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					     Upper Grand District School Board
     ContinUinG EDUCAtion

                                   FALL 2011




    Your guide to : Computer training, eSL ,
   intereSt & LeiSure CourSeS, night SChooL
eLora/FerguS   (519-323-4840)   gueLph   (519-836-7280)

           www.ugdsb.on.ca/coned
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                                                                                 CONTINUING EDUCATION FALL 2011

                                                                                   News & Notes
                                                                              PROGRAMS                                DAYTIME COURSES
                                                                  Continuing Education serves all                Some courses are offered during the day
                                                                  residents of Wellington and Dufferin           and/or in the evening. If you prefer daytime
                                                                  Counties. In this guide, you will find         classes, please note in the course title
                                                                  courses offered in Elora, Fergus, and          those courses that are offered during the
tabLe oF ContentS
                                                                  Guelph areas. A guide listing courses          day.
                                                                  available in Mount Forest, Harriston,
Career Skills Training . . . . . . . . . . . . .33                Palmerston, Drayton, and Arthur is also                   WINTER 2012
Computer Courses                                                  published. If you would like to receive the
                                                                  North Wellington Guide, please contact our     Watch for our Winter 2012 course
    Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9   Mount Forest office at 519-323-4840. For       guide at your door or view online at
                                                                  programs offered in Dufferin County, please    www.udgsb.on.ca/coned in late December.
    Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
                                                                  call the Learning Enterprise in Orangeville
    Computer Skills for the                                       at 519-941-2661.
                                                                                                                  INSTRUCTORS WANTED
    Workplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
                                                                           FERGUS/ELORA                          Are you interested in becoming an instructor
    Correspondence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26                                                               in our growing Continuing Education
                                                                  Registrations for Fergus & Elora courses       program? Share with others your specific
English as a Second Language . . .34                              are handled through our Mount Forest           skills, special interests, and unique talents.
                                                                  office. Please call 519-323-4840 to register   Call 519-836-7280 ext. 613.
                                                                  or for more information. See pages 22-25
Interest & Leisure Courses                                        for course listings.
                                                                                                                    EARN YOUR DIPLOMA
    Guelph . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4                   SPONSOR                          Your High School Diploma is not as far off
    Fergus & Elora . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22                                                           as you may think. Many adults are eligible
                                                                  Continuing Education is sponsored by the       for up to twelve maturity credits. Some
    Literacy & Basic Skills . . . . . . . . . .26
                                                                  Upper Grand District School Board.             need only four courses to graduate. To find
Registration Information                                          Principal - Murray Shannon                     out how close you are:
                                                                  Vice Principal - Steve Magee                   1) Obtain a transcript of your marks from
    Day Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28                                                                your last High School.
                                                                               Before you recycle - reuse!       2) Make an appointment at
    Interest & Leisure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3                          Please share this publication
                                                                               with a friend or neighbour.          519-836-7280 ext. 627.
    Night School Credit . . . . . . . . . . . .30

Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44

School Locations and Maps . . . . . .43
              Design & layout by:
                Ken Schickler
                 Design|Print|Web
                  Waterloo, Ontario
                   519-580-9654




                                                                  View this course Guide online at:
                                                                      www.ugdsb.on.ca/coned
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                             FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION




  REGISTRATION




                                                                                                                                         Registration
For your convenience, we offer a variety of ways to register for our
Interest & Leisure Courses. Please call us at 519-836-7280 if you have
any questions or need any other assistance.
                          PHONE-IN                                                          FEE PAYING
Have credit card and course listings handy!                             • Payment must accompany your registration.
Guelph: Call 519-836-7280
                                                                        • Fees payable to: Wellington Centre for Continuing
Fergus/Elora: Call 519-323-4840
                                                                          Education.
Monday-Friday, 9 am - 4 pm
                                                                        • HST is included in course fees.
                            MAIL-IN                                     • No post-dated cheques please.

Make cheque payable to: Wellington Centre for Continuing Education      • Cash, Cheque, Debit, VISA, or MASTERCARD accepted.
Send form (see back cover) & cheque or credit card information to:
Wellington Centre for Continuing Education                                              REFUND POLICY
1428 Gordon St., Guelph, ON N1L 1C8
                                                                        • Full refund if course cancelled by Continuing Education.
                            WALK-IN                                     • A $10.00 administration fee will be charged if you cancel
                                                                          before the course starts.
Continuing Education General Office
1428 Gordon St., Guelph, ON N1L 1C8                                     • No refund on one night courses.
After Hours: Use Drop Box at front entrance.                            • Failure to attend is not considered a withdrawal.
                                                                        • Supply fee included in course cost is non-refundable.
                                 FAX
Continuing Education 519-837-0244                                                    GENERAL POLICIES
Include credit card information, address & phone.
                                                                        • Attend first class, unless notified. Check start date of
                    FERGUS / ELORA                                        class.
                                                                        • First come, first served.
Registrations for Fergus & Elora courses are handled through our
Mount Forest office. Please call 519-323-4840 to register or for more   • Payment must be received before the course begins to
information. See page 22-25 for course listings.                          confirm your place in the class.
                                                                        • No smoking on school property.
                           WEBSITE                                      • Continuing Education courses are designed primarily for
View this Course Guide online at:                                         adults. If anyone under 16 years of age wishes to attend
www.ugdsb.on.ca/coned                                                     an adult course, permission must be granted by the
and follow the Continuing Education link.                                 instructor.
                                                                        • In the event of school closure due to inclement weather,
                                                                          classes may not be rescheduled.



     WATCH FOR THE WINTER 2012 COURSE GUIDE, AVAILABLE JANUARY 2012!
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     ARCHAEOLOGY – HISTORY LECTURE SERIES


                                       FALL 2011


    Monday, September 26 – Dr. Bernd Steinbock, Department of Classical Studies, University of
    Western Ontario
    THE ANCIENT BATTLE OF MARATHON, GREECE: HISTORY AND MYSTIQUE

    Monday, October 3 – Dr. Renée Worringer, Department of History, University of Guelph
    A WOLF IN DOG’S CLOTHING? A SHORT HISTORY OF SHEEPHERDING

    Monday, October 17 – Dr. Andrew Sherwood, Department of Classical Studies, University of
    Guelph
    AN ARCHAEOLOGIST ASSESSES THE SCULPTURE OF THE TEMPLE OF ZEUS AT
    OLYMPIA, GREECE, A WONDER OF THE ANCIENT WORLD: MERE DECORATION OR A
    CULTURAL STATEMENT?

    Monday, October 24 – Dr. Donald Bruce, Dean of Arts, University of Guelph
    CYRANO DE BERGERAC (1619 – 1655): HOW DID A BOLD FREE THINKER OF THE
    17TH CENTURY BECOME A LONG-NOSED UNHAPPY LOVER OF THE 19TH CENTURY?

    Tuesday, November 1 – Dr. Vic Satzewich, Department of Sociology, McMaster University
    THE RUSSIAN FAMINE OF 1921: CLAIMS AND COUNTER CLAIMS ABOUT FEEDING
    ‘BOLSHEVIK’ CHILDREN

    Monday, November 7 – Dr. Mary Rubio, Prof. Emer., Department of English, University of
    Guelph
    LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY IN ONTARIO (AND GUELPH)
    Dr. Rubio is author of the acclaimed biography, Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Gift of Wings

    Monday, November 14 – Dr. Sofie Lachapelle, Department of History, University of Guelph
    PLAYING WITH SCIENCE: THE HISTORY OF SCIENTIFIC TOYS FOR CHILDREN




                      SERIES FACILITATORS – Ken and JoAnne Oldridge

              The cost of the series is $50.00 (Includes HST)
              Lectures will be held at Centennial C.V.I., 289 College Ave. W., Guelph, Rm B104
              Lectures will begin at 7:30 p.m. and end approx. at 9:30 p.m.
              TO REGISTER:
              Phone – Wellington Centre for Continuing Education – 519 836-7280
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                                                    FOCUS ON DRAWING                                 WATERCOLOUR FOR BEGINNERS
                   ARTS                             Build a strong foundation for your explo-        (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
                                                    rations in visual art. This course covers the    This course is designed specifically for the
ACRYLIC PAINTING (DAYTIME)                          fundamentals of good drawing technique.          beginner. We will explore how paint, paper




                                                                                                                                                      Arts & Crafts
Discover the versatility of acrylic painting. In    New techniques will be introduced each           and water work together to make beautiful
this experimental workshop format we will           class, followed by the opportunity to explore    and interesting creations. Supply list will be
explore acrylics with traditional techniques.       using them in a full drawing. Lots of personal   mailed. (No class Oct. 10)
A supply list will be mailed.                       guidance from the instructor is available and    Instructor: Lorraine McDonald
                                                    full utilization of all learned techniques is    1.) Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9:30 pm, 10 Wks
Instructor: Blanca Canales                          encouraged.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 10-12 noon, 8 Wks                                                                 J. F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 210
                                                    Instructor: Jane Finoro
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                                                    Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9 pm, 8 Wks                 2.) Friday, Sept. 23, 1-3:30 pm, 10 Wks
Fee: $90.00
                                                    Guelph C.V.I., Rm 15                             Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
ART STUDIO (DAYTIME)                                Fee: $90.00                                      Fee: $170.00
Are you working on a piece of art and need          OIL PAINTING                                     WATERCOLOUR - INTERMEDIATE
the expertise of a professional artist? Bring                                                        (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
your own project and Blanca will give you           In this introductory course you will learn
the guidance and encouragement you need             about colour mixing, the creation of depth       In this class we will investigate other medi-
to complete your work. Don’t worry if you           and three-dimensional effects using oil          ums such as pen and ink, watercolour pen-
don’t know where to start; this course will         paints. Students create their paintings using    cils and watercolour crayons. Each class will
give you lots of ideas and direction.               subject matter of their choice. Drawing skills   begin with a demonstration by Lorraine and
                                                    are not a prerequisite. Supplies are included    then we will let the fun begin!
Instructor: Blanca Canales                          in the course cost. Please bring rags and a
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 10-12 am, 8 Wks                                                                     Instructor: Lorraine McDonald
                                                    small jar (for solvents) to the first class.     1.) Friday, Sept. 23, 9:30-12 noon, 10 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                Returning students welcome and the supply
Fee: $90.00                                                                                          Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                                                    fee won’t be charged. (No class Oct. 20)
DRAWING AND DRY PASTELS                             Instructor: Scott Abbott                         2.) Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9:30 pm, 10 Wks
(DAYTIME)                                           Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9:30 pm, 6 Wks             J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 210
                                                    Guelph C.V.I., Rm 15                             Fee: $170.00
If you love working with dry pastels, then this
                                                    Fee: $145.00
class is for you. Join Blanca a talented artist
who will bring out your talents as you learn
and explore all the different techniques.
Beginner and advanced students are wel-
come. Supply list will be mailed.
Instructor: Blanca Canales
Thursday, Oct. 6, 10-12 noon, 8 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
Fee: $90.00




                                REGISTER BY PHONE
                                          Use your VISA or MASTERCARD

                                          Call...  519-836-7280
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                                                                     NEEDLE FELTING                                     WOODWORKING –
                                CRAFTS                               Needle felting is a fast, fun and enjoyable        BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE
                                                                     way to paint and sculpt with wool. Using only      Pat Daly will teach you carpentry skills as
                BEAD-WEAVING                                         wool, a needle, and your imagination you will      well as how to use the machinery and hand
Arts & Crafts
                Learn the ancient art of bead-weaving.               create a unique and adorable animal. Come          tools and instruct you on how to finish your
                Beading can provide great joy and fulfillment        and impress yourself with your talents. All        project. Beginners will learn the basics. Bring
                as it brings out skills such as patience, per-       materials are included in course fee.              your plans or ideas for a simple project and a
                severance and contemplation during the cre-          Instructor: Jennifer Osborn                        $10 supply fee to class. The more advanced
                ative process. While bead-weaving can be             Monday, Oct. 3, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night                 students will also construct a project of their
                incredibly satisfying for some people, it may        J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 302                           choice. Supplies will be discussed the first
                not be right for others; keep in mind that we’ll     Fee: $45.00                                        night.
                be working with tiny seed beads in repetitive,                                                          Instructor: Pat Daly
                refined movements using a single thread and          PAPER CRAFTING                                     Tuesday, Sept. 20, 6:30-9 pm, 12 Wks
                needle. Two different courses will be offered.       Create your own stunning cards, scrapbook          Centennial C.V.I., Rm E115
                                                                     or even party favours. Within a social envi-       Fee: $170.00
                EARRINGS                                             ronment discover your artistic side while
                                                                     learning techniques and styles of these won-       WOODWORKING –
                In the class, we will use the brick stitch to                                                           INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED
                complete a pair of earrings. We will also be         derful handcrafted arts. Please bring supply
                using many crystals and other beautiful glass        fee of $20 to the first class.                     This course is for those who have taken the
                beads to embellish the bead-woven parts of           Instructor: Margaret De Witt                       beginner course or who have previous expe-
                the earrings. Please bring $15 to class to           Tuesday, Oct. 11, 7:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks              rience. Bring your own plans or ideas and a
                cover supplies. There may be homework                Centennial C.V.I., Rm D121                         $10 supply fee to class. No storage available.
                between classes.                                     Fee: $50.00                                        Instructor: Pat Daly
                Instructor: Serena Tene                                                                                 Tuesday, Sept. 20, 8-10:30 pm, 12 Wks
                                                                     WET FELTING                                        Centennial C.V.I., Rm E115
                Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9 pm, 3 Wks
                Guelph C.V.I., Rm 117                                Come and use wool, water and soap to cre-          Fee: $170.00
                Fee: $45.00                                          ate a beautiful scarf for yourself or as a gift.
                                                                     Please bring a piece of fabric screen door
                CUFF BRACELET                                        mesh, a 16”x72” piece of bubble wrap, old
                In this class, we’ll be using the right-angle        towels, and a sponge. All other supplies
                weave to complete a 1” thick wrist cuff. We’ll       included.
                also be embellishing the cuff with beautiful         Instructor: Jennifer Osborn
                glass beads. Please bring $20 to class to            Monday, Nov. 7, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                cover supplies. There may be homework                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 302
                between classes.                                     Fee: $55.00
                Instructor: Serena Tene
                Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7-9 pm, 3 Wks
                Guelph C.V.I., Rm 117
                Fee: $45.00




                                                                   I Could Teach A Course Like That!
                                                                   Do you have a hobby, interest or skill that you would like
                                                                   to teach in night school? We’d like to hear from you!
                                                                   Call the Program Co-Ordinators at:

                                                                   519-836-7280
                                                                   Previous experience teaching adults is an asset.
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                                                   READ WITHOUT GLASSES                              al, why not tap your greatest resources—the
                BEAUTY                             Have you gone your entire life without glass-     power of your unconscious mind? Harness
                                                   es and now have difficulty reading fine print?    the power of your subconscious mind and
                                                   This class will teach you relaxation and          stored potential! This course includes sever-




                                                                                                                                                        Beauty & Wellness
MAKE-UP MAKE-OVER                                                                                    al scripts you can use, and also teaches you
                                                   movement techniques that will enable you to
Learn to apply your make-up by an industry         read and work comfortably on a computer           how to create your own scripts. We will do a
pro with local and international celebrity         without glasses. Come find the alternative        short hypnosis session during the course.
credits. Christine, who is currently a make-       solution to needing longer arms!                  Instructor: Renate Donnovan
up artist for City TV, will teach you how to                                                         Sat. & Sun., Oct. 1 & 2, 9 am-4:30 pm, 2 Days
                                                   Instructor: Martha Cole
correctly apply daytime make-up and trans-                                                           Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7
                                                   Monday, Oct. 17, 7-9 pm, 1 Night
form into evening wear. Bring your own             J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 212                          Fee: $160.00
make-up bag and stand up mirror to class.          Fee: $30.00                                       STRESS SELF-MANAGEMENT
Instructor: Christine Martin
Saturday, Oct. 1, 12:30-3:30 pm, 1 Afternoon       REFLEXOLOGY                                       This workshop will de-mystify energy medi-
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                                                                 cine by clearly and simply explaining what
                                                   Do you know where the pressure point is on
                                                                                                     energy medicine is and how it can benefit
Fee: $35.00                                        your hand to stop a headache? Do you know
                                                                                                     anyone. We will discuss how the role of atti-
                                                   how to help alleviate your child’s tummy ache
MANICURES AND PEDICURES                                                                              tude impacts our health. It is an engaging and
                                                   or which spot on your foot will relax you?
                                                                                                     lively presentation including PowerPoint, lec-
Learn how to achieve professional looking          Learn the reflex points on the hands and feet
                                                                                                     ture, short film, experiential, demonstration,
nails yourself. In this class you will learn the   that correspond with the rest of your body.
                                                                                                     and question/answer. Dr. Porter will speak
step by step procedure for better looking          Instructor: Martha Cole                           briefly about the exciting results of her study,
hands and feet. Each participant will receive      Monday, Oct. 3, 7-9 pm, 1 Night                   "Reiki: Effects on Anxiety and Depression."
an OPI nail polish to take home.                   J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 212                          Join us for this enjoyable presentation.
                                                   Fee: $30.00
Instructor: Jolanta McGilloway                                                                       Instructor: Vera Porter
Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night                REIKI - LEVEL I                                   Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 217                                                                             Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 8
Fee: $40.00                                        Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress          Fee: $35.00
                                                   reduction and relaxation that promotes heal-
WHAT TO WEAR                                       ing. This is an easy to learn and effective       THERAPEUTIC TOUCH TM - LEVEL l
                                                   healing method anyone can use. No previous        Therapeutic Touch is an easily learned ener-
What body type are you and does your               experience is necessary. Learn the ethics
wardrobe complement it? Join Pamela                                                                  gy modality which can help you and others
                                                   and principals, and how to perform individual     by enhancing the body's natural healing
D’Ettorre, Instructor of Fashion Art, Humber       or group treatment methods.
College, for this informative class. We will                                                         process. No previous experience is neces-
                                                   Instructor: Trudy Conway RP/RT                    sary. An $80.00 fee is payable to the instruc-
discuss body shapes, figure challenges and
                                                   Saturday, Oct. 15, 9-5 pm, 1 Day                  tor at the beginning of class.
how to camouflage problems, and emphasize          Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7
figure positives. We will also cover the six                                                         Instructor: Mimi Craig
                                                   Fee: $115.00                                      Sat. & Sun., Oct. 15 & 16, 9-3 pm, 2 Days
basic jean styles and learn which style will
flatter your body shape.                           SEATED CHAIR MASSAGE                              Hospice Wellington, 795 Scotsdale Dr.
                                                                                                     Fee: $25.00
Instructor: Pamela D'Ettorre                       Would you like to learn how to do a great
Saturday, Oct. 1, 9-12 noon, 1 Morning             back, neck and shoulder massage? Learn            YOUR CHILD’S VISION CARE
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9               from a pro. All techniques are done through       Are you a parent concerned about your
Fee: $35.00                                        clothing in a regular chair so no special sup-    child's vision? Learn how you can naturally
                                                   plies or equipment are needed.                    keep your child's eyes healthy for their life-
             WELLNESS                              Instructor: Istvan Sepsi                          time. Learn exercises and fun games that
                                                   Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7-10 pm, 1 Night                 activate both sides of the brain and both eyes
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7              in order to aid learning. How to correct wan-
IMPROVE YOUR SLEEP                                 Fee: $50.00/per couple                            dering eyes will also be addressed. Your
                                                                                                     child’s vision is important!
This presentation will answer many ques-           SELF-ESTEEM & SELF-CONFIDENCE
tions about getting better quality sleep and                                                         Instructor: Martha Cole
falling asleep more easily. Kathy, your facili-    This workshop will explore the elements,          Monday, Oct. 24, 7-9 pm, 1 Night
tator is certified in both biofeedback and         both conscious and unconscious, that are          J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 212
stress management education. She will share        necessary for having high self-esteem and         Fee: $30.00
ideas from her Better Sleep Program, includ-       healthy self-confidence. Participants will gain
ing strategies for decreasing insomnia and         insight and clarity into their own experience
settling down a busy brain.                        and learn tools that will build self-esteem and
                                                   help them develop increased self-confidence.            SATURDAY JUST FOR YOU
Instructor: Kathy Somers
                                                   Instructor: Lorna Wyllsun
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-10 pm, 1 Night                                                                   Bring a friend and your lunch and join us on
                                                   Tuesday, Nov.1, 7-9 pm, 3 Wks
Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122                                                                             Saturday October 1st for a fun and informa-
                                                   Centennial C.V.I., D121
Fee: $35.00                                                                                            tive day of beauty and fashion. Our two pro-
                                                   Fee: $70.00
                                                                                                       fessionals will give you tips and tricks to
                                                   SELF-HYPNOSIS FOR HEALING AND                       make you look as good as you feel. Take”
                                                   SUCCESS                                             What to Wear” in the morning and stay for
                                                                                                       “Make-Up Make-Over” in the afternoon.
                                                   Hypnosis is one of the best kept secrets for        Sign up soon as numbers are limited.
                                                   creating success and achieving goals.               See courses under Beauty for details.
                                                   Whether your goal is personal, or profession-
                      8                                                                                                                                       FALL 2011


