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					CONTINUING EDUCATION
  & ONLINE LEARNING
                       FALL 2012
Develop your skill. Expand your knowledge.
Whether	you	want	a	competitive	edge,	a	new	career	or	greater	talent,	it	starts	here.	
Flemings’	Continuing	Education	courses	and	certificates	offer	high-caliber	learning	with	instructors,	who	
are	chosen	for	their	expertise,	so	you	get	the	benefit	of	their	practical	knowledge	from	the	workplace.
Fleming’s	certificates	are	reviewed	and	updated	regularly	to	stay	at	the	forefront	of	best	practices	and	
industry	information,	and	many	of	the	certificate	courses	can	be	taken	individually.	
They’re	your	competitive	edge.	They’re	your	pathway	to	greater	knowledge	and	skills.



    New and Noteworthy
    	         •	Arts	courses	p.	6	–	11
    	         •	Principles	of	Ethical	Reasoning	p.	38
    	         •	Green	Business	Management	p.	16
    	         •	Spa	Management	p.	54
    	         •	Not-For-Profit	Leadership	p.	40
    	         •	Wilderness	Survival	p.	49
    	         •	Security	Guard	p.	52
    	         •	Solar	Photovoltaic	Systems	Planning	&	Installation	p.	56
    	         •	Social	Media	Marketing	p.	22
    	         •	Dealing	with	Difficult	People	p.	14
    	         •	Children’s	Mental	Health	Certificate	p.	31
WELCOME!


FALL COURSES by LOCAtiOn  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .2                                                                 HUMAn AnD COMMUnity SERViCES  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .38
                                                                                                                                                      Teacher/Trainer of Adults  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 39
ARtS, PHOtOGRAPHy AnD MUSiC  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .6                                                                             Not-for-Profit Leadership  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
   Arts  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6      Fundraising Management  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 41
   Guitar  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 11
   Photography and Video  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12                              LAnGUAGES, WRitinG AnD COMMUniCAtiOnS .  .  .  .  .42
   Digital Arts  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 13               French, Spanish, Italian  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 42
                                                                                                                                                      Writing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
bUSinESS AnD LEADERSHiP  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .14                                                                       Communications .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
                                                                                                                                                      Sign Language  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 46
   Leadership Development Series  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 14
   Green Business Management Post-Graduate .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 16
   Office and Administration  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 17
                                                                                                                                                   OUtDOOR SkiLLS AnD SUStAinAbLE LiVinG .  .  .  .  .  .  .47                                                                                   1
   Human Resources  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                              Sustainable Trails  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 50
   Small Business Accounting  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 20
   Records & Information Management  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 21                                                    SECURity, LAW AnD EMERGEnCy SERViCES  .  .  .  .  .  .51
   Social Media Marketing Series for Small Business Owners  .  .  .  . 22
                                                                                                                                                      Public Safety Communications Professional (911 Operator)  .  .  . 52

COMPUtERS  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .23                                              SPA AnD WELLnESS  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .53
   Website Design  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 26                      Spa Management Grad Certificate  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 54

HOSPitALity AnD COnFEREnCE SERViCES  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .27                                                                                      tRADES AnD tRAnSPORtAtiOn  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .55
   Food Service Worker  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 27                             Solar Photovoltaic System Planning & Installation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 56
   Kitchen Assistant  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 28                         Apprenticeship Exemption Testing .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 57
   Event & Conference Planning  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30                                          Motorcycle Training .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 57
                                                                                                                                                      Z Endorsement  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 57
HEALtH  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .31                                           Home Inspection  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 58

   Children’s Mental Health .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31
                                                                                                                                                   GEnERAL inFORMAtiOn .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .59
   Working with Dementia Clients  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
   Activation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33           CAMPUS MAPS AnD COntACt inFORMAtiOn  .  .  .  .  .  .60
   First Aid & CPR .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33                   inDEx .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .61
   PSW Bridging to Practical Nursing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
                                                                                                                                                   REGiStRAtiOn inFORMAtiOn .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .64
   Perioperative Nursing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
   Medical Office Support Staff  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
   Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 37




                                                                                   Within this calendar, this symbol indicates a course is offered online .
    FALL COursEs in-class by location
    Cobourg
    Green Business Management Post Graduate             Introduction to Nutrition 29                Public Safety Communications Professional (911
      Certificate 16                                    Lightroom: Level 1 13                         Operator) 52
    Food Service Worker Certificate 27                  Lightroom: Level 2 13                       Quantity Food Preparation 29
    Solar Photovoltaic System Planning & Installation   Makeup Artistry & Cosmetology 54            Renewable Energies 56
      Certificate 56                                                                                Sanitation and Safety 29
                                                        Managing Files on Your Computer 24
                                                        Mathematics for Solar Installation and      Security Guard – Basic 52
    3D Computer Modelling and Drafting 55                Maintenance 55                             Social Media for Business 22
    911 Operator 52                                     Microsoft Excel 2010 25                     Social Media Marketing Series for Small Business
    Applied Projects (Solar) 55                         Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 25                  Owners 22
    Beyond Excellence in Customer Service 55            Nutrition in Health Care 29                 Solar Installation Job Site Safety 56
    Bookkeeping for a Small Business 20                 Occupational Health & Safety 19             Solar Photovoltaics 56
    Communication and the Food Service Worker 28        Photo Design: Creating Works of Art 13      Spanish 42
    Computers – An Introduction 24                      Photo Design Level 1 13                     Sustainability Principles, Models & Tools 16
    Computer Skills in Trades 55                        Painting Fundamentals 9                     Therapeutic Touch 54
    Corporate Social Responsibility 16                  Photographic Studies 12                     Twitter: From Conversation to Conversion 22
    Drawing & Colour 7                                  Photographic Studies – Part 1 12            Video & Filmmaking: An Introduction 12
    Electrical Fundamentals 55                          Photography Level 1 12
    Employment Law (LDS) 15                             Photography Level 2 12
    How to: Build Your Own Website Workshop 22          Photoshop Level 1 13
                                                                                                    Port Hope
    How to: Measure Social Media Effectiveness 22       Photoshop Level 2 13                        Inspired Performance Seminar 14
    Institutional Food Service 28                       Project Management (LDS) 15

2


    Haliburton
    Registration for these courses starts August 7.     Finger-Style Guitar Workshop 11             Stained Glass Lamp 10
    Acrylic Stain Painting Workshop 6                   First Aid – Standard 33                     Stained Glass Stepping Stones Workshop 10
    Adobe Photoshop Workshop 24                         First Aid – Standard Recertification 33     Stained Glass Workshop 10
    Art Clay Silver: Introductory Workshop 6            French 42                                   Starting Your Own Small Business 15
    Artful Lettering Workshop 6                         GPS Map & Compass Skills 48                 Theatre: Setting the Scene 11
    Beaded Jewellery Workshop 7                         Guitar Basics Workshop 11                   Totem Mask 11
    Beekeeping Workshop 47                              Knitting Boot Camp Workshop 8               Totem Pole Carving 11
    Bookkeeping for a Small Business 20                 Landscape Painting – Working the Land 8     Watercolour Painting – Advanced 11
    Cake Decorating – Fondant Workshop 28               Mixed Media Collage & Texture 8             WHMIS 57
    Chain Bracelet Workshop 7                           Mixed Media Collage Texture Workshop 9      Wild Edibles Foraging 101 49
    Chainsaw Operator 48                                Precious Metal Clay Enamelling Workshop 9   Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop 49
    Christmas Ornaments – Folded Metal Workshop 7       QuickBooks 25                               Wire Sculpture Workshop 11
    CPR – Basic Rescuer (Level C) 33                    Sketching Workshop 10
    Fall Protection 48                                  Smart Serve 29
    Felted Slippers Workshop 8                          Spanish 42




    McMichael Canadian Art Collection
    in kleinburg, Ontario                                                                             Ready to Register?
                                                                                                        See page 64 for details .
    Registration for these courses starts August 7.
    Theory & Technique of the Group of Seven 10
    Acrylic Painting Techniques 10
    Contemporary Landscape Painting 10
    Contemporary Landscape Painting – Advanced II 10
Lindsay (Frost)
Sustainable Trails Certificate 50                 Fall Protection 48                                     Trail Planning 50
                                                  GPS and Wilderness Navigation 49                       Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) 49
Bear Safety and Awareness 47                      Monitoring Amphibians & Reptiles 49                    Wilderness Survival 49
Canadian Firearm Safety and Hunter Safety         Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) 33               Z Endorsement – Air Brakes 57
  (One-Stop Program) 48                           Ontario Hunter Education 49
Canadian Firearm Safety (PAL) 47                  Photography: Digital SLR 12
Canadian Restricted Firearm Safety 48             Reptile Biology and Identification 49
Canadian Wildland Firefighters Exchange Fitness   Restricted Radio Operator 49
  Standard 51
                                                  Spectacular Fall Colours Photography 12               See page 61 for an index of all courses.
Chainsaw Operator 48
                                                  Tracking Lost People 49
Ecologically Sustainable Trail 50
                                                  Trail Maintenance & Signage 50                        See page 60 for campus location maps.




Peterborough
SUtHERLAnD CAMPUS                                 French 42                                             Portrait Workshop 9
                                                  Handbuilding Clay Sculpture 8                         QuickBooks 25
American Sign Language Certificate 46
                                                  Handbuilding – Clay Torso Workshop 8                  Pre Master Electrician 56
Food Service Worker Certificate 27
                                                  How to: Measure Social Media Effectiveness 22         Recruitment and Selection 19
French as a Second Language Certificate 42
                                                  Human Relations (LDS) 15                              Security Guard – Basic 52
Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary Certificate 36
                                                  Institutional Food Service 28                         Service Excellence 29
Human Resources Management Certificate 18
                                                  Introduction to Nutrition 29                          Sign Language 46
Medical Office Support Staff Certificate 37
                                                  Introduction to Perioperative Nursing 35              Slide Guitar Workshop 11
Perioperative Nursing Certificate 35
                                                  Italian 42                                            Smart Serve 29
Spa Management Post-Graduate Certificate 54
Website Design Certificate 26
                                                  Knitting Improv Workshop 8                            Social Media for Business 22                       3
                                                  Life Drawing Introductory Workshop 8                  Spanish 42
                                                  Microsoft Excel 2010 25                               Spectacular Fall Colours Photography 12
Acrylics Workshop 6
                                                  Mosaics Workshop 9                                    Spindle Spinning Workshop 10
Adobe Photoshop – Basic 23
                                                  Motorcycle M2 Exit Course 57                          Stories & Shadows in Expressive Arts Workshop 38
Advanced Food Safety Training 28
                                                  Motorcycle Training 57                                Venipuncture and IV Therapy 35
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training
  (A .S .I .S .T) 35                              Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) 33              Web Site Design – Basic 26
Art – Another Language for Connection 6           Orientation and Professional Portfolio Workshop 54    Wine Council of Ontario 29
Bartending 28                                     Painting for Bird Carvers Workshop 9
Beaded Jewellery Workshop 7                       Painting Toward Abstraction Workshop 9
Bird Carving – Beginner/Intermediate 7            Photo Design Level 1 13                               MCRAE CAMPUS
Bookkeeping for a Small Business 20               Photo Design Level 2 13                               Apprenticeship Exemption Testing 57
Chain Bracelet Workshop 7                         Photography Level 1 12                                Canadian Firearm Safety and Hunter Safety
Compensation Administration 19                    Photography Level 2 12                                  (One-Stop Program) 48

Comprehending Diagnostic Tests 36                 Photoshop Level 1 13                                  Ozone Depletion Training Certification Course 56

Comprehending Medical Terminology 36              Photoshop Level 2 13                                  Trades Pre-Examination Prep Courses 57

CPR (Level C) Recertification 33
Creative Brush Expressions – Japanese Sumi-e 7
Creative Open Studio 7
Creative Writing Open Studio 43
Creative Writing Workshop 43                                                                    We’re bringing our most popular courses
Drawing & Painting from the Model – Advanced                                                    and instructors to Peterborough this fall.
  Workshop 7
Encaustic Mixed Media & Collage 8
Encaustic & Photo Transfer Workshop 7                     Our summer program is renowned among serious artists and art enthusiasts for the
Executing a Sound Facebook Fan Page                      quality of its art programming and its instructors . Now you can join renowned artists,
  Campaign 22                                            such as Steve Rose, Rick Fines, Ramune Luminaire, Paul Portelli, Rose Pearson and
Fall Protection 48                                      Jane Bow and many more for weekend workshops in Peterborough throughout the fall .
Felting Workshop 8                                                     Find a full listing of courses in the Peterborough index above .
Finance and Accounting 19, 20
                                                                Find instructor profiles on the course page at flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .
First Aid/CPR (Level C) 33
    FALL COursEs online
    Learn virtually anytime, anywhere.
    These courses are held in virtual classrooms, where you communicate                 of the night or the middle of the day, as long as you have access to a
    on message boards and via email with your instructor and classmates .               computer and the internet . Should you need it, technical support is
    You will participate in a structured class with regular lessons and                 available 24 hours a day .
    assignment deadlines, but you can log on and complete these lessons                 This calendar only has a sample of online courses . There are hundreds
    whenever it suits your weekly schedule . A virtual classroom lets you               of courses available online . For a full list and more details about how
    learn in the comfort of your home, in your favourite café, in the middle            Online Learning works, please see flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .



    Children’s Mental Health Certificate 31                Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss –              From Harry Potter to Aslan: Children’s Fantasy 44
    Creative Writing Certificate 43                          Children’s’ Mental Health Focus 32                  Fundamentals of Spa and Spa Services: Planning,
    Food Service Worker Certificate 27                     Communication and the Food Service Worker 28            Design and Development 54

    Fundraising Management Certificate 41                  Communication/Professional Practices 58               Fundraising as a Management Process 40

    Green Business Management Post-Grad                    Communications I 43                                   Fundraising Management Certificate 41
      Certificate 16                                       Community and Social Services 38, 39                  Geological Disasters 48
    Home Inspection Certificate 58                         Compensation Management 19                            GIS Geographical Information Systems
    Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary Certificate 36         Computers 1 – Introduction 24                           – Introduction 48

    Human Resources Management Certificate 18              Conference Planning 30                                Global Warming Concepts 48

    Medical Office Support Staff Certificate 37            Corporate Social Responsibility 16                    GPS Map and Compass Skills 48

    Not for Profit Leadership Certificate 41               Creating a Dementia Care Skill Kit 32                 Grammar for Writing Professionals 44

    Office Administration Certificate 17                   Creative Writing Certificate – Online 43              Healthy Adult Aging 33

    Records & Information Management Certificate 21        Creative Writing – Intermediate 43                    Heating Inspection 58

    Spa Management Post-Grad Certificate 54                Criminal Psychology – Psychopathic Minds 51           Home Inspection Certificate 58

    Teacher/Trainer of Adults Certificate 39               Criminology 51                                        Hospitality Marketing I 30
4   Website Design Certificate 26                          Critical and Creative Thinking 17                     Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary Certificate 37

    Working with Dementia Clients Certificate 32           Critical Thinking 44                                  How to Start a Small Business 15

    Writing for Professionals Certificate 44               Curriculum Development 39                             HTML Intermediate 24

                                                           Dealing with Difficult People 14                      HTML Introduction 24

    Abnormal Psychology 32                                 Desktop Publishing for Business 24                    Human Growth and Development 35

    Abuse & Family Violence 38                             Developing Web Applications with ASP .NET             Human Relations 15

    Accessibility Legislation and Application 38             and C# 24                                           Human Resource Management Principles 19

    Accounting and Bookkeeping 21                          Dispute Resolution 15                                 Human Resources Management Certificate 18

    Accounting Basics 20                                   Donor Relationships in Fundraising 40                 Human Resources Planning and Development 19

    Activation Techniques 33                               Dramatic Scriptwriting 44                             Independent Project – Fundraising 40

    Adobe Dreamweaver (Web Page Authoring) 23              Dynamic Web Sites with AMP (Apache, MySQL             Industrial Relations 19
                                                             and PHP) 24                                         Institutional Food Service 28
    Adobe Illustrator – Digital Illustration & Design 23
                                                           Education 39                                          Instructional Techniques 39
    Adobe Photoshop – Level 1 23
                                                           Educational & Recreational Programming 39             Instructional Technology in Adult Education 39
    Adult Learning 39
                                                           Electrical Inspection 58                              Intercultural Communication – Introduction 45
    A+ Essentials – Hardware 23
                                                           Emergency Management 51                               Interior/Insulation Inspection 58
    A+ Essentials – Operating Systems 23
                                                           Employment Law for Leadership Development 15          Internet Essentials 24
    Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection 58
                                                           Enhancing Communication and Interpersonal Skills in   Interpersonal and Group Dynamics 45
    American Sign Language (ASL) Certificate 46              Dementia Care 32
    Archives 21                                                                                                  Introduction to Activation 33
                                                           Environment Management, An Introduction 48
    Arrhythmia Interpretation 35                                                                                 Introduction to Children’s Literature 44
                                                           Essentials in Health Records Management 36
    Assessment and Evaluation 39                                                                                 Introduction to Financial Management
                                                           Essentials of Writing Fiction 44                         Accounting 19, 20
    Astronomy 47                                           Event & Conference Planning Certificate 30            Introduction to Fundraising 40
    Behaviour Management & Crisis Intervention 36          Event Management Strategies 30                        Introduction to Mental Health Practice 32
    Benefits Administration 19                             Event Planning and Protocol 30                        Introduction to Non-Fiction 44
    Building and Maintaining Customer Relationship 17      Exploring Dementia Care 32                            Introduction to Nutrition 28
    Business and Leadership 14                             Exterior Inspection 58                                Introduction to Pharmacology 36
    Business Report Writing 43                             Fire Protection 51                                    Introduction to Project Management 30
    Business Writing Strategies 43                         Flash – An Introduction 24                            Introduction to Psychology 32
    Children’s Mental Health Certificate 31                Food Service Worker Certificate 27                    Introduction to Sociology 38
                                                           Forensic Psychology 51
Intro to Business Management & Organizational             Office and Administration 17                          Structural Inspection 58
   Behaviour 19                                           Office Technology & Procedures 17                     Sustainability Principles, Models & Tools 16
Intro to E-Business 15, 24                                Organizational Business Communications 17             Taxation I 20
Java Introduction 24                                      Pathophysiology 1 for RPN 35                          Teacher / Trainer of Adults Certificate – Online 39
Javascript 24                                             Payroll Administration 20                             Technical Communications 45
Leadership & Career Management 15                         Pharmacology Theory Review for Nurses 37              Therapeutic Recreation 1 33
Leadership and Communication 15, 40                       Planning and Operations – Event Management 30         Therapeutic Recreation 2 33
Leadership Development Series 14                          Plumbing Inspection 58                                Trade Show Management for Conventions 30
Leadership in a Team Environment 15, 40                   Poetry Writing 44                                     Trail Business Planning and Law &
Leisure Education 39                                      Practical Project – Event Management 30                 Risk Management 50
Management Information Systems 15                         Practicum: Micro Teaching Clinic and Portfolio        Training & Development 19
Management/Leadership Skills 15, 30                         Review 39                                           Understanding Literature 45
Managing Canadian Spa Environments 54                     Principles of Convention and Meeting Planning 30      Understanding Medical Tests for Medical
Managing Diverse Learning Environments 39                 Principles of Ethical Reasoning 38                      Office Staff 37

Medical Conditions for Medical Office                     Private Investigator Training 51                      Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical
 Professionals 36                                                                                                 Office Staff 37
                                                          Programming for Absolute Beginners 25
Medical Office Procedures 36                                                                                    Visual Basic – Introduction 26
                                                          Programming in C 25
Medical Office Support Staff Certificate 36                                                                     Web Usability 26
                                                          Project Management – Introduction 30
Medical OHIP Billing 37                                                                                         WHMIS On-line 57
                                                          Project Management & Scheduling Software
Medical Terminology 37                                      (Microsoft Project) 17                              Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting 37

Meteorology 49                                            Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child &   Writing a Business Manual 45

Methods of Fundraising 40                                   Adolescent Population 32                            Writing a Proposal 45

Methods of Fundraising & Communication 41                 Quantity Food Preparation 29                          Writing For Professionals Certificate – Online 44

Microsoft Access Specialist (a basic course) 24           QuickBooks Introduction 25                            Writing for Publication I 45
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Microsoft – Excel Specialist (a basic course) 25          Records and Information Management 21                 Writing for Publication 2 45

Microsoft – Office 2007 – 2010 25                         Records & Information Management Certificate –        Writing for Sales Material 45
                                                            Online 21                                           Writing for the Web 45
Microsoft PowerPoint 25
                                                          Records & Information Management                      Writing Grammatically 45
Microsoft Publisher 2010 25                                 Fundamentals 21
Microsoft Windows 7 25                                                                                          Writing Short Stories 45
                                                          Recreation Inclusion 33
Microsoft – Word Specialist (a basic course) 25                                                                 XML – Introduction 26
                                                          Recruitment and Selection 19
MySQL Databases 25                                        Researching and Reporting 21, 45
Natural Resources Career Management 49                    Responsible Practices for Green Meeting
Not-for-Profit and Fundraising 40                           Management 30
Not for Profit Leadership II: Contemporary Issues         Romance Writing 45
  and Practices 41                                        Roofing Inspection 58
Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational                  Sanitation and Safety 29
  Frameworks 41
                                                          Simply Accounting 20
Not-for-Profit Leadership – Online 40
                                                          Small Business Accounting Certificate 20
Nutrition in Health Care 29
                                                          Small Business Financial Management 20
Occupational Health & Safety 19
                                                          Strategic Management of Campaigns 41
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    ArTs, PHOTOGrAPHY AND MusIC




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    The Haliburton School of The Arts is bringing a selection of its renowned instructors and popular courses to Peterborough this fall . Find
    one-day workshops and weeklong courses in this section . For material requirements and instructor bios, please check individual courses at
    www .flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .


