scenarios in relation to individual pay. Course fee includes CPA materials ($100) and CPA examination fee ($200). Prerequisite(s): None, although a thorough understanding of mathematical principles and a proficiency in English communication will increase the probability of success in this course. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


BUSM79823

Insurance - Basic Broker Registration (General Lines)

Acquire the skills required of insurance brokers by the Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO). Learn about insurance principles; personal auto insurance; commercial, habitational and liability coverages; travel insurance; insurance law; and the RIB Act, Regulations and By-laws. This course is recommended for those wishing to obtain their RIBO Level 1 (under supervision) Licence. It is equivalent to the 10-day course offered by the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario at the School of Insurance. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15695 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon&Wed Sep 20

BUSM79827

6:30-9:30 pm

22

$657.39

Insurance Broker and Agent, Essential Skills for the

An overview of insurance business practices from the broker’s perspective focusing on the personal lines clients and small commercial risks. This course will be especially useful to the junior broker. Develop insight into the skills a typical broker uses to perform effectively. Follow a risk from initial contact with the client through the evaluation and application process, to binding and policy documents. Review the major product lines and common policy transactions handled by brokers. Note: Textbooks must be purchased directly from the Insurance Institute. Exam fees are also payable to the Insurance Institute and are not included in the fee below. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16184 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue

Sep 14

6:30-9:30 pm

CADD79001

12

$229.87

AutoCAD - Level 1

Examine the basic principles and operations of AutoCAD 2011, including: the AutoCAD Interface and workspaces; AutoCAD 2-D drawing, editing and viewing commands and concepts; layers, colours, lineweights and linetypes; creating text, dimensioning and hatching; using blocks; basic plotting. Prerequisite(s): An understanding of basic drafting terms is required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15673 Davis (Bram) 15674 Davis (Bram) 15675 Davis (Bram) 15676 Davis (Bram) 15677 Davis (Bram) 15678 Davis (Bram)

Tue&Thu Sat Thu&Fri Sat Tue&Thu Sat

Sep 14 Sep 18 Sep 23 Oct 23 Nov 2 Nov 6

7-10 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 7-10 pm 8:30 am-4 pm

CADD79002

10 4 4 4 10 4

$487.69 $487.69 $487.69 $487.69 $487.69 $487.69

AutoCAD - Level 2

Receive a brief review of AutoCAD 2011 2-D commands. The review is followed by a hands-on approach to intermediate AutoCAD concepts and features to enhance productivity. Topics include: drawing prototypes; drawing standards, layers, dimensions and dimension styles; intermediate level usage of blocks; External References (XREFs); introduction to attributes and data extraction; advanced paper space and model space concepts (layouts); intermediate file management and plotting techniques; CAD customization. Prerequisite(s): CADD79001 AutoCAD - Level 1, or a working knowledge of AutoCAD 2-D drawing and editing. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15679 Davis (Bram) 15680 Davis (Bram) 15681 Davis (Bram) 15682 Davis (Bram) 15683 Davis (Bram)

Mon&Wed Sep 13 Sat Sep 18 Thu&Fri Oct 14 Sat Oct 30 Tue&Thu Nov 2

7-10 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 8:30 am-4 pm 7-10 pm

CADD79003

10 4 4 4 10

$487.69 $487.69 $487.69 $487.69 $487.69

AutoCAD - Level 3

Concentrate on productivity enhancement. Study advanced-level AutoCAD commands, the drawing database, and data extraction. Topics include: basic 3-D concepts and commands; the AutoCAD database system; productivity enhancement; tips and tricks; interfacing with third-party software; Windows OLE, cut, paste and compound document creation and editing using AutoCAD and Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word, Powerpoint); 3-D modelling and 2-D drawing. Prerequisite(s): CADD79002 AutoCAD - Level 2, or equivalent experience CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15702 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Nov 27

CADD79008

8:30 am-4 pm

4

$487.69

Autodesk Inventor R3 Essential

Learn how parts and assemblies can be created using Autodesk Inventor. Inventor basics such as creating sketches, part modeling, and creating and editing sheet metal parts are introduced. Additional topics include: the Inventor interface; sketching tools and constraints; creating feature based parts; creating assemblies; creating drawings from parts and assemblies; driven parts; adaptive design. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15752 Davis (Bram)

92

Mon&Wed Sep 20

7-10 pm

10

$532.69

CADD79026

Autodesk Revit - Level 1

Revit is a Building Information Modeler. Study the basics of Autodesk Revit Building, from Building Design through construction documentation. Examine the concepts of Building Information Modeling and the tools for parametric design and documentation. Use both imperial and metric hands-on exercises representing real-world design scenarios. Topics include: Basic Revit concepts; The Revit user interface; Projects; Views and Visibility; Designing with components; walls, doors, windows, floors; Creating drawing sheets and schedules. Prerequisite(s): Good drafting knowledge and familiarity with computers. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16287 Davis (Bram)

Mon&Wed Nov 1

7-10 pm

CERM70002

10

$532.69

Ceramics: Throwing

In this beginner’s course on wheel throwing, you learn wedging and centering on the wheel. Use one-to-one instruction to focus on individual abilities. Take part in class demonstrations on cylinder making and forms derived from cylinders, as well as glazing as it applies to thrown ware. Fee includes $65 materials fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15800 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

CERM78001

12

$294.87

Ceramics Studio

Work on individual projects using Sheridan’s excellent ceramics studio space. Incorporated into existing classes, experienced individuals will work at their own pace and have access to technical assistance. Handbuild, throw, use glazes and access a reduction kiln. Note: Students must be pre-approved by calling Program Coordinator Robert Diemert at 905-845-9430, ext. 2659. Fee includes $65 materials fee. Prerequisite(s): CERM70001 Ceramics for Beginners, CERM70002 Ceramics: Throwing or equivalent experience CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15949 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

CHEM11733

7-10 pm

12

$368.83

Introductory Chemistry

Gain a fundamental background in chemistry as it applies to industry, health and environmental issues. Topics include the nature of matter, qualitative analysis, chemical calculations, electro chemistry and organic chemistry. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16053 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

CHEM17370

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Introductory Chemistry 1

Gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts, principles and biological applications of Chemistry. Topics include: a study of matter, chemical bonding, atomic theory, chemical equilibrium, oxidation-reducintion, solutions, acids and bases and introduction to organic and biochemistry. Focus on both qualitative and quantitative perspectives. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16363 Davis (Bram)

Thu

CHEM70000

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Chemistry, Preparatory - Distance Learning

Develop the necessary background in chemistry to allow you to enter the first year of a Certificate or Diploma program which requires a current knowledge of chemistry. Topics include: mathematics, measurement and units; matter, classification; atomic structure; periodic table; chemical bonding; chemical nomenclature; calculations using chemical formulae; chemical equations; calculations from chemical equations; the states of matter: gases, liquids and solids; solutions; acids, bases and salts; and equilibrium. Mandatory postings to Discussion Board are required. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16257 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

COMM12423

$379.65

Business Communication

Study formal and informal business communication formats including letters, memos and business presentations in this introductory course. Learn to apply these formats choosing methods and appropriate technologies to communicate effectively to a variety of purposes and audiences. Develop attitudes, skills and knowledge necessary for success in the business world. Note: Access to the internet is required. Note: COMM12423 and COMM28883 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15877 Davis (Bram) 15878 Davis (Bram) 15879 Davis (Bram) 15880 Davis (Bram) 15881 Davis (Bram)

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Mon Tue Wed Thu Sat

Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 18

6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm

12 14 14 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Fall 2010


15875 STC (Oak) 15876 St. Joseph (Miss) 15882 Trafalgar (Oak) 15883 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue&Thu Tue Wed Thu

Sep 14 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 16

COMM16117

2:30-5:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm 6-9:30 pm

14 14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Professional Relationship Skills

16122 Davis (Bram) Mon 16121 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16123 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 15

6:30-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

COMM17935

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Public Speaking

Present with fun and power! Improve your oral communication through speaking projects of many types - and through competent, caring, and creative feedback and speech coaching. Classes are fun, interactive, and geared to practicing your skills in a supportive and rewarding environment. Your oral assignments emphasize applying these skills in your personal and work life. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16107 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

COMM19997

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Basic Communication Skills

Basic Communication Skills emphasizes academic writing skills, grammar and punctuation skills, vocabulary skills and reading strategies. All skills learned in the course prepare students for COMM19998 or COMM19999. Use prewriting strategies, outlining, editing and revising skills to plan and write effective paragraphs culminating in clear and organized detailed essay outlines. In addition, learn and practise a reading strategy to assist in reading, comprehending and taking clear notes from college level textbooks. Note: Basic keyboarding skills are required to complete in-class assignments. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16330 Davis (Bram) Thu 16329 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16331 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Sep 16 Sep 15 Sep 16

COMM19998

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Communication Strategies

Develop the practical language skills that are fundamental to both college studies and future employment. These skills include reading for information; writing for specific audiences and for a variety of purposes; speaking clearly and proficiently; and analyzing and evaluating research sources appropriate to program studies. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16328 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

COMM19999

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Essential Communication Skills

Develop transferable communication skills required for both academic and professional success: writing, reading, speaking, presenting, listening and visual literacy. Become familiar with various writing styles. Course work provides opportunities for students to read, analyze and practice a variety of structures and formats. Note: Basic keyboarding skills are required to complete in-class assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Prerequisite(s): COMM78015 Communications Skills Assessment with appropriate placement score or COMM19997 Basic Communication Skills CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16250 Davis (Bram) 16251 Davis (Bram) 16252 Davis (Bram) 16246 STC (Oak) 16249 St. Joseph (Miss) 16248 St. Joseph (Miss) 16247 St. Joseph (Miss) 16254 Trafalgar (Oak) 16253 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Thu Sat Wed Tue Wed Thu Tue Sat

Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 15 Sep 14 Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 14 Sep 18

7-10 pm 7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm 2:30-5:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 1-4:30 pm

14 14 12 14 14 14 14 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Reports and Presentations

Develop effective business communication skills (research, writing and speaking) to use in the challenging task of business reporting. Working individually, each student has the opportunity to conduct research into a business problem and create a formal report through the various stages from problem statement to professionally bound formal report. Note: COMM12423 and COMM28883 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. Prerequisite(s): COMM12423 Business Communications CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15814 Davis (Bram) 15815 Davis (Bram) 15813 St. Joseph (Miss) 15816 Trafalgar (Oak)

COMM70003

Thu Sat Mon Wed

7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Business Writing Strategies-Distance Learning

Prepare to write basic business correspondence, resumes, short reports and promotional materials. The writing and organizing skills developed in this course are useful to students in college-level courses as well as in the workplace. Software requirement: MS Word and PowerPoint. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15968 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70004

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Researching and Reporting - Distance Learning

Develop communication skills through hands-on application. Choose examples related to individual careers or from sample assignments. Participants define a problem, collect research using print sources, the Internet, interviews and questionnaires, and present their findings in reports. Students must participate in at least one chat. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15783 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70007

Sep 10   -   -

$314.61

Electronic Communication and The Internet

Explore Outlook components; create and send email messages; maintain address book lists; manage a personal address book; and create a signature. Schedule appointments and events; schedule meetings and resources; respond to meeting requests; plan a meeting; update meeting attendees; and manually track responses. Create and update tasks, and create and modify journal entries. Search the Web for information and employ search strategies. Plan and build your Web page. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16209 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 18

8:30 am-12 pm 12

$265.35

COMM70011 Writing Grammatically - Distance Learning Examine the rules of English grammar in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow manner. Beginning with a review of parts of speech, the course provides an in-depth explanation of sentence structuring and culminates in a practical review of paragraphing. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15967 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

COMM70013 Writing Romance Fiction - Distance Learning Are you a romantic at heart? Explore the art and craft of writing for the romance fiction market. Through examples and exercises, develop skills for creating plots, wonderful settings, real characters, and satisfying romances. Use structure and plot, setting, dialogue, scenes, pacing and emotions to hook your reader. Participants will be encouraged to prepare their work for publication in this unique and exciting field. Participate in individual and group projects, prepare a synopsis of a romance novel for evaluation, and make a presentation on a romance novel from a writer’s point of view. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16193 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70014

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Grammar for Writing Professionals - Distance Learning

Potential editors, writers and proofreaders will find this course helpful. Gain a thorough knowledge of the editing and proofreading process. Gain experience recognizing and correcting errors in accordance with accepted Canadian standards. The importance of working as part of an editing team to help produce acceptable fulllength manuscripts is emphasized. Topics include: producing edited copy demonstrating skill in correcting a variety of punctuation errors and word choice; the importance of editing for consistency; and using style guides. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16192 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 13 Sep 15

Sep 10   -   -

Continuing Education Calendar

$350.09

93

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Examine a basic theoretical foundation through which to view yourself and others. Expect to develop thinking and problem-solving skills within the context of intrapersonal, social and emotional awareness. Topics include self concepts, effective communication, assertiveness, conflict resolution, and stress management. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

COMM28883


COMM70016 Writing for Publication - Distance Learning

COMM78002 Writing Sales Material - Distance Learning

Explore creative writing and the publishing process. Learn the various steps of manuscript preparation, including conferencing, editing and proofreading. Topics include: identifying markets, analyzing publications, brainstorming ideas for publishable articles, and approaching an editor; defining the structure and technique of short fiction and writing a polished short story; identifying key elements in writing for children and writing an acceptable children’s story; and the fundamentals of poetry and producing a polished poem. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Examine the craft of persuasive writing applied to sales letters and promotional material. Learn to analyze the logical and rhetorical structure of effective sales material and to apply similar strategies to your own persuasive writing projects. The media’s use of literary techniques such as allusion and irony will be examined and students will practice the use of such techniques in persuading target audiences. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

16191 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

COMM70018 Writing Short Stories - Distance Learning Are you an aspiring story writer? Character development, narrative unity and plot construction are explored by analyzing selected short stories and participating in writing exercises. Follow a step-by-step approach to producing a story suitable for publication. The process of submission for publication, as well as the various opportunities for publication, will be examined. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16203 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70019

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

English 1 - Distance Learning

Develop practical strategies to enhance your opportunities for success in the dynamic world of business. Compose routine and specialized requests, orders, claims, acceptances and rejections and information reports using real life examples that are typically found in today’s workplace. Acquire techniques for effective presentations, sharpen research skills, and assess communication skills using tools for appraising your own performance. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16223 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70020

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

English 2 - Distance Learning

Investigate challenging communication problems that require collecting information, solving problems and making decisions. Prepare analytical reports, sales and promotional materials, proposals, and job search documents. These critical elements of business communications will be studied with an emphasis on clear reporting techniques and powerful persuasive strategies. Also generate presentations supported by technology and assess individual communication skills in the context of career demands. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): COMM70019 English 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16224 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

COMM70026 What in the World is Going On? - Distance Learning Everyday the TV or the newspaper front page confronts us with people, places and issues from around the world. Every story has a background: cultural, religious, political, or economic. Without this background it is hard to make informed judgments. This course explores the main international news stories. Focus on research, current events and the effectiveness of the media. Learn to discern between reliable and unreliable information, and apply standards of logic and bias that will determine how that information is assimilated. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16231 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM70029

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Technical Communications - Distance Learning

This course includes various technical writing problems that challenge the learner to generate practical solutions that are clear, focused and expressed in appropriate style. Develop the sound thinking and planning skills that are fundamental to communicating successfully in technical fields. The computer will be used for online research, collaboration with other learners and formatting technical information to industry standards using text and graphics. Mandatory group work. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16274 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

COMM70030 Writing for Publication II - Distance Learning Focus on the publishing process with emphasis on the Canadian magazine trade. Develop ideas into acceptable compositions and approach suitable publishers. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): COMM70016 Writing for Publication 1 (WRIT1069) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16325 Online (Ont Learn)   -

94

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

16255 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

COMM78003 Writing a Business Manual - Distance Learning Learn how to write clear, concise, context-specific descriptive prose that will enable the student to produce effective descriptions, instructions and manuals. A projectplanning approach to determining sections, headings, page layout and packaging will be used to develop coherent, complete projects. The process of technical document production will be examined in terms of audience analysis, the incorporation of visuals, and collaborative writing. Students will complete a business manual suitable for use as a company handbook of operational policies, responsibilities and procedures. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16269 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

COMM78004 Writing a Marketing Plan - Distance Learning Preparing a marketing plan forces you to assess what’s going on in your marketplace and how it affects your business. This course provides the fundamental skills and templates required to complete a comprehensive and practical Marketing Plan. Focus on the core concepts required to address product positioning, pricing, promotion, and place of distribution. This course provides a blue-print with easy-to-use templates which can be applied to any marketing plan. Turning the templates into a plan becomes a simple writing exercise. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16270 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

COMM78005 Writing for the Web - Distance Learning Study the increasingly influential area of Web-writing. Learn to consider the particular nature of Web readership and the implications this has for writing style and document design. Elements of style to be considered include being concise, objective, and persuasive in an Internet/html context. Content will be explained in terms of its integration with graphics and effective page layout. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16271 Online (Ont Learn)   -

COMM78015

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

Communication Skills Assessment

This assessment is mandatory for all Continuing Education students intending to register in either COMM19997 Basic Communication Skills or COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills. Based on the results of this one-hour assessment of your writing skills you will be advised of the placement in the appropriate Communications course for your skill level. Once you have received your assessment results, you must register in the appropriate course, either COMM19997 Basic Communication Skills or COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills. The fee for this assessment is non-refundable. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16513 Davis (Bram) 16514 Davis (Bram) 16515 Davis (Bram) 16516 Davis (Bram) 16517 Davis (Bram) 16386 STC (Oak) 16387 STC (Oak)

Wed Sat Mon Wed Sat Tue Tue

COMM79901

Sep 8 Sep 11 Dec 6 Dec 8 Dec 11 Sep 7 Dec 7

7-8 pm 9-10 am 7-8 pm 7-8 pm 9-10 am 7-8 pm 7-8 pm

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

$25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00 $25.00

Communication and Professional Practices

Develop the oral and written communication skills, and learn the reporting requirements and proper conduct required of a professional in the home inspection industry. The professional home inspector is required, both verbally and in writing, to describe the inspection process and communicate inspection findings to the client. It is imperative that the home inspector be able to communicate clearly and effectively to ensure understanding of an inspection, once conducted. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15906 Online (Ont Learn)   - 15905 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Sep 10   - Sep 16 7-10 pm

- 8

$490.35 $490.35

Fall 2010


COSM13314

Hair Styling for Cosmetics

Employ basic hair styling techniques for the make-up artist, that can be used at photo shoots, weddings and fashion shows. Learn structure and function of the hair, blow drying techniques, use of various styling tools and products, updos and braiding. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16294 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

$265.35

Make-up Techniques 1

Learn style techniques and make-up application methods, with an emphasis on subtle, skillful applications. Note: You are required to purchase a make-up kit from Sheridan (approx. $400). Fee includes $30 materials/lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16094 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

CSRV12903

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$295.35

Public Relations and Social Marketing

Focus on community relations, public education, and social marketing. Explore, analyze and apply concepts such as community assessment and mapping, empowerment, participatory planning, visioning and educational principles and strategies. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16055 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

CULT19815G

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Living and Working in a Diverse Society

Gender, race, ethnicity and culture affect us all personally, from how we see ourselves and others, to how the institutions in our society operate. This course will provide students with an understanding of, and skills necessary for, living and working in a diverse society. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16080 Davis (Bram) 16081 Davis (Bram) 16079 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Thu Tue

DBAS27198

Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 14

7-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Database Design and Implementation

Create the logical design for a database used in typical business applications. Design a relational database by creating conceptual models of the data, normalizing database relations to third normal form and establishing referential integrity constraints. Implement the design in a Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), enter data and maintain and query the data by using industry standard Structured Query Language (SQL). CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16357 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

DBAS70001

Sep 15

6-10 pm

14

$348.13

Database Fundamentals - Distance Learning

Learn the fundamentals of relational database systems and the SQL programming language. This course teaches participants how to design relational databases starting from a conceptual data model and following accepted logical and physical design principles. Practice designing a database and extracting information from a database using SQL. Topics include relational databases, normalization, referential integrity, SQL DDL and SQL DML. Assignments will be done in MS Access and on the Web. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15788 Online (Ont Learn)   -

DESN10000

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Interior Environments 1 - Space Planning Basic

Apply the concepts learned in Anthropometrics and Ergonomics to create effective use of space and to arrange furniture for residential spaces. Through in-class exercises and assignments, apply these theories to design interiors that work functionally and please aesthetically. Fee includes $10 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): DESN15436 Fundamentals of Design, DESN10065 Principles of Drafting, DESN16859 Anthropometrics and Ergonomics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16345 STC (Oak) 16346 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Wed

Sep 13 Sep 15

DESN10016

9 am-12:30 pm 12 7-10 pm 14

$275.35 $275.35

Drawing Techniques

Examine basic drawing skills appropriate to interior decorating practice. Emphasis is placed on the use of freehand analytical drawing, freehand concept sketching (including thumbnail sketching) and a fundamental understanding of paraline drawings. Explore a variety of media and tonal techniques, including sketching pencils, black felt tip pen and grey markers. Subject matter surveyed ranges from simple three- dimensional objects to furniture, accessories as well as interior spaces. Equivalent to: DESN15077 Drawing 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16334 STC (Oak) 16335 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Tue

Fall 2010

Sep 14 Sep 14

9 am-12 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

Principles of Drafting

Learn a practical approach to basic conventions and techniques in architectural drafting. The ability to communicate ideas and concepts through architectural drawings is emphasized and reinforced through practical applications in the drafting studio. Areas of study include drafting equipment, architectural lettering, mathematics, conventional projection principles and methods of indicating sections. Examine the drafting of residential spaces and produce residential plans and elevations. Equivalent to: DESN18763 Drafting 1: Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16332 STC (Oak) 16333 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Wed

Sep 16 Sep 15

DESN10199

1-4 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Textiles and Applications

Textiles are utilized in all residential and commercial projects in the form of upholstery, drapery, bedding and soft furnishings. The study of textiles can be broken down into three components: identification, sourcing and application. Under the component of identification, examine the categorization of textiles by fibre, weave, yarn, dyeing and printing. Under the component of sourcing, discuss the decorator/trade relationship which includes a field trip to a textile showroom. Finally, under the component of application, explore issues around specifications, testing and sustainability. Develop a variety of creative, hands-on projects in order to hone skills in the selection of textiles that meet the visual and performance requirements of the interior space. Equivalent to: DESN18095 Materials 1. Fee includes $10 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16347 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

DESN13314

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$275.35

Anthropometrics and Ergonomics

Examine human factors in design and how these relate to designed objects and spaces. Areas studied during the semester include human scale, ergonomics, anthropometrics, as well as human perception and their relation to the design of objects and products. Apply these theories to practical design and decorating scenarios. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16310 STC (Oak) 16311 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Thu

DESN14049

Sep 13 Sep 16

1-4:30 pm 7-10 pm

12 14

$265.35 $265.35

Colour Theory and Interior Application

Examine fundamental colour theory and how colour is used to influence individual response to physical space. Study the historical and cultural context of colour theory. Learning is reinforced through practical applications that build awareness of spatial, psychological and practical aspects of colour application in interior space. Equivalent to: DESN18667 Colour 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16337 STC (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

DESN15436

1-4 pm

14

$265.35

The Fundamentals of Design

The elements and principles of design are the foundation of all forms of visual and functional arts. Examine the theoretical basis of the principles and elements of design and apply those theories to practical applications. Explore the “understructure” of what is commonly referred to as “good design”, to enable set up criteria with which to evaluate design projects. Fee includes $10 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): DESN10016 Drawing Techniques CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16336 STC (Oak)

Thu

DESN20065

Sep 16

9 am-12 pm

14

$275.35

Rendering and Presentation Skills 1

Build on your fundamental technical drawing and communication skills. Mechanical perspective drawing skills are developed in order to clarify and enhance interior decoration concepts in terms of architectural detail, lighting solutions and furnishing selection. Texture and material rendition skills are explored utilizing a variety of media and techniques in order to convey client character and function within residential interiors. Prerequisite(s): DESN10016 Drawing Techniques CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16353 STC (Oak) 16354 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Thu

Sep 15 Sep 16

9 am-12 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

$265.35 $265.35

Continuing Education Calendar

95

CURRENT OFFERINGS

COSM70001

14

DESN10065


DESN27370 Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings

EASL78008

Apply acquired knowledge of window treatments in order to recommend appropriate treatments that meet the client’s needs. Fundamental skills are applied to accurately calculate yardages and costs for the window treatments. Supply detailed instructions for the various trades involved in the execution of the project from measuring to installation. Prerequisite(s): DESN10199 Textiles and Applications CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Increase your participation and sense of belonging in the English speaking community by learning the six simple rules of how Canadians speak. This course explores two different aspects of Canadian English, how it is written and how it is spoken and focuses on the speaking. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

16355 STC (Oak) 16356 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Tue

DESN70006

Sep 15 Sep 14

1-4 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Business Practice for Interior Decorators

Learn how to start and run a design firm, and how to work as a consultant. Discover what it takes to develop an individualized business plan including curriculum vitae, company logo and financial statements. Additional topics include developing client relationships; communicating with suppliers and the trades; aspects of running a small business; and costing a job effectively and for profit. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16196 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

DESN77901

14

$265.35

Landscape Design 1

Practise principles and concepts of landscape design, as well as basic drafting skills, in the development of a landscape plan. Proper selection and use of plant and construction materials are discussed. Prerequisite(s): SCIE77903 Plant Materials 1 OR SCIE77904 Plant Materials 2 AND ENGI77901 Landscape Construction 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15765 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

DSGN70000

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Active Server Pages-Distance Learning

Active Server Pages (ASP) enables to generate Dynamic HTML pages and speed up client-server transactions. Many data-driven features of websites including discussion boards, chat rooms, shopping carts, Web store catalogs, online banking and individually tailored pages to a specific user can be accomplished quickly and easily with ASP. Learn about the ASP object model, ASP objects including the Response, Request, Session, Application and Server Object. Other topics include arrays, functions, objects, connecting to a database, and retrieving and storing information from a database, and the presentation of data on a Web page. Software requirements: Win 95/98, NT, Win2K or XP-pro Operating System; Personal Web Server or IIS installed; WinZip; Access database recommended. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): DBAS70001Database Fundamentals - Distance Learning and PROG70011 Server Side Scripting, Intermediate - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15790 Online (Ont Learn)   -

EASL78001

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

ESL - Effective Speaking and Listening

Improve proficiency in speaking and listening in a course for intermediate students. Learn to engage in spontaneous and controlled conversations, express opinions, and paraphrase thoughts and ideas. An oral presentation is required. Students will be required to buy a textbook. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15703 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

Sep 15

EASL78002

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

ESL - Grammar Skills

Become a more confident writer and speaker of plain English by studying grammar and knowing how to use the right verb tense and sentence structure. Through in-class explanations and homework, practise the perfect tenses, modals and conditionals. Learn to make effective enquiries, requests and complaints. This is an intermediate course for students who have already studied the basics. Students will need to buy a textbook. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15941 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon

Sep 13

EASL78003

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

ESL - Pronunciation 1

Improve your general performance when speaking face to face, in telephone conversations, and when reading aloud by using correct stress, intonation, and rhythm. Use the dictionary confidently to help with pronunciation and stress. There will be relevant practice in both listening and reading comprehension. Weekly homework assignments will be given to monitor progress. Students are expected to buy a textbook and two CD’s. A CD player is required for home use. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15704 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

96

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

14

Speaking Canadian English

16215 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue

Sep 14

EASL78010

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

ESL - Writing Effectively

Improve your writing skills! Focus on paragraph, essay, and business writing (including memos, request, thank you, cover letters and resumes). There will be one writing assignment per week. You will be provided with teacher’s evaluation and suggestions for each assignment. Students registering for this course should be at an ESL intermediate level (Canadian Language Benchmark - Level 5) Students will need to buy a text book. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16239 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

Sep 16

ECOM15616

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

E-commerce, Introduction to

Support a variety of new business processes and services through the Internet. Electronic transaction processing allows for cost reductions and enables businesses to compete more effectively. Examine the relationship and impact of information systems, technology and related applications on functional and support activities. Investigate primary components of E-business including software, hardware, networks, security and privacy. Explore some of the international, ethical and legal issues in conducting business digitally. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16022 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

ECON15269G

$265.35

Micro Economics

Examine basic economic principles and the Canadian economic environment, with an emphasis on government policies dealing with recent and current microeconomic issues. Study several key themes such as scarcity, productivity, efficiency, effectiveness, the three basic economic questions and the operation of supply and demand in various types of markets, with a strong emphasis on the logic of cause-effect relationships. Note: ECON22358G and ECON15269G together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16158 Davis (Bram) Wed 16159 Davis (Bram) Sat 16544 Online (Sheridan)   - 16160 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu 16161 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon 16162 Trafalgar (Oak) Sat

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 18 9 am-12:30 pm Sep 10   - Sep 16 6:30-9:30 pm Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 18 8:30 am-12 pm

ECON22358G

14 12 - 14 12 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Macroeconomics

Gain an overview of the macroeconomic environment within which Canadians live and work. Emphasis is placed on current issues and government policies to deal with these. The issues include unemployment, inflation, international trade, the exchange rate of the Canadian dollar, and Canada’s ability to compete in the globalized world economy. Emphasis is placed on the cause-effect relationships associated with these issues and with various related government policies, fiscal policy, monetary policy, exchange-rate policy and trade policies. Note: ECON22358G and ECON15269G together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15950 Davis (Bram) Thu 16545 Online (Sheridan)   - 15951 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 15952 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

Sep 16 7-10 pm Sep 10   - Sep 15 6:30-9:30 pm Sep 14 7-10 pm

EDUC10065

14 - 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Play Experiences 2

Learn to develop planning strategies that reflect an understanding of the relationship between developmental principles and the child’s play experiences. Prerequisite(s): EDUC11582 Play Experiences 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16117 Davis (Bram) 16118 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Thu

Sep 15 Sep 16

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

$265.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


EDUC10261

Positive Behaviour Strategies

16441 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

6-9:30 pm

EDUC11582

12

$265.35

Play Experiences 1

Learn to plan and implement child-centred play experiences for pre-schoolers in group care. These experiences are based upon principles of developmentally appropriate practice as elements of an integrated curriculum. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16112 Davis (Bram) 16113 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Mon

EDUC12375

Sep 14 Sep 13

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Observations in Early Childhood Education

Examine the importance of observation as it applies to the early childhood profession in a course that also covers observation techniques, interpretation of recorded data, and objectivity and subjectivity in observation. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15854 Davis (Bram) 15855 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Tue

