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CONTINUING

EDUCATION
2017 FALL COURSES

Over 1,000 courses and seminars


for personal and professional growth
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Sep 16
Philosophy
of Money

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Sep 23
A First Encounter with
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In these unique classes, UCalgary academics
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Sep 30 community. For course details and instructor
Politics in the City: Everything You
Need to Know About Calgary Politics bios go to conted.ucalgary.ca/oneday

View the fall line-up on the left of this ad. Then, review
the titles below for a glimpse of what's ahead in 2018.

Oct 14 The Great Melt: Geopolitics of the Changing Arctic


Magical World of
Everything You Need to Know About Canadian Politics NEW
Ancient Mythology
The Face of Battle: An Exploration of War Memoirs NEW
Art of the Northern Renaissance and the Dutch Golden Age NEW
Personality Psychology: The Science of Who We Are
Philosophy of Money
Oct 21 Food Marketing, Policy and Children's Health NEW
The Berlin Wall: Tales of
Division and Unity Walking With Wild Dogs NEW
Exploring the History and Design of UCalgary Buildings NEW
Great Artists of the Italian Renaissance

Oct 28
Everything You Need to Know
About Alberta Politics

Nov 4
Technocreep: The Surrender of Privacy
and The Capitalization of Intimacy

Nov 18
Leonardo da Vinci:
A Man of Mystery
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PROGRAM AREAS
How to Register for Courses............... 1 Academic Preparation.......................... 6 French Language and Culture...........18
Canada - Alberta Job Grant................ 1 Academic Exam Front-End Web Development.....12, 28
Preparation Graduate.................... 6
Flexible Learning.................................... 4 Graphic Design....................................... 12
Academic Preparation
Certificate Programs..............................5 Undergraduate..................................... 6 Health, Safety and Environment...... 15
Course Schedules................................... 6 Human Resource Management........16
Adult and Community Education......7
Descriptions: Integrated Digital Media..................... 12
Adult Learning.........................................7
Business Seminars............................... 32
Interior Design........................................ 17
Courses.................................................... 45 Art............................................................... 8
IT Fundamentals................................... 28
Information for Students....................77 Business Analysis................................... 9
IT Service Management (ITIL)...........18
Course Registration Form............... 79 Business and Management
(See Professional Management)..... 24 Landscaping...........................................18
Campus Maps and
Frequently Called Numbers..............80 Business Intelligence Languages of the World.....................18
and Analytics........................................... 9
English Language American Sign Language................. 18
Program.........................Inside Back Cover Business Process.................................... 9 Arabic..................................................... 19
Dutch...................................................... 19
Travel Study..................Inside Back Cover Business Seminars................................10
French..................................................... 19
Career and Academic Advising..........7 German.................................................. 19
Italian...................................................... 19
Change Management............................11
Japanese.............................................. 19
Conflict Resolution............................... 12 Korean.................................................... 19
Mandarin................................................ 19
COURSE Construction Management............... 24
Russian.................................................19
SCHEDULES 6 Corporate Training...............................44 Spanish................................................... 19
Creative Writing..................................... 31
DESCRIPTIONS: Lean Six Sigma
SEMINARS 32 Database Administration.................... 12 Green Belt Training................................ 9
Design Technologies............................ 12 Liberal Arts............................................. 20

DESCRIPTIONS: e-Learning.................................................7 Daytime Classes................................. 20


COURSES 45 Evening Classes.................................. 20
Emerging Leaders.................................10
Educational Travel Study............... 20
Engineering............................................. 13
Marketing................................................. 21
English as a Second
Language (ESL): Part Time................ 13 .NET Application Development....... 28
Environmental Management.............14 Oil and Gas Taxation............................ 21
Finance.....................................................14 Office Applications............................... 21

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Graduate Story
The instructors were great and definitely met
One Day @ UCalgary.............................22 my expectation of university quality. Its
improved my communication and organizational
Personal Interest and Wellness....... 22
skills, and definitely broadened my interests."
Parenting.............................................. 22
Personal Finance................................ 22 Jared Wharton. Graduate.
Certificate in Professional Management
Photography.......................................... 23 Professional Engineers and
Professional Management................. 24 Geoscientists (PEG).

Professional Management
Economic Developers.................... 24
Professional Management
When Jared Wharton began his transition from the field to a
PEG....................................................... 24
corporate office in the oil and gas industry, he went looking for
Professional Writing............................. 31 an educational program that would grow his knowledge and
skill set. He chose a Continuing Education program offered
Business and
exclusively to members of APEGA: The Certificate in Professional
Technical Writing .............................. 31
Management PEG.
Marketing and Public
Relations Writing................................ 31
Jared knew what he wanted. Above all, the program had to be
university quality; and, because he had a young family, it needed
Project Management
to fit into his already busy life. When I researched this program
Fundamentals........................................ 26
I especially liked that I could choose the courses that best fit my
Public Relations Management......... 27 needs, and that online and classroom delivery were both available.
Real Estate Development.................. 27
Jareds earlier education, an arts and science diploma and an
Risk Management................................. 24 electrical engineering degree, was a strong foundation for his
early positions in oil and gas. Soon after starting his PEG courses,
Security Management......................... 28
Jared knew hed found a program that would develop his skills
Software Development...................... 28 for the corporate side.
Spanish Language and Culture .......18
Staying on top of his studies required some serious time
Strategic Management....................... 24 management says Jared. I put in some long nights, as Id usually
save my work until after the kids had gone to bed. But it was all
Sustainability......................................... 29
manageable I was always able to find the time I needed.
Teaching Second Languages........... 29
I ended up taking more than half of my courses online. At first,
Travel Study..................Inside Back Cover
it took some getting used to. Collaborating in virtual teams can
Visual Design..........................8, 17, 23, 30 be difficult, but since its quickly becoming part of everyday life
it was a good skill to learn, and Ive been able to leverage that
Workplace Learning...............................7
experience in the online MBA program I'm taking now.
Writing...................................................... 31
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Flexible Learning
On campus. Downtown. Online.
At UCalgary Continuing Education, all courses and certificate programs have been
developed with part-time learners in mind, making it possible for you to pace your
learning to fit your life.

COURSE DELIVERY TAKING COURSES ONLINE UNCERTAIN ABOUT


Courses are offered in a variety of Learning online takes the learning ONLINE LEARNING?
formats including classroom and experience out of the traditional Before taking your first instructor-led,
online, and occasionally, blended classroom and on to the Internet. interactive online course, you
partially in the classroom and partially will be required to take BMC 352
Most of Continuing Educations
online. Some certificates are achieved Learning Online. This course is
online courses are instructor-led,
completely in the classroom, others your chance to practise online
interactive courses. Students work
completely online. Some certificate learning in a safe environment.
within scheduled start- and end-
programs give you the choice of
dates and observe set timelines for
taking your courses in either format.
learning activities and assignments.
BMC 352
For most courses, students are free to LEARNING ONLINE
TAKING COURSES choose when they go online during the Discover more about yourself as
IN THE CLASSROOM week. However, some courses require an online learner in a supportive
that students attend online classes on environment and ultimately determine
Main Campus
designated dates and at designated times. if online learning is for you. Compare
2500 University Drive NW
your current skills, habits and
Downtown Campus ONLINE COURSE WORKLOAD technical knowledge against whats
906 8th Avenue SW For courses that allow you to choose typically required for success in
when you will go online, you should Continuing Education online courses.
Continuing Education courses are held
plan to log in to the Universitys online Whatever your starting point, you
at UCalgary's main and downtown
learning software Desire 2 Learn will develop and improve your
campuses at times that are convenient
(D2L) three to four times per week in abilities to connect, communicate
for adult learners.
order to keep pace with the class. You and collaborate with others online. If
should plan on studying and working you have previously taken BMC 152
AT HOME STUDY
approximately six hours per week per Learning Online, you are not required
In most certificate program classroom
course. Please take this into account to take BMC 352 Learning Online.
courses, students are expected to
when planning your term, especially if
complete readings and assignments
you are enrolling in multiple courses
between classes. The number of hours COURSE: BMC 352 | 10 Hours | $185
at one time.
needed for at-home study will vary,
Note: New sections of this course are added
however, if your course includes one
regularly as demand requires. For an up-
three-hour class each week, you should
to-date list of currently offered sections, go
plan on spending an additional three
to conted.ucalgary.ca/learningonline
hours per week outside of class. Please
take this into account when enrolling in
multiple courses at one time.

4 403.220.2866 conted.ucalgary.ca
More than 45 in-demand
Certificate Programs
Certificates are achieved through courses taught in the classroom, online, or a mix of
classroom and online. In the following list, Online indicates a certificate can be achieved
completely through online courses. Also Online indicates certificate requirements can
be met completely in either format classroom or online. The remainder are offered in
the classroom primarily.

Adult and Community Education Online Health, Safety and Environment Also Online Project Management Fundamentals
Adult Learning Online Human Resource Management Also Online Public Relations Management
Specializing in Adult and Community Education
Integrated Digital Media Also Online Real Estate Development
Specializing in Career and Academic Advising
Specializing in e-Learning IT Fundamentals Also Online Security Management Online
Specializing in Workplace Learning
Marketing Spanish Language and Culture
Business Analysis Also Online Levels 1 and 2
.NET Application Development NEW
Business Intelligence and Also Online Teaching Second Languages
Analytics Also Online Levels 1 and 2 Online
Office Applications
Specializing in Teaching English
Career and Academic Advising Online
Professional Management as a Second Language (TESL)
Change Management NEW General Also Online Specializing in Teaching International and
Specializing in Construction Management Heritage Languages (TIHL)
Creative Writing Online
Specializing in Risk Management Also Online
Video Game Development for
Database Administration Also Online Specializing in Strategic Management
Secondary School Students
Professional Management Economic
e-Learning Online
Developers Also Online Visual Design
Emerging Leaders Professional Management Professional General
Engineers and Geoscientists Also Online Specializing in Art Theory and Practice
Environmental Management
Specializing in Interior Design
Professional Writing Online
French Language and Culture Specializing in Photography
Specializing in Business and
FSL Foundations
Technical Writing Workplace Learning Online
FSL Intermediate
Specializing in Marketing and
Front-End Web Development Also Online Public Relations

Graphic Design

You may enrol in a certificate program at any time. However, in most programs, you can take courses first and enrol in the
certificate program later. As programs are subject to change, we recommend you apply for admission as early as possible.
Once you are admitted, you can be confident that you have locked in the requirements leading to your graduation. To enrol
in a certificate program now, go to conted.ucalgary.ca/apply. When you enrol, you will be charged a non-refundable fee of
$95. Additional fees may apply for specific programs.

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Hundreds of Courses
for personal and professional development
Courses listed here are offered between September 1 and December 31, 2017. Most
winter and spring 2018 courses have also been scheduled and can be viewed online.
For additional information or to register, go to conted.ucalgary.ca.

ACADEMIC PREPARATION
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Academic Exam Preparation Graduate


Are you seeking admission to an MBA program? The GMAT preparation test prepares you
to meet todays high admission standards.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
GMAT Test Preparation p59 ADL 901 047 Oct 14 22 SU | 9:30 am 5 pm Main $1,095 + GST
$995 + GST 30 days before start
048 Nov 25 Dec 3 SU | 9:30 am 5 pm Main $1,095 + GST
$995 + GST 30 days before start

Academic Preparation Undergraduate


These courses are for students planning to seek admission to a UCalgary faculty. Information
on the universitys admission requirements is obtained from Recruitment and Admissions,
or faculty offices. Textbooks can be purchased at the UCalgary Bookstore.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Biology 1 p47 UPG 110 012 Sep 13 Dec 16 W | 6 7:30 pm Main $475
S | 11 am 12:30 pm
Biology 2 p48 UPG 210 018 Sep 14 Nov 30 RM | 6 7:45 pm Main $475
Chemistry 1 p50 UPG 140 013 Sep 14 Dec 14 RM | 6 7:30 pm Main $475
Chemistry 2 p50 UPG 240 023 Sep 14 Nov 30 RM | 4 5:45 pm Main $475
024 Sep 16 Dec 2 S | 11 am 3:30 pm Main $475
English 2 p56 UPG 220 027 Sep 14 Nov 30 RM | 5:30 7:30 pm Main $475
028 Sep 16 Dec 2 S | 10 am 2:30 pm Main $475
Math Fundamentals NEW
p64 UPG 010 001 Sep 14 Dec 4 RM | 6 9 pm Main $495

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Certificate graduates: Randal Cacayuran,


Jonathan Adam and Fay Qian.

Math 1 p65 UPG 020 001 Sep 13 Dec 4 WM | 6 9 pm Main $495


Math 2 p65 UPG 101 059 Sep 13 Dec 4 WM | 6 9 pm Main $495
060 Sep 14 Dec 4 RM | 5:30 8:30 pm Main $495
061 Sep 14 Nov 30 RT | 6 9 pm Main $495
Math 3 p65 UPG 031 004 Sep 14 Dec 4 RM | 4 7 pm Main $495
Physics 1 p68 UPG 130 012 Sep 16 Dec 2 S | 1:30 5:15 pm Main $475
Physics 2 p68 UPG 230 018 Sep 14 Nov 30 RM | 6 7:45 pm Main $475

ADULT LEARNING
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These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward one of the following certificates.
Adult Learning specializing in Adult and Community Education
Adult and Community Education Career and Academic Advising
Career and Academic Planning e-Learning
e-Learning Workplace Learning
Workplace Learning

Continuing Educations adult learning programs are recognized by the Institute for Performance
and Learning, the Career Development Association of Alberta (CDAA) and the British Columbia
Career Development Association (BCCDA), and can help you attain the Certified Training and
Development Professional (CTDP) or the Certified Career Development Professional (CCDP)
designations. For information, go to conted.ucalgary.ca/designations
SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same time for three
or more courses. Register by calling 403.220.2866 or online at conted.ucalgary.ca. Offer valid for
courses that start in the 2017/18 academic year.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Adults as Learners p46 ADL 106 029 Sep 12 Nov 20 Online $625
Assessment Practice in Career Development p47 ADL 212 016 Oct 10 Dec 4 Online $525
Career Development Foundations p49 ADL 210 017 Sep 26 Nov 20 Online $525

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Creating Programs in Adult Education p52 ADL 128 028 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $625
Designing and Facilitating for the Synchronous p53 ADL 117 002 Oct 17 Dec 11 Online $525
Online Classroom NEW
Designing Learning p53 ADL 129 031 Sep 12 Nov 20 Online $625
Diversity in Adult Learning p54 ADL 110 023 Sep 19 Nov 13 Online $525
E-Learning: Principles and Practice p55 ADL 121 026 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $625
Helping Skills in Career and Academic Advising p60 ADL 211 026 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $525
Learning in the Workplace p63 ADL 107 032 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $625
Train the Trainer 1 p75 ADL 139 011 Oct 19 21 RFS | 9 am 4:30 pm DT $525
Train the Trainer 2 p75 ADL 239 005 Nov 16 - 17 RF | 8:30 am - 5 pm DT $425

ART
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These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward one or more of the certificates
noted below. Currently-scheduled core and optional courses for the Certificate in Visual Design
specializing in Art Theory and Practice are listed. For more currently-scheduled options, see
Visual Design on page 30. Certificate students are advised to review their own program to
ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.
Graphic Design Visual Design specializing in:
Visual Design General Art Theory and Practice
Interior Design
Photography

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same
time for three or more courses that apply to the Visual Design or Graphic Design
certificates. Discount not available for ICT courses. Offer valid for courses that start in the
2017/2018 academic year. Register online or call 403.220.2866.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Abstract Painting 1 p45 ART 323 003 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Art History and Appreciation 1 p47 ART 301 011 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 7 9 pm Main $295
Colour Theory 1 p51 ART 321 010 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Creative Acrylic Painting p52 ART 109 032 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Design Principles p53 ART 103 035 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing 1 p55 ART 314 017 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing 2 p55 ART 315 004 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing and Painting from the Masters p55 ART 112 010 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Graphic Design p59 ART 320 005 Sep 26 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History Of Design p60 ART 102 033 Oct 4 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Typography p75 ART 316 004 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395

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BUSINESS ANALYSIS
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These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward Continuing Educations
Certificate in Business Analysis.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Analysis Planning p48 ICT 227 006 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Main $825
007 Sep 19 Nov 21 Online $825
Requirements Analysis and Design p70 ICT 762 003 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Main $825
004 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Online $825

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND ANALYTICS


conted.ucalgary.ca/bi

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Certificate in Business
Intelligence and Analytics.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Intelligence Introduction p49 ICT 700 010 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $975
011 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Online $975
Visual Analytics NEW
p76 ICT 774 001 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm Main $975

BUSINESS PROCESS
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More information on Lean Six Sigma is available at conted.ucalgary.ca/designations.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Training p63 PDS 233 009 Oct 16 20 MTWRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $2,795
010 Nov 27 Dec 1 MTWRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $2,795

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BUSINESS SEMINARS
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Business Seminars cover a wide variety of business and leadership related topics, and can be
taken on their own or for credit toward the Certificate for Emerging Leaders. Seminars range
from just three hours to multiple days.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Accounting for Non-Financial Managers p32 BUS 154 016 Nov 9 10 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $649 + GST
Assertiveness: Choosing the Right Balance p32 BUS 285 004 Nov 14 T | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Becoming Empowered Through Coaching NEW
p32 BUS 288 001 Oct 23 24 MT | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST

Coaching for Quality Performance p33 BUS 155 030 Oct 24 26 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $825 + GST
Coaching to Different Styles NEW p33 BUS 287 003 Nov 28 29 TW | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $699 + GST
Confidence in Communication p33 BUS 219 018 Oct 13 FS | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Conquering Your Fear of Public Speaking p34 BUS 265 012 Nov 18 25 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Creative Conflict Resolution: p34 BUS 112 029 Oct 20 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $399 + GST
Making the Most of Differences
Creative Negotiating p34 BUS 275 007 Nov 20 M | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $425 + GST
Creative Problem Solving p35 BUS 613 002 Oct 27 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Cultivating Innovation in Your Organization p35 BUS 612 005 Nov 17 Dec 1 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $850 + GST
Dealing with the Difficult Conversation p35 BUS 128 034 Oct 05 R | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Developing High Performance Teams p36 BUS 281 006 Nov 15 W | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $395 + GST
Do Less and Achieve More: Zone of Optimal p36 BUS 109 021 Oct 11 and 13 WF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Performance
Effective Writing in the Workplace p36 BUS 266 011 Nov 2 3 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $619 + GST
Emotional Intelligence p37 BUS 127 035 Sep 27 W | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $409 + GST
Energize Your Workplace: Inspiring and p37 BUS 144 033 Oct 19 20 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Motivating People
Facilitation Skills p37 BUS 134 034 Nov 15 16 WR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Financial Analysis and Planning for p38 BUS 120 030 Dec 11 12 MT | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $649 + GST
Non-Financial Managers
Fundamentals of Supervision p38 BUS 146 052 Oct 16 18 MTW | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $895 + GST
Get Organized! Improve Your Workflow p38 BUS 270 011 Oct 12 R | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
and Boost Your Productivity
Getting Things Done Through Influence p39 BUS 138 026 Nov 08 W | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $399 + GST
Good Writing is Good Business p39 BUS 258 012 Oct 25 W | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $375 + GST
Implementing Change p39 BUS 233 010 Dec 04 M | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Integrative Listening: The Leader's Edge p40 BUS 279 005 Oct 23 30 M | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $619 + GST
Leading Yourself and Others Through Change p40 BUS 267 010 Nov 23 24 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Leading with Confidence and Courage p40 BUS 240 009 Nov 02 R | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Mastering Work and Life Satisfaction p41 BUS 282 005 Oct 26 27 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Meeting the Challenge of Leadership p41 BUS 140 026 Nov 30 Dec 1 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $625 + GST

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Mental Toughness: Training for Success p41 BUS 130 044 Oct 19 20 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $619 + GST
Mentoring Skills p42 BUS 244 017 Oct 26 27 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $619 + GST
Overview of Strategic Planning p42 BUS 257 010 Dec 05 T | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Power and Science of Coaching p42 BUS 212 016 Oct 30 31 MT | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $619 + GST
Stress Less: Managing What's On Your Mind p43 BUS 207 018 Oct 06 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Succession Planning: Developing Leaders p43 BUS 274 005 Dec 11 M | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
From Within
The Decisive Leader p43 BUS 284 005 Oct 17 T | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Time Management p44 BUS 111 047 Oct 10 T | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Understanding and Developing Your Unique p44 BUS 605 004 Nov 27 M | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $375 + GST
Organizational Culture
Writing Winning Proposals p44 BUS 245 011 Nov 22 W | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $375 + GST

CHANGE MANAGEMENT
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These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Change Management
Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Change Management Theory p50 BMC 358 004 Sep 20 Nov 1 W | 6 9 pm DT $445
and Application NEW
Change Strategy and Planning NEW p50 BMC 359 003 Nov 18 Dec 16 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Conflict Management p51 BMC 212 091 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
092 Oct 14 28 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Human Behaviour in Organizations p61 BMC 172 206 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
207 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
208 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Project Management: Level I p69 BMC 299 048 Sep 12 Dec 11 Online $745
049 Sep 13 Dec 6 W | 6 9 pm DT $745
050 Sep 25 Oct 3 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Writing in the Workplace p76 WRI 150 016 Sep 12 - Nov 20 DT $775
017 Sep 12 - Dec 5 T | 6 - 9 pm Online $775

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CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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The following courses are offered in collaboration with the Justice Institute of British Columbia
School of Community & Social Justice and Centre for Conflict Resolution and may be taken on
their own or for credit towards the JIBC Certificate in Conflict Resolution, with specializations
in Negotiation, Mediation, or Family Mediation. An Associate Certificate in Workplace Conflict
is also available.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Asserting Yourself in Conflict Situations p47 PDS 004 022 Oct 3 4 TW | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $445
Building Your Communication Toolbox p48 PDS 173 023 Nov 14 15 TW | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $445
Dealing with Anger p53 PDS 007 014 Nov 7 9 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $625
Foundations of Collaborative Conflict p58 PDS 002 031 Sep 26 28 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $625
Resolution: Workplace Focus
Mediation Skills Level I p65 PDS 006 020 Oct 31 Nov 2 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $625
Negotiation Skills Level I p67 PDS 185 029 Oct 17 19 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $625
Negotiation Skills Level II p67 PDS 010 010 Nov 27 Dec 1 MTWRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $995
Resolving Conflict on the Frontline: p70 PDS 009 013 Oct 24 26 TWR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $625
Demonstrating Leadership At Work

DATABASE ADMINISTRATION
conted.ucalgary.ca/database

This course may be taken on its own or for credit toward the Certificate in Database
Administration. Currently scheduled core courses are listed.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Microsoft SQL Server Development Level 1 p66 ICT 678 008 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Online $925

DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES
conted.ucalgary.ca/design

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the certificates noted below.
Students are advised to review their own certificate program to ensure their selected course
is eligible for credit.
Front-End Web Development Integrated Digital Media
Graphic Design

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Adobe Illustrator p46 ICT 437 036 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Online $825
Adobe InDesign p46 ICT 578 025 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Main $875
Adobe Photoshop p46 ICT 436 054 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $825
Adobe Photoshop Advanced p46 ICT 664 011 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Online $875

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Digital Product Design p54 ICT 667 004 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $825
005 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Online $825
Graphic Design p59 ART 320 005 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History of Design p60 ART 102 033 Oct 4 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
HTML5 and CSS3 p60 ICT 580 021 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm Main $825
HTML5 and CSS3 with jQuery p60 ICT 581 012 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Online $825
Introduction to Motion Graphics p62 ICT 686 001 Sep 21 - Nov 23 R | 6 - 9 pm Main $825
Typography p75 ART 316 004 Sep 25 Dec 4 M | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395

ENGINEERING
conted.ucalgary.ca/engineering

These courses enhance professional expertise in engineering, geology and geophysics.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Natural Gas Processing Short Course p67 BUS 143 032 Dec 4 8 MTWRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $1,595 + GST

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL): PART TIME


conted.ucalgary.ca/eslparttime

University of Calgary Continuing Education offers full- and part-time programs in ESL. Full-time
programs in ESL are available to international students and landed immigrants. Information on
the English Language Program can be found at ucalgary.ca/esl
The evening and weekend ESL classes listed here are perfect for adults, at any level, who want to
improve their English for personal, work, or academic reasons, on a part-time basis.
TRANSFERABILITY TO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Some ESL courses can be used for advanced
credit toward select Continuing Education Certificates. These include: Professional Management
(all specializations), Human Resource Management, Marketing, Public Relations Management,
and Security Management. Students must have attended at least 75 per cent of class hours in
order to receive the advanced credit.
You can receive 30 hours credit for: You can receive 20 hours credit for:
ENL 410 ESL 4 ENL 415 Pronunciation
ENL 510 ESL 5
ENL 430 TOEFL Preparation

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
ESL Placement Test - Free p56 ENL 1000 013 Sep 12 T | 6 9 pm Main $0
Daytime Placement Test $25 p56 ENL 1001 038 Sep 15 F | 9 11 am Main $25
039 Sep 19 T | 9 11 am Main $25
040 Oct 17 T | 9 11 am Main $25
041 Nov 29 W | 9 11 am Main $25
ESL 1 p56 ENL 110 021 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $525
ESL 2 p57 ENL 210 022 Sep 26 Nov 30 TR | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $525

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ESL 3 p57 ENL 310 035 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $525
036 Sep 26 Nov 30 TR | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $525
ESL 4 p57 ENL 410 039 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $525
040 Sep 26 Nov 30 TR | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $525
ESL 5 p57 ENL 510 026 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $525
Pronunciation p69 ENL 415 029 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 am 12 pm Main $325
030 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 5:15 8:15 pm Main $325
TOEFL Test Preparation p75 ENL 430 016 Sep 25 Dec 4 MW | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $500

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/environment

These courses can be taken on their own or for credit toward the Environmental Management
Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed. Certificate students are
advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Auditing of HSE Management Systems p47 BMC 281 026 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 6 9 pm DT $550
and Compliance
027 Oct 23 26 MTWR | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
Ecosystems: Functions and Impacts p55 BMC 274 018 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Environmental Law p56 BMC 112 024 Oct 10 Dec 12 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability p56 BMC 169 022 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
Introduction to Environmental Management p61 BMC 129 039 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Management Tools and Techniques for p64 BMC 116 012 Oct 24 Nov 1 TW | 8:30 am 5 pm Main $550
Environmental Issues
Occupational Hygiene: The Basics p67 BMC 197 046 Sep 12 Dec 18 Online $630
Oil Sands: Overview, Environmental Impacts, p67 BMC 298 015 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
and Regulations
Water Quality p76 BMC 246 011 Oct 11 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm Main $550