    Acrylic Stain Painting Workshop                                                Art Clay Silver: introductory Workshop
    Luminous staining and glazing techniques will be demonstrated using            Art Clay Silver is a metal clay medium that can be manipulated into
    watercolour paper, raw canvas and wood panel . Experiment with a               virtually any shape that the artist desires . Learn some basic techniques
    variety of techniques including wet-into-wet, as well as glazing and           utilizing Art Clay Silver and create your very own one-of-a kind, 99 .9%
    staining wet onto dry panel . Instruction will emphasize contrasting           Pure Silver pendant or earrings . When fired, the organic binding agent
    transparency with opacity . Textured surfaces can then be built up             burn away, leaving 99 .9% Pure Silver . You will explore techniques such
    from the underpainting . Enjoy the freedom of experimenting with paint         as: rolling clay, burnout methods using organic materials, appliqué,
    without fear!                                                                  attaching findings, firing, and polishing . There will be a $68 material fee
    ARTS 1721             $102 .18                                                 payable to the instructor .
    Haliburton          Sat, Sep 22                 9:00am – 5:00pm                ARTS 758              $102 .18
                                                                                   Haliburton          Sat, Nov 10                  9:00am – 5:00pm
    Acrylics Workshop
    Explore the creative versatility of acrylics in this workshop suited to both   Artful Lettering Workshop
    beginner and experienced painters . Instruction will address the layering      Lettering can have a very artful presence in a wide range of applications .
    of acrylics with techniques such as glazing, stamping, stencilling, trans-     Enjoy a serious study of the structures of written letters, leading to play
    lucent washes, dry brush, sanding, and gel transfers to create texture         with free-form styles . Make a ‘cola’ pen for lettering on cards, signs, in
    – both real and illusory . Individual creative processes will be encouraged    artwork, hand-made books, or any other favourite projects . You will also
    and strengthened as these explorations culminate in a sampler canvas           design and create a painting using acrylic washes and lettering . There
    of techniques that can be utilized for future reference or may become a        will be a $20 material fee payable to the instructor .
    display piece . There will be a $5 material fee payable to the instructor .    ARTS 1720             $102 .18
    ARTS 1778           $102 .18                                                   Haliburton          Sat, Nov 3                   9:00am – 5:00pm
    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                   9:00am – 5:00pm

    Art – Another Language for Connection
    In this hands-on workshop, work directly with art materials and learn
    how expressive arts can support non-verbal connection and verbal
    communication . There will be a $5 material fee payable to the instructor .
    ARTS 1781          $102 .18
                                                                                                          Learn from an Artist
    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                   9:00am – 5:00pm                       Our instructors are working artists . See their profiles in the
                                                                                                  course listing at flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .
beaded Jewellery Workshop                                                       Creative brush Expressions – Japanese Sumi-e
Please note: This workshop is suitable for students from 12 years to            This unique workshop for the beginner painter or the seasoned artist will
adult.                                                                          introduce the fascinating world of Japanese brush painting (known as
Choosing from a large variety of materials – colourful glass, wood,             Sumi-e) . Instruction in this water-based medium will emphasize various
and semi-precious stones, wire, and metal plate – you will find it fun,         brush techniques, gradation of tones/values to achieve depth, brush
easy and inexpensive to create beautiful jewellery . Instruction suits          control that develops spontaneous expression, and effective simplicity in
both beginner and advanced skill levels as you will design and create           composition and design . There will be a $35 material fee payable to the
individual pieces with the instructor’s guidance . These may include            instructor .
smaller items such as earrings and rings, to more intricate work – such         ARTS 1777           $102 .18
as wire-wrapped stone pendants and hammered wire and copper or                  Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                   9:00am – 5:00pm
brass elements . It will be possible to create several pieces of jewellery in
this one-day workshop; everything from bracelets to rings, pendants and         Creative Open Studio
necklaces to earrings . The material fee will vary with individual projects .   Immerse yourself in your art . Bring any projects or ideas for projects
ARTS 728            $102 .18                                                    that you want to work on and learn practical techniques to advance your
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                    9:00am – 5:00pm                skills . You’ll be challenged to think and move in new directions . In a
Haliburton        Sat, Nov 10                    9:00am – 5:00pm                safe and supportive atmosphere, you will receive one-on-one feedback
                                                                                and guidance from the instructor as well as give and receive support
bird Carving – beginner/intermediate                                            and feedback with the other members of the group . The work of other
                                                                                artists will be examined and discussed to help you see your interests
Project Title: Chickadee
                                                                                in a broader art context for a wide range of creative pursuits including
Learn and develop bird carving, texturing and painting techniques .             painting, drawing, sculpting, mixed media and working with words .
While much of the carving will be done with power carving tools,                There will be a $10 material fee payable to the instructor . This is a
instruction will be available if you prefer to work with a knife for general    credited course .
shaping . Feather detailing will be accomplished with power and wood
                                                                                ARTS 1764          $313 .51
burning tools . Instruction in applying acrylic paints will enable you to
render the plumage and unique markings of the project bird . Instruction        Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26        9:00am to 4:30pm
is suited for beginners and will provide interesting opportunities for
intermediate and advanced carvers as well . There will be a $30 material
                                                                                Drawing & Colour
fee payable to the instructor . This is a credited course .                     Join master instructor John Stuart Pryce for this exciting course that
                                                                                explores the fundamentals of drawing including, shade and shadow,
ARTS 1614          $313 .51
                                                                                perspective, composition and colour theory . No experience necessary!
Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26         9:00am to 4:30pm               This course would be of interest to those pursuing a career in art, or to
                                                                                those simply wanting to hone their artistic abilities .
                                                                                ARTS 1348            $212 .70                                                 7
                                                                                Cobourg            Tue, Sep 25 – Oct 30         9:30am – 12:00pm

                                                                                Drawing & Painting from the Model – Advanced Workshop
                                                                                Please note: This workshop is not suitable for beginners.
                                                                                Advance previous training through further exploration of gesture,
                                                                                contour, colour and design, as well as methods of dealing with foreshort-
                                                                                ening, perspective in the figure, anatomy, portraiture, use of media and
                                                                                other issues that arise in the process . You will be encouraged to develop
                                                                                individual creativity and self-expression as you explore the exhibition,
                                                                                meaning, content, context, intention, format, complexity, design and
                                                                                composition of life drawings .
                                                                                ARTS 1770           $102 .18
Chain bracelet Workshop                                                         Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 29                   9:00am – 5:00pm
Learn to form, saw and connect silver links to construct a multiple link
bracelet such as the ‘King’s Chain’, ‘Parallel Chain’, or ‘Chain Mail’ .        Encaustic & Photo transfer Workshop
Sterling silver will be available for purchase from the instructor or you       Explore techniques that will enable you to combine photographic
may bring 10 to 12 feet of 1mm ½ hard sterling silver wire . There will         images with encaustic painting . Gain proficiency with photo transferring,
be a material fee of approximately $55 payable to the instructor, if            collaging photo images, and the basic techniques of encaustic painting .
purchasing silver .                                                             The creative options are virtually endless . Experience with encaustic or
ARTS 1677           $102 .18                                                    painting in general is not necessary to enjoy this workshop . There will be
                                                                                a $30 material fee payable to the instructor .
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                    9:00am – 5:00pm
Haliburton        Sat, Nov 3                     9:00am – 5:00pm                ARTS 1780           $102 .18
                                                                                Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                   9:00am – 5:00pm
Christmas Ornaments – Folded Metal Workshop
Start your season by making an assortment of unique metal Christmas
                                                                                Encaustic Mixed Media & Collage
ornaments for your tree . Through simple metal forming techniques               Encaustic, an ancient beeswax-based technique, is currently embraced
you will fold, bend and twist wire rod and sheet metal into colourful           by contemporary mixed media artists . Learn how to integrate encaustic
tree decorations suitable for indoors and outdoors . Your creations will        techniques into your mixed media work from textile to found sculpture,
become treasured family keepsakes! There will be a $45 material fee             from ceramic to paper, or beyond . There will be a $100 material fee
payable to the instructor .                                                     payable to the instructor . This is a credited course .
ARTS 888              $102 .18                                                  ARTS 1488          $313 .51
Haliburton          Sat, Nov 10                  9:00am – 5:00pm                Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26        9:00am to 4:30pm
                                                                                    knitting boot Camp Workshop
                                                                                    Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners. The ability to cast
                                                                                    on and bind off, knit and purl is required. Advanced students welcome.
                                                                                    Discover how to create sweaters, socks and hats that fit, fix that cable
                                                                                    that you mis-crossed 10 rows down, overcome your fear of colour work
                                                                                    and conquer charts and lace-knitting . Bring your most challenging
                                                                                    knitting issues and whip your knitting into shape! Instruction will address
                                                                                    different kinds of cast ons and bind offs; how to cable with and without
                                                                                    a needle; how and why you need to knit a swatch for every pattern;
                                                                                    a variety of increases and decreases to make your lace knitting more
                                                                                    symmetrical, and many more tips and tricks to make you a better
                                                                                    knitter . There will be a $15 material fee payable to the instructor .
                                                                                    ARTS 1719             $102 .18
                                                                                    Haliburton          Sat, Nov 3                   9:00am – 5:00pm

                                                                                    knitting improv Workshop
                                                                                    Let go of traditional knitting pattern structures and make creative design
    Felted Slippers Workshop                                                        decisions to create a scarf or shawl that is uniquely yours . Using guided
    Please note: This workshop is not suitable for beginners.                       improvised knitting techniques, how to choose the perfect yarn, how
                                                                                    to manipulate stitches and their placement to get different effects, and
    This workshop takes felting into 3rd dimension . Learn wet felting              how and when to add additional design elements to your scarf . This
    techniques, using a resist, to create a custom pair of slippers . Please        workshop uses the Cliffs of Insanity pattern (see the Ravelry website)
    note that making a pair of slippers is an advanced felting project that will    as the basis for learning how to use guided improvisation to create your
    require a fair amount of physical activity to complete successfully . There     own unique wearable art . While you are welcome to bring your own
    will be a $25 material fee payable to the instructor .                          yarns, yarn packs will be available for purchase in a variety of bases
    ARTS 1571             $102 .18                                                  and colours . There will be a $15 material fee payable to the instructor .
    Haliburton          Sat, Nov 10                  9:00am – 5:00pm                Please note: Your project will not be finished during the workshop .
                                                                                    Instruction will enable you to complete it at home .
    Felting Workshop                                                                ARTS 1769           $102 .18
    Transform wool fibres into artful creations! Utilize traditional wet and dry    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 29                    9:00am – 5:00pm
    felting techniques to create two and three-dimensional items . Learn to
    felt simple forms and then experiment with the addition of texture and          Landscape Painting – Working the Land
8   colour . Instruction and practice will also include needle felting . Your new   Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners.
    skills can be applied to a wide range of projects including jewellery, hats,
    scarves, hair and fashion embellishments, flowers, vessels, handbags,           Move beyond the literal and develop a personal voice in painting the
    and more . There will be a $25 material fee payable to the instructor .         land . Explore ways to interpret landscape, distil the painting possibili-
                                                                                    ties in a scene, and apply relevant principles of design and technique .
    ARTS 1772           $102 .18                                                    Analyze observed landscape and reconstruct it in paint with a mind
    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                    9:00am – 5:00pm                to developing a unique style . Using an analytical as well as a direct
                                                                                    painterly response, one can refresh and personalize the landscape
    Handbuilding Clay Sculpture                                                     painting experience . Please note that this is not necessarily a plein air
    This course will introduce you to imaginative and unusual alternatives          course or an exercise in studio abstraction, rather a selection of painting
    to sculpting and handbuilding clay . Emphasis will be put on sculpting          strategies with a goal to helping you develop . Work will be done in
    both decorative and functional pieces as well as figurative work . You          acrylics . There will be a $10 material fee payable to the instructor . This
    will have the opportunity to sculpt directly from the model . Anatomy           is a credited course .
    and composition will also be examined . Learn techniques and tricks             ARTS 1540            $313 .51
    used to create illusions in clay . Personal creativity will be emphasized,
                                                                                    Haliburton          Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26       9:00am to 4:30pm
    as you are encouraged to work with many new techniques in a high-
    energy good-humoured atmosphere . Additional clay will be available for         Life Drawing introductory Workshop
    purchase from the school at a cost of $12 per bag, unfired . Please note:
    Pieces will not be fired during this course . This is a credited course .       Learn the basics of line, tonal value, composition and gesture while
                                                                                    working from the human figure . This is a great place to begin your drawing
    ARTS 108           $313 .51                                                     skills or refresh them with direction and guidance . All materials necessary
    Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26         9:00am to 4:30pm               will be provided but you are welcome to bring favourite materials if you
                                                                                    wish . There will be a $5 material fee payable to the instructor .
    Handbuilding – Clay torso Workshop
                                                                                    ARTS 1766           $102 .18
    This workshop will introduce you to figure sculpture, hand built in clay .
                                                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                    9:00am – 5:00pm
    You will sculpt a torso, directly from the model, using the coil method,
    a technique used often in hand building . Some anatomy and composi-             Mixed Media Collage & texture
    tion will be examined and personal creativity will be encouraged and
    emphasized . Instruction is suited for both the beginner as well as the         Discover a myriad of exciting mixed media adventures . The instructional
    more advanced student and is recommended to studio potters who seek             and project theme is “Ever Widening Circles”, focusing on you and your
    to explore new technique . Please Note: Pieces will not be fired during         relationship to the universe . Make Brayer and Crystalline papers, and
    this workshop .                                                                 scaffold by building texture with gels and textural materials . Use tissues
                                                                                    and specialty papers, sculptural elements, stencils, borders, soft and oil
    ARTS 1774           $115 .24 (includes $11 .11 material fee)                    pastels, transfers and stamping, both before and after painting in various
    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 29                                                   media . Tell stories in art, combine vintage with new world, work on layering
                                                                                    and include encaustic and found art . Revisit tried and true techniques,
                           Learn from an Artist                                     learn new ones, and surrender to exploration and creativity . There will be
                                                                                    an $85 material fee payable to the instructor . This is a credited course .
           Our instructors are working artists . See their profiles in the
                   course listing at flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .                    ARTS 1731            $313 .51
                                                                                    Haliburton          Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26       9:00am to 4:30pm
Mixed Media Collage texture Workshop                                             Painting Fundamentals
The subject theme for projects is movement: representational, symbolic           Join master instructor John Stuart Pryce as you fulfill your creative
or abstract . Use familiar materials in new ways . Using specialty paper         desires and experience the great satisfaction of producing your very own
as well as paper you will create yourself, you will scaffold your supports       work of art . Discuss and apply the fundamentals of painting in acrylics
with texture to create a three-dimensional painting out of a wide variety        or oil such as materials and equipment, composition and colour theory .
of material as well as watercolour and acrylic mediums . This workshop           No experience necessary! This course would be of interest to those
is suitable for all skill levels . There will be a $25 material fee payable to   pursuing a career in art, or to those simply wanting to hone their artistic
the instructor .                                                                 abilities .
ARTS 895               $102 .18                                                  ARTS 1785            $212 .70
Haliburton           Sat, Sep 22                  9:00am – 5:00pm                Cobourg            Tue, Sep 25 – Oct 30         1:00 – 3:30pm

Mosaics Workshop                                                                 Painting toward Abstraction Workshop
Work with a rainbow of colour, nipping translucent stained glass into            Please note: This workshop is not suitable for beginners.
mosaic tesserae and creating vibrant mosaic artwork for the home .               This fun and challenging workshop will assist artists who want to retain
Bring either a small framed window (1’ x 2’ approx . size) or other clear        subject matter but approach it more freely . Emphasis will be placed on
glass project to the workshop and learn how to design and create either          mark making, composition, depth, form, content, and overall execution .
an abstract or image-based piece . Adhesives and grouting choices for            A brief informal introductory lecture on art will open new and fresh
projects will be discussed and you will take home grout materials to             pathways in your art practice . There will be ongoing individual critiques
be applied once the project has cured . Please note that this workshop           throughout the workshop in a focused and supportive environment .
requires good hand strength . There will be a materials fee of $10/foot for
glass payable to the instructor .                                                ARTS 1775           $102 .18
                                                                                 Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                   9:00am – 5:00pm
ARTS 1771           $102 .18
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                     9:00am – 5:00pm                Portrait Workshop
Painting for bird Carvers Workshop                                               This workshop will explore a methodical approach to drawing and
                                                                                 painting from the live model . Each step will have a specific focus that
Project title: Chickadee                                                         will assist you to simplify shape, form and color to achieve an accurate
Many bird carvers struggle with painting . This unique workshop will             likeness . You will begin drawing and progress to painting in a full,
review the basics as well as discuss proper set-up, brush selection,             limited or monochrome palette . All levels of skill will benefit .
paints and various aids . Learn how to develop a painting strategy, mix          ARTS 1768           $102 .18
colours, paint from light to dark, paint black and white feathers, and
                                                                                 Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                   9:00am – 5:00pm
interpret reference material . These techniques will be practiced on a
gessoed surface and then, working on a gessoed songbird pattern, you             Precious Metal Clay Enamelling Workshop
will paint specific views of the bird, providing a colour reference for                                                                                        9
when you may wish to carve the bird . There will be a $20 material fee           Learn the basics of making enamelled jewellery on Precious Metal Clay .
payable to the instructor                                                        When fired, Precious Metal Clay becomes 99 .9% silver and presents
                                                                                 vast creative possibilities . Create a pair of earrings and a pendant and
ARTS 1773           $102 .18                                                     then apply the enamelling techniques to these pieces . There will be a
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 29                     9:00am – 5:00pm                $74 material fee payable to the instructor .
                                                                                 ARTS 1754            $102 .18
                                                                                 Haliburton         Sat, Sep 22                  9:00am – 5:00pm
                                                                              Sketching Workshop
                                                                              Through a series of fun and informative exercises learn to sketch what
                                                                              you see, not what you think you see, through observations and analysis
                                                                              of line, shape and value . A variety of media will be explored and applied
                                                                              to a range of subject-matter . Attention will be given to basic perspec-
                                                                              tive and simple composition and lighting . There may be some outside
                                                                              sketching, depending upon weather and the preference of the group .
                                                                              ARTS 461              $102 .18
                                                                              Haliburton          Sat, Nov 10                  9:00am – 5:00pm