Sep 16 Sep 14

EDUC13764

7-9 pm 7-9 pm

14 14

$182.56 $182.56

Nutrition Health and Safety

Learn about the interrelationship among issues in nutrition, health, and safety for children in group care. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16129 Davis (Bram) 16128 STC (Oak)

Mon Wed

Sep 13 Sep 15

EDUC14648

6:30-10 pm 9 am-12 pm

12 14

$265.35 $265.35

Learning Environment 2

Examine the teacher’s role in planning for and providing a psychologically safe environment for children in group care. Study and practise techniques for communicating effectively with children. Prerequisite(s): EDUC16800 Learning Environment 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16116 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

EDUC14998

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Technology in Education

Gain knowledge of educational technology/software used in contemporary classrooms. Study technology in receiving, researching, and reporting information, as well as other applications related to communications and creative expression. Make basic use of multimedia for creating, presenting, sharing documents and presentations. Examine access, privacy, safety, myths, scams, reliability and validity, legalities and the impact of technology upon relationships and communication; as well as the ways in which computer technology is transforming institutions and concepts. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16438 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

6:30-9:30 pm

EDUC15323

14

$265.35

Child Development

Examine the developmental characteristics of the two- to six-year-old child. Cover all aspects of development, including those leading up to this age group and an introduction to the major theoretical positions that explain development. Throughout this course, you have an opportunity to critically analyze the various components of theoretical and practical perspectives on child development. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16127 Davis (Bram) Wed 16125 STC (Oak) Tue 16126 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon

Sep 15 Sep 14 Sep 13

EDUC16800

7-10 pm 9 am-12 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Learning Environment 1

Discover the importance of play in the learning environment for the preschool child. Find out what role the teacher plays in planning an environment that respond to children’s needs. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16111 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Fall 2010

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

EDUC19599

Disability Issues

Examine issues, legislation, policies and practices affecting people with disabilities (and their families). A central theme is society’s response to disability as manifested in school settings, emphasizing the promotion of positive attitudes, respect and acceptance - all foundations for inclusive life experiences for pupils with special needs. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16494 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

EDUC20705

14

$265.35

School Age Child Care

Examine issues related to the rapidly expanding area of school age child care. Gain an understanding of developmentally appropriate practice for the school age child. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15851 Davis (Bram) 15852 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Thu

Sep 13 Sep 16

7-9:30 pm 7-9 pm

EDUC22629

12 14

$182.56 $182.56

Professional Practices

Learn about the political and social issues that impact on child care. Discover how to articulate the relationship between your philosophy of childhood education and the specific responsibilities of the professional early childhood educator. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15863 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

EDUC23109

14

$265.35

Children with Special Needs

By focusing on the philosophies and practices of integration, you develop an awareness of the impact of a variety of disabling conditions on young children and their families. In order to develop a sensitivity to children who have special needs, you examine a range of attitudes, philosophies and remediation practices that affect young children. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16037 STC (Oak) Thu 16038 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

EDUC23329

Sep 16 Sep 15

9 am-12 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Infant and Toddlers Development and Programming

Gain an understanding of developmentally appropriate practice for infants and toddlers in group care. Explore issues that arise for this age group, as related to the children’s development. Find out what the teacher’s role is in planning the environment to respond to the children’s emotional and social needs. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16119 Davis (Bram) 16120 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Mon

Sep 15 Sep 13

EDUC25283

7-9 pm 6:30-9 pm

14 12

$182.56 $182.56

Promoting Pro Social Behaviour

Acquire knowledge and develop skills to help promote positive emotional relationships with children in group care and to promote pro-social behaviours. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16114 STC (Oak) Thu 16115 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon

Sep 16 Sep 13

EDUC25372

1-4 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Individual Programming

Gain the knowledge of assessment that is required to meet the needs of individual children in the context of group care. Examine several different methods of assessing children’s development, in particular the High Scope approach, in order to plan developmentally appropriate curricula. The goal of this course is to provide students with an introduction to methods for assessing children’s needs that will support curriculum planning. There will be a focus on assessment through observation, early identification and intervention as it relates to early childhood education. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15853 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

$265.35

Continuing Education Calendar

97

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Examine the major contemporary theories of discipline and positive behaviour strategies to gain insight into behaviour in the classroom. Use an analytical approach to identify behavioural strategies and discipline options that match individual needs and abilities. Develop the skills and attitudes needed to establish positive relationships with students in order to cope with daily discipline problems, which is integral to student growth. Special attention is given to the influence of the classroom environment and the nature of educator-student relationship on behaviour. This complex interaction will be considered in terms of the interdependency of the factors involved and the potential of manipulating these factors to change behaviour. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


EDUC25436

Highscope and Curriculum Models in Early Learning

Examine best practices related to developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children. A variety of curriculum models will be compared and contrasted to the High/ Scope Curriculum. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the ECE program is recommended. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16280 Davis (Bram) 16279 STC (Oak)

EDUC56515

Tue Tue

Sep 14 Sep 14

7-10 pm 1-4 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Learning Disabilities / Remediation Strategies

Take this overview of the educational considerations related to supporting students with specific learning disabilities. Remediation strategies focus on team-based approaches to management. Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Educational Assistant Program CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15858 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

EDUC70002

6-9 pm

9

$182.56

Adult-Child Interactions

Deal with how adults and children interact in a High/Scope Classroom. Examine effective styles of communication, genuine relationship and appropriate questioning techniques, as well as a look at intrinsic motivation and how encouragement support learning. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15671 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Nov 6

EDUC70007

9 am-3 pm

2

$274.82

Learning Environment HighScope

Examine the High/Scope environment by looking at arranging the classroom, choosing materials and labelling the environment. Study open-ended materials and explore how to add real, natural and fun learning materials to the classroom helping educators to look at the environment as an effective learning tool. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15832 Davis (Bram)

Sat

EDUC70008

Sep 11

9 am-3 pm

2

$274.82

Planning by Key Developmental Indicators

Look at what children say and do during their day. Examine our curriculum and how it encompasses Creative Representation, Language and Literacy, Initiative and Social Relations, Movement, Music, Classification, Seriation, Number, Space and Time into an early learning classroom. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15670 Davis (Bram)

Sat

EDUC70013

Oct 2

9 am-3 pm

2

$274.82

Computer Application in Early Childhood Education Administration

Gain an understanding in this introductory overview of computers in Early Childhood Education in Administration. Conduct a feasibility study to examine the role of computers in streamlining administrative functions within an early childhood program. Opportunities to assess and practice various software packages will be provided. Please bring a blank CD-R or CD-RW and your Sheridan network log-on ID and password to the first class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15684 Davis (Bram)

Wed

EDUC70026

Sep 15

7-10 pm

10

$194.39

Adult Learning - Distance Learning

Learn how to apply the principles of adult learning and to develop basic skills essential to successful instruction. This is specifically designed for teachers and trainers in all fields who present information to adults. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16480 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

EDUC70027 Working With Parents - Distance Learning Work effectively with parents of children in child care. The dual role of parents ? as a resource and client will be examined. In addition the role of child care as a resource and support system to families will be identified. Develop the skills necessary to plan, implement and evaluate parent meetings, as parent meetings will be a major focus of attention. Additional methods for conveying information to parents will be identified. Learn how to support families who are facing difficult issues or who have concerns which need to be addressed by the staff of the centre. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16481 Online (Ont Learn)   -

98

Sep 10   -   -

EDUC76001

Yoga Study, Introduction to

Explore the history and philosophy of yoga. Focusing on Hatha Yoga, examine the physiological basis of postures and breathing techniques, with special emphasis on the spine and the respiratory system. This course coordinates with Introduction to Hatha Yoga (Asana), but is open to all interested students. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16089 Davis (Bram) 16090 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Wed

EDUC76002

Sep 15 Sep 15

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

12 12

$229.87 $229.87

Hatha Yoga - Asana, Introduction to

Examine basic yoga postures, breathing, and relaxation techniques and their respective benefits and cautions. This course correlates with Introduction to Yoga Study. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket to class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16091 Davis (Bram) 16092 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Thu

Sep 16 Sep 16

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

12 12

EDUC76003

$229.87 $229.87

Yoga Study 2

Explore the Six Paths of Yoga and Patanjalis Yoga Sutras. Relating human physiology to the asanas, review the skeletal, muscular, and circulatory systems. You also begin to develop a teaching manual. Prerequisite(s): EDUC76001 Introduction to Yoga Study, EDUC76002 Introduction to Hatha Yoga (Asana) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16093 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

EDUC76004

12

$229.87

Hatha Yoga - Asana 2

Continuing with postures taught in Hatha Yoga 1, further develop body awareness through correct breathing and relaxation techniques. This course correlates with Yoga Study 2. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a blanket. Prerequisite(s): EDUC76001 Introduction to Yoga Study, EDUC76002 Introduction to Hatha Yoga (Asana) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16036 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

EDUC77001

Sep 14

7-10 pm

12

$229.87

Creating a Positive Learning Environment: Introduction to Adult Learning

Acquire foundational experience with both the theory and practice of adult education. Give yourself an overview of adult learning theory, as well as an introduction to curriculum design. Learn about issues that relate to creating and facilitating a positive learning environment. This course is required as the first course in the Adult Education Program. Registration is not permitted after the first class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15911 Trafalgar (Oak) and and and and and

Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat

Oct 16 Oct 23 Nov 6 Nov 13 Nov 20 Dec 4

EDUC77002

9 am-4 pm 6 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm

$265.35

Curriculum Planning and Design

Apply adult learning principles to the planning and design of curriculum. Examine the planning, implementation and evaluation aspects of design, including needs assessment, learning outcomes, content analysis, sequencing instruction and evaluation strategies. Prerequisite(s): EDUC77001 Creating a Positive Learning Environment: Introduction to Adult Learning or program coordinator approval. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15912 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

EDUC77003

7-10 pm

12

$265.35

Instructional Strategies

Examine intensive analysis of the instructional strategies and trends in an adult education context. This analysis includes characteristics of effective instruction, learning methods and materials and their application to an adult education framework. Prerequisite(s): EDUC77002 Curriculum Planning and Design or program coordinator approval. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15768 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

12

$265.35

$332.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


EDUC77004

Overview Assessment and Evaluation

15755 Trafalgar (Oak)

EDUC77014

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

12

$265.35

Online Delivery, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Understand how online environments and technologies can be used to support and enhance learning. Examine the context and pedagogy for online learning. Two key issues will be addressed: tutor and learner styles, and models of online learning. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16323 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

EDUC78005

$261.39

Child Observation Record (COR)

Look at authentic assessment and practice taking meaningful anecdotal notes to see how these observations are the basis of the COR. Understand the progression of development while studying ways to support children where they are and help them achieve further goals. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16216 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Dec 4

9 am-3 pm

ENGI10701

2

$274.82

Digital Principles 1

Study the basic principles and techniques used in modern digital systems. Learn number systems and codes; digital electronics signals and switches; basic logic gates; inverting logic gates; Boolean algebra and reduction techniques; Exclusive-OR and Exclusive-NOR gates; and arithmetic operations and circuits. Hands-on experience with actual devices is emphasized. Prerequisite(s): ENGI16434 Electronic Fabrication CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15763 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

6-10 pm

14

ENGI12578

$348.13

Electricity 1

Examine the important concepts of direct-current (DC) electricity. Focus on computations in electricity, voltage and current; resistance of electrical conductors; resistors and their colour-code; Ohm’s Law; power; and energy. Applying these principles involves the analysis and design of series circuits, parallel circuits, and the seriesparallel circuit. Laboratory work, problem-solving, and trouble-shooting are an integral part of the course. Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 Mathematics for Technology CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15820 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

6-10 pm

ENGI16434

14

$348.13

Electronic Fabrication

Build leads, a regulated power supply, a logic board, and a printed circuit board. Learn about laboratory safety procedures, tools, component codes, replacement guides, electronic symbols, troubleshooting, and construction techniques. The reading of schematic diagrams will be introduced. Kit is included in the fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15819 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

6-10 pm

ENGI16764

14

$513.13

Applied Mechanics 1

In this first course in applied mechanics, obtain a sound understanding of how forces act and how they may be used in modern technology. Learn about components of a force, resultant of a number of forces, coplanar forces in equilibrium, inertia, friction, and kinematics. Discover Newton’s Laws and learn about energy, work and power, and momentum. Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 Mathematics for Technology or MATH10123 Technical Mathematics - Upgrading CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15834 Davis (Bram)

Wed

ENGI21491

Sep 15

6-10 pm

14

$348.13

Programmable Logic Control Level 1

Study Programmable Logic Control (PLC) communications drivers, rack configuration, ladder logic for machine control, program documentation and wiring the I/O. Design and implement control programs using the Allen Bradley SLC-500 family of programmable controllers. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15833 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Fall 2010

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

14

ENGI27907

Electronics Devices and Circuits

Various electronic devices and their application in circuits are introduced. Study diodes and their applications, diode circuits, special-purpose diodes, bipolar transistors, transistor biasing, small-signal amplifiers and troubleshooting. Lab work includes interpret specifications and circuit diagrams, assemble and wire up circuits- analyze and troubleshoot circuit faults, and write clear concise reports. Prerequisite(s): MATH17688 Mathematics 1, ENGI16434 Electronic Fabrication, ENGI12578 Electricity 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15981 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

6-10 pm

ENGI27928

14

$348.13

Motors and Controls

Focus on the operation and application of Motors and Controls in this continuation of Basic Electricity. Electrical symbols, connections and circuit layout will be covered and will serve to emphasize the use of various field devices, such as pressure switches, solenoids and relays. Prerequisite(s): ENGI12578 Electricity 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15845 Davis (Bram)

Thu

ENGI29875

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Instrumentation and Process Control

Process control begins with the measurement of process variables. The measured variable is transmitted to a controller which compares the desired set point and takes the appropriate action. This course deals with all aspects of instrumentation to measure variables and how this instrumentation is used in the field of process control. The instrumentation includes electrical devices, both analog and digital, pneumatic devices, hydraulic devices and mechanical devices. Among the physical variables covered in this course are pressure, current, voltage, level, flow and humidity. The centerpiece of process control is the controller. The main topics that are covered in this course are the more common types of controller and how they carry out their actions. A few laboratory exercises are designed to give the students practical aspects of instrumentation and process control. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15781 Davis (Bram)

Tue

ENGI70005

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Fire Protection - Distance Learning

Explore occupational safety and health representatives with widespread knowledge of fire protection, including the prevention, detection and suppression of fire. Examine general compliance with federal, provincial and municipal regulations relating to fire protection. Topics include: the chemistry and physics of fire, fire protection in building design and construction, fire prevention, fire inspections, fire detection and suppression equipment, fire department operations, fire drills, fire safety plans, evacuation procedures, and fire emergency organizations. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn and hosted by Algonquin College - OL code: AL-FIR8441 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16320 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

ENGI77901

$367.82

Landscape Construction 1

Explore construction materials used in landscape construction, including materials for the creation of paths, patios, and walls. Learn how to install these materials as well as correct planting techniques for the installation of live plant materials. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16096 Trafalgar (Oak)

ENGI78007

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Electrical Construction and Maintenance Refresher

This refresher course is designed to serve as preparation for individuals who are qualified to write the Provincial Certificate of Qualification Examination in the trade of electrician. (This course is equivalent to ENGI70002 Electrical Construction and Maintenance Pre-Certificate of Qualification Examination.) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16309 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

ENGI79001

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Building Systems: A Practical Overview

Learn practical approaches to today’s complex building mechanical systems, such as site visits, actual equipment operations, and demonstrations of plant machinery. This introductory overview is intended for entry-level candidates considering further studies in BES program and/or related employment, or for building managers wishing to gain practical knowledge. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16521 Davis (Bram) 16086 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Mon

Sep 15 Sep 13

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

13 13

$247.61 $247.61

$265.35

Continuing Education Calendar

99

CURRENT OFFERINGS

An in-depth overview of assessment and evaluation process is provided encompassing the evaluation of learning and instruction. Formative and summative approaches, norm and criterion referenced styles, validity and reliability of evaluation instruments, sources of evaluation and evaluation of the adult learner are areas of exploration. Prerequisite(s): ECUC77003 Instructional Strategies or program coordinator approval. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


ENGI79003

Air Handling

Learn about air handling systems and their component parts. Study also preventative maintenance programs. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16087 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

ENGI79005

13

$247.61

Electricity (BES)

Learn about electrical systems, motor controls, wiring diagrams, and the calculation of loads and charges. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16522 Davis (Bram) 16088 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Thu

Sep 13 Sep 16

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

ENGI79010

13 13

$247.61 $247.61

Hospital Building Systems

Working or considering employment in a hospital setting? This course covers the various hospital building related systems and their effective maintenance. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16146 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

ENGI79801

Sep 15

7-10 pm

13

$247.61

Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Inspection

Learn about cooling systems and heat pumps. Learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques (STC course fee includes manual). The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15904 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -

ENGI79802

-

$332.35

Electrical Inspection

Prepare to inspect the performance of the following components of electrical systems within residential buildings: service drops, grounding systems, service panels, wiring systems, devices and fixtures. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15779 Online (Ont Learn)   - 15778 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

Sep 10   - Sep 7 7-10 pm

ENGI79803

- 8

$332.35 $490.35

Exterior Inspection

Develop skills in exterior inspection. Learn about retaining walls, grounds, window wells and lot grading. Additional topics include: driveways, patios, walkways, decks, balconies, stoops and steps, porches, railings, wall cladding, flashing trim, eaves, soffits, fascia as well as exterior doors and windows. Also learn to describe the exterior wall coverings and inspect all aspects of the exterior named above. The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15900 Online (Ont Learn)   - 15899 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

Sep 10   - Sep 14 7-10 pm

ENGI79804

- 8

$332.35 $490.35

Heating Inspection 1

Learn about installed heating systems (gas and oil furnaces and hot water boilers). Emphasis is on the inspector’s ability to identify the energy source, type, material, condition and safety concerns as well as inspecting the heating equipment. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15903 Online (Ont Learn)   - 15902 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Sep 10   - Sep 9 7-10 pm

ENGI79805

- 8

$332.35 $490.35

Heating Inspection 2

Learn about vent systems, flues and chimneys as well as fireplaces, other wood heating appliances, steam and electric heating systems. Students apply knowledge of these systems to the role of home inspector. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15901 Online (Ont Learn)   -

ENGI79806

Sep 10   -

-

$332.35

Interior and Insulation Inspection

Focus on the inspection of thermal insulation, vapour retarders and ventilation systems. The inspection of interior elements of residential dwellings such as walls, ceilings, floors, basements, doors, windows, interior stairs/railings, installed countertops and cabinets, and garage door(s) operators are also covered. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15835 Online (Ont Learn)   -

100

Sep 10   -

-

ENGI79807

Plumbing Inspection

Prepare to inspect, in a residential dwelling, the interior water supply and distribution systems (including fixtures and faucets) as well as water heating equipment and drain/ vent/waste systems and their related fixtures. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15836 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -

-

ENGI79808

$332.35

Roofing Inspection

Learn about the typical defects of the various types of roof coverings, drainage systems, flashing, skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations. Apply knowledge of roofing to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns, and compliance with existing codes and standards (STC course fee includes manual). The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15776 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -

-

ENGI79809

$332.35

Structure Inspection

Focus on the following structural components of a residential dwelling: foundations and footings, floors, walls and roof/ceiling structures. Learn to apply knowledge of structures to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and compliance with good construction practices. (STC course fee includes manual.) The online course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15777 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -

ESTH13663

-

$332.35

Hair Removal Techniques

Learn how to apply hard and soft wax to the face and body for the purpose of hair removal. Participate in client consultation and learn how to sell the service and accompanying products. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15910 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

ESTH14178

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Principles of Skin Care

Acquire foundational knowledge of skin and nails that is critical to your ability to successfully conduct complete facials, manicures and pedicures in the context of a career in the esthetics industry. Investigate the different skin types and recommend skin, nail and foot products based on a client’s needs. Other subjects covered: identification and classification of skin care product ingredients and their use; sanitation and sterilization procedures; basic microbiology concepts. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16439 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

ESTH16529

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Fundamentals of Facials

Integrate your knowledge of skin and skincare into the application of fundamental facials. Become familiar with the equipment and products necessary to complete facials to the industry standard. Conduct an evaluation of skin in order to complete a needs analysis in the context of esthetics career requirements. Through lab activities that simulate an esthetics business, conduct a variety of discipline-related tasks and functions that reflect the nature of workplace requirements. Note: It is recommended that you take ESTH14178 Principles of Skin Care either before or at the same time that you take this course. Additional costs: kit purchase (approx. $55). CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16440 Trafalgar (Oak)

FINA10378

Thu

Sep 16

6-10 pm

14

$348.13

Financial Choices in Your Life - Distance Learning

Learn more about purchasing a house, wills, life insurance, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, RRSP’s, financial advisors and speculating. At the end of this course, students are expected to find a personal financial planner to implement strategies to achieve their financial goals. Course involves online asynchronous discussions, working in groups on Web presentations, and writing personal financial plans online. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16042 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

$332.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


FINA11079

Finance

16136 Davis (Bram) 16135 St. Joseph (Miss) 16137 Trafalgar (Oak) 16138 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat Tue Mon Wed

Sep 18 Sep 14 Sep 13 Sep 15

FINA21048

1-4:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

12 14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Corporate Finance 1

Gain a broad, practical exposure to all facets of financial management. To achieve sound financial management under such conditions as inflation and uncertainty, the manager should be well acquainted with the theory of finance as well as the real management problems which confront the business enterprise. Assume the role of the financial manager and develop the ability to make decisions on such topics as financial analysis, financial forecasting, operating and financial leverage, working capital management, current asset management and current liability management. Note: FINA21048 and FINA28027 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade . Prerequisite(s): FINA11079 Finance, ACCG17937 Accounting 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16104 Davis (Bram) Thu 16103 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon 16105 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

FINA22289

Sep 16 Sep 13 Sep 14

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers

Learn how marketing decisions affect business goals, how to use financial statements as score cards for success and how to assess the profit potential from marketing plans. Use spreadsheet software to quickly generate multiple scenarios to help optimize decision making. Skills are gained through the use of lectures, analytical exercises employing marketing scenarios and business cases. Prerequisite(s): ACCG16971 Accounting 1 and MATH16269 Business Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15846 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

Sep 16

FINA26326

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Investment Funds in Canada

Gain competencies and knowledge to help clients choose the investment strategy and vehicles that are right for them. This is designed for future personal advisory services professionals to become skilled at evaluating clients’ investment objectives and suitability and provide them with an overview of the investment industry, with particular emphasis on the mutual fund industry. Material and exam fees payable to CSI are not included in the course fee below. See The Investment funds in Canada program information for details. Note: A financial calculator is needed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15818 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

Sep 15

FINA28027

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Corporate Finance 2

Continue the study of financial management that was begun in FINA21048 Corporate Finance 1. Focus on two themes: issues that a financial manager encounters and the tools used by the financial manager in the decision making process. Topics include long-term financing, capital budgeting, cost of capital, valuation and rates of return and certain special themes, including leasing and general financial planning and strategy. Note: FINA21048 and FINA28027 together qualify for exemption toward the CGA course of study with a minimum “B” grade. Prerequisite(s): FINA21048 Corporate Finance 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15937 Davis (Bram) Sat 15936 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed

Sep 18 Sep 15

FINA34336

9 am-12:30 pm 12 6:30-9:30 pm 14

$265.35 $265.35

Personal Financial Planning

FINA50213

Financial Planning Fundamental

Explore the steps required in developing a financial plan and its application in managing a financial planning practice. Topics include budget and savings planning, residential mortages, business law, family law and risk management. Note: The purchase of a course text is mandatory. You will be required to provide proof of purchase to your instructor no later than the third scheduled class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15874 Davis (Bram)

Wed

FINA51934

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$381.31

Canadian Securities Course Volume 2

Utilize the knowledge gained in Canadian Securities Volume 1. Having studied the overall organization and functioning of Canadian Securities markets and the major types of securities traded, the focus will be on techniques with which to analyze and manage these investments. The major areas covered in detail include: Canadian investment funds; derivatives; fundamental, quantitative and technical analysis; the listing process and regulation; financial planning and taxation issues and portfolio management. Note: Materials and exam fees payable to CSI are not included in the fee below. See the Canadian Securities program description for details. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15771 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

FINA52399

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$381.31

Canadian Securities Course Volume 1

Develop an understanding of the overall organization and functioning of the Canadian Securities markets and learn about the major types of securities traded and techniques with which to analyses and manage these investments. Topics include: characteristic and functions of stock exchanges and capital markets: trading in listed securities; the understating process, mutual funds and special types of derivative securities. Note: Materials and exam fees payable to CSI are not included in the fees below. See the Canadian Securities program description for details. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15769 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 15770 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Sep 14 Sep 16

6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

FINA70001

12 14

$381.31 $381.31

Credit and Collections

Learn about credit management and the methods and systematic approaches to managing the accounts receivable function in an organization. The course covers all aspects of credit granting, controls, documentation, and avoiding problems that can result in slow cash inflows and bad debts. Also learn collection tactics, self-help remedies available in the law, and how the bankruptcy and insolvence process works in Canada. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15756 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

FINA70003

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Taxation 1 - Distance Learning

Gain an understanding of the underlying objectives and principles of taxation. Topics include: the different forms and characteristics of taxation; liability for tax, employment, business, property and other income and loses; retirement savings; capital gains; tax credits; and the goods and service tax. Greenpoint software is included with the textbook; additional software needed: MS Excel. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): ACCG70001 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16185 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

FINA70004

$367.82

Taxation 2 - Distance Learning

This course deals with the liability for income tax of individuals and corporations. The determination of net income tax purposes, taxable income and taxes payable, will be examined in detail for unincorporated businesses and corporations. Preparation of personal tax returns will be completed in detail. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): FINA70003 Taxation 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16264 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$391.58

Gain an understanding of basic principles, concepts and vocabulary that are related to personal finance and will assist the student in developing financial planning skills. Throughout the course students will have the opportunity to critically analyze human behaviour and gain greater self awareness in financial matters. The methods and techniques of the course delivery vary from the use of a standard lecture format to case study, group work and student research and presentation. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16139 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Fall 2010

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Continuing Education Calendar

101

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Learn basic financial concepts and theories to better understand the many financial decisions facing individuals and modern business organizations. Examine the practical application of financial concepts which includes personal finance issues, awareness of how the stock market operates, the financial operations of a business, and analysis of financial statements through use of ratio analysis. Evaluate personal financial performance and the overall financial management of a company. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


FINA78004

Debt Free Living

Invest in your debt and get a 37% return on your investment. Pay off all your credit cards, car loans etc. in 2-4 years and then pay off your mortgage in another 3-4 years. All with the money you already earn. Bring a list of your debts and develop your own debt elimination plan in class. Learn how to spend smarter and operate 100% on cash. Build real wealth for your retirement. Whether you make $12,000 a year or $100,000 this seminar is for everyone. Instructor: Bruce Stewart MBA. Fee includes $10.00 materials fee. Note: Additional textbooks may be purchased from the instructor. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16295 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Oct 2

9 am-12 pm

FLPL10102

1

$106.31

PSW Consolidation

Continue the clinical experience with a staff preceptor/mentor for 4 weeks. Incorporate previously acquired skills and knowledge in a variety of work settings. Further develop problem-solving abilities, efficiency and effectiveness in care delivery, taking initiative, following direction and working effectively as a team member. Prerequisite(s): FLPL10606 Personal Support Worker Community Practicum CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16292 Davis (Bram)

FLPL10606

Sat

Sep 11   -   -

$482.41

Personal Support Worker Community Practicum

With the guidance of a preceptor, you consolidate previously learned theory and skills in a community setting. Note: You must register by the start date. Once registered, you must contact the placement coordinator promptly to discuss placements. Prerequisite(s): Students must obtain certification in CPR (Basic Rescuer), St. John’s Standard First Aid (for adults, children and infants), complete a Criminal Record Check and produce a current immunization record form, prior to the start date. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15847 Davis (Bram)

FLPL12205

Sat

Sep 11   -   -

$362.97

Field Orientation - Early Childhood Education

This course will introduce students to the field placement expectations and provide opportunities to explore the professional role of the ECE student. Required forms, medical and criminal reference documentation will be completed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16070 Davis (Bram) 16072 Davis (Bram) 16071 Trafalgar (Oak) 16073 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Wed Wed Wed

Sep 8 Oct 27 Sep 8 Oct 27

6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

FLPL14310

2 2 2 2

$58.41 $58.41 $58.41 $58.41

Orientation to Field

Apply learning from College courses and enhance existing experience portfolios to strengthen employment prospects. Field placement provides the College with a formal evaluation/record of the student’s “on-the-job” performance. The placement focuses on being part of a special education team, gaining experiences with pupils who have special needs in the academic, behavioural, personal care and/or life skills areas. Placements are available at the elementary, secondary and post- secondary level. As well as completing journals, assignments may be required during the placement, which involve practical applications of classroom learning. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16437 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Sep 25

FLPL14933

9 am-12:30 pm 4

$99.78

Field Seminar/Practice

Field placement provides the opportunity to increase awareness of effective teaching styles; to observe and work with children in an approved early childhood setting; and to plan and implement developmentally appropriate experiences with children in this setting. Five seminar classes (15 hours) are included in this course. Note: Missing the first class will result in your immediate withdrawal from the course. Prerequisite(s): FLPL12205 Field Orientation, EDUC16800 Learning Environment 1, EDUC11582 Play Experiences 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16152 Davis (Bram) 16153 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Mon

FLPL19402

Sep 13 Sep 13

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

5 5

$437.83 $437.83

PSW Long-Term Care Practicum

Students will be placed in a long-term care facility for a supervised practicum experience. While in this setting, learning will be enhanced through practice of skills previously learned in laboratory situations. Prerequisite(s): Students must obtain certification in CPR (Basic Rescuer), St. John’s Standard First Aid (for adults, children and infants), complete a Criminal Record Check and produce a current immunization record form, prior to the start date. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16291 Davis (Bram)

102

Sat

Sep 11   -   -

FLPL20199

Field Seminar 1 and Placement 1

Focus on the connection between the Educational Assistant (EA) student’s professional courses and their field placement. The Seminar serves as a forum for reflective practice. Engage in discussions and reflect on field placement experiences. Identify a variety of goals and strategies that are incorporated in placements relative to an evolving personal goal plan linked to the EA performance outcomes outlined in the field evaluation document. The Seminar provides an ongoing self-assessment and enhances peer feedback processes in order to increase the student’s ability to maximize placement success. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16442 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