                                                                         FINDING YOUR LIFE PURPOSE                          RETIREMENT PLANNING FOR
                      BUSINESS & FINANCE                                 What’s your life purpose? This is the most         WOMEN
                                                                         important question you could ask yourself.         Women have unique financial concerns as
                     BOOKKEEPING & ACCOUNTING                            Once you know, you will have a sense of            they tend to live longer on less money than
Business & Finance
                                                                         direction which will help answer any other         men. Lifestyle choices, health, housing, rela-
                     This beginner's course focuses on the
                                                                         questions that you have had regarding other        tionships, caretaking, fitness, volunteering,
                     accounting cycle of a service business.
                                                                         things in your life.                               and more are part of the complex lives of
                     Learn to analyze transactions to be entered
                                                                         Instructor: Gina Logan Daniels                     women. The workbook, It’s Your Time, has
                     in the general journal, how to post to ledger
                                                                         Saturday, Oct. 22, 9-12 noon, 1 Morning            interactive exercises and many resources to
                     accounts, and to prepare a trial balance.
                                                                         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9               help get you on track for your retirement. A
                     Payroll entries and government reporting
                                                                         Fee: $35.00                                        $20.00 fee for the workbook is payable to the
                     requirements will be briefly covered. At the
                                                                                                                            instructor.
                     end of the course you will be able to calcu-
                                                                         HOME DAY CARE                                      Instructor: Donna McCaw
                     late the adjusting entries for capital cost
                     allowance, prepare a worksheet and finan-           Are you thinking about or already providing        Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7-9:30 pm, 2 Wks
                     cial statements, and close the appropriate          child care in your home? You will benefit from     Centennial C.V.I., Library
                     ledger accounts.                                    this workshop given by a registered Early          Fee: $40.00
                     Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez                     Childhood Educator (16 years). Learn how to
                                                                         get started, what kind of program you should       RETIREMENT READINESS
                     Thursday, Sept. 22, 7-9 pm, 9 Wks
                     Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 8                have, what fees you should charge, contract        Retirement planning involves lots of choices
                     Fee: $100.00                                        writing, family information, Public Health Unit    and decisions about finances, health issues,
                                                                         resources and more. Tips on what parents           relationships, leisure time, lifestyle, and iden-
                     CONFLICT MANAGEMENT                                 are looking for will also be covered.              tity concerns. Whether you are in your 40s,
                                                                         Instructor: Diana Conrad                           50s or 60s, this planning session will get you
                     Conflict is known to increase stress, create
                                                                         Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night             started. The workbook, It’s Your Time, has
                     health problems, break down relationships
                                                                         Centennial C.V.I., Rm C121                         interactive exercises and many resources to
                     and interfere with your personal goals and
                                                                         Fee: $35.00                                        help get you on track for your retirement. A
                     the goals of your organization. This interac-
                                                                                                                            $20.00 fee for the workbook is payable to the
                     tive and experiential workshop will explore a
                                                                         HOME OR SMALL BUSINESS A-Z                         instructor.
                     variety of strategies for dealing with conflicts
                     that are proven to lead to positive outcomes.       Learn how to run a home business. This             Instructor: Donna McCaw
                     Lorna Wyllsun of Communication Works has            course provides you with the knowledge and         Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-9:30 pm, 2 Wks
                     coached individuals and taught workshops            resources necessary to write your own busi-        Centennial C.V.I., Library
                     for almost twenty years.                            ness plan, register your business, file for HST,   Fee: $40.00
                     Instructor: Lorna Wyllsun                           WSIB, EHT, employee reporting including
                                                                         payroll and other government reporting             SUCCESS WITH EMOTIONAL
                     Tuesday, Oct. 25, 7-9 pm, 1 Night                                                                      INTELLIGENCE
                     Centennial C.V.I., Rm C123                          requirements. Learn the difference between
                     Fee: $35.00                                         the various types of business structures and       Emotional Intelligence is the unique reper-
                                                                         how to properly account for and record your        toire of emotional skills that a person uses to
                     FINANCIAL PLANNING                                  ongoing business transactions and which            navigate the everyday challenges of life.
                                                                         accounting program to use.                         Research has demonstrated that an individ-
                     Put your financial affairs in order. In a work-
                                                                         Instructor: Kevin Brazier                          ual's E.I. is often a more accurate predictor
                     shop format we will walk you through creat-
                                                                         Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 4 Wks              of success than the individual's IQ. Learn
                     ing your own financial plan. Once you see
                                                                         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7               how to strengthen and develop your E.I. so
                     how we weave this into an easy to follow
                                                                         Fee: $80.00                                        you can communicate effectively, form strong
                     plan you'll wish you'd done it sooner. Fee
                                                                                                                            relationships and create powerful growth
                     includes a $50 workbook and easy reference
                                                                         LEADERSHIP SKILLS                                  strategies.
                     guide. Spouses sharing workbooks get a $50
                     discount. (No class Oct. 31)                        Good leaders are made not born. Anyone can         Instructor: Gina Logan Daniels
                                                                         be a leader regardless of the position they        Thursday, Nov. 3, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                     Instructor: Paul Fettes, CFA
                                                                         hold in their work environment. People will        Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                     Monday, Oct. 17, 7-9:30 pm, 6 Wks
                                                                         follow you because of your character and           Fee: $35.00
                     Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
                     Fee: $115.00                                        your skill. Learn the steps to become a more
                                                                         effective leader. Book included in fee.            SUCCESSFUL MANAGERS
                     FINDING WORK THAT YOU LOVE                          Instructor: Reg Cousineau                          As a manager, you don’t only get paid for
                                                                         Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night             what you do - you also get paid for what your
                     Are you unsatisfied at your job and want to
                                                                         Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122                         people do. How well do you encourage, moti-
                     find out how to tap into your hidden talents,
                                                                         Fee: $45.00                                        vate, coach and supervise your employees so
                     passions, life vision and interests to define
                                                                                                                            they can perform to the best of their abilities?
                     work that will leave you excited and fulfilled at
                                                                         MANAGING YOUR MONEY                                In this class you will learn more than 18 ways
                     the end of your day? In this comprehensive,
                                                                         Wonder where the money goes every month?           to manage and not manage your staff. Book
                     hands-on class you will be guided in a step-
                                                                         Worry about how you would handle a financial       included in fee.
                     by-step process of picking a livelihood.
                     Address your fears and learn how to transition      setback? Participants will be creating a cash      Instructor: Reg Cousineau
                     from where you are now to your dream job.           flow statement (budget!) and net worth state-      Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                                         ment. Credit and investment basics will be dis-    Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
                     Instructor: Gina Logan Daniels
                                                                         cussed. Confidentiality will be respected.         Fee: $45.00
                     Saturday, Oct. 22, 1-4 pm, 1 Afternoon
                     Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                Instructor: Jennifer Gignac,
                     Fee: $35.00                                         Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9 pm, 2 Wks
                                                                         Centennial C.V.I., Rm C 122
                                                                         Fee: $35.00
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                         9

                                                   INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS                         POWERPOINT
  COMPUTER CREDIT COURSES                          (DAYTIME)                                         Learn how to create effective presentations
   Earn a high school credit by                    The relaxed approach of this course is ideal      using the MS PowerPoint package. Create
                                                   for seniors or absolute beginners. Topics in      slide shows and learn how to import Word




                                                                                                                                                        Computers
    taking a daytime computer                      this beginner computer class include com-         and Excel documents into your presentation.
     course. See pages 28-29                       puter terminology in Windows XP, creating         1.) Tuesday, Nov. 1, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
        for further details.                       personal and business letters, pictures with      2.) Tuesday, Nov. 1, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks
                                                   the PAINT program and how to access your          Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
                                                   Help program.
           COMPUTERS                                                                                 Fee: $92.00 ($122.00 if book is needed)
                                                   Thursday, Sept. 22, 1:30-3:30 pm, 6 Wks
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5               MORE MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007
ACCESS 2007 - LEVEL I                              Fee: $138.00
Microsoft Access is a powerful relational                                                            (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
                                                   MAC LAPTOP BASICS
database management system. Learn how to
design and maintain a database, use filters        (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
                                                                                                     WORD (MAIL MERGE, TABLES AND
and queries to extract specific information,       Are you looking to get the most out of your       CLIP ART)
build data-entry forms and create customized       Mac? The Mac Laptop Basics course is for
                                                                                                     Need a more advanced Word course?
reports. Prerequisite: Sound knowledge of          you. Learn to get around and customize the
                                                                                                     Discover how easy it is to use Microsoft
MS Windows and spreadsheets.                       interface. Connect to the internet using Safari
                                                                                                     Word to create personalized documents for
Monday, Nov. 7, 7-10 pm, 3 Wks                     and set up your email. Learn the Mac essen-
                                                                                                     mass mailings. Learn to use MS Word’s table
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5               tials to efficiently and effectively enjoy your
                                                                                                     feature to organize and present data. Also
Fee: $107.00                                       Mac Laptop. This is an introductory course
                                                                                                     included is inserting and formatting clipart to
                                                   for Mac laptop users. Each participant must
                                                                                                     enhance your document.
ACCESS 2007 - LEVEL II                             bring their own laptop and power supply to
                                                   class.                                            1.) Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
Prerequisite: Access 2007 Level I. Building on                                                       2.) Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks
the concepts covered in Level I, develop and       1.) Saturday, Oct. 15, 1-4 pm, 1 Afternoon
                                                                                                     Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4
maintain a database with advance query and         2.) Thursday, Nov. 3, 1:30-4:30 pm, 1 Afternoon
                                                                                                     Fee: $105.00
report features. Learn to design a switch-         3.) Thursday, Nov. 3, 6:30-9:30 pm, 1 Night
board to organize your data. Define relation-      Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4 & 5          EXCEL (CHARTS, FUNCTIONS AND
ships and integrate other applications, such       Fee: $45.00                                       FILTERS)
as mail merge with Access features.
                                                                                                     This course is recommended for those excel
Monday, Nov. 28, 7-10 pm, 2 Wks                      MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007                           users who would like to cover more than just
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5                                                                 the basics. MS Excel’s automated formulae
Fee: $80.00                                        (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                              and charting features will be covered.
                                                   These courses will introduce students to the      1.) Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
eBAY SELLING BASICS                                main components of the Microsoft Office           2.) Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks
This course will provide new eBay users with       Suite. Take one or all components of this con-    Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
various tools, insights, and tips on how to sell   venient series. The text can be used for all      Fee: $105.00
products on eBay.ca. Taught by an experi-          three courses.
enced eBay store owner, prospective sellers                                                          PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE WEBSITE
will have an opportunity to ask questions, dis-    WORD                                              DESIGN
cuss selling success stories, and obtain
                                                   Learn to create, edit and format documents        As more and more consumers are using the
insights into the challenges faced by existing
                                                   in MS Word.                                       internet in their daily lives, it becomes impor-
eBay users. Students need to sign up for an
account on eBay.ca before taking the course.       1.) Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks        tant for businesses to have a website that
                                                   2.) Tuesday, Sept. 20, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks        meets the needs of their target audience.
Instructor: Eric Meliton                                                                             This course will examine effective layouts,
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
Tuesday, Sept 27, 7-10 pm, 1 Night                                                                   navigation, fonts, and other effective website
                                                   Fee: $92.00 ($122.00 if book is needed)
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4                                                                 elements through website case studies.
Fee: $35.00                                        EXCEL                                             Instructor: Kyle Swegles
INTERNET AND E-MAIL (DAYTIME)                      Explore the power of a MS Excel spread-           Monday, Oct. 17, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                                                   sheet. Learn how to design, edit and format       Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
This introduction to the Internet and E-mail is
                                                   spreadsheets while mastering formulae and         Fee: $35.00
an easy pace course taught with the novice
                                                   function techniques. Enhance your spread-
user in mind. Discover how to find and down-                                                         QUICK BOOKS PRO 2010
                                                   sheets to create a professional appearance.
load information, images and free programs.                                                          (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
Learn how to use e-mail and search engines.        1.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
                                                   2.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks      This is a hands-on course designed to intro-
Thursday, Nov. 10, 1:30-3:30 pm, 6 Wks                                                               duce you to the most widely used accounting
                                                   3.) Tuesday, Oct. 11, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4                                                                 program. Trial software is included. Basic
                                                   4.) Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6:30-9:30 pm, 3 Wks
Fee: $115.00                                                                                         computer knowledge required.
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
                                                   Fee: $92.00 ($122.00 if book is needed)           1.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 6 Wks
                                                                                                     2.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 1:30-4 pm, 6 Wks
                                                                                                     Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4
                                                                                                     Fee: $165.00
            10                                                                                                                                FALL 2011


            SIMPLY ACCOUNTING PART I                           SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION                      WEB PAGE DESIGN - LEVEL II
            (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                               AND INTERNET MARKETING                          (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
            This 8 week course is designed to provide an       Many consumers today find websites              This course focuses on creating a more
            introduction to accounting software. A pre-        through search engines like Google. Search      dynamic Website. Build on your knowledge
Computers
            requisite is prior knowledge of accounting         Engine Optimization can generate more visi-     of HTML to design interactive forms and
            principles. There is in-class instruction fol-     tors by placing a website in the first few      apply frames for more advanced page layout.
            lowed by at home completion of exercises.          entries of a Google search. Other consumers     Learn how to create your own .gif files and
            Some in-class times for completion of exer-        find websites by targeted advertising. This     enhance your Website with sound, video or
            cises are available, but for the most part,        course will discuss Search Engine               slide shows. Investigate many multimedia
            expect to set aside a minimum of an addition-      Optimization and Internet Marketing strate-     options and authoring tools including DHTML
                                                               gies such as Google Adwords, banner adver-
            al 3 hrs weekly to work at home to complete                                                        (Dynamic HTML), Cascading Style Sheets,
                                                               tising, and e-mail marketing.
            exercises. The Company, Receivables,                                                               Java and Javascript. Prerequisite: Web Page
            Payables and Banking modules will be cov-          Instructor: Kyle Swegles                        Design - Level 1.
            ered in this course, as well as Setting Up         Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                                                                                                               1.) Monday, Oct. 24, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
            Your Company. Cost includes 14 month trial of      Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4
                                                                                                               2.) Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7-10 pm, 3 Wks
            Simply Accounting premium software and             Fee: $35.00
                                                                                                               Central P.S., Lab 1
            comprehensive Nelson textbook.                                                                     Fee: $137.00
                                                               SOCIAL MEDIA: FACEBOOK,
            1.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 1:30-4 pm, 8 Wks          TWITTER, LINKEDIN
            2.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 8 Wks                                                          WEB PAGE DESIGN WITH
            Central P.S., Lab 1                                Today, social media tools like Facebook,        DREAMWEAVER CS4
                                                               Twitter and LinkedIn allow us to communi-
            Fee: $275.00                                                                                       Learn how to create a dynamic Website in
                                                               cate, share information, and network with
                                                               others. This course will explore the key fea-   just a few weeks! We’ve updated our soft-
            SIMPLY ACCOUNTING PART II                                                                          ware to Macromedia Dreamweaver CS4. This
            (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                               tures of each tool and how people make use
                                                               of them in their daily lives. The privacy and   powerful, intuitive application is the program
            This 8 week course will build on the previous      security settings of each tool will be dis-     choice for many professional Web designers.
            Part I course. Some in-class times for com-        cussed.                                         In this introductory course you will learn how
            pletion of exercises are available, but for the    Instructor: Kyle Swegles
                                                                                                               to use the Dreamweaver interface and create
            most part, expect to set aside a minimum of        1.) Monday, Oct. 3, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                                                                                                               advanced layouts with tables and layers. You
            an additional 3 hours weekly to work at            2.) Thursday, Nov. 10, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                                                                                                               will have fun designing and developing
            home. Modules previously covered in Part I         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4 & 5
                                                                                                               dynamic Web pages for yourself or your
            will be quickly reviewed but not covered.          Fee: $35.00
                                                                                                               organization that include rollover images,
            Payroll, Inventory and Divisions modules will                                                      image maps, input forms and flash elements.
            be covered. Anyone who has previously              TAKE ADVANTAGE OF YOUR I-PAD                    Thursday, Oct. 6, 7-10 pm, 4 Wks
            taken Simply Accounting is eligible to take                                                        Central P.S., Lab 1
                                                               Now that you have your new I-Pad, learn to
            this part. Textbook from Part I will be used. If   set-up your email, surf the internet with       Fee: $165.00
            textbook is needed cost will be $275.00.           Safari and navigate the App Store. Set-up
            1.) Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1:30-4 pm, 8 Wks           your calendar and contacts, create folders
            2.) Wednesday, Nov. 23, 7-9:30 pm, 8 Wks           and get ready to multitask. Each participant
            Central P.S., Lab 1                                must bring their own I-Pad, fully charged. A
            Fee: $190.00                                       wireless network is available on site.
                                                               Monday, Oct. 24, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
            SEARCH ENGINE MARKETING                            Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5                COMPUTER TRAINING
            (SEM, ADWORDS, PPC)                                Fee: $35.00
            This course dives into the new generation of
                                                               WEB PAGE DESIGN - LEVEL I                         For Companies & Organizations
            marketing, Search Engine Marketing (SEM).
            SEM is proven to be the most cost effective        (DAYTIME OR EVENING)
            form of marketing with highly measurable           Design and display your own Website using            Continuing Education can
            KPI’s. SEM Campaign Managers are able to           HTML (Hypertext Markup Language). Create
            draw qualified traffic to websites and ulti-       a multi-page site full of colour and animated      deliver specialized computer
            mately boost sales, generate leads, increase       pictures. In addition to the fundamentals of
            brand awareness, and other measurable              good design, learn how to format a Web                training courses for your
            marketing goals. This lesson will focus on the     page, use tables for your page layout and
            main components of SEM which are cam-              navigation bars, and add hyperlinks to other
                                                               Websites. Also explore the use of Web edi-
                                                                                                                    company or organization.
            paign creation, keyword selection, ad copy-
            right, campaign management, conversion             tors to facilitate your design process, the
            tracking, and more.                                placing of your Website on a Web Server and       Flexible times, hands-on, short
                                                               the use of Metadata tags to boost traffic to
            Instructor: Chris Sisco
            Monday, Oct. 3, 7-10 pm, 1 Night
                                                               your site. Prerequisite: Participants should         modules, current software
                                                               have a sound knowledge of file management
            Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4               in MS Windows to enrol in this course.
            Fee: $35.00
                                                                                                                          and group rates.
                                                               (No class Oct. 10)
                                                               1.) Monday, Sept. 26, 1:30-4:30 pm, 3 Wks
                                                               2.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-10 pm, 3 Wks
                                                                                                                    For more information, call
                                                               Central P.S., Lab 1
                                                               Fee: $137.00                                             519-836-7280 ext 612
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                      11