                                                                              Spindle Spinning Workshop
     Offered at McMichael Canadian Art Collection in                          This hands-on workshop will explore one of the oldest and most widely
     kleinburg, Ontario                                                       used tools of the human race . You will experience a full variety of
     Registration for these courses starts August 7.
                                                                              spindle spinning devices . There will be a large collection of spindles
                                                                              available and you are encouraged to bring others if you have them .
                                                                              Spindle devices explored will include rock spinning, hooked stick,
     theory & technique of the Group of Seven
                                                                              drop spindle, supported spindle, Navajo spindle, spindle head wheel,
     The Group of Seven is a primary element in Canada’s art history          and treadle wheel . Discover the physical as well as the philosophical
     and the works continue to resonate today . Combining theory with         approaches to this ancient craft . There will be a $12 material fee
     on-site painting, this course examines the use of painting systems       payable to the instructor .
     as practiced by members of the Group of Seven . Of particular note
                                                                              ARTS 790            $102 .18
     will be examining changes introduced after 1913, resulting from A .Y .
     Jackson’s exposure to developments in France . You are welcome to        Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                    9:00am – 5:00pm
     work in the medium of your choice . This is a credited course .
                                                                              Stained Glass Lamp
     ARTS 1076         $313 .51
                                                                              Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners.
     McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario
                     Mon – Fri, Aug 27 – 31       9:00am to 4:30pm            Learn the correct lamp making techniques by constructing a candle
                                                                              holder . Discover how to make a table or swag lamp consisting of
     Acrylic Painting techniques                                              multiple panels by constructing and using a jig . Reference material will
                                                                              provide number of designs to choose from . There will be a $45 material
     Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners.
                                                                              fee payable to the instructor for materials for the first project as well as
     Learn a host of different techniques in this multi-faceted course        the use of equipment, patterns and other related equipment . Additional
     that will advance your acrylic painting skills . Through discussion      tools, glass and supplies will be available at discounted prices . This is a
10   and daily demonstration, explore loose realistic landscapes, glowing     credited course .
     close-up florals, and an abstracted landscape . Topics will include
                                                                              ARTS 1712            $313 .51
     choosing and editing reference material, options for suitable
     colour palettes, composition and values, visual perspective, paint       Haliburton          Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26       9:00am – 4:30pm
     handling and application, drying time, smooth blending and expres-
     sive brushwork . There will be a $20 material fee payable to the         Stained Glass Stepping Stones Workshop
     instructor . This is a credited course .                                 Please note: This workshop will take a dinner break from 4:00 pm to
     ARTS 1669         $313 .51                                               5:30pm and finish at 7:00pm
     McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario                  Enhance your garden, lawn or walkway with a beautiful stained glass
                     Mon – Fri, Sep 3 – 7         9:00am to 4:30pm            accent or create an unusual memory marker . You will learn to design
                                                                              appropriately for stepping stones, cut glass, and then using a quick,
     Contemporary Landscape Painting                                          simple applied method, you will complete 1 to 4 stones, depending on
                                                                              the design . No previous glass experience is necessary . There will be
     Delve into the theory and the techniques of modern landscape
                                                                              a dinner break from 4:00 – 5:30pm and a $25 material fee per stone
     painting, as you work in the medium of your choice . Examine
                                                                              project payable to the instructor .
     contemporary developments in art to develop a personal approach
     and advance the conceptual level of your work using creativity and       ARTS 393              $102 .18
     self-expression . This is a credited course .                            Haliburton          Sat, Sep 22                  9:00am – 7:00pm
     Please note: This course is for those with previous painting experi-
     ence who would like to advance their skills and knowledge of             Stained Glass Workshop
     contemporary landscape painting. Not suitable for beginners.             Instruction in this workshop will concentrate primarily on the copper foil
     ARTS 686          $313 .51                                               method of stained glass construction . Glass cutting and construction
                                                                              methods will be applied to the creation of suncatchers . The lead came
     McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario                  method of construction will also be addressed . No previous experience
                     Mon – Fri, Sep 10 – 14 9:00am to 4:30pm                  is necessary to enjoy this workshop . Students with some stained glass
                                                                              experience will be encouraged to complete a 3D project . 3D project
     Contemporary Landscape Painting – Advanced ii
                                                                              choices include candle holder, jewel box, 3D star or suncatcher . There
     Please Note: This course is not suitable for beginners.                  will be a $25 material fee payable to the instructor .
     Prerequisites: Contemporary Landscape Painting ARTS 686 or               ARTS 578              $102 .18
     Painting – Advanced Individual Studies ARTS 914 or Visual Arts –
                                                                              Haliburton          Sat, Nov 3                   9:00am – 5:00pm
     Advanced Individual Studies ARTS 915 .
     Build on your technical and conceptual awareness, focusing on            Stories & Shadows in Expressive Arts Workshop
     contemporary potentials . There will be an emphasis on personal          – See page 38
     expression and creativity . This is a credited course .
     ARTS 1533         $313 .51
     McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario
                     Mon – Fri, Sep 17 – 21       9:00am to 4:30pm
Theatre: Setting the Scene
Refresh or develop skills in the art of prop making and scenic painting
for the theatre. Individual projects will include techniques used to paint
a scrim, a translucency and a scenic drop. Experiment with a variety of
tools to accomplish faux wood graining, marbling, splattering, ragging,
sponging, stencilling, foliage, and blends. Conclude by creating a prop
that consists of a platter of faux food. The food is created from foam,
gel medium, acrylic paint, latex and more; the staples of setting the
scene. There will be a $30 material fee payable to the instructor. This is
a credited course.
ARTS 1691             $313.51
Haliburton           Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26     9:00am to 4:30pm

Totem Mask
Design and carve your own West Coast totem moon mask. Working
hands-on and side-by-side with other carvers you will learn the
traditional processes needed to produce the best results. A short lesson
on history and traditions will provide an understanding of totemism and
the social implications of this medium. There will be a $25 material fee
payable to the instructor. This is a credited course.
This course runs simultaneously with Totem Pole Carving. Please clearly
indicate which course you’re registering for.
ARTS 1256             $313.51
Haliburton           Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26     9:00am to 4:30pm
                                                                             GUITAR
Totem Pole Carving
Design and carve your own four foot totem pole. Working hands-on and         Slide Guitar Workshop
side-by-side with other carvers you will learn the traditional processes     Please note: Basic knowledge of chords and some simple right-hand
needed to produce the best results. A short lesson on history and            finger style patterns will help a great deal with this workshop.
traditions will give you a better understanding of totemism and the social
                                                                             Learn how to add the expressive vocal quality of slide guitar to your
implications of this medium. There will be a $50 material fee payable to
                                                                             guitar vocabulary. You will learn the basics of slide (bottleneck) guitar in
the instructor. This is a credited course.
This course runs simultaneously with Totem Mask. Please clearly
                                                                             standard and open tunings. Vibrato and string muting tips will put you
                                                                             on the right track.
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indicate which course you’re registering for.
                                                                             ARTS 761            $102.18
ARTS 354              $313.51                                                Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 27                    9:00am – 5:00pm
Haliburton           Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26     9:00am to 4:30pm
                                                                             Guitar Basics Workshop
Watercolour Painting – Advanced                                              In just one day, you will gain the basic skills you need for a lifetime
Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners. At least three       of music making on the guitar. After being introduced to the guitar
previous watercolour courses are required prior to participating.            and its parts, you will learn your first chords, try them out on several
At an advanced level, you will explore traditional and experimental tech-    songs, and explore several different accompaniment styles. Learn
niques in watercolour painting. Learn advanced composition and design        how to stay relaxed and comfortable as you play, and explore some
to sharpen skills and enhance personal interpretation. Explore how to        practice techniques that you can take away with you. By the end of the
make a contour painting, layer washes to get the right value and use         workshop, you’ll be able to accompany hundreds of folk, pop, country,
local and colour values to make strong statements. Sessions on compo-        blues and rock songs. No previous experience is necessary but you will
sitions will include directing the eye with edges, placing darks and         be required to provide your own guitar. There will be a $5 material fee
other colours, and advice on handling patterns and loosening painting        payable to the instructor.
style. Learn by demonstration and critique and benefit from individual       ARTS 1201             $102.18
attention. You will have an opportunity to enjoy some on-location            Haliburton          Sat, Nov 3                   9:00am – 5:00pm
painting, weather permitting. This is a credited course.
ARTS 248              $313.51                                                Finger-Style Guitar Workshop
Haliburton           Mon – Fri, Oct 22 – 26     9:00am to 4:30pm             Please note: A general knowledge of chords is required.
                                                                             Enhance and increase expression in your guitar playing. Instruction will
Wire Sculpture Workshop                                                      concentrate on right-hand guitar skills. You will learn some essential
Please note: This course requires the use of simple hand tools (wire         fingerpicking patterns to add colour to your guitar playing. The ability to
cutters, pliers).                                                            read music is not necessary as standard notation will not be used.
Project Title: 3 ft. Heron                                                   ARTS 483              $102.18
Wire sculpture is an exciting and expressive art form. In this workshop      Haliburton          Sat, Nov 10                  9:00am – 5:00pm
you will receive step-by-step instruction to successfully create your
project. With a variety of wires (steel, copper, galvanized) this creation
is designed for indoor or garden use, and will be a great addition to any
setting. There will be a $40 material fee payable to the instructor.
ARTS 416               $102.18
Haliburton           Sat, Sep 22                9:00am – 5:00pm
                                                                                                    Learn from an Artist
                                                                                    Our instructors are working artists. See their profiles in the
                                                                                            course listing at flemingcollege.ca/con_ed.
     PHOtOGRAPHy AnD ViDEO


     Photographic Studies
     Is This for You? These courses could start you on your way to
                                                                                       Core Courses
     becoming a professional photographer or photographic artist, but
     are also suited to dramatically improving your photography skills for             ARTS 1639             Photographic Studies – Part 13
     personal or business use .
                                                                                       ARTS 1640             Photographic Studies – Part 2
     Program Highlights: This series of courses has been formulated to
     provide a comprehensive study of the art of photography with hands-on             ARTS 1641             Modern Portraiture Master Class
     practice supplemented by the theory and principles behind the art .               Electives (Choose 1)
     The overall goal of this specialization is to inspire creativity and passion,
     stretch the boundaries of your perception and give you the camera skills          ARTS 1642             The Passionate Landscape Master Class
     to capture it all in pictures .                                                   ARTS 1643             Travel Photography Master Class
     Instructors: Cindy Taylor & Danielle Boughen                                      ARTS 1644             Visual Studies Master Class

                                                                                      3 offered this fall




     Photography: Digital SLR                                                         Photography Level 2
     Move off the automatic setting and get to know all the functions                 Take a more in-depth look at the different genres of photography . Study
     and features of your camera . Examples of good composition, action               a different aspect of photography each week – Nature, Landscape,
     photography and lighting considerations as well as basic image editing           Portraiture & Wedding, Commercial (Product & Magazines), Travel, and
     and preparing images for Internet use will also be explored . Please bring       Making a Profit in Photography Business . Instructor Cindy Taylor will
     your digital SLR camera and manual to class .                                    also explore the rules of design and expectations in the photographic
     COMP 355              $138 .60                                                   industry . This course would benefit individuals work or preparing for
                                                                                      work as a photographer or journalist, and those interested in learning
     Lindsay (Frost)     Thu, Sep 20 – Nov 1           6:30 – 9:30pm
                                                                                      the basics of better picture-taking for public relations or advertising in
     Spectacular Fall Colours Photography                                             their business of choice . Visit www .cindytaylor .com to download course
12                                                                                    material (approx . $20) .
     Practice honing your skills while photographing the fall colours . You
     will learn the secrets to good landscape photography, camera settings,           ARTS 1784           $99 .00
     composition and lighting . In the afternoon you will get a brief introduc-       Cobourg           Wed, Sep 12 – Oct 17      3:30 – 6:00pm
     tion to Adobe Photoshop and do basic image manipulation to improve                                 Sat, Sep 15 – Oct 27      12:30 – 3:00pm
     your images and create a slide show . Bring your Point & Shoot or Digital                          (no class Thanksgiving weekend)
     SLR camera, camera manual, and a device to save your images on once                                Wed, Oct 24 – Nov 28      6:30 – 9:00pm
     edited . Class goes rain or shine so please dress appropriately .
                                                                                                        Sat, Nov 3 – Dec 8        9:30am – 12:00pm
     ARTS 1465           $109 .14                                                     Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Oct 25 – Nov 29      6:30 – 9:00pm
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Sun, Sep 23                     9:00am – 4:00pm                                  Sun, Nov 4 – Dec 9        1:30 – 4:00pm
     Lindsay (Frost)   Sun, Sep 30                     9:00am – 4:00pm
                                                                                      Photographic Studies – Part 1
     Photography Level 1                                                              In this intensive workshop you will explore many fundamental photo-
     Bring your digital camera to learn the basics hands-on: basic termi-             graphic skills . The technical and artistic sides of photography will be
     nology, composition and framing, color schemes, aperture and shutter             explored through a variety of lectures and hands-on exercises . Topics
     priority, natural lighting versus fill flash photography, and the process        to be covered include: Basic camera functions; histograms, metering
     of taking a good technical and artistic picture . This course would              patterns, and Bracketing and Exposure Compensation . Explore an
     benefit individuals working or preparing for work as a photographer,             assortment of photographic equipment and their uses . You will practise
     journalist or those interested in learning the basics of better picture-         using these tools on a supervised field shoot . Lab work will include
     taking for public relations or advertising in their business of choice . Visit   editing, managing and working with your images using Adobe Lightroom
     www .cindytaylor .com to download course material (approx . $20)                 and Photoshop to help you develop a digital workflow and photo
     ARTS 1350           $99 .00                                                      enhancement skills . Previous Photoshop & Lightroom experience is not
     Cobourg           Wed, Sep 12 – Oct 17      6:30 – 9:00pm                        required; however a working knowledge of computers is necessary .
                       Sat, Sep 15 – Oct 27      9:30am – 12:00pm                     ARTS 1639               $237 .60
                       (no class Thanksgiving weekend)                                Cobourg               Sun, Oct 28 – Dec 2       9:30am – 4:30pm
                       Wed, Oct 24 – Nov 28      3:30 – 6:00pm
                                                                                      Video & Filmmaking: An introduction
                       Sat, Nov 3 – Dec 8        12:30 – 3:00pm
                                                                                      This beginner course explores the basics of shooting and editing digital
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 13 – Oct 18      6:30 – 9:00pm
                                                                                      video . Obtain a brief overview of the technical information required to
                       Sun, Sep 16 – Oct 28      1:30 – 4:00pm                        produce educational, promotional, corporate and music videos as well
                       (no class Thanksgiving weekend)                                as high quality home movies and short films . Learn about video resolu-
                                                                                      tion, aspect ratio, compression and decompression, video formats,
                                                                                      shooting styles, lighting, sound, equipment and hands-on editing with
                            Learn from an Artist                                      industry standard software . Find out how to deliver the finished videos
                                                                                      across a variety of platforms including the internet, DVD and television .
            Our instructors are working artists . See their profiles in the
                    course listing at flemingcollege .ca/con_ed .                     ARTS 1685              $79 .20
                                                                                      Cobourg               Wed, Oct 3 – 24           6:00 – 9:00pm
DiGitAL ARtS
Lightroom: Level 1                                                            Photo Design Level 2
Gain an understanding of the powerful image management and editing            Take your everyday layouts and photographs to the professional level!
software Lightroom . Explore Lightroom’s Library module, where most           Create photo designs/collages with the WOW factor! With step-by-step
of the browsing and managing of photos takes place . Learn how to             instructions, hands-on practice, and actions you will not only create
import your photos, how to organize them and how to apply keywords,           works of art, but produce templates in half the time . Learn how to
flags and other tags to them to make sorting them easier . We will also       compose stunning templates, using text, photos, and your imagination .
touch on quick development of your photos . A basic understanding of          Valuable quick tips & techniques to produce photo layouts or albums
computers and photo/imaging terminology such as exposure, contrast,           in half the time with great style! Skills learned in this course can be of
white balance, highlights and f/stop is recommended .                         use in business and marketing applications . Prerequisite: Photo Design
                                                                              Level 1 .
ARTS 1645             $99 .00
Cobourg             Sun, Sep 9 – Oct 21       1:30 – 4:00pm                   ARTS 1783           $99 .00
                    (no class Thanksgiving weekend)                           Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Nov 10 – Dec 15          3:30 – 6:00pm

Lightroom: Level 2                                                            Photoshop Level 1
In this continuation of Lightroom Level 1 you will focus on Lightroom’s       Gain a fundamental insight into this powerful image manipulation
Develop Module, where most of the photo editing is done, learn how            software . You’ll learn how to use the tools and filters to enhance your
to develop your photos, correct white balance, brightness, contrast, &        image and get great tips on saving, printing and production . This course
colour, as well as how to use Lightroom’s tools to make both minor and        would benefit to those self-employed or working in marketing, adver-
major adjustments to your files (including RAW files) . You will also learn   tising or business . (Note: Students working toward the Web Site Design
how to fix those problem photos, make gorgeous black & whites, and            Certificate will need the 30-hour Photoshop course COMP 121)
get your photos into Photoshop or export them for web . This course is        ARTS 1451           $99 .00
great for the photographer who wants to make editing and developing           Cobourg           Wed, Sep 12 – Oct 17          12:30 – 3:00pm
photos easy and fast! Prerequisite: Lightroom Level 1 .
                                                                              Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 22 – Nov 3           12:30 – 3:00pm
ARTS 1782             $99 .00
Cobourg             Wed, Sep 12 – Oct 17        6:30 – 9:00pm                 Photoshop Level 2
                    Sun, Oct 28 – Dec 2         10:30am – 1:00pm              Advance your solid knowledge of Photoshop to the expert level . Discover
                                                                              more elaborate techniques, including working with filters, design tech-
Photo Design: Creating Works of Art                                           niques and special effects . You will learn many advanced methods of
This amazing 4-hour hands-on workshop will give you countless tips            using tools, such as selection techniques, masks and the action palette .
and techniques for correcting the most common problems in your                You will also gain an understanding of how to restore old photographs
images, like underexposure, overexposure, and colour temperature              and perfect your retouching abilities . For those already with a good        13
changes . Learn how to remove blemishes, wrinkles, and unwanted               knowledge of Photoshop, this course is ideal for those wishing to attain
objects from the background . This workshop will also show you how to         the very highest level of skill and familiarity with the software . (Note:
reproduce the quality, sharpness, and grain of a film camera! A basic         Students working towards their Web Site Design Certificate will want to
knowledge of Photoshop is required .                                          take our 30-hour Adobe Photoshop – Intermediate course COMP 122 .)
ARTS 1786             $63 .72                                                 ARTS 1561           $99 .00
Cobourg             Sun, Dec 9                  12:00 – 4:00pm                Cobourg           Sun, Sep 9 – Oct 21       10:30am – 1:00pm
                                                                                                (no class Thanksgiving weekend)
Photo Design Level 1                                                                            Wed, Oct 24 – Nov 28      3:30 – 6:00pm
Enhance your digital photos with Adobe Photoshop . Hands-on practice          Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Nov 10 – Dec 15      12:30 – 3:00pm
with the program’s tools, filters and layer styles will let you create
stunning 3-D layouts and professional quality digital designs that you
can share on the web or print as posters, flyers or event advertising .
Get easy to follow step-by-step instructions on how to create stunning
layouts, and countless tips for creating business brochures, personal
collage prints, photography portfolio pages and more! Learn how to use
Photoshop’s tools, filters, and layer styles and masks to create amazing
layouts that will catch everyone’s eye . Prerequisite: Photoshop Level 1 or
basic Photoshop skills .
ARTS 1452           $99 .00
Cobourg           Wed, Oct 24 – Nov 28      6:30 – 9:00pm
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 22 – Nov 3       3:30 – 6:00pm
                  (no class Thanksgiving weekend)




                        Ready to Register?
                          See page 64 for details .
     BusINEss AND LEADErsHIP