FINANCE
conted.ucalgary.ca/finance

These courses prepare students for the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
For more information, go to conted.ucalgary.ca/designations.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
CFA Level I Review Seminar p49 PDS 105 29 Sep 11 Nov 2 MR | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $1,050 + GST
Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm

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HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


conted.ucalgary.ca/hse

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Health, Safety and
Environment (HSE) Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional HSE courses are
listed. For currently-scheduled optional management courses, see Professional Management
on page 24. Certificate students are advised to review their own program to ensure
their selected course is eligible for credit. For information on how some of these courses
can lead to the Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation, go to
conted.ucalgary.ca/designations.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Accident Theory and Incident Investigation p45 BMC 201 029 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $550
Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace NEW
p46 BMC 363 001 Oct 11 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $550
Auditing of HSE Management Systems p47 BMC 281 026 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 6 9 pm DT $550
and Compliance
027 Oct 23 26 MTWR | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
Business and Leadership for HSE Professionals p48 BMC 213 043 Sep 14 Dec 7 R | 6 9 pm DT $630
044 Nov 4 Dec 16 S | 9 am 4:30 pm DT $630
CRSP Exam Prep Course p53 BMC 351 006 Sep 11 13 MTW | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $520
Disability Management: p54 BMC 309 015 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6 9 pm DT $550
An Integrative Approach
Ecosystems: Functions and Impacts p55 BMC 274 018 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Emergency Response p56 BMC 218 016 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $480
Environmental Law p56 BMC 112 024 Oct 10 Dec 12 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability p56 BMC 169 022 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
Ergonomics p56 BMC 199 021 Nov 21 24 TWRF | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
Hazard Assessment and Risk Management p59 BMC 143 034 Oct 31 Dec 18 Online $480
Health and Safety Management Systems: p59 BMC 104 074 Sep 16 Oct 1 4 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
The Basics
073 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $550
Integrated Workplace Health Management p61 BMC 183 012 Oct 19 21 RFS | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $480
Introduction to Environmental Management p61 BMC 129 039 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Management Tools and Techniques for p64 BMC 116 012 Oct 24 Nov 1 TW | 8:30 am 5 pm Main $550
Environmental Issues
Occupational Hygiene: The Basics p67 BMC 197 046 Sep 12 Dec 18 Online $630
Oil Sands: Overview, Environmental Impacts, p67 BMC 298 015 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
and Regulations
Regulations, Roles, and Responsibilities p70 BMC 317 024 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $550
for HSE Professionals
025 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $550
Stress and Fatigue Management p73 BMC 350 005 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $550

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/hr

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Human Resource Management
Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed. Certificate students are
advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is eligible for credit. This
program is offered in association with the Human Resources Institute of Alberta. For more
information, go to conted.ucalgary.ca/designations

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Accounting Fundamentals p45 BMC 162 053 Sep 26 Dec 19 T | 6 9 pm DT $595
Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace NEW p46 BMC 363 001 Oct 11 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $550
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Coaching: Inspiring Excellence in Others p50 BMC 106 010 Oct 21 28 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $395
Compensation: Design and Practice p51 BMC 198 039 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $495
Conducting Effective Interviews p51 BMC 328 009 Sep 27 Nov 8 W | 6 9 pm DT $445
Conflict Management p51 BMC 212 091 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
092 Oct 14 28 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Disability Management: p54 BMC 309 015 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6 9 pm DT $550
An Integrative Approach
Employee Benefits p56 BMC 230 039 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm DT $495
Employee Development and Training p56 BMC 354 005 Oct 14 Nov 4 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $495
Ergonomics p56 BMC 199 021 Nov 21 24 TWRF | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
Harassment Investigations p59 BMC 194 024 Sep 12 Oct 30 Online $445
Health and Safety Management Systems: p59 BMC 104 074 Sep 16 Oct 14 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
The Basics
073 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $550
Human Behaviour in Organizations p61 BMC 172 206 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
207 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
208 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Human Resource Management p61 BMC 165 115 Sep 19 Dec 12 T | 6 9 pm DT $595
116 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
117 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
International Human Resource Management p61 BMC 177 011 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
Labour Relations p62 BMC 156 022 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6 9 pm DT $495
Management Communications: p64 BMC 206 128 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Interpersonal Skills
129 Sep 21 Dec 14 R | 6 9 pm DT $595
130 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595

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Performance Management p68 BMC 353 005 Nov 18 Dec 2 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Performance Measures for Organizations p68 BMC 150 023 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
Recruitment and Selection p70 BMC 178 064 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $495
065 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $495
066 Oct 16 20 MTRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $495
Strategic Planning p73 BMC 161 027 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
Stress and Fatigue Management p73 BMC 350 005 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $550

INTERIOR DESIGN
conted.ucalgary.ca/interiordesign

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward one or more of the certificates
noted below. Currently-scheduled core and optional courses for the Certificate in Visual
Design specializing in Interior Design are listed. For more currently-scheduled options, see
Visual Design on page 30. Certificate students are advised to review their own program to
ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.
Visual Design General Visual Design specializing in:
Art Theory and Practice
Interior Design
Photography

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same time for
three or more courses that apply to the Visual Design or Graphic Design certificates. Discount
not available for ICT courses. Offer valid for courses that start in the 2017/2018 academic year.
Register online or call 403.220.2866.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Accessorizing Interiors p45 INT 115 014 Oct 4 Nov 8 W | 7 9:30 pm Main $225
Bathroom and Kitchen Design p47 INT 123 011 Oct 24 Dec 5 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
and Nov 25 S | 12 5 pm
Classical Interior Design p50 INT 126 003 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 7 9 pm Main $295
Colour For Homeowners p51 INT 105 023 Sep 23 30 S | 9 am 3 pm Main $155
Colour Theory 1 p51 ART 321 010 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Design Principles p53 ART 103 035 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing 1 p55 ART 314 017 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History of Design p60 ART 102 033 Oct 4 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History of Furniture p60 INT 109 013 Nov 18 25 S | 9 am 3 pm Main $155
Interior Design Residential p61 INT 101 030 Oct 3 Nov 21 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
Kitchen Design p62 INT 122 014 Nov 4 S | 1 4:30 pm Main $75

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IT SERVICE MANAGEMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/itil

This course is offered in collaboration with Procept Associates Ltd and leads to the ITIL V3
Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management. See conted.ucalgary.ca/designations.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
ITIL Foundations p62 PDS 217 15 Nov 28 - 30 TWR | 8:30 am - 4:30 pm DT $1,900 + GST

LANDSCAPING
conted.ucalgary.ca/landscaping

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward of the certificates noted below.
Certificate students are advised to review their program to ensure their selected course is
eligible for credit.
Visual Design General Visual Design specializing in:
Art Theory and Practice
Interior Design
Photography

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Landscape Design p63 LAN 100 038 Sep 26 Nov 14 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
Seasonal Containers: Festive Arrangements p71 LAN 114 007 Nov 18 25 S | 9:30 am 12 pm Main $110

LANGUAGES OF THE WORLD


conted.ucalgary.ca/languages

Languages of the World include American Sign Language and an array of international
languages. In all languages, beginners are expected to begin in Level 1. Progressively higher
levels will be offered in subsequent semesters depending on student interest and participation.
Students of French and Spanish may choose to take courses for credit toward levelled certificates
in French Language and Culture or Spanish Language and Culture. For more information on
these programs, go to conted.ucalgary.ca/french or conted.ucalgary.ca/spanish
PLACEMENT: If you already have experience in a language, you may consult with program staff
to determine your appropriate starting level. Call 403.220.5895
Note: One week prior to start, classes with insufficient enrolment may be cancelled. Please
register early. Additional language courses may be added based on student interest. For
the most up-to-date list of scheduled courses, please check conted.ucalgary.ca/languages

American Sign Language


Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Sign Language 101 p71 ASL 101 042 Sep 20 - Dec 6 W | 6 - 9 pm Main $375
Sign Language 102 p72 ASL 102 027 Sep 19 - Dec 5 T | 6 - 9 pm Main $375
Sign Language 201 p72 ASL 201 020 Sep 21 - Dec 7 R | 6 - 9 pm Main $395

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International Languages
Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Arabic 1 p47 ARA 101 037 Sep 27 - Nov 29 W | 6 - 8 pm Main $265 + GST
Dutch 1 p55 DUT 100 027 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $265 + GST
French I p58 FRE 100 153 Sep 18 Nov 27 MW | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
154 Sep 19 Nov 23 TR | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
155 Sep 20 Dec 6 W | 5:30 8 pm and DT $345
3 Saturday mornings
French II p58 FRE 102 104 Sep 18 Nov 27 MW | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
105 Sep 19 Nov 23 TR | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
French III p58 FRE 103 067 Sep 19 Nov 23 TR | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
French IV p58 FRE 104 043 Sep 18 Nov 27 MW | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $345
French V p58 FRE 105 039 Sep 18 Nov 27 MW | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $375
French Immersion Weekend for p59 FRE 112 030 Nov 18 19 SU | 9 am 4 pm Off Campus $185
Beginner Students
French Immersion Weekend for p59 FRE 111 024 Nov 18 19 SU | 9 am 4 pm Off Campus $185
Intermediate and Advanced Students
German 1 p59 GER 110 013 Sep 27 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
German Conversation p59 GER 250 004 Oct 5 Dec 7 R | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $245 + GST
Italian 1 p63 ITA 101 046 Sep 28 Dec 14 R | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Italian 2 p63 ITA 102 040 Sep 27 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Italian 3 p63 ITA 103 023 Sep 26 Dec 12 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $325 + GST
Japanese 1 p63 JPN 101 044 Oct 3 Nov 21 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $265 + GST
Japanese 3 p63 JPN 103 009 Oct 5 Nov 23 R | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Korean 1 p63 KOR 101 024 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $265 + GST
Mandarin 1 p64 MAN 101 041 Oct 3 Nov 21 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $265 + GST
Russian 1 p71 RUS 101 035 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Spanish 1 p72 SPA 101 215 Sep 18 Dec 11 M | 6:15 9 pm Main $295 + GST
216 Sep 19 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
217 Sep 19 Oct 26 TR | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
218 Sep 20 Dec 6 W | 6 8:30 pm Off Campus* $295 + GST
219 Sep 21 Dec 7 R | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Spanish 2 p72 SPA 102 144 Sep 19 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
145 Sep 20 Dec 6 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
146 Nov 7 Dec 14 TR | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
Spanish 3 p72 SPA 103 098 Sep 19 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
Spanish 4 p72 SPA 104 066 Sep 20 Dec 6 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
Spanish 5 p72 SPA 105 051 Sep 21 Dec 7 R | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
Spanish 7 p72 SPA 907 022 Sep 20 Dec 6 W | 6:30 9 pm Main $325

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Spanish Conversation 1 p72 SPA 410 020 Sep 18 Dec 11 M | 6:15 9 pm Main $325
Spanish Conversation 3 p72 SPA 430 009 Sep 19 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $325
Spanish Conversation 4 p72 SPA 124 016 Sep 30 Dec 9 S | 9:30 11:45 am Off Campus* $275
Spanish for Travellers 1 p73 SPA 131 062 Sep 23 Dec 9 S | 9 11:30 am Main $275 + GST
Spanish Module I p73 SPA 301 049 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 12 1 pm DT $169
*Southwood United Church 10690 Elbow Drive SW

LIBERAL ARTS
conted.ucalgary.ca/liberalarts

Liberal Arts courses cover a wide array of topics, are offered in the daytime and evening and
are listed accordingly.
SPECIAL DISCOUNT: For 20-hour Liberal Arts courses only, students 65 years and older at the
time of registration qualify for a 10 per cent discount on tuition fees. To receive this discount,
you must register in person or by calling 403.220.2866.

Daytime
Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Adventures in Ancient Philosophy: p46 FIF 248 001 Sep 26 Nov 14 T | 9:30 am 12 pm Main $295 + GST
The Greeks and Romans NEW
Classical Curiosities: What Do We p50 FIF 247 001 Sep 27 Nov 15 W | 1 3:30 pm Off Campus* $295 + GST
Believe and Why? NEW
History of Women in Art p60 FIF 244 002 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 1:30 3:30 pm Main $295 + GST
Naturopathic Medicine Level 3 p67 FIF 156 005 Sep 14 Oct 19 R | 9 am 12 pm Main $295 + GST
The Social History of Victorian Britain: p75 FIF 218 002 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 1 3 pm Main $295 + GST
A Respectable Society NEW
*Grace Presbyterian Church, 1009 15th Ave SW

Evening
Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Abnormal Psychology NEW
p45 HUM 547 001 Sep 26 Nov 14 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Applied Naturopathic Nutrition p47 HUM 542 004 Oct 30 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $245 + GST
for Your Health
Art and Archaeology of Ancient Peru p47 HUM 104 004 Sep 28 Nov 16 R | 6:30 9 pm Main $295 + GST
Caravan Cities of Antiquity p49 HUM 112 009 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 9 11 pm Main $295 + GST
Evenings with the Calgary Philharmonic p57 HUM 405 023 Sep 25, Oct 10, MT | 7 9 pm Main $325 + GST
Concert Dates: Sep 30, Oct 4, Nov 10, 25 Nov 6, 20

Educational Travel Study


Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Fall Migration on the West Coast p57 FIF 400 003 Class: Aug 23 W | 6:30 8 pm Main $949* + GST
of Vancouver Island Travel: Sep 5 9 TWRFS Bamfield, BC
*Air travel not included

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MARKETING
conted.ucalgary.ca/marketing

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Marketing Certificate.
Currently scheduled core and optional courses are shown. For currently-scheduled optional
management courses, see Professional Management on page 24. Certificate students are
advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Digital Marketing p54 BMC 329 005 Nov 21 Feb 12 Online $495
Marketing: Business to Business p64 BMC 125 015 Nov 4 Dec 16 S | 8:30 am 4:00 pm DT $480
Marketing Principles p64 BMC 167 047 Sep 20 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $595
Metrics and Measurement p65 BMC 313 013 Oct 17 Dec 4 Online $445

OFFICE APPLICATIONS
conted.ucalgary.ca/office

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit towards the Certificate in Office
Applications. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Microsoft Excel Level 1 p65 ICT 415 058 Sep 14 15 RF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $575
Microsoft Excel Level 2 p65 ICT 416 054 Oct 6 13 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $575
Microsoft Excel Level 3 p65 ICT 417 031 Nov 17 24 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $575
Microsoft Macros and VBA Level 1 p66 ICT 427 031 Oct 5 12 R | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $625
Microsoft Outlook Levels 1 and 2 p66 ICT 454 021 Dec 1 8 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $525
Microsoft PowerPoint Levels 1 and 2 p66 ICT 456 022 Sep 22 29 F | 8:30 am 4:30 pm Main $525

OIL AND GAS TAXATION


conted.ucalgary.ca/oil

This course is offered in collaboration with the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society (cpts.ca).

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Taxation of Canadian Oil and Gas Companies p73 PDS 227 13 Nov 14 - 15 TW | 8 am - 5 pm DT $560 + GST

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ONE DAY @ UCALGARY
conted.ucalgary.ca/oneday

One Day @ UCalgary is a unique learning opportunity that brings together university academics
and the community. Engaging and affordable, One Day @ UCalgary courses are presented
Saturdays at the main campus.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
A First Encounter with Quantum Mysteries p45 FIF 622 003 Sep 23 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
Everything You Need to Know About p57 FIF 637 001 Oct 28 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
Alberta Politics NEW
Leonardo da Vinci: A Man of Mystery p63 FIF 615 003 Nov 18 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
Magical World of Ancient Mythology p64 FIF 614 002 Oct 14 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
Philosophy of Money p68 FIF 620 005 Sep 16 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
Politics in the City: Everything You Need p69 FIF 631 002 Sep 30 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
to Know About Calgary Politics
Technocreep: The Surrender of Privacy p74 FIF 612 006 Nov 04 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST
and The Capitalization of Intimacy
The Berlin Wall: Tales of Division and Unity p74 FIF 619 003 Oct 21 S | 9:30 am 4 pm Main $75 + GST

PERSONAL INTEREST AND WELLNESS


conted.ucalgary.ca/piw

These courses span a variety of general interest topics, ranging from and health and wellness,
to parenting and personal finance.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Applied Naturopathic Nutrition p47 HUM 542 004 Oct 30 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $245 + GST
for Your Health
Career Renewal and Resilience NEW p49 PIW 135 002 Oct 24 Nov 28 T | 6:30 8:30 pm Main $245 + GST
Foundations of Personal p58 PIW 112 018 Oct 3 31 T | 6 9 pm Main $325 + GST
Financial Management
Investing for Success Level 1 p62 PIW 132 008 Oct 23 Nov 27 M | 6 8:30 pm DT $325 + GST
Mindfulness Meditation p66 PIW 101 044 Oct 2 Nov 27 M | 7:30 9 pm Off Campus* $325 + GST
Naturopathic Medicine Level 3 p67 FIF 156 005 Sep 14 Oct 19 R | 9 am 12 pm Main $295 + GST
Parent Effectiveness Training: p68 PIW 138 001 Oct 17 Nov 14 T | 6 9 pm Off Campus** $295 + GST
A Neuro-developmental Approach NEW
Philanthropy: What's In It For You? NEW p68 PIW 137 001 Oct 3 24 T | 6 8:30 pm DT $225 + GST
Understanding and Preparing p75 PIW 125 015 Oct 18 Nov 8 W | 6 9 pm Main $275 + GST
for Retirement
* Confederation Park Centre, 2212 13 St NW
** South Health Campus Wellness Centre, 180006

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PHOTOGRAPHY
conted.ucalgary.ca/photography

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward one or more of the certificates
noted below. Currently-scheduled core and optional courses for the Certificate in Visual Design
specializing in photography are listed. For more currently-scheduled options see Visual Design
on page 30. Certificate students are advised to review their own program to ensure their
selected course is eligible for credit.
Visual Design General Visual Design specializing in:
Art Theory and Practice
Interior Design
Photography

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same time for
three or more courses that apply to the Visual Design or Graphic Design certificates. Discount
not available for ICT courses. Offer valid for courses that start in the 2017/2018 academic year.
Register online or call 403.220.2866.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Cellphone Photography NEW
p49 PHO 126 001 Oct 14 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $120
Colour Theory 1 p51 ART 321 010 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Design Principles p53 ART 103 035 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Digital SLR Photography Fast Class p54 PHO 116 018 Sep 23 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $120
Drawing 1 p55 ART 314 017 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Family Photography for New and p58 PHO 125 001 Sep 30 Oct 1 SU | 9 am 4 pm Off Campus* $195
Expectant Parents NEW
History of Design p60 ART 102 033 Oct 4 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Photography I Digital p68 PHO 101 085 Oct 11 Nov 15 W | 7 9 pm Main $195
Wedding Photography 1 p76 PHO 123 004 Sep 27 Nov 15, W | 7 9 pm Main $270
and Nov 4 S | 10 am 4 pm
* Energy Resources Research Building (Research Park), 3512 33 St NW

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PROFESSIONAL MANAGEMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/management

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Professional Management
Certificates noted below. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are shown. Many of
the courses in this program can be used as optional management courses in other certificates.
Certificate students are advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is
eligible for credit.
Professional Management Professional Management General
Specializing in Construction Management
Professional Management Economic Developers
Specializing in Risk Management
Specializing in Strategic Management Professional Management Professional Engineers and Geoscientists (PEG)

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Accounting Fundamentals p45 BMC 162 053 Sep 26 Dec 19 T | 6 9 pm DT $595
Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace NEW
p46 BMC 363 001 Oct 11 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $550
Business Finance p48 BMC 103 017 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
Business Investment Attraction p49 BMC 336 008 Sep 26 Oct 30 Online $395
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Change Management Theory and Application NEW
p50 BMC 358 004 Sep 20 Nov 1 W | 6 9 pm DT $445
Coaching: Inspiring Excellence in Others p50 BMC 106 010 Oct 21 28 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $395
Compensation: Design and Practice p51 BMC 198 039 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $495
Conducting Effective Interviews p51 BMC 328 009 Sep 27 Nov 8 W | 6 9 pm DT $445
Conflict Management p51 BMC 212 091 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
092 Oct 14 28 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Construction Contract Law and Documents p51 BMC 102 015 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
Digital Marketing p54 BMC 329 005 Nov 21 Feb 12 Online $495
Disability Management: p54 BMC 309 015 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6 9 pm DT $550
An Integrative Approach
Economic Development: p55 BMC 325 010 Nov 14 Dec 18 Online $395
Establishing the Foundation
Economics for Business p55 BMC 171 032 Sep 21 Dec 14 R | 6 9 pm DT $595
Employee Benefits p56 BMC 230 039 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm DT $495
Employee Development and Training p56 BMC 354 005 Oct 14 Nov 4 S | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $495
Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability p56 BMC 169 022 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
Ergonomics p56 BMC 199 021 Nov 21 24 TWRF | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
Fraud Prevention, Detection and Investigation p58 BMC 137 012 Oct 31 Dec 18 Online $445
Harassment Investigations p59 BMC 194 024 Sep 12 Oct 30 Online $445
Health and Safety Management Systems: p59 BMC 104 074 Sep 16 Oct 14 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $550
The Basics
073 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $550

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course schedules

Human Behaviour in Organizations p61 BMC 172 206 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
207 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
208 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Human Resource Management p61 BMC 165 115 Sep 19 Dec 12 T | 6 9 pm DT $595
116 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
117 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
Information Security Basics p61 BMC 126 011 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $495
International Human Resource Management p61 BMC 177 011 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
Issues Management and Risk/Crisis p62 BMC 109 010 Oct 5 Dec 7 R | 6 9 pm DT $495
Communications
Labour Relations p62 BMC 156 022 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6 9 pm DT $495
Leadership in Project Management p63 BMC 290 027 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $745
Management Communications: p64 BMC 206 128 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Interpersonal Skills
129 Sep 21 Dec 14 R | 6 9 pm DT $595
130 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
Managing Risk in Projects NEW
p64 BMC 345 001 Oct 4 5 WR | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $585
Marketing: Business to Business p64 BMC 125 015 Nov 4 Dec 16 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $480
Marketing Principles p64 BMC 167 047 Sep 20 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $595
Metrics and Measurement p65 BMC 313 013 Oct 17 Dec 4 Online $445
Occupational Hygiene: The Basics p67 BMC 197 046 Sep 12 Dec 18 Online $630
Oil Sands: Overview, Environmental Impacts, p67 BMC 298 015 Oct 10 Dec 11 Online $550
and Regulations
Performance Management p68 BMC 353 005 Nov 18 Dec 2 S | 8:30 am 4 pm DT $445
Performance Measures for Organizations p68 BMC 150 023 Sep 26 Nov 13 Online $445
Project Management: Level I p69 BMC 299 048 Sep 12 Dec 11 Online $745
049 Sep 13 Dec 6 W | 6 9 pm DT $745
050 Sep 25 Oct 3 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Project Management: Level II p69 BMC 266 039 Nov 20 28 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Public Relations p69 BMC 119 035 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Recruitment and Selection p70 BMC 178 064 Sep 26 Dec 4 Online $495
065 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $495
066 Oct 16 20 MTRF | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $495
Risk Assessment and Treatment p71 BMC 326 014 Sep 13 Dec 13 W | 6 9 pm DT $595
Risk Financing p71 BMC 182 033 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
034 Sep 19 Dec 12 T | 6 9 pm DT $595
Risk Management Principles and Practices p71 BMC 327 012 Sep 12 Dec 11 Online $595
013 Sep 14 Dec 14 R | 6 9 pm DT $595
Security Administration p71 BMC 159 012 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595

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Strategic Planning p73 BMC 161 027 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
Stress and Fatigue Management p73 BMC 350 005 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $550
Sustainability Fundamentals NEW
p73 BMC 364 001 Sep 14 Dec 7 R | 6 9 pm DT $649
Writing Effective Online Content NEW
p76 WRI 350 001 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $575
Writing in the Workplace p76 WRI 150 016 Sep 12 Nov 20 Online $775
017 Sep 12 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $775

PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS


conted.ucalgary.ca/project

These courses can be taken on their own or for credit toward the Project Management
Fundamentals Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed.
For information on how these courses can help you earn a PMP designation, go to
conted.ucalgary/designations

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Agile Project Management: The Basics p46 BMC 348 003 Dec 01 F | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $385
Change Management Theory p50 BMC 358 004 Sep 20 Nov 1 W | 6 9 pm DT $445
and Application NEW
Leadership in Project Management p63 BMC 290 027 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $745
Managing Risk in Projects NEW
p64 BMC 345 001 Oct 4 5 WR | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $585
Procurement and Contract Management p69 BMC 301 017 Oct 21 28 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $585
Project Management Professional (PMP) p69 BMC 308 022 Sep 30 Nov 4 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Exam Preparation
023 Nov 20 28 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Project Management: p69 BMC 302 018 Sep 19 Oct 17 T | 6 9 pm DT $585
HR and Communication
Project Management: Level I p69 BMC 299 048 Sep 12 Dec 11 Online $745
049 Sep 13 Dec 6 W | 6 9 pm DT $745
050 Sep 25 Oct 3 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Project Management: Level II p69 BMC 266 039 Nov 20 28 MTW | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $745
Project Quality Management p69 BMC 300 021 Nov 7 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $585

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PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGEMENT


conted.ucalgary.ca/pr

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Public Relations Management
Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are shown. For currently-scheduled
optional management courses, see Professional Management on page 24. Certificate students
are advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Digital Marketing p54 BMC 329 005 Nov 21 Feb 12 Online $495
Human Behaviour in Organizations p61 BMC 172 206 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
207 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
208 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Issues Management and Risk/Crisis p62 BMC 109 010 Oct 5 Dec 7 R | 6 9 pm DT $495
Communications
Metrics and Measurement p65 BMC 313 013 Oct 17 Dec 4 Online $445
Public Relations p69 BMC 119 035 Sep 19 - Dec 18 Online $595
Strategic Writing for Public Relations p73 WRI 230 012 Oct 3 - Nov 27 Online $575
and Marketing