                                                   FOOD ALLERGY COOKING                             CANNING
               CUISINE                             WORKSHOP                                         Do you want to make your own preserves?
                                                   Do you experience digestive difficulties such    Come and learn the ins and outs of home can-
CAKE DECORATING                                    as Lactose Intolerance, Irritable Bowel          ning. You will learn proper procedures and




                                                                                                                                                      Cuisine & nutrition
Impress your family and friends with the skills    Syndrome or Celiac Disease and are looking       safety considerations of home canning. Help
you learn in this five week cake decorating        for alternative food choices to help? Our list   with canning a salsa from start to finish. All
course. Learn techniques for making borders,       of feature cooking and baking recipes will       supplies included. Register before Sept 15.
piping, flowers and writing. Supply list will be   focus on alternative choices to dairy, wheat,    Instructor: Jennifer Osborn
mailed with your receipt. (No class Oct. 10)       and gluten. Join us for a night of delicious     Monday, Sept. 19, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                   wheat free baking, tasty dairy free recipes      J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 302
Instructor: Janie Ranasinghe                       and desserts.                                    Fee: $40.00
Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9:30 pm, 5 Wks
Centennial C.V.I., Rm D121                         Instructor: Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.
                                                   Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night           FALL SOUPS
Fee: $75.00
                                                   College Heights S.S., Rm M101                    Learn to make hearty soups for quick satisfy-
ICING FLOWERS                                      Fee: $54.00                                      ing meals in the coming cold months. This
In this intermediate class participants will                                                        evening we will prepare Butternut Maple,
                                                   MEDITERRANEAN FEAST                              Curried Carrot and Apple, Potato Dill and
become further skilled at techniques for mak-
ing a variety of icing flowers and decorative      This cooking workshop will explore the vari-     Hearty Beef Barley soups. Bring an apron
borders which will be used to create a beau-       ety of cuisine from the Mediterranean. Learn     and containers for leftovers to class.
tiful cake. It is recommended that you take        all about their herbs and the blended but dis-   Instructor: Susan Dimma, B.A.Sc.
the Cake Decorating class first. Supply list       tinct flavors and spices of Mediterranean                    Personal Chef
will be mailed with your receipt.                  cuisine. Workshop will feature recipes from      Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                   Greece, Spain and Morocco. Get ready to          College Heights S.S., Rm A103
Instructor: Janie Ranasinghe                       explore the Mediterranean cuisine and learn      Fee: $54.00
Monday, Nov. 7, 7-9:30 pm, 4 Wks                   more about the Blue Zone lifestyle!
Centennial C.V.I., Rm D121                                                                          JAM MAKING
Fee: $62.00                                        Instructor: Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.
                                                   Wednesday, Nov. 9, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night            Interested in making your own jam? Learn
“COOKING MANIA FOR YOUR                            College Heights S.S., Rm M101                    from start to finish in this hands on class how
HEALTH”                                            Fee: $54.00                                      to select fruit and make jam. All supplies
                                                                                                    included. Register before Sept. 22.
Join Nutritionist Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.,      SMART EATING FOR SMART KIDS
for these fun and informative “Cooking Mania                                                        Instructor: Linda Barkovsky
for your Health” Workshops. Our cooking            This workshop is geared towards fun meal         Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
workshops feature exotic, tasty and delicious      ideas and recipes for kids’ school lunches       College Heights S.S., Rm A103
recipes from diverse ethnic backgrounds.           and healthy meals at home. The cooking           Fee: $43.00
From Blue Zone Lifestyles to hot and exotic        component will offer fun and tasty recipes
                                                   and meal ideas for your kids, especially those   NORTH AND SOUTH INDIAN
East Indian and Thai Cuisine, all classes are                                                       CURRIES (NEW CURRIES)
hands-on. Do not forget your essential             picky eaters. There will be a great variety of
“doggy bags”!                                      recipes for “kid friendly” cuisine offered,      Our instructor Chitra will show you how to
                                                   and healthy snack options for their lunch        cook authentic North Indian Curries like
EAST INDIAN CURRIES                                boxes.                                           Vegetable Korma, Aloo Gobi and Peas Pulao
                                                   Instructor: Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.           in an easy and simple way. Then…. from the
This workshop will explore East Indian                                                              South of India learn how to make Chicken
                                                   Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
Cuisine. The cooking component will feature                                                         Vindaloo (spicy and sour chicken curry) and
                                                   College Heights S.S., Rm M101
making your own homemade curry spices,                                                              Tomato Rasam, a clear soup made with toma-
                                                   Fee: $54.00
Indian chutneys, along with Curry Chicken                                                           toes and lentil water. Bring containers to take
Dishes, Indian breads and a delicious Tarka        THAI AND CHINESE COOKING                         home your tasty leftovers.
Dhal meal. The nutrition section will focus on
the various potential health benefits including    This Asian cuisine workshop will include         Instructor: Chitra Saravanan
building your immune system with some              exotic Thai dishes, such as Thai – Cashew        Tuesday, Sept. 27, 6:30-9 pm, 1 Night
                                                   Coconut Chicken, along with Indonesian cui-      College Heights S.S., Rm A103
spices used in curries such as turmeric,
                                                   sine and easy to cook Chinese dishes that        Fee: $54.00
coriander, cardamom and cumin. Join us and
enjoy tantalizing and hot flavored East Indian     you can include in your kitchen on a daily
                                                   basis. The dishes prepared for this night        SIMPLY INDIAN
Cuisine.
                                                   demonstrate how to increase the antioxi-         Discover how to cook popular Indian dishes
Instructor: Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.             dants and fiber in your diet and still make it   in home-style cooking. In this Simply Indian
Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night             delicious and exciting.                          cooking class we will be cooking: the most
College Heights S.S., Rm M101                                                                       popular -Indian Bread NAAN, two kinds of
                                                   Instructor: Maritza Robertson, B.A.Sc.
Fee: $54.00                                                                                         curry, Butter Chicken Masala and Channa
                                                   Wednesday, Nov. 23, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                   College Heights S.S., Rm M101                    Masala (a curry made of chickpeas);
                                                   Fee: $54.00                                      Cucumber Raita (a yogurt base dip) and
                                                                                                    Masala Chai-(A spicy tea).
                                                                                                    Instructor: Chitra Saravanan
                                                                                                    Tuesday, Oct. 18, 6:30-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                                                                    College Heights S.S., Rm A103
                                                                                                    Fee: $54.00
                      12                                                                                                                                 FALL 2011


                      SPICY SAMOSA                                                                                       FUEL YOUR WORKOUT
                      Learn how to make the ever popular Indian
                                                                                   NUTRITION                             With any exercise program, your results will
                      appetizer, Samosa from scratch. In this class                                                      depend on how hard you work during your
                      you will make a vegetarian samosa-filling        BRAIN FOOD FOR KIDS                               training session, and as much as 70% of your
Cuisine & nutrition
                      made with potatoes, peas and some spices         This course will discuss the Standard North       results will depend on what you fuel your
                      and a non-vegetarian samosa-filling made         American Diet and its correlation with the        body with before and after your workout. This
                      with minced chicken, potatoes and spices         growing incidence of children’s behavioral        course will teach you how to get the most out
                      with two types of chutneys, sweet and sour       problems and learning disabilities. You’ll walk   of your exercise program by following simple
                      tamarind chutney and spicy coriander chut-       away from this course with a list of healthy      nutrition practices.
                      ney along with an authentic masala chai.         foods and meal ideas that will help fuel your     Instructor: Elizabeth Stewart, B.Sc., RHN
                      Instructor: Chitra Saravanan                     child’s mind for optimal success in the class-    Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Wk
                      Tuesday, Nov. 8, 6:30-9:30 pm, 1 Night           room.                                             J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 213
                      College Heights S.S., Rm A103                                                                      Fee: $35.00
                                                                       Instructor: Elizabeth Stewart, B.Sc., RHN
                      Fee: $54.00
                                                                       Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night            QUICK MEALS FOR BUSY LIVES
                      VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN COOKING                     J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 213
                                                                       Fee: $35.00                                       Having trouble finding the time to prepare
                      Do you want to learn how to feed the vege-                                                         healthy meals? Look no further. Learn quick
                      tarian or vegan in your life? Are you thinking   DETOX FOR BEGINNERS                               and easy recipes and balanced snack ideas
                      of becoming a vegetarian or vegan? Discover      In this hands-on detoxification program, you      that will keep you fuelled for your busy day.
                      how to prepare a healthy, ecologically sus-      will learn why it is important to detoxify and    Instructor: Alyssa Foulkes, M.Sc.,
                      tainable vegetarian diet and avoid the com-      how your body eliminates toxins from your                     Sport Nutritionist
                      mon pitfalls. We will create a delicious meal    body. You will learn and follow a simple nutri-   Tuesday, Nov. 22, 7:30-9 pm, 1 Night
                      for vegetarian or vegans alike.                  tion-based detoxification program that you        Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
                      Instructor: Lorraine Blackwell, Registered       can then implement each and every year on         Fee: $35.00
                                  Holistic Nutritionist                your own or with your friends or family. A
                      Tuesday, Oct. 11, 7-10 pm, 1 Night               detoxification diet plan and recipe booklet       WHOLE FOOD MEAL PLANNING
                      College Heights S.S., Rm A103                    will be provided. There will be time for open     Learn how to make nourishing meals and
                      Fee: $45.00                                      discussion periods and to share one-anoth-        snacks quickly and economically and how to
                                                                       er’s detoxification experience.                   stock a healthy kitchen with time efficient
                                                                       Instructor: Elizabeth Stewart B.Sc., RHN          strategies. You will leave with a two week
                                                                       Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-9 pm, 3 Wks                meal plan, new recipe ideas and less meal-
                                                                       J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 213                          time stress.
                                                                       Fee: $70.00                                       Instructor: Lorraine Blackwell Registered
                                                                                                                                     Holistic Nutritionist
                                                                       EATING FOR WEIGHT CONTROL                         Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7-9 pm, 1 Night
                                                                       Struggling to lose that last 10 lbs? Frustrated   Centennial C.V.I., Rm C120
                                                                       with weight loss programs that cost too much      Fee: $35.00
                                                                       with little results? We will talk about why
                                                                       people gain weight and why it’s so hard to        WILD EDIBLES
                                                                       lose. You will learn what foods to eat and        Join us as we discuss collecting and prepar-
                                                                       how to prepare them as well as supplements        ing wild plants common to the forests, fields,
                                                                       that may assist your goals.                       wetlands, and cities of Southern Ontario.
                                                                       Instructor: Lorraine Blackwell, Registered        Learn recipes to keep, and species to avoid.
                                                                                   Holistic Nutritionist                 Instructor: Liam Kijewski & Crystal Bradford
                                                                       Thursday, Oct. 13, 7-9 pm, 1 Night                Thursday, Nov. 3, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                                       Centennial C.V.I., Rm C123                        Centennial C.V.I., Rm C120
                                                                       Fee: $35.00                                       Fee: $35.00

                                                                       EATING ON THE RUN
                                                                       Want to lose weight, improve your current
                                                                       eating habits, or boost your overall energy
                                                                       levels? Learn how to create balanced snacks
                                                                       that can be enjoyed at work or school and
                                                                       how to time meals to reduce carbohydrate
                       REGISTRATION FORM                               cravings. The benefits of this course are sta-
                                                                       bilized blood sugars, decreased cravings,
                       See back cover to find out where to             improved moods, and higher energy levels.
                       mail/fax your registrations or where                                                                          “Relaxed atmosphere;
                                                                       Instructor: Alyssa Foulkes, M.Sc.,
                               to register in person.                              Sport Nutritionist                                 learning was fun”.
                                                                       Tuesday, Nov. 15, 7:30-9 pm, 1 Night
                        Please make cheques payable to                 Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
                              Wellington Centre for                    Fee: $35.00
                               Continuing Education
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                         13

                                                   BOOT CAMP (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                    ZUMBA
              FIRST AID                            Do you want to get in shape and see results       Ditch the workout; join the fun. This dance
                                                   fast? Join this one hour boot camp and get        inspired fitness class will have you moving
CPR - INFANT & CHILD                               maximum fat burning benefits. This class is       and grooving. Before you know it, the work-




                                                                                                                                                         First Aid, Fitness & Recreation
                                                   focused on increasing your metabolism and         out is over. No experience needed. Just bring
This course teaches life saving skills to par-     building strength. (No class Oct. 8 & 10)
ents, child-care providers, grandparents or                                                          enthusiasm and a water bottle.
family members of infants and children. Learn      Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness         Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness
techniques to keep blood and oxygen flowing                    Trainer                                           Professional
when the heart stops beating or there is an        1.) Saturday, Sept. 17, 12:45-1:45 pm, 12 Wks     1.) Tuesday, Sept. 20, 8-9 pm, 12 Wks
airway obstruction. Demonstrations and             2.) Monday, Sept. 19, 8-9 pm, 12 Wks              2.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-8 pm, 12 Wks
practice of infant and child CPR with the          3.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 6-7 pm, 12 Wks           Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
management of an infant or child choking -         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym               Fee: $80.00
conscious or unconscious, is also covered.         Fee: $80.00
You will be certified for CPR Level B upon                                                           CARDIO SALSA
                                                   FITNESS BOXING/MUSCLE TONING
completion.                                                                                          Burn calories the fun way! Hot Latin music
                                                   This workout includes moves from boxing           and moves will leave you wanting more! This
Instructor: Jay Hahn
                                                   and martial arts - set to music at a pace         high-energy class is guaranteed to keep you
1.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 6:30-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                   everyone can follow. We will also include         motivated and active. This class is suitable
                                                   some muscle toning using weights for a great      for all fitness levels. No partner or prior
2.) Thursday, Oct. 27, 6:30-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                   overall workout.                                  dance experience required. Bring a mat to
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
Fee: $50.00                                        Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness         class.
                                                               Professional                          Instructor: Christine Bowman
STANDARD FIRST AID                                 Thursday, Sept. 22, 7-8 pm, 12 Wks                Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-8 pm, 10 Wks
The Red Cross Standard First Aid course is a       Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym               Priory Park P.S., Gym
comprehensive safety course that includes          Fee: $80.00                                       Fee: $60.00
level C CPR certification (CPR for adults, chil-   MAT PILATES
dren and infants), along with the treatment of                                                       CARDIO WORKOUT
bleeding injuries, broken bones, sprains and       Work on your balance, strength and flexibili-     This is strictly a great cardio workout which
strains, poisoning, head and neck injuries,        ty. These Pilates’ exercises will tone your       will get you moving to the music. (No class
                                                   body while improving your posture and             Oct. 6)
and sudden medical illness. This course is a
                                                   strengthening back and core muscles. This
requirement for most health field placements,                                                        Instructor: Martha Cole
                                                   workout is great for men or women.
university course placements and general                                                             Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 pm, 10 Wks
interest. Taught by a certified Red Cross          Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness
                                                                                                     Priory Park P.S., Gym
instructor, it can be re-certified and is valid                Professional
                                                                                                     Fee: $65.00
for three years.                                   Thursday, Sept. 22, 8-9 pm, 12 Wks
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym               NORDIC WALKING (Urban Poling)
Instructor: Jay Hahn
                                                   Fee: $80.00                                       (DAYTIME)
1.) Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 24 & 25, 9-5 pm,
    2 Days                                         TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING                           Walk yourself to fitness with this increasingly
                                                                                                     popular sport. The use of poles provides a
                                                   Do you want to work on your A.B.T.’s?
2.) Saturday & Sunday, Nov. 19 & 20, 9-5 pm,                                                         total body toning, cardiac workout and
                                                   Included in this workout will be exercises to
    2 Days                                                                                           weight–loss program, which incorporates
                                                   improve your flexibility, strength and balance.
                                                                                                     90% of your muscles. You will feel totally
                                                   The upper body will also be challenged using
Instructor: Jason Barber                                                                             worked out without having “worked out”.
                                                   free weights.
3.) Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 15 & 16, 9-5 pm,                                                         Learn the technique and gain the full benefit
    2 Days                                         Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness         of this effective activity. Poles will be provid-
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                           Trainer                               ed for use during the classes. This sport is
Fee: $130.00                                       Tuesday, Sept. 20, 7-8 pm, 12 Wks                 ideal for anyone who enjoys walking and
                                                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym               nature.
                                                   Fee: $80.00
               FITNESS                                                                               Instructor: Christine Osborne
                                                   WEIGHT TRAINING FOR WOMEN                         Monday, Oct. 17, 10-11 am, 4 Wks
                                                                                                     Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
BODY TRAINING ON THE BALL                          Whether you want to tone, define, increase
                                                                                                     Fee: $40.00
                                                   lean body mass or strengthen muscles in
This class involves simple exercises on a sta-     weak areas, this course can help. Emphasis
bility ball that promotes abdominal and back       is placed on the proper technique of weight
strength while improving your balance and          lifting using free weights and body bars.
posture. Build your core strength and total        Students are encouraged to bring their own
body confidence in this workout. Bring a mat,      free weights, five lbs. or heavier. (No class
stability ball and water bottle. (No class Oct.    Oct. 10)
10)                                                Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness
Instructor: Sue Larson, Certified Fitness                      Trainer
            Trainer                                1.) Monday, Sept. 19, 7-8 pm, 12 Wks
Monday, Sept. 19, 6-7 pm, 12 Wks                   2.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 8-9 pm, 12 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym                Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
Fee: $80.00                                        Fee: $80.00
                       14                                                                                                                                     FALL 2011