14   LEADERSHiP AnD bUSinESS SkiLLS
     inspired Performance Seminar                                                   Leadership Development Series
     This inspiring seminar on living a happier life that is balanced and
     fulfilled takes place at Port Hope’s elegant Dorset Manor Spa, an              Leadership is rooted in knowing your field well . With these courses you
     extension of the widely known Ste . Anne’s Spa . Enjoy gourmet food            can build on your expertise to become a dynamic, creative manager
     and a beautiful overnight stay . Relaxation methods, time management           who knows how to get the best performance out of their team . This
     techniques, effective communication skills, combined with humour,              certificate could boost your résumé for management positions or make
     imagination and creative thinking will assist you in feeling a renewed         you a better leader in your current position .
     sense of purpose and balance in your personal and business life . Gentle
     Yoga class included . Spa services are additional . You will receive a         Career prospects
     $20 gift certificate towards any spa services you desire . To register, call   	     •	Team	or	project	lead
     Colleen at 905 .372 .6865 ext . 5000 .
                                                                                    	     •	Departmental	management
     ARTS 1762 – Shared accommodations        $660 .00
                                                                                    	     •	Project	management
     ARTS 1763 – Single accommodations        $690 .00
     The Dorset Manor Spa, 175 Dorset Street West, Port Hope, ON                    	     •	Change	management	and	re-organization
     Thu, Sep 13, 5:00pm – Fri, Sep 14, 4:00pm                                      	     •	Organizational	(HR)	management
     Thu, Oct 18, 5:00pm – Fri, Oct 19, 4:00pm                                      	     •	Product/service	development
     Thu, Nov 8, 5:00pm – Fri, Nov 9, 4:00pm
                                                                                        Courses
                                                                                        MGMT 140          Communication – LDS
                                                                                        MGMT 142          Employment Law – LDS 3
                                                                                        MGMT 149          Project Management 3
                                                                                        MGMT 141          Creative and Critical Thinking
                                                                                        MGMT 144          Human Relations 3
                                                                                        MGMT 146          Leading Teams
                               Ready to Register?                                       MGMT 148          Performance Management
                                 See page 64 for details .
                                                                                        MGMT 147          Managing Change
                                                                                        MGMT 145          Leading Responsibly
                                                                                        MGMT 143          Finance
                                                                                    3 offered this fall
Dealing with Difficult People                                                 Leadership & Career Management
Understanding people and being able to work with them, no matter              Especially of interest to those in a unionized workplace, this course will
what type of people they are, is one of the major keys to manage-             help to develop effective supervisory strategies and an awareness of
ment and life success . Learn to identify and cope with some of the           labour relations issues . This course will focus on two important topics;
most difficult behavior you may encounter . Topics include personality        strategies for effective supervision and supervising in a unionized
styles, establishing rapport, body language, matching and mirroring           environment . Employment standards, health and safety and human
techniques .                                                                  rights legislation will be covered as well as the Labour Relations Act,
SOCI 78               $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7 and Nov 1              an overview of union organizing, components of a typical collective
                                                                              agreement and the grievance process .
Dispute Resolution                                                            MGMT 136              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
Study the major alternative dispute resolution methods, their advantages
and disadvantages, and when to apply them . Explore mediation skills,         Leadership in a team Environment
ethical issues, power imbalances, issues of culture, race and gender          Examine the skills and abilities needed to lead a team-based organiza-
and stages in the mediation process . Examine how to determine the            tion . Understand the competencies, tools and techniques that focus
interests of the parties, how to generate options for settlement, and how     on group dynamics rather than solely on individual performance .
to get beyond impasses . An introductory course in Human Resources            Learn how to mobilize participation, build consensus, and enable
Management or experience in the field is required prior to taking this        individuals to maximize their team’s ability to achieve results .
course .                                                                      BUSN 127              367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
MGMT 101              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                              Management information Systems
Employment Law (LDS)                                                          Examine information systems, information flows, source document
Today’s workplace is highly regulated from the commencement of the            flows, design for effective data storage and retrieval, auditing controls
employment relationship through to its termination . An examination of        and computer systems with a focus on information that executives
both statutory law and common law will be undertaken in both federal          could use to support decision making . MS Access will be used to
and provincial jurisdictions . You will review employment standards,          provide illustration and practice in database concepts .
health and safety, labour relations, pay equity and human rights legisla-     MGMT 165              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
tion as it applies to management and unionized employees and leasers .
MGMT 142              $198 .00                                                Management/Leadership Skills
Cobourg             Tue, Oct 2 – Dec 4          6:00 – 9:00pm                 Gain an understanding of management and leadership styles and
                                                                              develop your own personal style in managing the many practical
Employment Law for Leadership Development                                     aspects of a business operation, and providing leadership by moti-
Today’s workplace is highly regulated from the start of the employment        vating, empowering, and supporting staff . Problem solving and team
relationship through to its termination . An examination of both statutory    building skills are essential .                                              15
law and common law will be undertaken in both federal and provincial          MGMT 25               $334 .00    Online, starts monthly
jurisdictions . Review employment standards, health and safety, labour
relations, pay equity and human rights legislation as it applies to           Project Management (LDS)
management and unionized employees and leaders .                              This course provides the practical knowledge to start and complete
MGMT 160              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                        a project successfully from a leadership perspective . You will learn
                                                                              how the elements of the Project Management Body of Knowledge are
Human Relations (LDS)                                                         applied during each phase of a project’s life cycle and the implications
The study of Human Relations will improve your understanding of               of project management on leadership within an organization . This will
people, give you practical insights into handling people, and improve         help to establish priorities and effectively manage your projects and
your overall performance both professionally and personally . Topics          project teams .
of discussion will include: motivation, handling conflict, delegation,        MGMT 149             $198 .00
building morale and more .                                                    Cobourg             Mon, Oct 15 – Dec 17         6:00 – 9:00pm
MGMT 144           $198 .00
Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 19 – Nov 21          6:30 – 9:30pm                 Starting your Own Small business
                                                                              Starting a business is not just about writing a business plan . There are
Human Relations                                                               many other things to consider . This course will take you through step-
Improve your understanding of people and what “makes them tick” . You         by-step the things you need to know, where to find the information
will discuss motivation, handling conflict, delegation, building morale       and the questions you need to answer to start smart .
and more . Studying these topics will give you practical insights into        BUSN 152             $198 .00
handling people more effectively and improve your overall performance .       Haliburton          Wed, Oct 10 – Dec 12         6:30 – 9:30pm
MGMT 112              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                              How to Start a Small business
inspired Performance Seminar – see page 14                                    This course will guide you through the process of setting up a
                                                                              business including: feasibility study, forms of ownership, financing,
intro to E-business –      see page 24                                        operations, marketing plans and personal skills . In short, this course
                                                                              will help transform your business idea into a functional business .
Leadership and Communication                                                  BUSN 102              268 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
Learn the theory and application of effective communication skills for
leaders . A critical function of a leader is to represent your organization
not only internally, but also to external audiences, such as the media,
other organizations, stakeholder groups, the public, and government .
This highly interactive course will improve skills in communicating
messages plainly and concisely to both internal and external audiences .
MGMT 92               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     Cobourg Campus – Starts Fall 2012

     Green business Management Post-Graduate Certificate – OnLinE AnD in-CLASS                                                                             new!


     Program Code: GBM                                                               Career Prospects: Sustainability leaders in the global community are
                                                                                     pushing for “Green Business Management” to be the norm rather than
     Prepare to lead a culture of sustainability .                                   the exception . With this certificate you may be on your way to a new and
                                                                                     exciting Green Business Leader Career as:
     A hybrid approach to program delivery combining some on-site with
     extensive online learning technologies is being used to accommodate a           	       S
                                                                                           •		 ustainability	Coordinator	or	Manager
     wide range of interested individuals, including those who are unable to         	       E
                                                                                           •		 nvironmental	Leader
     attend courses full time .
                                                                                     	       P
                                                                                           •		 rogram	Manager	–	Green	Products
     Is This for You? This innovative certificate is created for College and
                                                                                     	       S
                                                                                           •		 ales	and	Marketing	of	Green	Products	and	Services	Categories
     University students who graduated from Business, Management or
     Environmental programs and who are passionate about creating a more             	       C
                                                                                           •		 orporate	Social	Responsibility	Advisors
     responsible workplace . You will add a highly attractive additional skill set   Admission Requirements: The minimum admission requirement for this
     in sustainability to your formal education background .                         program is an Ontario College Diploma or an undergraduate university
     The program will be particularly attractive to:                                 degree in a business or environmental related field . Professionals who
                                                                                     are currently in management and professionals with equivalent related
     	     M
         •		 anagers	and	leaders	who	are	tasked	with	leading	sustainability	
                                                                                     work experience will also be considered for admission on an individual
           and green practices in the business and industrial sector .
                                                                                     basis .
     	     E
         •		 ntrepreneurs	in	the	green	product	or	service	business	or	those	
                                                                                     A high level of comfort in computer/internet skills is recommended .
           who wish to add sustainability to a traditional product or service
           business                                                                  For more information or to register, contact Colleen Johnston at
                                                                                     905-372-6865 ext . 5000 or coljohns@flemingc .on .ca
     	     R
         •		 ecent	business	graduates	keen	to	add	sustainable	business	
           practices to their tool kit; and
     	   •		 ecent	environmental	studies	graduates	seeking	to	apply	their	
           R                                                                             Core Courses
           ecological education to the business world .                                  MGMT 193          Sustainability Principles, Models and Tools 3
     Certificate Highlights: This post-graduate certificate is designed to               MGMT 194          Corporate Social Responsibility 3
     assist those interested in supporting and implementing broad-based
     business sustainability to develop the knowledge, tools, guidelines, tech-          MGMT 195          Sustainability Standards, Practices and Processes
     niques and practices to do just that . The program of study is includes:            MGMT 196          Workplace Sustainability
16   	     F
         •		 lexibility:	in-class	components	and	online	study
                                                                                         MGMT 197          Opportunities in the Green Economy
     	     C
         •		 ompletion	of	a	comprehensive	business	plan
                                                                                         MGMT 198          Implementing Change
     	     C
         •		 ulminating	Applied	Project	with	an	industry	partner
                                                                                         MGMT 199          Comprehensive Sustainability/Business Plan
     	     F
         •		 ocus	on	pragmatic,	ROI	and	change	management	aspects	of	
           green business                                                                MGMT 200          Applied Project

                                                                                     3 offered this fall




     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

     Corporate Social Responsibility                                                 Sustainability Principles, Models & tools
     Description: Analyze critical issues and international best practices of        Examine the ecological principles, economic and environmental (natural
     environmentally sustainable organizations in the field of corporate social      and social) trends, global environmental concerns and environmental
     responsibility (CSR) . Develop strategies to manage risk and uncertain-         management trends that are driving sustainability in organizations .
     ties in the global economy as well as natural and social environments .         Research business management tools and models that support global
     Working with a ‘Partner Organization’, you will evaluate the effective-         leadership in achieving environmentally sustainable organization goals .
     ness of their policies and processes designed to identify and accept            The development of a sustainability plan for an existing organization or
     responsibility for the impacts of its decisions and activities on the social    a business plan for a new environmentally sustainable organization is
     and natural environment . These policies, processes, procedures and             introduced as the underlying theme of the program .
     practices will also be examined with respect to how they contribute             MGMT 193             $339 .84
     to sustainable development, take into account the expectations of
                                                                                     Format: in-class & online
     stakeholders, are in compliance with applicable laws and consistent
     with international norms of behaviour .                                         Start/End Dates: Mon, Sep 10 – Sat, Dec 1
     MGMT 194             $339 .84                                                   In-class (Cobourg): Fri, Sep 14 & Nov 30            9:00am – 4:00pm
     Format: in-class & online                                                       Online: 3 hours per week
     Start/End Dates: Mon, Sep 10 – Sat, Dec 1
     In-class (Cobourg): Sat, Sep 15 & Dec 1           9:00am – 4:00pm
     Online: 3 hours per week
OFFiCE AnD ADMiniStRAtiOn

Office Administration Certificate – OnLinE
Is This for You? If you are not confident in using business software,
                                                                                Core Courses
such as the Microsoft Suite of programs, but enjoy multitasking and
developing interpersonal relationships, this certificate will give you the      COMP 220             Microsoft Word Specialist* 3 – see Computer
skills you need to become a valued administrative member of an office                                section
team . If you already possess some knowledge of business software, this
                                                                                COMP 221             Microsoft Excel Specialist* 3 – see Computer
certificate allows you to upgrade your skills to a more advanced level .
                                                                                                     section
Certificate Highlights: Office Administration has evolved into a multi-         BUSN 55              Office Technology & Procedures 3
tasking job that can include a variety of manual and electronic tasks,
                                                                                COMM 59              Organizational Business Communications 3
spreadsheet and basic financial management, as well as customer
service and interpersonal relations . This program will build your skills in    MGMT 21              Introduction to Project Management 3 – see p . 30
today’s most commonly-used office computer applications and in the
                                                                                BUSN 31              Building and Maintaining Customer Relationships 3
project management skills required by today’s employers .
                                                                                Electives (Choose 3)
Career Prospects
                                                                                ACCT 38              Accounting Basics 1 3 – see p . 20
	   •	Front	line	/	reception	staff
                                                                                MGMT 111             Critical & Creative Thinking 3
	   •	Office	Assistant
                                                                                COMP 216             Microsoft Access Specialist* 3 – see Computer
	   •	Office	Administration
                                                                                                     section
	   •	Information	Management
                                                                                COMP 164             Microsoft Excel Expert* 3
	   •	Professional	development
                                                                                COMP 289             Project Management & Scheduling Software
                                                                                                     (Microsoft Project) 3
                                                                                COMP 158             Desktop Publishing for Business 3 – see Computer
                                                                                                     section
                                                                                ACCT 47              Simply Accounting 3 – see p . 20

                                                                               3 offered this fall                                                            17
                                                                               * Participants with existing basic skills in these programs can elect to
                                                                                 take the more advanced course .




Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.



building and Maintaining Customer Relationships                                Organizational business Communications
Develop your understanding of customer service and the skills associ-          Obtain an overview of important communication concepts and skills
ated with understanding the needs of customers, meeting those needs            required in business . Topics include writing clear reports and documen-
and fostering an environment that encourages customers to return . It          tation, making effective presentations, and fostering interpersonal skills .
will be of interest to anyone who works with customers, either internal or     COMM 59                 $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
external, on a daily basis .
BUSN 31               $386 .80       Online, starts Sep 7                      Project Management & Scheduling Software
                                                                               (Microsoft Project)
Critical and Creative thinking
                                                                               The functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation
These skills are valued in every company and organization . Practice           and costing, progress monitoring and reporting are explored in detail .
creative thinking and reasoning techniques and apply these skills to           Move from a basic to an advanced level of familiarity with the functions
help analyze and respond appropriately to a wide variety of personal and       of Microsoft Project 2010, a typical project management software . Prior
work situations .                                                              experience with project management concepts is recommended .
MGMT 111              $268 .00       Online, starts Sep 7                      COMP 289                $386 .80    Online, starts monthly
Office technology & Procedures
Become proficient in a broad range of office tasks, including Internet
research and reporting, e-mail messages, time and stress manage-
ment, telecommunications, office reception and customer service,
meetings and travel arrangements, office mail procedures and records
management .
BUSN 55               $439 .60       Online, starts monthly
     HUMAn RESOURCES



     Human Resources Management
     Certificate – OnLinE OR in-CLASS
     Is This for You? Human Resources is the perfect vocation for your
     interest in teamwork and tactful communication, your problem solving
     skills and your passion for policies and processes .

     Certificate Highlights: This certificate gives you a skill set that includes
     up-to-date Canadian regulations and policies, working with the different
     levels of an organization, compensation administration, recruitment,
     training, labour relations and other key HR components .

     Career Prospects
     	     •	HR	Assistant/Clerk
     	     •	Payroll	Clerk
     	     •	Benefits	Administration
     	     •	Recruitment	and	Selection
     	     •	Labour	Relations
     	     •	Workforce	Planning
     	     •	Training	&	Development
     	     •	Occupational	Health	&	Safety	Coordination
     	     •	Advancing	from	a	clerical	position	into	Human	Resources
     	       C
           •		 ompletion	of	the	Certified	Human	Resources	Professional	
             (CHRP™) designation
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     Competent computer skills are recommended whether you take your
     courses in-class or online .




         IN-CLASS                                                          ONLINE EQUIVALENT
         Core Courses
         MGMT 1            Compensation Administration 3                   MGMT 23       Compensation Management 3
         ACCT 11           Finance & Accounting 3                          ACCT 44       Intro to Financial Management Accounting 3
         MGMT 17           Recruitment & Selection 3                       MGMT 35       Recruitment & Selection 3
         MGMT 7            Human Resources Administration                  MGMT 30       Human Resource Management Principles 3
         MGMT 8            Human Resources Planning                        MGMT 33       Human Resources Planning and Development 3
         MGMT 10           Industrial Relations                            MGMT 22       Industrial Relations 3
         MGMT 15           Occupational Health & Safety 3                  MGMT 36       Occupational Health and Safety 3
         BUSN 21           Org . Theory, Structure & Design                MGMT 32       Intro to Business Management & Organizational Behaviour 3
         MGMT 18           Training & Development                          MGMT 31       Training & Development 3

     3 offered this fall



     Fleming’s Certificate and the CHRP™ Designation
     All HRM courses have been approved as academic credits by the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and thus qualify as credits
     for the National Knowledge Exam (NKE™) set by the Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA) . To write the NKE exam, the
     passing of which is mandatory to attain the CHRP designation, an overall average of at least 70 percent must be attained in the nine required
     courses, with no mark less than 65 percent . Attaining CCHRA recognition requires joining a provincial HR association (such as HRPA) and passing
     the NKE . As of January 2011, qualifying to write the NKE also requires prior completion of a Degree . In Ontario, the acquisition of three years of
     experience in the field at a professional/supervisory level is also necessary for the CHRP designation .
Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

benefits Administration                                                       intro to business Management
This comprehensive course covers the Canada Pension Plan, Workers’            & Organizational behaviour
Compensation, government health plans, pension programs, insurance,           An examination of the Canadian business environment and the
contractual benefits such as rest periods, vacations and sick leaves and      management decision making process as an integral component of
volunteer benefits such as social, recreational, and cultural activities      organizational behaviour . Pre-requisite: Human Resources Management
and counseling . Also addressed are costing, program design, EAPs and         Principles or similar work experience .
special programs such as retirement planning and fitness projects .           MGMT 32               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
MGMT 118              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                              introduction to Financial Management Accounting
Compensation Administration                                                   Learn financial and management accounting concepts and techniques,
Become familiar with how the right pay and benefits package can help          focusing on the relationships between management of performance and
a company attract and retain competent employees . Gain hands-on              basic management functions of planning, coordination and control . It is
skills in program design and become familiar with administrative strate-      recommended that students have a basic knowledge of accounting before
gies to meet cost-performance expectations . Examine internal equity          taking this subject .
(alignment), external equity, employee contributions, the process of          ACCT 44                $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
administration, employee benefits, government influence and legislative
constraints, pay discrimination, compensation of special groups, and          Occupational Health & Safety
the union role in pay administration . Recommended Prior Learning:            Gain an understanding of the critical importance of employee well-
Human Resources Administration MGMT 7 .                                       being . Learn how occupational health and safety affect both cost control
MGMT 1              $297 .00                                                  and productivity and examine the technical, managerial, legislative,
Ptbo (Sutherland) Tue, Sep 4 – Dec 11            5:00 – 8:00pm                political and personal aspects of safety, as well as occupational
                                                                              health concerns . Recommended Prior Learning: Human Resources
Compensation Management                                                       Administration .
This course introduces the foundation of the reward systems found in          MGMT 15               $297 .00
all organizations, whether profit or not-for-profit . You will examine both   Cobourg             Thu, Sep 6 – Dec 13         6:00 – 9:00pm
the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation function, with
special consideration of the major factors that influence the actual          Occupational Health and Safety
design of a compensation system .                                             Explore technical, legislative, political, and personal issues surrounding
MGMT 23               $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7 and Oct 1             workplace health and safety . Examine the Occupational Health and
                                                                              Safety Act of Ontario, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)           19
Finance and Accounting                                                        and the Workplace Health and Safety . Topics include WHMIS, trans-
Learn to interpret financial statements; calculate and interpret financial    portation of dangerous goods, accident prevention and investigation,
ratios; understand cost behaviour; calculate and interpret contribu-          physical and biological agents, and the management of Occupational
tion margin and break-even analyses; understand cost allocation,              Health and Safety programs
activity-based costing, and the uses of transfer pricing; and prepare an      MGMT 36               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7, Oct 1
operating budget . Note: Students with background experience may be
able to write a test to be exempted from some classes .                       Recruitment and Selection
ACCT 11            $396 .00                                                   Find and hire the best candidates for your organization . Explore all
Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon, Sep 10 – Dec 10           5:30 – 9:30pm                aspects of recruiting, interviewing, and other steps in the selection
                                                                              process, including initial applicant screening and reference checking,
Human Resource Management Principles                                          and the legal issues pertaining to each . Gain hands-on experience
                                                                              through analyzing case studies, developing a recruitment campaign
Explore the strategic importance of HR management, job analysis and
                                                                              for an actual job, and participating in videotaped selection interview
design, planning, recruitment and selection, government and legal chal-
                                                                              simulations . Pre-requisites: Human Resources Administration (MGMT 7
lenges, orientation and training, management development and career
                                                                              or MGMT 30)
planning, employee motivation, performance appraisal, compensation
management, financial incentives, employee benefits and services,             MGMT 17            $297 .00
employee relations and the Union-Management framework .                       Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 5 – Dec 12           5:00 – 8:00pm
MGMT 30               $527 .30     Online, starts monthly
                                                                              Recruitment and Selection
Human Resources Planning and Development                                      Gain an understanding of how recruitment and selection fits into
Learn how to forecast the human resource needs of an organization             the broader organizational structure, processes, and goals of an
within ambient socio-political situations . Prior learning or work experi-    organization and how this function is related to the other functions
ence in the Human Resources field is highly recommended .                     of HR management . Identify HR requirements and attract and retain
                                                                              an effective workforce . A background in a prior learning in Human
MGMT 33               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7 and Nov 1             Resources Management is recommended .
industrial Relations                                                          MGMT 35               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
Delve into the environmental influences in Canadian union-management          training & Development
relations, the combination of power, reason, communications, politics
and attitudes, significant bargaining issues and their economic implica-      Examine the psychology of the learning process, the design, imple-
tions, collective bargaining process, preparation for negotiations, strate-   mentation, and evaluation of training programs within organizations,
gies at the bargaining table, principles of negotiation, understanding and    needs analysis procedures, program design/development, program
administering the collective agreement, grievances, and the arbitration       administration, and measurement and evaluation . Prior learning or
process . Prior learning or work experience in Human Resources                work experience in Human Resources Management Principles is highly
Management Principles is highly recommended .                                 recommended .
MGMT 22               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7 and Nov 1             MGMT 31               $527 .30    Online, starts monthly
     ACCOUntinG AnD bOOkkEEPinG

     Small business Accounting Certificate – OnLinE
     Is This for You? This career is ideal for those with an eye for
                                                                                    ONLINE
     detail and organization, a good grasp of mathematics and basic
     computer use, as well as a professional attitude toward business               ACCT 38          Accounting Basics 1 3
     processes .                                                                    ACCT 39          Accounting Basics 2 3
                                                                                    ACCT 47          Simply Accounting 3
     Certificate Highlights: This certificate gives you a skill set that
     includes the day-to-day financial operations tasks carried out                 ACCT 44          Intro to Financial Management Accounting 3
     by small- to medium-sized businesses . It has been developed                   FINA 03          Taxation 1 3
     in conjunction with the Canadian Institute of Bookkeeping (CIB) .
                                                                                    MGMT 24          Payroll Administration 3
     Career Prospects                                                               COMP 239         Computers 1 – Introduction 3 – see Computer section
     	     A
         •		 ccounting	Clerk
                                                                                    MGMT 107         Small Business Financial Management 3
     	     A
         •		 ccounts	Receivable/Payable
     	     B
         •		 ookkeeper                                                              COMP 221         Microsoft Excel – Specialist 3 – see Computer section
     	     P
         •		 ayroll	Clerk                                                           COMP 220         Microsoft Word – Specialist 3 – see Computer section
     	     S
         •		 alary	Administration
     	   •		 reelance	Bookkeeper
           F                                                                       3 offered this fall
     	     T
         •		 ax	Preparation
     	   •		 anage	your	own	home	business
           M                                                                       Participants must have basic Windows computer and Internet skills
     	   •		 ork	in	wholesale,	service	or	retail	industries
           W                                                                       (managing files and folders, keyboarding, email and Internet searches) .