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT


conted.ucalgary.ca/realestate

These courses can be taken on their own or for credit toward the Certificate in Real Estate
Development. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are listed.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Commercial Real Estate Development p51 CPE 206 006 Sep 26 Oct 31 T | 6:30 9:30 pm DT $589
Real Estate Development and Finance p70 CPE 119 017 Sep 14 Oct 19 R | 6:30 9:30 pm DT $589
Real Estate Law p70 CPE 111 012 Nov 7 Dec 12 T | 6:30 9:30 pm DT $589

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SECURITY MANAGEMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/security

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the Security Management
Certificate. Currently scheduled core and optional courses are shown. For currently-scheduled
optional management courses, see Professional Management on page 24. Certificate students
are advised to review their own program to ensure their selected course is eligible for credit.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Business Management p49 BMC 205 242 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
243 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
244 Oct 14 Nov 18 S | 8:30 am 5 pm DT $595
245 Oct 16 Nov 29 MW | 6 9 pm DT $595
Fraud Prevention, Detection and Investigation p58 BMC 137 012 Oct 31 Dec 18 Online $445
Harassment Investigations p59 BMC 194 024 Sep 12 Oct 30 Online $445
Human Behaviour in Organizations p61 BMC 172 206 Sep 11 Dec 18 M | 6 9 pm DT $595
207 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
208 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595
Information Security Basics p61 BMC 126 011 Oct 3 Dec 11 Online $495
Security Administration p71 BMC 159 012 Sep 19 Dec 18 Online $595

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
conted.ucalgary.ca/software

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward one or more of the following
certificates. Students are advised to review their own certificate program to ensure their
selected course is eligible for credit.
Front-End Web Development
IT Fundamentals
.Net Application Development

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Computer Programming Level 1 p51 ICT 710 017 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Main $825
018 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Online $825
Computer Programming Level 3 p51 ICT 712 008 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm Online $825
HTML5 and CSS3 p60 ICT 580 021 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm Main $825
HTML5 and CSS3 with jQuery p60 ICT 581 012 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Online $825
Python Level 1 NEW
p70 ICT 781 001 Sep 20 Nov 22 W | 6 9 pm Main $825
Relational Databases Fundamentals p70 ICT 128 039 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Main $825
040 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6 9 pm Online $825

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SUSTAINABILITY NEW
conted.ucalgary.ca/sustainability

This course may be taken on its own or for credit toward the Professional Management
Certificate. Certificate students are advised to review their own program to ensure their
selected course is eligible for credit.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Sustainability Fundamentals NEW
p73 BMC 364 001 Sep 14 Dec 7 R | 6 9 pm DT $649

TEACHING SECOND LANGUAGES


conted.ucalgary.ca/tsl

These courses can be taken on their own or for credit toward the following certificates.
Teaching Second Language Teaching Second Language
specializing in Teaching English as a specializing in Teaching International
Second Language, Levels 1 and 2 and Heritage Languages, Levels 1 and 2

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same time for
three or more courses. Offer valid for courses that start in the 2017/2018 academic year. Register
online or call 403.220.2866.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Culture in Language Teaching p53 TSL 126 012 Oct 3 Nov 21 T | 6 9:30 pm Main $515
Linguistic Structures p63 TSL 108 032 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $515
033 Oct 11 Nov 29 W | 6 9:30 pm Main $515
Teaching Practicum - ESL p73 TSL 109 050 Sep 18 Nov 24 Online $515
Teaching Practicum (30 hours) - ESL NEW p74 TSL 118 001 Sep 18 Nov 24 Online $755
Teaching Practicum (50 hours) - ESL NEW p74 TSL 119 001 Sep 18 Nov 24 Online $1,255
Teaching Skills and Systems 1 - ESL p74 TSL 121 027 Oct 17 Dec 11 Online $515
Teaching Skills and Systems 2 - ESL p74 TSL 122 025 Sep 19 Nov 13 Online $515
TSL - Level 2 p75 TSL 124 011 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $515
TSL Fundamentals - ESL p75 TSL 120 028 Sep 19 Nov 27 Online $615

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VISUAL DESIGN
conted.ucalgary.ca/visualdesign

These courses may be taken on their own or for credit toward the certificates noted below.
Currently scheduled core and optional courses for the Certificate in Visual Design are listed.
Certificate students are advised to review their program to ensure their selected course is
eligible for credit.
Graphic Design Visual Design specializing in:
Visual Design General Art Theory and Practice
Interior Design
Photography

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a 5 per cent discount per course by registering at the same time for
three or more courses that apply to the Visual Design or Graphic Design certificates. Discount
not available for ICT courses. Offer valid for courses that start in the 2017/2018 academic year.
Register online or call 403.220.2866.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Abstract Painting 1 p45 ART 323 003 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Accessorizing Interiors p45 INT 115 014 Oct 4 Nov 8 W | 7 9:30 pm Main $225
Adobe Illustrator p46 ICT 437 036 Sep 21 Nov 23 R | 6 9 pm Online $825
Adobe Photoshop p46 ICT 436 054 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Main $825
Adobe Photoshop Advanced p46 ICT 664 011 Sep 18 Dec 4 M | 6 9 pm Online $875
Art History and Appreciation 1 p47 ART 301 011 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 7 9 pm Main $295
Bathroom and Kitchen Design p47 INT 123 011 Oct 24 Dec 5 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
and Nov 25 S | 12 5 pm
Cellphone Photography NEW p49 PHO 126 001 Oct 14 S | 9 am 4 pm Main $120
Classical Interior Design p50 INT 126 003 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 7 9 pm Main $295
Colour For Homeowners p51 INT 105 023 Sep 23 30 S | 9 am 3 pm Main $155
Colour Theory 1 p51 ART 321 010 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Creative Acrylic Painting p52 ART 109 032 Sep 27 Nov 29 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Design Principles p53 ART 103 035 Sep 26 Nov 28 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing 1 p55 ART 314 017 Sep 28 Nov 30 R | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing 2 p55 ART 315 004 Oct 3 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Drawing and Painting from the Masters p55 ART 112 010 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Family Photography for New and p58 PHO 125 001 Sep 30 Oct 1 SU | 9 am 4 pm Off Campus* $195
Expectant Parents NEW
Graphic Design p59 ART 320 005 Sep 26 Dec 5 T | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History of Design p60 ART 102 033 Oct 4 Dec 13 W | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
History of Furniture p60 INT 109 013 Nov 18 25 S | 9 am 3 pm Main $155
Interior Design Residential p61 INT 101 030 Oct 3 Nov 21 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
Kitchen Design p62 INT 122 014 Nov 4 S | 1 4:30 pm Main $75
Landscape Design p63 LAN 100 038 Sep 26 Nov 14 T | 7 9:30 pm Main $295
Photography I - Digital p68 PHO 101 085 Oct 11 Nov 15 W | 7 9 pm Main $195
* Energy Resources Research Building (Research Park), 3512 33 St NW

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Typography p75 ART 316 004 Sep 25 Dec 11 M | 6:30 9:30 pm Main $395
Wedding Photography 1 p76 PHO 123 004 Sep 27 Nov 15, W | 7 9 pm Main $270
and Nov 4 S | 10 am 4 pm

WRITING
conted.ucalgary.ca/writing

Non-Certificate
Courses in this section are taken for general interest only.

Course Title Details Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Creative Writing 1 p52 WRI 101 029 Sep 19 Nov 21 T | 6:30 9 pm Main $375 + GST
Correct and Clear! Grammar, Punctuation p52 WRI 205 001 Oct 24 26 TR | 8:30 am 4:30 pm DT $325 + GST
and Style Clinic NEW
002 Nov 16 Dec 14 R | 6 9 pm Main $325 + GST

Certificate
The following courses can be taken on their own or for credit toward one or more of the
following online certificate programs:
Creative Writing Professional Writing:
Specializing in Business and Technical Writing
Specializing in Marketing and Public Relations

SPECIAL OFFER: Receive a discount of 5 per cent per course by registering at the same time for
three or more courses. Register online or by calling 403.220.2866. Offer valid for courses that
start in the 2017/2018 academic year. This offer is valid for certificate courses only. This offer
does not apply to WRI 500 Creative Writing Final Project.

Course Title Page Course Section Dates Days and Times Campus Fee
Copy Editing and Proofreading p52 WRI 120 030 Sep 19 Nov 13 Online $575
Creative Writing Exploration p52 WRI 140 016 Sep 26 Nov 20 Online $575
Creative Writing Final Project p52 WRI 500 010 Sep 26 Dec 11 Online $995
Document Design p54 WRI 220 010 Sep 26 Nov 20 Online $575
Publishing and Promoting Your Work p70 WRI 330 007 Sep 19 Nov 13 Online $575
Strategic Writing for Public Relations p73 WRI 230 012 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $575
and Marketing
Technical Writing and Documentation p74 WRI 215 013 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $575
Writing a Novel: First Draft p76 WRI 460 006 Sep 19 Nov 13 Online $575
Writing Effective Online Content NEW
p76 WRI 350 001 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $575
Writing in the Workplace p76 WRI 150 016 Sep 12 Nov 20 Online $775
017 Sep 12 Dec 5 T | 6 9 pm DT $775
Writing Poetry p76 WRI 420 005 Sep 5 Oct 30 Online $575
Writing Well p76 WRI 110 027 Oct 3 Nov 27 Online $575

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Descriptions: Business Seminars
Business Seminars can be taken on their own or for credit toward the Certificate for
Emerging Leaders. See fall schedule on page 10. For winter and spring seminars,
go to conted.ucalgary.ca/seminars.

ACCOUNTING FOR NON- ASSERTIVENESS: CHOOSING BECOMING EMPOWERED


FINANCIAL MANAGERS THE RIGHT BALANCE THROUGH COACHING NEW
Shrinking budgets, fierce competition, Balanced assertiveness is like salt in We have all coached and been coached
along with limited time and resources a sauce; too much or too little leaves formally or informally. In most cases we
are realities for most businesses. To a bad taste in your mouth. In right can identify when these experiences
meet these challenges you require a measure, it is the perfect contribution have been pleasant or unpleasant,
basic understanding of accounting and harmonizer. Similarly, it is a effective or ineffective. However, how
and the type of information presented key success factor in business. By much time and energy do we put into
in financial statements. You need to becoming more aware of and sensitized identifying these aspects of coaching
evaluate financially how a new service or to our own reactions, judgments, and creating new practices to become
product might add value to the bottom aspirations and tendencies, we develop a better coach? Coaching begins with
line. You need to know why budgets 'presence.' This leads to increased awareness, and results in intentional
and cash flow are critical to marketing confidence, improved interpersonal action. Through this empowering
and planning activities, and what to capabilities, and better communication workshop, learn to accurately assess
do in order to avoid or manage cash and outcomes. We discover that where you are physically, emotionally
shortfalls. This seminar will help you balanced assertiveness is a choice. and mentally. From that starting
make decisions and allocate resources As leaders, it is a continuum we must point, identify what has kept you
to keep your organization ahead of the become comfortable navigating. from reaching your potential, and
competition. A better understanding of develop strategies to overcome those
financial statements will allow you to Topics challenges. In the process, learn
speak the financial language of decision how to apply these strategies to
Assertiveness in practice
makers and investors. You will gain both the development of others, thereby
a working knowledge of accounting Assertiveness and its application establishing and enhancing your
basics and greater financial literacy. and relevance to leadership leadership capabilities. In short, you will
be coached to become a better coach.
Balancing the blend of inquiry,
Topics
perspective and equanimity, to choose
Topics
Accounting terminology and engage our desired response
and conventions Identifying the elements of coaching
Explore a different way of thinking
The income statement, balance sheet, about strengths and weaknesses Appreciative Inquiry
and statement of cash flows and the effect that has on
Utilizing coaching dispositions
our experience with others
Financial statement analysis
Language awareness
The practice of presence:
Evaluating new business
perception + discernment = choice Emotional Intelligence
activities or investments
Mindful Change: a dynamic cycle Mindfulness
Cash flow forecasting
of attitudinal and behavioral
Engaging others in solutions
The difference between cash choice and change
flow and profitability Creating goals to enhance inspiration
Behavioural tendencies in self and
in self and others
Relationships between planning, others (DiSC and other behavioral
marketing and accounting or personality assessments) Positive Psychology
The budgeting process
COURSE: BUS 285 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST COURSE: BUS 288 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
Instructor: Janice Kobelsky, CMA, FCMA Instructor: Kirk Macdonald, NCC, ACC
COURSE: BUS 154 | 14 Hours | $649 + GST
Certificate for Emerging Leaders Certificate for Emerging Leaders
Instructor: Peggy L. Hedges, BSc, MBA, PhD
Topic Area: Personal Effectiveness Topic Area: Coaching
Certificate for Emerging Leaders
Topic Area: Professional Skills Find this course on page 10 Find this course on page 10

Find this course on page 10

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seminar descriptions

COACHING FOR QUALITY COACHING TO CONFIDENCE IN


PERFORMANCE DIFFERENT STYLES NEW COMMUNICATION
Today's rapidly changing workplace Why are some people more difficult Have you ever wished you had
requires that leaders operate as to coach or mentor than others? Why responded differently to a situation?
performance coaches, providing vision, does one person get motivated by Are there conversations to which
clear expectations, honest feedback, challenging work, while another gets you could have contributed, but
developmental opportunities and stressed out by it? Perhaps you've held back? This one-day seminar
recognition. Leadership practices that noticed that individual employees will help you examine what has
encourage employee commitment, respond differently to different types stopped you in the past, as well as
accountability, and empowerment are of instruction and feedback. Some may how to find the confidence you need
essential. Focus on practical coaching want specific directions and welcome to speak up in a timely, appropriate
strategies for quality performance. objective feedback, while others may way. It's time to change the way you've
Develop practical skills and take want just the opposite. The reality is communicated in the workplace or at
steps to enhance your leadership that you have a natural approach to home by building more confidence in
effectiveness. Create a plan to working with and coaching others. conversations. It's time to ask yourself
implement your learning at work. However, it's important to consider if you are in charge of your world, or if
how effective your coaching approach your world is in charge of you. It's time
Topics may be with employees of different to change your mind, and tap into your
styles. Develop strategies to coach unlimited strength.
The changing workplace: impact on
people with diverse styles. Using the
the leadership role, and assessing your
power of Everything DiSC, examine four Topics
leadership behaviour
behavioural styles. Leaders, managers
Leverage the gift of fear
Establishing and maintaining a and coaches will practise flexing and
coaching relationship and clarifying adjusting their coaching style so they Combine goal setting with the
performance expectations can more effectively delegate, motivate power of intention
and develop others.
Encouraging initiative, accountability, Gain skills in negotiating
innovation, and empowerment difficult conversations
Topics
Delegating to develop Benefit from mental preparation
Fundamental coaching
skills and capabilities and practice in communication
skills and principles
Focusing on strengths; Polish your professional presence
Why it is important to coach
managing weaknesses
to different styles Utilize risk evaluation and apply
Reinforcing quality results and the best response
Everything DiSC Styles and
providing feedback
the preferences and priorities Discover tactical breathing
Determining reasons for poor of your unique style and guided imagery
performance and handling
How to recognize other
problem performance COURSE: BUS 219 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
people's DiSC styles
Instructor: Lak Johal
Ensuring change and follow-through
How to flex and adapt your Certificate for Emerging Leaders
Handling the discipline process coaching style when directing and Topic Area: Communication
delegating to different styles
Using performance review for Find this course on page 10
development, and ensuring How to create a motivating
mutual input and discussion environment for different styles
in performance interviews
Obstacles and strategies in each
Assisting the troubled employee style's development process
Getting feedback from direct Advocating and getting buy-
reports on your leadership in from your manager

COURSE: BUS 155 | 21 Hours | $825 + GST COURSE: BUS 287 | 14 Hours | $699 + GST
Instructor: Donna Arvidson, MA, ACPEC Instructor: Lisa Holden-Rovers, MSc, CPHR, PCC
Certificate for Emerging Leaders Certificate for Emerging Leaders
Topic Area: Coaching Topic Area: Coaching

Find this course on page 10 Find this course on page 10

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CONQUERING YOUR FEAR CREATIVE CONFLICT CREATIVE NEGOTIATING
OF PUBLIC SPEAKING RESOLUTION: MAKING THE
Conflicts occur between management
MOST OF DIFFERENCES
Public speaking consistently ranks high and labour, buyer and seller, between
on top ten lists of our most common All organizations have conflict. Healthy colleagues, and frequently, between
fears, yet it is something many of us organizations encourage conflict managers in the same organization.
have to do in both our professional and and deal with it in a positive, creative Managers and employees may
personal lives. This seminar will provide manner to reap the benefits of new compete for financial and human
you with a safe, supportive, and non- ideas and improved relationships. This resources; they may be in conflict
judgmental environment for facing and one-day seminar can help you, and over the policies and goals of the
conquering your fears, or growing the your organization, develop a positive organization; or who has the authority
skills you already have. Learn the who, approach to conflict resolution. to make decisions. Negotiation is a
what, why, when, and how of public You will gain an understanding of method to resolve conflict to reach an
speaking as well as the importance how conflict affects individuals and agreement that benefits both sides
of language, delivery and visual aids. teams in the workplace. You will while recognizing that each side will
Take advantage of this opportunity to examine your approach to dealing protect its own self-interest. In this
practise your public speaking skills by with conflict at work, and you will be seminar, you will be introduced to the
doing two in-class presentations and introduced to, and assisted in, the Creative Negotiating approach and
mindfulness and awareness techniques development of alternative strategies. steps in the negotiating process.
that will allow you to quell any lingering This seminar will benefit anyone
panic you might feel. You will take the wanting to understand and deal as Topics
first steps in moving past paralysis and effectively as possible with conflict.
Hard, soft and creative negotiating;
into the pleasure that public speaking
What are the differences?
offers. Some homework between Topics
classes will be required. Principles of Creative Negotiating
Sources of conflict: organizational
dynamics and individual differences Steps in the negotiating process
Topics
Creative Conflict Resolution Model: Clarifying interests, issues
Types of speeches
steps to take in resolving conflict and positions
Preparation
Dealing with emotion, including Measuring the outcomes
Selecting a topic and purpose anger, in conflict situations of the negotiation
Analyzing the audience Essential communication skills for Power in the negotiating relationship
resolving conflict
Gathering materials Alternatives to negotiating
Using interests to develop creative
Supporting your ideas Communication skills in negotiating
solutions to conflict problems
Outlining and organizing your speech Dealing with your stakeholders
COURSE: BUS 112 | 7 Hours | $399 + GST
Presentation techniques
Instructor: Nadine Ryan-Bannerman, COURSE: BUS 275 | 7 Hours | $425 + GST
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CREATIVE CULTIVATING INNOVATION IN DEALING WITH THE


PROBLEM SOLVING YOUR ORGANIZATION DIFFICULT CONVERSATION
Solving repeating problems, offering Innovation continues to rank among The difficult conversation is stressful; it
creative solutions to address customer the top priorities for companies across feels like an invisible minefield. It could
needs and finding ways to use every industry. But, implementing be about telling someone that you are
resources more effectively have all operational and effective innovation upset; giving bad news; or telling your
become organizational imperatives. isn't easy. It requires strategies to manager, co-worker, or family member
The key to success is the ability to think encourage, access and develop ideas that they have done something that
better, faster, and more creatively. This in the first place, well before you reach distresses you. The problem with these
seminar will kick-start your creative the implementation stage. Discuss all difficult conversations is that we spend
thinking and help you magnify your aspects of innovation. Discover how more time worrying about them than
ability to innovate and create novel you can accelerate the efficiency and engaging in them. Consequently, we
solutions. Using a range of methods and success rate of innovation within your either 'blow it,' put the conversations off
techniques, you will explore a variety organization. Learn concepts that too long, or avoid them altogether. This
of approaches to develop your creative can be applied immediately to spur session presents ways to handle difficult
thinking. The course will help you incremental to radical innovation in discussions with skill and confidence.
gain confidence in your creativity and your organization. Case studies will be Learn an assertive, yet respectful
encourage you to access it and apply it explored to illustrate both successes method for discussing concerns with
in the workplace. and failures of innovation. others. This method works well for
giving constructive feedback, getting
Topics Topics your views heard in tense situations,
and encouraging others to change
The creativity imperative Structure your organization's
behaviour. Practise the method in a
grand challenges into specific
The idea generation process friendly environment using sample
problem statements
situations or your own challenges.
Building creative capacity
Identify and efficiently tap Build awareness of success factors and
Tools for innovation into sources for innovation bear-traps in difficult conversations,
gain tools for engaging in difficult
Creative problem-solving Design an efficient process to
conversations and develop greater
facilitate innovation
Coaching the creative process clarity about what not to say, as well as
Build and maintain a healthy what to say and how to say it and learn
COURSE: BUS 613 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST innovation portfolio how to change the behaviour of others
Instructor: Esther Hudson, BA BEd MAdEd, CPHR by what you say and do.
Integrate a strategic approach to
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Identify and overcome internal
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and external barriers to
innovation adoption Headspace talk for success
or sabotage
Create a culture within your
organization that fosters innovation Perspective: who and what
is this all about?
COURSE: BUS 612 | 21 Hours | $850 + GST
Success factors: before you begin,
Instructor: Bryan Helfenbaum, PEng, MBA
during, and after
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The model: walkthrough and practice
Topics from participants

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DEVELOPING HIGH DO LESS AND ACHIEVE EFFECTIVE WRITING
PERFORMANCE TEAMS MORE: ZONE OF OPTIMAL IN THE WORKPLACE
PERFORMANCE
Many factors can affect the From daily email demands to
performance of a team. Changes Traditionally, the zone has been seen reports and proposals, clear written
in team members, new leaders, as the domain of athletes, artists, communication is the common
reorganization, and new requirements scientists, and high-level corporate currency of the workplace. Invariably,
can all create pressure and result in achievers. Yet in today's new era of this communication takes place within
lower productivity, confusion and creativity and innovation, every leader a frenetic, fast-paced environment.
conflict. This seminar will provide the needs to be able to access his or her Many in the workforce find their
knowledge and skills required for both own zone of optimal performance communication demands increasing
leaders and team members to build and create environments for others to exponentially, yet have no in-house
and maintain high performance teams. do the same. Competitive advantage support. This workshop is designed
These are teams where results are comes from differentiation. It's not only to provide that support. In a friendly,
supported by effective team decision about what you do in the workplace but relaxed workshop environment, you
making and communication as well as how you do it. When you've got that will practise your writing and editing
individual accountability and alignment. edge, you shine. And that shine comes skills, addressing key issues surrounding
Learn how to diagnose your team's from your ability to stay energized. communication in the workplace.
functional ability and plan and deliver Instead of multi-tasking and becoming
focused improvement strategies. As a drained, focus on the vital actions Topics
result you will be able to put your team that really matter. Drawing on insights
How do I get started writing?
on the road to high performance and from brain and creativity research,
also develop your skill as a leader. sports psychology, and multi-media How can I speed up the writing
presentations, this seminar provides process?
Topics you with the knowledge and tools for
How can I become more flexible
managing your mind, resources, and
Review a high performance in the way I approach diverse
talents effectively to produce greater
team model writing challenges?
results in less time. Psychological
Fundamental leadership practices to research reveals that this state of flow Do I really need to understand
develop and maintain a productive is natural and leads to success. It's easy. grammar to become a better writer
and engaged team This seminar is spaced to allow for one at work?
day to apply knowledge and techniques
Team assessment tool to diagnose How do I make my writing as
learned in the 'zone lab.'
the dynamics of your team concise and clear as possible?
Team chartering tool to focus, Topics How can I confidently 'fix' sentences
align and engage your team that don't convey the meaning I
Leaders and teams in the zone
want them to convey?
Team challenges and strategies
Energy management to optimize your,
to address them How can I develop a written voice
and your team's, performance
that is appropriate for a number
COURSE: BUS 281 | 7 Hours | $395 + GST Core strategies for working smart, not of work-related situations?
Instructor: Esther Hudson, BA, BEd, MAdEd, CPHR hard (save one hour a day)
Is there an easy way to know what
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Identifying the vital few actions to punctuation would be appropriate in
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The art of focus: parallel-tasking What kinds of writing flaws
instead of multi-tasking to manage should I be looking for when I
multiple projects proofread my writing and the
written work of others?
Creativity techniques for generating
great ideas and solutions in a flash
COURSE: BUS 266 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
Instructor: Peter Duthie, MA
COURSE: BUS 109 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ENERGIZE YOUR FACILITATION SKILLS