FLPL20261

Oct 30

9 am-12:30 pm   -

$416.27

Field Seminar 2 and Field Placement 2

Focus on the connection between the educational assistants’ experiences, professional courses, and their field placement. The seminar serves as a forum for growing reflective practice. It provides opportunities to engage in discussions and reflect on field placement experiences. Examine the goals and strategies that were incorporated in the first placements and make modifications relative to the evolving personal goal plan, which is linked to the EA performance outcomes as outlined in their field evaluation document. The seminar provides ongoing self-assessments and enhances peer feedback processes in order to increase their ability to address the placement successfully. Through growing reflective practices - reflective practice journals, discussions of placement situations, portfolio development and placement work, continue to incorporate the knowledge, skills and attitudes required of educational assistants. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16464 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Oct 30

FLPL22487

9 am-12:30 pm   -

$567.19

Field Practice/Seminar 2

Work with children in an approved early childhood setting for 196 hours under the guidance of a faculty field adviser. Face different challenges in a setting that complements the first field placement experience. Five seminar classes (15 hours) are included in this course. Note: Missing the first class will result in your immediate withdrawal from this course. Prerequisite(s): FLPL14933 Field Seminar/Practice (ECE), EDUC10065 Play Experience 2, EDUC14648 Learning Environment 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16133 Davis (Bram) 16134 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Mon

Sep 13 Sep 13

FLPL24804

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

5 5

$645.08 $645.08

Field Practice/Seminar 3

Work with children in an approved early childhood setting for 126 hours under the guidance of a faculty field adviser. Five seminar classes (15 hours) are included in this course. Note: Missing the first class will result in your immediate withdrawal from this course. Prerequisite(s): FLPL22487 Field Seminar/Practice 2 (ECE) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16151 Davis (Bram) 16538 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Mon

FLPL26367

Sep 13 Sep 13

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

5 5

$456.70 $456.70

Field Seminar 3 and Field Placement 3

Focus on the final stage of developing skills related to Educational Assistant competencies: supporting pupils with physical, psychological, behaviourial, health or multiple disabilities; interpersonal competence, professionalism, effective communication styles, and a positive attitude. Evaluation is based on these competencies throughout their field placement. Continue to use the seminar component to engage in reflective practice and focus on preparations for the job search process by preparing a resume, focusing on job search strategies, engaging in a successful job interview. Portfolios are finalized in a format suitable for a job interview, and students review options for formal and informal continuation of professional development. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16497 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

FLPL70002

Oct 30

9 am-12:30 pm   -

$567.19

Early Childhood Education Administration Field Placement

Following the successful completion of the academic courses, students must complete a supervised practicum approved by the ECE program, in which they demonstrate stated outcomes from the post-diploma program. At the conclusion of this practicum, students will have a greater awareness of supervisory and management attitudes that exemplify professional leadership in ECE Administration. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15687 Davis (Bram)   -

Sep 11   -   -

$604.92

$482.41

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


FLPL70006

Field Placement - Esthetics

15842 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

FURN70001 Woodworking, Introduction to Work on projects that introduce both hand and machine wood working tools. Safety and safe work habits are stressed. Develop confidence by completing a progressive series of basic technical exercises using a variety of domestic woods. Elements of basic design are included in each project. This course is prerequisite for all other furniture courses. Fee includes $85 materials fee. Note: Because of safety issues, no late registration is allowed for this class and 100% attendance is required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15796 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

7-10 pm

12

$314.87

FURN78001 Wood Studio If you wish to work on your own projects using Sheridan’s excellent wood studio space, this is for you! Incorporated into existing classes, experienced individuals will work at their own pace and have access to equipment and technical assistance. Because of limited storage space, students will be required to transport their projects back and forth between sessions. Smaller projects are encouraged. Basic wood supplies can be ordered through the wood shop, or you can bring your own materials. Note: Students must be pre-approved by calling Program Coordinator Robert Diemert at 905-845-9430, ext. 2659. Fee includes $40 lab fee. Note: Because of safety issues, no late registration is allowed for this course and 100% attendance is required. Prerequisite(s): FURN70001 Introduction to Woodworking and one other course in the Wood Furniture Series or equivalent experience. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16183 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

FURN78002

7-10 pm

12

$345.13

Drawer Making, Introduction to

Drawers are a fundamental component to many types of furniture. They are a rewarding but challenging part of woodworking. Many different methods of construction both modern and traditional will be demonstrated. Utilize the skills learned in class to build a small cabinet or table incorporating a drawer of your own design. Note: Fee includes $30 lab fee. Materials are extra. Prerequisite(s): FURN70001 Introduction to Woodworking and FURN70002 Wood Furniture: Small Cabinate or FURN70004 Wood Furniture: Table or FURN70005 Wood Furniture: Veneer and Solid Wood CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16434 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

GENI78014

7-10 pm

12

$293.00

Motorcycle Training: M1 Exit

Please check program details for Motorcycle Training in the Recreation and Leisure section before registering. Note: The Thursday evening theory portion for the Brampton classes are held at the Davis Campus and the theory portion for the Oakville and CCIW classes are held at the Trafalgar (Oakville) Campus. Note: The fee increase to classes starting July 1, 2010 and later is due to the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) requirement. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15706 CCIW - (Burl) and 15708 CCIW - (Burl) and 15710 CCIW - (Burl) and 15712 CCIW - (Burl) and 15714 CCIW - (Burl) and 15716 CCIW - (Burl) and 15718 CCIW - (Burl) and 15719 Davis (Bram) and 15720 Davis (Bram) and 15721 Davis (Bram)

Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu

Fall 2010

Sep 2 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 11 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Sep 2 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 11 Sep 16

6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3

and 15722 Davis (Bram) and 15723 Davis (Bram) and 15724 Davis (Bram) and 16560 Davis (Bram) and 15705 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15707 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15709 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15711 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15713 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15715 Trafalgar (Oak) and 15717 Trafalgar (Oak) and

Sat&Sun Thu Sat Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun Thu Sat&Sun

Sep 18 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16 Sep 2 Sep 4 Sep 9 Sep 11 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 14 Oct 16

GENI78068

8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm 6-10 pm 3 8:30 am-5:30 pm

$478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90

Motorcycle Training: M2 Exit

For program details refer to Motorcycle Training in the Recreation and Leisure section. Note; The fee increase to classes starting July 1, 2010 and later is due to the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) requirement. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16429 Trafalgar (Oak) and and 16430 Trafalgar (Oak) and and 16431 Trafalgar (Oak) and and 16432 Trafalgar (Oak) and and 16433 Trafalgar (Oak) and and

Thu Sat Sun Thu Sat Sun Thu Sat Sun Thu Sat Sun Thu Sat Sun

Sep 9 Sep 11 Sep 12 Sep 16 Sep 18 Sep 19 Sep 23 Sep 25 Sep 26 Sep 30 Oct 2 Oct 3 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 10

6:30-9:30 pm 3 8 am-5 pm 8 am-5 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 3 8 am-5 pm 8 am-5 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 3 8 am-5 pm 8 am-5 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 3 8 am-5 pm 8 am-5 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 3 8 am-5 pm 8 am-5 pm

GLAS36125

$419.72 $419.72 $419.72 $419.72 $419.72

Flameworking Glass 2

Develop intermediate glass flameworking techniques and forming processes. Work in a variety of glasses, from borosilicates to soda-limes, clear and coloured glasses. Acquire skills to organize and maintain a flameworking station and to successfully complete more complex blowing, joining and forming processes. Also learn about the annealing of large and small objects. Fee includes $270 materials fee. Prerequisite(s): GLAS36805 Flameworking Glass 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15995 Trafalgar (Oak) 15996 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Wed

Sep 14 Sep 15

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

GLAS36805

14 14

$555.35 $555.35

Flameworking Glass 1

$478.90

An introduction to glass flameworking techniques and forming processes. Develop hands-on experience with basic processes of flameworking with a variety of glasses, from borosilicates to soda-limes, clear and coloured. Learn how to set up and organize a flameworking station, and how to perform basic glass joining and forming processes with the torch. Also learn about appropriate annealing of beads, small solid and blown objects. Fee includes $270 materials fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

$478.90

15993 Trafalgar (Oak) 15994 Trafalgar (Oak)

$478.90 $478.90 $478.90

Tue Wed

Sep 14 Sep 15

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$555.35 $555.35

$478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90 $478.90

Continuing Education Calendar

103

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Practise your esthetic skills in a salon environment. Complete this 42-hour placement in Sheridan’s own on-campus clinic, A Touch of Esthetics. The first class is an overview of the course and a review of the prerequisite courses. Please wear your uniform to the first class and bring your manicure/pedicure kit with you. Prerequisite(s): ESTH70004 Esthetics 4, ESTH70005 Manicure, ESTH70006 Pedicure, ESTH13663 Waxing CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


HEAL13271G Wellness and Healthy Living This course is a cross-college general education elective course that will be of interest to students concerned about their own personal health and well-being as well as those intending to pursue a career in health-related or care-giving fields. A second theme includes the limitations of Western style medicine and health care delivery and the increasing integration of conventional medicine with alternative or complementary medicine. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16050 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 20

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

HEAL13431

Mental Health Issues and Cognitive Impairment

Gain knowledge and understanding of the signs and symptoms of dementia, mental illnesses and developmental disabilities and how these conditions affect a person’s ability to maintain an independent lifestyle. Demonstrate appropriate approaches to providing holistic, compassionate care within the role of a personal support worker to clients in various long term care and community settings. Some of the approaches to care will include communication techniques, Nonviolent Crisis Intervention, managing difficult behaviours and U- FIRST. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16243 Davis (Bram)

Mon

HEAL13551

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Caring for Clients with Ongoing Conditions

Examine the common ongoing conditions and diseases related to each body system. Discuss the normal aging process related to each system. Focus on the care of clients and the role of the personal support worker in supporting a client with a particular condition. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16244 Davis (Bram)

Thu

HEAL14857

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Palliative Care for the Allied Health Worker

Explore elements of palliative care which relate to long-term care facilities and home care settings. Examine personal feelings about loss, grief and death. Concepts such as spirituality, grieving, and bereavement are discussed. Pain and symptom management, complementary therapies, role of the funeral home, and death and dying issues are explored. The personal support worker as a member of an interdisciplinary team is stressed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16290 Davis (Bram)

Wed

HEAL18263

Sep 15

7-9 pm

14

$182.56

Personal Support, Introduction to

Gain an introduction to the discipline, role and function of the personal support worker. Concepts such as client centred care, U-FIRST, communication, observation, care planning, team building, conflict resolution and assertiveness will be examined. The importance of legislation, ethical principles and professional relationships will be stressed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16240 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

6-10 pm

HEAL25586

14

$348.13

Physical Assessment

Develop “hands on” assessment skills using a systems approach. Study history taking and examination techniques. Emphasis is placed on the range of normal findings with some discussion of common abnormalities. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the Practical Nursing Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15897 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

HEAL70020

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Principles of Exercise Science

Review of all areas relevant to applying exercise science to training athletes. Topics include functional anatomy, exercise physiology, biomechanics, nutrition, and basic exercise prescription. Successful completion of this course is required for promotion to all other courses in the Human Performance Training certificate. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16503 Davis (Bram)

Sat&Sun

Sep 11

9 am-5 pm

2

$99.78

HEAL70021

Advanced Training Techniques

Learn how to instruct appropriate weightlifting techniques and their progressions. Olympic weightlifting, Olympic weightlifting accessory movements, squats, implement training, cable training, powerbands, chains, sandbags, bodyweight, dumbbell, kettlebell, and stability exercises will be the focus. Appropriate approaches for training full body, muscle isolation, and core conditioning will be applied to a variety of sports settings. Prerequisite(s): HEAL70020 Principles of Exercise Science CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16504 Davis (Bram) and and

Sat&Sun Sat&Sun Sat&Sun

HEAL70022

9 am-5 pm 6 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

$265.35

Movement and Performance Screening

Learn how to assess human strength, power, speed, agility, quickness, balance, and metabolic conditioning. A focus will be placed on pre-assessment movement and postural screening for the purpose of recognizing muscle, motor and biomechanical imbalances and compensations. Learn how to develop appropriate athlete assessment strategies for individuals and teams. Prerequisite(s): HEAL70020 Principles of Exercise Science CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16505 Davis (Bram) and and

Sat&Sun Sat&Sun Sat&Sun

Oct 2 Nov 6 Dec 4

HIST15288

9 am-5 pm 6 9 am-5 pm 9 am-5 pm

$265.35

History of the Decorative Arts

Study the development of the decorative arts in Europe, England, and North America from the emergence of court styles in the late 17th Century to the early 20th Century through architecture, furniture, ceramics, textiles and metalwork. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16348 STC (Oak) 16349 Trafalgar (Oak)

Fri Thu

Sep 17 Sep 16

HRMT15655

9 am-12 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Human Resource Management 2

Enhance understanding of the functions and activities of human resource management. Participate in “hands-on” applications of skills required to effectively orient, train and compensate an organization’s workforce. Explore the impact in organizations of involuntary separation of employees and compliance to health and safety regulations. Learn through a variety of experiences including individual/group project work, situational problem solving, debates, role-plays and lectures. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16145 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

HRMT16127

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Human Resource Management 1

Study the functions and activities in human resources management. Focus on the impact of employment legislation within the human resource function. Participate in “hands-on” applications in the areas of job analysis, job descriptions, recruitment, selection and performance appraisal. Learn through a variety of experiences including individual/group project work, situational problem solving, debates, role-plays and lectures. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16143 Davis (Bram) Tue 16142 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon 16144 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

Sep 14 Sep 13 Sep 15

HRMT70002

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Compensation and Benefits

Acquire fundamental knowledge and the skills you need to effectively design and implement compensation and benefits programs covering employees. Prerequisite(s): A postsecondary level Human Resource Administration and Organizational Behaviour course. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16026 Davis (Bram) Mon 16025 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16024 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon

HRMT70003

Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 13

6:30-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-10 pm

12 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Compensation Management - Distance Learning

Study the definition, methods and issues associated with work performance, competencies appraisals, and fair compensation. This is experienced through studying and analyzing job descriptions and evaluations, performance appraisal methods, legal regulations and prevalent management principles. The framework for this is developed through the design, maintenance and administration of a comprehensive compensation system involving incentives, benefits and measurements aimed at attracting, retaining and motivating workers. Equivalent course: HRMT70002 Compensation and Benefits. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15822 Online (Ont Learn)   -

104

Oct 16 Nov 20 Dec 18

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Fall 2010


HRMT70004

Human Resource Management, Principles of

Through reference materials, case studies, internet sites, assignments and discussion groups, students will develop a broad knowledge of employee management including recruitment, selection, compensation, training, managing performance, and meeting legislation requirements. Two mandatory discussion groups are required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee Sep 10   -

HRMT70006

-

$265.35

Human Resource Administration

Familiarize yourself with the functions and activities of human resource management and its interdependence within the operational context of an organization. Learn about human rights, recruitment, staff planning and evaluation, training and development, compensation, and labour relations. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16030 Davis (Bram) 16029 Davis (Bram) 16028 St. Joseph (Miss) 16027 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Sat Wed Tue

Sep 14 Sep 18 Sep 15 Sep 14

HRMT70007

7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Human Resource Planning

Obtain an understanding of the essential elements of human resource planning in organizations in this course. Learn about the value of effective human resource planning and its relationship to business and career planning. Learn the techniques of forecasting, analyzing, and projecting human resource requirements. Learn about employee data and systems, job design, and analysis, and how to create action plans. Prerequisite(s): A postsecondary level Human Resource Administration CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16017 Davis (Bram) Sat 16016 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16015 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

HRMT70008

Sep 18 Sep 14 Sep 16

9 am-12:30 pm 12 6:30-9:30 pm 14 7-10 pm 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Human Resources Planning and Development - Distance Learning

Focus on human resources planning and review the design of employee evaluation plans. Learn how to forecast the human resources needs of an organization and to relate the requirements of the organization within ambient socio-political situations. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Equivalent course: HRMT70007 Human Resource Planning. Prerequisite(s): HRMT70006 Human Resource Administration or HRMT70004 Principles of HR Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15888 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

HRMT70009

$332.35

Industrial and Labour Relations

In this introductory course in industrial and labour relations, learn about issues related to employer and employee collective bargaining. Cover the history of union organization, as well as motivation and political environment. Learn about the unionization process, private/public sector legislation, negotiating and administering collective agreements, and dispute resolution mechanisms. Prerequisite(s): A postsecondary level Human Resource Administration CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15690 Davis (Bram) Wed 15689 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu 15688 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 16

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

HRMT70010

Industrial Relations - Distance Learning

Gain an understanding of the labour management relationship and the environment in which it operates, including the evolution and history of the labour movement in Canada and the corresponding legal framework. The influences of unionized and nonunionized employees in their various forms and structure; the roles of government; collective bargaining and conciliation; arbitration and conflict resolution are studied within the framework of contemporary issues and change. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Equivalent course: HRMT70009 Industrial and Labour Relations. Prerequisite(s): HRMT70006 Human Resource Administration or HRMT70004 Principles of Human Resource Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15889 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Occupational Health and Safety

Take part in a comprehensive introduction to the field of occupational health and safety. Identify and examine the technical, legislative, political, and personal dimensions of occupational health and safety. Cover additional topics such as the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Learn to identify and describe connections between employee wellness and attainment of organizational goals. Prerequisite(s): A postsecondary level Human Resource Administration CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16008 Davis (Bram) Thu 16007 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon 16006 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

HRMT70014

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Occupational Health and Safety - Distance Learning

Prepare, as future employees of business organizations and personnel departments, to understand legislation related to health and safety. Heighten awareness of the key players and learn how their roles collectively should filter through the corporate climate, allowing the development of informed policies and procedures. The specific elements of the course are planned to emphasize accountability for safe work practices combined with safe handling of materials and equipment. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15890 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

HRMT70015

$350.09

Organizational Behaviour

Gain insight into theories and research about management, organizational structure, and factors that influence behaviour in organizations essential to human resource management. Learn about organizational structure, communication process, motivation and conflict management. Learn also about leadership and how to affect organizational change. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16012 Davis (Bram) Wed 16013 Davis (Bram) Sat 16014 Online (Sheridan)   - 16011 St. Joseph (Miss) Mon 16009 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue 16010 Trafalgar (Oak) Sat

HRMT70016

Sep 15 6:30-10 pm Sep 18 9 am-12:30 pm Sep 10   - Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 14 7-10 pm Sep 18 9 am-12:30 pm

12 12 - 12 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Personnel Research Techniques and Human Resources Information Systems - Distance Learning

Study analytical techniques and research and design methodology relating to human resource information systems. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s):Diploma/Degree or equivalent work experience; Introduction to Human Resource Management (or equivalent). CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16207 Online (Ont Learn)   -

HRMT70017

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Recruitment, Selection and Interviewing Techniques - Distance Learning

Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to successfully identify human resource requirements and attract and retain an effective workforce. Study the principles, issues, trends and legislative requirements affecting recruitment and selection. Human resources professionals need an understanding of how recruitment and selection fits into the broader organizational structure, processes and goals of an organization and how this function is related to the other functions of human resources management. Mandatory group work is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Equivalent course: HRMT70018 Recruiting and Selection. Prerequisite(s): HRMT70004 Principles of HR Management or HRMT70006 Human Resource Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15892 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

HRMT70018

$332.35

Recruiting and Selection

Learn the skills of current recruiting and selection procedures. Review various screening techniques and develop skills for successful candidate selection. Use group decision making, role playing, and case analysis to develop your interviewing techniques and overall skills in recruiting. Prerequisite(s): A postsecondary course in Human Resource Administration. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16019 Davis (Bram) Mon 16020 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16018 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Fall 2010

Sep 16 Sep 13 Sep 15

Sep 13 Sep 15 Sep 16

Continuing Education Calendar

6:30-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

12 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

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15891 Online (Sheridan)   -

HRMT70013


HRMT70019

Training and Development

Understand the role of training and development in human resource management. Through this course, you will learn to assess staff training needs, design and administer staff training and development programs as well as evaluate the effectiveness of such programs. Prerequisite(s): HRMT70006 Human Resource Administration CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16034 Davis (Bram) 16033 St. Joseph (Miss) 16031 Trafalgar (Oak) 16032 Trafalgar (Oak)

HRMT70020

Tue Thu Wed Sat

Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 15 Sep 18

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm 9 am-12:30 pm

14 14 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Training and Development - Distance Learning

Explore the psychology of the learning process on which training and development is based and gain an understanding of the design, implementation, and evaluation of training programs within organizations. The course will include the four key elements of the training and development function: needs analysis procedures; program design/ development; program administration; and measurement and evaluation. This course includes mandatory group work and chats. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Equivalent Course: HRMT70019 Training and Development. Prerequisite(s): HRMT70004 Principles of Human Resource Administration or HRMT70006 Human Resource Administration CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15893 Online (Ont Learn)   -

HRMT70022

Sep 10   -   -

$438.78

Health and Safety Program Management - Distance Learning

Learn how to set up and administer a workplace health and safety program. This course covers program standards and objectives, employee orientation and training programs, record-keeping and data analysis, purchasing and engineering controls, health and safety promotion, program evaluation, occupation health services, applications of management theory and techniques to OHS, and special problems and solutions. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16286 Online (Ont Learn)   -

HRMT78000

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

National Knowledge Exam Prep (NKE) Workshop

Sheridan is offering a two- day (16 hour) workshop providing students with an overview of the eight functional areas and 103 required professional capabilities (RPC) covered in the National Knowledge Exam (NKE). Note: Materials must be purchased prior to the start of the workshop. Contact: www.canadianhrpress.ca or call 1-866-607-0876. Lunch is included in the fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16236 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Sep 11

8 am-5 pm

HUMN13867G

2

$700.00

Film Analysis

Examine film from artistic, historical and commercial contexts. Develop a critical perspective for watching films in terms of narrative structures, thematic and technical aspects unique to film making and film analysis. Explore the elements of mise-enscene, cinematography and editing and apply these to a discussion of character and theme. Learn about film genres, especially how these genres develop in their social and aesthetic contexts. In addition, learn to critically evaluate and apply several approaches to film analysis. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16163 Trafalgar (Oak)

HUMN16693G

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience

Explore principles and theories related to interpersonal communication in this introductory course. Examine an interdisciplinary approach that draws on principles of psychology, sociology, philosophy, and communications theory. Topics include verbal and non-verbal communication processes, listening, perception, personality, motivation, leadership, defensiveness, conflict, stress, culture and gender. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16282 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16283 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon

Sep 15 Sep 13

6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

HUMN18888G

Aging Matters in a Changing Society: Who’s Aging Now?

Explore the issues related to aging in a changing society. Focus on demographic, institutional and maturational changes related to aging. Investigate matters of importance to older adults and their families, including self image, health care, housing and design, transportation, leisure and recreation. Learn online through textbook reading, research and case studies, as well as assigned discussions, online chats, electronic games, and other activities. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16390 Online (Sheridan)   -

Sep 10   -   -

INFO16029

$265.35

Problem Solving / Programming Logic

Learn the logical aspects of computer programming. Four themes supplement the central thrust of the course: Boolean logic and conditional expressions, Control structures and algorithmic problem-solving; Problem-solving frameworks for computer programming, Basic object-oriented concepts and their relationship to procedure development. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16174 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

INFO20104

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Computer Assisted Design 1 -Interior Design

Build on AutoCAD skills and knowledge learned in INFO16859. Apply basic procedures to create typical interior design drawings and produce hard copies for simple projects. Note: Access to an IBM personal computer would be advantageous. Prerequisite(s): INFO16859 Introduction to CADD CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16140 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

INFO31787

Sep 18

9 am-12:30 pm 12

$265.35

Accounting Information Systems 1

Learn the concepts of Management Information Systems (MIS). The focus of the course is on the organization and transmission of data, supporting infrastructure and strategic use of information. Practical experience will be gained from designing a database for a small business in Microsoft Access. Lecture, lab, and independent study components characterize the learning. Note: This course (with a minimum “B” grade) is equivalent to CGA course MIS1. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16148 Davis (Bram) Thu 16147 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16149 Trafalgar (Oak) Sat

Sep 16 Sep 14 Sep 18

INFO39784

6:30-9:30 pm 14 6:30-9:30 pm 14 8:30 am-12 pm 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

IT Process Management

Focus on the makeup of an effective IT organization and the relationships, structures and processes involved. Utilizing the Information Technology Infrastructure (ITIL), students will be introduced to management theories, job functions and responsibilities and processes in both a Canadian and International framework. Special emphasis will be placed on understanding how new technologies, and changing customer expectations, have effected the traditional organization structures and processes (specific reference to the IT management industry). This course uses the system architect case tool to document the various business processes. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16131 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

INFO70001

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Network + - Distance Learning

Prepare to write the COMPTIA Network + exam while gaining knowledge in networking technologies in a Windows 2000, Novell Netware and Linux environment. This course offers a broad look at many vendor neutral networking technologies with a focus on topologies, network implementation and support. Your Network + Certification, combined with A+, can be applied as an elective towards MCSE designation. Software requirement: supervisor access to a network operating system, preferably Windows 2000 Server. Note: This course is Certification preparation only; students arrange their own exam through Prometric Testing Centre. Students should be familiar with Windows operating system concepts. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16180 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70005

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Presentations and Desktop Publishing - Distance Learning

Learn to create electronic presentations as well as various types of print materials such as business cards, letterhead, brochures, flyers and newsletters. Use both methods of communication to help market your small business. Use design techniques to create valuable communication vehicles such as an effective electronic presentation. Software requirement: MS Publisher and MS PowerPoint. Students should be comfortable using Windows. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16229 Online (Ont Learn)   -

106

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Sep 10   -   -

$320.52

Fall 2010


INFO70007

Computers 1, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Cover the basics of Windows, the Internet, email, Word and Excel and their applications in the business world. Computer requirements: Computer with a word processing and a spreadsheet package (preferably Microsoft Office or MS Works but WordPerfect is acceptable). This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

INFO70008

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Acquisitions - Distance Learning

Focus on the acquisitions of monographs. Develop skills in searching, ordering, receiving and accounting. Collection development, the book trade and automating acquisitions functions are also explored. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70013 Description and Access Cataloguing I - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16368 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

INFO70009

Cataloguing Electronic and Internet Resources - Distance Learning

Apply traditional methods of cataloguing, using AACR2 and MARC1 coding, to Internet resources and other electronic resources. Examine metadata standards and machine generated cataloguing. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70014 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing II - Distance Learning and INFO70027 Serials - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16369 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70010

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Client Services - Distance Learning

Examine various services available in different library settings. Explore interlending document supply, investigate the basics of user orientation and training, programming, local and oral history, and practice customer service skills. Examine the vital roles of promotion and public relations, marketing, and library advocacy. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70020 Information Work I - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16370 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70011

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Collection Maintenance and Inventory Control - Distance Learning

Examine collection maintenance with an emphasis on circulation of library materials. Learn the basics of circulation, care and maintenance of library materials, and inventory and weeding. Explore the effective use of standard audiovisual equipment. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16371 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70012

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Database Design for Information Workers - Distance Learning

Examine relational databases and their role in library and information work. Learn to create a database, enter and edit records, search for information and create simple reports. MS Access 2000 required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to - Distance Learning and Windows XP or Computer Basics with Windows, Word and Excel CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16372 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70013

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Descriptive and Access Cataloguing 1 - Distance Learning

Employ MARC coding for cataloguing of bibliographic records in an automated environment. Rules and principles for creating a descriptive record of an item using the Anglo-American Cataloguing Rules are described. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16373 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Descriptive and Access Cataloguing II - Distance Learning

Examine form and choice of entry, cataloguing applications of the World Wide Web, sources of cataloguing copy in an automated environment and critically appraise public access catalogues. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70013 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing I - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16374 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70016

$296.87

Government Information - Distance Learning

Library staff plays a vital role in linking citizens with the government information they need. Consumer guides, statistics, technical reports, handbooks, and maps are types of government publications now issued free on the web. Focus on finding and using these sources as well as print format government documents. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and The Information Industry, Introduction to Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16375 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70017

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Health Libraries and Resources - Distance Learning

Learn about key health information resources in all formats and identify the features and issues of different types of health libraries. Develop skills in searching the major indexes, electronic databases and the World Wide Web to find quality information to meet a variety of reference needs. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to Distance Learning and INFO70020 Information Work I - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16376 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70019

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Focus on indexing, abstracting, and thesaurus construction. Examine different kinds of indexes, learn principles of indexing, and assign indexing terms to a variety of material types. Electronic information retrieval systems and indexing software are discussed along with practicing writing different kinds of abstracts. An overview of using and creating a thesaurus is provided. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70028 Subject Analysis and Classification - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16377 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70023

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Examine the role of libraries in an information society, explore how libraries provide access to information and study the organization and services of different types of libraries. Investigate the roles and functions of participants in the information industry. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16378 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70024

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Library Financial Management and Budgeting - Distance Learning

Budget and financial management concepts and strategies relating to libraries are discussed. Examine types of budgets, financial statements, and avenues for library funding strategic planning. Also comprehend and use basic financial information to set goals and objectives. MS Excel software required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70023 Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to Distance Learning, MS Excel or Computer Basics with Windows, Word and Excel CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16379 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70025

Sep 10   -   -

$190.43

Multimedia - Distance Learning

Focus on materials in formats such as video, DVD, films, CD-ROMs, compact discs, records, cassettes, software, talking books, pictures and maps. Explore the acquisition, processing, cataloguing, storage, and circulation of these materials. Issues such as copyright and public performance, equipment needs and maintenance, as well as other trends, are discussed. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70014 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing II - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16380 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -   -

Sep 10   -   -

Continuing Education Calendar

$296.87

107

CURRENT OFFERINGS

16321 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70014


INFO70027

Serials - Distance Learning

Explore the technical service aspects of serials with emphasis on ordering, tracking and cataloguing serials. Examine technology’s major impact on serial collections in this online course. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70013 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing I - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16381 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70028

Sep 10   -   -

$190.43

Subject Analysis and Classification - Distance Learning

Examine the principles of classification and subject analysis. Develop skills in using the Dewey Decimal Classification scheme and Library of Congress subject headings. Access to print Dewey Decimal Classification schedules is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): INFO70014 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing II - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16382 Online (Ont Learn)   -

INFO70029

Sep 10   -   -

$314.61

Computer Skills for Business - Distance Learning

Acquire sufficient computer skills to produce the initial sections of a business plan. Utilize Windows XP, Word, Outlook and Internet Explorer, for the purposes of assembling the business plan. This course is offered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16482 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

JUST70008

$166.78

Drug Investigation

A survey of criminal law and procedure as it relates to drug enforcement. This course invites the general public to join with police officers in discussing issues that affect modern drug enforcement agencies. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15867 Davis (Bram)

Thu

JUST70010

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Canadian Justice System and Legislation - Distance Learning