     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books.            introduction to Financial Management Accounting
     Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in
     upcoming semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more                 Learn financial and management accounting concepts and techniques,
     information.                                                                  focusing on the relationships between management of performance
                                                                                   and basic management functions of planning, coordination and
                                                                                   control . Recommended: Basic bookkeeping skills, Human Resource
20   Accounting basics 1                                                           Management .
     Topics include recording business transactions, preparing financial
                                                                                   ACCT 44               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
     statements, end-of-period adjustments, accounting for merchandising
     firms, accounts receivable, cash management and an introduction to            Payroll Administration
     financial ratios . Software requirements: Microsoft Word and Excel
                                                                                   Learn all facets of payroll administration, such as maintaining payroll
     ACCT 38               $367 .00    Online, starts monthly                      records, salaried; hourly; commission and contract workers; taxable
                                                                                   benefits, deductions; preparation of payroll journal entries; prepara-
     Accounting basics 2                                                           tion of Record of Employment; preparation of T4’s and T4 Summary;
     This is the continuation of the basic financial accounting course . Topics    Workers’ Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized
     covered include receivables, capital assets, current and long-term liabili-   Payroll . Pre-requisite: Accounting Basics 1 .
     ties, corporations, partnerships, statement of cash flow and financial
                                                                                   MGMT 24               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
     statement analysis . Pre-requisites: Accounting Basics 1 . Software
     requirements: Microsoft Word and Excel .                                      Simply Accounting
     ACCT 39               $367 .00    Online, starts monthly                      This beginner course will help you move finances from paper-based
                                                                                   into digital processes and maintain existing records in that format . It
     bookkeeping for a Small business                                              is not intended to be an accounting course . Pre-requisite: knowledge
     This indispensible course for small business owners shows you how to          of accounting principles and manual bookkeeping . Course textbook
     set up a simple set of business records that meet government require-         includes a trial version of the software . Advanced course ACCT78 also
     ments . Topics include transactions, journals, ledger and financial state-    available online .
     ments, and government regulations concerning HST and EI .
                                                                                   ACCT 47               $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     ACCT 36             $198 .00
     Cobourg           Tue, Oct 9 – Dec 11            6:00 – 9:00pm                Small business Financial Management
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Tue, Oct 2 – Dec 4             6:30 – 9:30pm                Advance from an accounting technician or a financial specialist to a
     Haliburton        Tue, Oct 9 – Dec 11            6:30 – 9:30pm                role as entrepreneur, acting as a general manager . Emphasis is on
                                                                                   developing a broad understanding of those accounting and financial
     Finance and Accounting                                                        management concepts and terminologies which will serve you in the
                                                                                   course of starting and operating a small business .
     Learn to interpret financial statements; calculate and interpret financial
     ratios; understand cost behaviour; calculate and interpret contribu-          MGMT 107              $439 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
     tion margin and break-even analyses; understand cost allocation,
     activity-based costing, and the uses of transfer pricing; and prepare an      taxation i
     operating budget . Note: Students with background experience may be           This is an introductory course to Canadian federal income tax . Topics:
     able to write a test to be exempted from some classes .                       employment income, business income, income from property, invest-
     ACCT 11            $396 .00                                                   ment income and capital gains . Personal tax returns for individuals
                                                                                   will be completed both manually and using a tax preparation software
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon Sep 10 – Dec 10            5:30 – 9:30pm
                                                                                   program . Pre-requisite: Accounting Basics 1 or equivalent skill set .
                                                                                   FINA 3                $367 .00    Online, starts monthly
RECORdS ANd INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

Records & Information Management Certificate – ONLINE                                                           New!



Is This for You? Records and Information Managers are analytical and
technically oriented. They have good oral and written communication
skills and strong interpersonal skills. In this position you will interact with    ONLINE
internal and external contacts while managing records-related projects             Core Courses
and keeping up-to-date with regulations and information technology.
                                                                                   COMP 436             Microsoft Office 3 – see Computer section
Certificate Highlights: Records and Information management is                      MGMT 164             Records & Information Management
affected by changes in regulations, technology, organizational needs                                    Fundamentals 3
and community needs. A good records and information manager needs
to be armed with the latest skills and knowledge in best practices,                MGMT 162             Archives 3
regulated processes and cost efficiencies to support their organization            MGMT 163             Document Management Technology
and its stakeholders.
                                                                                   MGMT 161             Active Records Management
Career Prospects
                                                                                   COMM 51              Researching and Reporting 3
	   •	Archivist
                                                                                   Electives (Choose 1)
	   •	Research	&	Reporting
                                                                                   BUSN 55              Office Technology & Procedure 3 – see page 17
	   •	Information	Management
	   •	Library	technician                                                           MGMT 165             Management Information Systems 3
	   •	Systems	security                                                             COMP 216             Microsoft Access Specialist* 3 – see Computer
                                                                                                        section
	   •		 rofessional	development	for	office	and	information	technology	
      P
      staff                                                                        COMP 221             Microsoft Excel Specialist* 3 – see Computer
                                                                                                        section

                                                                                  3 offered this fall
                                                                                  * Participants with existing basic skills in these programs can elect to
                                                                                    take the more advanced course.
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Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.


Archives                                                                          Researching and Reporting
This course focuses on developing a working understanding of archival             In this 39-hour online course communication skills are developed
theory and practice to manage archival records effectively. Explore the           through hands-on application. Students can choose examples related
nature of archival documents, the relationship between archives and               to their careers or from sample assignments. Participants define a
records management, acquisition and appraisal, arrangement and                    problem, collect research using print sources, the Internet, interviews
description, reference services, preventative conservation and facility           and questionnaires, and present their findings in reports.
planning and security.                                                            COMM 51               $327.40      Online, start Sep 7
MGMT 162               $327.40     Online, starts Sep 7

Management Information Systems
Gain an understanding of management and leadership styles and
develop your own personal style in managing the many practical aspects
of a business operation, and providing leadership by motivating, ,
empowering, and supporting staff. Problem solving and team building
skills are essential.
MGMT 165               $347.20     Online, starts Sep 7
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Records & Information Management Fundamentals                                          	      M
                                                                                            •		 icrosoft	Access	Specialist	(a	basic	course),	page	24
This is an introduction to the records lifecycle and establishes a solid
bases in records management concepts and techniques. Records                           	    •		 icrosoft	Excel	Specialist	(a	basic	course),	page	25
                                                                                              M
inventorying, retention and destruction scheduling, inactive and vital
                                                                                       	      M
                                                                                            •		 icrosoft	Office	2007	–	2010,	page		25
records management and the application of records management
practices to electronic records are emphasized.                                        	      O
                                                                                            •		 ffice	Technology	&	Procedures,	page	17
MGMT 164               $327.40     Online, starts Sep 7
     SOCiAL MEDiA

     Social Media Marketing Series for Small business Owners

     Social media technologies have changed the way we consume,
     converse, inform and get informed . They have forced a cultural shift,
     become mainstream and are here to stay . If your business has not
     implemented a social media campaign yet, these courses will help you
     cut short the trial-and-error learning curve to give you hands-on instruc-
     tion in developing your strategy . You’ll walk away with a clear idea of
     how to use social media tools for your business .

      MKTG 111        Social Media for Business 3
      MKTG 112        How to: Navigate the Blogosphere
      MKTG 113        Executing a Sound Facebook Fan Page Campaign 3
      MKTG 114        How to: Measure Social Media Effectiveness 3
      MKTG 115        Get Found Online: SEO for Business 101
      MKTG 117        Viral Marketing with YouTube
      MKTG 118        Twitter: From Conversation to Conversion 3
      MKTG 127        How to: Build Your Own Website Workshop 3

     3 offered this fall




22   Executing a Sound Facebook Fan Page Campaign                                   How to: Measure Social Media Effectiveness
     Word-of-mouth is one of the strongest purchase motivators, and                 Find out how to measure the success of a social media campaign using
     Facebook is one of the strongest platforms to facilitate this, with continu-   quantitative analysis from a social media guru . Explore how to track
     ously added and improved marketing and selling tools from which your           the financial impact and business performance achieved through a
     business can benefit . Discover how to set up and customize a business         Social Media Campaign . Learn how to justify your campaign’s Return on
     fan page, develop a Facebook strategy, research your competition, build        Investment to executives and business owners in the real world .
     a following, create an advertising campaign and make use of special            MKTG 114            $66 .00
     applications .
                                                                                    Cobourg           Tue, Oct 16 – Nov 6          6:00 – 8:30pm
     MKTG 113            $66 .00                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Nov 15 – Dec 6          6:00 – 8:30pm
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Oct 13 & 20              10:00am – 3:30pm
                                                                                    Social Media for business
     How to: build your Own Website Workshop                                        Create your online presence, using LinkedIn, Twitter and geolocational
     Delve into both Internet marketing strategy and hands-on website               platforms, from Facebook to foursquare . Manage your profiles seam-
     development . Learn website development fundamentals, including the            lessly and efficiently to maximize your return, and find out how to track
     dos and don’ts of web design, compelling content creation, and basic           your brand online to measure progress and improve your marketing
     search engine optimization . During class you will choose and register         campaign . Your instructor, a successful web entrepreneur, will reveal the
     a domain name and develop a personalized plan for designing your               tips and tricks vital to making a splash on the social media scene .
     own website . Participate in a step-by-step walk-through of web page
                                                                                    MKTG 111            $66 .00
     creation, including image and video embeds, as well as tutorials on
     other website must-haves, such as themes, blog setup, widgets and              Cobourg           Tue, Sep 18 – Oct 9          6:00 – 8:30pm
     contact forms and basic WordPress installation . At the end of the course      Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Oct 18 – Nov 8          6:00 – 8:30pm
     you will have a ready-to-launch website, a year of hosting, and the skills
     and tools to manage your new online platform . Instructor will provide         twitter: From Conversation to Conversion
     information on course costs which include a $200 fee to cover domain           Tweet for business or pleasure and follow the conversations that interest
     name registration and 12-month hosting fees .                                  you . Learn the mechanisms of Twitter including speaking the language
     MKTG 127                $66 .00                                                of today’s winning corporations for greater customer engagement and
     Cobourg               Sat, Oct 20 & Nov 3       10:00am – 3:30pm               product exposure .
                                                                                    MKTG 118             $66 .00
                                                                                    Cobourg            Tue, Nov 13 – Dec 4         6:00 – 8:30pm




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                  	    •	Intro	to	E-Business,	page	24
COMPuTErs




Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.
                                                                                                                                                           23
A+ Essentials – Hardware                                                      Adobe Dreamweaver (Web Page Authoring)
Gain a greater understanding of typical PC components and their               Learn to customize the working environment, create sites and
relationship to computer operating systems and peripherals . Hands-on         documents, develop navigation, site management, typography, images,
experience in diagnosis and troubleshooting helps prepare you to              tables, using layers, using frames, creating forms, CSS (cascading style
service PCs and related equipment . This course prepares you for the A+       sheets), rollovers and behaviours . Recommended: Knowledge of HTML .
Hardware certification exam . It is recommended that you complete this        Adobe Dreamweaver Advanced (COMP 228) also available online .
course before taking the A+ Operating System course .                         COMP 218             $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
COMP 260              $439 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                              Adobe illustrator – Digital illustration & Design
A+ Essentials – Operating Systems                                             This course will help develop your skills and knowledge in creating
This course along with A+ Essentials – Hardware, provides the funda-          digital files for graphic design projects using Adobe Illustrator . As the
mentals of basic computer operating systems, covering skills such as          graphic design industry changes through the development, advance-
installation, building, upgrading, repairing, configuring, troubleshooting,   ment and integration of computer technology, the importance of learning
optimizing, diagnosing and preventive maintenance, with additional            Adobe Illustrator for the design and production of digital files becomes
elements of security and soft skills . Completion of this course and the      evident . Software required: Illustrator CS4 or newer .
A+ Essentials – Hardware will enables you write the core CompTIA A+           COMP 435             $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
Essentials Exam .
COMP 282              $413 .20    Online, starts Sep 7                        Adobe Photoshop – basic
                                                                              Adobe Photoshop is the professional image-editing standard used in
                                                                              today’s workplace . Learn how to use the many powerful and exciting
                                                                              creative tools to manipulate, repair and improve photographic images
                                                                              to help you achieve extraordinary results for both print and web
  Pre-requisites: All computer courses except for beginner sessions
                                                                              applications .
  require a basic understanding of computer operations at the home
  user level. You should know how to access programs on your                  COMP 121           $198 .00
  computer and manage your data files.                                        Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon, Sep 24 – Dec 3          6:30 – 9:30pm
  All online courses require you to be comfortable with using the
  Internet,	sending	attachments	and	using	web-based	applications	             Adobe Photoshop – Level 1
  such	as	user	forums	(discussion	groups).	A	high-speed	Internet	             Discover the user interface of this image edition software, manipulate
  connection is recommended.                                                  photographic images, use special tools to control such functions as
  For more information about online learning at Fleming, please see           colorizing, blurring, distorting, adding text, layers, combining images,
  page 4 or visit www.flemingcollegeonline.com. Some courses have             and understand the process of preparing the file for output to hardcopy .
  additional requirements which are noted in the description.                 Software: CS4 or CS5 . Adobe Photoshop Level 2 (COMP302) also
                                                                              available online .
                                                                              COMP 167             $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     Adobe Photoshop Workshop                                                     HtML intermediate
     Looking for a basic photo editing skills? Spend 5 hours working with         Applying your knowledge of HTML and web page design, this course
     your photos to restore, enhance or completely alter existing images .        covers Dynamic HTML . Topics covered include Cascading Style Sheets,
     Add special effects, borders, filters and selected actions to manipulate     controlling content dynamically, positioning with DHTML, implementing
     the uniqueness of your photos . Please bring your own pictures or digital    advanced DHTML features and structuring data with XML . Pre-requisite:
     photos to the workshop .                                                     HTML Introduction .
     COMP 155             $98 .47                                                 COMP 284              $334 .00    Online, starts monthly
     Haliburton         Sat, Nov 3                  9:00am – 3:00pm
                                                                                  HtML introduction
     Computers i – introduction                                                   Acquire the fundamentals of HTML, from the basics of creating Web
     This course will familiarize you with both the hardware and software of      pages with graphics and links, using tables, and controlling page layout
     their computer system using the Windows environment . File manage-           with frames, to more advanced topics including cascading style sheets,
     ment, security risks and the basics of using Microsoft Word and Excel        adding pre-written JavaScript to your HTML documents, creating a
     are covered . Software required: Microsoft Office 2007 or 2010               multimedia Web page, and creating a Web page with forms .
     COMP 239             $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7                        COMP 303              $334 .00    Online, starts monthly

     Computers – An introduction                                                  internet Essentials
     Designed for absolute beginners, this class will give you a solid founda-    Master basic Internet skills . Learn how to use the Internet and e-mail,
     tion in the basic functions of your Windows-based computer in language       how to find specific information on the Web and how to browse the Web
     you’ll understand . Start with what you see when you turn on your            using popular browsers .
     computer and explore your computer’s main features, deal with your           COMP 193              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     documents or images, use e-mail, surf the Web, and discover what else
     your machine can do .                                                        intro to E-business
     COMP 466            $158 .40                                                 Develop an understanding of the current practices and opportunities in
     Cobourg            Mon, Oct 15 – Dec 3         6:00 – 9:00pm                 electronic publishing, electronic shopping, electronic distribution, and
                                                                                  electronic collaboration . Security, authentication, privacy, encryption,
     Desktop Publishing for business                                              safeguarding of intellectual property rights, acceptable use policies, and
     Using Microsoft Word, you will learn to combine basic design principles      legal liabilities are explored .
     and techniques to produce a variety of printed matter, such as statio-       COMP 208              $367 .00    Online, starts monthly
     nery, business cards, posters, newsletters, resumes, and more . This is a
     practical, hands-on course that will place emphasis on producing real-       Java introduction
     life, professional materials using specific desktop publishing terminology   Designed for the beginning programmer, this course provides you with
24   and document-handling techniques . Software required: Microsoft Word         a guide to developing applications and applets using the Java program-
     2007 or 2010 .                                                               ming language . Become familiar with object-oriented programming
     COMP 158             $491 .96    Online, starts Sep 7                        concepts including: creating and using classes and methods, loop
                                                                                  structures, string method, If/then/else, JOptionPane Class, arrays and
     Developing Web Applications with ASP .nEt and C#                             creating basic Java Applets . Software: JAVA SDK, JAVA IDE – both free
     Building on fundamentals of C programming, this course introduces            downloads . Java Intermediate (COMP313) is also available online .
     students to Web application development and database connectivity .          COMP 205              $334 .00    Online, starts monthly
     Coursework emphasizes how to create the basic, dynamic, and
     advanced ASP .NET pages in Microsoft’s C programming language,               Javascript
     and how to interact with the database using ADO .NET . Pre-requisite:        Explore JavaScript constructs including sequence, selection, repetition,
     Introduction to C Programming .                                              variables, arrays, objects and cookies . It allows the programmers / web
     COMP 267             $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7                        developers to write functions using objects, the properties (data) and
                                                                                  methods (programs) needed for web development . You will be able to
     Dynamic Web Sites with AMP                                                   apply fundamental JavaScript to deliver dynamic content to WEB based
     (Apache, MySQL and PHP)                                                      programs . Pre-requisites: Knowledge of HTML and CSS .
     Build dynamic and secure ecommerce websites, using the AMP                   COMP 151              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     (Apache web server with PHP scripting and a MySQL database)
     installing and developing applications with PHP (Apache being the web        Managing Files on your Computer
     server and MySQL as a back end database server) . Required software          Managing personal data, such as images or documents, can be
     for this course is free and will be downloaded during the course .           confusing . This one-session workshop will help you create and organize
     Pre-requisites: HTML Intermediate .                                          folders, move, copy, rename and delete files, and work with attach-
     COMP 437             $439 .60    Online, starts Sep 7                        ments . Learn how to protect your files from damage or loss, avoid
                                                                                  viruses, install software, and recognize major file types .
     Flash – An introduction                                                      COMP 144              $59 .08
     Gain understanding and practice using Flash vs . Shockwave, interface        Cobourg             Sat, Nov 11                 9:00am – 12:00pm
     basics, drawing and painting, working with objects, using type,
     importing artwork, working with layers, working with symbols and             Microsoft Access Specialist (a basic course)
     instances, creating animation, adding interactivity, working with sound,     Create customer databases, inventory-management systems or
     publishing and exporting to HTML and self-contained movies . Flash           web-based searches, relational databases with which you can add,
     Intermediate (COMP261) also available online .                               display and edit records . Use features such as sorting, indexing files
     COMP 229             $269 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                        and data queries . Course material covers 2007 to 2010 versions .
                                                                                  Microsoft Access Expert (advanced) COMP188 also available .
                                                                                  COMP 216              $268 .00    Online, starts monthly
Microsoft Excel 2010
Manage lists, your household budget, or your company’s financial
forecasts with this powerful software . Learn how Excel combines basic
mathematical spreadsheet functions with exceptional presentation,
charting and analytical features . Required: Basis Windows skills .
Recommended: File management skills .
COMP 137            $198 .00
Cobourg           Thu, Oct 4 – Dec 6            6:00 – 9:00pm
Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 20 – Nov 22          6:00 – 9:00pm