                       PILATES                                             YOGA - INTERMEDIATE                                YOGA: MIND, BODY & BEYOND
                       Pilates is respected by fitness and health          Yoga students who have completed the               This course is recommended for beginners or
                       practitioners worldwide. This technique will        beginner’s session or have yoga experience         experienced students with a sincere desire
                       help you to develop strength, flexibility and       are welcome. Basic postures will be done           to reach their highest potential. The focus
Fitness & Recreation
                       endurance while focusing on core strength           with increased awareness and longer hold-          will be yoga postures and meditation incor-
                       and stability, posture and relief from stress       ing times. As well, new variations of the clas-    porating mantra, moodra and breathing tech-
                       and back pain. Please bring a mat and water         sic poses will be introduced. Breathing tech-      niques to energize strengthen and bring radi-
                       bottle to class.                                    niques and deep relaxation will be expanded,       ant health to body, mind and spirit.
                       Instructor: Angela Morton                           as students work on streamlining a routine         Instructor: John Tonin
                       Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-8 pm, 8 Wks                    that works for them personally. Two locations      Thursday, Sept 29, 7-8:30 pm, 8 Wks
                       J.F. Ross C.V.I., Fitness Centre                    for your convenience.                              J.F. Ross C.V.I., Fitness Centre
                       Fee: $72.00                                         Instructor: Lindsey Jackson                        Fee: $90.00
                                                                           1.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 8-9 pm, 10 Wks
                       TAI CHI/CHI KUNG                                    Gateway Dr. P.S., Gym                              YOGA- MOM AND BABY
                       Tai Chi’s slow-flowing, circular movements          Fee: $90.00                                        (DAYTIME)
                       combine gentle stretching and turning to                                                               Gently regain your core strength and learn
                       exercise the whole body without strain. Chi         Instructor: Jane Finoro                            relaxation techniques in this baby friendly
                       Kung (Qi Gong) is an ancient Chinese breath-        2.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 8:15-9:15 pm, 10 Wks      yoga class. A variety of basic postures will
                       ing and movement exercise benefiting gener-         J.F. Ross C.V.I., Fitness Centre                   be practiced which will incorporate baby and
                       al health, muscle tone and stress levels.           Fee: $90.00                                        allow some precious bonding time. This
                       Please wear loose comfortable clothing and                                                             course is suitable for beginners as well as
                       flat shoes. (No class Oct. 10)                      YOGA CARDIO!!!                                     experienced yoga students. Participants
                       Monday, Sept. 19, 7-8 pm, 10 Wks                    Want to stretch and feel relaxed but still get     should wait until 6 weeks postpartum or 8
                       Priory Park P.S., Gym                               a good cardio workout? This class is for you!      weeks if they had a cesarean. Please bring
                       Fee: $67.00                                         Come and do some Hatha yoga (15 minutes)           all baby essentials including a blanket as well
                                                                           designed for anyone even if you are new to         as yoga mat and water.
                       YOGA – BEGINNER                                     yoga. This will be followed by 30 minutes of       Instructor: Lindsey Jackson
                       (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                                moving and fun that will energize. This cardio     Wednesday, Sept. 28, 10-11 am, 8 Wks
                       This classical yoga class promotes health,          portion will focus on building muscle and          Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
                       stress relief, vitality and balance. A variety of   burning fat. Class will end with another por-      Fee: $72.00
                       basic yoga postures as well as breathing and        tion of yoga to get the muscles you worked
                       relaxation techniques will be introduced. No        out toned even further. Come have fun, get a
                       yoga experience is required. Three locations        great workout and feel the relaxing benefits                 RECREATION
                       for your convenience.                               of yoga! (No class Oct. 6)
                       Instructor: Jane Finoro                             Instructor: Martha Cole                            BOATING EXAM.COM
                       1.) Tuesday, Sept. 27, 10-11 am, 10 Wks             Thursday, Sept. 29, 8-9 pm, 10 Wks
                                                                                                                              Learn the rules and regulations you need to
                       Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym                 Priory Park P.S., Gym
                                                                                                                              know to successfully obtain your powerboat
                       Fee: $90.00                                         Fee: $ 65.00
                                                                                                                              operator card. This card is required by any-
                                                                           YOGA - MEDITERRANEAN                               one operating a powerboat including Sea
                       Instructor: Lindsey Jackson                         (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                               Doos and Jet Skis. Upon successful comple-
                       2.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-8 pm, 10 Wks                                                                tion of the course you will receive a Canada
                       Gateway Dr. P.S., Gym                               This Mediterranean inspired yoga class             Coast guard approved certificate that is valid
                       Fee: $90.00                                         brings with it a Grecian inspiration. Stretch to   for life.
                                                                           create a sense of peace and calm while
                                                                           relieving tight muscles. All yoga levels are       Instructor: David White
                       Instructor: Jane Finoro                                                                                Monday & Wednesday, Sept. 26 & 28, 7-9:30
                       3.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-8 pm, 10 Wks             welcome to these early morning or evening
                                                                           classes. (No class Oct. 6)                         pm, 2 Nights
                       J.F. Ross C.V.I., Fitness Centre                                                                       Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7 & 9
                       Fee: $90.00                                         Instructor: Martha Cole                            Fee: $80.00
                                                                           1.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8 am, 10 Wks
                                                                           Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym                VOLLEYBALL
                                                                                                                              Volleyball is fun, exciting and a great way to

                                   OOPS!
                                                                           2.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 6-7 pm, 10 Wks
                                                                                                                              make new friends. Your coach and referee
                                                                           Priory Park P.S., Gym
                                                                                                                              will teach you the rules and techniques of
                                                                           Fee: $65.00
                                                                                                                              volleyball. Please wear running shoes and
                            We cancelled it because we                                                                        comfortable clothing. Everyone is welcome
                            didn’t know you wanted it!                                                                        from the beginner to the experienced player.
                        Sometimes excellent programs with                                                                     (No class Oct. 20)
                          super instructors are cancelled                                                                     Instructor: Steve Main
                         when too many wait until the last                                                                    1.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-8:15 pm, 12 Wks
                                minute to register.                                                                           2.) Thursday, Sept. 29, 8:15-9:30 pm, 12 Wks
                                                                                                                              Guelph C.V.I., Gym
                                DON’T WAIT.                                                                                   Fee: $80.00
                           AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
                            AND REGISTER EARLY!
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                       15

                                                  INTERIOR DECORATING AND DESIGN
                 HOME                             Learn basic design elements and principles
                                                                                                                    GARDEN
                                                  that will aid in renovating/decorating your
ANTIQUES                                          home. Tanya, a designer previously with “Buy       DESIGN WITH NATIVE PLANTS




                                                                                                                                                      Home & Garden
Want to know what’s valuable and what’s           the Yard Interiors” will discuss technical and      Learn how to use local conditions and native
not? Join Camille an experienced antique          aesthetic aspects to help you design beauti-       plants to create landscapes that save energy,
appraiser for this informative evening to learn   ful rooms in your home. Explore colour coor-       water and effort. Topics will include low
what’s “new“with antiques. She will discuss       dination, furniture arrangement, window            water, full sun, shade gardens, rain gardens,
what to look for when buying antiques and         treatments, lighting, accessories and much         seasonal interest, and how to encourage/dis-
which items to avoid.                             more.                                              courage wildlife. Create a design and step-
                                                  Instructor: Tanya Hooyer                           by-step plan for your yard. Bring your yard
Instructor: Camille MacKintosh, A.I.A.
                                                  Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9:30 pm, 5 Wks                layout.
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                  Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 216                                                                             Instructor: Liam Kijewski & Crystal Bradford
                                                  Fee: $100.00
Fee: $35.00                                                                                          Thursday, Oct. 20, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                                                  ROMAN SHADES                                       Centennial C.V.I., Rm C123
AUCTION SALES                                                                                        Fee: $35.00
Feel intimidated by “auction sales”? Camille      Roman shades are a stylish and classic win-
will give you the knowledge and background        dow covering. They are simple and easy to          LANDSCAPE DESIGN
you need to make you feel comfortable. Find       make. On the first night you will learn meas-      Learn the basic fundamental principles of
out what you need to know so you can make         urement techniques and how to calculate            landscape design. Hardscapes through to
informative bids and get a great deal.            correct yardage. In the remaining classes          soft landscaping, surveying and topography
Shopping has never been so fun. A field trip      with professional guidance you will measure,       and the use of extras to make a garden
to an actual auction will be planned. Details     cut and sew your own Roman shade. Please           unique will be discussed mainly in the first
will be discussed at class.                       bring measurements of your window,                 class. The second night will be more hands
                                                  pencil/paper and a diagram of your window          on. Bring your own property layout, pen,
Instructor: Camille MacKintosh, A.I.A.            to the first class. You will need to bring a
Tuesday, Oct. 25, 6:30-8:30 pm, 2 Wks                                                                paper and any photos necessary for class.
                                                  sewing machine to your second and third
J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 216                          classes.                                           Instructor: Matthew Morris
Fee: $45.00                                                                                          Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9:30 pm, 2 Wks
                                                  Instructor: Brenda Demmers
                                                                                                     Centennial C.V.I., Rm C123
GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS                             Thursday, Oct. 6, 7-10 pm, 3 Wks
                                                                                                     Fee: $65.00
                                                  Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
To heat a house, a geothermal heat pump
                                                  Fee: $56.00                                        URBAN CHICKENS
takes heat out of the ground by using a
refrigeration compressor system to concen-        SOLAR ENERGY 101                                   In many municipalities chickens are fast
trate the low grade heat and then it is blown                                                        becoming urban residents. Learn about how
through the heat ducts within a house. To         How does solar energy work and how do you          to care, feed, and house your feathered
cool a house in the summer, the same refrig-      set it up? This course covers the different        friends to keep them happy and healthy.
eration system is run backwards to take heat      kinds of solar systems that are available, and
                                                  how the average home, cottage or business          Instructor: Jennifer Osborn
(and humidity) out of the house and deposit it                                                       Wednesday, Oct. 17, 7-9 pm, 2 Wks
into the ground. This course will cover how       owner can decide if their location is optimal
                                                  for solar. It also provides information about      J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 213
heat pumps are made so that these heating                                                            Fee: $56.00
and cooling functions can be accomplished.        the Green Energy Act, how it affects solar,
Also, different types of heat pump installa-      and why solar is now a great financial invest-     WILD EDIBLES
tions will be discussed along with approxi-       ment. Accessing government rebates for
                                                  installing solar will also be discussed.           Join us as we discuss collecting and prepar-
mate costs and associated energy savings.                                                            ing wild plants common to the forests, fields,
                                                  Instructor: Doug Prest, M.B.A., P.Eng.
Instructor: Don Murray, Ph.D.                                                                        wetlands, and cities of Southern Ontario.
                                                  Wednesday, Oct. 26 & Nov. 2, 7-9 pm, 2 Wks
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night                                                                Learn recipes to keep, and species to avoid.
                                                  Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7                                                                 Instructor: Liam Kijewski & Crystal Bradford
                                                  Fee: $55.00
Fee: $35.00                                                                                          Thursday, Nov. 3, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
GET ORGANIZED                                                                                        Centennial C.V.I., Rm C123
                                                                                                     Fee: $35.00
Face it. You need to get organized. But where
do you begin? ...With hands on instruction!
Learn the principles that will help you organ-
ize everything in your life - your photos, your
office, your time! Professional organizer and
designer Danielle Oke will help you tackle
your project providing specific and practical
solutions plus the motivation to get the job
done.
Instructor: Danielle Oke                                                          GRAB A FRIEND! TAKE A COURSE
Saturday, Oct. 1, 9-12 noon, 1 Morning
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 8                                                  ENJOY A NIGHT OUT!
Fee: $35.00
                                                                                         Call...   519-836-7280              to register
                    16                                                                                                                                     FALL 2011


                                                                        QUILT AS YOU GO                                    ROMAN SHADES
                      KNITTING & SEWING                                 Join Dianne an experienced seamstress in           Roman shades are a stylish and classic win-
                                                                        making quick easy reversible quilted proj-         dow covering. They are simple and easy to
                    KNITTING SOCKS                                      ects. Start with a small project to learn the      make. On the first night you will learn meas-
Knitting & Sewing
                    Learn to knit socks the Magic Loop Way,             time saving techniques, then choose and            urement techniques and how to calculate
                    using one circular needle…toe down…no               make your own project in this 6 week class.        correct yardage. In the remaining classes
                    sewing required. Participants will require an       This class can be enjoyed by beginner              with professional guidance you will measure,
                    80 cm to 100 cm size 2.75 or 3.00 mm circular       through advanced sewers. Supply list will be       cut and sew your own Roman shade. Please
                    knitting needle, and two balls of sock yarn.        mailed with receipt. (No class Oct. 20)            bring measurements of your window,
                    Anne will supply the pattern so that everyone       Instructor: Dianne Kirk-Benincasa                  pencil/paper and a diagram of your window
                    will be making the same sock in different           Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9:30 pm, 6 Wks               to the first class. You will need to bring a
                    colours. You must be able to knit and follow a      Guelph C.V.I., Rm 117                              sewing machine to your second and third
                    pattern.                                            Fee: $90.00                                        classes.
                                                                                                                           Instructor: Brenda Demmers
                    Instructor: Anne McGee                              RECLAIM, REPURPOSE, REUSE                          Thursday, Oct. 6, 7-10 pm, 3 Wks
                    Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9 pm, 6 Wks
                                                                        Go Green! Do you have a favourite                  Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                    College Heights S.S., Staff Room
                                                                        garment/textile that you would like to trans-      Fee: $56.00
                    Fee: $65.00
                                                                        form into something new and useful? Learn
                    LEARN TO CROCHET                                    how to turn old clothing into something you        SEWING FOR BEGINNERS
                    Learn different crocheting techniques while         will love. During this one night workshop          This is a class designed for the beginner
                    completing a simple project. Snowflakes,            Dianne will give tips, tricks and ideas for cre-   sewer. Learn how to use sewing tools and
                    angels, doilies, afghans, sweaters, and             ative projects you can make out of reusable        notions and how to choose appropriate fab-
                    beach-tops are just some of the things you          materials around your home.                        rics, and patterns to make a pair of pajama
                    can make. On the first night please bring a         Instructor: Dianne Kirk-Benincasa                  pants for yourself or someone else. The first
                    ball of light coloured Bernat Softee chunky         Thursday, Sept. 22, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night             class will be held at Fabricland at Speedvale
                    yarn and a 6mm hook to practice. (No class          Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122                         Plaza. Do not buy a pattern or fabric ahead of
                    Oct. 20)                                            Fee: $35.00                                        time.
                                                                                                                           Instructor: Dianne Kirk-Benincasa
                    Instructor: Anne McGee
                                                                                                                           Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9:30 pm, 8 Wks
                    Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9 pm, 4 Wks
                                                                                                                           Guelph C.V.I., Rm 117
                    College Heights S.S., Staff Room
                                                                                                                           Fee: $115.00
                    Fee: $50.00

                    LEARN TO HAND KNIT
                    Knitting is a relaxing but creative pastime.
                    While working on a project of your choice,
                    you will learn stitches, increasing and
                    decreasing, ribbing, pattern reading and
                    proper finishing techniques. First night,
                    please bring a pair of 6mm needles, and a
                    ball of Bernat Softee chunky yarn to practice.
                    Instructor: Anne McGee
                    Tuesday, Sept. 27, 7-9 pm, 4 Wks
                    College Heights S.S., Staff Room
                    Fee: $50.00




                                                                                                                             REGISTRATION FORM
                                                                                                                             See back cover to find out where to
                                                                                                                             mail/fax your registrations or where
                                                                                                                                     to register in person.
                                                   REGISTER BY PHONE                                                          Please make cheques payable to
                                                            Use your VISA or MASTERCARD                                             Wellington Centre for
                                                             Call...   519-836-7280                                                  Continuing Education
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                         17

                                                  REAL FRENCH AT LAST                                SPANISH II (DAYTIME)
           LANGUAGES                              (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                               Have you taken a basic Spanish course but
                                                  This conversational program focuses on             would like to increase your level of compe-
FRENCH I (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                     improving your French speaking skills. It will     tency? Learn how to interact in native




                                                                                                                                                         Languages & Writing
Have you always wanted to learn French? Do        appeal to those who already know basic             Spanish. You will learn how to travel around
you have a child in French Immersion and          French but would like to practice with others      the cities and towns, order food, and commu-
would you like to learn the language as well?     and continue to learn about the language in a      nicate with Spanish-speaking people. Areas
Our dynamic teacher will teach you basic          fun and lively environment. The students will      to be covered in this course include speak-
French: letters, numbers, vocabulary (the cal-    speak only French in this class.                   ing, reading and listening. (No class Oct. 10)
endar, family, body, food, and salutations),      Instructor: Jocelyne Roy                           Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez
basic grammar and more. (No class Oct. 10)        1.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 12:30-2:30 pm, 12 Wks     Monday, Sept. 19, 1-3 pm, 10 Wks
                                                  2.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2:30-4:30 pm, 12 Wks      Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
Instructor: Jocelyne Roy
                                                  Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9               Fee: $115.00
1.) Thursday, Sept. 22, 10:45-12:45 pm, 12 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                                                                 SPANISH III (DAYTIME)
                                                  3.) Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-9 pm, 12 Wks
2.) Monday, Sept. 19, 7-9 pm, 12 Wks              Guelph C.V.I., Rm 116                              This course is designed for students who
Centennial C.V.I., Rm C121                        Fee: $135.00                                       have taken Spanish II or have some knowl-
Fee: $135.00                                                                                         edge of the Spanish language. Emphasis will
                                                  ITALIAN I                                          be placed on practical vocabulary and devel-
FRENCH II (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                    Basic Italian is not difficult! If you do not      opment of verbal and written communication
This course is for individuals who are no         know Italian or if it has been some time since     skills.
longer absolute beginners or who have previ-      you were exposed to the language, this is a        Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez
ously taken French I. The purpose of this         great course for you. We concentrate on            Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1:15-3:15 pm, 10 Wks
course is to improve your vocabulary (house,      everyday situations like ordering food, finding    Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 4
clothes, and professions), basic reading and      your way around town, and communicating            Fee: $115.00
grammar skills in an informal and stimulating     within an Italian environment. Emphasis is
atmosphere. (No class Oct. 6 & 27)                placed on providing you with communication
                                                  skills, but basic grammar and reading will                        WRITING
Instructor: Jocelyne Roy                          also be taught. A tutorial guide is included in
1.) Tuesday, Sept. 20, 1-3 pm, 12 Wks             the course fee.
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9                                                                 CREATIVE WRITING
                                                  Instructor: Carmela Di Vincenzo
                                                                                                     Autumn is the perfect time to dive into your
2.) Thursday, Sept. 22, 7-9 pm, 12 Wks            Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-9 pm, 10 Wks
                                                                                                     well of words within and find fresh inspira-
Centennial C.V.I., Rm C121                        J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 217
                                                                                                     tion. Using various prose skills and assign-
Fee: $135.00                                      Fee: $135.00
                                                                                                     ments, you can unblock your senses to tap
                                                  RUSSIAN I                                          your fountain of creativity. This is your invita-
FRENCH IN PROGRESS                                                                                   tion to write! We will also discuss the steps
(DAYTIME OR EVENING)                              Have you ever wanted to understand                 you may wish to take to get those stories or
This course is for individuals who have previ-    Russian, the language of great literature and      articles into print. Please bring your own
ously taken French II and for people who can      romance? This entry level language is intend-      paper and/or writing instruments. (No class
speak French but not enough to have a con-        ed for you, the first time Russian language        Oct. 10)
versation. You will improve your vocabulary,      student. Taught by a licensed Russian lan-
                                                  guage and literature teacher, this course will     Instructor: Deb Quaile
grammar and speaking skills. Your next step                                                          Monday, Sept. 19, 7-10 pm, 5 Wks
will be Real French at Last. (No class Oct. 10)   introduce you to the basics of Russian gram-
                                                  mar, vocabulary, spelling and reading skills       J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 211
Instructor: Jocelyne Roy                          with the intention that you will be able to eas-   Fee: $100.00
1.) Monday, Sept. 19, 1:15-3:15 pm, 12 Wks        ily explore your new knowledge almost
2.) Thursday, Sept. 22, 1-3 pm, 12 Wks                                                               SCREENPLAY AND NOVEL WRITING
                                                  immediately. (No class Oct. 10)
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5 & 9                                                              Get creative! Let that story out. Learn the
                                                  Instructor: Elvira Yarmey
                                                                                                     differences between writing books and writ-
                                                  Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9 pm, 8 Wks
3.) Tuesday, Sept. 20, 7-9 pm, 12 Wks                                                                ing scripts; then pick which one you like best
                                                  Centennial C.V.I., Rm C120
Centennial C.V.I., Rm C121                                                                           to keep working on. The hands on assign-
                                                  Fee: $90.00
Fee: $135.00                                                                                         ments will cause light bulb moments when it
                                                  SPANISH I (DAYTIME OR EVENING)                     comes to writing advice such as show, don’t
                                                                                                     tell, and keep it active. Thinking like a
                                                  This is a basic course taught in a friendly and    screenwriter can improve your novel
                                                  relaxed environment. No previous knowledge         writing. Novice writers are more than
                                                  of Spanish is required. (No class Oct. 5 & 10)     welcome. The course is geared towards
                                                  Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez                    intermediate writers. (No class Oct. 27)
                                                  1.) Monday, Sept. 19, 10-12 noon, 10 Wks           Instructor: Cindy Carroll
                                                  Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9               Thursday, Oct. 13, 7-9:30 pm, 5 Wks
                                                                                                     Centennial C.V.I., Rm C122
                                                  2.) Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9 pm, 10 Wks            Fee: $100.00
                                                  Centennial C.V.I., Rm C120
                                                  Fee: $115.00
                18                                                                                                                                   FALL 2011