WORKPLACE: INSPIRING
Emotional Intelligence (EI, EQ) is said Facilitators help other people resolve
AND MOTIVATING PEOPLE
to be two times more important than issues or improve processes. This
our intellectual intelligence (IQ) or "I have no idea how to motivate these workshop is designed to improve the
technical competence. Time Magazine people!" If you've uttered these words, skills of people who are facilitating
says: "IQ gets you hired but EQ gets you're in good company and can initiatives such as: the start-up of teams
you promoted." The terms of reference benefit from a program that addresses or project groups; regular meetings; the
about what constitutes personal and this challenge head-on. People want resolution of issues, such as conflict,
professional competence have changed. more from work and their workplaces. low productivity, or poor morale;
Today, we need to integrate intellectual Shifting values means that people planning of projects and complex tasks;
and emotional intelligence to make want to make a difference, experience team building; process improvement;
positive things happen in our lives, a high quality work life, engage group feedback meetings, and other
our families, and our organizations or their deepest energies in pursuit of similar types of sessions. Prior to
communities. Dr. June Donaldson's excellence at home and at work. They this workshop, questionnaires will
emotional intelligence model is called want great leadership, opportunities to be sent to participants to determine
Emotional SMARTS. It discusses the develop mastery, to feel respected and specific needs and issues to discuss.
A,B,C, and D of staying emotionally appreciated, and to work in a robust By gaining an understanding of the
smart; being grounded, centered, and community. They even want to have fun! mindset of a facilitator in contrast
focused, particularly during times to other leaders you will become
of change, challenge, conflict, and Topics more effective in your facilitation role.
uncertainty. 'A' relates to awareness This seminar will help you sharpen or
What is an energized workplace?
skills; 'B,' behaviours; 'C,' contact or acquire basic facilitation skills, and
connection skills; and 'D,' decision- Six expectations of today's employees increase your confidence through
making all critical life and work skills practice and feedback. Through
Are you an authentic and
and competencies. facilitation clinics, you will learn
compelling leader?
approaches to difficult situations.
Topics Inspiration versus motivation: What's
the difference and why does it matter? Topics
Emotional SMARTS in terms of
how you manage yourself and Start with why: Uncover personal The role of the facilitator and how it
your interactions with others reasons for showing up everyday changes in different situations
Four Emotional SMARTS Three keys to inspirational Basic tools for facilitation
cornerstones that form the foundation workplaces and leaders
Use of structured tools for process
of emotional intelligence and
Practical strategies to create an improvement, decision making,
wellness
energized workplace improving quality, and other tasks
Individual performance in the 16
Ways to build and sustain Facilitating the startup of teams
characteristics that underpin the
personal energy
four cornerstones Facilitating conflict resolution
Four pathways to building
Skills and competencies to enhance Prevention of problems as a basic
inspirational cultures
one's Emotional SMARTS, both facilitation approach
personally and professionally Creating positive energy
Dealing with problems
Build relationships and connection once they occur
COURSE: BUS 127 | 7 Hours | $409 + GST
Instructor: Dr. June Donaldson, MBA, EdD, Recognition, appreciation
COURSE: BUS 134 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
Mediator/Arbitrator and significance
Instructor: George Campbell, BComm, MA (Adult Ed)
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FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FUNDAMENTALS GET ORGANIZED!
AND PLANNING FOR NON- OF SUPERVISION IMPROVE YOUR WORKFLOW
FINANCIAL MANAGERS AND BOOST YOUR
This seminar examines the positions
PRODUCTIVITY
This two-day seminar introduces of manager/supervisor, and views
managers and other professionals the manager's functions as vital to Keeping up with constant demands on
to the basic components of financial the overall growth and effectiveness your time, attention and energy takes
literacy, and to the measures of financial of the organization. The manager's its toll. The typical office worker will
health and value creation. The focus abilities form a central hub of activity experience up to 170 interactions or
is on interpreting, understanding and within the organization, often dealing distractions per day and has a backlog
projecting financial statements, and with these less tangible factors that of 200-300 hours of incomplete
project valuations. Cases, exercises strongly reflect corporate success. This work. Many are overwhelmed by too
and real life examples will be used seminar provides participants with an many responsibilities, emails and
throughout this seminar. Course understanding of managing, as well interruptions. Multi-tasking in an effort
content is based on the assumption as a positive way of evaluating and to stay afloat never allows people to
that participants have some monitoring their own performance, step off this treadmill long enough
exposure to finance and accounting productivity, and effectiveness. to get organized. Instead, they try to
in the private sector. (Only private Lectures, discussions, role-playing, solve everything by working faster and
sector finance will be covered.) and case syndicate activities will be longer in a world that shows no signs
used. Participants will experiment with of slowing down. Effective workflow
Topics leadership approaches and receive is about the art of choices, actions,
feedback. Participants will be required attention and energy, balanced with
Financial statement
to complete an INSIGHTS Discovery a workflow system that will support
interrelationships
Instrument prior to the course. you as you navigate through the day.
Sources and uses of cash This seminar offers strategies and
Topics solutions to eliminate productivity
EBITDA, return on equity and
roadblocks, leading to better self-
other returns on investment Managerial/supervisory roles required
management and productivity.
for organizational success
Liquidity and leverage
risk measures/ratios Developing managerial and Topics
supervisory skills to increase
Break-even analysis Self-evaluation in 11 key
staff productivity
areas of productivity
Discounted cash flows
Developing interpersonal skills
Designing a workflow system
Shareholder value created
Managing group performance to manage files both paper and
electronic
COURSE: BUS 120 | 14 Hours | $649 + GST Effective leadership styles (includes
Instructor: Peggy Hedges, BSc, MBA, PhD evaluation of leadership styles of Creating a task management
Certificate for Emerging Leaders participants through confidential and system
Topic Area: Professional Skills personal feedback)
Taming the chaos in your Inbox
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Best practices for better
to establish rules
work habits
Motivation and leadership
Self care and how it affects
in combination
personal productivity
Performance management
COURSE: BUS 270 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
Self-concept and the importance
Instructor: Georgina Forrest, CPO
of positive reinforcement
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GETTING THINGS DONE GOOD WRITING IMPLEMENTING CHANGE


THROUGH INFLUENCE IS GOOD BUSINESS
Increasingly, today's organizations
Discover the power of strategic Writing is a necessary skill in nearly are running lean and mean, and
influence, with or without the power of every job. Most of us didn't go to school creating the kind of environment that
position. Learn the principles of ethical to become writers, but we often spend necessitates frequent change. Many
influence. Return to your workplace 40% of our work day writing email organizational changes do not succeed.
with greater confidence in your messages, reports and proposals. In this While some people are energized and
leadership and influencing ability. seminar, you will learn practical, easy- motivated by change, others don't
to-apply tips and tricks for effective embrace change at all. This workshop
Topics business writing. You will develop the offers an approach and tools and
skills required to write effectively: know templates to plan for and implement
Defining your objectives. What do
your audience; define your purpose; more effectively the people side of
you want to make happen?
deliver crisp, concise communication; organizational change, leading to more
Effective influencing skills, with and get results using various types of business and professional success. This
or without legitimate 'power' documents. You will be able to apply course is best suited to people planning
these techniques in everyday writing, for an upcoming change or desiring a
Establishing effective networks
whether you are writing email messages practical introduction to the tools of
Identifying and developing or complex technical reports. change management.
strategic allies
Topics Topics
Getting others on-side
Planning and organizing documents Understanding the nature of
Creating an exchange framework
change size, scope, complexity
to facilitate adoption of your Writing clear and concise documents
and people impacts
ideas and initiatives that get results - quickly
Tools for assessing the change:
Strategies for partnering with Brushing up on grammar to avoid the
readiness and impact
your boss ten most distracting writing errors
Assessing sponsorship for your change
What to do when influencing Using a five-step editing
doesn't work checklist to catch mistakes Helping people be ready, willing
before you click Send or Print and able to implement change
COURSE: BUS 138 | 7 Hours | $399 + GST
Measuring program success
Instructor: Fred Jacques, PhD, CPHR COURSE: BUS 258 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
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INTEGRATIVE LISTENING: LEADING YOURSELF AND LEADING WITH CONFIDENCE
THE LEADERS EDGE OTHERS THROUGH CHANGE AND COURAGE
Listening is the cornerstone of effective While organizations have spent a Tap into your inner intelligence! And
communication, and is a core practice great deal of time on the project leave this highly experiential workshop
of leadership that helps us engage, implementation side of change, they strongly grounded in your confidence
encourage and lead people. Integrative still struggle with the human element. as a leader. Imagine having the courage
listening is more than active listening, Organizational restructuring, company to navigate shifting parameters, difficult
and goes beyond hearing or rephrasing. mergers and acquisitions, technology situations and multiple priorities in
The goal and the leader's responsibility implementations, software upgrades, a dynamic and compelling manner.
is to achieve and sustain integrity process improvements and other big Discover the relationship between
defined literally as completeness changes in the workplace can result intent and impact. Learn and practise
through skillful listening. It requires in unforeseen problems, as well as productive communication skills and
an outer or strategic leadership focus, frustration, confusion and tension practical tools that will prepare you
which is about being able to listen in among staff. Recognizing that change is for powerful conversations. You will be
the context of the larger picture, other an inevitable part of today's workplace, introduced to strategies to accelerate
dynamics, desired results, productivity, this seminar is an opportunity to trust in your workplace relationships,
and performance. This seminar is based discuss change and the best road to and enhance the congruency of your
on the premise that each and every successful outcomes. The focus will be leadership presence. You will also
encounter requires us to listen all over on minimizing the negative effects of explore five modes for dealing with
again with a clear and unencumbered change. You will walk away from this conflict, and increasing your self-
focus. Learn to facilitate leadership seminar equipped with new tools and awareness and understanding around
through listening; to understand strategies to help you plan, implement your preferred method. Think about and
listening as a foundational leadership and reinforce your next change effort, come prepared to discuss your real-life
skill for engagement, empowerment, greatly improving your chances for situations and challenges. You will have
productivity and inspired accountability. smooth and successful change. the opportunity to prepare to deal with
these and will leave the workshop with
Topics Topics an action and accountability plan.
Exploring listening behaviours Types of change
Topics
Multi-dimensionality of listening Change models
Learn and practise effective
'Speed-of-life' tools and strategies to Components of successful communication skills
enhance integrative listening skills change initiatives
Explore ways to accelerate trust
Improving listening effectiveness Building resilience during change
Discover and practise some key
Facilitating leadership Planning and implementing successful dispositions of leaders
through listening change initiatives
Practical tools that can help you
Techniques to identify and minimize prepare for powerful conversations
COURSE: BUS 279 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
resistance to change
Instructor: Janice Kobelsky, CMA, FCMA The relationship between
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Learn your preferred method
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COURSE: BUS 267 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
increase your self-awareness and
Instructors: Dasa Chadwick, MA, CPHR, and
understanding of these issues
Nicole Tsui, BA, CPHR
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MASTERING WORK AND MEETING THE CHALLENGE MENTAL TOUGHNESS:


LIFE SATISFACTION OF LEADERSHIP TRAINING FOR SUCCESS
Balancing home and work life is the Based on the concept that leadership Every business needs people who are
number one human resource issue. We comes from the person not the talented, driven, and mentally tough.
are all looking for the same thing position this seminar focuses on Research shows that mental toughness
success at work and success at home. developing the leader in you. Using a is the key to confidence, motivation,
Is it possible? This seminar will help you practical and widely used model that and success any time your life gets
decrease the burden of stress and guilt, is founded on the philosophy that any difficult. Have you wondered how to
become more focused and committed individual at any level occupying any remain persistent and confident when
to your important goals and values, and position in any organization can be a adversity hits? How to cope effectively
magnify the satisfaction and fulfillment leader, you will explore both the nature when others are treating you poorly?
you get from both home and work and practice of leadership. You will How to motivate yourself to take action
life. You will leave with insights, skills identify your strengths as a leader, learn on critical tasks? How to always perform
and strategies to be more productive, the five key practices of successful great in presentations and meetings?
effective, confident, courageous, leadership, and focus on continued Mental toughness practices enable
enthusiastic and motivated in your life. development. There will be an emphasis you to master yourself mentally and
on building self-confidence and emotionally. Learn how to become your
Topics applying your learning to your day-to- own success coach so you can get the
day professional life. results you want in your job or life.
Personal assessment:
overwhelmed and exhausted?
Topics Topics
Attention is your greatest resource:
The nature of leadership, The components of self-mastery
notice how you pay attention
and the difference between and mental toughness
Top five regrets at the end of life management and leadership
How to diagnose a challenge
Focus on what matters: get clear The five key leadership practices: so you can conquer it
on values, legacy and personal Model the Way, Inspire a Shared
How to create unshakable confidence
meaning of success Vision, Challenge the Process,
when you need it the most
Enable Others to Act, and
Three keys to real fulfillment at
Encourage the Heart How to conquer adversity
work and at home
Practical applications of the How to motivate yourself to
Strategies to find more contentment,
five key practices take action on critical tasks
calm and connection in a day
Approaches and tools to How to perform flawlessly in high
Bookends on your day... How you
ensure open and effective pressure presentations and meetings
open and close your day matters
interpersonal communication
How to persevere through extremely
Tools for living in the moment
Strategies for enabling and rewarding difficult or boring work situations
Ways to recover in a day and build effective behaviour in others
deeper resilience COURSE: BUS 130 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
Leading with integrity to
Instructor: Lisa Brown, BA, MA
How to stay in 'the zone' promote both personal and
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Honest conversations: setting Topic Area: Personal Effectiveness
boundaries and saying no A personal-best leadership
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Importance of intense focus
and deep recovery
COURSE: BUS 140 | 14 Hours | $625 + GST
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MENTORING SKILLS OVERVIEW OF POWER AND SCIENCE
STRATEGIC PLANNING OF COACHING
Best-in-class organizations embrace
mentoring as an important part of "If you don't know where you're going, Discover how you can inspire and
their culture. Mentoring has proven you'll probably end up someplace else." empower others to reach their full
to be extremely effective in engaging This well-known saying illustrates why potential by combining powerful
employees, recognizing and developing organizations need strategic plans. coaching skills with new lessons
their potential and building learning Strategic plans guide and map the from the emerging field of positive
capacity. In this interactive and desired future for organizations. In psychology, and from the field of
experiential workshop, be introduced this seminar, learn the basic concepts applied neuroscience. This highly
to a mentoring model that incorporates and processes involved in strategic interactive workshop is designed for
coaching skills and strategies designed planning, understand why strategic those who want to know more about
to enhance your mentoring presence. planning is essential for the success the growing trend toward coaching,
Explore and practise these skills in a of an organization, and realize that are motivated to develop their own
safe environment, using real situations the key to making the plan work is a coach-like skills, and who are curious
from your workplace. Leave with an commitment to implementation. about exciting research-based evidence
understanding of what mentoring is, on positivity and happiness. You will
and is not, having gained confidence in Topics leave knowing how to better engage
utilizing the skills required to establish others in maximizing their gifts
What is strategic planning?
and maintain an effective mentoring and talents, and you will also leave
relationship. Focusing on both those Difference between a vision knowing more about yourself and
receiving mentorship and those in the and a mission how you choose to view your world.
mentor role, you will be guided on how
How organizations develop a
to establish the relationship and how to Topics
vision and a mission
develop and excel within it.
Distinguishing between coaching,
Importance of defining
mentoring, consulting and training
Topics organizational values
Essential coach-like skills including
A mentoring model for success Gathering information
asking powerful questions, listening
for a strategic plan
The difference between your attentively, creating awareness
mentor's hat, and the other Deciding what to do and how in others and helping others to
hats that you wear to do it make plans and take action
The benefits of mentoring and How organizations determine Basic principles of positive
some possible traps strategic objectives psychology
The role of coaching skills in Importance of implementing Using positive psychology tools and
successful mentoring: Listening, your strategic plan techniques for increased personal
Curiosity, Powerful Questions awareness and satisfaction
COURSE: BUS 257 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
Acknowledgement Helping others increase their
Instructor: Kim VanKosh. BSc, PEng, MBA
and championing own awareness and positivity
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Some dos and don'ts approach and applied neuroscience
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Practice a coach approach for
COURSE: BUS 244 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
implementation immediately back at
Instructors: Maureen Motter-Hodgson, BEd, MEd,
work, and in other areas of your life
CPCC, and Carolyn Poole, BSc, CPCC, CCMC, PCC
Certificate for Emerging Leaders
COURSE: BUS 212 | 14 Hours | $619 + GST
Topic Area: Building Relationships
Instructor: Kara Exner BA, MCEd, CPCC, PCC
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Topic Area: Coaching

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STRESS LESS: MANAGING SUCCESSION PLANNING: THE DECISIVE LEADER


WHATS ON YOUR MIND DEVELOPING LEADERS
Making decisions is one of the main
FROM WITHIN
Do you have headaches, or tight neck functions of a leader, and the quality of
and shoulders? Do you feel anxious, Succession planning. Is your those decisions is one of the primary
irritable and frustrated at home or at organization prepared? Does your ways a leader's effectiveness is judged.
work? Do you use caffeine and other organization have the leadership It is common for leaders to panic
habits to cope with everyday demands? capacity it needs to succeed in the and either rush into a poor decision
Are you lashing out at others, or future? What is the leadership legacy or become paralyzed and not make
conversely, withdrawing from your you are trying to create to ensure one at all. The Question, Factors,
life? If you have answered yes to any your organization is a great place to Options, Planning (QFOP(TM)) model
of these questions, or would like to work? Is your organization having for decision making is simple to use
prevent these and other threats to meaningful conversations about your and provides a framework to make
your wellness, you will benefit from current and future talent needs? If better decisions. Learn how to use the
this session. Thriving in uncertain and any of these questions make you model by working through examples,
demanding times takes a concentrated pause, you should consider that all then discuss how to communicate
effort. You must learn how to control of the top companies (those with the decisions to your supervisor or team.
stress. Managing stress is no longer a best succession planning practices) Both deliberate and rapid decisions
soft skill. It is critical to your optimal agree that a succession program will will be covered, as well as how to
performance at home or in the office. result in extensive long-term benefits. ensure lessons are incorporated
Organizations that are able to develop from previous similar decisions. As
Topics the talent within have a stronger a leader give yourself the best
company culture and more engaged, possible chance to make decisions
Choosing healthy coping strategies
loyal employees. that are as good as they can be.
and eliminating unhealthy strategies
Negative and positive dialogue Topics Topics
Goals and action plans Succession planning and career An introduction to decision making
development; the link to success
Relationship dynamics Differences between good
Talent review process and and bad decisions
Physical, emotional and behavioural
identifying the talent pool
indicators of stress Question, Factors, Options, Decision
Competencies and assessment criteria (QFOP) model for decision-making
Balancing the stresses of varying
perspectives with utilizing them to Organizational and leadership culture Quick decision-making model
propel relationships forward to support employee engagement
Case study and live example
Journaling to manage anxiety
COURSE: BUS 274 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST Presenting your decisions to others
Conflict resolution management Instructor: Janice Sharlow, MHRD, CPHR
After action review process how
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Topic Area: Professional Skills
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COURSE: BUS 284 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
Leadership qualities that can
Instructor: Stuart Carver, DSO, MA
alleviate stress reactions
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Topic Area: Professional Skills
COURSE: BUS 207 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
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TIME MANAGEMENT UNDERSTANDING AND WRITING WINNING
DEVELOPING YOUR UNIQUE PROPOSALS
It is often difficult to devote sufficient
ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
time to the duties and responsibilities Are you unsure of how to create an
of one's job. This seminar is designed Organizational culture is a key factor effective proposal? As a consultant or
to provide a portfolio of practical in sustainable profitability and vendor, you must submit a proposal
techniques for organizing your time unmatched long-term performance that is focused on delivering what the
to yield better results in the same for all successful companies. It is client needs. You want to be selected
amount of time, or the same results a tried and true fact that when an to solve the client's problem or provide
in less time. Participants will analyze organization has a winning culture, the product. In this hands-on workshop,
their own time management problems, it is reflected in its people and their you will learn how to dissect a Request
participate in experiential learning performance. Yet, as a leader dedicated for Information (RFI), Request for
exercises that highlight effective time to continuous improvement, building Proposals (RFP) or Request for
management techniques, and learn such a culture takes a commitment to Quotations (RFQ) to craft a winning
specific approaches to solving time fine tuning organizational awareness, proposal. You will learn the key aspects
management problems. strategic thinking, and change- of every successful proposal, and you
leadership skills. Develop a deeper will develop a proposal in response to
Topics understanding of culture and how to an RFP. You'll leave the workshop with
design and maintain it with effective tips, tools and techniques for creating
How are you spending your time?
work and people structures and winning proposals. At the end of this
Sharing of time management systems. Learn how to diagnose your seminar, you will be able to understand
problems personal, group and organizational the difference between RFP, RFI and
cultures, and develop strategies to RFQ; develop an RFP compliance
Analysis of time allocation
optimize your personal performance checklist; create themes to support your
General approaches to better within the group and organizational proposal; develop stories or examples
time management structure context of your workplace. that prove your ability to meet the
client's needs, and know the common
Telephones
Topics sections in a proposal.
Meetings
Relationship between organizational
Topics
Interruptions culture, performance and results
Types of proposals: Sales, Grants,
Specific approaches to Internal and external branding:
Research, Solicited and Unsolicited
specific problems developing and leveraging brand to
increase effectiveness and profitability Development of your proposal:
Implementation
Planning, Pitching, Proposing
Organizational culture assessment
and Follow-up
COURSE: BUS 111 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
Design and implement a process
Instructor: Robert A. Schulz, PhD Templates for proposals
of culture development
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Professional writing skills
Topic Area: Professional Skills
COURSE: BUS 605 | 7 Hours | $375 + GST
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Certificate for Emerging Leaders Instructor: Julie Vouri, BSc, MBA
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Topic Area: Professional Skills
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course descriptions

Descriptions: Courses
Following are courses offered in the Fall Session, including descriptions and prerequisites.
For dates and delivery formats, see course schedules starting on page 6.

Please note: Many of these courses ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY ACCIDENT THEORY AND
are offered online. Before taking Have you ever wondered what causes INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
your first UCalgary Continuing schizophrenia? Did you know that there Understanding accident theory and
Education online course, you may are hundreds of different phobias? the incident investigation process
be required to take the 10-hour Do you understand the difference are essential in determining why
course, BMC 352 Learning Online. between normal personality traits workplace incidents occur and how to
If your selected course is in the and a personality disorder? In this prevent re-occurrences. By providing
Creative Writing or Professional introduction to the study of abnormal categories of causes, accident theory
Writing Certificates, BMC 352 psychology, gain basic knowledge of helps explain how accidents are
Learning Online is a core course, psychological disorders, their diagnoses caused. Incident investigation answers
and therefore required. If you have and treatment. Discuss anxiety the: who, what, why, when, where
previously taken online courses disorders, somatic and dissociative and how so that re-occurrences can
through other schools, you can disorders, mood disorders, personality be prevented. Through examples
apply for a prerequisite waiver. For disorders, psychosis and schizophrenia. and case studies, gain an overview
more information, see page 4. Also, review briefly the history of of the most important theories, their
mental health. strengths and weaknesses, and how
to select the best model and best
COURSE: HUM 547 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST
methods for each investigation.
A FIRST ENCOUNTER WITH Find this course on page 20
QUANTUM MYSTERIES Prerequisite: BMC 104 Health and Safety
The 20th Century was a time of Management Systems: The Basics
profound changes in our understanding ABSTRACT PAINTING 1
COURSE: BMC 201 | 30 Hours | $550
of the physical world. While Einsteins Examine various forms of abstract
Find this course on page 15
Theory of Relativity challenged our painting through the study of painting
established notions of space, time and techniques, colour theory, formal
gravitation, the Quantum Revolution critique, concepts and ideas. Explore
ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS
opened our eyes to a world of the history of abstract art and its
Gain an understanding of financial
mysterious phenomena and apparent relationship to design, interior design,
accounting principles and practices as
paradoxesones that we have no photography and art theory. In addition,
you go through the full accounting cycle
choice but to accept and make sense a visual vocabulary of abstraction will
of recording business transactions,
of! In this course you will have a first be developed that is unique unto itself.
making adjustments and final closing
taste of counterintuitive mysteries and
COURSE: ART 323 | 30 Hours | $395 entries. Topics include internal controls
paradoxes. These include quantum
Find this course on pages 8, 30 and cash, receivables, property,
superposition wave-particle duality,
merchandising, plant and equipment,
spooky coincidences between twin
goodwill and intangible assets. Learn
particles living far apart, and many
ACCESSORIZING INTERIORS how to read financial statements,
other mind-bending phenomena.
Accessorizing a home expresses calculate financial ratios and apply this
Bring your commonsense notions and
individual style. In this hands-on class, knowledge to management problems
watch them crumble under the weight
learn how to approach accessorizing and decision-making.
of weird quantum phenomena!
with confidence. You will apply the
COURSE: BMC 162 | 40 Hours | $595
COURSE: FIF 622 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST fundamentals of interior design to
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Find this course on page 22 assess a space and successfully install
accessories and accessory treatments for
a fabulous look. From rugs to lighting,
from artwork to books, explore how to
bring a room to life through the creative
and exciting world of accessories.
COURSE: INT 115 | 15 Hours | $225
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ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR ADULTS AS LEARNERS AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT:
Discover the essential features of Adobe Explore the teaching and learning THE BASICS
Illustrator including: core drawing transaction, from the learner's Learn the fundamentals of Agile
and shape tools, transformation and perspective, by researching and Project Management (APM) and how
reshaping features, text manipulation, reflecting on both the current literature it differs from traditional project
and the pen tool. This course is for and your own experiential understanding management approaches. This seminar
individuals with no prior knowledge of how adults learn. Come prepared to will provide an overview of major
or experience with Illustrator. learn about yourself as a learner and to APM methodologies such as Scrum
develop new sensitivities to the diversity and dynamic systems development
COURSE: ICT 437 | 30 Hours | $825
in styles and needs through interaction method (DSDM) and how to choose
Find this course on pages 12, 30
with your classmates and the instructor. the best approach for projects in
your organization. Content is geared
COURSE: ADL 106 | 40 Hours | $625
to participants who have some
ADOBE INDESIGN Find this course on page 7
understanding of traditional project
Discover the essential capabilities of
management and want to develop or
InDesign by learning the workspace and
expand their skills to include APM.
features. Create rich layouts and multi- ADVENTURES IN ANCIENT
column pages. Learn to combine text PHILOSOPHY: THE GREEKS COURSE: BMC 348 | 7.5 Hours | $385
and graphics, including vector graphics AND ROMANS NEW Find this course on page 26
from Illustrator and raster images from Explore the basic arguments that
Photoshop. This course is for those challenged ancient philosophers in their
who want to produce high quality struggle to address important questions ALCOHOL AND DRUGS
documents for digital and print media. of their time. How is the physical world IN THE WORKPLACE NEW
organized? What are the substance(s) Impairment of workers from alcohol
COURSE: ICT 578 | 30 Hours | $875
that everything is made of? Is the and drugs is a major issue in todays
Find this course on page 12
universe consistent or in a constant workplace. This issue can negatively
state of change? How do things come impact organizations, workers and
to be? What, if anything, do we their families, finances, productivity,
ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
know for sure? How might we obtain client relations, public image, and more.
Examine the essential capabilities of
knowledge? What is virtue? How does Learn to navigate the evolving legal and
Photoshop, from correcting colour
one be virtuous? What sort of life is social implications of alcohol and drug
to retouching portraits, navigation,
best for me to live? Should I fear death? abuse in the workplace. Gain invaluable
resolution, cropping, selecting, printing,
Discuss the contributions to philosophy, hands-on practice applying strategies
and making web graphics. This course
over more than 600 years, by important to address and manage alcohol and
is suitable for individuals with no prior
and influential philosophers of ancient drugs in the workplace, from policy and
knowledge of Photoshop.
Greece and Rome including Thales, program development to implementing
COURSE: ICT 436 | 30 Hours | $825 Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus, and maintaining an organizational
Find this course on pages 12, 30 and Democritus. impairment management program.
COURSE: FIF 248 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST COURSE: BMC 363 | 30 Hours | $550
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ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
ADVANCED
Explore the advanced application
techniques that Adobe Photoshop
offers including: creating special
effects, advanced layer techniques,
professional portrait retouching,
designing with multiple images, working
with 3D images, creating Webpage
navigation, wireframing and making GIF
animations. This course is designed for
those intermediate to advanced-level
users who want to further their skills.
COURSE: ICT 664 | 30 Hours | $875
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APPLIED NATUROPATHIC ART HISTORY AND AUDITING OF HSE