Microsoft – Excel Specialist (a basic course)
Learn to produce powerful, professional spreadsheets and graphics .
Create, edit, format and print spreadsheets . Learn how to use sorting,
charts, formulas and functions to facilitate your marketing, budgeting
and projecting needs . Course material covers Excel 2007 to 2010 .
Microsoft Excel Expert (advanced) COMP 164 also available .
COMP 221              $268 .00    Online, starts monthly

Microsoft – Office 2007 – 2010
Familiarize yourself with the applications contained in the Microsoft
Office Pro Edition, which contains Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and
Outlook . Software required: MS Office 2007 or 2010 Professional or
Ultimate edition .
                                                                            MySQL Databases
COMP 436              $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
                                                                            Focus is on creation, modification, implementation, and maintenance of
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010                                                   MySQL and MSSQL databases, as well as how these databases interface
                                                                            with internet applications and database servers .
This intensive, two-day session is designed to help you use this software
to create professional, engaging presentations . Learn to incorporate       COMP 498              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
multimedia and special effects, organize slide shows, integrate
material from other applications, and use colour and text effectively .     Programming for Absolute beginners
Recommended: Experience with another Microsoft Office Suite product .       If you have never written a computer program and have wondered how
Course will run over two Saturdays with a break in-between so that          to do it, here is an opportunity for you to get started . Learn how to store
participants can prepare a project for the second session .                 information in the computer, how to determine what the computer does           25
COMP 246             $99 .00                                                next, and how to get information into and out of the computer . Upon
                                                                            successful completion of this course, you will have a general under-
Cobourg            Sat, Oct 13 & 27             8:30am – 4:30pm             standing of what is involved in computer programming . You will need
                                                                            access to a C compiler for this course .
Microsoft PowerPoint
                                                                            COMP 262              $268 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
Become skilled using pull-down menus, toolbars and dialogue boxes
in MS PowerPoint for Windows . PowerPoint as a presentation program         Programming in C
allows you to create colorful graphics and text slides along with reports
for your projects . Course material covers 2003 to 2010 versions .          Introduction to structured programming and problem solving techniques
                                                                            using C . Gain a foundation for other programming courses, including
COMP 226              $268 .00    Online, starts monthly                    C++ . Many aspects of C, from variable, simple operations, and flow
                                                                            control to input/output, arrays, pointers, strings, and structures are
Microsoft Publisher 2010                                                    covered . Prior computer programming experience is not necessary, but
Explore the basics of this desktop publishing software, including           please be aware that this is a fast paced intensive course . You will need
creating a publication, formatting text and layout, and adding images .     access to a C compiler .
Course material covers the 2010 version of this software .
                                                                            COMP 176              $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
COMP 259              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                            Quickbooks
Microsoft Windows 7                                                         This user-friendly accounting Package by Intuit is perfect for home
Improve your computer skills to make the most of this operating system .    or small businesses . Learn to manage basic accounting tasks, create
Learn how to customize the Desktop and use the programs that come           budgets, pay bills on terms, carry inventory, generate reports and state-
with Windows . Set up your own applications for easier access and install   ments, manage payroll and integrate financial data into other software .
software . Learn to search for and manage files and folders and to use      Prerequisite: Basic windows skills .
the communication and multimedia systems available through Windows
                                                                            COMP 245           $198 .00
and the Internet . Although this is a beginner course, you will need to
use your computer to access it . Software: Microsoft Windows 7              Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 19 – Nov 21           6:30 – 9:30pm
COMP 463              $268 .00    Online, starts monthly                    Haliburton        Wed, Oct 10 – Dec 12           6:30 – 9:30pm

Microsoft – Word Specialist (a basic course)                                Quickbooks introduction
Learn to create, edit, format and print documents . Use paragraph, page     QuickBooks is designed for the small to mid-sized business owner . Set
and character formatting commands . Create multiple page documents          up a chart of accounts, reconcile your checking account, create and
with tables and desktop publishing using MS-Word . Course material          print invoices, receipts, and statements, track your payables, inventory,
covers both 2007 and 2010 versions . Software: Word 2007 or newer .         and receivables, create estimates, and generate reports . Setting up
Microsoft Word Expert (advanced) COMP 196 also available .                  a Payroll, editing employee data, and processing payroll and govern-
                                                                            ment data are also explored . QuickBooks Advanced (COMP297) also
COMP 220              $268 .00    Online, starts monthly                    available .
                                                                            COMP 283              $347 .20     Online, starts monthly
     Visual basic – introduction                                                  Web Usability
     Focus on the general principles of computer programming, including           Focus on designing audience-appropriate dynamic web sites . Learn
     the selection of basic data types, basic I/O, operators, repetition, flow    how to use effective copy for web sites, establish content guidelines
     control, decisions, arrays and the use of simple user-defined functions      and create sites that are accessible, usable and flexible . Discover how
     and user-defined classes . Learn how to write computer programs, using       to use flow charts and navigational plans to design the framework for
     a high level language, to solve typical business problems . Software         your sites . Analyze web site audiences and apply web usability testing
     required: Microsoft Visual Studio is bundled with the required textbook .    principles to ensure good website design .
     Pre-requisite: Programming in C or other programming language .              COMP 493               $268 .00   Online, starts Sep 7
     COMP 219               $439 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                  xML – introduction
     Web Site Design – basic                                                      Learn to define and create well-formed XML documents and validate
     This hands-on course offers a solid introduction to web page design,         them against XML Schemas, how to extract information from XML
     web graphics, and publishing your web page . Whether designing for           documents and convert it to other formats using XML related technolo-
     personal use or business, you will use text, graphics and hyperlinks         gies (DOM, XPath, XQuery and XSLT) and how to store and retrieve XML
     to create a few basic web pages and learn about providing quality            documents and document fragments from different databases . By the
     content for your web site visitors . Discover different types of software    end of the course students will be able to develop web pages for an
     used to create web sites and how to find the ones that are right for you .   e-commerce application using XML technology . Experience with HTML
     Prerequisites: Basic Windows skills, file management skills .                and CSS is required .
     COMP 134            $198 .00                                                 COMP 301               $439 .60   Online, starts Sep 7
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 27 – Nov 29            6:30 – 9:30pm




     Website Design Certificate – OnLinE OR in-CLASS
26   Is This for You? Website designers have a good eye for design and            Career Prospects
     colour and are comfortable with computer concepts . Software and             	   •	Web	Developer
     techniques are constantly updated, so a passion for continuous learning
     is essential and keeps the tasks interesting .                               	   •	Web	Author
                                                                                  	   •	Graphic	Designer
     Certificate Highlights: Marketing on the World Wide Web is the fastest       	   •	Internet	Marketing
     growing advertising sector for just about any product or service . We
     can help you join the wave and turn talent into profit through training      	   •	Freelance	web	design
     in Web Design concepts, writing code for web applications in several         	   •	Small	business	owner	or	employee
     languages and market your clients’ ideas, all with up-to-date software
     and technology .




      IN-CLASS                                                           ONLINE EQUIVALENT
      Core Courses
      COMP 134             Web Site Design – Basic 3                     COMP 303         HTML Introduction 3
      COMP 135             Web Site Design – Intermediate                COMP 284         HTML Intermediate 3
      COMP 154             Web Design – Advanced                         COMP 437         Dynamic Web Sites with AMP (Apache, MySQL and PHP) 3
      Electives (Choose 3)
      COMP 121             Adobe Photoshop – Basic or Advanced 3         COMP 167         Photoshop Level 1 or 2 3
      COMP 132             Adobe Dreamweaver                             COMP 218         Dreamweaver (Webpage Authoring) 3
      COMP 120             Adobe Illustrator – Basic                     COMP 435         Adobe Illustrator – Digital Illustration and Design 3
                                                                         COMP 229         Flash – An Introduction 3
                                                                         COMP 208         Introduction to E-Business 3
                                                                         COMP 176         Programming in C 3
                                                                         COMP 151         JavaScript 3
                                                                         COMP 498         MySQL Databases 3
                                                                         COMP 493         Web Usability 3

     3 offered this fall
HOsPITALITY AND CONFErENCE sErVICE




HOSPitALity AnD FOOD SERViCES                                                                                                                                  27

Food Service Worker Certificate – OnLinE OR in-CLASS
Is This for You? This program’s specialized training certifies you to work       Career Prospects: The average salary for a food service worker is
in the food service industry for health care facilities, as outlined by the      generally higher in the health care sector than in the fast food or restau-
Ministries of Health and of Community and Social Services . The certifi-         rant sector . Job prospects are good across Canada, but especially in
cate is an ideal career choice for high school graduates, adults looking         Ontario . With this certificate, which has been developed in cooperation
for a career change, or food service workers who want to upgrade and             with dieticians, you will be well-positioned for a job in the food service
enhance their skills . You will become part of a team as you pursue your         area of hospitals, nursing homes and cafeterias .
passion for preparing nutritious food that will benefit the health of your
customers .                                                                      Corporate Training: This training can also be delivered on-site at your
                                                                                 facility . Please contact us for details: 1-866-353-6464 ext . 2211 .
Certificate Highlights: Food Service workers enjoy the camaraderie of
working hands-on in a busy team environment and the responsibility
of looking after the nutritional welfare of their clients . Your education in
nutrition will include the workings of a kitchen in a health care setting         FASt tRACk it!
and specialized food preparation techniques .                                     Complete this certificate in just six weeks at the Cobourg Campus!
                                                                                  Program Code: FSC                  $1188 .00 (+ textbooks)
                                                                                  Call 905-372-6865 ext . 5000 to register .



 IN CLASS                                                                       ONLINE EQUIVALENT
 Core Courses
 CULN 23                Introduction to Nutrition 3                             CULN 52           Introduction to Nutrition 3
 HLTH 51                Nutrition in Health Care 3                              HLTH 149          Nutrition in Health Care 3
 HLTH 50                Institutional Food Service 3                            HLTH 147          Institutional Food Service 3
 COMM 47                Communication and the Food Service Worker 3             COMM 99           Communication and the Food Service Worker 3
 CULN 25                Sanitation and Safety 3                                 HLTH 148          Sanitation and Safety 3
 CLUN 24                Quantity Food Preparation 3                             HLTH 150          Quantity Food Preparation 3

3 offered this fall
     kitchen Assistant Certificate – in-CLASS
     Is This for You? Specifically designed for graduates with an OSSC
     (Ontario Secondary School Certificate), this certificate expands your          Semester 1
     passion for food preparation . You’ll enjoy working as part of a team in a     Basic Culinary Techniques        Tue, Sep 4 – Dec 18
     fast-paced environment .
                                                                                                                     8:00 am – 1:00 pm or 2:00 – 7:00 pm
     Certificate Highlights: At Fleming you’ll get the background to enter          Basic Food Principles            Mon, Sep 10 – Dec 17
     the culinary field from a school noted for the excellence of its culinary
                                                                                                                     8:00 am – 11:00 am
     graduates . In this one-year certificate program, you will be trained as
     a commercial kitchen assistant in the preparation and presentation of          Culinary Nutrition               Mon, Oct 29 – Dec 17
     meals for a variety of food service environments .                                                              12:00 – 2:00 pm
     Note: This program requires uniform attire, which can be purchased at          Food and Kitchen Safety          Mon, Sep 10 – Oct 5
     our bookstore . Please see www .flemingcollege .ca/con_ed for details .                                         12:00 – 2:00 pm

     Admission Requirements: OSSC (Ontario Secondary School Certificate)            Semester 2
                                                                                    Cuisine à la Carte and
     Courses offered at Ptbo (Sutherland) .                                         Baking Fundamentals
                                                                                    Culinary Career Planning
                                                                                    Food and Bake Theory
                                                                                    Field Placement




     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

     Advanced Food Safety training                                                 Communication and the Food Service Worker
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     This management level training with a comprehensive review of the             Focus on the communication skills required by the Food Service Worker
     entire foodservice operation is based on the ServSafe® Serving Safe           in the health care institution . General principles of human commu-
     Food course book . Managers will benefit from case studies and practical      nication will be explored including verbal interaction, intercultural
     methods that can be applied in your workplace for food safety auditing,       communication, and listening . Learn effective communication skills and
     applying HACCP principles and general WHMIS guidelines that need to           techniques for communicating with patients, residents, co-workers, and
     be followed in the foodservice industry . Certification requires a passing    supervisors .
     grade of 75% . A passing grade of 90% or above will qualify you to
                                                                                   COMM 99                $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     become an instructor of the Advanced Food Safety Training course . The
     certificate is valid for 5 years .
                                                                                   Communication and the Food Service Worker
     CULN 62            $138 .60
                                                                                   Communication skills are important for the food service worker in health
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Oct 24 – Oct 25          9:00am – 4:00pm               care institutions . General principles of human communication will be
                                                                                   explored including verbal interaction, inter-cultural communication
     bartending                                                                    and listening skills . Learn effective techniques for communicating with
     Experience the art of mixing, dispensing and serving alcoholic beverages      patients, residents, co-workers and supervisors .
     through demonstrations and practical training . Legal implications and        COMM 47                $198 .00
     responsibilities involved in the profession are also addressed . Successful
                                                                                   Cobourg               Wed – Tue, Oct 17 – 23    9:00am – 3:30pm
     graduates receive Smart Serve accreditation from the Hospitality
     Industry Training Organization of Ontario .
                                                                                   institutional Food Service
     HOSP 13            $172 .39
                                                                                   This course focuses on the role of a food service worker in the health
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon, Sep 10 – Nov 5           6:00 – 9:00pm                 care institution environment . Departmental organization, policies,
                                                                                   procedures, and job descriptions will be discussed . The stages of
     Cake Decorating – Fondant Workshop                                            various food service systems and menu processing will be examined .
     Learn the basics of butter cream flat coating before you move on to           Special emphasis will be placed on quality assurance and industry work
     covering mock and real cakes in the super smooth rolled fondant icing .       standards .
     In addition to decorating a traditional 2-tier wedding cake you’ll also       HLTH 50            $198 .00
     learn to make beautiful cupcakes, which are all the rage at birthday
                                                                                   Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon, Sep 17 – Nov 26          6:30 – 9:30pm
     parties, showers and even weddings . Traditional butter cream icing and
     rolled fondant will be used to create mini works of art . There will be a     Cobourg           Wed, Nov 7 – 13               9:00am – 3:30pm
     $150 material fee payable to the instructor . This fee covers all supplies
     and equipment required .                                                      institutional Food Service
     ARTS 1755             $102 .18                                                Explore the role of a food service worker in the health care institution
                                                                                   environment . Departmental organization, policies, procedures, and
     Haliburton          Sat, Sep 22                 9:00am – 5:00pm
                                                                                   job descriptions will be discussed . The stages of various food service
                                                                                   systems and menu processing will be examined . Special emphasis will
                                                                                   be placed on quality assurance and industry work standards .
                                                                                   HLTH 147               $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
introduction to nutrition                                                     Service Excellence
Basic principles of nutrition and the role of nutrition in the health care    This dynamic, interactive and engaging one-day workshop has been
environment are introduced . Current nutrition recommendations for            designed to prepare individuals with the skills and tools to create
fat, fiber, vitamins and minerals and weight control will be discussed .      memorable service experiences resulting in customer loyalty and
Discussions will incorporate social and cultural aspects of food .            successful customer centric organizations . This course provides
CULN 23            $198 .00                                                   students with behaviour guidelines, standards and service processes
                                                                              to build customer loyalty in the hospitality industry . Text extra: OTEC
Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 19 – Nov 21           6:30 – 9:30pm
                                                                              Workbook – Service Excellence .
Cobourg           Wed, Oct 24 – 30               9:00am – 3:30pm
                                                                              BUSN 116            $52 .80
introduction to nutrition                                                     Ptbo (Sutherland) Tue, Oct 23                   9:00am – 5:00pm
Learn the basic principles of nutrition and its role in the health care
                                                                              Smart Serve
environment . Current nutrition recommendations for fat, fiber, vitamins
and minerals, and weight control are discussed, as are the social and         Designed for liquor licensed establishment owners, servers, special
cultural aspects of food . Special considerations for nutrition throughout    occasion permit holders and individuals who want to learn responsible
the lifecycle will also be explored .                                         beverage service . Upon completion of the program, you will recognize
                                                                              the signs of intoxication and know your responsibilities and obliga-
CULN 52               $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                              tion under the law . This course is delivered in a video format . Upon
nutrition in Health Care                                                      successful completion you will receive Smart Serve accreditation from
                                                                              the Hospitality Industry Training Organization of Ontario .
Discover the basic principles of diet therapy, diets for heart disease,
diabetes, kidney disease, digestive diseases, cancer and HIV . Special        HOSP 19             $91 .35
diet recipes and commercial products are also presented . Pre-requisite:      Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri, Sep 14                   10:00am – 4:00pm
Introduction to Nutrition .                                                   Haliburton        By appointment
HLTH 51              $198 .00
                                                                              Wine Council of Ontario
Cobourg             Wed, Oct 31 – Nov 6          9:00am – 3:30pm
                                                                              Developed by the Wine Council of Ontario, this course is designed not
nutrition in Health Care                                                      only for bartenders and servers, it will also provide those who have
                                                                              a passion for wine with a better understanding of the wine-making
Focus on the basic principles of diet therapy . Several disease conditions
                                                                              industry . Topics include the wine appellations of Ontario, vineyards,
are discussed with emphasis on the therapeutic diets and nutrition
                                                                              wine making from vineyard to bottle, how to serve wine, wine tasting tips
support required for treatment . Pre-requisite: Introduction to Nutrition .
                                                                              and technique and wine and food matching principles . After taking the
HLTH 149              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                        course you will be more confident in your wine knowledge and be able
                                                                              to recommend wine to friends and customers . A structured wine tasting
Quantity Food Preparation                                                     will be completed during each day of the class . NOTE: $10 .00 Materials    29
This course concentrates on the cooking principles and methods for            fee and Ontario Wine Council Course Book and exam of $30 .00
preparing food in large quantities . NOTE: For safety and conformity          CULN 88             $79 .20
reasons for all cooking courses, students must wear non-slip, non-
                                                                              Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri, Sep 21 & 28              10:00am – 4:00pm
absorptive closed-toed shoes, full length pants, an apron (available at
the bookstore), a white shirt, hair tied back .
CULN 24              $198 .00
Cobourg             Wed, Nov 21 – 27             9:00am – 3:30pm

Quantity Food Preparation
Gain an understanding of the cooking principles and methods for
preparing food in large quantities . Various food types will be examined
including meat and poultry, bakery products, cold prepared items, eggs,
milk products and soups and sauces . Major cooking equipment will also
be discussed .
HLTH 150              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7

Sanitation and Safety
Prevent food borne illness within the health care institution by learning
about the special regulations and acts governing food service as well as
the strategies involved in proper food handling and controlling contami-
nation, with a focus on safe working environments for the food service
worker . NOTE: In-class course includes Certification for Food Handlers .
CULN 25              $198 .00
Cobourg             Wed, Nov 14 – 20             9:00am – 3:30pm

Sanitation and Safety
Prevent food borne illness within the health care institution by learning
about the special regulations and acts governing food service as well
as the strategies involved in proper food handling and controlling
contamination, with a focus on safe working environments for the food
service worker .
HLTH 148              $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     COnFEREnCE PLAnninG

     Event & Conference Planning Certificate – OnLinE                                             new!