                                                                    PIANO FOR BEGINNERS (DAYTIME)                    CONTRA DANCING
                                  MUSIC                             Learn the basics of piano including proper       Similar to square dancing, with many of the
                                                                    hand positioning and note reading. A variety     same moves, contra dance offers a unique
                                                                    of songs will be taught in this group lesson     opportunity to socialize, exercise and have
Music & Dance
                GUITAR BEGINNER
                Learn the basics of guitar: proper instrument       and the maximum number of students in the        fun. Once you’ve acquired the basic skills a
                positioning, common open chords in first            class is four. A $55 fee for books and materi-   contra dancer will be welcome on any dance
                position, plus finger picking styles. All that is   als is due at the first lesson. A small key-     floor across North America and Europe, with
                required is a six string acoustic guitar and        board (min. 61 keys) or piano is required to     or without a partner. For more info. about
                the desire to learn! A $5.00 supply fee is due      practice at home.                                contra-dancing visit http://www.hamiltoncon-
                first class.                                        Instructor: Nancy Karzorowski                    tra.ca/a_contra_dancers_primer.htm. Wear
                                                                    Wednesday, Oct. 5, 10:30-11:30 am, 8 Wks         loose, comfortable clothing. No street shoes
                Instructor: Paul McKeracher                                                                          in the gym. Sign up with a partner or find one
                                                                    The Music Corner, 3 Heath Road, Guelph
                Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-8 pm, 8 Wks                                                                   in class, singles welcome. (No class Oct. 10)
                                                                    Fee: $112.00
                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 241
                                                                                                                     Instructor: Judy Greenhill/Rick Avery
                Fee: $75.00
                                                                                                                     Monday, Sept. 19, 8-9:30 pm, 12 Wks
                GUITAR BEYOND BEGINNERS TO
                                                                                    DANCE                            Priory Park P.S., Gym
                ADVANCED                                                                                             Fee: $80.00
                Learn how to use bar chords and improvise           BALLROOM & LATIN DANCING
                                                                                                                     SQUARE DANCING (BEGINNER)
                with solos. A $5.00 supply fee is due first         Ballroom and Latin dancing (International
                                                                    Style) is great fun and exercise. Learn new      Meet new friends, have fun, get fit and start a
                class.
                                                                    steps for a wedding, special occasion or         brand new hobby. Modern Square Dance is
                Instructor: Paul McKeracher                                                                          enjoyed by many thousands of people world-
                Wednesday, Sept. 28, 8-9 pm, 8 Wks                  cruise ship. Waltz, Cha Cha, Slow Foxtrot,
                                                                    and Swing will be taught. Don’t miss the fun.    wide. Unravel the mystery of Alamo Ring and
                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 241                                                                             Box the Gnat. Caller extraordinaire Dave
                Fee: $75.00                                         Please sign up with a partner. No outside
                                                                    shoes in gym. (No class Oct. 6)                  Williamson will guide you through the calls
                                                                                                                     for basic level square dancing. You may sign
                GUITAR FOR YOUTH                                    Instructor: Sharon & Tom Fox                     up with or without a partner. Wear comfort-
                This course, for 10 to 15 year olds will teach      Thursday, Sept. 29, 6:45-8 pm, 10 Wks            able, cool clothing. No outside shoes in the
                the basics of guitar: proper instrument posi-       Mitchell Woods P.S., Gym                         gym.
                tioning, common open chords in first position,      Fee: $135.00/per couple
                                                                                                                     Instructor: Dave Williams
                plus finger picking styles. All that is required
                                                                    BALLROOM & LATIN DANCING -                       Tuesday, Sept. 20, 7:30-9 pm, 12 Wks
                is a six string acoustic guitar and the desire
                                                                    INTERMEDIATE                                     Paisley Rd. P.S., Gym
                to learn! Parents are asked to wait in hall
                                                                                                                     Fee: $80.00
                during lessons.                                     (Pre-requisite: Beginners class in
                Instructor: Paul McKeracher                         International Style) Learn additional dance      SQUARE DANCING (MAINSTREAM)
                Wednesday, Sept. 28, 6-6:50 pm, 8 Wks               patterns for Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz and Cha
                                                                                                                     This course will reinforce the moves taught in
                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 241                            Cha. This course will build on previous les-
                                                                                                                     basic square dance and introduce some of
                Fee: $75.00                                         sons and new dances such as Rumba and
                                                                                                                     the moves from Plus dance, the next level.
                                                                    Quick Step. No outside shoes in gym.
                                                                                                                     Join with members of the Royal City Square
                GUITAR SET-UP                                       (No class Oct. 6)
                                                                                                                     Dance Club on special outings to other clubs-
                Is your electric or acoustic guitar not sound-      Instructor: Sharon & Tom Fox                     to be determined. You may sign up with or
                ing and playing well? Want to save $ on             Thursday, Sept. 29, 8:15-9:30 pm, 10 Wks         without a partner. Wear comfortable, cool
                future guitar set-ups? This class will help you     Mitchell Woods P.S., Gym                         clothing. No outside shoes in the gym.
                diagnose problems and teach you how to              Fee: $135.00/per couple                          Prerequisite: Basic Square Dance
                set-up your guitar for optimum playability.
                                                                                                                     Instructor: Dave Williams
                Truss rod adjustments as well as nut and
                                                                                                                     Tuesday, Sept. 20, 8:30-10 pm, 12 Wks
                bridge corrections/intonation will be demon-
                                                                                                                     Paisley Rd. P.S., Gym
                strated. Bring your own guitar with new
                                                                                                                     Fee: $80.00
                strings on guitar.
                Instructor: Joe Hart
                Tuesday, Oct. 4, 7-9:30 pm, 1 Night
                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 211
                Fee: $45.00




                         “I enjoyed the individual attention
                                   we received”.
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                      19

                                                                                                    TAROT: WORKING WITH SPREADS
        PHOTOGRAPHY                                              HOBBIES                            Do you already know the basic meanings of
                                                                                                    the Tarot cards, but are struggling with how
BETTERPHOTOS.COM DSLR/DIGITAL                     BEGINNER BRIDGE                                   to work with them in a spread? Would you




                                                                                                                                                      Photography & Hobbies
PHOTOGRAPHY                                       Keep the brain active and learn the lifelong      like to learn a number of spreads you can use
This course offers the basic skills enabling      game of bridge. No previous knowledge of          when reading cards for yourself or others?
you to check and adjust camera settings and       bridge or any card game is required. This         Would you like to make your readings more
modes on your DSLR or digital camera. Learn       hands-on approach class starts playing            fluid and natural sounding? This is the “play”
how to apply basic compositional rules to         bridge from day one! Instructional notes          shop for you!!! Bring your deck and join the
your photography to make your images              included in fee. (No class Oct. 10)               group for a fun filled four weeks. Please note
appear more dramatic. This course also                                                              that participants need a working knowledge
                                                  Instructor: Monica Skinner                        of the Tarot, what it is, and an understanding
includes photo tips to avoid common
shooting problems in a lively mix of weekly       Monday, Sept. 26, 7-9:45 pm, 7 Wks                of the basic meanings of the cards.
lessons, practical assignments, interesting       Guelph Bridge Club
                                                                                                    Instructor: Renate Donnovan
discussions and photo critiques. Bring your       644 Imperial Rd. N. Guelph
                                                                                                    Tuesday, Nov. 8, 7-9 pm, 4 Wks
digital camera, lenses, manual and a tripod.      (just south of Woodlawn)
                                                                                                    Centennial C.V.I., Library
(No class Oct. 5)                                 Fee: $80.00
                                                                                                    Fee: $80.00
Instructor: Janette Gajic                         CHESS CLUB
Wednesday, Sept. 28, 7-9:30 pm, 8 Wks                                                               Nicola Walsh is a former Director of
Centennial C.V.I., Rm B118                        Get out and enjoy a night playing chess!
                                                                                                    Equestrian Studies with a Bachelor of
Fee: $135.00                                      Chess Club beginners to experts are all wel-
                                                                                                    Science in Equestrian Studies, and a rider
                                                  come! Come with a passion for chess.
                                                                                                    with 30 years experience in competitive rid-
BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY                       Different strategies will be taught. This is an
                                                                                                    ing and training.
Shooting black and white photographs can          excellent opportunity to meet and compete
present challenges for both beginners and         with other chess lovers.
                                                                                                    SHOULD I BUY A HORSE?
experienced photographers. This workshop          Instructor: Mahamud (Ali) Hassain
will focus on lighting, high key, normal and      Thursday, Oct. 6, 7:45-9 pm, 8 Wks
                                                                                                    Do you think your family is ready to own a
low light contrast composition, and it will use   J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 211
                                                                                                    horse? Let Nicola guide you through the pros
Adobe Photoshop Elements 8.0 to successfully      Fee: $45.00
                                                                                                    and cons of horse ownership so you can
enhance your black and white images. Bring                                                          make the decision that is right for you.
camera, lens, manual and a tripod.                CURIOUS ABOUT TAROT?                              Instructor: Nicola Walsh
Instructor: Janette Gajic                         Have you always wanted to learn about             Monday, Nov. 7, 7-9 pm, 1 night
Thursday, Sept. 22, 7-10 pm, 1 Wk                 Tarot? Maybe you already read, but want to        Centennial C.V.I., C123
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5              take your skills to the next level. Join us for   Fee: $25.00
Fee: $35.00                                       this fun “playshop”! We’ll review the basics
                                                                                                    THE HORSE IN CULTURE
                                                  of the deck and how it works, and use some
DIGITAL IMAGERY WITH ADOBE                        hands on activities for learning the meanings     Are you fascinated by images of horses in
PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8.0                            of the cards AND developing your intuitive        cave paintings, ancient texts, medieval paint-
This course introduces you to the main fea-       skills. Spreads and how to complete a full        ings and renaissance art? This course will
tures and workspaces of Photoshop and             reading will be explored in the final class.      cultivate an appreciation of the intimate rela-
illustrates some of the capabilities it offers    Bring your sense of fun, playfulness and          tionship between man and horse that has
you. Enhance your photos by using tools to        adventure! Please note: Participants need to      existed for over 5,000 years.
crop, colour, correct and sharpen images.         bring their Universal Waite or Rider-Waite        Instructor: Nicola Walsh
Explore layers and filters and use text to        deck to the first class.                          Monday, Oct. 17, 7-9 pm, 2 Wks
make creative images for cards and emails.        Instructor: Renate Donnovan                       Centennial C.V.I., C123
Instructor: Mary Henderson                        Tuesday, Sept. 20, 7-9 pm, 4 Wks                  Fee: $40.00
Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9:30 pm, 8 Wks              Centennial C.V.I., Library
                                                  Fee: $80.00
                                                                                                    TRAVEL “BUCKET LIST”
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 5
Fee: $135.00                                                                                        Join us for this informative evening that will
                                                                                                    help you to plan and achieve your travel
GETTING STARTED WITH YOUR                                                                           “Bucket List”. Our knowledgeable instructor
DIGITAL CAMERA                                                                                      has been in the travel business for over 30

                                                             OOPS!
This course provides great tips on how to get                                                       years. She will discuss travel ideas, getting
started using your digital camera. Learn to                                                         there for less, customized holidays, internet
take better pictures in just three hours with                                                       as a guide and much more.
an easy, hands-on approach workshop that              We cancelled it because we                    Instructor: Brenda Rowsell
explains aperture, shutter speed, depth of            didn’t know you wanted it!                    Tuesday, Nov. 15, 7-9:30, 1 Night
field, white balance, and ISO. This course is     Sometimes excellent programs with                 J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 211
ideal for someone shopping for a new cam-           super instructors are cancelled                 Fee: $35.00
era. Bring your camera, lens, manual and a         when too many wait until the last
tripod if you have one.                                   minute to register.
Instructor: Janette Gajic
Thursday, Oct. 20, 7-10 pm, 1 Wk                          DON’T WAIT.
Centennial C.V.I., Rm B118                           AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT
Fee: $35.00                                           AND REGISTER EARLY!
                   20                                                                                                                                  FALL 2011


                                                                      YOUNG ARTIST - AGES 4-6                          BAKING - AGES 7-14
                      YOUTH & CHILDREN                                Designed strictly for the imagination of the     Do you love to bake? In this hands-on class
                                                                      young artist, this class is for the child who    you will try a new recipe every week. You will
                   ART ATTACK - AGES 7-10                             loves to create. Blanca will introduce a vari-   be learning how to use utensils safely and
Youth & Children
                   Our creative art instructor Mandy will intro-      ety of art mediums.                              the skill of proper measuring. Of course the
                   duce participants to amazing art projects.         Instructor: Blanca Canales                       best part is...Bon Appetite! (No class Oct. 10
                   Young artists will be proud of their accom-        Thursday, Oct. 13, 5-5:45 pm, 8 Wks              & Oct. 31)
                   plishments and may even want to give their         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7             Instructor: Christy Scott
                   work as gifts. New projects this season.           Fee: $60.00                                      AGES 7-10
                                                                                                                       Monday, Oct. 3, 5:15-6:45 pm, 6 Wks
                   Instructor: Mandy Banks (Godrie)                   BABYSITTING - AGES 11+
                   Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6-8 pm, 5 Wks
                                                                      This Red Cross course targets youth aged 11      AGES 9-14
                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                                                                      years of age and up who are planning to start    Monday, Oct. 3, 6:50-8:20 pm, 6 Wks
                   Fee: $65.00
                                                                      babysitting. Learn basic first aid and how to    Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                   ART ATTACK FOR CHRISTMAS                           respond to emergency situations, basic baby      Fee: $55.00
                   - AGES 7-10                                        and childcare and advice on becoming a
                                                                      responsible babysitter. Develop confidence,      BAKING FOR CHRISTMAS - AGES 7-14
                   Would you like to make your own Christmas
                                                                      create a safe environment and find out tips      Homemade baking makes a wonderful
                   presents? Join Mandy for more art projects
                                                                      for getting babysitting jobs. Upon completion    Christmas gift. Learn to bake and decorate
                   which will be focused on the Christmas sea-
                                                                      of the course, students are given a Red Cross    treats that will become your family favourites.
                   son.
                                                                      Babysitter’s participatory certificate.          Instructor: Christy Scott
                   Instructor: Mandy Banks (Godrie)
                                                                      Instructor: Kathy Pool                           AGES 7-10
                   Wednesday, Nov. 23, 6-8 pm, 3 Wks
                                                                      1.) Saturday, Sept. 24, 9-4:30 pm, 1 Day         Monday Nov. 28, 5:15-6:45 pm, 3 Wks
                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                                                                      2.) Friday, Oct. 21, 9-4:30 pm, 1 Day
                   Fee: $45.00
                                                                      3.) Saturday, Nov. 19, 9-4:30 pm, 1 Day          AGES 9-14
                   ART CLASSES WITH BLANCA                            4.) Saturday, Dec. 17, 9-4:30 pm, 1 Day          Monday Nov. 28, 6:50-8:20 pm, 3 Wks
                                                                      5.) Friday, Jan. 6, 9-4:30 pm, 1 Day             Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                   A talented and experienced art teacher will
                                                                      Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7             Fee: $40.00
                   bring out your child’s talents. The fundamen-
                                                                      Fee: $60.00
                   tals of art from the basics of perspective to                                                       BASKETBALL - AGES 7-10
                   the 3-dimensional will be discovered.              BADMINTON - AGES 9-14                            Practice and improve your skills in ball con-
                                                                      Take this opportunity to learn the basic rules   trol, passing and shooting in this non compet-
                   ART MEDLEY - AGES 7-12
                                                                      of badminton, movement across the court          itive basketball program taught by an experi-
                   The budding artist who wants to experiment         and racquet handling through game play.          enced coach. Through drills and games
                   with charcoal, dry pastels, pencil and plas-       Bring your own racquet and inside shoes and      offensive and defensive moves will be taught.
                   tercine will enjoy this course. The always         be prepared to rally.                            In the second half of the class, participants
                   popular cartooning, sketching and even some                                                         will play a game. Be prepared to hustle!
                                                                      Instructor: Stephanie Bolliger
                   art history will be included.                                                                       Bring indoor shoes and a drinking bottle.
                                                                      Thursday, Oct. 13, 6-6:50 pm, 8 Wks
                   Instructor: Blanca Canales                         Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym              Instructor: Stephanie Bolliger
                   Thursday, Oct. 13, 5:50-6:50 pm, 8 Wks             Fee: $50.00                                      Thursday, Oct. 13, 5-5:50 pm, 8 Wks
                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7                                                                Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
                   Fee: $60.00                                                                                         Fee: $50.00
                   CARTOONING - AGES 7-12
                   Amazing animated cartoon characters will be
                   created in this evening class. Bring coloured
                   crayola markers and your love of drawing.
                   Blanca will show you the techniques of car-
                   tooning.
                   Instructor: Blanca Canales
                   Thursday, Oct. 13, 7-8 pm, 8 Wks
                   Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 7
                   Fee: $60.00




                                                    GRAB A FRIEND! TAKE A COURSE
                                                        ENJOY A NIGHT OUT!
                                                          Call...   519-836-7280                to register
FALL 2011                                                                                                                                        21

BEGINNER BRIDGE - GRADE 5 +                        HIP HOP - AGES 7-14                                 SCIENCE - HANDS ON - AGES 5-10
Come out, have fun and learn the lifelong          Join this hip hop class to develop coordina-        Explore the wonders of science with an ener-
game of bridge. No previous knowledge of           tion, rhythm & dance skills. A variety of           getic instructor who loves to experiment with
bridge or any card game is required. This          dance combinations will be taught to upbeat         building, creating and testing science experi-




                                                                                                                                                        Youth & Children
hands-on approach class starts playing             music. The time 7-8 pm is geared for pre-           ments. Keep the mess with us and amaze
bridge from day one! Instructional notes           teens and teens but mother and daughter             your family. Bring an old shirt.
included in fee. (No class Oct. 9)                 teams are welcome. Dress in light comfort-          Instructor: Christy Scott
Instructor: Monica Skinner                         able clothing and clean running shoes.              AGES 5-7
Sunday, Sept. 25, 3-4:30 pm, 8 Wks                 AGES 7-10                                           Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6-7 pm, 6 Wks
Guelph Bridge Club                                 Instructor: Aynslee Darmon
644 Imperial Rd. N. Guelph                         Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6-7 pm, 8 Wks                   AGES 7-10
(just south of Woodlawn)                                                                               Tuesday, Oct. 11, 7-8 pm, 6 Wks
Fee: $50.00                                        AGES 9–14                                           Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Rm 9
                                                   Instructor: Sarah Dort                              Fee: $50.00
CHESS CLUB - AGES 7-12                             Wednesday, Oct. 12, 7-8 pm, 8 Wks
Chess Club beginners to experts are all wel-       Priory Park P.S., Gym                               SOCCER – INDOOR - AGES 4-10
come! Come with a passion for chess.               Fee: $45.00                                         Boys and girls are welcome. Learn basic soc-
Different strategies will be taught. This is an                                                        cer skills, and team cooperation. Most of all
excellent opportunity to meet and compete          JITTER BUGS - AGES 4-6                              come and have fun. Different age groups will
with other chess lovers.                           This class has been designed to encourage           feature specific skills and activities. Bring
Instructor: Mahmud (Ali) Hassain                   children to become more active. The class           shin pads and indoor running shoes.
Thursday, Oct. 6, 6:30-7:30 pm, 8 Wks              will begin with warm up exercises then on to        Instructor: Evelina Wolejszo
J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 211                           various group games, tumbling on mats and           AGES 4-6
Fee: $45.00                                        moving to age appropriate music.                    Tuesday, Oct. 11, 4:15-4:50, 8 Wks
                                                   Instructor: Stephanie Bolliger
DANCE - AGES 3-7                                   Thursday, Oct. 13, 4:10-4:50 pm, 8 Wks              AGES 5-7
A wonderful class for the child who loves to       Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym                 Tuesday, Oct. 11, 5-5:50 pm, 8 Wks
dance. It is a great introduction to movement      Fee: $50.00
to music in a friendly and motivating atmos-                                                           AGES 7-10
phere. No previous dance experience                JUDO - AGES 6-13                                    Tuesday, Oct. 11, 6-6:50 pm, 8 Wks
required.                                          This class is designed as an introduction to        Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym
Instructor: Debbie Leworthy                        Judo. More than just throws and hold downs,         Fee: $50.00
AGES 3-4                                           empower your child with the self-confidence
                                                   and a boost of self-esteem that will last a life-   YOGA FOR KIDS - AGES 4-9
Saturday, Oct. 15, 10:30-11 am, 8 Wks
                                                   time. They will learn to attempt new tasks          An introduction to yoga using storytelling and
AGES 4-6                                           and challenges, take pride in their accom-          games that is a wonderful way for children to
Saturday, Oct. 15, 11:10-11:40 am, 8 Wks           plishments, and walk away with an “I Can”           engage their minds and bodies! Please wear
                                                   attitude.                                           loose and comfortable clothing.
AGES 5-7                                           Instructor: Rob Veltman                             Instructor: Lindsey Jackson
Saturday, Oct. 15, 11:45-12:30 pm, 8 Wks           Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6-6:50 pm, 8 Wks                Wednesday, Oct. 12, 6:10-6:50 pm, 8 Wks
Wellington Ctre. for Cont. Ed., Gym                J.F. Ross C.V.I., Fitness Centre                    Gateway Dr. P.S., Gym
Fee: $45.00                                        Fee: $45.00                                         Fee: $50.00