Develop an understanding of the organization and structure of the judicial system. Examine the main components of this system such as the law, police, corrections and community, and analyze their interdependencies. The purposes and principles of the relevant legislation and policies governing this continuum of justice services are studied. Such legislation includes the Criminal Code of Canada, the Provincial Offences Act, the Ministry of Correctional Services Act and Regulations, the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15961 Online (Ont Learn)   -

JUST70016

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Criminology - Distance Learning

Examine various theoretical explanations of criminal and deviant behavior including the sociological, biological and psychological perspectives. Criminological theory is related to various types of criminal activity. The reality of crime in Canada including victimology is examined through crime statistics, as are the correlations of criminal behavior. The impact of theory on the development and effectiveness of the criminal justice system is discussed with emphasis on future trends within the system. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn and hosted by Algonquin College - OL Code: AL-PFP2010 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15960 Online (Ont Learn)   -

JUST70018

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

Police Powers 1 - Distance Learning

Examine pertinent sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and their impact on the Canadian Criminal Procedure. Citizen and police arrest and release authorities, police powers and search and seizure with and without warrant, police discretion and implications will be discussed. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): JUST70013 Criminal and Civil Law - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15962 Online (Ont Learn)   -

108

Sep 10   -   -

JUST70024

Criminal Psychology, Psychopathic Minds - Distance Learning

What makes a psychopath tick? Are they born that way, or are they products of society? Are serial killers really possessed with evil, or do they know exactly what they are doing? Study how and why some individuals become criminals and why some actually become killers. Discover what is known about serial killers, stalkers, rapists and criminals. Also, the latest techniques used in criminal profiling and questioning will be examined. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16194 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LANG70010

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Japanese Language, Introduction to

Learn to use basic dialogue to interact with Japanese people. Phonetic sounds are introduced along with Hiragana reading and writing. Audio-visual materials are utilized for increased comprehension. Textbook: Japanese for Busy People 1, Kana Version. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15802 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue&Thu

Sep 21

LANG70012

7-9:30 pm

24

$371.78

Japanese 3 Conversational

Continue with the skills learned in Japanese 2, Conversational. Reading and writing skills of Hiragana and Katakana are required. Emphasis is on verbs. 100 Kanji characters are introduced. Textbook: Japanese for Busy People Prerequisite(s): LANG70011 Japanese 2, Conversational CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16531 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue&Thu

Sep 21

LANG70014

7-9:30 pm

24

$371.78

Japanese 5 Conversational

This course continues with the skills learned in Japanese 4, Conversational. The reading and writing skills of Hiragana and Katakana are required. Topics include informal expression, plain style, and learning 200-300 Kanji. Textbook: Japanese for Busy People (Kana version) Book 2 Prerequisite(s): LANG70013 Japanese 4, Conversational CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16154 Trafalgar (Oak)

LANG70016

Tue&Thu

Sep 21

7-9:30 pm

24

$371.78

Spanish Language and Culture, Introduction to

Learn how to speak, read, and write Spanish at an introductory level. The emphasis in this course is on developing cultural awareness and conversational skills in a variety of situations. Enhance your skills through grammar and vocabulary exercises and interactive role playing in real life situations. Use video and audio tape materials to enhance your comprehension of different accents. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15999 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue&Thu

LANG70020

Sep 14

7-10 pm

20

$371.78

Français 1 - Distance Learning

Gain confidence in fluency by developing oral comprehension of day-to-day communication. Aims at building a vocabulary such as numbers (1-100), days, months, seasons, members of the family, salutations, asking questions, as well as giving the answers. Also, the verbs être, avoir, and groups of verbs in the present tense and future tense with aller affirmative and negative. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16186 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LANG70023

Sep 10   -   -

$360.35

Français 2 - Distance Learning

Expand your introductory knowledge of French while developing conversational skills through a structured, progressive presentation of new elements. Gain confidence with systematic practice (repetitions) and perfect conversational structures through the use of dialogue in real life situations. Topics include: using verbs in the present, near future and near past; irregular verbs (vouloir, pouvoir, etc.); idiomatic expressions with the verb ‘avoir’ (J’ai faim, J’ai soif, etc.); counting from 1 to 2000; and writing presentations. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): LANG70020 Francais 1 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16225 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$360.35

$332.35

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


LANG70024

Français 3 - Distance Learning

16226 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

LANG70025

$360.35

French Beginner 1

Develop basic French language skills in speaking, reading and writing while emphasizing oral communication. Learn how to present yourself and others, ask and answer questions, express negation, and describe possessions. Learn how to communicate in simple day to day social situations, talk about your likes and dislikes, your opinions and how to respond to basic inquiries. Cultural topics include Francophone singers/ artists in Quebec and cultural similarities/differences. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16423 Davis (Bram) 16424 Davis (Bram) 16420 St. Joseph (Miss) 16421 Trafalgar (Oak) 16422 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Sat Wed Tue Sat

Sep 13 Sep 18 Sep 15 Sep 14 Sep 18

LANG70026

6:30-10 pm 9 am-3:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

12 7 14 14 7

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

French Beginner 2

Continue learning descriptive language skills and talk about family members and possessions. Express opinions and ask for advice, make compliments and express admiration. Ask and respond to simple questions and make meaningful statements about yourself, your family and your work. Talk about and describe past activities and events. Learn how to end a conversation. Cultural topics include the impact of English on French and vice-versa as well as French culture in Haiti, Martinique and Guadeloupe. Prerequisite(s): LANG70025 French Beginner - Level 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16428 Davis (Bram) 16425 St. Joseph (Miss) 16426 Trafalgar (Oak) 16427 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Thu Tue Sat

Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 14 Sep 18

LANG70027

6:30-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

12 14 14 7

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

French Beginner 3

Learn to develop more self-confidence by expressing basic needs and courtesies as well as how to ask for and give information. New verb forms in conversation will be taught and used in situations connected to daily activities like talking about the weather, clothing, ordering in a restaurant, expressing your opinion on different subjects and describing people and objects. Prerequisite(s): LANG70027 French Beginner - Level 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16450 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16448 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue 16449 Trafalgar (Oak) Sat

Sep 15 Sep 14 Sep 18

LANG70028

6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

14 14 7

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

French Intermediate 1

Build on your French oral and written skills using added structures and expressions. Discover the cultural component of bilingualism as you expand your awareness of the diversity of the francophone community worldwide. Emphasis will be on oral development. Prerequisite(s): LANG70027 French - Beginner 3 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16451 Trafalgar (Oak) 16452 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Sat

Sep 16 Sep 18

LANG70029

6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

14 7

$265.35 $265.35

French Intermediate 2

Practise French using past and future events, giving advice, asking for information, and expressing needs and obligations. Cultural aspects of the French people are discussed in relation to hospitality practices, usage of trains and credit cards and additionally the importance of vacation, and grocery shopping habits. Practice the use of irregular verbs, future tense verbs, and verbs to express comparisons and verbs to express irritation or clarifying situations. Emphasis will be on oral development. Prerequisite(s): LANG70028 French - Intermediate 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16453 Trafalgar (Oak) 16454 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Sat

Fall 2010

Sep 16 Sep 18

6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

14 7

LANG70030

French Intermediate 3

Learn to express emotions (worry, discomfort, relief, fear, encouragement), discuss situations and conditions, describe your health, share your worries, give advice and make purchases. Storytelling is also covered. Prerequisite(s): LANG70029 French Intermediate - 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16455 Trafalgar (Oak) 16456 Trafalgar (Oak)

LANG70033

Thu Sat

Sep 16 Sep 18

6:30-9:30 pm 9 am-3:30 pm

14 7

$265.35 $265.35

Spoken Language Interpreting, Introduction to

Learn the fundamentals of providing spoken language interpreting services in various settings. Topics include roles and responsibilities of the interpreter, professional standards of practice and ethical principles to guide an interpreter’s performance. Also included are the various skills required for success such as note taking, active listening, memory retention, mental transposition and verbalization in the target language. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16471 Davis (Bram)

Wed

LANG78001

Sep 15

7-10 pm

10

$194.39

Italian for Travel and Everyday Use

Focus on oral and written usage to communicate effectively in Italian. Grammar and vocabulary topics are tied to the following situations: asking and responding to how people are, purchasing clothing in shops, indicating specific objects and expressing possession, locating places and things, purchasing tickets, going grocery shopping, expressing preferences, interpreting weather forecasts, and talking about one’s own health. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16416 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

LANG78004

Sep 15

7-10 pm

10

$244.36

Sanskrit Lanugage, Introduction to

Learn to read and write the Devanagari script in which sanskrit is written today and used for Hindi, the principal language spoken in Northern India. Build Sanskrit words using them in simple sentences. Study the inflected forms of the commonly used substantives and useful ver-tenses for the common verbs encompassing the use of Sanskrit dictionaries. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16506 Davis (Bram)

Tue&Thu

Sep 14

LAWS11198

7-10 pm

7

$376.91

Legal Office Procedures

Examine the Canadian legal system, the legal profession, and the role of legal assistants within the legal field. Study entry-level procedures in criminal law, family law, and litigation. Where possible receive practical, hands-on training using specialized legal software programs. Perform entry-level legal office procedures such as machine transcription and composing legal correspondence. Legal vocabulary is also introduced. Prerequisite(s): COMM12423 Business Communications, APPL70051 Word 2007 Introduction, APPL70052 Word 2007 Advanced CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15862 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

LAWS26852

14

$285.35

Estate Administration

Gain knowledge and practical experience in topics such as drafting a will and powers of attorney, testacy and intestacy correspondence and documentation. This is a “hands-on” course integrating the keyboard, computer, document formatting and transcription skills, and knowledge of estate procedures. A minimal material fee is included for access to specialized software applications. Prerequisite(s): LAWS11198 Introduction to Legal Office Procedures CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15861 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Sep 18

8:30 am-12 pm 12

LAWS28913

$285.35

Litigation 1

Examine the role and responsibilities of a legal administrative assistant employed in the field of civil litigation. Gain knowledge and practical experience in topics such as statutes and rules, procedural routes, and the commencement of the civil action to the discovery stage. This is a “hands-on” course integrating ACL2 and machine transcription, with knowledge of civil litigation. A minimal material fee is included for access to specialized software applications. Prerequisite(s): LAWS11198 Introduction to Legal Office Procedures CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16106 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$285.35

$265.35 $265.35

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Expand your introductory knowledge of French while developing conversational skills through a structured, progressive presentation of new elements. Also perfect conversational structures through the use of dialogue based on real life situations. Topics include: le presént; le passé immédiat, le future proche; le passé composé avec avoir; le passé composé avec être; l’imparfait; les verbes irréguliers voir, lire, écrire, dire; les pronoms relatifs qui et que; les adverbs; les pronoms d’objets direct; les pronoms d’objets indirects; les verbes pronominaux; les promons y et en. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite (s): LANG 70020 Francais 1 - Distance Learning and LANG70023 Francais 2 - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


LAWS70000

Law in Society, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Gain an introduction to the historical background and the development of law. The impact of society and interest and cultural groups, as well as the process of developing and implementing laws are covered. The structure and function of the Ontario Law Society is introduced. There is also an introduction to the court system, administration tribunals and agencies. Students are encouraged to discuss topical issues and current legal problems. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15784 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

LAWS70001

$350.09

Law for Business Managers

Learn the areas of law most relevant to the decision-making of business people who are in management positions in a business organization or managing their own business. Emphasis is on the law of contracts, tort law, and forms of business organization. Note: This course (with a minimum “B” grade) is equivalent to CGA course Law 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15727 Davis (Bram) Thu 15728 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 15729 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

LAWS70002

Sep 16 Sep 15 Sep 14

7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Community and Social Services - Distance Learning

Explore the structure and administration of community organizations and social services that operate within and adjacent to the criminal justice system. Examine the issues, trends, and legislations that impact on community social services. Perform 40 hours of direct community study while applying knowledge obtained through the course modules, as a course requirement. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16322 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LAWS70004

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Law for the Workplace - Distance Learning

Examine the legal issues from a human resource professional perspective. Learn to analyze the workplace with a view to understanding that legal risk management abilities and a pro-active approach to legal issues are important attributes of the human resource practitioner. Topics include: recruitment and selection, human rights, health and safety, general employee welfare legislation, the law relating to the discipline and termination of employees, torts and crimes in the workplace, and workplace privacy issues. This course is delivered through Ontariolearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16324 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

LAWS79001

$367.82

Litigation - Law Clerks

A diverse area of civil practice that presents you with a wide range of duties and responsibilities which may include legal research; drafting pleadings and preparing documents for court proceedings; preparing documentary evidence; preparing for and assisting at trial and appeals; and conducting examinations in aid of execution and the enforcement of orders. Prerequisite(s): A minimum of Grade 12 and three years of work-related experience in the legal field CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15698 Davis (Bram) 15697 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Thu

Sep 7 Sep 9

LAWS79003

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

25 25

$511.63 $511.63

Real Estate - Law Clerks

Obtain a broad foundation of legal concepts and applications relevant to the legal practice area of residential real estate. All aspects of the basic residential real estate transaction are covered including land division in Ontario, the many faceted land registration system, surveys, title insurance, ownership, the agreement of purchase and sale, the numerous applicable statutes, purchasing, selling, financing, closing the transaction and more. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16519 Davis (Bram) 15699 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Wed

Sep 9 Sep 8

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

19 19

LEIS70001

LEIS70002

Guitar 2

Learn a wide variety of styles (ballads, bluegrass, country, folk, pop, blues), as well as finger-picking and flat-picking techniques. Begin with a brief review of Guitar 1 fundamentals, and learn also about bass runs and fills, bar chords, transposition, and additional chord structures. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16150 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 28

LEIS70003

7-10 pm

8

$180.19

Genealogy - Distance Learning

Begin your genealogical adventure through collecting, organizing and documenting your family tree. Explore genealogy software and acquire an understanding of key sources of information and where and how to access them. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16210 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

LEIS70009

$320.52

Guitar Player’s Workshop

An ear training workshop designed as a ‘play along’ course for students to play together as a group in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Cover playing up and down the fretboard through the use of two note chords and play many current and popular songs. Learn the fundamentals for playing lead and melody guitar and the accompaniments to many song styles. If you’ve been playing guitar in your room and would like to share your interests and talents with others in a no-pressure environment, this will be the opportunity to enhance your guitar playing skills and meet others with similar interests. Prerequisite(s): LEIS70002 Guitar 2 or equivalent skill level with a good working knowledge of G,C,D, Em, Am, E, A, B7,Dm7, G7 chords and the ability to change between these chords easily. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15700 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 29

7-10 pm

LEIS78005

8

$180.19

Floral Design 1

Discover how to create beautiful floral arrangements using fresh, silk, and dried materials. Learn about the care and conditioning of fresh flowers, principles of colour and design, and designing special holiday table centres. There will be a materials fee of $25 per week for your fresh flowers and greenery as students will take home a completed arrangement or item after each class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15948 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sun

Sep 19

LEIS78025

9 am-12 pm

10

$235.32

Beading and Jewelry Making

The art of beading and bead looming includes many simple and complex techniques. This hands-on course will show you easy-to-understand methods of beading for commercial and artistic purposes. Learn how to design and make contemporary jewelry, accessories (earrings, necklaces, bracelets, purses and even clothing), and sculptures with a bead loom and freehand (peyote, netting, etc.). CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16218 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

LEIS78026

Sep 22

7-9 pm

12

$180.19

Beading and Jewelry Making, Advanced

Now that you have learned the basics, take beading to the next level. Learn how to design and make intricate jewelry, accessories and art pieces, employing both old and new techniques. This hands-on course will show you how to bead professionally and how to market and sell your work. Prerequisite(s): WKSP78051 Beading CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16237 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 23

7-9 pm

12

$180.19

$405.16 $405.16

Guitar 1

Previous experience is not needed to take this beginner’s course, only a desire to play popular songs in a relatively short period of time. Use coordination and dexterity exercises as a preparation for chord studies. Cover basic finger-picking and flat-picking styles, as well as guitar terminology and many popular songs. Please bring your own guitar to class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15989 Trafalgar (Oak)

110

Thu

Sep 30

7-10 pm

8

$180.19

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Fall 2010


LITT70001

Crafting a Novel

15759 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

LITT70003

14

$265.35

Creative Writing

Explore the technique, style, and craft of major writing categories, including fiction, non-fiction and poetry. This introduction to the many genres of creative writing emphasizes personal creativity. Learn how to approach editors and market a manuscript. Take this opportunity to develop ideas and receive feedback from the instructor and other members of the class. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15764 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

LITT70009

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Children’s Literature, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Focus on evaluating, selecting and sharing children’s literature, which develops curiosity, motivates and instructs. Literature opens doors to enrichment and endless hours of fantasy and enjoyment. Examine age-appropriate materials, children’s poetry, and non-fiction, which influence children’s understanding and appreciation of literature. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15741 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LITT70010

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Literature, Understanding - Distance Learning

Acquire the tools necessary to appreciate literature critically by reviewing literary history and examining different genres. Students will explore themes and conventions associated with these genres and develop an understanding of literary analysis and various critical approaches. For creative-writing students, this course will provide a framework in which to appreciate and evaluate their own writing. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15965 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

LITT70011

Myths and Legends - Distance Learning

Focus on the similarities and differences between cultures through their myths and legends. Myths are narratives which embody and transmit universal and elementary forms of human thought and social patterning. Many myths emerge at the dawn of human culture out of prehistorically oral and ritualistic traditions, and are often used as a way to explain aspects of a universe which otherwise did not seem to make sense. Examine, analyze and compare myths and legends from a variety of cultures. Use a variety of approaches from psychology to anthropology in an effort to understand the significance of myths and legends in a culture. By discussing stories from different cultures, see the common threads of the human experience. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15739 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LITT70012

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Science Fiction - Distance Learning

Science Fiction shows you other worlds; it describes possible future societies and the problems lurking ahead. It also shows how human beings can and do create these future worlds - that our future is in our hands. Science fiction stands as “a bridge between science and art, between the engineers of technology and the poets of humanity.” This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15738 Online (Ont Learn)   -

LITT70013

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Children’s Fantasy Literature, Exploring - Distance Learning

Enter the magical worlds of Harry Potter, a small hobbit, and the many other amazing heroes who populate children’s fantasy literature. From zooming on broomsticks to walking with fauns, explore fantastic journeys, their creators, and the underlying mythologies upon which they are based. Also explore ways to assist children and adults in appreciating the intricacies of good children’s literature and understanding the genre as well as how those fantastic worlds contribute to and enrich children’s imaginations and lives. Software requirement: word processor. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15740 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -   -

LITT78001

Creative Writing, Beginners - Distance Learning

Beginner writers and those with previous writing experience will hone their skills, benefit from a series of exercises and get involved in creative writing and critical reading. Workshop your own exercises and stories and receive valuable critique from fellow participants and the instructor. Note: Participation is mandatory. This is an interest course only. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16219 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

MATH10001

$261.39

Mathematics for Computing

Apply mathematical skills to the analysis and solution of various computer and business problems. Acquire and develop mathematical skills needed to understand the operation of modern digital, binary computers and to analyze and solve selected problems in a business environment. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16388 Davis (Bram) 16389 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Thu

MATH10123

Sep 15 Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Technical Mathematics - Upgrading

Learn the concepts of the basic operations of numbers and different number systems, algebra, trigonometry, and linear, quadratic, polynomial, logarithmic and exponential functions. Emphasis is placed on the understanding, as well as the manipulation of these mathematical topics, numerically, graphically, and symbolically. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16362 Davis (Bram)

Mon

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

MATH13406

12

$265.35

Applied Mathematics

Study concepts and operations of exponents, logarithms, trigonometric functions, inequalities, systems of non-linear equations, solution of higher order equations and plane analytic geometry. Emphasis is placed on applying mathematical concepts and skills to solve technical and physical problems numerically and graphically as well as algebraically. Prerequisite(s): MATH17688 Mathematics 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15760 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

MATH16269

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Business Mathematics 1

Develop the ability to perform mathematical operations and to apply mathematical techniques to a wide range of business problems. Begin with the mathematics of merchandising, a review of simple interest, followed by compound interest and applications. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 Mathematics/Grade 11 Advanced Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15932 Davis (Bram) Mon 15933 Online (Sheridan)   - 15931 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 15934 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon 15935 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 10   - Sep 14 6:30-9:30 pm Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 15 7-10 pm

MATH16532

12 - 14 12 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Pharmacy Mathematics

Pharmaceutical calculations (dilutions, dosage calculations and conversions using common fractions, decimal fractions, ratios, proportions, percentages and basic algebra) are introduced in order to accurately prepare and verify prescriptions. This is a web-based course which requires students to participate in online chats, contribute to discussions and complete online assignments and assessments. A minimum “B” grade must be achieved in order to continue in the Practical Nursing program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16165 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

MATH22558

14

$265.35

Integral Calculus

Learn basic integration methods for evaluating functions, symbolically as well as through graphing and computer/calculator algebra techniques. Apply these skills and concepts to solve technical and physical problems. Approach problem solving of engineering applications through numerical, algebraic and graphing techniques. Discover not only know how calculus works but why this mathematical model is the best method for this particular problem. A final project allows for problem solving while applying mathematical skills and concepts. Prerequisite(s): MATH22981 Differential Calculus CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15780 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

$350.09

Continuing Education Calendar

111

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Examine a practical, step-by-step approach to developing and building a novel. Topics include developing characterization; establishing goal, motivation and conflict; understanding and using viewpoint; moving the story forward with dialogue; structuring scenes; sustaining tension; understanding the concept of “show, don’t tell” and weaving plot strands. In-class seminars also include manuscript preparation, synopsis and query letter writing; researching the markets; copyrights, contracts and agents. Ample time will be allowed each week for you to read your work in class and receive feedback. Individual assistance will also be available. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


MATH29875

Statistical Methods and Analysis

Familiarize yourself with statistical techniques in solving business problems. Learn about frequency distribution, measures of location, central tendency, dispersion, normal distribution, and sampling distributions. Learn how to estimate means and proportions, and about simple regression and correlation, time series, business forecasting and indexes. Note: You will need a computer with internet access to complete some of your homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Prerequisite(s): MATH16269 Business Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16082 Davis (Bram) Sat 16084 Online (Sheridan)   - 16083 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16085 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

Sep 18 9 am-12:30 pm Sep 10   - Sep 14 6:30-9:30 pm Sep 16 7-10 pm

MATH36901

12 - 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Business Statistics, Advanced

Study advanced concepts and applications of techniques in solving business problems. Topics include: probability, decision analysis, sampling distributions, applications of sampling and risk analysis, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, analysis of variance, time series, index numbers, Bayes’ rule, and an introduction to linear programming. A computer with internet access is required to complete homework assignments. Access to the Open Access Labs at the Davis or Trafalgar Campus is available if needed. Note: This course (with a minimum “B” grade) is equivalent to CGA course Business Quantitative Analysis. Prerequisite(s): MATH29875 Statistical Methods and Analysis CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15886 Davis (Bram) Sat 15885 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 15887 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

MATH70005

Sep 18 Sep 15 Sep 14

8:30 am-12 pm 12 6:30-9:30 pm 14 7-10 pm 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

College Mathematics, Foundations of - Distance Learning

Review fundamental algebra, geometry, and trigonometry concepts. These math skills are essential for success in college programs requiring a solid foundation in mathematics. Designed for those who have completed Grade 12 math but need a quick review in preparing for college level or skills training programs. Mandatory group work is required. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. Prerequisite(s): Grade 12 Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16259 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MATH70006

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Finance and Accounting Math - Distance Learning

Gain an introduction to the concepts and procedures of the time value of money calculations used in Mathematics of Finance. Topics include simple interest, compound interest, simple and general annuities, bonds and cost-benefit analysis. Completion of Grade 12 math would be helpful. Software requirement: MS Word 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16260 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MATH70007

Sep 10   -   -

$415.13

Mathematics, Fundamental - Distance Learning

Examine the skills, terminology and understanding of concepts in basic arithmetic and the metric system. Topics covered: operations with whole numbers; fractions and decimals; operations with percents; solving applied problems involving percents; know and perform conversion between SI units; conversion between SI units and British or US units of measurement. Software requirement: MS Word 2000 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16261 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MATH70008

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Mathematics, Technical - Distance Learning

Geared towards engineering technology programs, this course begins with a review of fundamental concepts, arithmetic operations, and units of measure, and ends with an in-depth study of basic algebra, trigonometric and other functions and quadratic equations. An Ontario Secondary School Diploma is required. Software requirement: Pentium processor and Netscape 4.0 or higher. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16262 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$462.56

MATH70009

Basic and Algebraic Mathematics - Distance Learning

Acquire the preparatory mathematics skills necessary for entrance level mathematics courses in most college business programs. Learn basic skills in arithmetic and algebra. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn . CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16326 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MATM70003

$456.64

Operations Management, Introduction to

Become familiar with operations in manufacturing, distribution and services organizations. Learn the basics of location selection and layout. Among topics covered are capacity planning and scheduling, as well as the key concepts of JIT/Lean, OPT/TOC and MRP. Discuss the challenges of balancing capacity with demand and be introduced to forecasting techniques, demand planning and inventory ordering. Quality systems and continuous improvement methodologies, including Deming, Juran, ISO 9000 and Six Sigma, will also be addressed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16457 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

MATM70005

7-10 pm

13

$510.11

Logistics, Introduction to

Explore the interconnections between procurement, operations and transportation. Balance the pressures for large-order sizes to achieve low unit costs vs. low order sizes to minimize warehouse space and obsolescence. Centralized warehouses vs. multiple distributed warehouses will be addressed. Topics include: forecasting, uncertainty, safety stocks and customer service requirements. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16472 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

MATM70006

7-10 pm

13

$510.11

Transportation, Introduction to

Learn the four modes of transportation as well as intermodal transportation. Topics include: role of freight forwarders, brokers and integrated transportation companies. Students are introduced to transportation documentation. Examine contracts, insurance, customs clearance and letters of credit. Explore the fundamentals of Incoterms 2000 and their impact on buyer seller responsibility. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16473 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

MATM79601

Sep 16

7-10 pm

13

$510.11

Inventory Control, Fundamentals of

Cover basic principles of inventory management. Learn how to plan and control inventory in manufacturing, institutional, distribution, and retail environments. Find out what to stock by examining current and evolving technologies of inventory management. Note: Please bring a calculator and pencil to all classes. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15753 Davis (Bram)

Thu

MATM79604

Sep 23

7-10 pm

12

$508.85

Operations Management, Fundamentals of

Examine the design of systems that produce goods and services, and the operation of those systems. Observe relationships within the company environment, particularly between marketing and product design. Cover additional topics such as facilities planning, TQM, cost analysis, project planning, and operations resource management. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15669 Davis (Bram)

Tue

MATM79606

Sep 21

7-10 pm

12

$508.85

Supply Chain Management, Basics

Study the basic definitions and concepts for planning and controlling the flow of material into, through and out of an organization. Designed for production and inventory management personnel and CPIM candidates, the course explores the fundamental relationships among the activities that occur in the supply chain from suppliers to customers. Additional topics include types of manufacturing systems, forecasting, master planning, material requirements planning, capacity management, production activity control, purchasing, inventory management, distribution, quality management and Just-In-Time manufacturing. Students should have several years related work experience and should have successfully completed the FMOM program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15672 Davis (Bram)

Mon

MATM79607

Sep 20

7-10 pm

10

$456.04

Detailed Scheduling and Planning

An overview of material and capacity scheduling and planning. A detailed explanation of material requirement planning (MRP), a technique suitable for use in shops, is discussed. The course also introduces another material planning technique, materialdominated scheduling, which is applicable to process industries and other mature production environments. Additional topics include capacity requirements planning and other capacity planning techniques, including processor-dominated scheduling. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15748 Davis (Bram)

112

Sep 10   -   -

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

10

$456.04

Fall 2010


MATM79608

Execution and Control of Operations

15909 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

MATM79609

7-10 pm

9

$429.64

Master Planning of Resources

Explore processes used to: develop sales and operations plans; identify and assess internal and external demand and forecasting requirements; and effect on an achievable master schedule consistent with business policies, objectives and resource constraints. Learn to develop and validate a plan of supply, relating management of demand to environment, and how to create and validate a master schedule. Also learn to create concepts for transforming sales, marketing and business requirements into a feasible and economic operations plan in various business environments. Concepts and methodologies for managing projected and actual demands from distribution networks and external customers are addressed. Methods for integrating sales and operations plans, demand forecasts, and customer demand into specific master schedules are also presented. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15668 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

MATM79701

7-10 pm

9

$429.64

Transportation Systems

Transportation Systems provides the learner with comprehensive knowledge of the background and current technical information for all the modes of transportation as well as intermodalism. Students will be able to compare the five modes of transportation and identify their strengths and weaknesses. Also gain a foundational understanding of the elements within the distribution chain, specifically warehousing, materials handling, and unitization devices. This course will introduce the learner to the intermediate agencies (including freight forwarding and transportation brokers) as they relate to the field of transportation. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15685 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

12

MATM79702

$519.58

Logistics Processes

Building on the knowledge gained in the Transportation Systems course, the Logistics Processes course equips learners with knowledge and a practical understanding of the components of physical distribution and logistics. In doing so, it addresses the specific areas of contracts, loss and damage, transportation of dangerous goods, marine insurance, Canada customs, transportation management, international trade and the transportation regulatory environment. Prerequisite(s): MATM79701 Transportation Systems CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15686 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

MATM79703

12

$519.58

Integrated Logistics

Examine challenges faced by the manager of a physical distribution and supply system. The manager aims to coordinate the channels of distribution; the transportation and storage of products; and the communications and data processing systems, in such a way that costs are cut to a minimum, while the marketing requirements are satisfied. The application of quantitative methods to the solution of these problems is emphasized. Prerequisite(s): MATM79701 Transportation Systems and MATM79702 Logistics Processes CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15801 Davis (Bram)

Mon

Sep 13

MGMT24885

6:30-10 pm

12

$571.34

Supervisory Management

Implement knowledge and techniques received to pursue a successful career in executive office administration. Make the transition into management by providing skills beyond the technical skill base acquired in other courses in the Executive Office Administration Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16023 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Fall 2010

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

MGMT70001

Management and Leadership Skills for Early Childhood Educators

Receive an in-depth understanding of management and leadership. Review theories of leadership through a process of self-reflection. Explore professional leadership styles appropriate to the role of an administrator of an early childhood setting. Participate in analysis, reflection, and practice in communication, delegation, negotiation, conflict resolution, and managing change. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16543 Online (Ont Learn)   - 15843 Online (Sheridan)   - 15844 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon

Sep 10   - Sep 10   - Sep 13 6:30-10 pm

MGMT70003

- - 14

$332.35 $265.35 $265.35

Principles of Administration

With an emphasis on key leadership skills such as motivation, team building, and communication, discover the principles of administration. Cover topics such as objective setting, time management, motivation theory, leadership styles, problem solving, perception, and communication in this course. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16534 Davis (Bram)