NUTRITION FOR YOUR HEALTH APPRECIATION 1 MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Do you know that sugar can lower This introduction to central themes and AND COMPLIANCE
your immune system for up to five major period styles in the history of Auditing is a management tool used
hours after consuming it? Do you know Western Art explores the leading visual by organizations to verify that the
what foods are best if you have low sources from Prehistoric Art and Art organization is meeting its external
energy? Poor digestion? Or a sluggish of Antiquity to the early Middle Ages. and internal obligations with regards to
metabolism? Designed for health- Follow-up courses are offered. health, safety and the environment. It is
seekers who crave applied knowledge an essential element of a management
COURSE: ART 301 | 20 Hours | $295
in naturopathic theory-based holistic system and a primary driver of continual
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nutrition, this course looks at these improvement. The course explores the
topics and more. Discuss primary processes and procedures for various
concepts such as detoxification, types of environmental health and
ASSERTING YOURSELF
inflammation, fatigue and immune safety audits, with an emphasis on
IN CONFLICT SITUATIONS
support, and view demonstrations that auditing of regulatory compliance.
This course addresses assertiveness
focus on recipes and ingredients that
in a variety of challenging situations COURSE: BMC 281 | 30 Hours | $550
improve one's wellbeing.
and gives you opportunities to practise Find this course on pages 14, 15
COURSE: HUM 542 | 12 Hours | $245 + GST improving and maintaining an assertive
Find this course on pages 20, 22 style under pressure. Whether you
are negotiating an important issue, BATHROOM AND
expressing your thoughts and feelings KITCHEN DESIGN
ARABIC 1 in a conflict or standing firm under The en suite and kitchen are the top
Emphasis is on conversation, with pressure, the ability to assert yourself two selling features in homes today.
some reading and writing. Learn is crucial to reaching outcomes that Join in the process of designing
basic communication skills and work for you. In conflict situations, it fantastic bathrooms and kitchens while
Arabic grammar, the alphabet, can be especially difficult to maintain considering function and aesthetics by
Arabic script, the Arabic phonetic an assertive stance rather than learning how to space plan. Two field
system, and basic information about overreacting or selling yourself short. trips are included for hands on learning.
Arabic culture and customs. This is ideal learning for those who want
COURSE: PDS 004 | 14 Hours | $445
a wealth of practical information and
COURSE: ARA 101 | 20 Hours | $265 + GST Find this course on page 12
techniques to help with bathroom and
Find this course on page 19
kitchen design.
ASSESSMENT PRACTICE IN COURSE: INT 123 | 20 Hours | $295
ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY CAREER DEVELOPMENT Find this course on pages 17, 30
OF ANCIENT PERU Learn to skillfully manage the
Where the majestic Andes Mountains assessment process, as you master
separate Amazon jungles from developing client profiles that describe BIOLOGY 1
barren Pacific shores there was once relevant interests, skills, values and This is the first of two courses designed
a pageantry of vibrant cultures that other personal factors. Emphasis to prepare you for university entrance.
vanished long before Europeans arrived. is on using a variety of assessment Through the study of biology (life and
Why did the ancient Andeans practise techniques and guiding the client living systems) learners are given an
human sacrifice and hold ritual battles through the key steps in the career opportunity to explore and understand
ending in the agonizing deaths of planning process as well as providing the natural world through the themes
nobles? Why did they build the Nazca support for the career action plan. of diversity, energy, equilibrium, matter
Lines giant ground drawings on and systems. The major units developed
COURSE: ADL 212 | 30 Hours | $525
the desert surface? What was the real in this course include energy and
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purpose of 'erotic' art? Covering 3,000 matter in the biosphere, ecosystem and
years of Peruvian prehistory, examine population change, photosynthesis and
how cultures reveal their natural and cellular respiration, and human systems.
supernatural worlds through art and
Prerequisite: Science 10
architecture, and how people who
engaged in dire rituals left an artistic COURSE: UPG 110 | 39 Hours | $475
legacy unsurpassed in the ancient world. Find this course on page 6

COURSE: HUM 104 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST


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BIOLOGY 2 BUSINESS AND LEADERSHIP
This is the second of two courses FOR HSE PROFESSIONALS
designed to prepare you for university Health, safety and environment
entrance. Through the study of professionals need to understand:
biology (life and living systems) the way their businesses work; the
learners are given an opportunity management system and the roles of
to explore and understand the managers; the work of management
natural world through the themes in planning, organizing, leading and
of diversity, energy, equilibrium, controlling work; organizational change,
matter and systems. The major units and how to deal with it. Further, they
developed in this course are; nervous must be a skilled and competent trainer,
and endocrine systems; reproduction and have a proper understanding
and development; cell division, of training methods, curriculum
genetics and molecular biology; and development and evaluation. Discuss
population and community dynamics. the key aspects of organizational
behaviour and business administration
Prerequisite: Biology 20, or Biology I
necessary to be an effective HSE
COURSE: UPG 210 | 39 Hours | $475 professional in today's workplace.
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Prerequisite: BMC 104 Health and Safety
Management Systems: The Basics

BUILDING YOUR COURSE: BMC 213 | 40 Hours | $630


COMMUNICATION TOOLBOX Find this course on page 15
Focus intensively on communication
theory and skills that are the building
blocks of mediating, negotiating or BUSINESS FINANCE
resolving interpersonal conflict. Skills Examine the key areas of business
are demonstrated and then you will finance: discounted cash flow analysis,
have the opportunity to practise in valuation procedures, capital budgeting,
short exercises involving conflict cost of capital, leasing, capital structure
The instructors were situations. Specific skills include of the firm, financial rate analysis,
outstanding and non-defensive listening, questioning, and preparation of proforma financial
reframing and assertive speaking. statements. Emphasis is on capital
always supportive. I
structure decisions that affect the
would recommend COURSE: PDS 173 | 14 Hours | $445
financial management of the firm.
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UCalgary Continuing Attention is given to the financial
Education to anyone environment in which Canadian firms
operate; its major institutional aspects;
looking for an BUSINESS ANALYSIS
sources and forms of external financing;
enjoyable and valuable PLANNING
and trends and changes in financial
This course teaches students the
learning experience." foundational concepts and processes to
market conditions.
plan out and monitor business analysis Prerequisites: BMC 205 Business Management,
Raafat El-Hacha. Graduate.
activities for a project. Students will and BMC 162 Accounting Fundamentals
Certificate for Emerging learn why planning is important, how to
COURSE: BMC 103 | 40 Hours | $595
Leaders. evaluate the project scope, determine
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the activities and deliverables required
for the business analysis work, create
an overall strategy, and execute against
the plan and monitor progress.
COURSE: ICT 227 | 30 Hours | $825
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BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CARAVAN CITIES CELLPHONE PHOTOGRAPHY NEW


INTRODUCTION OF ANTIQUITY Despite the suggestion that they are
This course introduces students Explore the meteoric rise, development not real cameras, cellphones allow
to the concepts, practices and and collapse of the great "Caravan people to photograph, edit and share
tools used to successfully deploy Cities" of antiquity the Sabaeans compelling images in a matter of
business intelligence projects. (Marib) of South Arabia; the Nabataeans seconds. By applying fundamental
Emphasis will be given to people (Petra) of North Arabia; the Gerasenes photographic principles, fully
and processes with an introduction (Jerash), Palmyrenes (Palmyra) and exploiting the functionality of the
to the technologies involved. Durenes (Dura-Europos) of Syria cellphone camera, and using common
and Palestine and the role that applications, learn how to push your
COURSE: ICT 700 | 30 Hours | $975
caravan commerce played in their cellphone camera to its fullest potential.
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history. We will delve into mysterious
COURSE: PHO 126 | 6 Hours | $120 + GST
legends, biblical traditions, and
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archaeological research to unravel
BUSINESS INVESTMENT
the interactions these cities had
ATTRACTION
with ancient civilizations, especially
Learn key concepts related to business CFA LEVEL I REVIEW SEMINAR
the Greeks and the Romans.
and investment attraction in economic CFA Level I Review Seminars focus on
development. Cover community COURSE: HUM 112 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST providing you with the best possible
investment readiness; competitive Find this course on page 20 chance of successfully passing your
advantage, how to select key target CFA Level I exam. The weekly review
markets for investment attraction; sessions are to highlight and consolidate
working with site selectors; and, CAREER DEVELOPMENT the key ideas from the assigned
attracting foreign direct investment FOUNDATIONS readings. The review seminars are based
to help your community expand its Discuss the major career development upon Wiley study guides augmented
economic base. Learn how to develop foundations that underlie the modern by lecture notes and practice
business investment strategies that will practice of advising. Explore the essential problems prepared by the seminar
benefit your community. components leading to employee and instructors. For each session, the
student success and retention whether instructor will provide supplementary
COURSE: BMC 336 | 15 Hours | $395
in the workforce or in higher education. lecture notes, review the session's
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Discuss important issues facing career key topics, and provide examples to
practitioners as they strive to help illustrate the type of questions that
individuals make life decisions. may be asked on the CFA Level I
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
exam. A full mock exam will be held.
Gain an overview of business COURSE: ADL 210 | 30 Hours | $525
management and the different Find this course on page 7 COURSE: PDS 105 | 52 Hours | $1,050 + GST
facets and functions of business. Find this course on page 14
Expand your understanding of the
Canadian business environment and CAREER RENEWAL
managing the modern enterprise in AND RESILIENCE NEW
an ever-changing global economy. Discover methods to increase your
career grit and gain traction in your
COURSE: BMC 205 | 40 Hours | $595
work search. In this interactive course,
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you will learn techniques to help make
significant progress in your work
search and career. Topics include:
activities that are helpful in a difficult
job market; identifying your strengths,
skills, and accomplishments; testing the
marketplace; neutralizing adversity and
failure; and, networking.
COURSE: PIW 135 | 12 Hours | $245 + GST
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CHANGE MANAGEMENT CHEMISTRY 2 CLASSICAL INTERIOR DESIGN
THEORY AND APPLICATION NEW This is the second of two courses Gain an overview of the influence
In the 21st century, organizations and designed to prepare you for university of Greco-Roman artistic traditions
workplaces experience constant change. entrance. The themes of changes, on subsequent periods of European
Changes in leadership, organizational energy and systems are central to the civilization. Classical interior design
structure, operational systems and course, and equilibrium and matter is based on order, symmetry and
business culture impact business are subordinate themes. Specific balance which relates to the ideals of
outcomes and the individuals involved. units include thermo-chemical the Greek and Roman empires. Learn
In this introduction to change theory, the changes, chemical changes of organic the principles and foundations of
underlying human behaviour elements compounds, electrochemical changes, these stylistic elements and examine
and organizational processes will be and chemical equilibrium focusing on the classical inheritance in a variety
integral as the focus is on the people acid-base systems. of selected masterpieces including
impacted by change and those leading painting, sculpture, architecture and
Prerequisite: Chemistry 20, or
and managing it. Learn organizational furniture from the Greek and Roman
UPG 140 Chemistry I
change strategies through different times to the Neo-Classicism of the 18th
lenses and frameworks, and examine COURSE: UPG 240 | 39 Hours | $475 and 19th centuries.
interventions and tools to plan and Find this course on page 6
COURSE: INT 126 | 20 Hours | $295
manage the change process. Learn
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techniques and tactics to facilitate
change within an organization. CLASSICAL CURIOSITIES:
WHAT DO WE BELIEVE
COURSE: BMC 358 | 20 Hours | $445 COACHING: INSPIRING
AND WHY? NEW
Find this course on pages 11, 24, 26 EXCELLENCE IN OTHERS
Explore strange phenomena, famous
Aspiring to excellence is the key
mysteries, ancient everyday life and
to achieving full potential. The
unusual individuals through history.
CHANGE STRATEGY question is: How do I help myself and
Mix it up with a discussion of alleged
AND PLANNING NEW others achieve this? Learn how to
false claims on social media and
Examine readiness for change at both the develop the important attitudes and
the 2016 US presidential election,
organizational level and the stakeholders crucial skills of coaching. Examine
as well as some surprise Canadian
level. Discuss a framework for planning coaching models, learn key coaching
topics. All of these discussions relate
change while ensuring accountability competencies, and use experiential
to the ultimate question: What
measures are in place. Consider the activities to practise and apply these
Do We believe and Why? Review
risks and financial costs associated with skills. This course is for managers,
innumerable strange reports from
change and how they should affect an supervisors, and team leaders, or for
history: rains of frogs, blood-sweating
organizations change plan, while those in the workplace who are in
statues, self-cannibalizing and self-
aligning it with the organizations coaching roles and have an interest in
combusting humans. Discuss historical
goals, strategies and culture. enhancing and developing their skills.
mysteries: Was there an Atlantis?
COURSE: BMC 359 | 20 Hours | $445 Did Artistotle poison Alexander COURSE: BMC 106 | 15 Hours | $395
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Weekly Q&A sessions allow students
to air their own theories for a truly
CHEMISTRY 1 interesting and eclectic experience.
This is the first of two courses designed
COURSE: FIF 247 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST
to prepare you for university entrance.
Find this course on page 20
The course covers several major
concepts related to the nature of
matter and the nature of a chemical
reaction and chemical change. Major
units include diversity of matter
and chemical bonding, matter as
solutions, acids and bases, forms
of matter, gases and quantitative
relationships in chemical changes.
Prerequisite: Science 10.

COURSE: UPG 140 | 39 Hours | $475


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COLOUR FOR HOMEOWNERS COMPENSATION: DESIGN CONDUCTING EFFECTIVE


Focus on exterior and interior colour AND PRACTICE INTERVIEWS
for homeowners. No longer does colour Learn basic theory, concepts, Examine interviewing techniques with
in the home have to be a terrifying techniques, and processes of wage and special emphasis on the application
subject. Topics include: choosing salary administration with a focus on to various areas of human resource
colours for the home, living with colour, practical applications. Topics include: functions. The emphasis is on practical
using colour to create space, creating job design and description, methods application for Human Resource
focus areas, the psychology of colour, of job evaluation, wage and salary professionals and line managers.
and modulating a colour palette from surveys, benefits, development of pay
COURSE: BMC 328 | 20 Hours | $445
room to room. Tricks of the trade from structures and policies, and linking
Find this course on pages 16, 24
initial planning to the completed room performance to compensation.
will be offered.
COURSE: BMC 198 | 30 Hours | $495
COURSE: INT 105 | 10 Hours | $155 Find this course on pages 16, 24 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
Find this course on pages 17, 30 Learn how to deal effectively with the
conflicts that are frequently part of
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING workplace life. Gain an understanding
COLOUR THEORY 1 LEVEL 1 of your conflict management style
Examine various colour theories, This course is the first in a series of and develop strategies and skills to
relationships, and phenomena within three computer programming courses deal with individual and team conflict
the context of two- and three- that introduces students to the situations. Improve relationships and
dimensional design. Effects of light, fundamentals of the C# programming increase personal productivity. These
colour mixing, colour application, and language, the Visual Studio Integrated are the results that effectively managed
colour dynamics are addressed. Development Environment and conflict can provide.
the .NET framework. Students will
COURSE: ART 321 | 30 Hours | $395 COURSE: BMC 212 | 20 Hours | $445
also be introduced to the Software
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Development Lifecycle and Agile
development methodologies.
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE COURSE: ICT 710 | 30 Hours | $825 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT
DEVELOPMENT Find this course on page 28 LAW AND DOCUMENTS
There are fundamental differences This introduction to the nature of legal
between residential and commercial contracts and documents includes
real estate development. In this course, COMPUTER PROGRAMMING discussion of: legal obligations
focus on three commercial market LEVEL 3 of contracting parties, types of
segments including industrial, retail This is the last course in a series construction contracts, security,
and office. Over 18 hours, gain an in- of three computer programming insurance, limitation periods, settlement
depth understanding of topics related courses that introduces students of disputes by negotiating, arbitration
to market analysis, site selection, the to the C# programming language, and litigation, and liens and remedies.
planning and construction process, Visual Studio, the .NET framework,
COURSE: BMC 102 | 40 Hours | $595
marketing to commercial tenants, and software development processes,
Find this course on page 24
long-term development strategies. and Agile methodologies. Learn
the advanced programming skills
COURSE: CPE 206 | 18 Hours | $589
necessary for developing professional
Find this course on page 27
windows applications, along with
advanced knowledge of the software
development process and Agile
methodologies. With additional work
experience, students will be prepared to
write the Microsoft C# Certification.
Prerequisites: ICT 710 Computer Programming
Level 1 and ICT 711 Computer Programming Level 2

COURSE: ICT 712 | 30 Hours | $825


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COPY EDITING AND CREATING PROGRAMS CREATIVE WRITING
PROOFREADING IN ADULT EDUCATION EXPLORATION
You will develop solid copy editing Take a comprehensive and systematic Give voice to your inner creativity.
skills (clarity, correctness, conciseness, look at creating programs for adult Explore various creative writing genres
consistency) by learning to identify learners. Program planning involves such as fiction, creative non-fiction,
and correct content errors, problems the thoughtful integration of many poetry, and drama through discussion,
in technical quality, style guide elements and issues to create a writing exercises, close reading of
conformity and issues in language and successful learning experience. published work, and instructor and peer
thought. Then focus on proofreading Discover and apply the many parts feedback consistent with your level of
skills including proofreader's marks, of program planning in the creation experience and comfort. The focus will
grammar and spelling errors and basic of a work-related program. Sharing be on generating ideas, and learning
formatting. Topics may also include your ideas and experiences with the basics of the writer's craft.
working with style sheets, proofing your peers will be part of this
COURSE: WRI 140 | 30 Hours | $575
on screen versus proofing hard copy, collaborative learning experience.
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and proofing electronically generated
COURSE: ADL 128 | 40 Hours | $625
or scanned material for a variety of
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English-language texts. Learn through
CREATIVE WRITING
study, practice, peer and instructor
FINAL PROJECT
feedback, and assignments. Access to
CREATIVE ACRYLIC PAINTING You will have opportunity to hone
a printer and a scanner or high quality
Explore a variety of acrylic painting your writing and editing skills through
camera device is required.
techniques, and develop basic painting writing, discussion with peers, and 10
COURSE: WRI 120 | 30 Hours | $575 skills. You will work mainly from still-life, hours of mentorship with a published
Find this course on page 31 landscape, and photographs but will author. You will provide a pre-course
also experiment with abstraction. While submission within your chosen genre.
similar to oil paints, acrylics are water- The work in progress will be a minimum
CORRECT AND CLEAR! based and preferred for home-studio use. of 10-15 pages and will also include
GRAMMAR, PUNCTUATION a learning agreement describing the
COURSE: ART 109 | 30 Hours | $395
AND STYLE CLINIC NEW project and the direction of the work.
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Does the mention of a run-on The submission must be received at
sentence fill you with dread? Do your least one month prior to the course
sentences cry out for more vitality start date. You will enhance your skills
CREATIVE WRITING 1
and brevity? Are you interested in and understanding of the writers craft
Do you have a story in your head that
learning strategies that professional specific to genre, and produce a small
youd like to take to the next level of
editors use to revise efficiently? Strong manuscript of approximately 40-50
writing? In this non-certificate creative
writers tune up their grammar and pages maximum length. To register for
writing course we will generate ideas
writing skills regularly. They know this course, please call 403.220.2866 or
and learn the basics of the writers
that good grammar, and clear and 1.866.220.4992 (toll-free) and ask to be
craft. Explore and learn how to write
dynamic writing, are fundamental to transferred to the Program Coordinator.
your experiences including family
successful and stylish writing. Review This is to be taken as the final course in
stories through creative writing in
the basics of grammar including parts the Creative Writing Certificate.
fiction, nonfiction, memoir and poetry.
of speech, sentence structure, common
Prerequisites: Completion of all 160 hours
grammatical problems and solutions, COURSE: WRI 101 | 24 Hours | $375 + GST
of core, optional and elective courses.
and punctuation. Examine how to Find this course on page 31
dramatically improve your writing COURSE: WRI 500 | 40 Hours | $995
by applying the principles of clarity, Find this course on page 31
brevity, energy, and cohesion. Leave
with skills and resources that will help
you continue to refine your writing skills.
COURSE: WRI 205 | 15 Hours | $325 + GST
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CRSP EXAM PREP COURSE DEALING WITH ANGER DESIGNING AND FACILITATING
This course is ideal for students who This course builds on the material FOR THE SYNCHRONOUS
have met all the Board of Canadian in Foundations of Collaborative ONLINE CLASSROOM NEW
Registered Safety Professionals Conflict Resolution and Foundations Learn how to design and facilitate
(BCRSP) qualifications, and have of Collaborative Conflict Resolution: live online learning events such as
applied to write the CRSP exam. Workplace Focus, and presents online classes and virtual meetings.
Participants will review the nine theory, skills and approaches for Examine synchronous learning tools
domains and 113 competencies managing one's own angry feelings and and their use in creating interactive
that make up the new BCRSP behaviours, and responding to anger and collaborative experiences for
examination blueprint. Included are in others. Angry, hostile or resistant learners in a virtual classroom.
practice exams and an overview feelings and behaviours are commonly Develop skills and strategies that
of self-study techniques focusing generated in conflict situations. will help you improve your success
on preparing students to read and Efforts to resolve the conflict may be and confidence as a facilitator of live
correctly answer multiple-choice ineffective if these feelings are ignored online events. This practical course
exam questions that are similar in or denied. Topics such as anger triggers, will be delivered fully online in weekly
format to those on the CRSP exam. self-management, defusing skills, the synchronous sessions via Adobe
origins of personal expressions of Connect with supporting resources
COURSE: BMC 351 | 20 Hours | $520
anger and disengaging from angry in the asynchronous environment
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encounters are explored. Emphasis is on (Desire2Learn). As the final course
self-awareness and skill development project, you will create and deliver a
through small-group exercises. synchronous event utilizing the tools
CULTURE IN LANGUAGE
and techniques mastered in the course.
TEACHING Prerequisite: PDS 001 Foundations of
Knowing a second language also Collaborative Conflict Resolution, or PDS COURSE: ADL 117 | 30 Hours | $525
means knowing a second culture. 002 Foundations of Collaborative Conflict Find this course on page 8
Learn what the term culture means Resolution: Workplace Focus; and, PDS 185
and the purpose of knowing a Negotiation Skills Level I recommended
culture for second language learners. DESIGNING LEARNING
COURSE: PDS 007 | 21 Hours | $625
Study how to integrate culture and Discuss the basics of instructional
Find this course on page 12
intercultural explorations into the design and how to effectively apply
learning experience. Finally, examine sound design principles to facilitate
the influences of culture on teaching learning in face-to-face, online, group,
DESIGN PRINCIPLES
and learning in both multi- and mono- and self-study contexts. Learn how to
In this studio class, use various
cultural contexts. Discuss theory and design learning activities that work, and
techniques and materials to explore
practical elements of integrating learning assessments that will confirm
the fundamentals of two-dimensional
peoples of different cultures. that they worked. In this portfolio-
imagery and three-dimensional objects
based course, design a complete
Prerequisite: TSL Level 1 Certificate in space. Study design elements such
module of learning.
as line, shape, form, unity, balance,
COURSE: TSL 126 | 30 Hours | $515
colour, texture and space. Develop an COURSE: ADL 129 | 40 Hours | $625
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understanding of design. A supply list is Find this course on page 8
provided at the first class.
COURSE: ART 103 | 30 Hours | $395
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DIGITAL MARKETING DISABILITY MANAGEMENT:
Whether you are a marketing AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH
professional or an entrepreneur Disability management is most
promoting your own business, this effective when integrated and
course can guide you toward an embedded into the strategies and
effective digital marketing plan that culture of an organization. This
delivers value for money to your course introduces an interdisciplinary
organization. Discuss the fundamentals approach to the concepts and
of digital marketing including: email practices of disability management,
and Internet marketing, search engine and addresses how to design,
optimization, online advertising, mobile implement, and market an effective
marketing, content marketing and disability management program.
current social media tools.
COURSE: BMC 309 | 30 Hours | $550
COURSE: BMC 329 | 30 Hours | $495 Find this course on pages 15, 16, 24
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DIVERSITY IN ADULT LEARNING


DIGITAL PRODUCT DESIGN What are diversity issues in today's
Discover how to incorporate design world? How do they impact our
theory and practice, along with the perspectives, our communication,
development tools, techniques, our relationships, our value systems,
and technologies required to create our ethical practice, our classrooms
digital products such as interactive and workplaces? How do we support
PDFs, infographics, interactive the richness of diversity and maintain
presentations, graphics for social our own sense of self? Join us to
media, and more. In the current explore the interlocking issues of
digital culture, output is viewed as diversity as they shape educational
products, and clients are users that and management practices in the
consume digital products on a variety workplace and community.
I originally enrolled of devices including smartphones,
COURSE: ADL 110 | 30 Hours | $525
tablets, desktops and TVs.
in the program Find this course on page 8
COURSE: ICT 667 | 30 Hours | $825
to strengthen my
Find this course on page 13
supervisory skills. DOCUMENT DESIGN
The coaching, Ensure your writing has the strongest
professional skills DIGITAL SLR PHOTOGRAPHY impact possible by learning how to
FAST CLASS successfully present user-friendly
and communications
In this one-day introduction to digital documents. Start with a brief overview
topics definitely SLR (single lens reflex) or micro 4/3 of the four basic design principles
helped me excel as a cameras and digital photography, learn (contrast, repetition, alignment and
supervisor, whereas the how your camera functions. Work with proximity) that appear in every well-
aperture and speed, understand ISO, designed document. Next learn about
personal effectiveness maximize optional settings, and control colour and font, and how choosing the
and building light. Understand fast and slow lenses, right one can have a positive impact on
relationships topics raw and jpeg filming, aspect ratios, your writing. Then, learn how to think
auto and manual focusing, and avoiding critically about your design choices
helped me improve
'noise.' Pick up some quick tips on how so you can apply these principles to
as an individual." to compose your photos and maximize creative writing, correspondence,
the effects of various lighting situations. brochures, reports, and websites.
Lisa Allen. Graduate.
COURSE: PHO 116 | 6 Hours | $120 Prerequisite: One of the following: WRI
Certificate for Emerging Leaders.
Find this course on page 23 110 Writing Well, WRI 120 Copy Editing and
Proofreading, or WRI 150 Writing in the Workplace