     Is This for You? Conference and event management requires a detail            ONLINE
     oriented, highly organized individual . The rewards are a job with variety
     and creativity that will connect you with many different people and that      Core Courses (6)
     could involve travel .                                                        HOSP 22        Principles of Convention and Meeting Planning 3
                                                                                   HOSP 41        Planning & Operations – Event Management 3
     Certificate Highlights: From security to the selection of glass ware, the
                                                                                   HOSP 33        Event Management Strategies 3
     ability to efficiently manage the countless details involved in planning
     a major event is a valuable skill that saves time and money for the           HOSP 30        Event Planning & Protocol 3
     employer .                                                                    HOSP 29        Trade Show Management for Conventions 3
                                                                                   HOSP 51        Practical Project – Event Management 3
     Career Prospects
                                                                                   Electives (Choose 1)
     	      H
          •		 ospitality	industry,	such	as	hotel	conference	manager
     	      T
          •		 ourism	industry,	such	as	tourism	event	planner                       MGMT 21         Introduction to Project Management 3
     	      A
          •		 ssociations	and	professional	organizations                           MGMT 25        Management/Leadership Skills 3
     	      I
          •		n-house	conference	management	for	large	corporations                  MKTG 91        Hospitality Marketing 1 3
     	      C
          •		 onvention	and	trade	show	management                                  MGMT 166       Responsible Practices for Green Meetings Mgmnt 3
     	      P
          •		 rivate	special	event	planner
     	    •		 arketing
            M                                                                     3 offered this fall
      .
     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

     Event Management Strategies                                                  Planning and Operations – Event Management
     Gain an understanding of the processes involved in overall management        Raise your responsibilities as meeting planner to a professional, mana-
     of events . Critical path, goal development and program administration       gerial level . Focus on operational analysis and control, with an in-depth
     are explored . In addition, emphasis is placed on task diagnosis, time       look at: site inspection and selection, negotiation for services and
     frames, analysis of work problems and alternative work designs for           products such as food and beverage, transportation, shipping, accom-
     improving the organizational performance and effectiveness of events .       modation, security and insurance, preparation of contracts and legal
30   HOSP 33               $466 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                       liabilities, budgeting, on-site management, and the meeting planner’s
                                                                                  professional code of behaviour . Recommended prior learning: HOSP 22 .
     Event Planning and Protocol                                                  HOSP 41                $367 .00   Online, starts Sep 7
     Gain a practical foundation in planning an event . Critical aspects of
     event planning will be discussed including themes, food and beverage         Practical Project – Event Management
     planning, cost control, menus, quantity needs, service options, and          Move through a case-study course that will provide you with the oppor-
     room setup . Learn about key issues involved in protocol when planning       tunity to demonstrate and apply all the theoretical concepts learned in
     hospitality events, including the proper use of titles, seating, levels of   the previous core courses . Working in teams, you will undertake the
     service and security . The purpose and role of media in organizing an        basic management functions of planning, organizing, controlling, and
     event will also be discussed .                                               evaluation as they relate to the event . This course is to be taken at the
     HOSP 30               $268 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                       end of the certificate series .
                                                                                  HOSP 51                $307 .60   Online, starts Sep 7
     Hospitality Marketing i
     The importance of contemporary marketing skills in today’s increasingly      Principles of Convention and Meeting Planning
     competitive and complex marketplace is underlined in this course .           Acquaint yourself with the fundamental principles and practices
     Students learn to translate ever-changing guest needs into market            involved in meeting planning, including the key functional responsibili-
     opportunities by planning, analyzing, researching, setting objectives and    ties, as well as potential highlights and pitfalls that may be encountered .
     using a variety of interrelated marketing strategies .                       Major topics include: site selection, negotiation, program planning and
     MKTG 91               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                       design, and food and beverage arrangements .
                                                                                  HOSP 22                $307 .60   Online, starts Sep 7
     introduction to Project Management
     Learn the fundamental principles of project management including:            Responsible Practices for Green Meeting Management
     project initiating, project definition, creating the Work Breakdown          Observe the environmental considerations through all phases of the
     Structure, estimating effort, budgeting, scheduling using Gantt charts       meeting planning cycle in order to minimize the negative impact on
     and network diagrams, risk management, controlling resources, quality        the environment . Become familiar with the best environmental and
     assurance, auditing and closing .                                            corporate social responsibility practices available . Simulations and
     MGMT 21               $386 .80    Online, starts monthly                     practice exercises provide cost effective hands-on training to ensure a
                                                                                  successful environmentally responsible meeting . Recommended prior
     Management/Leadership Skills                                                 learning: Planning and Operations .
     Gain an understanding of management and leadership styles and                MGMT 166               $307 .60   Online, starts Sep 7
     develop your own personal style in managing the many practical
     aspects of a business operation, and providing leadership by motivating,     trade Show Management for Conventions
     empowering, and supporting staff .                                           Take an in-depth look at the role and responsibilities of a meeting planner
     MGMT 25               $334 .00    Online, starts monthly                     as related to their involvement in trade show management . In addition, this
                                                                                  course will acquaint you with the management principles and practices
                                                                                  involved in organizing, promoting and selling a trade show .
                                                                                  HOSP 29                $268 .00   Online, starts Sep 7
HEALTH




MEntAL HEALtH                                                                                                                                        31


Children’s Mental Health Certificate – OnLinE                                  new!



Is This for You? This online certificate is designed for busy profes-   Certificate Highlights: Gain the relevant knowledge and skills to
sionals and parents who are currently working with infant, child and    effectively work with infants, children or adolescents with complicated
adolescent populations with potential mental health challenges .        psychiatric disorders . These interactive online courses will focus on the
Professionals who may benefit from this certificate include: Early      developmental process, understanding psychiatric disorders and associ-
Childhood Educators, Educational Assistants, Fitness Health Promotion   ated behaviors, risk factors and triggers, the identification of behaviors
Professionals, Occupational Therapy Assistants and Physiotherapist      and symptoms, family relationships, and intervention and prevention
Assistants, Personal Support Workers, Registered Practical Nurses and   strategies .
Registered Nurses .
Courses may be taken individually .


 Core Courses
 HLTH 279        Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child &
                 Adolescent Population 3
 HLTH 280        Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss – Children’s
                 Mental Health Focus 3
                 Risk Factors of Common Psychiatric Disorders in the
                 Infant, Child and Adolescent Population
                 Family Relationships and their Impact on Psychiatric
                 Disorders
                 Prevention and Intervention Strategies – Children’s
                 Mental Health Focus

3 offered this fall
     Working with Dementia Clients Certificate – OnLinE
     Multidiscipline Certificate                                                    All courses in this program are offered online except the field placement .
                                                                                    The course work must be completed prior to the placement .
     Is This for You? This certificate is tailored to professionals with certifi-
     cates in the health or social service field such as Nurses, Social Service
     Workers, Health Care Aides and Personal Support Workers, and family             ONLINE
     support workers to increase employment opportunities into fields that
     include Dementia patients .                                                     Core Courses
                                                                                     HLTH 236             Healthy Adult Aging 3
     Certificate Highlights: The number of Canadians living with Dementia
     is expected to more than double within a generation, increasing the             HLTH 237             Exploring Dementia Care 3
     need for qualified care givers . This certificate will provide you with the     HLTH 238             Treatment Options in Dementia Care
     skills to provide meaningful experiences and interactions when working
     with clients and families impacted by dementia . Build on your skills and       HLTH 239             Creating a Dementia Care Skill Kit 3
     develop new competencies that will promote the highest quality of life          HLTH 240             Empowerment in Dementia Care
     possible for the dementia client and their families .
                                                                                     HLTH 241             Enhancing Communication and Interpersonal Skills
     Career Prospects                                                                                     in Dementia Care 3
     	     L
         •		 ong-term	care	facilities                                                NRSG 39              Field Placement
     	     P
         •		 alliative	care	facilities                                                                    Working with Dementia Clients (60 hours) to be
     	   •		 etirement	residences
           R                                                                                              arranged by calling1-888-269 6929 ext . 2232
     	     P
         •		 rivate	and	social	service	case	work
                                                                                    3 offered this fall
     	     R
         •		 ehabilitation	facilities




     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books.             Exploring Dementia Care
     Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in
     upcoming semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more                  This course will focus on the philosophy of care, specifically holistic care
                                                                                    within a medical model, including diagnosis, appropriate physical and
     information.
                                                                                    emotional environments, effects of dementia on the client and caregiver,
32   Abnormal Psychology
                                                                                    research, and the importance of ongoing education for caregivers .
                                                                                    HLTH 237                $228 .40    Online, starts Sep 7
     Study the signs and symptoms of the major mental illnesses, including
     bipolar disorder, major depression, schizophrenia, and personality             Healthy Adult Aging
     disorders . Additionally, there are discussions about eating and sleeping
                                                                                    Examine the normal physiological, psychological, social and spiritual
     disorders, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder . An introductory
                                                                                    changes affecting aging adults using the Holistic Approach to wellness .
     course or experience in basic psychology concepts is helpful, but not
                                                                                    Normal physiological and anatomical changes, the dysfunctional effects
     required .
                                                                                    of common health problems and cognitive decline will be examined .
     SOCI 108              $367 .00     Online, starts monthly                      Additional topics include spirituality, changing requirements for physical
                                                                                    activity, and health promotion measures . Learn common medical termi-
     Cognitive Development, trauma and Loss – Children’s                            nology and charting techniques related to aging clients .
     Mental Health Focus                                                            HLTH 236                $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     Learners will determine the effects of trauma on cognitive development
     of infants, children and adolescents . Students will also identify those       introduction to Mental Health Practice
     children with trauma histories in order to limit the potential triggers        Designed for anyone working with adults experiencing a major mental
     within the therapeutic environment . The theories of loss and grief,           illness, this course provides a basic understanding of psychiatric
     as these relate to the infant, child and adolescent population will be         diagnoses and treatments as well as related mental health issues and
     explored throughout the course .                                               current mental health legislation . Course includes mandatory live chats .
     HLTH 280              $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7                        HLTH 221                367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7

     Creating a Dementia Care Skill kit                                             introduction to Psychology
     This course allows you to explore a variety of dementia care skills            To understand ourselves and interact appropriately with others, we must
     including creating meaningful programs and activities, therapeutic care-       first understand the basis for behaviour . Psychology provides us with
     giving strategies, needs communication messaging models (NCM), life            an understanding of why people think and act as they do . Examine the
     stories, and compassionate communication . Pre-requisite: HLTH 237 .           scientific process of research, the human brain and nervous system,
     HLTH 239              $228 .40     Online, starts Sep 7                        sensation and perception, learning, memory and personality .
                                                                                    SOCI 72                 $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
     Enhancing Communication and interpersonal Skills in
     Dementia Care                                                                  Psychiatric Disorders Common to the infant,
     This course will focus on bringing the person back to personal                 Child & Adolescent Population
     care . Learn to develop specialized non-verbal communication tech-             To understand complicated mental health disorders common to infant,
     niques, facilitate enhancement of workplace interpersonal skills and           child and adolescents, students will review a variety of abnormal
     bridge communications between professional and family caregivers .             cognitive and behavioural disorders . This course will emphasize an
     Pre-requisite: HLTH 237 .                                                      understanding of the behaviours and the daily effects and challenges on
     HLTH 241              $228 .40     Online, starts Sep 7                        the mental health of the infant, child, and adolescent population .
                                                                                    HLTH 279                $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
HEALtH RELAtED CERtiFiCAtiOnS
CPR – basic Rescuer (Level C)                                                First Aid/CPR (Level C)
Successful participants will learn to perform adult, child and infant        This is a compressed 16 hour combination courses offering both first
CPR and choking . The Standard First Aid certification includes a Lay        aid and CPR HCP level .
Rescuer, CPR-C certification . (*10 hrs)                                     HLTH 104            $131 .45 (Textbook cost approx . $20 .00 to be
HLTH 57               $84 .00 (textbook cost approx . $16 .00)                                   purchased in Fleming Bookstore)
Haliburton          Fri – Sat, Nov . 16 – 17   8:30am – 4:30pm               Ptbo (Sutherland) Sep 15 – 16                8:30am – 5:30pm
                                                                                               Sep 22 – 23                8:30am – 5:30pm
CPR (Level C) Recertification                                                                  Sep 29 – 30                8:30am – 5:30pm
The Lifesaving Society of Canada recommends retraining for CPR every                           Oct 6 – 7                  8:30am – 5:30pm
12 months to keep skills at an optimum level . This course provides
a basic skills overview prior to evaluation of candidate skills and                            Oct 13 – 14                8:30am – 5:30pm
knowledge . HCP certifications are covered in this course . NOTE: Due                          Oct 20 – 21                8:30am – 5:30pm
to the strenuous nature of the practice sessions, you should be in good
health and dress comfortably .                                               Applied Suicide intervention Skills training (A .S .i .S .t)
HLTH 80             $126 .21 (textbook cost approx . $16 .00 to be           A .S .I .S .T . provides practical help for caregivers seeking to prevent the
                    purchased in Fleming Bookstore)                          immediate risk of suicide with an emphasis on helping a person at risk
                                                                             stay safe and seek further help . Learn how to recognize opportuni-
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sep 8                      9:00am – 3:00pm
                                                                             ties for help, reach out and offer support, estimate the risk of suicide,
                  Sep 15                     9:00am – 3:00pm                 apply a model for suicide intervention, and link people with community
                                                                             resources . The interactive program includes teaching, discussion,
First Aid – Standard                                                         videos and skills practice .
This 16-hour course teaches basic first aid skills and procedures            SOCI 101 (15 hrs) $136 .23 (includes supplies)
that can be applied without special equipment and in the absence of
medical help or supervision to preserve life, minimize the effects of        Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat – Sun, Oct 27 – 28   8:30am – 4:30pm
injury and promote recovery . Includes CPR-C
                                                                             non-Violent Crisis intervention (CPi)
HLTH 81               $131 .45 (textbook cost approx . $20 .00)
                                                                             Without the necessary skills to deal with crisis situations, staff lack confi-
Haliburton          Fri – Sat, Nov . 16 – 17   8:30am – 4:30pm               dence, morale and overall quality of client service . Learn how to handle
                                                                             assaultive, disruptive, and out-of-control behavior through a combina-
First Aid – Standard Recertification                                         tion of verbal, non-verbal and physical intervention skills to enable you
The Lifesaving Society of Canada recommends retraining for First Aid         to control crisis situations even during the most violent moments .
every 2 years to keep skills at an optimum level . WSIB recommend a          SOCI 100            $114 .04 (Includes supplies)
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full training course every second recertification . This course provides
a basic skills overview prior to evaluation of candidate skills and          Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat – Sun, Sep 15 – 16     8:30am – 4:30pm
knowledge . This certification includes Lay Rescuer CPR-C .                                    Sat – Sun, Nov 24 – 25     8:30am – 4:30pm
HLTH 82               $91 .85 (textbook cost approx . $16 .00)               Lindsay (Frost)   Sat – Sun, Oct 20 – 21     8:30am – 4:30pm
Haliburton          Fri – Sat, Nov . 16 – 17   8:30am – 4:30pm


ACtiVAtiOn
Activation techniques                                                        introduction to Activation
Exchange program ideas and resources with others in the field of             Examine the role/function of the Activity Worker or Activationist in
Activation . Prepared scenarios provide opportunity to identify the need     community settings and long-term care facilities . Explore resources
for and create therapeutic activities, promote interaction, apply appro-     available to help the Activationist enrich the lives of seniors . Participants
priate leadership skills, and use seniors as co-leaders .                    must have a certificate in health or human studies .
SOCI 174              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7                       SOCI 170               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
Gerontology                                                                  Recreation inclusion
Gain an overview of the normal aging processes including the physical,       Gain an understanding of inclusion and its application to the design and
cognitive, sensory, communication and psychological needs of older           delivery of recreation programs and services . Emphasis will be placed
adults . Common pathological problems along with specialized needs in        on understanding existing barriers and facilitating barrier-free participa-
aging are highlighted . Emphasis is placed on developmental disabilities     tion and inclusion in community recreation .
and Alzheimer’s disease . Knowledge of community resources and
                                                                             RECR 108               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
understanding the role of the service provider in promoting health and
well being among older adults are discussed .
                                                                             therapeutic Recreation 1
SOCI 172              $307 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                             Therapeutic recreation delivery in a hospital, rehabilitative, residential
                                                                             or community setting are explored . The course will include models of
Healthy Adult Aging
                                                                             service, the history and development of the profession, and the nature
Examine the normal physiological, psychological, social and spiritual        of therapeutic recreation service . Develop the skills necessary to select
changes affecting aging adults using the Holistic Approach to wellness .     and plan appropriate and effective recreational activities for individuals
Normal physiological and anatomical changes, the dysfunctional effects       with a variety of disabilities . Therapeutic Recreation 2 also available .
of common health problems and cognitive decline will be examined .
                                                                             HLTH 248               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
Additional topics include spirituality, changing requirements for physical
activity, and health promotion measures . Learn common medical termi-
nology and charting techniques related to aging clients .
HLTH 236              $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     nURSinG

                                                                                 CUStOMizED WORkSHOPS AnD SEMinARS
     Personal Support Worker
                                                                                 FOR COntRACt tRAininG
     bridging to Practical nursing                                               Fleming College can design and deliver customized courses specific
     Take the next step! Here is an opportunity for PSWs to move directly into   to your employee learning needs to be delivered on-site at your
     the second semester of our full-time Practical Nursing program at the       facility . Below is a sample of courses we can provide:
     Peterborough campus .
                                                                                 	    •		V	therapy	and	Venipuncture	Refresher	Skills	course	(12	
                                                                                        I
     How to Qualify                                                                     hours)
     You will need:                                                              	      V
                                                                                      •		 enipuncture	Workshop	(12	hours)
         – Your PSW Certificate                                                  	      N
                                                                                      •		 on-Violent	Crisis	Intervention	(CPI™)
         – Your transcript from your PSW Program
                                                                                 	    •		 SIST	(Livingworks™)	(15	hours)
                                                                                        A
         – A completed application – you can download it at
           www .flemingc .on .ca/PDF/                                            	      A
                                                                                      •		 ssisting	with	Medication	Administration
           Continuing-Education-PSW-Bridge-Application .pdf                      	      M
                                                                                      •		 anual	Transfer	and	Lift	Refresher
                                                                                 	    •		 rofessional	Practice	&	Mental	Health	Focus
                                                                                        P
     Your application will be reviewed to determine which of the following
     in-class courses you will be required to complete on a part-time basis .    	      C
                                                                                      •		 ommunicating	by	Heart	(4	to	6	hrs)
     	     B
         •		 ridged Anatomy & Physiology I (NRSG 182)                            	      C
                                                                                      •		 aring	in	the	Community	
           Thu, Sep 6 – Dec 13 – 6:30 – 9:30pm, Ptbo (Sutherland)
                                                                                               For health related contract training needs,
     	     A
         •		 natomy and Physiology I (SCIE 2)                                                contact Linda Poirier 705-749-5530 ext 1436 .
           Winter & Spring Semesters
     	   •	Transitional Concepts for PSW Bridging (NRSG 183)
           Wed, Sep 5 – Dec 12 – 6:30pm – 9:30pm Ptbo (Sutherland),
           Spring Semester
                                                                                 tHE nURSinG EDUCAtiOn initiAtiVE
                                                                                 you may qualify for up to $1,500/year tuition reimbursement .
     	   •	Communication (COMM 79)
34         Tue, Sep 4 – Dec 11, 5:00 – 8:00pm, Ptbo (Sutherland)
           Accuplacer Testing can be completed before registering for this       What is it?
           course to determine exemption                                         The Nursing Education Initiative is a program funded by the Ontario
     	   •	Introduction to Computers (COMP 345)                                  Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care, created to provide funding
           Winter Semester . Accuplacer Testing can be completed before          to nurses who have taken or are taking courses to increase their
           registering for this course to determine exemption                    knowledge and professional skills to enhance the quality of care and
                                                                                 services provided within Ontario . Applications must be submitted
     	   •	Field Preparation for Bridging Students (NRSG 193)
           Thu – Sat, Apr 26 – 28, Thu/Fri 1:00 – 6:00pm,                        within 90 days of completion of the course .
           Sat 9:00am – 2:00pm, Ptbo (Sutherland)
                                                                                 What can you apply for?
     	   •	Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (SOCI 100)
           See page 33 for details and dates                                     Nursing education takes many forms . The course, conference
                                                                                 or workshop you choose to participate in must provide you with
     Once you have completed the courses you require, you are eligible
     for consideration for Semester 2 of the Practical Nursing program in        education that will increase your knowledge and skills . Some
     January . We can accept up to 30 participants every January .               examples of programs that may be considered for tuition reimburse-
                                                                                 ment are:
                           For more information on the                           	      N
                                                                                      •		 urses	who	have	not	yet	received	$1,500	from	the	fund
                      PSW Bridge to Practical Nursing Program                    	      N
                                                                                      •		 urses	working	in	priority	clinical	areas
                           or to register, please contact:
                                                                                 	      N
                                                                                      •		 urses	taking	clinical/specialty	education
                   Dorothy Hopkins at 888-269-6929 ext . 2232                    	      E
                                                                                      •		 ducation	taken	at	a	college/university	level
                        or email dhopkins@flemingc .on .ca
                                                                                                           For more information:
                                                                                           Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO)
                                                                                                   1-866-464-4405 www .RNAO .org
     Financial Aid
     For information about Part-time Canada Student Loans, contact Donna                  Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario
     Hayes at 705-749-5530 ext . 1638 for more information .                              1-877-602-4664, Ext 234 or 230 www .RPNAO .org
                                                                                 Note:	The	Nursing	Education	Initiate	is	a	discretionary	program	funded	by	
                                                                                 the	Ontario	Ministry	of	Health	&	Long-Term	Care.	Applications	are	approved	
                                                                                 based	on	the	pre-established	criteria	set	by	the	Government	of	Ontario	and	
                                                                                 the program may not reimburse all claims made. The maximum amount of
                                                                                 funding available in one year is $1,500 per selected nurse. The administering
                                                                                 associations assume no liability for ineligible claims.
Perioperative nursing Certificate – in-CLASS
for Rns & RPns

Is This for You? Adding another specialization to your resume can open
                                                                                Core Courses
the doors to more employment opportunities and greater challenges .
The certificate is intended to prepare RNs and RPNs to function effec-          NRSG 64              Introduction to Perioperative Nursing 3
tively in the operating room or perioperative setting as part of the team .
                                                                                NRSG 47              Development of Perioperative Nursing Techniques
Recent RN grad students will require certification to participate in the
Clinical placement courses .                                                    NRSG 106             Specialized Nursing Skills for Caring for the
                                                                                                     Perioperative Patient
Certificate Highlights: As an RN or RPN with a current Certificate
                                                                                NRSG 187             Perioperative Clinical Placement 1
of Competence, you will gain specialized training the pre, post, and
intra-operative phase of the surgical process . The certificate includes        NRSG 188             Perioperative Clinical Placement 2
extensive lab practice and clinical field experience as well as evidenced
based theory .                                                                 3 offered this fall

Career Prospects: Graduates are employed as perioperative nurses in
surgical settings including teaching hospitals, community hospitals, and
clinics such as ambulatory and plastic surgery clinics .