GUITAR FOR YOUTH - AGES 10-15
This course, for 10 to 15 year olds will teach
the basics of guitar: proper instrument posi-
tioning, common open chords in first position,
plus finger picking styles. All that is required
is a six string acoustic guitar and the desire
to learn! Parents are asked to wait in hall
during lessons.
Instructor: Paul McKeracher
Wednesday, Sept. 28, 6-6:50 pm, 8 Wks
J.F. Ross C.V.I., Rm 241
Fee: $75.00
                                                                                             “Your instructor is a fantastic person and
                                                                                            teacher. She understands her students and
                                                                                            has the unique ability to teach us in a way
                                                                                                        that we truly learn”.
                             22                                                                  FALL/WINTER 2011                                               FERGUS COURSES



                                      PLEASE CALL 519-323-4840 TO REGISTER FOR FERGUS COURSES.
Fergus Courses at a Glance
                                                                                   warmth of giving a handmade card, the lasting         ered, with emphasis on the child, along with dis-
                                          ARTS & CRAFTS                            memory of a scrapbook page or the unique              cussions on head injuries, severe allergic reac-
                             ACRYLICS FOR ADULTS***                                touch of a papercrafted party favor, made by          tions and use of the Epi-Pen and Twinject, asth-
                             In this course the students will learn the right      you! Please bring a $20.00 supply fee to the first    ma attacks, bleeding, choking, seizures and
                             use of differently shaped brushes, mixing             class.                                                when to call 911. Please bring an exercise pad
                             colours, creating art by learning about composi-      Instructor: Margaret de Witt                          or blanket, and a pen.
                             tion, proportion, light and shadow effects, per-      Monday, Nov. 7 for 3 wks, 7-9 pm                      Instructor: Sue Hogenkamp AEMCA, of
                             spective, and so on. No need to buy or bring          Centre Wellington District High School                            Vital Training Services
                             anything, all tools and materials will be provid-     Fee: $50.00                                           Monday & Tuesday, Oct. 24 & 25
                             ed. Material fee of $30 is payable to the instruc-                                                          for 2 nights, 7-10 pm
                             tor on the first night of classes.                    FOCUS ON DRAWING
                                                                                                                                         Centre Wellington District High School
                             Instructor: Melitta Toth                              Build a strong foundation for your explorations
                                                                                                                                         Fee: $70.00
                                                                                   in visual art. This course covers the fundamen-
                             Monday, Oct. 17 for 6 wks, 6:30-8 pm
                                                                                   tals of good drawing technique. New tech-             EMERGENCY FIRST AID & CPR-A***
                             Centre Wellington District High School                niques will be introduced each class, followed        A comprehensive 8 hour course, combining
                             Fee: $65.00                                           by the opportunity to explore using them in a full    adult and child CPR, along with choking, heart
                             NO SEW FLEECE BLANKET***                              drawing. Lots of personal guidance from the           attacks and strokes, recognition and treatment
                             Create a unique no sew polar fleece blanket to        instructor is available and full utilization of all   of bleeding, shock, bone and joint injuries, dia-
                             keep you warm, or as a gift. A great first project.   learned techniques is encouraged.                     betic emergencies, seizures, and burns. Also
                             Easy measure, cut, and knot the fringe you            Instructor: Jane Finoro                               includes recognition and treatment for head and
                             make on your blanket. Go home with a finished         Thursday, Oct. 13 for 8 wks, 7:30-9:30 pm             spinal injuries, asthma, allergic reactions with
                             project at the end of the class. Please bring to      Centre Wellington District High School                use of Epi Pen and Twinject, along with a
                             class - 1.5 meters of polar fleece plus 1.5 meters    Fee: $95.00                                           demonstration of the Automatic External
                             of co-ordinating fleece (total fleece required 3                                                            Defibrillator (AED). Please bring an exercise pad
                             meters), straight pins, sharp scissors and a          WIRE WRAPPED JEWELRY***                               or blanket, and a pen.
                             ruler. Great Christmas present.                       Learn techniques of wire wrapping to create           Instructor: Sue Hogenkamp AEMCA, of
                             Instructor: Sandi Moseley                             your own unique jewelry. Participants will com-                   Vital Training Services
                                                                                   plete a pendant and two styles of bracelets dur-      Monday & Tuesday, Nov. 7 & 8
                             Thursday, Nov. 3 for 1 night, 7-9:30 pm
                                                                                   ing this course. Material fee is included in the
                             Centre Wellington District High School                                                                      for 2 nights, 6-10 pm
                                                                                   cost of the course. Bring round nose pliers, wire
                             Fee: $25.00                                           cutters and chain nose pliers to class.               Centre Wellington District High School
                             VEGETABLE STEAMER***
                                                                                                                                         Fee: $90.00
                                                                                   Instructor: Janice Scott
                             Microwavable pouch is designed to capture             Wednesday, Oct. 5 for 3 wks, 7-9 pm OR                STANDARD FIRST AID & CPR C
                             moisture, steam your food and cook it in less         Wednesday, Nov. 16 for 3 wks, 7-9 pm                  - ST. JOHN AMBULANCE***
                             time, keeping all the natural flavors. The 100%       Centre Wellington District High School                Using the latest standards for First Aid and CPR,
                             cotton bag is ideal for cooking potatoes, corn,       Fee: $46.00                                           St. John offers a combination of Standard First
                             rolls and warming tortillas in the microwave.                                                               Aid and Basic Rescuer CPR (Level C) is com-
                             This quick, simple & practical project makes a                          BUSINESS                            bined to create one course for convenience and
                             great gift item. Bring to class 1/3 yard of 100 %                                                           economy. The Standard First Aid course is
                             cotton fabric (outside of bag), 1/3 yard of 100%      BASIC BOOKKEEPING & ACCOUNTING                        designed to provide comprehensive first aid
                             cotton fabric (inside of bag), 1/3 yard of warm       This beginner’s course focuses on the account-        training for general public interest or workplace
                             tater 100% cotton quilt batting, co-ordinating        ing cycle of a service business. Learn how to         requirements. Wide ranges of topics are includ-
                             thread, sewing machine, scissors and straight         analyze transactions to be entered in the gener-      ed in the course from emergency Scene
                             pins.                                                 al journal, how to post to ledger accounts, and       Management to choking, bleeding, AED, frac-
                             Instructor: Sandi Moseley                             how to prepare a trial balance. Payroll entries       tures, and medical conditions. The Basic
                             Tuesday, Nov. 8 for 1 night, 7-9:30 pm                and government reporting requirements will be         Rescuer CPR will teach you techniques for adult
                                                                                   briefly covered. At the end of the course you         (one and 2 rescuer) infant and children CPR.
                             Centre Wellington District High School
                                                                                   will be able to calculate the adjusting entries for   Textbook included in the course price.
                             Fee: $25.00                                                                                                 Certificates accepted by WSIB, Ontario Coaches
                                                                                   capital cost allowance, prepare a worksheet
                             NEEDLE FELTING - INTRO***                             and financial statements, and close the appro-        Association and the Ontario Hockey Association.
                             Needle felting is a fast, fun and enjoyable way       priate ledger accounts to be ready for the next       For those entering Nursing, we also offer the
                             to paint and sculpt with wool. Using only a few       period. Supplies are included in the course fee.      Heath Care Professional Course module at an
                             shreds of wool, a needle, pipe cleaners, and                                                                additional cost. All courses now include an AED
                                                                                   Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez
                             your imagination, you will begin a unique and                                                               module.
                                                                                   Tuesday, Oct. 11 for 9 wks, 6-8 pm
                             adorable animal . Come and impress yourself           Centre Wellington District High School                Instructor: St. John Ambulance
                             with your talents. Bring to class scissors and a                                                            Friday (7-9:45 pm), Sat & Sun (9 am-5 pm)
                                                                                   Fee: $100.00
                             $15.00 fee for materials.                                                                                   Choose between the following dates:
                             Instructor: Jennifer Osborn                                        CPR & FIRST AID                            Oct. 28, 29 & 30
                             Thursday, Oct. 13 for 1 night, 7-9:30 pm                                                                      Nov. 18, 19 & 20
                                                                                   CHILDCARE FIRST AID AND CPR***
                             Centre Wellington District High School                                                                      St. John Ambulance Hall
                             Fee: $25.00                                           This program focuses on specific emergency            66 Wellington Rd. 7, Unit 3, Elora
                                                                                   medical situations involving children and             Fee: $135.00
                             CREATIVE WORLD OF PAPERCRAFTING***                    infants, and different approaches to their treat-
                             I welcome everyone to this fun, fresh course          ment. Adult, child and infant CPR will be cov-
                             which teaches many aspects of the papercraft-
                             ing world and allows you the opportunity to find                  For more info about Fergus courses go to www.ugdsb.on.ca,
                             your inner creativity. Just imagine the personal                    click Continuing Education and click Centre Wellington.
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                                                     TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING                              an old tie).
            FITNESS & DANCE
                                                     Do you want to work on your A.B.T.’s (abdomen,       Instructor: Karen Murtagh
BEGINNER SOCIAL BALLROOM                             butts and thighs)? Included in this workout will     Monday, Oct. 24 for 8 wks, 6:30-8 pm
This class is about fun! An introduction to the      be exercises to improve your flexibility, strength   Salem Public School
smooth dances of Social Ballroom: The Foxtrot,       and balance. The upper body will also be chal-
                                                                                                          Fee: $70.00
the Slow Waltz and the Ballroom Tango. For a         lenged using free weights. Please bring two 2-5
bit of romantic Latin flare we add some Rumba        lb hand weights, a towel or mat and water bot-       YOGA FUNDAMENTALS
and then some suave Swing - to burn up the           tle to each class. Wear comfortable clothing         This course is designed for beginners as well as
floor! Social Ballroom is a partner dance based      and a pair of athletic shoes.                        more experienced students who wish to explore
on leading and following ideals, in this class we    Instructor: Steve Higgins                            their mind/body dialogue, through a nurturing ,
will explore these fundamentals and have you         Monday, Oct. 17 for 8 wks, 7-8 pm                    playful and meditative style. You will improve
looking fantastic in no time.                        John Black Public School                             your awareness, balance, strength, and flexibili-
Instructor: Gabreil Spiegelschrift                                                                        ty. Relaxation and breathing techniques will
                                                     Fee: $65.00
                                                                                                          leave you feeling relaxed and renewed. Please
Wednesday, Oct.12 for 4 wks, 7-8:30 pm
                                                     FLOW YOGA FOUNDATIONS - SALEM                        bring a mat and yoga block to class. Contact the
James McQueen Public School                                                                               instructor at jill@rasayana.ca if you have any
                                                     This class will give the new student an introduc-
Fee: $75.00                                                                                               questions about your suitability for this class.
                                                     tion to a wide array of yoga postures as well as
INTERMEDIATE SOCIAL BALLROOM                         a brief introduction to some basic yogic breath-     Instructor: Jill Davey
Continuing where the Beginner Social Ballroom        ing techniques and some gentle meditation            Tuesday, Oct. 4 for 9 wks, 6:30-8 pm
course left off, this course adds more moves         practice. Each class will feature an introduction    Centre Wellington District High School
and styling to our repertoire of Fox Trot, Slow      to a series of related postures as well as a gen-
                                                                                                          Fee: $85.00
Waltz, Ballroom Tango, Rock ‘’n’’ Roll Swing and     tle and flowing warm-up.This class is designed
Rumba. Expanding floor-craft concepts for the        for beginners to flow yoga or for those wishing
                                                     to reestablish their practice. Expect to be chal-
                                                                                                                               FOOD
leaders and precision techniques for the follow-
ers, we add some Ballroom Cha Cha to our             lenged, but to leave feeling refreshed and           HOLIDAY-THEMED COOKIES
dance card.                                          relaxed. Bring a yoga mat and a blanket (or 2).      WORKSHOP***
                                                     Dress in layers.                                     Beginners learn to make holiday cookies like a
Instructor: Gabreil Spiegelschrift
Wednesday, Nov. 9 for 4 wks, 7-8:30 pm               Instructor: Grace Rosewarne                          pro - “so pretty” - your guests may not want to
                                                     Wednesday, Oct. 5 for 8 wks, 6:30-7:45 pm            bite into them. A fun afternoon out to get into
James McQueen Public School
                                                     Salem Public School                                  the holiday mood early and ready for entertain-
Fee: $75.00                                                                                               ing. Demonstrating royal icing techniques, filling
                                                     Fee: $70.00
LADIES FITNESS KICKBOXING                                                                                 and flooding icing, detailing decorating accents
                                                     GENTLE YOGA                                          and fondant, sugaring, overpiping and herring-
Learn self-defence and experience authentic
kickboxing training without sparring. The car-       Gentle Yoga is ideal both for those new to yoga      bone designs, mittens, reindeer, angels,
diovascular, toning, conditioning and motor skill    and for the experienced yogi who enjoys a gen-       snowflakes and much more. We will be deco-
enhancements gained make fitness kickboxing          tle, relaxing practice to melt away tension,         rating 6-7 different cookies. Please bring a large
a tremendous option to sport - competitive kick-     unwinding for the evening. Please bring a yoga       container(s) to take your cookies home in a sin-
boxing. The program will promote self-confi-         mat, belt (or tie) and 2 yoga blocks (optional).     gle layer. Bring an apron if desired. Copies of
dence; teach basics in self-defence and help         Instructor: Karen Murtagh                            recipes are provided to take home and excellent
individuals strive to attain personal fitness                                                             refreshments are provided. All supplies are
                                                     Thursday, Oct. 13 for 8 wks, 6-7 pm
goals. Please wear comfortable workout attire                                                             included in the course cost.
                                                     Centre Wellington District High School
and bring a water bottle.                            Fee: $70.00                                          Instructors: Nina Murray & Sheila Eisen
Instructor: James Watson, Certified Personal                                                              Saturday, Nov. 19 for 1 day, 1-5 pm
                                                     MOSTLY YIN YOGA                                      0111 Side Rd. 18, R.R. #1 Fergus
Training Specialist, Black Belt Level Instructor,
Certified Fitness Kickboxing Instructor              Mostly Yin is a challening, yet deeply relaxing      Fee: $55.00
                                                     practice for the experienced yoga practitioner
Tuesday, Oct. 4 for 8 wks, 8-9 pm                                                                         CUPCAKES COUTURE - DESIGNING STYLISH
                                                     beginning with Yang style movements and then
Studio at 275 Gordon St. Fergus                      settling in for a sequence of long-held Yin          CUPCAKES WORKSHOP***
Fee: $55.00                                          poses, combined with Mindfulness Meditation.         Demonstration will include making the best
LONG-LIFE EXERCISE                                   Please bring a yoga mat and cushion or blanket       Italian meringue butter cream frosting, filling an
                                                     for meditation.                                      icing bag, classic butter cream swirl & rosette,
Learn exercises that can be done anywhere and
                                                     Instructor: Karen Murtagh                            making cupcake toppers with fondant, covering
anytime without the expense of a gym or equip-
                                                                                                          cupcakes with fondant and stylish accents, ani-
ment, and that will give you vitality and an ener-   Thursday, Oct. 13 for 8 wks, 7:15-8:30 pm
                                                                                                          mal print, stiletto, bow and flower decorations.
getic feeling. Slow stretching, proper breathing     Centre Wellington District High School               We will be decorating 6-8 different cupcakes.
and utilizing your vital energy (“chi”) will         Fee: $70.00                                          Please bring a large container(s) to take your
enhance the quality and length of your life. The
                                                     YOGA - SALEM                                         cupcakes home in a single layer. Bring an apron
instructor has a 3rd degree black belt in karate,
                                                     General Hatha Yoga - this is a general hatha         if desired. Copies of recipes are provided to
and has studied many of the Eastern softer
                                                     yoga class including standing and floor gentle       take home and excellent refreshments are pro-
exercises related to it. Come and enjoy these
                                                     and moderate poses. We will explore both             vided. All supplies are included in the course
exercises. Loose clothing.
                                                     movement and stillness in this practice. Also        cost.
Instructor: Paul Grant
                                                     included will be some pranayama (yoga breath-        Instructors: Nina Murray & Sheila Eisen
Monday, Oct. 17 for 8 wks, 7-8 pm
                                                     ing practices) and brief quiet meditative seated     Saturday, Oct. 22 for 1 day, 1-5 pm
Centre Wellington District High School               postures. Wring out tension from your body,          0111 Side Rd. 18, R.R. #1 Fergus
Fee: $50.00                                          stretch and build personal strength leaving the      Fee: $55.00
                                                     day behind and easing into relaxation. Please
                                                     bring a yoga mat, a blanket and a yoga belt (or
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Fergus Courses at a Glance
                             HORS D’OEURVES FOR HOLIDAY                            THERAPEUTIC TOUCH TM - LEVEL 2***                    CHILDREN’S ART CLASS - AGES 8-12***
                             ENTERTAINING***                                                                                            These classes offer a mixture of activities for
                                                                                   This day begins with a solid review of the infor-
                             Join Wendy in her well-equipped caterer’s             mation and skills learned in Level 1. We move        children ages 8-12, and will help learning the
                             kitchen, and learn how to WOW your guests             on to understand and experience the use of           use of different materials incorporating in beau-
                             with fabulous finger foods, including phyllo pas-     colour, creative imagery and modulation of           tiful art works. We will have fun with paints,
                             try-based appetizers, perfect for holiday enter-      energy. Relaxation and centering will deepen         pencils, construction paper, poly clay, etc. The
                             taining. An emphasis will be placed on presen-        to enhance your work. Research and feedback          goal here is to develop imagination, build your
                             tation of these delicacies. Bring plastic contain-    tell us this healing process is gentle and effi-     artist confidence, compose, create and enjoy by
                             ers to take home leftovers. A truly “tasteful”        cient. An $80 fee is payable to the instructor on    attacking interesting topics. All materials and
                             evening. Wendy has all new recipes for those          the day of class.                                    tools will be provided, no need to buy and bring
                             who have attended this class in past years. Cost                                                           anything only your love for art. Material fee of
                                                                                   Instructor: Deborah Gould RN, of Peace of Mind
                             of course includes food.                                                                                   $30 is payable to the instructor on the first night
                                                                                   Saturday, Nov. 19 for 1 day, 8:30 am-4:30 pm         of class.
                             Instructor: Wendy Gottmers of                         Home of D. Gould, Elora
                                         Southern Belles Catering                  Fee: $20.00                                          Instructor: Melitta Toth
                             Thursday, Nov. 17 for 1 night, 7-10 pm                                                                     Tuesday, Oct. 18 for 6 wks, 6:30-8 pm
                             Southern Belles Catering, Belwood                                        HORSES                            Centre Wellington District High School
                             Fee: $70.00                                                                                                Fee: $50.00
                                                                                   ALL ABOUT HORSES - FROM
                             5-STAR COOKING AT HOME WITH CHEF                      RAISING THEM TO RIDING***                            DISCOVERY COURSE
                             STEPHEN VAUGHAN***                                    Penn-Tawsha Stables offers a unique opportuni-       This fun course offers experiential learning with
                             Steve will be teaching restaurant techniques          ty for horse lovers to learn the rudiments of car-   horses that will teach you a lot about yourself
                             and presentations, using locally-sourced ingre-       ing for and riding horses. Topics include basic      and how you can grow. Three week program,
                             dients, so the next time you are entertaining         riding (walk and trot), stable management, feed-     themes are: Week 1: Creative Problem-Solving,
                             your family, friends, and business associates,        ing, grooming, equipment, a farrier/blacksmith       Week 2: Distractions and Temptations, Week 3:
                             you will have prepared a 5-Star meal. (This is a      visit, a vet visit, massage therapy, and MORE!       Communication and Leadership. No horse expe-
                             “hands-on” class.) Appetizer, Entrée with             Limited enrollment - for ages 16 and up. Dress       rience necessary! $65.00 payable to the instruc-
                             Accompaniments, and Dessert. Bring wine or            warmly - indoor arena can be very cold.              tor on first evening.
                             your choice of beverage with you.                     Instructor: Sandi Moseley                            Instructor: Beth Gordon
                             Instructor: Stephen Vaughan                           Saturday, Oct. 8 for 7 wks, 1-3 pm                   AGES 10-13
                             Thursday, Oct. 20 for 1 night, 7-10 pm                Penn-Tawsha Stables, Belwood                         Thursday, Oct. 6 for 3 wks, 4:30-6 pm
                             Southern Belles Catering, Belwood                     Fee: $95.00                                          AGES 14-17
                             Fee: $70.00                                           INTRODUCTION TO HORSES - ADULTS                      Monday, Oct. 3 for 3 wks, 4:30-6 pm
                                                                                                                                        New Hope Youth Ranch
                                       HEALTH & WELLNESS                           Come to this workshop to have a “re-introduc-
                                                                                   tion” to these magnificent animals. Get insight      Fee: $20.00
                             REIKI - LEVEL ONE***                                  into how horses think so you can better read         DRAWING FOR YOUTH - AGES 11-16***
                             Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduc-       their behaviour. Get to know our safe horses at      These lessons will be the most important art
                             tion and relaxation that promotes healing. An         your own pace without pressure. You’ll come          lessons for those who are really interested in
                             easy to learn and effective healing method any-       away with less fear and more knowledge! $15          learning the basics and later build upon.
                             one can use. No previous experience is neces-         payable to the instructor on the day of class.       Acquire the freedom for drawing freehand but
                             sary. Learn the ethics and principals, how to         Instructor: Beth Gordon                              controlled lines, using various tools like soft
                             perform a treatment and group treatment meth-         Saturday, Oct. 22 for 1 day, 1-2:30 pm OR            pencils, chalk coal, ink markers, etc. This
                             ods. Fee includes Level One certification upon        Saturday, Nov. 5 for 1 day, 1-2:30 pm                course will develop deep observation, eye-hand
                             successful completion.                                New Hope Youth Ranch                                 coordination, understanding creativity, charac-
                             Instructor: Trudy Conway RP/RT,                       Fee: $15.00                                          ter and personal differences in art works. We
                                         Reiki Master Teacher                                                                           will deal with lines, forms, texture, proportion,
                             Wednesday, Oct. 19 for 2 wks, 6-10 pm                                KID’S CORNER                          perspective and light. Material fee of $25 is
                                                                                                                                        payable to the instructor on the first night of
                             Centre Wellington District High School                BABYSITTING                                          classes.
                             Fee: $115.00                                          If you are at least 12 years of age, and are plan-   Instructor: Melitta Toth
                             THERAPEUTIC TOUCH TM - LEVEL 1***                     ning to start babysitting, then sign-up for this
                                                                                   course that is approved by the Hospital for Sick     Wednesday, Oct. 19 for 6 wks, 6:30-8 pm
                             The timeless and universal practice of                                                                     Centre Wellington District High School
                                                                                   Children. This course includes 12 hours of in-
                             Therapeutic Touch tm is a consciously directed        depth instruction where you will learn basic         Fee: $50.00
                             process of energy exchange. The focus of              first-aid, diaper changes, how to respond to
                             energy by the practitioner facilitates health and                                                          GIRL’S NIGHT AT THE RANCH
                                                                                   emergency situations, basic baby and child
                             healing. It can be used for yourself as well as                                                             - AGES 13-17
                                                                                   care, and advice on becoming a responsible
                             others. This is the first of three levels of study.   babysitter. Upon successful completion of the        Unique workshop for young ladies ages 13-17.
                             An $80 fee is payable to the instructor on the        course, students will be issued a certificate.       Meet some new friends (some on four legs)
                             day of class.                                         Please bring a pen and highlighter to class.         while participating in fun equine assisted learn-
                             Instructor: Deborah Gould RN, of Peace of Mind        Instructor: Jessica Terpstra                         ing activities (experiential learning). Enjoy a
                             Saturday, Oct. 22 for 1 day, 8:30 am-4:30 pm          Wednesday, Oct. 12 for 6 wks, 6:30-8:30 pm           bonfire with girl talk (and marshmallows of
                                                                                                                                        course) to end the night. Themes: healthy
                             Home of D. Gould, Elora                               Centre Wellington District High School
                                                                                                                                        friendships, self-care, peer pressure, teamwork
                             Fee: $20.00                                           Fee: $60.00
                                                                                                                                        and confidence. No horse experience neces-
                                                                                                                                        sary! $30 payable to the instructor on the
                                         For more info about Fergus courses go to www.ugdsb.on.ca,                                      evening of the class.
                                           click Continuing Education and click Centre Wellington.                                      Instructor: Beth Gordon
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Saturday, Oct. 8 for 1 night, 6-8:30 pm OR          Instructor: Monica Skinner, ACBL Accredited           Tuesday, Oct. 25 for 1 night, 7-8:30 pm OR
Friday, Oct. 14 for 1 night, 6-8:30 pm                          Bridge Teacher                            Tuesday, Nov. 1 for 1 night, 7-8:30 pm
New Hope Youth Ranch                                Wednesday, Oct. 12 for 7 wks, 7-9:45 pm               Centre Wellington District High School
Fee: $15.00                                         Centre Wellington District High School                Fee: $14.00
                                                    Fee: $70.00                                           STRATEGIES FOR SUCCESS
               LANGUAGES                            HOOFBEATS                                             “A plan of action will separate you from 97 per-
SPANISH I                                           Four week self discovery course for women             cent of the people you meet. Everyone has
This is a basic course taught in a friendly and     ages 20 and up. Over the four weeks you will          dreams, but very few ever turn those into goals.
relaxed environment. No previous knowledge of       gain new insight into yourself and how you            The difference between a dream and a goal is
Spanish is required                                 relate to others. You will learn powerful lessons     that a goal is a dream with a timeframe of
                                                    from horses each week. Themes include:                action attached” Dan Miller. Goal setting is a
Instructor: Rosa Maria Melendez
                                                    Assertiveness, confidence, communication,             powerful tool. This course will guide you
Monday, Oct. 3 for 9 wks, 6-8 pm                                                                          through the steps of establishing specific goals
                                                    self-image, leadership, creative problem-solv-
Centre Wellington District High School              ing, dealing with distractions and life’s ‘clut-      and action plans to help you move towards your
Fee: $105.00                                        ter’...and more. No horse experience necessary!       dreams. Waiting is a myth. Start now and be
                                                    $60 payable to the instructor on the first night of   part of the 3% who are living the life of their
                     PETS                           class.                                                dreams! $80 payable to instructor on first night
INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL                              Instructor: Beth Gordon                               of classes.
COMMUNICATION                                       Tuesday, Oct. 4 for 4 wks, 5:30-6:30 pm               Instructor: Jelena Ovari
Come join us for this insightful exploration of     New Hope Youth Ranch                                  Thursday, Oct. 6 for 4 wks, 7-8:30 pm
animal-human communications. Yvonne                 Fee: $22.00                                           Centre Wellington District High School
Browning has completed courses on                                                                         Fee: $22.00
Therapeutic Touch with animals and animal           UNIQUELY YOU!
communication. From the barns for horses, to        Why do you do what you do, and like what you                            SPORTS
homes for Irish Wolf hounds, the experience of      like? People sometimes struggle with wanting to
animal communication has been new and excit-        be like someone else — but why, when you can          BADMINTON - ALMA
ing with each new client. Please bring a photo-     be YOU? Learn more about your strengths, gifts,       No formal lesson, just a non-competitive night
graph of your animal with you to class. $5          and personality. This course will help you dis-       of fun. Bring your own racquet and wear indoor
payable to the instructor for handout materials     cover your unique personality blueprint with the      non-marking running shoes. Class size limited –
on first night.                                     use of some key profiling tools. Understanding        register early!
                                                    how we are wired, and why, is essential to find-      Person In Charge: Linda Wilkinson
Instructor: Yvonne Browning
                                                    ing happiness and success in every area of life,
Wednesday, Oct. 12 for 2 wks, 7-9 pm                                                                      Alma Public School
                                                    from careers to relationships. It also helps us
Centre Wellington District High School              better understand the people around us. $60           FALL - Monday, Oct. 17 for 8 wks, 7:30-9 pm OR
Fee: $35.00                                         payable to the instructor on first night of class.    FULL YEAR (includes Winter & Spring sessions)
                                                                                                          – beginning Monday, Oct. 17, 7:30-9 pm
                                                    Instructor: Jelena Ovari
             PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                                  Fee: $99.00
                                                    Thursday, Nov. 10 for 3 wks, 7-8:30 pm
BETTERPHOTOS.COM - DIGITAL/SLR PHO-                 Centre Wellington District High School                BADMINTON - ELORA
TOGRAPHY                                            Fee: $20.00                                           No formal lesson, just a non-competitive night
This course offers the basic skills enabling you                                                          of fun. Bring your own racquet and wear indoor
                                                    RIGHT BRAIN, LEFT BRAIN
to check and adjust camera settings and modes                                                             non-marking running shoes. Class size limited –
on your DSLR or digital camera. Learn how to        Ancient Egyptians used to think the heart was         register early!
apply basic compositional rules to your photog-     the centre of thinking, and modern scientists
                                                    used to call it the ‘black box’ as they labored to    Person In Charge: Ross Langlands
raphy to make your images appear more dra-                                                                Elora Public School
matic. Also includes photo tips to avoid common     unlock the mental processes behind behavior.
                                                    This processing powerhouse weighs less than           FALL - Thursday, Sept. 29 for 12 wks, 8-10 pm
shooting problems in a lively mix of weekly les-
sons, practical assignments, interesting discus-    5lbs, and we do actually use 100% of it! This intro   Fee: $60.00
sions and photo critiques. Bring your digital       course offers you a sneak peak into the fascinat-     FULL YEAR (includes Winter & Spring sessions)
camera, lenses, manual and a tripod.                ing study of neuroscience and science’s latest        – beginning Sept. 29, 8-10 pm
                                                    discoveries about the human brain. $40 payable        Fee: $99.00
Instructor: Janette Gajic                           to the instructor on first night of classes.
Tuesday, Oct. 11 for 8 wks, 7-9:30 pm                                                                     MEN’S BASKETBALL - AGES 18 & UP
                                                    Instructor: Jelena Ovari
Centre Wellington District High School
                                                    Wednesday, Oct. 12 for 3 wks, 8-9 pm                  No formal lesson, just come out and have a
Fee: $135.00
                                                    Centre Wellington District High School                fun night of basketball. Wear non-marking
          SPECIAL INTEREST                          Fee: $18.00                                           indoor athletic shoes.
                                                    THE AGING BRAIN                                       Person In Charge: Erik Gitter
BEGINNER BRIDGE 1
                                                    What happens to our brains as we age? What            Thursday, Oct. 13 for 9 wks, 6:15-7:45 pm
Bridge is a great social game, it keeps the brain
                                                    can we do to keep our brains healthy? The good        Elora Public School
active, you can play all your life and you can
                                                    news is that you can teach an old dog new             Fee: $40.00
learn to play bridge at any age. In Beginner
                                                    tricks! This class will teach you simple ways to
Bridge 1 you will learn the basics of the game
                                                    keep your brain healthy and active, including
so that you can start to enjoy playing with your
                                                    nutrition, mental exercises, and memory strate-
friends. No previous knowledge of bridge or any
                                                    gies. $25 payable to the instructor on the night
other card game is required as we start from
                                                    of class.
scratch. A very hands-on approach is used and
you will be playing bridge from day one.            Instructor: Jelena Ovari
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                                   Correspondence Courses
     High School Credit Courses For Adults to Complete at Home - Start Anytime!