COURSE: WRI 220 | 30 Hours | $575


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course descriptions

DRAWING 1 DUTCH 1 ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS


Build a strong foundation for any visual This conversational course is Why do the values of the Canadian
art discipline through drawing. This designed for those with very dollar and the American dollar differ?
course is ideal for beginners, as well as basic or no background in the Is the GST a bad tax? Why is it so
those who have previous experience in Dutch language. Emphasis is on difficult to find a job sometimes?
visual arts. Learn basic knowledge in speaking and understanding. Should medical care be free of charge
drawing. Study fundamental concepts to all residents of Canada? These
COURSE: DUT 100 | 20 Hours | $265 + GST
and techniques, and draw from both questions, essential to everyday
Find this course on page 19
still life and nude human figures using living, are best answered through
charcoal, pencil, and cont. an understanding of economics.
Discuss basic economic principles by
COURSE: ART 314 | 30 Hours | $395 E-LEARNING: PRINCIPLES
applying them to everyday events
Find this course on pages 8, 17, 23, 30 AND PRACTICE
and issues. Course includes relevant
Learn about the field of e-learning
economic information that will help
and the principles, philosophies,
you make better and more informed
DRAWING 2 models, approaches, technologies, and
personal and business decisions.
Enhance your drawing skills by studying delivery modes used by practitioners of
and practising techniques in still life, e-learning. Explore the various needs COURSE: BMC 171 | 40 Hours | $595
portraiture and figure drawing. Refine that e-learning practices can meet and Find this course on page 24
your competencies by using shadow the best ways to effectively implement
and light to create 3D objects on paper, e-learning to meet those needs.
learning further about the anatomical ECOSYSTEMS: FUNCTIONS
COURSE: ADL 121 | 40 Hours | $625
structure of the human figure and AND IMPACTS
Find this course on page 8
drawing facial features with exact Functional ecosystems are the basis
proportions and gestures. Working for our health, social, and economic
from mannequins, cast portraits and wellbeing. This course focuses on
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:
live models will greatly improve your current environmental issues and
ESTABLISHING THE
techniques in drawing. introduces fundamental knowledge
FOUNDATION
about ecosystem functioning to better
Prerequisite: ART 314 Drawing 1 The function of economic development
understand the underlying reasons
is often complex, and understanding
COURSE: ART 315 | 30 Hours | $395 for the challenges our growing world
your role in the process will be key
Find this course on pages 8, 30 population is facing. Understanding
both to the success of your career,
ecosystem functioning and the
and to the overall success of economic
factors limiting their development
development in your community.
DRAWING AND PAINTING and resilience when disturbed by
There is no one way to do community
FROM THE MASTERS human activities is essential for their
economic development so each
This hands-on course is designed to sustainable use and appropriate
community, organization or volunteer
introduce the principles of painting management. In-class discussions
will approach it differently. This course
and drawing through studying and and case studies will be used to
will provide you with a good foundation
copying selected art masterpieces. By directly apply learned concepts.
of knowledge, tools and resources for
practical study of master artworks, This course includes a half-day
working within community economic
learn art concepts and principles in a field trip to an area near Calgary.
development and with elected officials,
comprehensible and easily applicable
economic development practitioners, COURSE: BMC 274 | 30 Hours | $550
way. Guided assignments using various
and stakeholders. Find this course on pages 14, 15
art tools, mediums and surfaces, will
help develop drawing and painting COURSE: BMC 325 | 15 Hours | $395
skills. You will work together with the Find this course on page 24
instructor to select artworks, from any
era, to be copied.
COURSE: ART 112 | 30 Hours | $395
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EMERGENCY RESPONSE ENGLISH 2 ERGONOMICS
Emergency preparedness and response This course is designed to prepare you Ergonomics is the science that addresses
are growing concerns within all for university entrance. The course human performance and well-being
industries operating in North America focuses on the study of literature in relation to the tasks that are being
and overseas. Fires and explosions, and non-print media with the writing completed, the equipment used, and
building and crane collapse, natural of longer essays. Students will learn the environment in which work is
disasters, chemical spills, and terrorist research and documentation methods being completed. In this introductory
attacks can disturb or destroy a needed for academic essays. ergonomics course, you will learn about
company's operations for extended the prevention of occupational illness
Prerequisite: English 20-1
periods of time. Learn the five main and injury by making changes to the
aspects involved in emergency COURSE: UPG 220 | 39 Hours | $475 design of work and workplaces.
preparedness and response: recognition Find this course on page 6
COURSE: BMC 199 | 30 Hours | $550
of vulnerabilities, development of plans,
Find this course on pages 15, 16, 24
implementation, response, and post-
incident analysis. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
Through case studies, regulatory
COURSE: BMC 218 | 20 Hours | $480 ESL PLACEMENT TEST
proceedings, and litigation and
Find this course on page 15 Standard Evening placement test -
legislation, learn about environmental
Free. New students must write the
law and how it is implemented in
placement test before registering for
Alberta. Topics include: national and
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS a course. Location: Main campus, the
provincial environmental legislation,
This survey course of employee benefit test location will be communicated to
including the Alberta Environmental
programs includes design and funding you by email within two weeks of the
Enhancement and Protection Act,
as well as current issues and directions. test date. Test Format: Multiple choice,
Alberta Water Act, the Canadian
Contribute to the class through your with listening and grammar sections.
Environmental Protection Act and the
own experience from employment Note, that the listening test starts at
Canadian Environmental Assessment
or research. Topics include: survivor 6:05 pm. Course Registration will be
Act; due diligence, civil liability, and
plans, disability plans, medical and available immediately after the test.
environmental litigation and prosecution;
dental plans, preventive health plans, Students can register that evening or
as well as topical examinations of air
retirement plans, planning incentives, contact the office the next day. Please
and water, agriculture, biotechnology,
taxation of benefits, flexible benefits, note that course sections are filled on a
biodiversity and conservation, carbon
and benefits communication. first-come, first-served basis. Alternate
and climate issues, and environmental
Daytime Test - $25
COURSE: BMC 230 | 30 Hours | $495 aspects of energy regulation for
Find this course on pages 16, 24 hydrocarbons, electricity and oil sands. COURSE: ENL 1000 | 3 Hours | FREE
Find this course on page 13
COURSE: BMC 112 | 30 Hours | $550
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EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT
AND TRAINING ESL 1
Employee learning and development Those with basic English skills
ENVIRONMENTAL
is an essential contributor to any can benefit from this grammar
STEWARDSHIP AND
organizations success. A strategic review. Students will improve their
SUSTAINABILITY
learning and development culture conversational skills, pronunciation,
Many argue that environmental
supports performance improvement intonation, and fluency. This course
responsibility is a cornerstone for
planning while it addresses new areas covers the most important parts of
building just, equitable and sustainable
of employee development towards speech, vocabulary, and idioms at a low
societies. Others argue that preserving
an individual's career goals. It builds intermediate level.
stable and balanced ecosystems is
employee retention and loyalty, and
humanity's primary obligation to both Prerequisite: placement test
promotes employee engagement and
the planet and succeeding generations.
the organizational growth. Learn how to COURSE: ENL 110 | 60 Hours | $525
The issue of sustainability touches upon
plan, develop and implement a training Find this course on page 13
economic, political, scientific and social
and development program that benefits
realities. Examine emerging sustainable
employees and organizations alike.
trends and their implications and
COURSE: BMC 354 | 30 Hours | $495 re-examine your attitudes towards the
Find this course on pages 16, 24 environment and the future.
COURSE: BMC 169 | 30 Hours | $550
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ESL 2 ESL 5 EVERYTHING YOU


Those with limited English who wish to This high-level, demanding course is NEED TO KNOW ABOUT
move to a more advanced level should designed for the very advanced learner ALBERTA POLITICS NEW
take this course. You will develop of English. Focus on perfecting English Alberta politics is strange. Or is it? Weve
conversational skills and verbal fluency. skills, gaining a deeper knowledge of only changed provincial governments
The course covers grammar, including: the finer points of grammar, levels of four times since becoming a province
verb tenses, adjectives, modals, language, conversation and idioms. in 1905, weve been the birthplace of
gerunds, spelling, idioms, vocabulary, Some writing, spelling and vocabulary many parties (like Social Credit) and
listening, reading and writing. for particular situations may also be our voting habits dont often seem to
discussed. Be prepared to be corrected have much of a relationship to whats
Prerequisite: ENL 110 ESL 1, or placement test
and challenged in every class. going on in the rest of the country.
COURSE: ENL 210 | 60 Hours | $525 Discuss everything you need to know
Prerequisite: ENL 410 ESL 4, or placement test
Find this course on page 13 to easily follow provincial politics in
COURSE: ENL 510 | 60 Hours | $525 Alberta. What powers do provincial
Find this course on page 14 governments actually have? What is
ESL 3 the relationship between Alberta's
This course is for students with a government, municipalities and the
good working knowledge of English. EVENINGS WITH THE federal government? Why do Albertans
Oral skills are practised through CALGARY PHILHARMONIC vote the way they do? Other topics:
conversation and pronunciation Offered in cooperation with the Calgary provincial sales tax, Daylight Saving Time,
exercises. Includes a review of speech, Philharmonic Orchestra. Through equalization, and energy policy.
especially verb structures, noun clauses, listening, lecture, discussion and
COURSE: FIF 637 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
listening comprehension, spelling, attendance at select CPO concerts,
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idioms, vocabulary, reading and writing. examine the making and development
of classical music with the aim of
Prerequisite: ENL 210 ESL 2, or placement test
deepening your understanding and
FALL MIGRATION ON
COURSE: ENL 310 | 60 Hours | $525 appreciation of this music genre. The
THE WEST COAST OF
Find this course on page 14 course offers a layman's introduction to
VANCOUVER ISLAND
four concerts and attendance at those
This west coast experience at the
concerts. Course fee includes the price
Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre
ESL 4 of concert tickets, orchestra seating.
provides unparalleled access to unique
This course is for the student CPO season ticket holders please call
coastal, marine and rainforest habitats
who demonstrates a high level of to register at a reduced rate. Concerts
and exceptional species diversity.
competence in the placement test. include: The Symphonic Sound: Brahms
Your adventure includes boat trips,
Includes grammar, a review of all parts and Mahler, Saturday, Sept. 30; Dvorak
experimentation and observations
of speech, and an introduction to new and Contemporary Music, Saturday, Oct.
in the laboratory, presentations and
vocabulary and idiomatic expressions. 14; Vocal Showpieces - Canadian Music,
field trips to beaches and a rain
Conversation, pronunciation, and Friday, Nov. 10; and, Rachmaninoff and
forest. Examine the biotic and abiotic
correction are part of every class. Beethoven, Saturday, Nov. 25.
characteristics of the ocean and
Prerequisite: ENL 310 ESL 3, or placement test COURSE: HUM 405 | 8 Hours | $325 + GST observe marine mammals and birds.
Find this course on page 20 Walk on beautiful beaches and explore
COURSE: ENL 410 | 60 Hours | $525
intertidal wonders. Ospreys and eagles
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can often be seen in their natural
habitat! Hike part of the West Coast
Trail through a coastal temperate rain
forest. Accommodation is university
dorm style with two persons per room.
Field trips, labs and workshops will be
guided by on-site educators. To register,
call 403.220.2952. A deposit of $500 is
required on registration. Final payment
is due on July 14, 2017. Orientation is
August 23. Airfare not included.
COURSE: FIF 400 | $949 + GST
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FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHY FRAUD PREVENTION, FRENCH III
FOR NEW AND EXPECTANT DETECTION AND Continue to explore verbs in the
PARENTS NEW INVESTIGATION present tense including some irregular
By becoming more familiar with the A fraud protection program can forms, expand your knowledge of the
features of digital SLR, point-and-shoot prevent, detect, and deal with fraud past tense and learn to juggle articles
and smart phone cameras, learn to take in the workplace. Learn preventive and pronouns, comparatives and
great family photos. Be well prepared measures to deter fraud and to detect superlatives. Vocabulary use and role-
to capture posed and candid family and investigate fraud when it does playing will ensure that your next trip to
images of early family life: expectant occur. Topics include the legal definition a francophone region is a success.
mothers, newborns and family portraits. of fraud, types of fraud in the public
Prerequisite: FRE 102 French II
and private sectors and financial
COURSE: PHO 125 | 12 Hours | $195
institutions, deterrent measures to avoid COURSE: FRE 103 | 40 Hours | $345
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management liability for fraud under Find this course on page 19
the new governance regime, fraud
detection and prevention, investigating
FOUNDATIONS OF
fraud including collecting and detecting FRENCH IV
COLLABORATIVE
evidence and submitting reports. Conversation topics cover a large
CONFLICT RESOLUTION:
range of social situations, workplace
WORKPLACE FOCUS COURSE: BMC 137 | 20 Hours | $445
telephone calls, descriptions of
Dealing effectively with workplace Find this course on pages 24, 28
emotions and state of mind, and
conflicts is a key competency for
discussions regarding political, social
success in any job. This foundation
and artistic topics. The main grammar
course offers you effective and FRENCH I
points introduced are direct object
practical tools for resolving conflicts This course is designed for beginners in
pronouns, relative pronouns, future
collaboratively in the workplace. a French language class. Conversation
tense and negative expressions.
Through examination of the sources of topics cover the alphabet, numbers and
conflict attitudes and beliefs, conflict dates. Main grammar points covered: Prerequisite: FRE 103 French III
styles, and the role of assumptions and gender of nouns, adjectives and
COURSE: FRE 104 | 40 Hours | $345
emotions, you will gain an overview of articles, present tense of some regular
Find this course on page 19
conflict dynamics and collaboration and irregular verbs, formal and informal
strategies. This highly participatory forms of address, reflexive verbs.
course emphasizes self-awareness
COURSE: FRE 100 | 40 Hours | $345 FRENCH V
and understanding through structured
Find this course on page 19 This course is designed for intermediate
exercises and simulations.
learners. This level consists of the
COURSE: PDS 002 | 21 Hours | $625 following elements: reflexive verbs,
Find this course on page 12 FRENCH II the conditional and subjunctive tenses.
This course is designed for students Conversation at this level is of a higher
who have some basic knowledge level of fluency and confidence.
FOUNDATIONS OF PERSONAL of the French language. Students
Prerequisite: FRE 104 French IV
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT should be comfortable saying
To make smart decisions with basic phrases and forming simple COURSE: FRE 105 | 40 Hours | $375
your money, you need a broad sentences in the present tense. Find this course on page 19
understanding of personal finance Conversation topics cover situations
and financial management in all areas in the workplace, at the restaurant,
of your financial life. Start by looking store, airport, etc. Main grammar
at the big picture and gain a solid points include pronouns, adjectives
overview of topics such as the financial and adverbs, and the past tense with
planning process, own versus leasing a auxiliary verbs: to have and to be.
vehicle, retirement accounts, pension
Prerequisite: FRE 100 French I
plans, investment concepts and advice,
taxation, estate planning topics and COURSE: FRE 102 | 40 Hours | $345
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FRENCH IMMERSION WEEKEND GMAT TEST PREPARATION HAZARD ASSESSMENT


FOR BEGINNER STUDENTS This GMAT preparation course, offered AND RISK MANAGEMENT
A two-day program of linguistic in collaboration with The Renert A key aspect of any occupational
adventure provides you with an informal Centre, prepares you to meet today's health and safety program is the
learning environment conducive to high admission standards and boost proper identification of any hazards
spontaneous use of the language. Fees your score for MBA/graduate business that exist at the workplace, and the
include bus, meals, lodging and a whole schools. Drawing on over 20 years of associated risk of injury or illness if
lot of fun. Deadline to register is seven experience in GMAT preparation, this a worker is exposed to the hazard.
days prior to the start of the course. course provides in-depth coverage of In this introductory course, you
every area of this challenging exam: will learn the reasons why proper
Prerequisite: FRE 102 French II, or French 209
problem solving, data sufficiency, hazard identification is an important
COURSE: FRE 112 | 20 Hours | $185 sentence correction, critical reasoning, contributor to a successful occupational
Find this course on page 19 reading comprehension, and analytical health and safety program, as well as
writing. Our GMAT preparation program practical tools to conduct workplace
is complete, and the materials are hazard assessments. The relationship
FRENCH IMMERSION constantly updated to reflect current between common hazards and risk
WEEKEND FOR INTERMEDIATE GMAT standards. Students will receive 26 of common occupational injuries,
AND ADVANCED STUDENTS hours of instructor-led lectures, ongoing such as work-related back injuries or
A two-day program of linguistic support time until the day of their GMAT electrical burns, and illnesses, such as
adventure provides you with an informal test, and free retakes of the course. occupational cancers, will be explored
learning environment conducive to in detail using practical examples.
COURSE: ADL 901 | 26 Hours | $1,095 + GST
spontaneous use of the language. Fees
or $995 + GST if registered 30 days ahead Prerequisite: BMC 104 Health and Safety
include bus, meals, lodging and a whole
Find this course on page 6 Management Systems: The Basics
lot of fun. Deadline to register is seven
days prior to the start of the course. COURSE: BMC 143 | 20 Hours | $480
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Prerequisite: FRE 104 French IV, or French 213 GRAPHIC DESIGN
Study both the theory and practice of
COURSE: FRE 111 | 20 Hours | $185
graphic design. By working on design
Find this course on page 19 HEALTH AND SAFETY
exercises and projects, you will develop
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS:
your skills and understanding of design
THE BASICS
principles, colour theory, message
GERMAN 1 This course introduces you to the
and content, visual organization, and
Learn the basics of communicating in characteristics of effective health
techniques and typography.
German, with an emphasis on speaking and safety management systems.
and understanding the language. This COURSE: ART 320 | 30 Hours | $395 These systems are required for the
course is designed for students with no Find this course on pages 8, 13, 30 proactive management of health
prior knowledge of the language. and safety concerns throughout
an organization. They ensure that
COURSE: GER 110 | 30 Hours | $295 + GST
HARASSMENT all employees have clearly defined
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INVESTIGATIONS accountabilities for health and safety,
Harassment complaints are an resulting in the prevention of injuries
increasing liability against corporations. and loss. This course is for beginning
GERMAN CONVERSATION
Although many complaints may and practising health and safety
This course will give you an opportunity
be handled on an informal level, officers, coordinators, professionals,
to practise speaking and listening skills
inappropriate handling of a complaint trainers and administrators to gain
to enhance your fluency in German.
can cause significant problems knowledge of the fundamental
Develop conversational strategies, review
including morale, credibility and legal principles used to manage health
grammar, and reinforce vocabulary
issues. An effective process can ensure and safety issues in the workplace.
and key expressions through role plays,
that complaints are properly handled,
games and small-group activities. COURSE: BMC 104 | 30 Hours | $550
investigated and resolved. Learn about
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Prerequisite: GER 210 German 2 the issues of harassment, and an
effective investigative process to follow.
COURSE: GER 250 | 20 Hours | $245 + GST
Find this course on page 19 COURSE: BMC 194 | 20 Hours | $445
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HELPING SKILLS IN CAREER HISTORY OF WOMEN IN ART
AND ACADEMIC ADVISING Art is a product of its time and a result
Examine the specific listening and of the social, political, and religious
helping skills for establishing the context in which it was created. We
advising relationship. Identify and explore the portrayal of women in art
develop these skills, within the context through history, and focus on several
of assisting others, to explore career related topics: the role of women in
and academic issues, and clarify and the society and their possible role as
pursue their career goals. artists, issues of gender identity, social
class and race, plus the examination
COURSE: ADL 211 | 30 Hours | $525
of women's absence in traditional
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scholarly views. We will go back to
prehistoric cave art and Venus figurines,
look at the idealized ancient goddesses
HISTORY OF DESIGN
and mythological characters from
Discover the factors that have
Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Classical
influenced the practice and theory of
world, study religious and secular
design. Look at designs from around
images of women in the Middle Ages,
the world and consider their impact on
Renaissance and Baroque, and conclude
culture and quality of life. Examples of
with the changing role of women in
architecture, graphic, interior, urban,
contemporary art.
garden, product, art, craft, and fashion
design will be presented and discussed COURSE: FIF 244 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST
for you to make connections to your Find this course on page 20
personal research interests.
COURSE: ART 102 | 30 Hours | $395
HTML5 AND CSS3
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Discover current web standards, design,
and development practices, with
emphasis on usability, cross-browser
HISTORY OF FURNITURE
Because of the delivery compatibility, accessibility, search
Explore the styles and functions
engine optimization, and responsive
options, I was able of furniture in the Western world,
web design. Learn how to separate
to fit the program from ancient times to modern day.
defining web pages contents (HTML5)
The course looks at furniture and
into my life, despite interiors of ancient Egypt, Greece
from presentation concerns (CSS3) and
working full time." become familiar with a variety of tools.
and Rome, the Renaissance, Baroque,
This course is for those with no prior
Rococo, 18th Century America,
Carol Lobo. Graduate. knowledge of building a website and
Neoclassicism, the Victorian era, Art
want to learn basic HTML and CSS3.
Human Resource Management Nouveau, Art Deco, Arts and Crafts,
Certificate. modern, and post-modern, as well COURSE: ICT 580 | 30 Hours | $825
as contemporary furniture styles. Find this course on pages 13, 28

COURSE: INT 109 | 10 Hours | $155


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HTML5 AND CSS3
WITH JQUERY
Explore current methodologies of
responsive web design and progressive
enhancement that will help you
to deliver the best possible web
experience. This course is for individuals
who want to further learn, and apply
HTML, jQuery and JavaScript concepts.
COURSE: ICT 581 | 30 Hours | $825
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HUMAN BEHAVIOUR INTEGRATED WORKPLACE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN


IN ORGANIZATIONS HEALTH MANAGEMENT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Improved understanding of human Learn how organizations can create Faced with the continuing growth
behaviour in organizations enhances a work environment that supports of globalization in industry, Human
your effectiveness, and influences the employee health, safety and Resource professionals are increasingly
development and operation of your engagement while reducing disability required to demonstrate understanding
workplace. Topics include: your own and associated risk. Understand how of the intricacies of conducting
behaviour and its impact on others, you can develop strategies to address HRM programs in international and
mentoring, culture, structure, the employees at all points in the health cross-cultural contexts. This course
decision-making process, employee continuum, from optimal health and will examine organizational and
relations, productivity, and ethical issues. performance to being disabled and employee perspectives on the design
off work. Topics include: leadership and delivery of international HRM
COURSE: BMC 172 | 40 Hours | $595
and the work environment, stress programs. Issues to be explored include
Find this course on pages 11, 16, 25, 27, 28
management, employee assistance strategies for global recruitment and
programs, health promotion, selection, multi-country compensation
workers compensation and disability programming, cross-cultural adjustment
HUMAN RESOURCE
management/return-to-work processes. and repatriation, performance
MANAGEMENT
management and career development
Learn the foundation for effective Prerequisite: BMC 104 Health and Safety
for multinational employees, and
employee recruitment, evaluation and Management Systems: The Basics
international labour relations.
compensation. Recruitment entails:
COURSE: BMC 183 | 20 Hours | $480
accurate job descriptions, finding the COURSE: BMC 177 | 20 Hours | $445
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best candidate, legal considerations, Find this course on pages 16, 25
interview techniques, and orientation
of new employees. Evaluation
INTERIOR DESIGN
encompasses: competency assessments INTRODUCTION TO
RESIDENTIAL
and performance reviews, and individual ENVIRONMENTAL
Fundamental principles of composition,
career paths. Compensation involves: MANAGEMENT
functional relationships of spaces,
monetary and non-monetary benefits, Environmental management is the
finishing materials, and furniture
and ongoing feedback to ensure your integration of environmental science
and fixture selection are discussed
plan is competitive and fair. and management. Discuss aspects
and supported by a field trip. This
and impacts, such as the pressures
COURSE: BMC 165 | 40 Hours | $595 course includes over 100 slides
and responses of human activities
Find this course on pages 16, 25 that look at current and historical
on the natural environment. Tools
interior design trends as well as the
and techniques for environmental
basics of reading interior spaces
management, as they apply to
INFORMATION from drawings and photographs.
organizations and companies,
SECURITY BASICS The design principles taught rely
are introduced. Examine the
Determining an acceptable level of mainly on residential examples.
reasons and strategies for resource
organizational risk and dealing with
COURSE: INT 101 | 20 Hours | $295 conservation, pollution prevention
complex legal and regulatory changes
Find this course on pages 17, 30 and environmental protection.
are constant pressures in today's
workplace. Learn to meet these COURSE: BMC 129 | 30 Hours | $550
demands by developing a road map Find this course on pages 14, 15
for tactical and strategic compliance.
Topics include: basic security concepts;
regulatory and legal compliance with
extra attention to current legislation;
monitoring, detection, investigation
and response; choosing between
assessments, penetration tests and
audits; standards and best practices;
due diligence and downstream
liability; defence in depth, and
security from desktop to Internet.
COURSE: BMC 126 | 30 Hours | $495
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INTRODUCTION TO ITALIAN 1 JAPANESE 3
MOTION GRAPHICS Learn basic vocabulary, key phrases This introduction to the basic structure
Discover how to create and animate text, and introductory grammar as tools for of the Japanese language emphasizes
images, and video using Adobe After basic interactional competence (oral oral proficiency, with some reading and
Effects, a software application used to and written). This course provides the writing including some Kanji.
create and deliver compelling motion appropriate foundation for progressing
COURSE: JPN 103 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST
graphics and visual effects for film and to higher levels.
Find this course on page 19
video. Learn basic animation of layers,
COURSE: ITA 101 | 30 Hours | $295 + GST
work with keyframes and motion paths,
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3D layers, rendering and outputting to
KITCHEN DESIGN
enhance your video projects for web,
The kitchen is a focal point in every
or digital displays. This course is for
ITALIAN 2 home. A properly designed kitchen
individuals with no prior knowledge
Build on knowledge acquired in Level 1. affects all other aspects of living within
or experience of motion graphics.
Continue to expand vocabulary, grammar a home environment. Discover practical
COURSE: ICT 686 | 30 Hours | $825 knowledge, and oral skills through solutions for designing effective and
Find this course on page 13 interactive and practical dialogues. aesthetic kitchens. Discuss a wide range
of design options and solutions.
Prerequisite: ITA 101 Italian 1
COURSE: INT 122 | 3.5 Hours | $75
INVESTING FOR SUCCESS COURSE: ITA 102 | 30 Hours | $295 + GST
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LEVEL 1 Find this course on page 19
This interactive and engaging course
will cover important principles for
KOREAN 1
successful investing, as well as current ITALIAN 3
This is an introductory course in spoken
market conditions and investment Level 3 introduces more complexity in
and written Korean. Course includes
considerations. Topics include: capital verb tenses and works at expanding
dialogues, grammatical explanations
markets, picking stocks, investment practical oral skills through maximum
and vocabulary building exercises and
strategies, mutual funds, and taxation. immersion in the Italian language.
uses the Hanguel alphabet.
COURSE: PIW 132 | 15 Hours | $325 + GST Prerequisite: ITA 102 Italian 2
COURSE: KOR 101 | 20 Hours | $265 + GST
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ISSUES MANAGEMENT AND