Sat&Sun

MGMT70004

Sep 11

9 am-5 pm

4

$194.39

Management Principles - Distance Learning

Learn about the development of modern management and organizational theory. Additional topics include: the processes of planning, organizing, directing and controlling, communications, behavioural strategies and techniques, ethical and social responsibilities in the practice of management, and an overview of human relations. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15785 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

MGMT70006

Management Skills - Distance Learning

Do you have a personal leadership style? In today’s changing economic and political climate, the role of a manager/supervisor is extremely demanding and complex. Identify the roles and responsibilities required to manage effectively; develop knowledge and skills in planning, problem solving, and decision making; evaluate the roles of leadership and develop skill in motivation, communication, and teamwork. Review current practices in job design and schedules, organizational structure, culture, and human resources management. Also review control strategies for budget and information technology, managing in effective performers, and personal effectiveness. Mandatory group work involved. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16189 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MGMT70009

Sep 10   -   -

$320.52

Employment Law - Distance Learning

Review principles and managerial implications of employment law, including the formation, terms, regulation and termination of the employment relationship. Topics include: source of employment law; whether individuals are employees or independent contractors; discrimination and human rights legislation; employment standards legislation; the duties employees owe to employers; the duties employers owe to employees; formation of the employment contract; the terms that should be in an employment contract; termination of employment; wrongful dismissal; and where employment related information can be found on the Internet. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16222 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

MGMT70012

$367.82

Business Analysis Introduction

Gain an overview of the business analysis process and how the role of the business analysis professional fits within the broader context of projects and the organization. This dynamic and interactive course combines lectures, discussions and exercises. Overall, the course deals with real-world problems and presents methodologies to develop new and improved systems, products and results. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16466 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

$265.35

Continuing Education Calendar

113

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Examine techniques for scheduling and controlling production and process operations. Focus on the following areas: prioritizing and sequencing work, executing work plans, implementing controls, reporting results, and evaluating and providing feedback on performance. Also addressed are the execution of quality initiatives and continuous improvement plans, as well as the control and handling of inventories. Techniques for evaluating performance and collecting data for effective feedback are also discussed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


MGMT70014

Business Facilitation and Communication

As we spend more of our time in meetings and are required to work effectively in teams and achieve ever more challenging and important goals, facilitation is turning into an increasingly important skill and tool. Examine the role of the Business Analyst as a communicator and facilitator, including introduction of methods that are important to running meetings, events and information gathering sessions, as well as to communicating, negotiating, achieving buy-in, making decisions and solving problems. Prerequisite(s): MGMT70012 Business Analysis Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16467 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

MGMT78033

PMP Exam Preparation (35 PDUs)

The PMP Exam Prep workshop incorporates a unique pace, style and study methodology that prepares you to write PMI’s Project Management Professional (PMP®) credential examination. This program is developed and delivered by industry-leading curriculum developers and trainers. Eligibility to write the PMP exam is determined by PMI www. pmi.org CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16474 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

MGMT78037

Oct 16

9 am-5 pm

5

$1198.79

The Art and Science of Project Management

Build confidence in writing abilities by advocation in a project-management based approach to writing. Learn practical techniques for generating and organizing ideas as well as sound planning procedures that will define the project as a series of realizable steps. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

The “Art and Science” of Transformation - Project Manager Assessment Tool is a one of a kind workshop that provides participants with awareness of an emerging transformation project management model based on the application of “Art and Science”. It discusses the common causes of failure in organizational transformations and demonstrates the importance of applying a mix of art and science skills, beyond what is being used in traditional project management methodology to ensure success. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

16491 Online (Ont Learn)   -

16507 Trafalgar (Oak)

MGMT70018 Writing: Project Management - Distance Learning

Sep 10   -   -

MGMT70019

$332.35

Environment Management, Introduction - Distance Learning

Study the development of analytical and evaluation skills required in the management of environmental issues. Become familiar with the fate and effects of environmental contaminants as well as their safe management. Legislation regarding safe transport, handling and disposal of contaminants are addressed. Discuss the use of site inspections in the recognition and analysis of potential environmental risks. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16492 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MGMT70020

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Environmental Services - Distance Learning

A key area that needs to be managed well to operate a successful operation, is the physical plant of the building. Understanding and monitoring heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems to offer resident comfort and reduce costs is important. Departmental organization, job descriptions, resources, and budgets for these departments will be studied (Housekeeping, Laundry and Maintenance). This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16493 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MGMT70024

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Managing Payment Card Data Security Projects; Winning Strategies

Are you managing or planning to manage a Data Card Security Project? This seminar provides a step-by-step project management approach, utilizing case studies. The course will reinforce the PCI DDS mandatory standards necessary for successful project completion. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16502 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Oct 7

7-10 pm

5

$1186.93

MGMT78000 Writing a Business Proposal - Distance Learning Do you have ideas about products or operations that could benefit your business, but have no idea how to put them down as a concise and well constructed proposal? Examine the general guidelines to creating a professional proposal along with basic rules for formal business language. Learn how to construct and format your arguments to create effective proposals for any professional discipline. This course also includes an assignment where you will be able to use the content of your present discipline to implement the rules and guidelines that you have learned. Mandatory online postings and chats are required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16204 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

MGMT78001 Writing a Business Plan - Distance Learning Writing a business plan is essential for your success as a entrepreneur. Explore the steps of preparing an effective business plan, including an executive summary. Discuss the role and value of mission statements. Learn to clearly express your unique selling position, research market potential, develop customer profiles, prepare a financial plan with 12- and 24-month cash flow projections, as well as determine your initial advertising and promotion strategies. Mandatory online postings. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16205 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$225.91

Sat

MGMT79001

9 am-5 pm

2

$1175.03

Project Management, Fundamentals of

Study concepts and basic functions of the project management body of knowledge, including scope, quality, time, cost, risk, procurement, human resource and communication management. The integration of these functions into a project management system and the role of the project manager and project support staff will be reviewed. This course will prepare students for further in-depth studies in project management. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16005 Davis (Bram) Mon 16004 Davis (Bram) Sat 16001 Online (Sheridan)   - 16000 St. Joseph (Miss) Tue 16003 Trafalgar (Oak) Wed 16002 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

MGMT79009

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 18 9 am-12:30 pm Sep 10   - Sep 14 6:30-9:30 pm Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 16 7-10 pm

12 12 - 14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Managing Project Quality and Risk

The management of risk in a project is an organized approach to identifying, and analyzing for likely risk exposures. Gain the basic knowledge to analyze risk in projects, prepare contingency plans, and organize risk response. Quality management is the process to ensure that the project deliverables satisfy the client(s) needs. Techniques to plan for and control quality are covered. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79001 Fundamentals of Project Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16212 Davis (Bram) Mon 16211 Online (Sheridan)   -

MGMT79010

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 10   -

12 -

$265.35 $265.35

Managing Project Scope and Time

Focus on the important and critical first phase of project definition and subsequent identification to the planning process. Topics include: project initiation, project charter, scope planning and definition, scope control, scope change, scope verification, time estimates, project master schedule and schedule control. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79001 Fundamentals of Project Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16213 Online (Sheridan)   - 16214 Trafalgar (Oak) Tue

MGMT79011

Sep 10   - Sep 14 7-10 pm

- 14

$265.35 $265.35

Managing Project Procurement and Cost

Are you planning on procuring goods/services and managing costs on your projects? Learn the tools and techniques required to procure from both the buyer and seller’s perspective. Learn the processes involved in planning, budgeting, and controlling costs to complete a project within budget.. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79001 Fundamentals of Project Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16276 Davis (Bram) Wed 16275 Online (Sheridan)   -

MGMT79012

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 10   -

14 -

$265.35 $265.35

Project Human Resources and Communications Management

Are you managing a project or expect to manage one in the future? Explore leadership and project management and compare the theories of motivation. Learn about conflict, power and negotiations and managing your project’s communications requirements to ensure timely distribution of information to your project stakeholders. Prerequisite(s): MGMT79001 Fundamentals of Project Management CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16277 Online (Sheridan)   - 16278 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu

114

Nov 20

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Sep 10   - Sep 16 7-10 pm

- 12

$229.87 $229.87

Fall 2010


MKTG10625

Marketing 2

16155 St. Joseph (Miss) Wed 16156 Trafalgar (Oak) Thu 16157 Trafalgar (Oak) Sat

Sep 15 Sep 16 Sep 18

6:30-9:30 pm 14 7-10 pm 14 8:30 am-12 pm 12

MKTG19439

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Marketing 1

Acquire a basic understanding of functions and concepts of marketing in today’s business environment. Learn about the marketplace, consumer behaviour, product planning, branding, distribution and promotion. Learning experiences include classroom lecture/discussion and self-directed learning through research and seminar presentations. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16098 Davis (Bram) 16099 Davis (Bram) 16097 St. Joseph (Miss) 16100 Trafalgar (Oak) 16101 Trafalgar (Oak) 16102 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Thu Tue Mon Tue Sat

MKTG20480

Sep 13 Sep 16 Sep 14 Sep 13 Sep 14 Sep 18

6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 8:30 am-12 pm

12 14 14 12 14 12

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Customer Relationship Management

Learn to form, manage and extend business relationships with customers in both consumer and business markets. Applying concepts such as lifetime value, and RFM (recency, frequency, monetary value), classify and prioritize customers, then create appropriate communications and incentive strategies. Create and use databases to help describe and predict customer behaviour, and learn how to create, query and produce reports from database software. Learning experiences include a database simulation, demonstration and application of database software, in-class activities and interactive lectures. Prerequisite(s): MKTG10625 Marketing 2 and a basic knowledge of Windows. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16054 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

MKTG22183 Marketing on the World Wide Web - Distance Learning Explore marketing principles in the context of the Web, including how segmentation, target marketing and positioning are executed. Explore the unique dimensions of product, pricing, place and promotion on the Web. Develop a Web marketing plan and learn how to direct the development of a business website. This course relies heavily on student collaboration, research and participation in presentations and discussions of current Web practice. Sucessful completion of introductory marketing, and computer and communication courses is required prior to registering for this course. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15754 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

MKTG27583

$332.35

Marketing Analysis and Planning

Study relevant, contemporary topic areas in the marketing field and determine how and where each of these applies to the planning and construction of an effective marketing action plan. Undertake a collaborative and individual marketing plan to be completed in sections with one or more stages being submitted. Prerequisite(s): MKTG10625 Marketing 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16077 Davis (Bram) 16078 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Mon

Sep 14 Sep 13

MKTG31445

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Supply Chain Management

Explore the connections among strategies for customer service, inventory, suppliers, transportation and distribution centres as they identify best practices. The role of technology and current thinking in supply chain management are central course features. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16124 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

MKTG70000

Develop an understanding of customer service and the skills associated with understanding the needs of customers, meeting those needs and fostering an environment that encourages customers to return. This course will be of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or external, on a daily basis. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15975 Online (Ont Learn)   -

MKTG70001

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Market Research, Applied - Distance Learning

Develop a user oriented approach to the acquisition and analysis of marketing research information for marketing management decision making. Become involved in all aspects of research information for marketing management decision making including problem definition, research design, sample selection, collection, computer data reduction, analysis, formulation of recommendations and presentation of results or management action. Software requirement: MS Word. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s) BUSM70011 Statistics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15974 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

MKTG70005

$367.82

Purchasing - Distance Learning

This course is an introduction to the procurement function, AKA industrial buying. Explore the basics of the purchasing function including the purchasing cycle and the way the purchasing cycle is integrated into the firm’s organization. Various purchasing tools and techniques are described and practiced. The important topics of cost-price analysis and negotiation are studied. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16272 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

NURS10146

$332.35

Nursing Lab 2

Learn and practice nursing skills safely to assist clients in maintaining and restoring optimum health. Examine the role of the practical nurse in conjunction with these skills and integrate communication into the practice of these skills. Note: Additional fee required for lab kit. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A Practical Nursing Program, SCIE20049 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 2, HEAL25586 Physcial Assessment, PHAR15288 Pharmacology for Nurses 1, NURS18081 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16496 Davis (Bram) 16495 Davis (Bram)

Wed Wed

Sep 8 Sep 8

6:30-9:30 pm 6:30-9:30 pm

NURS14494

14 14

$350.95 $350.95

Nursing Practice 1

Integrate concepts and knowledge gained in the classroom with skills learned in a lab setting. Note: Additional fee required for lab kit. Prerequisite(s): For PSW students - must be completed prior to commencing PSW practicums. For PN students: must be the last course completed in section A. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15872 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 7

NURS17013

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$327.60

The Self and The Profession

Focus on personal and professional development as it relates to the practice of nursing. Acquire the knowledge to understand one’s personal values, beliefs and how they intersect with professional roles and responsibilities. Theories and concepts of caring and reflective practice are introduced. This is a Web-based course in which some sessions are conducted in a classroom while others are delivered completely online requiring reliable access to the Internet. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15871 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

NURS18081

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Nursing Care of Conditions and Diseases 1

Focus on the nursing care of adult clients experiencing chronic medical-surgical conditions and diseases. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the Practical Nursing Program, SCIE20049 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 1, HEAL25586 Physcial Assessment, PHAR15288 Pharmacology for Nurses 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15873 Davis (Bram)

Fall 2010

Customer Relations, Building and Maintaining - Distance Learning

Wed

Sep 15

Continuing Education Calendar

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

115

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Examine the quantitative issues in marketing, price calculations, break-even analysis and marketing research. Explore channel issues and marketing communications. This course builds on the Marketing 1 survey course by emphasizing the application of the concepts learned and adding depth to the topics. Prerequisite(s): MKTG19439 Marketing 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


NURS19469

Fundamentals of Practical Nursing

Focus on nursing interventions and effective communication that provide support and basic care for adult clients. Learn about the theoretical underpinnings of the profession: core concepts of nursing process, health and human needs. Prerequisite(s): COMM19999 Essential Communication Skills, NURS17013 The Self and the Profession, SCIE24681 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 1, MATH16532 Pharmacy Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15870 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

6:30-9:30 pm

NURS20016

14

$265.35

Nursing Lab 4

Practice and consolidate previously learned skills and those related to maternal child nursing and mental health nursing in a non-threatening environment. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Sections A, B and C in the Practical Nursing Program, NURS23921 The Realities of Practice, NURS21322 Maternal and Child Nursing, NURS21323 Mental Health Nursing CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16537 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Nov 2

NURS21322

7-9 pm

7

$99.78

Maternal and Child Nursing

Focus on the nursing care of childbearing women, children and adolescents. Acquire the knowledge to assess clients and recognize normal and abnormal findings when caring for the childbearing woman (from preconception to postpartum) and child (including basic growth and development stages from newborn to adolescent). Study family centered care, and teaching and learning strategies. Recognize the role of the practical nurse in relation to other healthcare team members in caring for childbearing women, children and adolescents. Apply the nursing process in planning care, through a variety of approaches including case scenarios, presentations, demonstrations and small group activities. Prerequisite(s): Section C courses in the Practical Nursing Program and NURS23921 The Realities of Practice and NURS21322 Maternal and Child Nursing CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16234 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

NURS21323

6-10 pm

7

$182.56

Mental Health Nursing

Focus on the nursing care for clients experiencing mental health issues across the lifespan. Learn specific interventions and strategies to deal with challenging situations related to psychiatric problems. Gain knowledge of the related ethical and legal aspects. A holistic client centered focus is emphasized. Through lectures, discussions, case studies, role plays, videos, and experiential exercises, understand the importance of nursing interventions that promote, restore, or maintain mental health. Prerequisite(s): Section C courses in the Practical Nursing Program and NURS23921 The Realities of Practice and NURS21322 Maternal and Child Nursing CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16458 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

NURS23921

6-10 pm

7

$182.56

The Realities of Practice

Explore politics and the health care system and how these impact nursing practice at the bedside. Topics related directly to practice will include reflective practice as a health care professional and understanding the legal/ethical implications of delegating patient care to unregulated professionals. Understand the concepts of leadership and management through case studies, group work, and moderated discussions. Write practice tests to prepare for the national exam. The basics of reading and critiquing research articles will be reinforced in authentic or simulated situations. Prerequisite(s): Section C courses in the Practical Nursing Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16233 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

NURS24049

Nov 4

6-10 pm

7

$182.56

Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 2

Continue to focus on the nursing care of clients with various conditions and diseases with particular emphasis on the more complex and surgical experiences of clients, and community health issues. Client centered care is emphasized. Prerequisite(s): Section A courses in the Practical Nursing Program and NURS18081 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16198 Davis (Bram)

116

Thu

Sep 16

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

NURS24717

Nursing Clinical 3

Practice skills in the delivery of nursing care to clients undergoing surgery or requiring more nursing interventions to maintain and restore optimum health. Integrate learning while caring for clients in various clinical settings such as long term care facilities, community agencies, hospitals, and in the learning resource lab with simulated clients. Prequisite(s): Successful completion of Sections A, B in the Practical Nursing Program and NURS24998 Issues and Trends, PHAR37900 Pharmacology for Nurses 2, NURS24049 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 2 and NURS25288 Nursing Lab 3 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16364 Davis (Bram) 16365 Davis (Bram)

Sat Sat

Sep 11 Sep 11

7 am-7 pm 7 am-7 pm

NURS24998

14 14

$628.69 $628.69

Issues and Trends

Explore the use of technology in nursing and its application to practice. Course work includes analysis of the current issues and trends in health care such as evidence based nursing practice, cultural diversity, community health, advocacy, and political issues and their implications in the nursing profession. Examine issues related to ethics and quality of work life. Through learning experiences such as in class discussions and presentations, learn about groups and teams and develop an awareness of the current concerns in the profession. Contribute to online discussions and complete online activities such as presentations, surveys and quiz, and assignments. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Sections A and B in the Practical Nursing Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16197 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

6:30-9:30 pm

14

NURS25288

$265.35

Nursing Lab 3

Practice skills in the delivery of nursing care to clients undergoing surgery or for clients requiring nursing interventions to maintain and restore optimum health. Integrate learning from previous semesters into the delivery of quality nursing care. Note: Additional fee required for lab kit. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Sections A and B in the Practical Nursing Program and NURS24998 Issues and Trends, PHAR37900 Pharmacology for Nurses 2, NURS24049 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16199 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 9

6:30-9:30 pm

NURS27721

14

$350.95

Nursing Clinical 2

Apply nursing skills and knowledge learned in the simulation and practice labs in supervised, clinical settings such as long term care facilities, hospitals, clinics or community agencies to assist clients in maintaining and restoring optimum levels of health, wellness and comfort. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses and Section B theory courses in the Practical Nursing Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16367 Davis (Bram) 16366 Davis (Bram)

Sat Sat

NUTR76001

Sep 11 Sep 11

7 am-7 pm 7 am-7 pm

14 14

$628.69 $628.69

Body and Nutrition - Distance Learning

Do you feel stressed out? Do you eat when you’re not hungry? Are you tired all the time? These are only some of the side effects of not living a balanced lifestyle. Learn how to put control back into your life! In the first half of the course, we analyze how nutrients break down and work together in the body. In the second half, we discuss issues and theories involving health and nutrition. Topics include: the science of nutrition; nutrition research and food quackery; the digestive system; carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals; weight control; diseases; nutrition for a growing world population (additives, pesticides, food production); food allergies and intolerances; food labels; and water. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16220 Online (Ont Learn)   -

NUTR76002

Sep 10   -

-

$332.35

Nutrition, Introduction-Distance Learning

Learn the basic principles of nutrition and the role of nutrition in the health care environment. Current nutrition recommendations for fat, fibre, vitamins, minerals and weight control will be discussed as well as nutrition throughout the lifecycle. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16227 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

Fall 2010


OADM70000

Computer Basics and Keyboarding

15991 Davis (Bram) 15992 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Mon

Sep 14 Sep 13

7-10 pm 6:30-10 pm

OADM70001

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Document Production

Master the keyboard with an emphasis on technique in developing speed and accuracy. In addition, students will format, proofread and edit business documents using Microsoft Word. Advanced business documents will be prepared incorporating formatting skills and the appropriate software functions. Prerequisite(s): APPL70052 Word 2007, Advanced or practiced skills in creating, editing and printing advanced Word documents. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16181 Davis (Bram) 16182 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Tue

OADM70002

Sep 15 Sep 14

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Legal Office Procedures - Distance Learning

Develop basic knowledge of the legal secretary/assistant’s clerical and practical duties required in a law office. Content includes reception/client relations, effective communications and basic legal documentation used in all areas of law. Students will also enhance their vocabulary of common legal terminology used within a law office, government agency, court systems, social services and current affairs through practice, study guide and quizzes. It is recommended that the student be familiar with legal terminology. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15985 Online (Ont Learn)   -

OADM70003

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Legal Terminology - Distance Learning

Build a vocabulary of common legal terminology used within a law office, government agency, court systems, social services and current affairs through practice, study guide and quizzes. Terms used in criminal law, torts, contracts, personal property, practice and procedure, wills and estates, real property, family law, negotiable instruments, and business organizations and bankruptcy will be covered. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15986 Online (Ont Learn)   -

OADM70004

Sep 10   -   -

$261.39

Medical Office Billing Procedures

Explore different aspects of medical billing procedures within a general practice and a variety of different specialty areas of medicine. Train to complete claims for the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP), Work Place Safety Insurance Board (WSIB) and Private Billing Procedures on the most current medical billing software. A strong emphasis is placed on Ministry of Health rules and regulations. Prerequisite(s): Basic knowledge of Windows and College-level English is required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15767 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

OADM70005

7-10 pm

14

$285.35

Medical Office Procedures

Explore the basic theoretical concepts and duties of the medical office assistant. Topics include medical ethics, medicine and the law, appointment scheduling, telephone techniques, radiology, first aid and pharmacology. Examine professional behaviour and good human relations/communications. A strong emphasis is placed on office management and clinical procedures. Prerequisite(s): College-level English skills. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15865 Davis (Bram) 15866 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Sat

Sep 14 Sep 18

OADM70006

7-10 pm 14 8:30 am-12 pm 12

$265.35 $265.35

Medical Terminology 1

Explore the origin and composition of medical words, their roots, prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations and the terminology dealing with the major systems of the body. College-level English skills are required. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15772 Davis (Bram) 15773 STC (Oak) 15774 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Tue&Thu Tue

Fall 2010

Sep 15 Nov 2 Sep 14

7-10 pm 2-5 pm 7-10 pm

14 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

OADM70007

Medical Terminology 2

Continue to build on the origin and composition of medical words, their roots, prefixes, suffixes, abbreviations, and the terminology dealing with the major systems of the body. Emphasis is also placed on the plural and singular forms of medical terms. Prerequisite(s): OADM70006 Medical Terminology 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15766 Davis (Bram)

Wed

OADM70008

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Medical Documents and Techniques

Study a variety of medical documents and correspondence that are currently used in the medical environment. Review basic keyboarding rules in punctuation, capitalization, transcribing numbers and figures. Learn to keyboard and format medical documents quickly and efficiently. Proofreading and making corrections are also taught. 45wpm keyboarding skills, a firm knowledge of Word, and college-level English skills are required. Prerequisite(s): APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction, OADM70007 Medical Terminology 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15946 Davis (Bram) 15947 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat Thu

Sep 18 Sep 16

OADM70009

9 am-12:30 pm 12 7-10 pm 14

$265.35 $265.35

Medical Machine Transcription

Develop skills in operating transcription equipment and your ability to understand and follow dictated material. Use this opportunity to increase your understanding and usage of medical terminology. Improve your proofreading, editing, and punctuation skills. Prerequisite(s): OADM70009 Medical Terminology 2, OADM70008 Medical Documents and Techniques, APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15775 Davis (Bram)

Mon

OADM70010

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Medical Terminology - Distance Learning

Develop the language required to communicate effectively in a medical setting. Study medical terminology, word structure as well as diagnostic procedures and pharmacology related to 12 body systems. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15982 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

OADM70011

$332.35

Office Systems Procedures

Prepare for a career as an office professional. Study emerging technologies and standards of practice in the contemporary Canadian workplace. Learn how to perform a range of administrative support functions. Topics include human relations, customer service, work, time and resource management, office technologies, handing mail, records management, planning travel arrangements, meetings and conferences, and business communications. Develop research skills. Discuss employment strategies and professional development. Develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. Prerequisite(s): APPL70051 Word 2007, Introduction CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15990 Davis (Bram)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

OADM70012 Office Technology and Procedures - Distance Learning Acquire practical and transferable office administration skills, attitudes, behaviours and knowledge, which can be valuable in obtaining and retaining careers in today’s fast-changing office environment. Topics include Internet research and email messages; managing time and stress; telecommunications; office reception and customer service; planning meetings and travel arrangements; handling the office mail; and document management. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15976 Online (Ont Learn)   -

OADM70014

Sep 10   -   -

$415.13

Health Records Management - Distance Learning

This course is designed for the entry level health information/health records clerk, orienting to essential procedures such as number and filing methods, processing and assembling health records, physician incomplete areas, as well as confidentiality and release of information. Software required: word processor. This course is delivered through Ontario Learn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16268 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

Continuing Education Calendar

$296.87

117

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Learn the basics of computer technology including an introduction to hardware components, system and application software. Manage files and folders, and customize Window settings. Develop your keyboarding speed to a minimum of 20 net words per minute through speed tests. You will also have the opportunity to format simple business correspondence and memos. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


OADM70016 Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting - Distance Learning Learn theory and techniques for successful verbal and non-verbal communication and effective work skills, including communication systems, ethical behaviour, confidentiality, stress and time management, hospital organization and human relations. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16475 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

OADM70017

$296.87

Veterinary Office Skills and Procedures - Distance Learning

Learn administrative and clerical procedures specific to the veterinary medical office practice. Included are reception, appointment scheduling, telephones skills and procedures. Realize the importance of proper preparation of veterinary records. Develop an understanding of invoicing, basic computer skills and how to function in a professional manner within a veterinary setting. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16476 Online (Ont Learn)   -

OADM70018

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Veterinary Terminology - Distance Learning

Focus on terminology specific to the veterinary office and develop the necessary language skills to communicate effectively within this setting. Word structure and terminology are studied to ensure that those working in the veterinary profession understand the doctor, their peers and clients. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16477 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

OMDP70001

$332.35

Communications

Learn how to talk to people and hear what they’re saying. Focus on the communication process, find out what it involves, and how to ensure that it exists. Learn about communication at different levels within or outside the company, the different kinds of communication and how to use them effectively. Explore the need for sensitivity and flexibility, and what to say when, where, how, why, and to whom. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15850 Davis (Bram) 15848 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat Wed

Sep 18 Sep 22

OMDP70002

8:30 am-4:30 pm 4 7-10 pm 10

$194.39 $194.39

Human Relations

Learn what makes people tick and how to keep them going. Find out how to deal with employees and understand their needs. Learn to choose the right people and help them reach their full potential through training, motivation and leadership. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15811 Davis (Bram) 15810 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Sat&Sun

Sep 22 Oct 30

OMDP70003

7-10 pm 10 8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39 $194.39

Critical and Creative Thinking

Practice creative thinking techniques that help people to think creatively, and apply these skills to a work environment. Develop critical thinking and reasoning skills to help analyze and respond appropriately to a wide variety of personal and work situations. Critical thinking and creative thinking are skills that are valued in every company and organization. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15803 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat&Sun

Sep 18

OMDP70004

8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39

Customer Service Excellence

Many businesses and professions are placing renewed emphasis on providing quality services and products to their customers. Learn how to improve customer service in order to remain competitive. In today’s business environment, providing a quality product or service is merely the entrance fee to play in the game. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16540 Davis (Bram) 15805 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu Sat

Sep 23 Sep 18

OMDP70009

7-10 pm 10 8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39 $194.39

Human Resources Selection

Learn how to recruit, select, and appraise employees. Learn also how to establish hiring, transfer, and promotion policies. Forecast staff needs, and develop accurate job specifications. Find and attract suitable candidates, and learn how to obtain reliable and relevant information, as well as interview techniques. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16520 Davis (Bram) 15701 Trafalgar (Oak)

118

Mon Sat

Sep 20 Oct 23

7-10 pm 10 8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39 $194.39

OMDP70011

Management for Results

Explore traditional concepts and beliefs, and learn to understand the human factor and how to make the most of it. Learn the difference between holding people back versus motivating them through job enrichment. Master the art of delegation and the science of management by objectives. Learn how to set goals, plan performance and appraise results, and how to make it all happen. Note: The online course requires mandatory group work and Pentium class computer (recommended resolution 800 x 600, with Acrobat and Flash plug ins) and is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16541 Davis (Bram) 15808 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Sat&Sun

Sep 21 Dec 4

7-10 pm 10 8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

OMDP70014

$194.39 $194.39

Administration

Keep abreast of daily office activities. Explore the supervisor’s role and the principles of effective supervision. Learn to set objectives and realize goals, how to organize and plan, and about information systems and results analysis. Recognize problems and take corrective action, allowing for the human factor. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15798 Davis (Bram) 15797 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat Mon

Sep 18 Sep 20

OMDP70017

8:30 am-4:30 pm 4 7-10 pm 10

$194.39 $194.39

Operations Management

Keep on top of things in the plant. Examine the supervisor’s role and the principles of effective supervision. Learn how to set objectives and realize goals, plan, schedule, measure results, and evaluate efficiency. Know how to detect the need for improvement and take the proper action. Learn how to motivate people and get the day’s jobs completed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15809 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Nov 20

OMDP70022

8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39

Team Building and Leadership

Learn to identify the critical factors for successful team building within your organization. Take a look at organizations today and see why teams are necessary for organizational survival. Find out how to build the best team possible, and examine leadership skills required for the workplace of this and the next decade. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15807 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 21

OMDP70023

7-10 pm

10

$194.39

Training in the Workplace

Although workplace training has traditionally been regarded as the responsibility of human resources departments, supervisors are increasingly being asked to assume the role of trainer as well. Examine the skills required in training groups and individuals in the workplace. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15806 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 23

OMDP70024

7-10 pm

10

$194.39

Dealing with Difficult People

Learn how by looking at situations, outcomes, and ourselves we can change things for a better result. The focus is on understanding the behaviour of people and its effects on others. Additional topics include: societal attitudes and behaviours; identifying behavioural types and their consequences; and defining types of difficult behaviour. Coping in the workplace as well as a personal strategic plan will be discussed. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16195 Davis (Bram)

Sat&Sun

Nov 20

PHAR15288

8:30 am-4:30 pm 4

$194.39

Pharmacology for Nurses 1

Focus on the roles and responsibilities of the practical nurse in the administration of medications and monitoring their effects. Learn the nursing care associated with the identified classification of drugs received by clients. Prerequisite(s): MATH16532 Pharmacy Mathematics CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15896 Davis (Bram)