• Earn credits to complete                Credits available:
  your high school diploma                • English                  • Health for Life
• Develop skills to improve               • Mathematics              • Entrepreneurship
  your daily life needs                   • Parenting                • Computers

      Individualized In-House Correspondence Program - Fergus
                         • All adult classes
                         • Learn at your own pace
                         • Receive help from a tutor
                         • Start anytime
                     Evening classes - Monday & Wednesday, 6:30-9:30 pm
                  All classes are held at Centre Wellington District High School

                      Literacy & Basic Skills - Start Anytime
 This FREE program is designed to give you basic English, Math, and Computer skills.
 ENROL IN THIS PROGRAM IF YOU NEED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
 • You want to improve reading, writing and spelling skills
 • You need to review basic math skills, including fractions,
   algebra, geometry, multiplication, etc.
 • You want to learn basic computer skills
 • You need to prepare for future secondary courses
 • You need to learn about essential skills for employment
 • You need to upgrade in order to complete the GED

 LOCATION:         DAYS & EvENINGS:                    TIME:
 Mount Forest      Monday, Tuesday & Thursday          1 pm - 4 pm
                   Tuesday & Wednesday evening         5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
 Harriston         Monday & Wednesday                  9 am - 3:30 pm
 Fergus            Monday & Wednesday                  9 am - 3:30 pm
                   Tuesday Evening                     6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
 Guelph            Monday to Thursday                  9 am - 3:30 pm
                   Monday & Wednesday                  6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
 Drayton           Tuesday & Thursday                  9 am - 3:30 pm
                   Tuesday Evening                     6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

 Call Continuing Education at 519-836-7280 x624
 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 - 4:00 pm)
 CALL NOW - YOUR FUTURE IS WAITING!
     For Information Call Continuing Education at 519-836-7280 x624
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                   DAY COMPUTER COURSES
                 Secondary School Credit Courses
                  Secondary School Credit Courses
          Computer Courses                                 Accounting
     2011-2012 (6 Week Sessions)                   2011-2012 (9 Week Sessions)
           MONDAY – FRIDAY                              MONDAY – FRIDAY
             Sep 12 – Oct 21                             Sep 19 – Nov 18
             Oct 24 – Dec 2                              Nov 28 – Feb 10
             Dec 5 – Jan 27                              Feb 13 – Apr 20
             Jan 30 – Mar 9                              Apr 30 – Jun 29
             Mar 19 – Apr 27
              Apr 30 – Jun 8                             8:30 am – 1:00 pm
           8:45 am – 12:30 pm

                      BTT20
      Information and Communication Technology
                      in Business
                                                            2 Credit Package
             Correct keyboarding techniques
             Introduction to file management         BAI3E Computerized Accounting 1
             Business and word processing skills           Introduction to Accounting
                                                         Introductory and Intermediate
                      BTA3O                              Accounting theories
      Information and Communication Technology:          Introduction to Simply Accounting
                The Digital Environment
                     –
             MS Windows
             MS Word – Level 1                       BAN4E Computerized Accounting 2
             MS Excel Level 1
                                                        Accounting for a Small Business
                                                         Advance Accounting Theory
                      BTX4E                              Intermediate and Advance concepts
      Information and Communication Technology           in Simply Accounting
                   in the Workplace
             MS Word – Level 2
             MS Excel – Level 2
                Prerequisite BTA3O
                                                           $195.00 fee includes:
              10:15 am – 2:00 pm                          Instructional manuals
                                                            Student Data Disk
                      BTX4C
      Information and Communication Technology:    Free trial version software (1 year)
                The Digital Environment
             Communications via the Internet
             E-mail and Search Engines
             HTML Web Page Design
                Prerequisite BTA3O
                                                     CALL 519-836-7280
                      TGJ4O
            Communications Technology:                  Computer Course Fees
           Digital Imagery and Web Design           $50 (per credit) non-refundable
             Digital Design Principles               (includes instruction manual)
             Dreamweaver-Web Page Design
             Digital Imaging
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                                       DAY COMPUTER COURSES
     Computers - 2011-2012 Sessions                                           Computerized Accounting - 2011-2012 Sessions
     September 12 – October 21, 2011 (6 weeks)                                  September 19 – November 18, 2011 (9 weeks)
     October 24 – December 2, 2011 (6 weeks)                                    November 28 – February 10, 2012 (9 weeks)
     December 5 – January 27, 2012 (6 weeks)

     Monday - Friday                                                            Monday - Friday
     8:45 am – 12:30 pm                                                         8:30 am – 1:00 pm
     OR
     10:15 am - 2:00 pm
     See flow chart on page 28

     A non-refundable material and registration fee of                          A non-refundable material and registration fee of
     $50 per credit is required for computer classes.                           $195.00 includes: Instructional manuals, Student
                                                                                data disk and free 1 year trial version software.


LOCATION: Continuing Education Computer Lab located at Central P.S., 97 Dublin St., N., Guelph
HOW TO REGISTER: Call 519-836-7280 or drop in to the Wellington Centre For Continuing Education
                                   1428 Gordon St., Guelph.