LABOUR RELATIONS
RISK/CRISIS COMMUNICATIONS
ITIL FOUNDATIONS Contract administration, the grievance
The field of critical communications
During this 3-day course, students will process and arbitration are central
has three interrelated dimensions;
learn ITIL terminology, the structure, to labour relations. Following an
proactively addressing emerging
basic concepts and core principles of introduction to these concepts,
issues, developing believable risk
ITIL practices for Service Management. participate in a simulated negotiation.
communications programs, and
The Foundation Certificate in IT Service Topics include: third-party assistance,
reacting effectively in times of crisis.
Management is not intended to enable the structure and function of unions;
Explore this three-pronged spectrum
you to apply ITIL practices for service labour relations legislation; and union
of hot communications by studying
management without further guidance. management co-operation. Discuss
key issue, risk and crisis strategies
the role that trade unions play, both in
and tactics. Learn how the successful COURSE: PDS 217 | 21 Hours | $1,900 + GST
the workplace and in greater society.
communicator can offer increased value Find this course on page 18
Gain an appreciation of the legal, social,
to an organization through proactive
economic and political framework
planning and effective implementation.
and complexities within which
Learn also to distinguish key JAPANESE 1
contemporary labour relations operates
concepts associated with critical This introduction to the basic
in Canada, with some emphasis on
communications, theories for the structure of the Japanese language
Alberta. Also learn practical skills by
creation of issues management, risk emphasizes oral proficiency, with
working in teams to participate in a
and crisis communications programs, some reading and writing (Hiragana).
union contract negotiations simulation.
as well as how to analyze and apply key This course is for those with little
communications principles. or no background in Japanese. COURSE: BMC 156 | 30 Hours | $495
Find this course on pages 16, 25
COURSE: BMC 109 | 30 Hours | $495 COURSE: JPN 101 | 20 Hours | $265 + GST
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LANDSCAPE DESIGN LEARNING IN THE WORKPLACE LEONARDO DA VINCI:


A well-designed landscape creates Enhance your capacity to meet A MAN OF MYSTERY
outdoor spaces that extend indoor workplace learning challenges through There are few historical figures that
living spaces. Learn about the design visionary and realistic planning. are more celebrated than Leonardo da
process, focusing on the use of trees, This course will guide you through Vinci. He was a scientist before there
shrubs, and plants. Topics include: site a systematic and thorough self- was science, an inventor whose ideas
analysis, hard and soft landscaping, assessment. Then, with help, construct were ahead of his time, and an artist
installation techniques, creating 'rooms', a personal development plan which who painted some of the most famous
decks, special gardens, environmental will maximize your capabilities as paintings in the world. Gain insight into
concerns, and important horticultural a lifelong learner and provide you the life of this great Renaissance master
design concerns. with a significant advantage in the as well as an understanding of his
emerging workplace. After learning world through the historical and social
COURSE: LAN 100 | 20 Hours | $295
these valuable skills, you will be context. Discuss his childhood, career
Find this course on pages 18, 30
able to teach them to others. and work. Explore Leonardo's interests
and accomplishments in the fields of
COURSE: ADL 107 | 40 Hours | $625
engineering, painting, architecture
LEADERSHIP IN PROJECT Find this course on page 8
and anatomy. Examine many of his
MANAGEMENT
famous masterpieces including the
Examine different leadership styles,
Mona Lisa, Virgin of the Rocks, Lady
competencies and tools to help you LEARNING ONLINE
with an Ermine, the Last Supper, and his
develop the ability to lead complex Discover more about yourself as
notebooks and inventions.
projects and organizational change. an online learner in a supportive
At the same time, through the courses environment and ultimately determine COURSE: FIF 615 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
exercises you will be able to guide if online learning is for you. Compare Find this course on page 22
yourself into the leadership journey. your current skills, habits and
This course uses Jim Kouzes and Barry technical knowledge against what's
Posner's Five Practices of Exemplary typically required for success in LINGUISTIC STRUCTURES
Leadership model for a team Continuing Education online courses. Even in a communicative context,
performance context. Whatever your starting point, you second language teachers need a
will develop and improve your basic awareness about the structure
COURSE: BMC 290 | 40 Hours | $745
abilities to connect, communicate of language and possible differences
Find this course on pages 25, 26
and collaborate with others online. If between the first and second language
you have previously taken an online they are teaching. The three basic
course, you may apply to have the language structures of phonology
LEAN SIX SIGMA GREEN
BMC 352 requirement waived. If (sound structure) morphology (word
BELT TRAINING
you have previously taken BMC 152 structure) and syntax (sentence
This five-day workshop teaches a
Learning Online, you are not required structure) will be illustrated on a
globally-recognized methodology for
to take BMC 352 Learning Online. number of levels.
rapidly and dramatically improving
the output of their business COURSE: BMC 352 | 10 Hours | $185 COURSE: TSL 108 | 30 Hours | $515
processes. Participants learn how to Find more information on page 4 Find this course on page 29
improve their processes to maximize
throughput, reduce costs and cycle
time and improve overall quality.
This methodology, used world-wide,
provides a reliable approach for
rapidly achieving world class business
performance improvement.
COURSE: PDS 233 | 35 Hours | $2,795
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MAGICAL WORLD OF MANAGEMENT TOOLS MARKETING: BUSINESS
ANCIENT MYTHOLOGY AND TECHNIQUES FOR TO BUSINESS
Experience an exciting introduction ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES Business-to-business (B2B) marketing
to the primary characters and most Explore environmental management focuses on commercial transactions
important stories of ancient Greek challenges and issues faced by between businesses. Unlike business-
and Roman mythology. Explore industry, and discover the key to-consumer (B2C) marketing strategies
famous Olympians: Zeus, Apollo, driving forces that are requiring that directly target consumers, B2B
Demeter, Persephone, Hermes, companies to address these issues professionals work within the context of
Dionysos, Aphrodite and others; and through an array of management complex and networked relationships
the Greek heroes: Theseus, Oedipus techniques. Gain understanding from suppliers and distributors to internal
and Heracle. Discuss the most famous and practical application of your stakeholders and consultants. Understand
of all classical myths, the Trojan War toolbox of management approaches how marketing and sales functions work
and the Odyssey. We will examine for environmental issues including: together to assess and evaluate the
and handle spectacular ancient environmental impact assessment, business environment and market situation
Greek and Roman coins depicting environmental site assessment, as well as specific customer needs. Learn
mythological figures and symbols. regulatory roles and strategies, how to develop and execute marketing
environmental legislation, emergency strategies that offer differentiated
COURSE: FIF 614 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
response planning, environmental value-added solutions and sell through
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management systems, environmental direct and indirect channels. Explore new
auditing, risk assessment and avenues for B2B marketing through social
management, sustainability reporting, media and the use of CRM tools.
MANAGEMENT
environmental communications and
COMMUNICATIONS: COURSE: BMC 125 | 30 Hours | $480
corporate social responsibility.
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS Find this course on pages 21, 25
Enhance your ability to communicate COURSE: BMC 116 | 30 Hours | $550
effectively in personal and professional Find this course on pages 14, 15
settings. Learn more about your own MARKETING PRINCIPLES
communication style preferences. Understand the objectives, scope and
Acquire tools and techniques to build MANAGING RISK complexity of marketing, as well as the
positive relationships and achieve IN PROJECTS NEW terminology and activities involved. Take
favourable results interpersonally and As projects become more complex, a managerial approach with respect
in small and large groups. Practical the challenges for executive decision- to product development, distribution,
strategies include effective ways of: makers become greater. Discuss why pricing and promotion. Emphasis is on:
giving and interpreting verbal and non- current risk management practices ethics, consumer behaviour, relationship
verbal messages, listening, giving and can be ineffective. Explore practices marketing, market research, new product
receiving feedback, leading meetings for handling risk in your projects and introduction, and the product life cycle.
and giving presentations. determining who is responsible for
COURSE: BMC 167 | 40 Hours | $595
doing it. Also learn how to prevent the
Please Note: Students can take either Find this course on pages 21, 25
risks you can avoid and minimize the
BMC 206 Management Communications
ones that you cant.
or BMC 316 Business Communication for
Internationally Trained Professionals for COURSE: BMC 345 | 15 Hours | $585 MATH FUNDAMENTALS NEW
certificate credit in designated programs. Find this course on pages 25, 26 This is the first of three courses
Credit will be granted for one course only. designed to prepare you for university
entrance. This course covers the
COURSE: BMC 206 | 40 Hours | $595
MANDARIN 1 properties of real numbers and number
Find this course on pages 16, 25
Learn conversational Mandarin in this theory, exponents and radicals,
course intended for those with little or no algebraic expressions, expanding and
background in the language. Cover some factoring polynomials, functions, linear
culture and business etiquette. Learn functions, systems of linear equations,
practical phrases, and a grammatical and right-angled trigonometry. In terms
framework for further study. of polynomial functions, this course
will have an emphasis on functions of
COURSE: MAN 101 | 20 Hours | $265 + GST
degree one (linear).
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Prerequisite: Grade 9 math

COURSE: UPG 010 | 70 Hours | $495


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MATH 1 MEDIATION SKILLS LEVEL I MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 1


This is the second of three courses This course introduces you to the Microsoft Excel Level 1 has been
designed to prepare you for university concepts, skills and techniques needed designed to reinforce workforce skills.
entrance. The course covers the to mediate disputes: determining Students learn to create and edit
properties of real numbers, a brief whether mediation is appropriate, professional-looking spreadsheets for
introduction to number theory, the role of the mediator, guiding a variety of purposes and situations.
exponents and radicals, algebraic the process, managing emotions, Students work on real-world problems
expressions, factoring, linear and and using communication skills as like the ones they will encounter in the
quadratic equations, inequalities, a mediator. Mediation is a practical workplace ensuring they are ready for
system of linear equations, polynomials method for helping people resolve real professional challenges.
and their properties. their conflicts and attain mutually
COURSE: ICT 415 | 14 Hours | $575
satisfactory outcomes. You will
Prerequisite: Math 10-C, Pure Math 10, Find this course on page 21
mediate simulated disputes involving
or UPG 010 Math Fundamentals
coworkers, customers, committee
COURSE: UPG 020 | 70 Hours | $495 members, neighbours, parents/
MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 2
Find this course on page 7 teens and co-parents. Emphasis is on
Microsoft Excel Level 2 teaches
skill development through simulated
students how to apply basic skill sets
mediations assisted by trained coaches.
along with some intermediate to
MATH 2
Prerequisite: PDS 001 Foundations of advanced functions to manage and
This is the third of three courses
Collaborative Conflict Resolution, or PDS audit numerical reports. Students will
designed to prepare students for
002 Foundations of Collaborative Conflict learn to create and manipulate charts,
undergraduate math courses. The course
Resolution: Workplace Focus; and, PDS 185 work with different types of graphics,
covers the properties of transformations,
Negotiation Skills Level I recommended look at various methods of analyzing,
exponential and logarithmic functions,
organizing, linking and sharing
trigonometric functions, sequences and COURSE: PDS 006 | 21 Hours | $625
workbooks, learn to use advanced
series, the conic sections, and selected Find this course on page 12
formatting features.
topics in probability and statistics.
Prerequisite: ICT 415 Microsoft Excel Level 1
Prerequisite: Math 20-1, Pure
METRICS AND MEASUREMENT
Math 20, UPG 020 Math I COURSE: ICT 416 | 14 Hours | $575
Web analytics, social media, web
Find this course on page 21
COURSE: UPG 101 | 70 Hours | $495 2.0, mobile technology and other
Find this course on page 7 digital channels have opened the data
floodgates but what does it all mean?
MICROSOFT EXCEL LEVEL 3
This course will give you a framework
Microsoft Excel Level 3 teaches the
MATH 3 for how to set-up, monitor, and measure
information worker how to work with
This course is designed to prepare the results of a digital media strategy
different types of documents using
students for undergraduate calculus or an integrated marketing campaign,
a variety of core and intermediate
courses. As a Math 31 equivalency, digital or traditional, from beginning to
features to create and edit professional-
this course covers topics of calculus end. Learn important skills for research
looking spreadsheets for a variety
as well as essential precalculus topics, and analysis, and explore a variety of
of purposes and situations. Students
including: review of functions, review marketing metrics and measurement
will look at productivity tools to
of algebra, limits and continuity, tools available for measuring your
increase data entry, features to enable
differentiation, applications of return-on-investment.
collaboration with others, and use
differentiation, integration, and
COURSE: BMC 313 | 20 Hours | $445 various commands to analyze large
applications of integration.
Find this course on pages 21, 25, 27 numerical reports.
Prerequisite: Math 30-1, Pure Math 30,
Prerequisite: ICT 415 Microsoft Excel Level
UPG 101, Math 2
1, and ICT 416 Microsoft Excel Level 2
COURSE: UPG 031 | 70 Hours | $495
COURSE: ICT 417 | 14 Hours | $575
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MICROSOFT MACROS MICROSOFT SQL SERVER
AND VBA LEVEL 1 DEVELOPMENT LEVEL 1
Take full advantage of Microsoft Office This course introduces you to the
suite by automating routine tasks. No Transact-SQL (T-SQL) programming
matter which application you're using, language, the foundation for the entire
there are some tasks you perform SQL Server platform. Using the SQL
dozens of times, such as typing a Server Management Studio Integrated
section of text, running a series of Development Environment (IDE) you
menu commands, or formatting a will learn how to create SQL Server
document in a particular way. This objects such as databases, tables and
course shows you how to accomplish views. In addition, you will learn how to
the same tasks by incorporating them retrieve, store and manipulate data.
into a macro that you can run with just
COURSE: ICT 678 | 30 Hours | $925
a few mouse clicks or keystrokes.
Find this course on page 12
COURSE: ICT 427 | 14 Hours | $625
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MINDFULNESS MEDITATION
Based on an approach that is thousands
MICROSOFT OUTLOOK of years old, mindfulness meditation
LEVELS 1 AND 2 is about being fully awake and
Microsoft Outlook Levels 1 and 2 teaches present in every moment of our lives.
students how to: create, edit, send and Access powerful inner resources to
manage messages; use different features cope with life's challenges, calm the
for tracking; manage attachments; mind, relax the body, and cultivate
manage email folders; create signatures; insight. Benefits, including improved
create and modify appointments, mood and reduced stress, depend
meetings, contacts, notes and tasks; work upon establishing a personal routine.
with data files; create search folders; Components include: meditation,
manage auto replies; use RSS; manage gentle hatha yoga, relaxation, group
Continuing Education security; share calendar and contacts. discussion, imagery and breathing
techniques. Topics covered include
was perfect for me. I COURSE: ICT 454 | 14 Hours | $525
mind/body interdependence, balance
was raising a family Find this course on page 21
in the autonomic nervous system, and
and working the whole effective coping strategies.
time I took courses, MICROSOFT POWERPOINT COURSE: PIW 101 | 12 Hours | $325 + GST
so I was always LEVELS 1 AND 2 Find this course on page 22
Microsoft PowerPoint allows the
juggling priorities.
information worker to create and
I liked that I could manage presentations. Students will
spread my program learn how to: add and edit text; create
over a few years." templates; add and modify slides layouts
and themes; add and modify WordArt,
Christa Then. Graduate. graphics, shapes or illustrations,
SmartArt, tables and charts; create and
Environmental Management
modify slide masters; add, remove and
Certificate
create custom animations; use slideshow
features; create a presentation from an
outline; import slides; insert hyperlinks,
media clips and sounds; view and
manage markups and comments; add
signatures and security; remove hidden
data; create self-running presentations
and publish to a web server.
COURSE: ICT 456 | 14 Hours | $525
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NATURAL GAS PROCESSING NEGOTIATION SKILLS LEVEL I OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE:


SHORT COURSE Learn to prepare for negotiations, THE BASICS
This five-day short course reviews the assess your alternatives, build a climate Discover the science behind occupational
physical, chemical, and engineering of collaboration, get beyond stubborn illness and disease. The number of
principles used to understand the positioning and develop agreements people affected by occupational related
processing of natural gas and its that work for both sides. Negotiation disease continues to increase. This
by-products. Topics include: physical skills are essential in daily interactions course illuminates the science and art
properties, phase equilibria and vapour with others. Traditional approaches of occupational hygiene and covers its
liquid equilibrium calculations, water- to negotiation promote competitive past, present and likely future. Topics
hydrocarbon systems and natural gas tactics, often resulting in unsatisfactory include: toxicology, occupational
dehydration, natural gas gathering outcomes. Collaborative or interest- health and safety standards, airborne
and plant inlet separation, sour natural based negotiation aims for agreements hazards, indoor air quality, ventilation
gas treating/sweetening, dew point that respond to the interests of both systems, skin diseases, industrial
control and NGL liquid recovery, acid parties. Emphasis is on simulated noise, radiation, lasers, thermal
gas compression and injection, sulfur negotiations assisted by trained coaches. stress, and protective equipment.
recovery. Participants include: new
Prerequisite: PDS 001 Foundations of COURSE: BMC 197 | 40 Hours | $630
engineering graduates and technologists
Collaborative Conflict Resolution, or Find this course on pages 14, 15, 25
who need to develop an understanding
PDS 002 Foundations of Collaborative
of natural gas processing principles and
Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus
technology; professionals who have been
OIL SANDS: OVERVIEW,
working in industry but are new to natural COURSE: PDS 185 | 21 Hours | $625
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS,
gas processing; or professionals who Find this course on page 12
AND REGULATIONS
are familiar with natural gas processing,
With respect to Alberta's oil sands,
but are unfamiliar with how process
should Canada be forced to choose
simulators can be used to improve plant NEGOTIATION SKILLS LEVEL II
between economic development and a
design and optimize plant profitability. This advanced course builds on
sustainable environment? This course
Negotiation Skills Level I, to apply
COURSE: BUS 143 | 35 Hours | $1,595 + GST is designed for anyone interested in
an interest-based approach to more
Find this course on page 13 the environmental management, public
complex negotiations. You will learn
relations, and health and safety job
about negotiator assertiveness and
categories in the oil and gas industry.
style, identifying and responding to
NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE Through this course, develop the skill
competitive tactics, assessing power
LEVEL 3 set required to understand, review,
dynamics and resolving impasses.
This continued exploration looks at analyze, and evaluate environmental
dysfunctional physiology and case Prerequisite: PDS 001 Foundations of data and information related to the oil
studies in naturopathic medicine, which is Collaborative Conflict Resolution, or PDS sands industry.
a complete system of health care based 002 Foundations of Collaborative Conflict
COURSE: BMC 298 | 30 Hours | $550
on the philosophy of improving health Resolution: Workplace Focus; and, PDS 185
Find this course on pages 14, 15, 25
and treating disease by assisting the Negotiation Skills Level I, PDS 006 Mediation
body's capacity to heal itself. This Level Skills Level I, and PDS 007 Dealing With Anger
3 course expands on the fundamentals
COURSE: PDS 010 | 35 Hours | $995
learned in the introductory course and
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the modalities explored in Level 2. We
will incorporate prior knowledge to
evaluate and study presented cases as
well as assess management options for
various conditions affecting the health
of our population. Special attention will
be paid to herb and drug interactions,
symptom evaluation in determining
causal patterns of imbalance, and
evaluating disease processes as
dysfunction in normal physiology.
Prerequisite: Naturopathic Medicine Level II

COURSE: FIF 156 | 18 Hours | $295 + GST


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PARENT EFFECTIVENESS PHILANTHROPY: WHATS PHOTOGRAPHY I DIGITAL
TRAINING: A NEURO- IN IT FOR YOU? NEW Focus on Digital SLR cameras
DEVELOPMENTAL The world of philanthropy giving of cameras that are fully adjustable with
APPROACH NEW your time, talent and wealth, and doing the ability to change lenses. Topics
What age should children 'listen' to their good poses many challenges and include: composition, exposure control,
caregivers? Is it possible to get teens opportunities. For example, how do you automatic versus manual operation,
talking? Can a preschooler do chores? even begin to choose a recipient agency aperture, shutter speed, white balance,
Parenting is a job that requires ongoing from more than 170,000 non-profits using flash and available light, and
professional development on children's in Canada alone? Do you know what evaluating the final pictures. Please
capabilities and the latest neural- type of donation is a good fit for you? bring camera and manual to first class.
biological research to understand why How can you structure a legacy? How
COURSE: PHO 101 | 12 Hours | $195
and when children do what they do. can your donations have more impact?
Find this course on pages 23, 30
Parent Effectiveness Training (PET) What can you expect to get in return?
is an evidence-based parent program Can you align your donations to social
presented within the framework of brain issues? Discuss these questions and
PHYSICS 1
development information to enable more, and review the charitable sector
This is the first of two courses designed
parents of ages 2 - 25, to enhance their from historic, global and economic
to prepare you for university entrance.
parent-child relationship. Ongoing perspectives. This course is intended
The course provides an introduction
online parenting coaching is available. for all individuals ready to get serious
to the motion and energy of objects
about giving as well as those who work
COURSE: PIW 138 | 12 Hours | $295 + GST and waves. Specific units include
for non-profit organizations.
Find this course on page 22 kinematics, dynamics, circular motion,
COURSE: PIW 137 | 10 Hours | $225 + GST work/energy, oscillatory motion, and
Find this course on page 22 mechanical waves. "
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
Prerequisite: Science 10
Helping employees attain optimal
performance is essential if organizations PHILOSOPHY OF MONEY COURSE: UPG 130 | 39 Hours | $475
are to remain competitive. Gain Philosophers might seem like the very Find this course on page 7
knowledge and skills in understanding last people to ask about money, since
the dynamics of employee performance, they are usually so bad at making it.
and learn how to use a foundational But even Adam Smith himself, author PHYSICS 2
framework to partner with employees of Wealth of Nations and father of This is the second of two courses
for success. Learn approaches to capitalism, was a philosopher before designed to prepare you for university
prepare for and conduct performance he was an economist and had some entrance. This course builds on the
reviews, and become more comfortable surprising things to say about money knowledge and experience gained
with performance and career dialogues. and wealth. Smith was no outlier. Since from previous science courses. Specific
at least Aristotle, philosophers have units include: momentum and impulses,
COURSE: BMC 353 | 20 Hours | $445
had interesting and provocative things forces and fields, electromagnetic
Find this course on pages 17, 25
to say about money. In this class, you radiation, and atomic physics.
will look at a few of them and discuss
Prerequisite: Physics 20, Physics I
issues such as money and the nature
PERFORMANCE MEASURES
of value, the ethics of wealth and COURSE: UPG 230 | 39 Hours | $475
FOR ORGANIZATIONS
charity, and moneys relationship to Find this course on page 7
Understand the critical components
happiness. This will involve covering
of a high performance organization.
why Aristotle thought banking was evil,
Topics include: balanced scorecard,
why Adam Smith thought ambition was
performance measures, competency
a curse, and what a Nobel Prize winning
design and development and types of
economist has to say about how much it
performance management systems:
costs to be happy.
competency-based, results-based,
multi-rater (360). In this course you will COURSE: FIF 620 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
be able to demonstrate your knowledge Find this course on page 22
of both theory and practical application
of performance measures.
COURSE: BMC 150 | 20 Hours | $445
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POLITICS IN THE CITY: PROJECT MANAGEMENT: PROJECT QUALITY