Mon

Sep 13

PHAR37900

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Pharmacology for Nurses 2

Continue to focus on the practical nurse’s roles and responsibilities in the administration and monitoring of effects of several classifications of drugs. Learn to recognize and respond to adverse effects. Prerequisite(s): MATH16532 Pharmacy Mathematics, PHAR15288 Pharmacology for Nurses 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16238 Davis (Bram)

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Mon

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Fall 2010


PHAR70001

Professional Practice for Pharmacy Technician Bridging

16443 Davis (Bram) Mon 16444 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PHAR70002

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 10   -

13 -

$283.09 $283.09

Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technician Bridging

Receive a practical, applied approach to pharmacology. Through a variety of learning tools such as assignments, quizzes, case studies and group work, enhance your ability to practice competently and contribute to a safe patient care setting. Gain basic knowledge related to the pharmacological uses of drugs within a variety of commonly encountered medical conditions. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16459 Davis (Bram) Wed 16460 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 10   -

11 -

$212.19 $212.19

PHAR70003 Product Preparation for Pharmacy Technician Bridging

Examine the theoretical knowledge and practical skills esential for safe and accurate preparation of sterile and non-sterile pharmaceutical products. For non-sterile preparation, focus on compounding practices for various internal and external preparations and specialty dosage forms, equipment and tools, professional guidelines, standards and legislation, pharmaceutical calculations and documentation requirements. For sterile preparation, areas of emphasis include infection control, aseptic technique, parenteral dosage forms, accurate calculations, appropriate use of equipment, and quality control. Best practices associated with the preparation of TPN and antineoplastics are also convered. Note: Additional fee required for lab kit. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16461 Davis (Bram) Tue 16546 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PHAR70004

Sep 14 7-10 pm Sep 10   -

11 -

$212.19 $212.19

Management of Drug Distribution for Pharmacy Technician Bridging

Examine various drug distribution systems in pharmacy practice, and prepare to effectively manage operations in different practice settings to ensure safe and effective drug supply and distribution. Explore distributive functions in institutional settings, as well as common drug plans and their formularies, adjudication challenges, inventory management elements and common business practices. Accurate product release within the parameters of the pharmacy technician role receives special emphasis. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16462 Davis (Bram) Wed 16463 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 10   -

PHIL17545G

13 -

$247.68 $247.68

Philosophy of Love and Sex

Critically examine a variety of concepts and philosophies about love and sex. Explore a number of related issues and themes, formulate definitions and analyze personal philosophies and definitions. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16308 Davis (Bram) 16307 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue Thu

PHIL70000

Sep 14 Sep 16

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Environmental Citizenship - Distance Learning

Based on the general principles of national citizenship, environmental citizenship goes beyond national borders to emphasize global environmental rights and responsibilities - to focus on both conservation of and planned sustainable use of our planet’s resources, as well as the recognition that environmental health is a prerequisite to human health. Environmental citizenship is a personal commitment to learning more about the environment and to taking responsible environmental action. This course is a journey into adopting attitudes and behaviours that foster global environmental responsibility. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16478 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PHIL70001

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Preparatory Physics - Distance Learning

This course is designed to prepare students with the necessary background in physics to allow them to enter the first year of a College Technician or Technology program. Real life exploration is the essence of science; easy demonstrations and experiments will be done in your kitchen, with materials typically found in any home. Topics include: measurement and online components, kinematics, dynamics, energy and heat, light and geometric optics, plus waves and sound. Online collaboration and presentation will include mandatory posting and responding to contributions on a discussion board. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16175 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$379.65

PROG24178

Object Oriented Programming 2 - Java

Acquire the critical thinking skills required to take a problem, analyze it, then come up with a program to solve it. Build on the concepts of object-oriented programming introduced in PROG10082. Learn exception handling, inheritance, advanced class building concepts, Arrays and array lists plus GUI programming. Expect to take on more of the responsibility for coming up with the design and the solution required to solve a problem. Prerequisite(s): PROG10082 Object Oriented Programming 1 - JAVA CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16217 Davis (Bram)

Mon&Thu Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

PROG34998

24

$513.69

.NET and C# Programming

Create and debug projects written in C# programming in computation, graphics or business applications in this introduction to the Microsoft .NET platform technology. The focus is on Object Oriented programming (OOP) for use in designing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) for desktop applications and web applications. Prerequisite(s): PROG24178 Computer Programming 2 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16245 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue&Thu

PROG70002

Sep 14

7-10 pm

28

$513.69

Client Side JavaScript, Intermediate - Distance Learning

Use the JavaScript Document Object Model in detail statements, recording changes in detail, as well as event-driven programming. Learn how to create dynamic rollover, animations and other Web programming effects. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): PROG70007 JavaScript - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15789 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PROG70004

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

HTML, JavaScript, CGI - Fundamentals - Distance Learning

Learn the essential elements of Web computer programming. After the study of the HTML language starting with the very basics of tags, elements and attributes learn the programming concepts that are universal regardless of the implementation language. Study programming environments and program elements such as control structures, arrays, numbers, strings, logical and comparison operators. The JavaScript language is used to illustrate and apply the concepts. This introduction also covers Web server configuration, browser and server communication, HTTP headers, HTML forms processing and CGI. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15787 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PROG70005

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

Java Introduction - Distance Learning

Learn the basics of the Java programming language and how this can be applied in today’s highly competitive market. Topics include: create applets and applications; fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming; data types; looping and control structures; strings; arrays and applets. Previous programming experience would be an asset. Students may use whichever Java development environment they choose (J-Builder/J++). JDK bundled with text. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15794 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$320.52

Environmental Ethics - Distance Learning

Examine various moral theories that relate to nature, and how well they can be applied to environmental issues. Explore specific topics to see in what ways they are moral issues and not just about physical facts. Topics include animal rights, nonWestern views on nature, the ethics of food, obligations to future generations, and environmental justice. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16479 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -   -

$296.87

Continuing Education Calendar

119

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Prepare for entry to practice in five main areas of focus: legal requirements, scope of practice, ethical principles, professionalism and communication skills. Enhance your ability to practice competently within the professional practice framework, through a variety of learning tools such as interactive case studies, assignments, quizzes and group work. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

PHYS70000


PROG70006

Java Intermediate - Distance Learning

Integrate existing skills in developing Java applications to develop Java applets and more robust Java applications. Learn some of the more advanced Java topics, such as how to utilize inheritance and the Swing Toolkit. Layout managers, and Java’s event model, will also be covered. Students may use whichever Java development environment they choose ( J-Builder / J++). JDK bundled with text. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): PROG70005 Java Introduction - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15795 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PROG70017

Sep 10   -   -

$320.52

C# Programming, Introduction to - Distance Learning

Learn the fundamentals of C# programming language. Explore object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts including data abstraction, inheritance and polymorphism. Using .NET and C#, learn to design, code and document business-oriented programs. Previous knowledge of any programming language would be helpful. Software requirements: Windows 2000 PRO, Windows XP PRO or better, .NET, C#. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16256 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PROG70018

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Programming in C - Distance Learning

Explore structured programming and problem solving techniques using C. Establish a firm foundation for other programming courses, including C++. Study variables, simple operations, and flow control to input/output, arrays, pointers, strings, and structures. Prior computer programming experience is not needed, but you should be familiar with your computer’s operating system. Access to a C or C++ compiler is required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16316 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PROG70019

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

XML Introduction - Distance Learning

Explore XML, the latest buzzword on the Internet, but becoming more and more widely used in Web-based applications. Apply the different technologies surrounding XML (data binding, Cascading Style Sheets - CSS, extensible Style Sheet - SXL, Document Type Definition - DTD, Schema, Open Database Connectivity - ODBC, etc.) to develop Web pages based on XML for any e-commerce application. Emphasis will be on creating XML documents needed for many different applications. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): HTML Introduction and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word and Access). CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16317 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

PSRV16017

$332.35

Police Powers

Examine pertinent sections of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and their impact on the Canadian criminal procedure. Citizen and police arrest and release authorities, police powers of search and seizure, with and without warrant, police discretion and its implications are discussed. Become familiar with police terminology and apply the procedures required to affect arrest and release. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16530 Davis (Bram)

Wed

PSRV26111

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Community Policing and Leadership

Explore the theory and models of community policing. Problem solving models and alternative dispute resolution strategies are examined along with community development and community involvement in dispute resolution. Public relations is also explored. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16164 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

PSRV28081

14

$265.35

Private Policing

As a result of Bill 159, which requires mandatory training for licensed security personnel, this course has been developed to meet those requirements. Examine tiered policing, current trends in the security industry and the various services provided by in-house and contract security. Review the core components, skills, abilities and knowledge needed to enter into the private policing field. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16293 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

PSYC15065G

16040 Davis (Bram) 16041 Davis (Bram) 16039 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Wed Tue

PSYC70001

Sep 13 Sep 15 Sep 14

6:30-10 pm 7-10 pm 7-10 pm

12 14 14

$265.35 $265.35 $265.35

Abnormal Psychology - Distance Learning

Focus on various types of psycho-pathology or abnormal behaviour as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, Fourth Revision (published by the American Psychiatric Association). Examine the various symptoms and features associated with different types of mental disorders such as schizophrenia, substance use disorders, mood disorders, disassociative disorders, personality disorders, eating disorders and anxiety disorders. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15821 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PSYC70003

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Developmental Psychology - Distance Learning

Examine human growth and development from conception to death. Learn the four goals of psychology and examine approaches used to explain continuity and change over the lifespan. Understand the process of conception and common genetic errors; explain the concept of dominant and recessive genes; define behavioural genetics, traits and temperament. Study the progression of physical, motor, intellectual, language, social and moral development from early childhood through adolescence and adulthood. Examine the perception of death by children and adults, and the impact of culture on mourning rituals and the grief process. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15823 Online (Ont Learn)   -

PSYC70005

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Psychology, Introduction - Distance Learning

Discover why, that in order to understand ourselves and interact appropriately with others, we must first understand the basis for behaviour. The study of psychology provides an understanding of why people think and act as they do. It examines the scientific process of research, the human brain and the nervous system, sensation and perception, learning, memory and personality. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15828 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

QUAL79001

$332.35

Quality Concepts

Study basic tools and concepts of quality in this foundation course for the Quality Assurance and Management Certificate. Define the basics of quality assurance systems, explain the role of quality in manufacturing and service industries, identify the appropriate tools for continuous process improvement, recognize and understand the terminology in QA reports, and describe the statistical methods in QA process. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15730 Davis (Bram) Wed 15731 Online (Sheridan)   -

Sep 15 7-10 pm Sep 10   -

QUAL79003

14 -

$288.35 $288.35

Quality Auditing 1 (QA)

Examine the concept of quality auditing as part of a business function. Topics include: what is an audit; types of audits; purpose and objective; ethics, conduct, skills, liability issues; preparing a manual; ISO90011.2000, ISO 10011; audit checklist, sampling, auditor skills; audit preparation and performance; exit meeting; and audit program management. Prerequisite(s): QUAL79001 Quality Concepts, QUAL79002 Basic Statistics and SPC CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15732 Davis (Bram) Mon 15733 Online (Sheridan)   -

QUAL79004

Sep 13 6:30-10 pm Sep 10   -

12 -

$288.35 $288.35

Essentials of Quality Management

Study the principles of management, quality system and quality models; quality management tools, process management approaches and customer-focused organizations. Apply principles of management, including quality systems and quality models; use quality management tools and process management approaches; identify and segment customers; manage customer relationships and commitment; employ problem solving tools; and improve their presentation skills by practice. Prerequisite(s): QUAL79001 Quality Concepts, QUAL79002 Basic Statistics and SPC CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15734 Davis (Bram)

120

Psychology Core Concepts

Examine concepts, theories, and research findings within the biological, behavioural, psychodynamic, humanistic, and cognitive perspectives. This introductory-level course in the science of behaviour and mental processes covers topics such as learning and memory, motivation and emotion, personality theories, psychological disorders and therapy. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$288.35

Fall 2010


QUAL79005

Statistical Methods, Advanced

15735 Davis (Bram)

Tue

QUAL79007

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$288.35

Inspection, Test, Metrology and Print Reading

Develop the knowledge and skills of the technician and inspector. Topics include: how to read a blueprint; Metrology and the importance of measurement; dimensions and tolerancing; classification of defects, types of errors; gauge care and calibration; gauge repeatability and reproductivity; hardness testing, force and angle measurement; nondestructive and destructive testing. Prerequisite(s): QUAL79001 Quality Concepts CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15736 Davis (Bram)

Thu

QUAL79008

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$288.35

ISO Documentation and Implementation

Gain basic understanding of the ISO family of documents and their purpose. Topics covered: evolution of international standards; requirements of ISO 9001; controlled and uncontrolled documentation; background and importance of a quality planning document; conducting a documentation review; and registration audit process. Plan a project for the implementation of a simple quality management system at a small business enterprise, and construct a Quality Policy. Prerequisite(s): QUAL79001 Quality Concepts, QUAL79003 Quality Auditing 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15737 Davis (Bram)

QUAL79013

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

14

$288.35

Co-ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), Introduction

The demand for CMM programmers has been increasing as companies automate their quality inspection. Students will be introduced to programming and using a CMM, thus better equipping them for a more rewarding and challenging position in the quality inspection and control field. This course is designed for those who are working in the quality field and have good knowledge and experience in GD&T, and blue print reading. Space is limited. This is a non-credit course. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16351 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Sep 25

9 am-12 pm

6

RELG12403G

$247.41

Paths of Faith

Study the major world religions. Engage in critical inquiry in order to explore the impact that religions have had on cultures and on the development of the followers’ worldviews. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16035 Online (Sheridan)   -

Sep 10   -

SALE24565

-

$265.35

Personal Selling

Relationship selling strategies and techniques are introduced and developed to enable you to research, plan, prepare and deliver a selling solution and presentation that meets the needs of a prospective customer in a business to business environment. The entire selling process from prospecting, through follow-up is studied and applied in a selling/buying scenario with emphasis on skill development and situational analysis. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16051 Davis (Bram) 16052 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Tue

Sep 15 Sep 14

SCIE10386G

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Agony and Ecstasy: Addictions

Use a sociological and science based study of addictions to explore historical and psychosocial issues related to a variety of common addictions such as smoking, alcohol, gaming and shopping. Examine addictions pertaining to psychoactive drugs and explore the impact of these problems from a societal and biological perspective. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15908 Davis (Bram)

Thu

SCIE16048G

Sep 16

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Technology: Apocalypse or Eden

Evaluate the effects of technology and the use of technology in society, as well as on the individual through an analysis of competing visions of technology. This course will provide opportunities for written analysis of the work of Jacques Ellul, as well as to the history of humanism and modern institution. The question will be posed as to whether the modern corporation is a technological oppressor or a humanist wealth provider, and whether individuals themselves are technicians or humanists. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16281 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Fall 2010

Sep 10   -

-

SCIE20049

Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 2

Continue to learn the basic concepts of human anatomy and physiology, providing a foundation of health practice for students in the Practical Nursing program. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Section A courses in the Practical Nursing Program. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16235 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

SCIE22273

Sep 14

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology

Study the interrelationship of structure and function, and on the human body as a living, homeostatic organism. Topics covered include: the endocrine and cardiovascular systems; the digestion system and metabolism; the urinary system; fluid/electrolyte and acid base balance; and the reproductive system. Prerequisite(s): BIOL14108 Human Biology CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16536 Davis (Bram)

SCIE24681

Mon

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 1

The basic concepts of human anatomy and physiology are covered. Emphasis is placed on the interrelationship of structure and function and focuses on the body systems working together to promote homeostasis. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16141 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

SCIE70000

Sep 15

6:30-9:30 pm

14

$265.35

Botany, Basic - Distance Learning

Identify all the external plant parts and understand the basics of the processes of respiration, transpiration and photosynthesis. Learn the importance of using Latin botanical names in the horticulture profession. This user friendly course will allow students to understand complex information in an easy to read manual with clear diagrams and useful lab exercises that can be done at home with common everyday items. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15959 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

SCIE70005

$350.09

Turf Management

Lawns are a major part of the landscape. In this course, examine the installation, maintenance and protection of turf grasses suitable for Southern Ontario climates. Emphasis is placed on mowing, fertilizing, irrigating, aerating, dethatching, safe use of equipment, pesticides and scheduling of maintenance practices for residential sites. Prerequisite(s): ENGI77902 Landscape Management 1 CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16201 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

SCIE70006

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Healthy Garden, The - Distance Learning

Examine the dynamic interrelationship between soil, composting and healthy garden plants. Learn different methods of composting and the benefits it provides for the soil and plants. Look at soil, texture, structure, water, organisms and fertility. General plants and lawn care techniques will be addressed. Discuss insect and disease control to maintain a healthy garden. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16206 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SCIE70007G

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Global Warming: The Impact of Climate Change

There are now ominous signs that the combined effects of greenhouse gas emissions, ozone depletion and other environmental concerns could be far more disruptive than we ever imagined. Examine climate change and assess the effectiveness of international initiatives in managing global warming. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16232 Davis (Bram)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

SCIE77903

14

$265.35

Plant Materials 1

The environmental horticulture student requires extensive knowledge of plant materials in order to select, properly use and maintain the wide variety of plants found in the landscape. Plant Materials 1 will introduce you to approximately 125 plants, covering deciduous trees and shrubs, coniferous trees and shrubs, vines, ground covers and bulbs. All of these are commonly used by the landscape industry. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16095 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

$362.35

Continuing Education Calendar

121

CURRENT OFFERINGS

Build on knowledge and skills covered in Basic Statistics and SPC. Apply the advanced statistical concepts to interpret statistical information; employ the statistical results for improved decision making; and utilize advanced statistical concepts and techniques for problem solving in the workplace. Prerequisite(s): QUAL79001 Quality Concepts, QUAL79002 Basic Statistics and SPC CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


SOCI10264G

Profiles in Crime

Focus on the psychological and sociological aspects of profiles, or case studies of individuals and groups responsible for criminal actions. Explore the theoretical purpose of law and justice, the causes of criminal behaviour, society’s reactions to crime and implications for contemporary life. Additional topics include young offenders, ethnicity, violence against women, corporate crime, mental illness, drug use and the measurement of crime. Topics are related as much as possible to Canadian society. Independent research offers the opportunity to delve into topics of personal interest. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15907 Davis (Bram)

Tue

Sep 14

SOCI12029G

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Understanding Families

Examine basic theoretical concepts of the family in a diverse society. Explore current issues in family life, and the impact of various changes, pressures, and problems on family members. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16539 Davis (Bram) 16069 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Thu

Sep 15 Sep 16

SOCI13454G

7-10 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

Cybernation: Understanding Technology

Study developments in technology and to what motivates and drives these developments. Discuss how new technologies influence the way in which we work and live, and how we can understand and manage current technological change. In online discussions and through a research project, debate and analyze the dangers and promises of new technological developments in communications, biomedical applications, environmental and genetic engineering. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16049 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

SOCI70002

$332.35

Leadership Development Introduction

Learn about child development, problem solving, and program planning in a course for people interested in working with children 5-12 years of age in community recreation programs. Enhance your communication and leadership skills through role play, group discussions, and classroom instruction. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16533 Davis (Bram)

Sat&Sun

SOCI70003

Sep 11

9 am-5 pm

4

$194.39

Sociology, Introduction - Distance Learning

Study sociology - the exploration of people and how they interact with each other and various social groups. This course deals with the study of people’s lives, their relationship to society as a whole, and how people are affected by the society in which they live. The concepts, theories and methods of the discipline will be introduced and discussed with particular emphasis on the dynamics of Canadian society and Canadian social problems. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15829 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SOCI70006

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Human Sexuality - Distance Learning

This analysis of human sexuality draws on historical, theoretical, cross cultural, and life cycle perspectives of sexual attitudes, behaviours, development, and experiences. Selected topics may include gender relations, body image, sexual diversity, arousal and response, mating, dating and interpersonal attraction, interpersonal communication, sex education, sexual health or risk, and issues of power or intimacy. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16190 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SOCI70008

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Contemporary Canadian Social Problems - Distance Learning

Utilize current social science paradigms and theories as a framework for analysis of contemporary social issues relevant to vocations in police services. Topics such as crime, violence, abuse, social stratification, ageism, and racism will be included. The course focus will be on how individual behaviours collectively create social issues. Course material should be purchased from: http://www.brainbutter.com then click on OntarioLearn. Mandatory chats and groupwork. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. Prerequisite(s): SOCI70003 Sociology, Introduction - Distance Learning CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16221 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

$367.82

SOCI70009

16327 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SOCI70010

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

The Game of Soccer and Its Impact on Society

Examine how the game of soccer impacts socio-economic, religious, political, and cultural views in countries around the globe. Discover and explore cultural tends and human behaviors influenced by soccer ideology and its effects on “pop culture”. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn and is hosted by Sheridan College. Access to this course is from the OntarioLearn website. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16445 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

SOCI70011

$332.35

Hockey Hall of Fame Presents

Examine the incredible growth of Canada’s national pastime, including the NHL’s information, the “Original Six” and national/international expansion. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn and is hosted by Seneca College. Access to this course is from the OntarioLearn website. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16446 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

SOCS10023

$332.35

Child Abuse

Gain an overview of strategies for identifying and working with abused and at-risk children. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16075 Davis (Bram) Tue 16074 St. Joseph (Miss) Thu 16076 Trafalgar (Oak) Mon

SOCS70001

Sep 14 Sep 16 Sep 13

7-9 pm 7-9 pm 7-9 pm

7 7 7

$99.78 $99.78 $99.78

Canada - 70 Years Through Good Times and Bad - Distance Learning

During the 70 years from 1897 to 1967, Canadians experienced times of prosperity and progress as well as periods of depression and war. There were times of optimism and moments of crisis. Through it all we have built a nation and contributed across the world. This course explores the political framework of Canada, recurring social issues and the place of Canada in the world. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15963 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SOCS70002

Sep 10   -   -

$350.09

Canadian Politics - Distance Learning

Gain an overview of Canadian politics covering the structure of Canadian Government, the practice of politics and a background of major political issues. Explore the Canadian political scene and political divisions in Canada. Examine internal and external pressures such as Native issues and Canada/USA relations. Review the three levels of government and their powers and relationships. Discuss elections and what makes a political party successful. Weekly on-line discussions required. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15782 Online (Ont Learn)   -

SOCS70003

Sep 10   -   -

$332.35

Critical Thinking - Distance Learning

Sharpen critical thinking skills and recognize how hidden assumptions, values and biases affect decision-making. In a collaborative environment, analyze the manipulative techniques used by individuals, vested interest groups and the media. Learn how to identify false arguments and misleading arguments. Opportunities to construct and evaluate individual arguments using critical and creative thinking strategies are provided. Mandatory group work involved. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15964 Online (Ont Learn)   -

Sep 10   -   -

SYST13416

$350.09

Linux/UNIX-Operating Systems

Gain an introduction to the UNIX operating system using Linux as the main learning platform. Topics include utilities, file systems, file processing, the shell environment, shell scripting, online editors and GUI interfaces. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15868 Davis (Bram) 15869 Trafalgar (Oak)

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Sexual Violence - Distance Learning

Examine the many forms of sexual violence perpetrated by individuals. Study sexual violence in the context of male toward female, female toward male, as well as incest and child abuse in families. Reasons for sexually deviant behaviours (why individuals do what they do), and the latest approaches and strategies for treating both victims and perpetrators will be explored. This course is delivered through OntarioLearn. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Continuing Education Calendar e = Fall

Tue Sat

Sep 14 Sep 18

6:30-9:30 pm 12:30-4 pm

14 12

$265.35 $265.35

Fall 2010


SYST16529

Business Software Systems, Introduction to

16385 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

SYST19866

Sep 13

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Operating Systems Technologies (A+ Certification Prep)

Develop the skills and knowledge necessary to support computer systems. Topics include the basic concepts and applications related to operating systems, computer hardware and software, types of computers, input and output devices, storage, file management and system configuration. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16047 Davis (Bram) 16048 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed Thu

Sep 15 Sep 16

TSKL78014

6:30-9:30 pm 7-10 pm

14 14

$265.35 $265.35

General Machinist Refresher

This refresher course is designed to serve as preparation for individuals who are qualified to write the Provincial Certificate of Qualification Examination in the trade of general machinist. Topics include: machine tools, hand tools, bench tools, measurement, speeds, feeds, materials and heat treatment. (This course is equivalent to TSKL70001 General Machinist.) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16312 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

TSKL78015

Sep 15

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Refresher

This refresher course is designed to serve as preparation for individuals who are qualified to write the Provincial Certificate of Qualification Examination in the trade of Industrial Mechanic (Millwright). Topics include: shop calculations, hydraulics, installation, OHM’s law, measuring instruments and overload switches. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16313 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

TSKL78016

6:30-10 pm

12

$265.35

Tool and Die Maker Refresher

This refresher course is designed to serve as preparation for individuals who are qualified to write the Provincial Certificate of Qualification Examination in the Tool and Die Maker trade. Topics include: machine tools, hand tools, bench tools, speeds, feeds, materials, heat treatment, jigs and fixtures and die making. (This course is equivalent to TSKL70003 Tool and Die Maker Pre-certification of Qualification Examination.) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16314 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

TXTL70001

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Textile Screen Printing 1

Explore the creation of rich one-of-a-kind fabrics for interiors and garments with a hands-on introduction to the screen printing process. Develop skills in silkscreening, photo emulsion, and stencil and stamp printing. Various repeat, multi-colour and layering processes are investigated. Fee includes $60 materials fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15997 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

TXTL78001

12

$289.87

Textile Studio

If you wish to work on your own projects using Sheridan’s excellent textile studio space, this is a dream come true! Incorporated into existing classes, experienced individuals will work at their own pace and have access to equipment and technical assistance. Fee includes $60 materials fee. Note: Students must be pre-approved by calling Program Coordinator Robert Diemert at 905-845-9430, ext. 2659. Prerequisite(s): TXTL70001 Textile Screen Printing 1 or equivalent experience. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15958 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

12

$363.18

VDES70006

15953 Davis (Bram) 15954 Davis (Bram) and and 15955 Trafalgar (Oak) 15956 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon Sep 20 Fri Oct 29 Sat&Sun Oct 30 Sat&Sun Nov 6 Mon&Wed Sep 13 Wed Sep 15

VDES70009

7-10 pm 12 7-10 pm 5 9 am-4 pm 9 am-4 pm 7-10 pm 12 7-10 pm 12

$244.87 $244.87 $244.87 $244.87

Photography, Theory and History

View hundreds of slides and videos that illustrate the growth of photography from 1826 to the present day, and examine discoveries and inventions that made photography possible. Information on optics, shutter and aperture, exposure and development, filters, colour process, flash, lighting techniques, and photo-criticism are included along with an introduction to digital imaging. Prerequisite(s): VDES70006 Basic Photography CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15957 Trafalgar (Oak)

Tue

Sep 14

7-10 pm

VDES70011

12

$229.87

Photojournalism

Study the theory and practice of photojournalism and documentary photography in this introductory course. Research story ideas, select appropriate equipment and techniques, and learn to maintain high ethical standards. Examine the work of prominent photojournalists and photographs appearing in current and local periodicals. Prerequisite(s): VDES70029 Photography, Intermediate Digital CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 15840 Trafalgar (Oak)

Mon

Sep 13

VDES70028

7-10 pm

14

$265.35

Algonquin Digital Workshop

Treat yourself to a weekend digital photography course in the Algonquin Park area focusing on the magnificent colour and scenery of this favourite autumn destination. Students will gain a better understanding of their digital camera, its controls and the possibilities of the medium. Emphasis will be placed on improving students’ understanding of design and enhancing their appreciation for photographic “seeing”. The weekend itself includes instructional time, guided shooting, and a Saturday evening critique of the day’s work. Featured photo sites include Ragged Falls and Ox Tongue Rapids as well as nearby Algonquin Provincial Park. Note: Students will supply their own equipment and are expected to have a basic understanding of its operation. Cost of accommodation is extra. Visit the Algonquin Digital Workshop website at Algonquin Digital Workshop. Registration and Cancellation deadline is September 18, 2010. PLEASE NOTE: Once registered, it is imperative that students activate and monitor their Sheridan email account for updates. Prerequisite(s): VDES70007 Intermediate Photography (Film) or VDES70029 Intermediate Photography (Digital) or equivalent photographic experience. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16532 Trafalgar (Oak) and

Fri Sat&Sun

VDES70029

Oct 1 Oct 2

7-10 pm 3 9 am-4 pm

$399.00

Photography, Intermediate Digital

Acquire an intensive grounding in digital photography. Learn to shoot digital photographs indoors and outdoors, process and manipulate digital images and make prints. You are required to bring your digital SLR camera, along with a tripod, if you have one, to the first class. Note: Fee includes $45 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): VDES70006 Basic Photography or approval of the coordinator CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16302 Trafalgar (Oak) 16303 Trafalgar (Oak)

Fall 2010

Photography, Basic Digital

Learn to use a camera and its accessories. Designed for individuals with little or no knowledge of photography, this course also serves as a primer for students intending to pursue photographic techniques in greater depth. Bring a digital single lens reflex camera (DSLR) and owner’s manual to the first class. Note: Students should be prepared to spend one Saturday session at the Trafalgar Road Campus in Oakville for the studio demonstration and one Saturday on a field trip. This session may not be held on the day of the regularly scheduled class. Note: The weekend course is scheduled over two week-ends. Note: Fee includes $15 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee

Wed Fri

Sep 15 Sep 17

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7-10 pm 7-10 pm

12 12

$274.87 $274.87

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Create process models and implement a database that support and handle business events. Learn how data supports business processes; recognize and translate key business events into business processes and articulate business requirements. Create a database with tables containing data and construct statements to retrieve the information from the database in an ordered and restricted way. Use a Database Management Software (DBMS) along with the SQL so that information retrievals will support business processes. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee


VDES70030

Photography, Advanced Digital

Build on skills acquired at the basic and intermediate levels of photography. Focus on concept and generate fresh ideas for more exciting pictures. Learn about product photography and still-life techniques, advanced portraiture, and electronic flash. Please bring you own digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera equipment and a tripod if you have one to the first class. Note: Spring and Fall classes may include a field trip. Fee includes $45 lab fee. Prerequisite(s): VDES70007 Intermediate Photography (Film) or VDES70029 Intermediate Photography (Digital) CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16358 Trafalgar (Oak)

Wed

Sep 15

VDES70031

7-10 pm

12

$274.87

Small Product Photography

Learn about small product photography, rules of design, and studio tungsten lighting techniques. Emphasis is placed on photographic concepts, design principles, and the generation of creative solutions to meet the needs of small product advertising. Note: Fee includes $45 lab fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16447 Trafalgar (Oak)

Thu

Sep 16

7-10 pm

WKSP78107

12

$274.87

Pruning, Practical

Learn the basics of pruning in this practical “hands-on” workshop. Activities will include the demonstration of proper pruning techniques for various deciduous and coniferous trees and shrubs- with emphasis on pruning for overall plant health, internal structure, and correct natural shaping. Proper timing to ensure maximum floral display and common pruning “faults and fixes, will also be discussed. NOTE: Please bring your own secateurs to the workshop. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16518 Trafalgar (Oak)

WKSP78126

Sat

Oct 23

9 am-12 pm

1

$75.00

Chocolate 101: Tempering and Truffle Making

Learn techniques to temper chocolate, ganache making for truffle centers and different ways to coat and decorate your truffles. The technique of making molded chocolates will also be demonstrated. Recipes will be provided for truffles made with white, milk and dark chocolate as well as an amaretto ganache. A variety of chocolates will be provided to sample during the class and everything made will be taken home by the class participants. Visit The Chocolate Doctor website at www.thechocolatedoctor.ca Fee includes $15 material fee. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16528 Trafalgar (Oak)

Sat

Nov 13

9 am-12 pm

1

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WKSP78133

Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input

Learn Excel features that increase the speed and accuracy of data input. Use the Macro Recorder to create “unbreakable” Macro code. Use the Visual Basic Editor to examine/modify generated VBA code. Create an Input Form with Buttons and User Messages to enable user control over the update of a database. Note; The fee increase to classes starting July 1, 2010 and later is due to the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) requirement. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16417 Davis (Bram)

Sat

WKSP78134

Sep 18

8:30 am-4:30 pm 1

$209.78

Excel Macros and VBA Level 2 - Data Analysis

Learn manual and automated methods for Data Consolidation, Filtering, Outlining and Subtotals. Learn Advanced Charting Techniques, plus PivotTables and PivotCharts. Create macros for these features, which automatically handle database row growth and column structure changes. Learn best practices for creation of data structures that are compatible with Excel analysis tools. Prerequisite(s): WKSP87133 Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input Note; The fee increase to classes starting July 1, 2010 and later is due to the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) requirement. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16418 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Oct 16

8:30 am-4:30 pm 1

$209.78

WKSP78135 Excel Macros and VBA Level 3 - Formula and Functions

Troubleshoot formulas using Excel’s Formula Auditing. Learn to use Excel’s four Cell Referencing Methods for formula creation. Learn to use key Functions from Excel’s built-in Function Categories. Create User Defined Functions (UDFs), and learn VBA code differences between Macros and UDFs. Learn to protect and share VBA Procedures among users/computers. Prerequisite(s): WKSP87133 Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input Note; The fee increase to classes starting July 1, 2010 and later is due to the HST (Harmonized Sales Tax) requirement. CLS# Campus Day(s) Start Time Sess Fee 16419 Davis (Bram)

Sat

Oct 30

8:30 am-4:30 pm 1

$209.78

$94.62

For your convenience, register online.