                                                              SINGLE CREDIT
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION                         INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION                         COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY:
TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS                              TECHNOLOGY in the WORKPLACE                         DIGITAL IMAGERY & WEB DESIGN
- BTT2O Grade 10                                    - BTX4E Grade 12                                    - TGJ4O Grade 12
(Prerequisite: None)                                (Prerequisite: BTA3O)                               (Prerequisite: Proficiency in Keyboarding
In this 6 week course students will learn correct   Develop document creation skills using MS Word      Techniques or BTT2O, or BTA3O)
keyboarding techniques on a PC in a Windows         and MS Excel. Document creation includes:           Uncover the power and versatility of
environment. Basic word processing skills using     tables, columns, mail merge and clipart.            Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. Create multi
WordPerfect and introductory file management        Spreadsheet skills include: linking worksheets,     dimensional web pages and learn to design origi-
techniques are included.                            charts and graphing, built in functions and data-   nal artwork for Flash movies. The development
                                                    base queries.                                       and creation of on line application for business
INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION                                                                             and personal use is also covered.
TECHNOLOGY: THE DIGITAL                             INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION
ENVIRONMENT - BTA3O Grade 11                        TECHNOLOGY: THE DIGITAL                             INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
(Prerequisite : Proficiency in keyboarding          ENVIRONMENT - BTX4C Grade 12                        ACCOUNTING for a SMALL BUSINESS
techniques or BTT2O)                                (Prerequisite: Proficiency in Keyboarding           - BAI3E Grade 11 / BAN4E Grade 12
This 6 week course is designed to develop your      Techniques or BTT2O)                                Over the course of 9 weeks, students are intro-
knowledge in file management techniques and         In 6 weeks learn how to use electronic communi-     duced to basic file management principles in a
document creation. Course content will introduce    cation resources: email, internet and the world     Windows environment. Basic introductory and
you to introductory skills in word processing and   wide web. Learn introductory and intermediate       intermediate theories are studied with a practical
spreadsheet creation, using MS Word and MS          web page design skills using HTML programming       software application to Simply Accounting.
Excel.                                              language.                                           Students further develop their accounting skills
                                                                                                        studying advance theory and application con-
                                                                                                        cepts in Simply Accounting for small and medium
                                                                                                        size businesses. Upon successful completion of
                                                                                                        this course students should be able to perform
                                                                                                        most accounting duties.
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                      NIGHT SCHOOL CREDIT COURSES

HOW TO REGISTER                         COURSES OFFERED:
ADULT STUDENTS                          Grade 11 & 12
In Person:                              Biology, Chemistry, English and Mathematics
Wellington Centre for Continuing
Education, 1428 Gordon St.,             See full descriptions on page 31
Guelph, ON N1L 1C8
(A transcript, and picture
identification is required )            DATES & TIME:
                                        Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

                                        October 11 – December 15, 2011
Phone-In:

Telephone - 519-836-7280                6:30 - 9:30 pm
Course registration payable with
Visa or MasterCard.
                                        LOCATION:
                                        Classes are held at:
Regular Office Hours:
Mon.-Fri., 8:30 am - 4:00 pm            John F. Ross C.V.I., 21 Meyer Dr., Guelph

                                        COSTS:
SECONDARY DAY
SCHOOL STUDENTS                         A textbook deposit of $100.00 ($80 refundable) is payable upon registration

Secondary School Students may           for all Biology, Chemistry and Math classes. English classes require a $20.00
attend night school if they have
permission from their day school        non-refundable fee payable upon registration. Your receipt for text deposit
principal. See your Guidance
Counsellor for a registration form      will confirm your place in the class. Bring your receipt to the first class.
and course selection. Bring the
signed eligibility form to the office
at the Wellington Centre for
Continuing Education located at
1428 Gordon St., Guelph. Payment        DON’T DELAY - REGISTER RIGHT AWAY!
MUST accompany the form.
Cheques payable to Wellington
Centre for Continuing Education.
                                          Are you a qualified teacher and interested in teaching a credit
                                           course? Please contact our office at 519-836-7280 ext. 612.
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                            NIGHT SCHOOL CREDIT COURSES
                                                                                                           BIOLOGY – GRADE 11
                ENGLISH                                         MATHEMATICS                                University Prep. – SBI3U
                                                      FUNCTIONS – GRADE 11                                 (Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic)
ENGLISH – GRADE 11
University Prep. - ENG3U                              University/College Prep. - MCF3M                     Students will study cellular functions, genetic
                                                      (Prerequisite: Principles of Mathematics,            continuity, internal systems and regulation, the
(Prerequisite: English, Grade 10, Academic)                                                                diversity of living things, and the anatomy,
                                                      Grade 10, Academic)
This course emphasizes the development of                                                                  growth, and functions of plants. The course
literacy, critical thinking, and communication        This course introduces financial applications of
                                                                                                           focuses on the theoretical aspects of the topics
skills. Students will analyse texts from various      mathematics and extends students’ experience
                                                                                                           under study, and helps students refine skills
periods; research and analyse the information,        with functions. Students will solve problems in
                                                                                                           related to scientific investigation.
write persuasive and literary essays; and analyse     personal finance involving applications of
the media in various forms.                           sequences and series; investigate properties and
                                                      applications of trigonometric functions; develop     CHEMISTRY – GRADE 11
                                                      facility in operating with polynomials, rational     University Prep. – SCH3U
ENGLISH – GRADE 11                                    expressions, and exponential expressions,            (Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic)
College Prep. - ENG3C                                 develop an understanding of inverses and             Students will study the behaviours of solids, liq-
(Prerequisite: English, Grade 10, Applied)            transformations of functions; and develop facility   uids, gases, and solutions; investigate changes
This general course emphasizes the development        in using function notation and in communicating      and relationships in chemical systems; and
of literacy, critical thinking, and communication     mathematical reasoning.                              explore how chemistry is used in developing new
skills. Students will study informational texts and                                                        products and processes that affect our lives and
literary works from Canada and other countries;       FOUNDATIONS OF COLLEGE                               our environment. Emphasis will also be placed on
write reports, correspondence, and persuasive         MATHEMATICS – GRADE 12                               the importance of chemistry in other branches of
essays; and analyse media forms. Focus will be        College Prep. – MAP4C                                science.
on establishing appropriate voice, and using          (Prerequisite: Foundations for College
business and technical language with precision        Mathematics, Grade 11, College Preparation           BIOLOGY – GRADE 12
and clarity.                                          or Functions and Application, Grade 11,              University Prep. – SBI4U
                                                      University/College Preparation)
                                                                                                           (Prerequisite: Biology, Grade 11,
ENGLISH – GRADE 12                                    Students will analyse data using statistical meth-   University Preparation)
University Prep. - ENG4U                              ods; solve problems involving applications of
                                                      geometry and trigonometry; solve financial prob-     This course provides students with the opportu-
(Prerequisite: ENG3U)                                                                                      nity for in-depth study of the concepts and
                                                      lems connected with annuities, budgets, and
This course emphasizes consolidation of literacy,     renting or owning accommodation; simplify            processes associated with biological systems.
critical thinking, and communication skills.          expressions; and solve equations. Students will      Students will study theory and conduct
Students will analyse a range of challenging          reason mathematically and communicate their          investigations in the areas of metabolic
texts from various time periods, countries and        thinking as they solve multi-step problems. This     processes, molecular genetics, homeostasis,
cultures; write analytical and argumentative          course prepares students for college programs in     evolution, and population dynamics. Emphasis
essays and a major paper for an independent lit-      areas such as business, health sciences, and         will be placed on achievement of the detailed
erary research project; and apply key concepts        human services, and for certain skilled trades.      knowledge and refined skills needed for further
to analyse media works.                                                                                    study in various branches of the life sciences
                                                                                                           and related field.
ENGLISH – GRADE 12                                                    SCIENCE
College Prep. - ENG4C                                                                                      CHEMISTRY – GRADE 12
                                                      BIOLOGY – GRADE 11                                   University Prep. – SCH4U
(Prerequisite: ENG3C)
Students will analyse informational texts and         College Prep. – SBI3C                                (Prerequisite: Chemistry, Grade 11,
literary works from various time periods,             (Prerequisite: Science, Grade 10, Academic           University Preparation)
countries and cultures; write research reports,       or Applied)                                          This course enables students to deepen their
summaries, and short analytical essays; com-          Students will learn concepts and theories as they    understanding of chemistry through the study
plete an independent study project; and analyse       conduct investigations in the areas of cellular      of organic chemistry, energy changes and rates
the interactions among media forms, audiences,        biology, microbiology, animal anatomy and physi-     of reaction, chemical systems and equilibrium,
and media industry practices.                         ology, plant structure and physiology, and envi-     electrochemistry, and atomic and molecular
                                                      ronmental science. Emphasis is placed on the         structure. Students develop problem solving and
                                                      practical application of concepts, and skills        laboratory skills as they investigate chemical
                                                      needed for further study in the life sciences and    processes, at the same time refining their ability
                                                      related fields.                                      to communicate scientific information. Emphasis
                                                                                                           will be placed on the importance of chemistry in
                                                                                                           daily life, and on evaluation of the impact of
                                                                                                           chemical technology on the environment.
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                                                                                                        LJP SKILLS TRAINING Inc
                                                                                      The Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
                                                                                           1428 Gordon Street Guelph ON N1L 1C8
                                                                                       (519) 836-7280 ext. 619 Fax (519) 837  -0244



GUELPH WELDING COLLEGE GETS ADULTS
BACK TO WORK
Are you at a crossroads? Job hunting?          “Because of the qualifications earned at       pace…no pressure…and I did really well:
Tired of a dead-end routine and looking        LJP Skills, I should be able to write off      92%!”
for a better life? Like Susie Flynn, Brad      about 2,000 hours of the apprenticeship        Mike Lay, a recent welding graduate of a
Callander and Mike Lay, you may find           program which will let me achieve my           community college, came to LJP Skills to
being a welder is the answer.                  goal much faster. If I get accepted            upgrade. Discouraged by responses from
In the north end of Guelph there is a small    directly into second year, I can expect to     employers, Mike knew he needed practi-
but successful private career college that     make about $22.00/hour as a second year        cal training to bring his skills to a certifi-
for almost 20 years has been training          apprentice.”                                   able level.
adults like Susie, Brad and Mike to            “I chose LJP Skills because I couldn’t         “I’m a hands-on learner. I liked my col-
become sought after and well-paid              afford to spend two years at a community       lege program, but more time was spent in
welders.                                       college doing a similar program. As a sin-     the classroom learning theory than actu-
Since opening its doors in 1992, LJP Skills    gle mother I have responsibilities and         ally welding. So, I failed my certification
has trained hundreds of men and women          need to be out working and earning a           tests. At LJP Skills, I spend all my time
in general welding and pipe welding. The       good wage. By the time I finish my             welding and have passed all my tests on
Training & Test Centre, known to local         apprenticeship, I can earn well over           the first try.”
industry as “Lightspeed”, also certifies       $30.00/hour.”
                                                                                              Mike says accessibility to an instructor is
these skills for the Canadian Welding          Some welding grads, like Brad Callander,       key to the success of any program. Mike
Bureau and/or the Technical Safety             aim to own their own business. Brad            passed his all-position SMAW tickets
Standards Authority.                           came to LJP Skills about 12 years ago to       ahead of schedule and is currently partici-
Despite welding being a male dominated         take a 6 month general welding skills          pating in pipe welding training at LJP
trade, Susie Flynn, a recent graduate,         course and left with 4 Canadian Welding        Skills.
found it to be a perfect fit for her. After    Bureau tickets and a mark of 100% over-
                                                                                              Though the recession hit this area hard
ten years with a Georgetown company            all.
                                                                                              with so many jobs linked to the automo-
that was going to close, Susie began to        Brad’s hard work paid off in spades.           tive sector, the job market is gaining
think of a trade. Her past experience with     “After leaving LJP Skills I went to work       strength. Welders are needed. New jobs
soldering and small steel projects took her    right away for a custom fabricating com-       appear daily on the Service Canada “job-
in the direction of welding.                   pany in Guelph. I was there over 10 years,     bank” and LJP Skills is receiving calls
“I was a little bit nervous about welding      continually upgraded my skills and I’m         from local industry looking for skilled
because most of the welders I knew were        now getting ready to open my own cus-          welders weekly.
men. When I went to LJP Skills and             tom welding shop”.
                                                                                              In fact, there are not enough graduates at
spoke with the instructor and students, I      Brad actually accomplished two goals at        this time to fill available positions.
felt comfortable right away. I never felt      the same time. In six months, while taking
                                                                                              If like Susie, Brad and Mike you feel weld-
like I was treated differently because I       his welding training, he also earned the
                                                                                              ing might be your success story, you can
was a female”.                                 high school credits he needed to achieve
                                                                                              find more information on LJP Skills
Susie completed general welding and            his diploma at Continuing Education in
                                                                                              Training Inc.’s website at www.ljpskills.ca
pipe welding training at LJP Skills and        Guelph. This unique arrangement with the
                                                                                              or call (519) 836-7280 ext. 619.
upon graduation, immediately applied to a      Upper Grand District School Board is
                                               available to all students participating in     To find out if you are eligible to receive
local union hall. The qualifications earned
                                               programs of 19 weeks or more at LJP            government funding for skills training pro-
at LJP Skills got her a call to do a practi-
                                               Skills.                                        grams, please refer to the MTCU website
cal weld test which she completed and
                                                                                              at: www.eopg.on.ca Additional informa-
passed. The next step will be an aptitude      “I didn’t do so well in high school 20 years
                                                                                              tion regarding educational loans can be
test and pending those results, Susie will     ago, so finishing my diploma was a big
                                                                                              obtained from LJP Skills Training Inc.
be invited to begin a journeyman appren-       deal for me”. I liked the fact that I could
ticeship program.                              work on my English credits at my own
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                                                                                                            LJP SKILLS TRAINING Inc
                                                                                          The Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
                                                                                               1428 Gordon Street Guelph ON N1L 1C8
                                                                                           (519) 836-7280 ext. 619 Fax (519) 837  -0244




                             GET A TRADE!
WelDinG traininG                                                               Providing Extensive Training in:
                                                                               A SMAW, GMAW & GTAW
            pre-apprentiCeShip                                                 A Pipe Welding

            training programS                                                  A Canadian Welding Bureau Certification and
                                                                                    TSSA Certification available
       We have more jobS than                                                  A Welding Theory Alberta Government Welder
          We do graduateS                                                           Apprenticeship Training Series
                                                                                    (Level 1 - Modules 1-28)
   neW StudentS CommenCe on a                                                  A Blueprint Reading for welders
     ContinuouS aCCeSS baSiS                                                   A Shop related equipment: flame Cutter, iron
                                                                                    worker, hand tools
    SpaCeS avaiLabLe right noW!                                                A Technical Math Upgrading




                                                                                         If you are receiving Employment Insurance or
                                                                                       have received it in the past three years you could
                                                                                        receive financial assistance. Student loans may
                                                                                                        also be available.

You can also earn credits towards your High School Diploma! (minimum prerequisite: Gr. 10 or equivalent)
                                 Check us out at www.ljpskills.ca

    ClaSSeS Start reGularlY! For inFormation on enrollinG
                    Call: 519-836-7280 ext. 619
                LJP Skills Training Inc. is registered as a Private Career College under the Private Career College Act 2005
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     T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
        ADULT ENGLI S H A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                        2 1 King Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                       P h o ne: 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
      e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . centre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl. ca
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            T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
               ADULT ENGLISH A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                                 2 1 K i n g Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                               P h o n e : 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
             e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . c e n tre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl.ca
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     T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
        ADULT ENGLI S H A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                        2 1 King Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                       P h o ne: 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
      e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . centre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl. ca
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            T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
               ADULT ENGLISH A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                                 2 1 K i n g Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                               P h o n e : 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
             e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . c e n tre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl.ca
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     T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
        ADULT ENGLI S H A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                        2 1 King Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                       P h o ne: 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
      e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . centre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl. ca
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            T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
               ADULT ENGLISH A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                                 2 1 K i n g Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                               P h o n e : 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
             e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . c e n tre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl.ca
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     T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
        ADULT ENGLI S H A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                        2 1 King Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                       P h o ne: 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
      e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . centre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl. ca
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            T T. GEORGE’S CENTRE
               ADULT ENGLISH A S A S E C O N D L A N G U A G E P R O G R A M
                                 2 1 K i n g Street, Guelph, Ontario. N1E 4P5
                               P h o n e : 519-766-9551              Fax: 519-766-9485
             e m a i l : s t g e o r g e s . c e n tre@ugdsb.on.ca      website: www.guelphesl.ca
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                              COMPUTER SKILLS
                              FOR THE WORKPLACE
                                                                                      SIMPLY ACCOUNTING
 ENROL TODAY!                                                                             Monday –Friday
                                                                                         8:30 am-1:00 pm
                                                                                             9 Weeks
                                                                                       Material Cost $195.00
 NEW CLASSES
 START EVERY                                                                                  Location
                                                                                        Continuing Education
  10 WEEKS                                                                                 Computer Lab
                                                                                            Central P.S.
                                                                                        97 Dublin St., Guelph




                              WELLINGTON CENTRE FOR
     START DATES              CONTINUING EDUCATION
SEPT 19, 2011—FEB 10, 2012
                              In less than 5 months become proficient in Microsoft® Office.
NOV 28, 2011—APR 27, 2012
                              There is an optional work placement to help you prepare for re-entering the work-
FEB 12, 2012—JULY 6, 2012
                              force.

                                 MICROSOFT WORD 2007
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                                                                                                OW Y
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                                                                                          EARN
WELLINGTON CENTRE FOR            MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2007                                      UP TO
CONTINUING EDUCATION                                                                    HIGH 8
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                                 MICROSOFT ACCESS 2007                                    C
                                                                                     WHIL REDITS
                                                                                         E TAK
                                                                                               IN
       Monday-Friday                                                                     COUR G THIS
                                                                                              SE!
                                 INTERNET & E-MAIL
      8:30 am -1:00 pm
                                 WINDOWS XP OPERATING SYSTEM
          20 Weeks

     Material Cost: $225.00
                                 WEB PAGE DESIGN (HTML)
                                 JOB SEARCH SKILLS & ON THE JOB EXPERIENCE
FOR INFORMATION CALL
 519-836-7280 ext 627

                                 CALL TO ENROL TODAY!
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                      REGISTER NOW FOR COURSES IN THIS GUIDE
      FULL PAYMENT IS REQUIRED AT TIME OF REGISTRATION
  -            MAIL-IN                    -             (           PHONE-IN                       (                         WALK-IN
Make cheques payable to:                              Have credit card and course listings handy.             Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
Wellington Centre for Continuing Education            Call Monday - Friday, 9 am-4 pm                         1428 Gordon St., Guelph, ON N1L 1C8
Send form & cheque or Credit Card                                                                             9 am- 4 pm Monday - Friday
information to:                                       519-836-7280                                            After Hours: Use drop box near front door.
Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
1428 Gordon St.,                                                        FAX-IN
Guelph, ON N1L 1C8                                                                                               CREDIT COURSES
                                                                                                              To register for a Secondary School credit
Continuing Education                                  519-837-0244                                            course, please phone for details or come into
405-B Sligo Rd. E.,                                   Include credit card information, address                the office and fill out a registration form.
Mount Forest, ON N0G 2L2                              & phone number.


       You May Register by Mail, Phone, Fax or at the Continuing Education Office

                                GENERAL INTEREST REGISTRATION ONLY
q Guelph - 1428 Gordon St., Guelph, ON N1L 1C8                          q Fergus - Continuing Education 405-B Sligo Rd. E., Mount Forest, ON N0G 2L2

Surname: __________________________________________ First Name:________________________________ q M q F

Child’s Surname:___________________________ First Name:___________________ Birth Date: ____________ q M q F
(if child’s course)                                                                                                                 DD/MM/YR

Address:________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                    (Street, Box # or Rural Route)                             Town                            Postal Code

Phone:______________________ Bus.: _______________________ Email: ________________________________________

Course 1:___________________________________________ Course 2:__________________________________________

Location:_______________________________ Fee: _______ Location:______________________________ Fee: _______

Date of 1st Class:___________________ Time: __________ Date of 1st Class:__________________ Time: __________

Paid by: qCheque qCash qVisa qMasterCard                        Card #: __________________________________________ Expiry: ____________

Name on Card: _____________________________________ Signature: _________________________________________
The above information is collected under the legal authority of the Education Act, R.S.O. 1980. This information is used for administration and statistical pur-
poses of the Continuing Education Department and will be accessed by the principals, teachers and support staff. Queries concerning this information collec-
tion should be directed to the Principal of Continuing Education, 1428 Gordon St., Guelph, Ontario N1L 1C8 - (519) 836-7280



                                                      Register Now!
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