EVERYTHING YOU HR AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT
NEED TO KNOW ABOUT Examine strategies to organize project Discover the concepts and
CALGARY POLITICS teams as well as to communicate fundamentals of quality management,
Local politics is a bit of a puzzle. On effectively with all project stakeholders. their purpose, importance and value
the one hand, its the closest level of Focus on the development of human to the success of a project. Focus on
government to our everyday lives, resource and communication planning quality planning, costs, requirements,
providing services so essential that their for project success. and reporting metrics; highlighting
absence would be almost immediately the benefits of Quality Management
COURSE: BMC 302 | 15 Hours | $585
felt, such as police, fire service, water, to the overall effectiveness
Find this course on page 26
and garbage collection. On the other and efficiency of a project.
hand, it has the lowest voter interest.
COURSE: BMC 300 | 15 Hours | $585
In 2004, just 19 per cent of Calgarians
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Find this course on page 26
turned out to select its city council.
LEVEL I
Gain the knowledge you need to easily
This course provides a general
follow local politics, in Calgary and
overview of all the project management PRONUNCIATION
elsewhere. Well discuss: What powers
processes and knowledge areas as If you have moderate pronunciation
do city councils actually have? How do
documented in A Guide to the Project difficulties, this course provides
city budgets and property taxes work?
Management Body of Knowledge you with a detailed and systematic
Why don't people turn out to vote?
(PMBOK Guide) Fifth Edition. study of the sounds and patterns of
What role do property developers play
These areas and processes are: scope, Canadian English. The focus is not only
in local politics?
time, cost, and risk management, on effective speech production and
COURSE: FIF 631 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST with quality, human resource, auditory discrimination, but also on
Find this course on page 22 communications, procurement, improved oral presentation techniques.
and stakeholder management.
Prerequisite: ENL 4 or placement test
COURSE: BMC 299 | 40 Hours | $745
PROCUREMENT AND COURSE: ENL 415 | 30 Hours | $325
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CONTRACT MANAGEMENT Find this course on page 14
Explore the project procurement
processes, from the initial procurement
PROJECT MANAGEMENT:
decision, through the solicitation PUBLIC RELATIONS
LEVEL II
process, to contract award Organizations, including corporations,
In this advanced course study in
administration, and closure. Also cover government and not-for-profit,
depth the monitoring and controlling
effective strategies to successfully understand the important role of
process group. Cover the knowledge
manage key partners and vendors, and strategic communications in their
areas studied in Level I in more detail
again tools and techniques to manage success. This course is for you if you: are
so that you can prepare the proper
the contract life cycle. a beginning practitioner responsible for
documentation for a project plan. The
communications, work in conjunction
COURSE: BMC 301 | 15 Hours | $585 emphasis is on the development of
with the communications team within
Find this course on page 26 project monitoring and control skills.
your organization, or want to better
This course follows the methodology
understand the valuable contributions
of A Guide to the Project Management
communications can make to
PROJECT MANAGEMENT Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide)
organizations and the community.
PROFESSIONAL (PMP) Fifth Edition.
What is public relations and its various
EXAM PREPARATION
Prerequisite: BMC 299 Project elements? What is its strategic role
Prepare for the Project Management
Management: Level I and how does it fit within a broader
Professional PMP exam to complete
communications context, including
the PMP certification. This highly COURSE: BMC 266 | 40 Hours | $745
marketing and advertising, research,
interactive course uses different Find this course on pages 25, 26
and future trends? This course relies
activities to practise test questions.
on class participation and practical
Apply project management
application of learning.
concepts, terms, methods and best
practices that will help you build COURSE: BMC 119 | 40 Hours | $595
the confidence needed to satisfy Find this course on pages 25, 27
the PMP exam requirements.
COURSE: BMC 308 | 40 Hours | $745
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PUBLISHING AND REAL ESTATE LAW RELATIONAL DATABASES
PROMOTING YOUR WORK This course examines the legal FUNDAMENTALS
You will learn about the process of issues involved in the acquisition, This course introduces students
getting your work published through development, management and to the principles behind designing
study, practice, peer and instructor disposition of real estate. Topics a well formed relational database
feedback, and assignments. This course include: offers, purchase and sale management system (RDMS) that
will prepare you to seek publication agreements, organization of the optimizes the storage and retrieval of
with a fiction or non-fiction manuscript ownership entity, financing, mortgages, data. Also learn how to utilize the SQL
using traditional or self-publishing. construction, taxation, and leasing. language for creating, manipulating and
Learn the complexities of establishing securing the various database objects
COURSE: CPE 111 | 18 Hours | $589
an author platform, growing a social that are used in a RDMS.
Find this course on page 27
media presence, and submitting to
COURSE: ICT 128 | 30 Hours | $825
an agent and publisher. Additional
Find this course on page 28
topics include the nuts and bolts
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
of publishing; book design, making
In the battle for talent, the
a publication deal, contracts and
recruitment and selection function REQUIREMENTS ANALYSIS
royalties. Assignments will allow you
takes on increased organizational AND DESIGN
to create a professional query letter,
significance. This course offers This course introduces the International
author biography and marketing plan
a comprehensive overview of Institute of Business Analysis Body of
for a current or future book project.
recruitment and selection methods, Knowledge (BABOK) area requirements
COURSE: WRI 330 | 30 Hours | $575 tools, and resources. Topics include: analysis and design definition.
Find this course on page 31 internal and external recruitment,
COURSE: ICT 762 | 30 Hours | $825
conventional and e-cruitment
Find this course on page 9
methods, interview methods and
PYTHON LEVEL 1 NEW techniques, use of psychometric
Learn the fundamentals of the tools, referencing, employment
RESOLVING CONFLICT ON THE
Python programming language, contracts and a successful launch.
FRONTLINE: DEMONSTRATING
Python interactive environment and
COURSE: BMC 178 | 30 Hours | $495 LEADERSHIP AT WORK
PyCharm Integrated Development
Find this course on pages 17, 25 All members of organizations are
Environment (IDE). Focus on
expected and often required to handle
best practices for writing, testing
workplace conflicts effectively, yet
and debugging Python code.
REGULATIONS, ROLES, AND this can be a challenging task. This
COURSE: ICT 781 | 30 Hours | $825 RESPONSIBILITIES FOR HSE course will give you knowledge and
Find this course on page 28 PROFESSIONALS skills for assessing workplace conflict,
Gain valuable insight into regulatory determining whether a collaborative
and ethical aspects of managing process or a more formal intervention
REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT an occupational health and safety process is needed and choosing the
AND FINANCE program. Explore common concepts best intervention approach. You will
Finance is possibly the most critical in provincial and federal occupational practise analyzing workplace conflicts,
aspect of a development project. health and safety law, including due and using a collaborative process to
This course provides the fundamental diligence and the internal responsibility intervene as a third party. You will
building blocks for economic feasibility system. Discuss ethical perspectives learn to demonstrate leadership in
analysis. Learn to conduct a net present around individual rights and employer addressing conflict in ways that move
value analysis for a development responsibilities such as worker benefits, all people involved towards mutually
concept of your choosing. You will gain WCB premiums, employer obligations, agreeable solutions.
an understanding of the economic and work refusal provisions. Learn
Prerequisite: PDS 001 Foundations of
principles that drive real estate strategies to reduce risk, increase
Collaborative Conflict Resolution, or
development decisions, financing compliance, and ensure that your
PDS 002 Foundations of Collaborative
options, and many aspects of the organization is meeting its legal
Conflict Resolution: Workplace Focus;
development process itself. requirements. Prerequisite:"
and, PDS 185 Negotiation Skills Level I
COURSE: CPE 119 | 18 Hours | $589 Prerequisite: BMC 104 Health and Safety
COURSE: PDS 009 | 21 Hours | $625
Find this course on page 27 Management Systems: The Basics
Find this course on page 12
COURSE: BMC 317 | 30 Hours | $550
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RISK ASSESSMENT RISK MANAGEMENT SEASONAL CONTAINERS:


AND TREATMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES FESTIVE ARRANGEMENTS
Risk assessment processes help Formerly BMC 100 Risk Assessment. Wanting to add some festive
organizations to identify non- Students who have taken BMC 100 arrangements to your home this
speculative and speculative risks, and should not take this course. Develop holiday season? Explore some design
make decisions regarding whether an enterprise-wide perspective of techniques and decorative trends
risk treatment is needed. Gain a risk by applying risk management by hands-on examples of wreaths
broad understanding of assessment concepts to four major categories: and swag for indoor or outdoor use.
and treatment techniques that can hazard (insurable) operational, Greenery and colour in a festive
help an organization to prepare financial, and strategic. This course composition will be the finishing feature
for, and effectively deal with, broadens our understanding of risk for your home while decorating for the
potential hazards or insurable risks. management from its traditional focus holidays. The winter will be brighter
Understand a number of risk control on accidental losses to include all risks and more beautiful with home-made
techniques and their application to an organization may face. Learn about arrangements, adding creativity and
situations involving accidental loss global risk management standards a touch of zest to your life! There is
to property, personnel, environment such as ISO 31000 and the COSO ERM hands-on participation in this course.
and income. Discuss emerging risks Integrated Framework, and discuss Students will take home a large starter
in social media, regulations, supply various risk identification and analysis container containing greenery and
chain management, crime and techniques in detail. Apply rudimentary festive components. Material costs
cyber space. It is recommended that analytical tools to assess financial risk extra. Students are asked to bring
students complete BMC 327 Risk in areas of financial leverage, liquidity $40.00 cash to first class and paid to
Management Principles and Practices risk, and capital investment risk. Risk instructor to cover the materials.
prior to enrolling in this course. oversight, monitoring, and assurance
COURSE: LAN 114 | 5 Hours | $110 + GST
are discussed from the perspective of
COURSE: BMC 326 | 40 Hours | $595 Find this course on page 18
governance and internal control. This
Find this course on page 25
course relies heavily on insurance based
content consistent with risk assessment
SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
and risk management principles.
RISK FINANCING Develop your understanding of
Gain a broad overview of risk financing COURSE: BMC 327 | 40 Hours | $595 the role of security management
as one of numerous risk treatment Find this course on page 25 in organizations, current practices,
options. Techniques for estimating loss prevention, and the laws and
hazard-related losses and transferring regulations affecting the profession.
hazard loss through the use of insurance RUSSIAN 1 Topics include: security-related
are examined. This course focuses on In this conversationally oriented course functions; determining exposure,
alternative financing techniques for learn useful phrases, basic grammar, risk and liability as they relate
hazard risk including insurance, self- and how to read the Russian alphabet. to loss through crime or other
insurance, retrospective rating, captive perils; the art of crime forecasting
COURSE: RUS 101 | 25 Hours | $295 + GST
insurance, and contractual risk transfer. and contingency planning.
Find this course on page 19
Methods for transferring financial
COURSE: BMC 159 | 40 Hours | $595
and hazard risk to capital markets are
Find this course on pages 25, 28
explored in detail.
COURSE: BMC 182 | 40 Hours | $595
Find this course on page 25 SIGN LANGUAGE 101
Signing Naturally is a highly acclaimed
program that is recognized as the finest
and most effective teaching system
in North America. Study American
Sign Language and better understand
the deaf community and its culture.
Learn to introduce yourself, exchange
personal information and talk about
your surroundings.
COURSE: ASL 101 | 36 Hours | $375
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SIGN LANGUAGE 102 SPANISH 2 SPANISH 7
A continuation of Level 101 designed You should be comfortable saying basic In the final level of formal language
for personal interest or for those phrases and forming simple sentences training, fine points of grammar are
wishing to work toward a career in in the present tense. Expand your highlighted as students continue to
interpretation with the deaf or hard of knowledge of grammar and vocabulary, build vocabulary and improve their
hearing. Learn to talk about your family, and learn more about the culture of the speaking and writing skills. This class
tell about activities, give directions Spanish-speaking countries. is taught in Spanish.
and describe others. Individual
Prerequisite: SPA 101 Spanish 1 Prerequisite: SPA 106 Spanish 6
participation and group interaction
with the instructor will be encouraged. COURSE: SPA 102 | 30 Hours | $325 COURSE: SPA 907 | 30 Hours | $325
Students are assessed through group Find this course on page 19 Find this course on page 19
conversation with the instructor.
Prerequisite: ASL 101 Sign Language 101
SPANISH 3 SPANISH CONVERSATION 1
COURSE: ASL 102 | 36 Hours | $375 Reinforce your knowledge of the basic Build your speaking and listening skills
Find this course on page 18 grammatical structures and learn how in this beginner Spanish conversational
to talk about past events. Continue class. Develop conversational strategies,
to build vocabulary and improve your improve listening comprehension,
SIGN LANGUAGE 201 listening and speaking skills. reinforce grammar skills, and build
To better understand the Deaf vocabulary and common expressions in
Prerequisite: SPA 102 Spanish 2
community and its culture, expand class and small-group discussions.
on vocabulary and grammar COURSE: SPA 103 | 30 Hours | $325
Prerequisite: SPA 104 Spanish 4
introduced in Level 1. In a classroom Find this course on page 19
setting discuss people in an abstract COURSE: SPA 410 | 30 Hours | $325
way and learn to narrate events Find this course on page 20
that occurred in the past. Discover SPANISH 4
appropriate cultural behaviours for Learn how to talk about the past
directing and maintaining attention events using both the preterit and the SPANISH CONVERSATION 3
and strategies, such as controlling imperfect past tenses. Practice your Continue to improve your speaking
the pace of the conversation and conversational and writing skills while and listening skills in this high-
resuming conversations after an gaining more insight into the cultural intermediate conversational class.
interruption. Individual participation aspects of the Spanish-speaking world. Master conversational strategies, build
and group interaction with the This class is taught mainly in Spanish. vocabulary, and review grammar while
instructor will be encouraged. discussing various cultural topics,
Prerequisite: SPA 103 Spanish 3
Students are assessed through group current world issues, and readings from
conversation with the instructor. COURSE: SPA 104 | 30 Hours | $325 Spanish literature.
Find this course on page 19
Prerequisite: ASL 103 Sign Language 103. Prerequisite: SPA 907 Spanish 7

COURSE: ASL 201 | 36 Hours | $395 COURSE: SPA 430 | 30 Hours | $325
Find this course on page 18 SPANISH 5 Find this course on page 20
The focus of this course is the present
subjunctive mood and the accompanying
SPANISH 1 grammatical structures. Continue to SPANISH CONVERSATION 4
With little or no experience in Spanish, build vocabulary and practice your This conversation class, taught entirely in
you are welcome in our interactive speaking and writing skills. This class is Spanish, will help students improve their
classes that focus on speaking the taught mainly in Spanish. oral skills further in an informal setting.
language. Saying basic phrases,
Prerequisite: SPA 104 Spanish 4 Prerequisite: SPA 909 Spanish 9
pronouncing words correctly, asking
questions and telling time are covered. COURSE: SPA 105 | 30 Hours | $325 COURSE: SPA 124 | 20 Hours | $275
There will be an introduction to articles, Find this course on page 19 Find this course on page 20
adjectives, pronouns and verbs in the
present tense.
COURSE: SPA 101 | 30 Hours | $295 + GST
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SPANISH FOR TRAVELLERS 1 STRATEGIC WRITING SUSTAINABILITY


Planning a visit to a Spanish-speaking FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS FUNDAMENTALS
country? Learn some basic phrases AND MARKETING Change through rapid industrialization,
to make your travels more interesting Learn the information necessary to population growth, resource depletion
and enjoyable. You will learn how to achieve public relations writing success, and information technology affect our
pronounce words correctly and pick including how to write and format health, happiness and quality of life.
up some travel tips from your teacher. documents such as news releases, Expand your knowledge and awareness
Grammar is not the focus of this course. advisories, media kits, backgrounders, of sustainability by exploring a wide
and fact sheets through study, practice, range of perspectives and values that
COURSE: SPA 131 | 25 Hours | $275 + GST
peer and instructor feedback, and influence sustainable development.
Find this course on page 20
assignments. Continue with practice This course examines the concept of
in marketing and advertising writing sustainability meeting the needs of
which may include: advertisements for the present without compromising the
SPANISH MODULE I
print, radio, or television, proposals; needs of the future by offering a new
This course provides a foundation
sales; direct mail; fund raising and more. lens on these challenges and our world.
for continuous language learning for
We will discuss the latest methods
anyone wishing to travel or work in a BMC 364 | 40 Hours | $649
used in the industry such as engaging
Spanish-speaking environment. These Find this course on pages 26, 29
audiences through the web, social
courses are conversation-based and
media, and blogs.
are applicable to business and social
situations. Bring your own lunch. Prerequisite: WRI 150 Writing in the Workplace TAXATION OF CANADIAN OIL
AND GAS COMPANIES
COURSE: SPA 301 | 10 Hours | $169 + GST COURSE: WRI 230 | 30 Hours | $575
This course is designed for professionals
Find this course on page 20 Find this course on pages 27, 31
interested in Canadian taxation of the
petroleum industry. Topics include:
resource expenditure classifications,
STRATEGIC PLANNING STRESS AND FATIGUE
intangible and tangible costs, resource
Learn the concepts and processes of MANAGEMENT
property acquisitions and dispositions,
strategic planning, and understand Research tells us that fatigue is four
oil and gas production taxation, federal
why it is essential for the success of times more likely to cause workplace
and provincial considerations, flow-
your organization. Discover how to set impairment than drugs or alcohol,
through shares, successor deductions,
strategic objectives and action plans in and that stress impacts overall worker
partnership, corporate reorganizations,
order to realize your mission. Experience well-being and work performance.
inbound and outbound foreign
a planning session firsthand from defining Numerous strategies exist to help
investment, and scientific research and
the vision to identifying the activities organizations mitigate these hazards and
experimental development.
needed to meet stated outcomes. improve workplace environments. Gain
an understanding of the science and COURSE: PDS 227 | 16 Hours | $560 + GST
COURSE: BMC 161 | 40 Hours | $595
workplace factors influencing stress and Find this course on page 21
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fatigue. Also, learn practical strategies to
recognize and assess stress and fatigue
risks in an organization, and more TEACHING PRACTICUM ESL
importantly, learn how to implement Observe an experienced ESL teacher
current best practices to effectively in a classroom setting and complete
manage these hazards. paper-based recordings of ten hours
of observations. Apply the knowledge
COURSE: BMC 350 | 30 Hours | $550
and skills learned during the program
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in a supervised practice setting. Teach
ten hours of lessons that you have
planned. Receive feedback in the form of
recommendations from your supervising
teacher. All practicum observations
and practice teaching will take place
at the University of Calgary or other
approved Calgary ESL providers.
Prerequisite: TSL Level 1 Certificate courses

COURSE: TSL 109 | 20 Hours | $515


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TEACHING PRACTICUMS TEACHING SKILLS TECHNOCREEP: THE
ESL (30/50 HOURS) NEW AND SYSTEMS 2 ESL SURRENDER OF PRIVACY
These practicum courses provide Become aware of current classroom AND THE CAPITALIZATION
you with an opportunity to observe techniques that promote listening OF INTIMACY
an experienced ESL teacher in a and speaking. Be introduced to the Technology continues to move in
classroom setting and complete communicative method of second new and very creepy ways. Hackers
paper-based recordings of 20/30 language learning through group have figured out ways to take over
hours of observations. In addition, discussion, modeling, games and your thermostat and grab control of
you will apply the knowledge and activities. Then, discover how sounds your car on the highway. Large and
skills learned during the program in a are produced in a variety of languages small companies have fallen victim to
supervised practice setting. You will and what practical teaching techniques paralyzing ransomware, and nosy people
teach 10/20 hours of lessons that you you can use to correct common can watch you through the camera in
have planned. You will receive feedback problems with pronunciation in a your smartphone or your Smart TV.
in the form of recommendations second language. Gain familiarity with Part of this fast-paced session will be
from your supervising teacher. the international phonetic alphabet. devoted to ways to minimize your digital
All practicum observations and footprint and become info stingy.
COURSE: TSL 122 | 30 Hours | $515
practice teaching will take place at Glimpse the scary world of biohacking
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the University of Calgary or other where people are using biological
approved Calgary ESL providers. tools to cook up whole new life forms.
Well also look at some technologies
Prerequisite: TSL Level 1 Certificate courses TECHNICAL WRITING
that are just around the corner and
AND DOCUMENTATION
COURSE: TSL 118 | 30 Hours | $755 that may have profound impact on the
Learn to effectively communicate
COURSE: TSL 119 | 50 Hours | $1,255 way we are born and how we live our
information to your audience by
Find this course on page 29 lives. This course requires no technical
applying relevant concepts and tools to
background and is suitable for everyone
help you make sense of various writing
who is prepared to be a little bit creeped
tasks. Develop your ability to analyze
TEACHING SKILLS out. There is enough new information
written information and use structure
AND SYSTEMS 1 ESL for those who have taken the course
to reinforce its meaning and make the
Explore both theoretical and practical previously and want to repeat it.
message clear. Produce writing samples
aspects of specific skills in learning a
based on documents including reports, COURSE: FIF 612 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
second language. Review what is known
policies and procedures, proposals, Find this course on page 22
about the reading and writing process
summaries, manuals, and user guides.
including communicating well to be
Learn through study, practice, peer and
heard and understood, and reading
instructor feedback, and assignments. THE BERLIN WALL: TALES
and writing for specific purposes.
OF DIVISION AND UNITY
Next review what is known about COURSE: WRI 215 | 30 Hours | $575
The fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 was
teaching grammar in a second language Find this course on page 31
a significant turning point in world
while concentrating on pedagogical
history, not only marking the end of
techniques. Cover critical and
the Cold War but a new chapter in
innovative approaches to grammar and
international democratic freedoms.
learn specific strategies for teaching
But how can we explain the building of
grammar in a second language. Finally,
such a dividing monument? How can
cover systematic and principled
we account for its fall in 1989? And how
procedures for teaching vocabulary.
does the Wall influence our lives today?
COURSE: TSL 121 | 30 Hours | $515 Commemorating the 25th anniversary
Find this course on page 29 of the unification of Germany, this
course examines the historical context
of Cold War Europe and the intimate
stories of the people. Students will
be exposed to recently declassified
archival documents and multimedia
from the Checkpoint Charlie Museum
in Berlin as well as guest speakers who
grew up in divided Germany.
COURSE: FIF 619 | 6 Hours | $75 + GST
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course descriptions

THE SOCIAL HISTORY OF TRAIN THE TRAINER 2 TYPOGRAPHY


VICTORIAN BRITAIN: A In this Level 2 workshop, build and Develop your understanding of
RESPECTABLE SOCIETY NEW enhance your skills as a trainer in a typography in relation to expressive,
Victorian Britain is often defined by face-to-face learning environment. text and image-based content. Learn
its prescriptive respectability and Explore the major steps in designing an about the functional and formal
this stereotypical view has given effective training program, learn how properties of type. An understanding
rise to both derision and admiration. to align learning activities with learning of format, hierarchy, legibility, clarity
This course looks at the roots, rise, outcomes and develop your skills in and type as the carrier of meaning will
notions, and results of respectability evaluating training effectiveness. In be investigated. Discover the important
in British 19th century society. Its addition, chart your progress through roles of shape, size, personality and
examination of the social practices verbal and written feedback from other choosing the appropriate typeface
and norms will allow the Victorian students and the instructor. play in good design, which leads
Britons to emerge from their frequent to effective communication.
Prerequisite: ADL 139 Train the Trainer 1
portrayal as staid and boring. Topics
COURSE: ART 316 | 30 Hours | $395
include marriage and family, death, COURSE: ADL 239 | 15 Hours | $425
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class expectations, work and leisure. Find this course on page 8

COURSE: FIF 218 | 20 Hours | $295 + GST


Find this course on page 20 UNDERSTANDING AND
TSL LEVEL 2
PREPARING FOR RETIREMENT
Examine theories of first and second
Explore retirement within the context
language acquisition and consider
TOEFL TEST PREPARATION of both traditional and current models,
how learners' first language affects
For students with a high level as well as the concepts of change and
their learning of another language.
competence, this demanding course transition and implications on planning a
Discuss the unique challenges of
further prepares students for the successful retirement. Explore 15 factors
teaching children, youth and adults,
internationally recognized Test Of in key life arenas of family, relationships,
as well as teaching students at
English as a Foreign Language. Focus work/career, leisure and spirituality. If you
different proficiency levels. Learn
on perfecting your reading, writing, are looking to reinvent your future years,
concrete approaches for reaching
speaking, listening and test taking skills. this course will provide the information
learners with various learning styles
Be prepared to be challenged. necessary to assess current and future
and help students to develop their
plans towards making retirement a
Prerequisite: ENL 3 ESL 3, or placement test autonomy and learning strategies.
reality. This course is not a financial
Finally, consider principles and
COURSE: ENL 430 | 60 Hours | $500 planning course. NOTE: An optional
techniques for effective verbal and
Find this course on page 14 online assessment tool will be available.
written correction and feedback.
Please bring a cheque for $53.95 to the
Prerequisite: TSL Level 1 Certificate courses first class if you wish to purchase. This
TRAIN THE TRAINER 1 tool is not required for the course.
COURSE: TSL 124 | 30 Hours | $515
What are the characteristics of an
Find this course on page 29 COURSE: PIW 125 | 12 Hours | $275 + GST
outstanding trainer? Throughout this
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workshop, explore the key skills and
techniques that result in successful
TSL FUNDAMENTALS ESL
face-to-face training. Learn how
Be introduced to the field of learning
to establish a positive learning
and teaching a second language.
environment. Use a variety of training
Become familiar with the terminology
techniques, and ensure that individual
used generally in the realm of second
and group needs are met. Demonstrate
language teaching and specifically in
your new skills through practice
the TSL Certificate program. Then focus
presentations. Be prepared for an
on principles of classroom management
active and engaging experience. This
and lesson planning. This will include
workshop is intended for workplace
concepts such as increasing student
trainers and adult and continuing
interaction in the classroom, using
education instructors.
effective teacher language and logical
COURSE: ADL 139 | 20 Hours | $525 staging of various lesson types.
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COURSE: TSL 120 | 40 Hours | $615
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VISUAL ANALYTICS NEW WRITING A NOVEL: WRITING IN THE WORKPLACE
This foundational course focuses on FIRST DRAFT Successful communicators know
the design and implementation of Writing a novel is a challenging and that effective writing is essential
interactive computer visualization exciting journey. Through practical in a variety of professions. You will
techniques for the analysis, experience, learn to write fiction develop your writing skills through
comprehension, and explanation uncritically for quantity, write to a working on correspondence, such as
of large collections of abstract deadline, meet daily word-count letters, memos, and email; as well as
information. The application of goals and sketch an entire story arc. summaries, reports and/or proposals.
principles from perception, information Topics include character and scene Topics include: composition, writing
visualization, interaction and visual development, dialogue, narration, and clearly, grammar, sentence structure,
analytics will be covered. Practical plot creation. Your goal is to have a writing across cultures, and ethical
skills for using tools for cleaning up 50,000-word first draft by the end of writing. Ample opportunity for writing
data, creating interactive visualizations, the course. Suitable for all genres. is available through exercises and
conducting exploratory analysis and assignments, and feedback on your
Prerequisite: WRI 140 Creative
deriving insights from large datasets writing is provided by peers as well as
Writing Exploration
will be emphasized. by the instructor.
COURSE: WRI 460 | 30 Hours | $575
COURSE: ICT 774 | 30 Hours | $975 COURSE: WRI 150 | 40 Hours | $775
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WRITING EFFECTIVE
WATER QUALITY WRITING POETRY
ONLINE CONTENT NEW
The chemistry and biology of water is Poetry has the capacity to remake and
Content Marketing is the overall
the focus of this course. Study water translate the things of the world into
strategy to create and distribute
sampling and analysis from many new ways of thinking about them. We
relevant and compelling online
perspectives water management have been drawn to poetry since before
content that will attract, retain
planning and municipal drinking the written language. You will explore a
and motivate readers. Learn how
water to treatment of wastewater and toolbox of poetic techniques and how
to write engaging online content,
contaminant remediation. Learn about to locate, write and edit your own work.
based on the information needs of
regulatory requirements, improving We will examine closely how simile and
a clearly defined audience and the
water monitoring programs, and metaphor, classical forms, rhythm and
organization's business goals. Explore
ensuring accurate, reliable results. rhyme operate in the design of poetry,
theory and practice, and test concepts
as well as contemporary Spoken Word.
COURSE: BMC 246 | 30 Hours | $550 through weekly exercises. With
Find this course on page 14 guidance from the instructor, give Prerequisite: WRI 140 Creative
and receive constructive feedback in Writing Exploration
a supportive writing environment.
COURSE: WRI 420 | 30 Hours | $575
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 1
COURSE: WRI 350 | 20 Hours | $575 Find this course on page 31
In wedding photography, you have
Find this course on pages 26, 31
only one chance to get it right! Develop
your technical skills and creative styles.
WRITING WELL
Focus on the wedding day process from
Writing is at the heart of professional,
start to finish with demonstrations and
personal and creative communication,
live models. Take your photography
and is, therefore, a critical skill in
skills and confidence to the next level,
many realms. To write well, you
learning how to take great photographs
must be familiar with audience,
in any conditions. There will be hands-
purpose, form and style as well as
on training, critiques and a field trip.
the mechanics of writing. Learn the
Prerequisite: PHO 101 Photography 1 essential skills to be successful at
getting your intended message across
COURSE: PHO 123 | 21 Hours | $270
to a variety of audiences through
Find this course on pages 23, 31
study, practice, peer and instructor
feedback, and assignments.
COURSE: WRI 110 | 30 Hours | $575
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