See centrefold for details.

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Fall 2010


General Information Admissions

Student Identification Cards

Prior to registering, you should be aware of the following: For credit subjects, you must be a Grade 12 graduate or a mature student, 19 years of age or over. Some programs may have additional admission criteria or selection processes. Please refer to each program area for specific requirements. All instruction within Sheridan is in English. Your communication, listening, comprehension, reading and writing skills must be at a level sufficient to meet the demands of postsecondary study in order to be successful.

The bottom portion of your schedule receipt is your student identification card which should be with you at all times. Use this card to help you with future registration and access to your student records. You also need the card when using Sheridan facilities such as the computer labs, the library and A/V resources.

Sheridan Policies and Procedures All students are bound by regulations set out in Sheridan’s Policies. It is your responsibility to obtain a copy of the latest edition of these policies at http://policies.sheridaninstitute.ca

Fees Course Fees

Prerequisites

A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as preparation for entry to another course. It is your responsibility to ensure that all prerequisite requirements are met before registering for a course. Note: Students who do not meet prerequisite requirements may be asked to withdraw from courses.

Advanced Standing

Advanced Standing refers to the transferring of credit earned at another recognized postsecondary institution towards a Sheridan credential. Candidates must have achieved a minimum of a C grade in the course that is being considered for advanced standing, or the minimum pass for the course for promotion within the program, whichever is higher. Courses considered for advanced standing must have been completed within five years prior to the request, except with the permission of the respective School.

Course fees are noted in the individual course descriptions. They include tuition and administrative fees, and, where applicable, lab and/or material fees. The Federal Goods and Services Tax (5%) and Provincial Sales Tax (8%) are included in the course fee as required. Any changes to tax laws will result in an adjustment of fees, as required.

Breakdown of Mandatory Continuing Education Administration Fees: Registration Fee: $12.50/course Transcript Fee: $2.00/course Career Advisement Fee: $1.50/course Student Advisement Fee: $1.00/course Information Technology Fee: $0.417/student contact hour Student Centre Building Fund: $0.048/student contact hour Health Services Fee: $0.036/student contact hour Student Life Fee: $.024/student contact hour

To apply for Advanced Standing credit, you must complete an Advanced Standing application form available from any Office of the Registrar office. Attach corresponding transcripts and the course outline to the application and return the documents to the Office of the Registrar. Please email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca for full details on this policy and procedures.

Additional Costs

Note: Use of Advanced Standing credits is subject to the requirements of Sheridan’s Graduation and Second Credential Policies.

International Fees

Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition

Sheridan recognizes that the learning outcomes of an individual course may be achieved outside of a formal academic learning environment through a number of different means including relevant work/life experience, self-study, and training on-the-job. A student or potential student may apply for PLAR when mastery of the learning outcomes of a Sheridan course can be clearly demonstrated through the institution’s established PLAR challenge processes such as portfolio assessment, competency test and/or challenge exam. This PLAR credit is different from an Advanced Standing credit which is a transfer credit, usually from another college or a university. There is a $95.70 non-refundable fee for each course in which you would like to seek PLAR credit, payable prior to challenging each course. You may be asked to demonstrate your knowledge and skills through any combination of exams, simulations, case study assignments, or the development of a personal portfolio. For more information, please email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca.

Fall 2010

The cost of text books, art supplies and/or other items (such as pens, paper, computer file storage, project materials, etc.) required by students is not included in the course fee. Students should be prepared to pay these costs in addition to their course fees. Students currently registered in a postsecondary program as an international student will have the appropriate international fee applied to their account for any funded Continuing Education course that they register for. International fees are approximately 4.5 times the published amount.

Seniors’ Fee

Seniors (65 years and older) may register in Continuing Education courses for a reduced fee of $50 plus any applicable lab and/or material fees. Registration for courses with reduced fees can be done by fax, mail, or inperson but not through our online e-store. Note: All online distance learning, association-related, CAD/CAM, AVID, IATSE, motorcycle, crafts and design studio and summer series courses and certain general interest courses (as indicated in the program section) are exempt from the Seniors’ fee policy.

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Withdrawal Policy It is your responsibility to officially withdraw from courses you do not intend to complete. Courses that you are registered in are part of your academic record. • If you cannot complete a course in which you are enrolled, it is your responsibility to contact the Office of the Registrar, in writing, to initiate a withdrawal. • Failure to attend classes does not constitute an official withdrawal from credit classes. • A grade of ‘NE’ (indicates credit not earned) will be recorded for failure to attend, submit work for evaluation or officially withdraw from a course. • For most courses, withdrawal requests received before the third scheduled class meeting, will result in a class drop without academic penalty. Withdrawal requests received from the third class to the 3/4 point in a course will show as a ‘W’ on the academic record – withdrawal without academic penalty. • Withdrawals received past the 3/4 point of a class will not be processed and the grade earned will appear on the academic record. • All withdrawal requests must be made in writing through the Office of the Registrar. Advising your instructor of your intent to withdraw is not sufficient. For Most Credit Courses: • Withdrawals will be accepted up to the 3/4 point of a class. For example, if your course is 14 sessions, you may withdraw up to the 11th session without academic penalty. For Most Non-Credit Courses: • A grade of “S” is given for complete attendance and an “NG” for incomplete attendance. • Withdrawals made before the first class will result in the class not appearing on your academic record. Special withdrawal policies have been developed for some programs. This will be noted in the specific program information. Please refer to our refund policy for the dates that withdrawals must be received to be eligible for a refund.

Number of Sessions:

Refund Request Received before the close of business hours in the Office of the Registrar by:

One to Three

24 hours prior to class start

Four to Nine

Before the second scheduled class

Nine or more

Before the third scheduled class

For all Distance Education Classes

14 days after class start

For Motorcycle Courses

48 hours prior to class start

* Special refund policies are in effect for some programs. The policy will be noted in the program information. In most of these cases the withdrawal charge is higher and more notice is required. Note: This policy is for domestic students only. International students are charged a $125 withdrawal fee. Refund cheques will be issued for cash, cheque and debit card payments. Credit cards will be refunded for credit card payments. Please allow four to six weeks for refund processing.

Class Transfers

Full Term Course (10 - 14 weeks): You may submit a request to transfer to another class/evening or campus location in person or by mail to the Office of the Registrar prior to the date of the third scheduled class of the course, provided space is available. Additional fees/refunds will be assessed where class fees are different. Short Duration Course/Workshop/Seminar: To be eligible for a transfer to another short duration course, workshop or seminar, you must submit a request to transfer in person or by mail to the Office of the Registrar a minimum of 24 hours prior to the start of the first session. A minimum of 48 hours is required to transfer from a Motorcycle course.

Course Cancellations Sheridan reserves the right to cancel/reschedule classes as may be necessary from time to time. In the event that Sheridan must cancel your course, your course fees will be refunded to you in full.

Grades/Certification

Refund Policy

Attendance/Grade Evaluation

Note: Material fees are non-refundable for most courses, once the course has started. This is noted in the specific program information section. MORE

Grading System 1. Students will be evaluated according to the specific learning outcomes described in the course outlines (which includes an evaluation plan) received. A grade will be issued for each course in which a student is registered and a report will be viewable on Access Sheridan after the end of each term to show the grades earned.

You are eligible for a refund, less a $30 withdrawal charge* if you have requested your refund, in writing, from the Office of the Registrar according to the following schedule.

An attendance record of 80% is recommended for all Continuing Education courses and is mandatory for the Management Studies courses. Intensive courses in Management Studies require 100% attendance. Valid grades and their numeric equivalents follow.

2. The chart illustrates grades, their numeric equivalents and grade points.

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Grade Point Equivalent

GPA = Total Weighted Credit Value ÷ Total Credit Value

Numeric Grade Equivalent Description A+

90 - 100

4.0

48.0 ÷ 18.0 = 2.6 GPA

A

80 - 89

4.0

B+

75 - 79

3.5

B

70 - 74

3.0

C+

65 - 69

2.5

C

60 - 64

2.0

Students may withdraw up to the 3/4 point of the course duration without academic penalty. For example, if your course is 14 sessions, you may withdraw up to the 11th session without academic penalty. If you withdraw after this point, you will receive the grade earned. This policy applies only to courses and not seminars or workshops.

D

50 - 59

1.0 Below 50, unsatisfactory, credit not earned

0.0

S

Satisfactory, credit earned

N/A

U

Unsatisfactory, credit not earned

N/A

IP

Course in progress

N/A

I

Incomplete, course requirements not complete

N/A

SU

Eligible for supplemental assessment

N/A

AG

Aegrotat Standing; credit granted

N/A

AS

Credit granted for advanced standing

N/A

NE

Registered but did not attend or submit work for evaluation and did not officially withdraw; credit not earned

0.0

E/I

Repeat designation; “I” included in the GPA, “E” excluded from the GPA

N/A

NG

No grade assigned

N/A

TM

Enrolment terminated on the grounds of academic dishonesty

0.0

W

Withdrew from subject officially; no academic penalty

N/A

Note: You may enrol in a credit course for interest purposes only. However, if you choose not to complete the course assignments/ tests, etc., you will receive an “NE” grade. The Grade Point equivalent to an NE grade is ‘O’ and will impact the GPA. Auditing is not permitted.

Temporary Grades

Association-Related Courses/Programs Certain associations/institutes assign grades directly from their offices or forward them to Sheridan for processing. Refer to the program information section for further grading information.

Certification Many of the courses listed in this Calendar can lead to a Sheridan granted Recognition of Achievement, Certificate or Diploma. Others may lead to certification or accreditation by external professional or licensing bodies. You may earn more than one credential through Sheridan. Requirements are clearly outlined in the program descriptions. To obtain a credential through Sheridan, you must complete a minimum of 50% of the required curriculum at Sheridan.

Other Designations

In order to qualify for a second Sheridan credential, 50% of the program course of study must be completed at Sheridan and be independent of courses completed for a previously earned credential. You may be required to complete additional courses to meet this requirement to qualify for a second credential. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than five years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation.

Credentials In choosing a program of study that will meet your career aspirations, you’ll need to consider whether your needs are best served by simply taking a few courses or by earning a recognized college credential.

3. Calculation of Grade Point Average Grade point average (GPA) is calculated per term (TERM GPA OR TGPA) and over the student’s entire academic history with Sheridan (Cumulative GPA or CGPA). Courses re-taken will have grades from all attempts recorded on the transcript; however, only the highest grade will be used in the GPA calculations. Grade Point Averages are weighted calculations based on the grade received and the credit value of the course. An example of a weighted GPA is: Course Grade Grade Points A 4.0 B+ 3.5 B 3.0 C+ 2.5 C 2.0 D 1.0 Total:

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x x x x x x

Credit Value 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0 18.0

= = = = = =

Weighted 12.0 10.5 9.0 7.5 6.0 3.0 48.0

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities introduced a new Framework for Programs of Instruction for Ontario’s colleges. This framework provided for new credentials to be awarded effective September 1, 2004. The credentials that Ontario’s colleges may award are as follows. • Recognition of Achievement (Recognizes successful completion of programs generally less than one full-time term duration where student learning is evaluated.) • Certificate** (Recognizes programs of study of less than one year’s full-time duration.) • Ontario College Certificate * (Recognizes programs of study of approximately one year’s full-time duration.) • Ontario College Diploma * (Recognizes programs of study of approximately two year’s full-time duration as approved by Ontario.)

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F

Based on previous example:


• Ontario College Advanced Diploma * (Recognizes programs of study of approximately three year’s full-time duration.)

Academic Appeals

• Applied Degree * (Recognizes programs of study of approximately four year’s full-time duration.)

In instances where students have concerns about a decision that has been made, and it affects their academic status, they may initiate an academic appeal. An academic appeal is deemed to be an appeal against a decision of Sheridan and not a complaint against a faculty or staff member. An academic appeal must be initiated within 5 business days of receipt or Web display of the grade being appealed. Please email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca for full details on this policy and procedures.

* Includes Program Admission Requirements that must be met.

Academic Honesty

• Ontario College Graduate Certificate * (Recognizes post-diploma programs of study of approximately one year’s full-time duration.)

** May include Program Admission Requirements that must be met. Any Continuing Education students that were completing a program of study, prior to September 1, 2004 will have their courses recognized under the new framework and be awarded the appropriate credential that is in effect as of September 1, 2004.

Grade Report A grade report is issued for the majority of courses and is sent by mail. Grades will not be released to students over the telephone. To view your grades, back to Fall 1998, log in to AccessSheridan at https://access.sheridaninstitute.ca and follow the link titled myStudent Centre.

Graduation Requirements Each program at Sheridan has specific requirements for graduation. Students must ensure that they are taking all the courses required for graduation in their program. Assistance is available from the Office of the Registrar. Students who leave their program before graduating and return at a later date may be required to take additional courses. Sheridan reserves the right to reassess previously granted credits more than five years old to ensure their relevancy at the time of graduation. Please Note: The Sheridan residency requirement is that no fewer than 50% of all required credits for any program must be completed through Sheridan in order for a student to graduate from that program. For students in Sheridan Certificate, Ontario College Certificate, Ontario College Diploma, Ontario College Advanced Diploma and Ontario College Graduate Certificate programs an overall GPA of 2.0 is required. When you complete your program of study, you must contact the Office of The Registrar to request your credential. The preferred method of communication is via email at cerecords@sheridaninstitute.ca and you should include your name, student number, program and the credential you are seeking. A review of your record will be completed to confirm your eligibility to graduate and you will be notified of the result. Effective September 2004, all admission requirements must be met in order to graduate. Students who meet the requirements to graduate from a certificate/ diploma program that has a minimum of 18 credits will be invited to the annual Sheridan convocation held in the second week of June. Details will be forwarded to graduating students. Note: You must complete your program of study by April 30 to be included in the June convocation for that year.

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It is a breach of academic honesty to falsely claim credit for the ideas, writing, projects, or creations of others either by presenting such works as your own or through impersonation. Similarly, it is a breach of academic honesty to cheat, attempt or actually alter, suppress, falsify or fabricate any research data or results, official academic record, application or document. All Sheridan faculty members, staff and students are expected to be vigilant regarding breaches of academic honesty and are responsible for taking appropriate action when it is believed that a breach of academic honesty has occurred. All suspected breaches of academic honesty will be investigated. A finding of guilt will lead to the imposition of a penalty from the range of sanctions. A lack of familiarity with the Policy and Guidelines on Academic Honesty on the part of any member of the Sheridan community does not constitute a defense against misconduct. Please email ceinfo@sheridaninstitute.ca for full details on this policy and procedures.

Student Records Office of the Registrar – Student Records The Office of the Registrar centralizes the processing of requests from students for advanced standing, grade reports, transcripts, program eligibility status checks, certificates, and diplomas. Please refer to the centrefold for office hours and contact information.

Online Services for Students AccessSheridan, Sheridan’s online service portal, offers convenient and easy access to myStudent Centre. myStudent Centre allows students to perform the following online services;

• View and update personal information

• View class schedules

• View grades

• View T2202A tax receipts

• View transfer credit reports (for Advanced Standing/ Prior Learning Assessment)

Follow the instructions below to connect to AccessSheridan: 1. Go to https://access.sheridaninstitute.ca 2. Log-in using your Sheridan network username and password 3. This will bring up the AccessSheridan page. In the box labeled Sheridan Applications, follow the link titled: myStudent Centre.

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Changes to Personal Status

Protection of Personal Privacy

All records are confidential. Information about any student’s record will not be released without the student’s written authorization.

Transcripts and Duplicate Grade Reports

Official transcripts of your academic record and duplicate grade reports can be requested through transcripts@sheridanc.on.ca. There is no charge for this service.

Income Tax Receipts for Tuition Fees (T2202A)

Official tax receipts for the tuition portion of your course fees will be available to you online via AccessSheridan before the end of February.

Services Computer Labs

Once you register in a Continuing Education course, you’ll automatically have access to Sheridan’s computing facilities; your account information will be mailed to you. Please bring your Student ID and your Sheridan username and password with you to each class. If you do not automatically get an account and require access to computer facilities, please check with our staff in the Instructional Technology Support Centres: • Davis Campus • Trafalgar Road Campus

Room B195 Learning Commons, C-Wing

All students using computer facilities are expected to follow the Sheridan Telephone and Information Access Policy as posted on the Sheridan website.

Accessible Learning Services

The Accessible Learning Services Office coordinates academic accommodations and support services for students with disabilities. Accommodation plans and services are tailored to meet the needs of each student. Accessible Learning Services offers transition programs, workshops, assistance with learning strategies and technology, etc. If you are a student with a disability, visit the Accessible Learning Services website at http://als.sheridaninstitute.ca or contact the Accessible Learning Services Office to discuss your needs at: • Trafalgar Road Campus (Room B103) 905-845-9430, ext. 2530 • Davis Campus (Room B231) 905-459-7533, ext. 5160

Health Centres

Health Services are available at both the Trafalgar Road and Davis campuses, and offer professional health care, lifestyle and health counselling and referrals. In addition to their regular hours of operation, the Trafalgar Road and Davis Health Centres will be open scheduled evenings for your convenience. Oral contraceptives are sold to students at reduced prices. Contact us at 905-845-9430, ext. 2550 (Trafalgar Road Campus) or 905-459-7533, ext. 5153 (Davis Campus). For more information or to download forms visit our website at http://healthservices.sheridaninstitute.ca

Library Services

As a Continuing Education student you are entitled to use the resources of both campus libraries. To register for a library card, bring your course receipt to the circulation desk at either location. The library hours are: Monday – Thursday Fridays Saturdays and Sundays Summer hours are: Monday – Friday Saturdays and Sundays

8:30 a.m. – 10 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

For more information: • Trafalgar Road Campus (C-Wing) 905-845-9430, ext. 2482 • Davis Campus (Room B212) 905-459-7533, ext. 4338 • Website - http://libraryservices.sheridaninstitute.ca

Career Counselling

Career counselling services are available to Continuing Education students. To find out more information call 905-459-7533, ext. 5190 for Davis Campus appointments or 905-845-9430, ext. 2690 for Trafalgar Road Campus appointments.

Tutoring – Math and English

Current Continuing Education students can receive free tutoring in math or English. Appointments are available during the evening at the Davis or Trafalgar Road campuses. Call 905-459-7533, ext. 5190 (Davis Campus) or 905-845-9430, ext. 2690 (Trafalgar Road Campus) to set up a personal 30 minute appointment.

Student Accounts – Email, Login and Passwords

An AccessSheridan account is set up for all students the first time they register for either a Continuing Education course or when applying to a full-time program. This account remains with the student for the entire time of their association with Sheridan. Once an account is set-up, the user name and password to AccessSheridan is provided to the student via Canada Post mail. AccessSheridan, Sheridan’s online service portal, offers convenient and easy access to myStudent Centre. myStudent Centre allows students to perform the following online services: view and update personal information, view class schedules, view grades, view and obtain T2202a tax receipts. Please retain your AccessSheridan username and password for future reference. To register for a Continuing Education course via the Web, you must set up a separate username and password through our online e-store. The log on ID for this site is set up by the student and is your email address. The password is also set up by the student. This site enables Continuing Education students to register for courses, pay for them and track their orders. It is also important to retain this username and password to retain access to online Continuing Education registration services.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

In order that we may maintain accurate student records, it is necessary that you notify us of any changes to your name, address or telephone number. Requests for changes to names shown in Sheridan records must be accompanied by official documentation supporting such a change and should be directed to the Office of the Registrar. To update your address or telephone number, log-in to AccessSheridan at https://access.sheridaninstitute.ca and follow the link titled myStudent Centre. Alternatively, you can advise the Office of the Registrar in person, or by mail, fax or phone.


Additional Information

Unscheduled Closings

Refer to the map at the back of this publication for directions to campus locations.

Sheridan announces school closures due to inclement weather via our website www.sheridaninstitute.ca and through our main telephone switchboard. Closures are also announced on the following radio stations:

Parking

FM

Finding a Campus Location

Free parking is available after 6 pm and on weekends. Continuing Education students attending classes during daytime business hours (8 am to 6 pm) will be required to pay daily parking fees or obtain a term parking pass. Parking passes for students attending class during daytime hours are available from the Cash Office, located in the Office of the Registrar. Parking at off-site locations is available on a first-come, firstserved basis.

Finding a Classroom Classroom numbers will be posted at the main entrance of each campus on the first night of class and are not available before then. Continuing Education staff will also be on hand to assist you in finding your classroom. Please bring your course schedule with you. This will enable us to quickly identify your course and where it is located.

Cafeterias Our Trafalgar Road and Davis campuses have cafeterias. Hours of operation will be posted and may be subject to change.

Smoking Policy

• CIDC 103.5 Brampton • CHFI 98.1 Toronto • Y108 107.9 Burlington • CFNY 102.1 Toronto • CKLH 102.9 Hamilton • CFXJ 93.5 Toronto • CJXY 95.3 Hamilton (FLOW) • CHUM 104.5 Toronto • CBC 99.1 Toronto • KISS 92.5 Toronto • CILQ 107.1 Toronto • Virgin Radio 99.9 Toronto AM • CHAM 820 Hamilton • CFRB 1010 Toronto • CKOC 1150 Hamilton • CFMJ 640 Toronto • CHML 900 Hamilton • CFTR 680 Toronto • Joy 1250 Oakville • CHUM 1050 Toronto • AM 740 Toronto • FAN 590 Toronto TV • CHCH News Hamilton • Cable Pulse 24 Toronto • CFTO Channel 9 • CITY TV Toronto Cable 8, Toronto • Global TV Toronto

All Sheridan campuses are smoke free. Please refrain from smoking while in any Sheridan campus building. The Halton/Peel Boards of Education also have smoking policies in effect at locations where Sheridan Continuing Education courses are offered. All staff and students are required to follow these policies.

Accuracy of Information in this Calendar

Textbooks

Changes to start dates, times, locations and fees will be posted to our Continuing Education homepage on Sheridan’s website at http://ce.sheridaninstitute.ca as soon as possible after they have been identified.

Your instructor will inform you of the required textbook or supplies on the first night of class. As well, textbooks are included in the course outline. Please refer to the Bookstore section for information on hours, locations, and off-campus service.

Board of Governors Michael Cloutier, Chair Bob Kaye, Vice Chair Sumon Acharjee, Administrative

Staff Representative

Dr. Jeff Zabudsky,

President and CEO Karam Daljit, Treasurer Elizabeth Benson, Secretary

President’s Council

Heather Angel, Debbie Barrett Crystal Bennett, Student

Dr. Jeff Zabudsky,

Representative

Dr. Mary Preece,

Kathryn Bouey, Robert Filkin Jim Grieve Paul Khangura,

Support Staff Representative Dave MacDougall,

Student Assessor Syed Mir, Robert Pesant, Randy Pilon, Robert Vickers Joyce Wayne,

Faculty Representative Shelley White

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President and CEO Senior Vice President, Academic and Research Karam Daljit, Vice President,

Finance and Administration Ian Marley, Vice President,

Student Services Dr. Michael Collins,

Associate Vice President, Academic and Research Sumon Acharjee, Acting Chief

Information Officer

Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this Calendar as of the date of publication; however, changes may occur subsequent to publication, and Sheridan reserves the right to alter information as required, without notice.

Sheridan will not be held liable in any material way for difficulties created by changes to published information. TBD, Dean, School of Animation,

Arts and Design Jocelyn Piercy, Dean,

School of Applied Computing and Engineering Sciences Carolyn Ferreira, Acting Dean,

School of Business Dr. Hildegard Logan, Dean,

School of Community and Liberal Studies Sylvia Teichtmeister, Dean,

School of Continuing Education and SheridanCorporate Rob Till, Dean, Student Services Richard Finch, Dean,

Workforce Development Dr. Elka Walsh, Dean, Network

for Innovation and Leadership in Education

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Dr. Darren Lawless,

Dean, Research TBD, Executive Director,

Advancement Janine Gliener, Executive

Director, Marketing and Communications Brian Scannell, Director,

Facilities Management Simpson Siu, Director,

Financial Services Cathi Berge, Director,

Human Resources and Organizational Development Don Curzon, Director,

Institutional Research Maher Ghalayini, Director,

International Linda Dalton, Registrar

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Bookstore — Regular Hours Davis Campus Bookstore

GENERAL INFORMATION

905-874-4337 Order your textbooks online at www.sheridan-davis.bkstr.ca 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore 905-815-4050 Order your textbooks online at www.sheridancollege.bkstr.ca 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday

Extended Hours: Fall 2010 Davis Bookstore September 6 September 7 – 9 September 10 September 13 – 16 September 17 September 18 September 20 – 23 September 24 September 25 September 27 – 30 October 1

Monday Tuesday – Thursday Friday Monday – Thursday Friday Saturday Monday – Thursday Friday Saturday Monday – Thursday Friday

Trafalgar Road Bookstore September 6 Monday September 7 - 9 Tuesday – Thursday September 10 Friday September 13 - 16 Monday – Thursday September 17 Friday September 18 Saturday September 20 - 23 Monday – Thursday September 24 Friday September 25 Saturday September 27 – 30 Monday – Thursday October 1 Friday

Closed 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Closed 8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Purchasing Textbooks for Other Campuses • Skills Training Center (Oakville) Textbooks may be purchased at the Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstore. • St. Joseph Secondary School (Mississauga) Textbooks may be purchased the first night of class at this location. • Online Courses Textbooks may be purchased at the Davis and Trafalgar Road Campus Bookstores. – Payment at the Mississauga location by cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Interac, which is subject to availability. – Payment at the Davis and Trafalgar Road Bookstores by cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Interac.

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FALL INDEX ~ HOW TO USE THIS INDEX ~

1 Find the course or program (titles are bolded) you’reinterested in. Information is listed alphabetically. 2 Refer to the page number for: p rogram and curriculum information or a course description with the matching location, prerequisites, costs, start date, time and number of sessions.

A Abnormal Psychology - Distance Learning PSYC70001 Academic Upgrading - Academic and Career Entrance Access 2007, Introduction APPL70053 Accounting Accounting 1 ACCG16971 Accounting 1 - Distance Learning ACCG70001 Accounting 1, Advanced ACCG35141 Accounting 1, Intermediate ACCG21627 Accounting 2 ACCG17937 Accounting 2 - Distance Learning ACCG70002 Accounting 2, Advanced ACCG30624 Accounting 2, Intermediate ACCG21646 Accounting Information Systems 1 INFO31787 Accounting Software Applications 1 APPL25360 Accounting Software Applications 2 APPL30275 Accounting, Intermediate 1 - Distance Learning ACCG70004 Accounting, Intermediate 2 - Distance Learning ACCG70005 Accounting, Intermediate 3 - Distance Learning ACCG70006 Accounting, Managerial 1 - Distance Learning ACCG70007 Accounting, Managerial 2 - Distance Learning ACCG70008 ACCPAC Accounts Payable - Distance Learning APPL70059 ACCPAC Accounts Receivable - Distance Learning APPL70060 ACCPAC General Ledger - Distance Learning APPL70058 ACE - Academic Upgrading Acquisitions - Distance Learning INFO70008 Active Server Pages-Distance Learning DSGN70000 Administration OMDP70014 Administrative Assistant Adobe Acrobat Pro Advanced APPL78025 Adobe Acrobat Pro Fundamentals APPL78024 Adobe Acrobat Pro Series Adobe Digital Photo and Video Creative Series Adobe Illustrator Advanced APPL78020 Adobe Illustrator Creative Series Adobe Illustrator Fundamentals APPL78012 Adobe Illustrator Intermediate APPL78021

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120 48 86 17 82 83 83 82 82 83 82 82 106 84 84 83 83 83 83 83 87 87 86 56 107 96 118 43 87 87 11 11 87 11 87 87

Adobe InDesign Advanced APPL78022 Adobe InDesign Creative Series Adobe InDesign Fundamentals APPL78013 Adobe InDesign Intermediate APPL78026 Adobe Photoshop Advanced APPL78019 Adobe Photoshop Creative Series Adobe Photoshop Fundamentals APPL78014 Adobe Photoshop Intermediate APPL78018 Adobe Premiere Fundamentals - Video Editing APPL78027 Adobe Premiere Intermediate - Video Editing APPL78028 Adult Education Adult Learning - Distance Learning EDUC70026 Adult-Child Interactions EDUC70002 Advanced Training Techniques HEAL70021 Age Wave, Demographics and Business Impact BUSM70014 Aging Matters in a Changing Society: Who’s Aging Now? HUMN18888G Agony and Ecstasy: Addictions SCIE10386G Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Inspection ENGI79801 Air Handling ENGI79003 Algonquin Digital Workshop VDES70028 Anatomy and Physiology ANAT70001 Anthropometrics and Ergonomics DESN13314 APICS - Association for Operations Management APICS - Materials and Operations Management, Fundamentals of (FMOM) APICS - Production and Inventory Management, Certified in (CPIM) Applied Mathematics MATH13406 Applied Mechanics 1 ENGI16764 Art History - Introduction ARTS70001 Auditing 1 ACCG36913 Auditing 1 - Distance Learning ACCG70012 Auditing 2 - Distance Learning ACCG70013 AutoCAD - Level 1 CADD79001 AutoCAD - Level 2 CADD79002 AutoCAD - Level 3 CADD79003 AutoCAD for Designers Autodesk Inventor R3 Essential CADD79008 Autodesk Revit - Level 1 CADD79026 Automobile Insurance - Part 1 BUSM79802

87 12 87 87 87 12 87 87 88 88 56 98 98 104 89 106 121 100 100 123 84 95 31 31 31 111 99 88 83 84 84 92 92 92 13 92 92 91

B Basic and Algebraic Mathematics - Distance Learning MATH70009 Basic Communication Skills COMM19997 Beading and Jewelry Making LEIS78025 Beading and Jewelry Making, Advanced LEIS78026 Biology, Preparatory - Distance Learning BIOL70000 Body and Nutrition - Distance Learning NUTR76001 Bookkeeping ACCG70009 Botany, Basic - Distance Learning SCIE70000 Building Environmental Systems Operator - Class 2 and Class 1

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112 93 110 110 89 116 83 121 72


99 27 18 41 27 32 113 92 114 89 111 91 96 123 112 93

C C# Programming, Introduction to - Distance Learning PROG70017 CAD/CAM Institute Canada - 70 Years Through Good Times and Bad - Distance Learning SOCS70001 Canadian Customs Procedures Part One BUSM78012 Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping Canadian Institute of Entrepreneurship (CIE) Canadian Institute of Management Canadian Justice System and Legislation - Distance Learning JUST70010 Canadian Payroll Association - Payroll Certification Programs Canadian Politics - Distance Learning SOCS70002 Canadian Securities Canadian Securities Course Volume 1 FINA52399 Canadian Securities Course Volume 2 FINA51934 Caring for Clients with Ongoing Conditions HEAL13551 Cataloguing Electronic and Internet Resources - Distance Learning INFO70009 Ceramics Studio CERM78001 Ceramics: Throwing CERM70002 Certified General Accountants of Ontario Chemistry, Preparatory - Distance Learning CHEM70000 Child Abuse SOCS10023 Child Development EDUC15323 Child Observation Record (COR) EDUC78005 Children with Special Needs EDUC23109 Children’s Fantasy Literature, Exploring - Distance Learning LITT70013 Children’s Literature, Introduction to - Distance Learning LITT70009 Chocolate 101: Tempering and Truffle Making WKSP78126 CITT - Canadian Institute of Traffic and Transportation Client Services - Distance Learning INFO70010

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120 72 122 90 19 29 33 108 19 122 24 101 101 104 107 92 92 20 92 122 97 99 97 111 111 124 32 107

Client Side JavaScript, Intermediate - Distance Learning PROG70002 Co-ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), Introduction QUAL79013 Coaching and Developing People - Distance Learning BUSM79002 Collection Maintenance and Inventory Control - Distance Learning INFO70011 College Mathematics, Foundations of - Distance Learning MATH70005 Colour in Fine Art ARTS70002 Colour Theory and Interior Application DESN14049 Communication and Professional Practices COMM79901 Communication Skills Assessment COMM78015 Communication Strategies COMM19998 Communications OMDP70001 Community and Social Services - Distance Learning LAWS70002 Community Policing and Leadership PSRV26111 Community Safety Compensation and Benefits HRMT70002 Compensation Management - Distance Learning HRMT70003 Computer Application in Early Childhood Education Administration EDUC70013 Computer Applications for Business APPL19402 Computer Assisted Design 1 -Interior Design INFO20104 Computer Basics and Keyboarding OADM70000 Computer Programming - Introductory Computer Skills for Business - Distance Learning INFO70029 Computer Systems Computers 1, Introduction to - Distance Learning INFO70007 Contemporary Canadian Social Problems - Distance Learning SOCI70008 Continuous Improvement Process BUSM79001 Control Systems Corporate Finance 1 FINA21048 Corporate Finance 2 FINA28027 Costs and Budgets ACCG20478 Costs and Management Accounting ACCG23626 CPR and First Aid Crafting a Novel LITT70001 Crafts and Design Creating a Positive Learning Environment: Introduction to Adult Learning EDUC77001 Creating Web Pages with HTML - Distance Learning APPL70033 Creative Writing LITT70003 Creative Writing Series Creative Writing, Beginners - Distance Learning LITT78001 Credit and Collections FINA70001 Credit Union Institute of Canada Criminal Psychology, Psychopathic Minds - Distance Learning JUST70024 Criminology - Distance Learning JUST70016 Critical and Creative Thinking OMDP70003 Critical Thinking - Distance Learning SOCS70003 Curriculum Planning and Design EDUC77002 Customer Relations, Building and Maintaining - Distance Learning MKTG70000

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119 121 90 107 112 88 95 94 94 93 118 110 120 70 104 104 98 84 106 117 52 108 52 107 122 90 73 101 101 82 82 65 111 13 98 85 111 48 111 101 21 108 108 118 122 98 115

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Building Systems: A Practical Overview ENGI79001 Business Business - Accounting Business - Marketing Major Business - General Business Analysis Business Analysis Introduction MGMT70012 Business Communication COMM12423 Business Facilitation and Communication MGMT70014 Business Law - Distance Learning BUSM70002 Business Mathematics 1 MATH16269 Business of Insurance BUSM79806 Business Practice for Interior Decorators DESN70006 Business Software Systems, Introduction to SYST16529 Business Statistics, Advanced MATH36901 Business Writing Strategies-Distance Learning COMM70003


Customer Relationship Management Customer Service Excellence Cybernation: Understanding Technology

MKTG20480 115 OMDP70004 118 SOCI13454G 122

D Database Design and Implementation DBAS27198 Database Design for Information Workers - Distance Learning INFO70012 Database Fundamentals - Distance Learning DBAS70001 Database Systems Dealing with Difficult People OMDP70024 Debt Free Living FINA78004 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing 1 - Distance Learning INFO70013 Descriptive and Access Cataloguing II - Distance Learning INFO70014 Detailed Scheduling and Planning MATM79607 Developing Effective Teams BUSM79003 Developmental Psychology - Distance Learning PSYC70003 Digital Painting (Imaginism Studios) ARTS78022 Digital Principles 1 ENGI10701 Disability Issues EDUC19599 Document Production OADM70001 Drawer Making, Introduction to FURN78002 Drawing 1 (Fine Arts) ARTS70003 Drawing Painting Transition ARTS70004 Drawing Techniques DESN10016 Drawing, Introduction to ARTS10702 Drawing: Studio ARTS78016 Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring) - Distance Learning APPL70010 Dreamweaver, Advanced - Distance Learning APPL70027 Drug Investigation JUST70008

95 107 95 53 118 102 107 107 112 90 120 88 99 97 117 103 88 88 95 88 88 84 85 108

English - Communication English - Essential Communication Skills English 1 - Distance Learning COMM70019 English 2 - Distance Learning COMM70020 English as a Second Language (ESL) Entrepreneurship - Distance Learning BUSM70003 Entrepreneurship: Do It! BUSM12272 Environment Management, Introduction - Distance Learning MGMT70019 Environmental Citizenship - Distance Learning PHIL70000 Environmental Ethics - Distance Learning PHIL70001 Environmental Policy and Economics - Distance Learning BUSM70021 Environmental Services - Distance Learning MGMT70020 ESL - Effective Speaking and Listening EASL78001 ESL - Grammar Skills EASL78002 ESL - Pronunciation 1 EASL78003 ESL - Writing Effectively EASL78010 Essential Communication Skills COMM19999 Essentials of Quality Management QUAL79004 Estate Administration LAWS26852 Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist Esthetics: Skin Care Therapist, Advanced Ethical Issues in Business - Distance Learning BUSM70012 Excel 2007, Advanced APPL70056 Excel 2007, Introduction APPL70055 Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input WKSP78133 Excel Macros and VBA Level 2 - Data Analysis WKSP78134 Excel Macros and VBA Level 3 - Formula and Functions WKSP78135 Excel with Macros and VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Execution and Control of Operations MATM79608 Executive Assistant Exterior Inspection ENGI79803

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96 58 102 57 60 99 100 100 99 93 99 73 99 30 113

114 119 119 90 114 96 96 96 96 93 120 109 65 65 89 86 86 124 124 124 53 113 44 100

F

E E-commerce, Introduction to ECOM15616 Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Education Administration Field Placement FLPL70002 ECE - Supervision and Administration Educational Assistant Electrical Construction and Maintenance Refresher ENGI78007 Electrical Inspection ENGI79802 Electricity (BES) ENGI79005 Electricity 1 ENGI12578 Electronic Communication and The Internet COMM70007 Electronic Fabrication ENGI16434 Electronic Fundamentals Electronics Devices and Circuits ENGI27907 Emergency Management Employment Law - Distance Learning MGMT70009

48 49 94 94 49 89 89

Field Orientation - Early Childhood Education FLPL12205 Field Placement - Esthetics FLPL70006 Field Practice/Seminar 2 FLPL22487 Field Practice/Seminar 3 FLPL24804 Field Seminar 1 and Placement 1 FLPL20199 Field Seminar 2 and Field Placement 2 FLPL20261 Field Seminar 3 and Field Placement 3 FLPL26367 Field Seminar/Practice FLPL14933 Figure Drawing 1 ARTS70005 Film Analysis HUMN13867G Film and Television - Certification and Professional Training Centres Finance FINA11079 Finance and Accounting Math - Distance Learning MATH70006 Finance and Managerial Accounting ACCG70011 Financial Analysis for Marketing Managers FINA22289

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102 103 102 102 102 102 102 102 88 106 13 101 112 83 101


83 100 84 24 101 13 73 99 103 103 84 84 78 110 84 108 108 109 49 109 109 109 109 109 109 85 121 100 116

G Genealogy - Distance Learning LEIS70003 General Education Electives General Machinist Refresher TSKL78014 General Studies Geographic Information Systems, Introduction to - Distance Learning APPL70048 GIS ArcView - Distance Learning APPL70050 Global Warming: The Impact of Climate Change SCIE70007G Government Information - Distance Learning INFO70016 Grammar for Writing Professionals - Distance Learning COMM70014 Guitar 1 LEIS70001 Guitar 2 LEIS70002 Guitar Player’s Workshop LEIS70009

110 61 123 61 86 86 121 107 93 110 110 110

H Hair Removal Techniques Hair Styling for Cosmetics

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ESTH13663 100 COSM13314 95

Hatha Yoga - Asana 2 EDUC76004 Hatha Yoga - Asana, Introduction to EDUC76002 Health and Safety Program Management - Distance Learning HRMT70022 Health Libraries and Resources - Distance Learning INFO70017 Health Records Management - Distance Learning OADM70014 Healthy Garden, The - Distance Learning SCIE70006 Heating Inspection 1 ENGI79804 Heating Inspection 2 ENGI79805 High/Scope Training for Preschoolers Highscope and Curriculum Models in Early Learning EDUC25436 History of the Decorative Arts HIST15288 Hockey Hall of Fame Presents SOCI70011 Home Inspection Training Program Horticultural Studies Hospital Building Systems ENGI79010 HTML, JavaScript, CGI PROG70004 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 1 SCIE24681 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses 2 SCIE20049 Human Biology BIOL14108 Human Performance Training (HPT) Human Relations OMDP70002 Human Relations: The Interpersonal Experience HUMN16693G Human Resource Administration HRMT70006 Human Resource Management Human Resource Management 1 HRMT16127 Human Resource Management 2 HRMT15655 Human Resource Management, Principles of HRMT70004 Human Resource Planning HRMT70007 Human Resources Planning and Development - Distance Learning HRMT70008 Human Resources Selection OMDP70009 Human Sexuality - Distance Learning SOCI70006

98 98 106 107 117 121 100 100 62 98 104 122 74 63 100 119 121 121 89 66 118 106 105 34 104 104 105 105 105 118 122

I Indexing and Abstracting, Introduction to - Distance Learning INFO70019 Individual Programming EDUC25372 Industrial and Labour Relations HRMT70009 Industrial Mechanic (Millwright) Refresher TSKL78015 Industrial Relations - Distance Learning HRMT70010 Infant and Toddlers Development and Programming EDUC23329 Information Technology Inspection, Test, Metrology and Print Reading QUAL79007 Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario Instructional Strategies EDUC77003 Instrumentation and Process Control ENGI29875 Insurance - Basic Broker Registration (General Lines) BUSM79823 Insurance Against Liability - Part 1 BUSM79804 Insurance Broker and Agent, Essential Skills for the BUSM79827

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Financial and Management Accounting, Introduction - Distance Learning ACCG70010 Financial Choices in Your Life - Distance Learning FINA10378 Financial Management 1 - Distance Learning ACCG70015 Financial Planning Financial Planning Fundamental FINA50213 Fine Arts Fire Alarm Technology Fire Protection - Distance Learning ENGI70005 Flameworking Glass 1 GLAS36805 Flameworking Glass 2 GLAS36125 Flash XML - Distance Learning APPL70012 Flash, Introduction to - Distance Learning APPL70013 Floral Design Floral Design 1 LEIS78005 Forensic Accounting, Introduction to - Distance Learning ACCG70014 Français 1 - Distance Learning LANG70020 Français 2 - Distance Learning LANG70023 Français 3 - Distance Learning LANG70024 French - Conversational Proficiency French Beginner 1 LANG70025 French Beginner 2 LANG70026 French Beginner 3 LANG70027 French Intermediate 1 LANG70028 French Intermediate 2 LANG70029 French Intermediate 3 LANG70030 FrontPage - Distance Learning APPL70029 Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology SCIE22273 Fundamentals of Facials ESTH16529 Fundamentals of Practical Nursing NURS19469


Insurance Institute Chartered Insurance Professional Program Insurance On Property BUSM79805 Integral Calculus MATH22558 Integrated Logistics MATM79703 Interior and Insulation Inspection ENGI79806 Interior Decorating Interior Environments 1 - Space Planning Basic DESN10000 International Freight Forwarding, Introduction to Part One BUSM78014 Introductory Chemistry CHEM11733 Introductory Chemistry 1 CHEM17370 Inventory Control, Fundamentals of MATM79601 Investment Funds in Canada FINA26326 Investment Funds in Canada ISO Documentation and Implementation QUAL79008 Issues and Trends NURS24998 IT Process Management INFO39784 Italian Italian for Travel and Everyday Use LANG78001 ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate

25 91 111 113 100 14 95 90 92 92 112 101 26 121 116 106 50 109 35

J Japanese Japanese 3 Conversational LANG70012 Japanese 5 Conversational LANG70014 Japanese Language, Introduction to LANG70010 Java Intermediate - Distance Learning PROG70006 Java Introduction - Distance Learning PROG70005

50 108 108 108 120 119

L Landscape Construction 1 ENGI77901 Landscape Design 1 DESN77901 Language Interpreter Training Program (LITP) Law for Business Managers LAWS70001 Law for the Workplace - Distance Learning LAWS70004 Law in Society, Introduction to - Distance Learning LAWS70000 Leadership Development Introduction SOCI70002 Learning Disabilities / Remediation Strategies EDUC56515 Learning Environment 1 EDUC16800 Learning Environment 2 EDUC14648 Learning Environment HighScope EDUC70007 Legal Office Procedures LAWS11198 Legal Office Procedures - Distance Learning OADM70002 Legal Terminology - Distance Learning OADM70003 Leisure Courses and Workshops Libraries and the Information Industry, Introduction to - Distance Learning INFO70023 Library Financial Management and Budgeting - Distance Learning INFO70024 Library Related Courses

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99 96 51 110 110 110 122 98 97 97 98 109 117 117 78 107 107 44

Linux/UNIX-Operating Systems Literature, Understanding - Distance Learning Litigation - Law Clerks Litigation 1 Living and Working in a Diverse Society Logistics Processes Logistics, Introduction to

SYST13416 LITT70010 LAWS79001 LAWS28913 CULT19815G MATM79702 MATM70005

122 111 110 109 95 113 112

Macroeconomics ECON22358G Macroeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning BUSM70004 Make-up Artistry Make-up Techniques Make-up Techniques 1 COSM70001 Management and Leadership Skills for Early Childhood Educators MGMT70001 Management for Results OMDP70011 Management of Drug Distribution for Pharmacy Technician Bridging PHAR70004 Management Principles - Distance Learning MGMT70004 Management Skills - Distance Learning MGMT70006 Management Studies - General (No Major) Management Studies - Human Resources Major Management Studies - Production Major Management Studies - Small Business Major Managing Payment Card Data Security Projects; Winning Strategies MGMT70024 Managing Project Procurement and Cost MGMT79011 Managing Project Quality and Risk MGMT79009 Managing Project Scope and Time MGMT79010 Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program (MLCP) Market Research, Applied - Distance Learning MKTG70001 Marketing 1 MKTG19439 Marketing 2 MKTG10625 Marketing Analysis and Planning MKTG27583 Marketing and Sales Marketing on the World Wide Web - Distance Learning MKTG22183 Marketing Promotion Management ADVG20905 Marketing to the Mature Consumer BUSM70015 Master Planning of Resources MATM79609 Maternal and Child Nursing NURS21322 Math and Science - College Preparation Mathematics for Computing MATH10001 Mathematics, Fundamental - Distance Learning MATH70007 Mathematics, Technical - Distance Learning MATH70008 Mature Consumers Studies Mechanical Fundamentals Medical Documents and Techniques OADM70008 Medical Machine Transcription OADM70009 Medical Office Billing Procedures OADM70004 Medical Office Procedures OADM70005 Medical Terminology - Distance Learning OADM70010

96 89 15 15 95

M

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113 118 119 113 113 36 36 37 37 114 114 114 114 38 115 115 115 115 42 115 84 90 113 116 75 111 112 112 43 75 117 117 117 117 117


117 117 104 116 96 89 45 91 26 78 103 78 103 80 99 104 84 85 85 85 87 85 86 85 85 85 107 81 111

N National Knowledge Exam Prep (NKE) Workshop HRMT78000 .NET and C# Programming PROG34998 Network + - Distance Learning INFO70001 Non-Profit and Voluntary Sector Leadership Nursing Care of Conditions and Diseases 1 NURS18081 Nursing Care: Conditions and Diseases 2 NURS24049 Nursing Clinical 2 NURS27721 Nursing Clinical 3 NURS24717 Nursing Lab 2 NURS10146 Nursing Lab 3 NURS25288 Nursing Lab 4 NURS20016 Nursing Practice 1 NURS14494 Nutrition Health and Safety EDUC13764 Nutrition, Introduction-Distance Learning NUTR76002

106 119 106 38 115 116 116 116 115 116 116 115 97 116

O Object Oriented Programming 2 - Java PROG24178 119 Observations in Early Childhood Education EDUC12375 97 Occupational Health and Safety HRMT70013 105 Occupational Health and Safety - Distance Learning HRMT70014 105

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Office Administration - Legal 45 Office Administration - Medical 46 Office Systems Procedures OADM70011 117 Office Technology and Procedures - Distance Learning OADM70012 117 Online Delivery, Introduction to - Distance Learning EDUC77014 99 Ontario Institute of Purchasing Management Association of Canada 39 Operating Systems - UNIX 54 Operating Systems Technologies (A+ Certification Prep) SYST19866 123 Operations Management OMDP70017 118 Operations Management, Fundamentals of MATM79604 112 Operations Management, Introduction to MATM70003 112 Organizational Behaviour HRMT70015 105 Orientation to Field FLPL14310 102 Overview Assessment and Evaluation EDUC77004 99

P Painting 1 (Fine Arts) ARTS70007 Painting 2 - Life Painting ARTS70008 Painting: Studio ARTS78023 Palliative Care for the Allied Health Worker HEAL14857 Paths of Faith RELG12403G Payroll Administration BUSM70005 Payroll Administration Payroll Administration - Distance Learning BUSM70006 Payroll Compliance Legislation BUSM79008 Payroll Fundamentals 1 BUSM79009 Payroll Fundamentals 2 BUSM79010 Payroll Management Practices BUSM79011 Payroll Management Processes BUSM79012 Personal Financial Planning FINA34336 Personal Selling SALE24565 Personal Support Worker Personal Support Worker Community Practicum FLPL10606 Personal Support, Introduction to HEAL18263 Personnel Research Techniques and Human Resources Information Systems - Distance Learning H RMT70016 Pharmacology for Nurses 1 PHAR15288 Pharmacology for Nurses 2 PHAR37900 Pharmacology for Pharmacy Technician Bridging PHAR70002 Pharmacy Mathematics MATH16532 Pharmacy Technician Bridge to Regulation Philosophy of Love and Sex PHIL17545G Photography - Digital Photography, Advanced Digital VDES70030 Photography, Basic Digital VDES70006 Photography, Intermediate Digital VDES70029 Photography, Theory and History VDES70009 Photojournalism VDES70011 Photoshop for Digital Photography APPL78017 Photoshop Level 1 - Distance Learning APPL70023 Photoshop Level 2 - Distance Learning APPL70038 Physical Assessment HEAL25586

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88 88 88 104 121 89 21 89 91 91 91 91 91 101 121 67 102 104 105 118 118 119 111 67 119 15 124 123 123 123 123 87 85 86 104

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Medical Terminology 1 OADM70006 Medical Terminology 2 OADM70007 Mental Health Issues and Cognitive Impairment HEAL13431 Mental Health Nursing NURS21323 Micro Economics ECON15269G Microeconomics, Introduction - Distance Learning BUSM70008 Microsoft Office Applications Mortgage Agent Program BUSM79700 Mortgage Agent Program Motorcycle Training Motorcycle Training: M1 Exit GENI78014 Motorcycle Training: M1 Exit Motorcycle Training: M2 Exit GENI78068 Motorcycle Training: M2 Exit Motors and Controls ENGI27928 Movement and Performance Screening HEAL70022 MS Access, Core - Distance Learning APPL70015 MS Access, Expert - Distance Learning APPL70016 MS Excel, Core - Distance Learning APPL70017 MS Excel, Expert - Distance Learning APPL70018 MS Office 2007 Version 12 - Distance Learning APPL70061 MS Office Professional: XP APPL70019 MS Outlook - Distance Learning APPL70034 MS PowerPoint - Distance Learning APPL70020 MS Word, Core - Distance Learning APPL70021 MS Word, Expert - Distance Learning APPL70022 Multimedia - Distance Learning INFO70025 Music Myths and Legends - Distance Learning LITT70011


Planning by Key Developmental Indicators EDUC70008 Plant Materials 1 SCIE77903 Play Experiences 1 EDUC11582 Play Experiences 2 EDUC10065 Plumbing Inspection ENGI79807 PMP Exam Preparation (35 PDUs) MGMT78033 Police Powers PSRV16017 Police Powers 1 - Distance Learning JUST70018 Police Studies Policing: Specialty Courses Portraits ARTS70010 Positive Behaviour Strategies EDUC10261 Powerpoint 2007 APPL70057 Practical Nursing Pre - Certification of Qualification Refresher Courses Preparatory Physics - Distance Learning PHYS70000 Presentations and Desktop Publishing - Distance Learning INFO70005 Principles and Practice of Insurance BUSM79801 Principles of Administration MGMT70003 Principles of Drafting DESN10065 Principles of Exercise Science HEAL70020 Principles of Skin Care ESTH14178 Private Policing PSRV28081 Problem Solving / Programming Logic INFO16029 Product Preparation for Pharmacy Technician Bridging PHAR70003 Professional Certification Preparation Courses Professional Practice for Pharmacy Technician Bridging PHAR70001 Professional Practices EDUC22629 Professional Relationship Skills COMM16117 Profiles in Crime SOCI10264G Programmable Logic Control Level 1 ENGI21491 Programming in C - Distance Learning PROG70018 Project Human Resources and Communications Management MGMT79012 Project Management Project Management Exam Preparation Project Management Scheduling Software - Distance Learning APPL79000 Project Management, Fundamentals of MGMT79001 Project Scheduling Management APPL70047 Promoting Pro Social Behaviour EDUC25283 Pruning, Practical WKSP78107 PSW Consolidation FLPL10102 PSW Long-Term Care Practicum FLPL19402 Psychology Core Concepts PSYC15065G Psychology, Introduction - Distance Learning PSYC70005 Public Relations and Social Marketing CSRV12903 Public Speaking COMM17935 Purchasing - Distance Learning MKTG70005

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98 121 97 96 100 114 120 108 71 71 88 97 86 68 76 119 106 91 113 95 104 100 120 106

Q Quality Assurance and Management 76 Quality Auditing 1 (QA) QUAL79003 120 Quality Concepts QUAL79001 120 Quickbooks, Introduction - Distance Learning APPL70024 85

R Real Estate - Law Clerks LAWS79003 Recreational Gardener Recruiting and Selection HRMT70018 Recruitment, Selection and Interviewing Techniques - Distance Learning HRMT70017 Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario - Licensing Course Rendering and Presentation Skills 1 DESN20065 Reports and Presentations COMM28883 Researching and Reporting - Distance Learning COMM70004 Roofing Inspection ENGI79808

114 39 40 88 114 86 97 124 102 102 120 120 95 93 115

105 26 95 93 93 100

S

119 54 119 97 93 122 99 120

110 81 105

Sanskrit Lanugage, Introduction to LANG78004 School Age Child Care EDUC20705 Science Fiction - Distance Learning LITT70012 Security Serials - Distance Learning INFO70027 Sexual Violence - Distance Learning SOCI70009 Simply Accounting - Distance Learning APPL70026 Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Introduction to - Distance Learning BUSM70018 Small Business Bookkeeping Small Business Financial Management - Distance Learning BUSM70019 Small Business Operations and Legal Issues - Distance Learning BUSM70020 Small Business Survival Series: Business Skills Small Business Survival Series: Computer Skills Small Product Photography VDES70031 Sociology, Introduction - Distance Learning SOCI70003 Software Application Integration - Distance Learning APPL70039 Spanish Spanish Language and Culture, Introduction to LANG70016 Speaking Canadian English EASL78008 Special Event Planning ATDN70002 Specialized Recreational Leadership Spoken Language Interpreting, Introduction to LANG70033 Statistical Methods and Analysis MATH29875 Statistical Methods, Advanced QUAL79005 Statistics - Distance Learning BUSM70011

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109 97 111 55 108 122 85 90 22 90 90 30 30 124 122 86 51 108 96 88 81 109 112 121 89


108 113 90 115 112

23 83 101 82 101 69 118 94 111 97 121 16 123 123 95 114 91 95 122 90 89 116 115 123 106 106 118 113 112 121

U Understanding Families

Fall 2010

Veterinary Office Skills and Procedures - Distance Learning Veterinary Terminology - Distance Learning

OADM70017 118 OADM70018 118

W

55

T Tax Accounting Taxation 1 ACCG34780 Taxation 1 - Distance Learning FINA70003 Taxation 2 ACCG30699 Taxation 2 - Distance Learning FINA70004 Teaching Hatha Yoga Team Building and Leadership OMDP70022 Technical Communications - Distance Learning COMM70029 Technical Mathematics - Upgrading MATH10123 Technology in Education EDUC14998 Technology: Apocalypse or Eden SCIE16048G Teen Summer Program Textile Screen Printing 1 TXTL70001 Textile Studio TXTL78001 Textiles and Applications DESN10199 The Art and Science of Project Management MGMT78037 The Business of Tomorrow - MLCP BUSM79013 The Fundamentals of Design DESN15436 The Game of Soccer and Its Impact on Society SOCI70010 The New Norm: Work, Retirement and Caregiving Policies BUSM70016 The Professional Edge BUSM13551 The Realities of Practice NURS23921 The Self and The Profession NURS17013 Tool and Die Maker Refresher TSKL78016 Training and Development HRMT70019 Training and Development - Distance Learning HRMT70020 Training in the Workplace OMDP70023 Transportation Systems MATM79701 Transportation, Introduction to MATM70006 Turf Management SCIE70005

V

89 100

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Structure and Function of the Human Body BIOL19207 Structure Inspection ENGI79809 Subject Analysis and Classification - Distance Learning INFO70028 Supervisory Management MGMT24885 Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry - Distance Learning BUSM79004 Supply Chain Management MKTG31445 Supply Chain Management, Basics MATM79606 Systems, Software, Programming and Other Related Computer

Wastewater Collection Water Distribution and Supply Water Distribution and Wastewater Collection Wellness and Healthy Living HEAL13271G What in the World is Going On? - Distance Learning COMM70026 Window Treatments and Soft Furnishings DESN27370 Windows XP - Distance Learning APPL70032 Wood Studio FURN78001 Woodworking, Introduction to FURN70001 Word 2007, Advanced APPL70052 Word 2007, Introduction APPL70051 Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting - Distance Learning OADM70016 Working With Parents - Distance Learning EDUC70027 Writing a Business Manual - Distance Learning COMM78003 Writing a Business Plan - Distance Learning MGMT78001 Writing a Business Proposal - Distance Learning MGMT78000 Writing a Marketing Plan - Distance Learning COMM78004 Writing for Publication - Distance Learning COMM70016 Writing for Publication II - Distance Learning COMM70030 Writing for the Web - Distance Learning COMM78005 Writing Grammatically - Distance Learning COMM70011 Writing Romance Fiction - Distance Learning COMM70013 Writing Sales Material - Distance Learning COMM78002 Writing Short Stories - Distance Learning COMM70018 Writing: Project Management - Distance Learning MGMT70018

63 64 64 104 94 96 85 103 103 86 86 118 98 94 114 114 94 94 94 94 93 93 94 94 114

X XML Introduction - Distance Learning

PROG70019 120

Y Yoga Study 2 Yoga Study, Introduction to

EDUC76003 EDUC76001

98 98

SOCI12029G 122

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