The certificate has been designed in accordance with the Standards of Practice of the College of Nurses of Ontario, and in alignment with the
guidelines and Standards of Practice of the Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada (ORNAC) .




Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.
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      Space is potentially available in the Anatomy & Physiology I             Pathophysiology 1 for RPn
                  online course for the fall semester .                        The underlying concepts of homeostasis, cellular changes, inflam-
          Contact Linda Poirier at 705-749-5530, ext 1436 .                    mation, infection, healing and abnormal immune responses will be
                                                                               examined . The basic concepts of fluid – electrolyte and acid – base
                                                                               balance will be analyzed and how imbalances can promote disorder in
                                                                               the body . Pre-requisite: Anatomy & Physiology2 Level 2 NRSG186 also
Arrhythmia interpretation                                                      available online .)
Review cardiac mechanical anatomy and electrical structures . Using a          NRSG 185               $382 .20    Online, starts monthly
systematic approach, learn to recognize and interpret cardiac arrhyth-
mias, understand their causes, clinical manifestations and manage-             Pharmacology theory Review for nurses
ment . Participants must currently work as a health care professional .        Review and update the skills and knowledge of the RN/RPN in the area
NRSG 174              $268 .00     Online, starts Sep 7                        of pharmacology and medication administration . Emphasis is placed on
                                                                               the knowledge of drug groups, both traditional and non-traditional such
introduction to Perioperative nursing                                          as natural herbs, in terms of actions, uses, adverse reactions, special
This course introduces the nurse to the fundamental principles and             considerations, and application of the nursing process . Prerequisite:
practices of perioperative nursing . The various professional roles and        Current RN or RPN registration . NOTE: RPNs must have a Medication
accountabilities of the health care team in the OR will be explored            Admin Certificate or have taken the material in their basic training .
including those of the scrub and circulating nurse . The design and            NRSG 157               $307 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
management of the O .R, safety, infection control, and the application
of aseptic technique will be studied . You will learn to scrub, gown,          Venipuncture and iV therapy
glove, and mask using strict aseptic technique . Lab practice in draping       Examine the current principles and practice of safe venipuncture
and skin preparation will be conducted . You will be introduced to the         procedures and IV insertion and management . Professional standards,
selection and use of surgical instruments, supplies, and equipment             equipment, and documentation related to vascular access will be
used in the surgical suite to provide safe care to surgical patients . Class   explored . Simulated lab experience will provide an opportunity to
schedule may vary as some Saturday labs may be required .                      develop or enhance skills .
NRSG 64            $396 .00                                                    NRSG 118            $82 .98
Ptbo (Sutherland) Mon/Wed, Sep 24 – Dec 3 6:30 – 9:30pm                        Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Oct 4 – 25                6:30 – 9:30pm
     GEnERAL HEALtH CARE


     Hospital nursing Unit Secretary Certificate – OnLinE OR in-CLASS
     Is This for You? You will be an important part of the care team and              Career Prospects
     often will be the first one with whom patients or their families interact,       	     H
                                                                                          •		 ospital	ward	clerk
     so excellent and communication skills are essential . Physicians, nurses
     and support staff will rely on your administrative savvy for support . This      	     O
                                                                                          •		 ffice	support,	long	term	care	facility
     can be a fast paced environment, where multi-tasking is a fundamental            	     S
                                                                                          •		 urgical	unit	clerical	support	staff
     job component .                                                                  	     P
                                                                                          •		 rivate	clinic	office	staff

     Certificate Highlights: Join a fast-paced working environment where              Courses may also be taken individually to boost your resumé .
     you will use your interpersonal skills of working comfortably with busy          Basic computer skills are expected of all participants whether or not you
     professionals and the interesting variety of clients that frequent medical       are taking online courses .
     facilities . Add to your people and organizational skills with a solid
     foundational knowledge in medical terminology and procedures, office
     skills and communication . A field placement will round out your training .

      IN-CLASS                                                              ONLINE
      LANG 63        Comprehending Medical Terminology 3                    HLTH 56         Medical Terminology 3
      HLTH 209       Comprehending Diagnostic Tests 3                       HLTH 58         Understanding Medical Tests 3
      HLTH 210       Hospital Unit Administration and Technology            HLTH 151        Essentials in Health Record Management 3
                                                                            and             and
                                                                            HLTH 278        Working with Doctors’ Orders (in-class, mandatory)
      HLTH 211       Common Medical and Surgical Procedures                 HLTH 146        Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical Office Staff 3
                                                                            and             and
                                                                            HLTH 109        Medical Conditions for Medical Office Professionals 3
      COMM 145 Professional Communication in a Medical Setting              HLTH 126        Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting 3
      HLTH 212       Pharmacology for Allied Health Professionals           SCIE 21         Introduction to Pharmacology 3
36    SOCI 187       Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention           SOCI 187        Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention 3
      FLPL 134       Clinical Placement for Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary (40 hours, 5 days) for all participants .
     3 offered this fall


     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.


     behaviour Management & Crisis intervention                                       Essentials in Health Records Management
     In this interactive course, participants will practice effective strategies      Gain an understanding of the hospital and medical staff organization,
     and techniques for the management of conflict and for communication              patient record content, procedures in filing, numbering and retention of
     in stressful situations . Best practices in care-giving situations will be       patient records, qualitative analysis, release of information, forms control
     studied along with the impact of personal values, institutional settings,        and design, indexes and registers, reimbursements, regulatory and
     and other factors on dysfunctional behaviour . Self-care and self-evalua-        accrediting agencies, and alternate health care delivery systems .
     tion of the care-giver will also be emphasized .                                 HLTH 151               $307 .60      Online, starts Sep 7
     SOCI 7                $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                      Human Growth and Development
     Comprehending Diagnostic tests                                                   Gain a basic understanding of the normal patterns of growth and
     Using a body systems approach, this course is designed to help hospital          development at various stages within the life cycle, from infancy to old
     and medical office staff to understand using common diagnostic                   age . Selected theories of development will be examined to enhance
     tests conducted in the hospital or medical setting . It introduces you           understanding of this field of study .
     to common pathologies and the related tests utilized to determine                SOCI 155               $367 .00      Online, starts Sep 7
     patient conditions . Pre-requisite: Comprehending Medical Terminology
     LANG63 .                                                                         introduction to Pharmacology
     HLTH 209           $198 .00                                                      This course will provide an introductory examination of pharmacology
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Oct 17 – Dec 19          6:30pm – 9:30 pm                 and expand your knowledge base of a variety of drugs and interactions .
                                                                                      You will examine drug legislation, pharmacological actions and come to
     Comprehending Medical terminology                                                understand the responsibility of dispensing medications . This is not an
     This course helps you to acquire medical terminology and comprehen-              applied medications course . The Medical Terminology course is strongly
     sion of the structure, function, and pathology of the human body using           recommended as a precursor to this course .
     a systems approach . You will gain proficiency in reading, writing, and          SCIE 21                $367 .00      Online, starts Sep 7
     speaking the medical language used in hospital and medical settings .
     LANG 63             $297 .00
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 13 – Dec 20          6:30 – 9:30pm
Medical Office Support Staff Certificate – OnLinE OR in-CLASS
Is This for You? As Medical Office Support Staff, your organizational            Career Prospects
skills and attention to detail will be in high demand . Your position
                                                                                 	       M
                                                                                       •		 edical	office	support	staff
will require administrative multi-tasking and interaction with different
members of the medical community . You will also require outstanding             	       S
                                                                                       •		 hared	clinic	/	medical	centre	reception
customer service skills, even in the face of stressful situations .
                                                                                 	       S
                                                                                       •		 easonal	support	
Certificate Highlights: This certificate can open doors into specialized
                                                                                 	       D
                                                                                       •		 ata	entry,	medical	facilities
environments . Your organizational, interpersonal and communication
skills and your team player attitude will be great assets in a busy office       	       O
                                                                                       •		 ffice	support,	laboratories
where you interact with both professionals as well as a variety of clients .
                                                                                 	       O
                                                                                       •		 ffice	support,	long	term	care	facilities
Basic computer skills are expected of all participants . Online partici-
pants are also required to have Internet skills (managing files and
folders, keyboarding, email and Internet searches .)

 IN-CLASS                                                                      ONLINE
 HLTH 209       Comprehending Diagnostic Tests 3                               HLTH 58             Understanding Medical Tests 3
 LANG 63        Comprehending Medical Terminology 3                            HLTH 56             Medical Terminology 3
 HLTH 235       OHIP Billing                                                   HLTH 152            Medical OHIP Billing 3
 HLTH 214       Health Record Management                                       HLTH 151            Essentials in Health Record Management 3
 COMM 145       Professional Communication in a Medical Setting                HLTH 126            Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting 3
 SOCI07         Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention                   SCIE 21             Behaviour Management and Crisis Intervention 3
 HLTH 213       Medical Office Administration & Technology                     BUSN 57             Medical Office Procedures 3
 HLTH 53        Transcription (course offered at Fleming College, Peterborough, in-class only)

3 offered this fall
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                                                                                     keep building your resumé!
                                                                                     The Medical Office Support Staff and the Hospital Nursing Unit
                                                                                     Secretary certificates share some of the same core courses . Having
                                                                                     completed one certificate, you can achieve dual certification by also
Medical Conditions for Medical Office Professionals                                  completing the specializations required of the other .
Common diseases and disorders of each body system are presented
along with a review of the anatomy and physiology pertinent to the
content . Additionally, the effects of aging on the system and the relation-
ship of aging to disease are presented .                                         Understanding Medical tests for Medical Office Staff
HLTH 109              $307 .60     Online, starts Sep 7                          Knowledge in the area of medical testing will help you educate the
                                                                                 patient in relation to the description and purpose of the test, prepara-
Medical Office Procedures                                                        tion of the patient before the test, with care during and after the test,
Study the administrative and clerical functions including patient                and expected results . Risks, complications, and special concerns are
reception, scheduling appointments appropriate to patient needs,                 covered . Recommended: Medical Terminology
telephone procedures, medical records management and charting of
                                                                                 HLTH 58                 $307 .60     Online, starts Sep 7
progress notes, verbal and nonverbal communications with patients,
computerization and the medical office, financial records, personal              Understanding Surgical Procedures
conduct, medical ethics and law . The Canada Health Act will be intro-
duced as well as OHIP and the principles of OHIP medical billing .               for Medical Office Staff
BUSN 57               $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7                          Review a wide variety of surgical procedures that commonly occur in
                                                                                 the hospital setting . This course is open to people currently employed in
Medical OHiP billing                                                             Health related areas or who hope to do so in the future . Recommended
                                                                                 prior learning: Medical Terminology
This course is designed to provide the student with the basic principles
of efficient Health Claim Billing in Ontario . You will learn how to use the     HLTH 146                $307 .60     Online, starts Sep 7
Schedule of Benefits and Preambles of the Ministry of Health, as well as be
introduced to computerized billing . Pre-requisite: Medical Terminology .        Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting
HLTH 152              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7                          Learn theory and techniques for successful verbal and non-verbal
                                                                                 communication and effective work skills, including communication
Medical terminology                                                              systems, ethical behaviour, confidentiality, stress and time management,
                                                                                 hospital organization, human relations .
Develop the language required to communicate effectively in a medical
setting . Medical terminology, word structure as well as diagnostic proce-       HLTH 126                $307 .60     Online, starts Sep 7
dures and pharmacology related to twelve body systems will be studied .
HLTH 56               $347 .20     Online, starts monthly
     HuMAN AND COMMuNITY sErVICEs




38   COMMUnity AnD SOCiAL SERViCES
     Abuse & Family Violence                                                       introduction to Sociology
     Examine the complex factors and conditions that contribute to various         Study the concept of people’s relationship to society as a whole and
     forms of abusive situations within the family . Violence within partner       the effect of society on them . The concepts, theories and methods of
     relationships and the resulting impact on the child will be addressed .       sociology will be introduced and discussed with particular emphasis on
     Explore the professional roles with respect to prevention and interven-       the dynamics of Canadian society and Canadian social problems .
     tion, current community response initiatives, methods of helping              SOCI 79               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
     individuals develop conflict resolution skills for replacing dysfunctional
     patterns .                                                                    Principles of Ethical Reasoning
     SOCI 87               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7                        Focus on ethical issues faced by the individual as a person and more
                                                                                   particularly as a professional in a position of authority . It will help you
     Accessibility Legislation and Application                                     clarify your values and establish a framework for ethical decision making
     Study the fundamental concepts of accessibility with specific reference       based on the importance of a moral philosophy . Designed for Fleming’s
     to legislation in Ontario . The implications and requirements of the          Police Foundations program, this course is relevant to anyone working
     Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontarians    with the public .
     with Disabilities Act are explored . Topics include the various barriers      SOCI 50               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     that prevent accessibility, financial considerations towards full inclusion
     as well as real life scenarios which illustrate compliance . Explore the
     differing accessibility needs of organizations and apply the accessibility
     standards to these settings .
     LAWS 257              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                    Stories & Shadows in Expressive Arts Workshop
                                                                                    Please note: This workshop is best suited to those in social helping
     Community and Social Services                                                  professions	and/or	Expressive	Arts	practitioners.
     Explore the structure and administration of community organizations            This is a rare opportunity to explore simple shadow puppetry
     and social services that operate within and adjacent to the criminal           combined with story and music in an expressive arts context . Learn
     justice system . The issues, trends, and legislations that impact on           how to construct a portable shadow puppet theatre as well as design
     Community Social Services will be examined . The major focus of this           and create shadow puppets and backdrops . You will practice both
     course is on a 40-hour hands-on study of these processes within your           improvised and prepared stories . The day will culminate in your
     own community .                                                                presentation of a short story using your puppets accompanied by
     COUN 54               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                         music . There will be discussion around the applications of these
                                                                                    ancient and powerful modalities in social and expressive arts work . A
                                                                                    $15 material fee is payable to the instructor .
                                                                                    ARTS 1776 $102 .18
                                                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 29                    9:00am – 5:00pm
EDUCAtiOn

teacher / trainer of Adults Certificate- OnLinE
Is This for You? Develop or boost your role as teaching and training
practitioner with the courses in this certificate .
                                                                                  ONLINE
Certificate Highlights: This online certificate is designed to provide            Core Courses
essential and practical skills in teaching and training adults . These skills     SOCI 109         Adult Learning 3
can be used in both virtual and in-class teaching scenarios .                     EDUC 69          Curriculum Development 3
Program requirements: basic Windows computer and Internet skills                  EDUC 107         Instructional Technology in Adult Education 3
(managing files and folders, keyboarding, email and Internet searches) .          EDUC 71          Instructional Techniques 3
                                                                                  SOCI 106         Assessment and Evaluation 3
Career Prospects: Graduate of this certificate can expect greater
                                                                                  EDUC 99          Managing a Diverse Learning Environment 3
successes as:
                                                                                  FLPL 132         Practicum: Micro Teaching Clinic and Portfolio Review
	     T
    •		 eaching	assistant
                                                                                                   Note: This is not an online course .
	     A
    •		 	teacher	of	continuing	education	subjects	(resume	builder)
	   •		 rivate	tutor
      P                                                                          3 offered this fall

	     W
    •		 orking	in	developmental	services
	     C
    •		 urriculum	development



Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

Adult Learning                                                                   instructional technology in Adult Education
Learn how to apply the principles of adult learning and to develop basic         This course is intended to equip teachers of adults with strategies for
skills essential to successful instruction . This is specifically designed for   successful use of technology in the in-class and virtual classroom .
teachers and trainers in all fields who present information to adults .          The course will examine curriculum design, teaching techniques, and
                                                                                 assessment when instructional technology is employed .
SOCI 109               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly                                                                                                     39
                                                                                 EDUC 107              $268 .00   Online, starts Sep 7
Assessment and Evaluation
Gain an overview of the processes involved in assessment and evalu-              Leisure Education
ation . A variety of types of evaluation will be used to understand and          Learn the foundations of leisure education, including how to promote
meet the needs of learners and stakeholders . You will be encouraged to          the values and benefits of leisure as an important life skill, assist in
evaluate your own practice as a teacher or trainer in your environment .         overcoming barriers to participation and examine various strategies and
Pre-requisite: Adult Learning SOCI109 .                                          models for assisting individuals and groups in finding ways to improve
SOCI 106               $347 .20    Online, starts monthly                        quality of life through leisure .
                                                                                 RECR 109              $347 .20   Online, starts Sep 7
Curriculum Development
Learn how to develop a systematic approach to curriculum development             Managing Diverse Learning Environments
based on a training/education model . Topics include needs assessment,           Discover cross-cultural differences in adult learning styles, preferences
learning outcomes, course outlines, lesson plans with an introduction            and educational expectations and compare those to learning in a
to choosing instructional techniques, developing a marking system,               Canadian learning environment . Recognize how diversity impacts the
integration of planning, learning styles, instructional techniques and           learning experience and learn to manage and plan for the complexities
course assessment/evaluation methodologies . Pre-requisite: Adult                of such a learning environment .
Learning SOCI109 .                                                               EDUC 99               $307 .60   Online, starts Sep 7
EDUC 69                $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
                                                                                 Practicum: Micro teaching Clinic and Portfolio Review
Educational & Recreational Programming                                           Engage in a capstone project to apply and analyze your approach to
This course focuses on the methodology of teaching/training techniques           adult learning . Under the guidance of a faculty sponsor, you will prepare
and program planning to the developmentally challenged population .              a learning experience designed to address identified learning goals . You
Learn how to create a client educational profile, develop a training             will be asked to implement the learning experience and conduct an
program, select appropriate recreational activities, and plan and                analysis of the outcomes with recommendations for future modifications
implement recreational programs .                                                to the experience . Note: Design and development of learning Portfolio
SOCI 16                $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                          will be built into all courses as a component of assessment .
                                                                                 FLPL 132 (45 hrs)     $297 .00
instructional techniques
Gain an understanding of techniques such as lecture, group discussion,
demonstration, icebreakers, case study, brainstorming, debate, fishbowl,
collage, role-play, panel discussions, skits, co- operative learning,
problem based learning and action learning . Classroom management
issues and the use of media and resources are also addressed . You
need a microphone for some assignments . Pre-requisite: Adult Learning
SOCI109 .
EDUC 71                $347 .20    Online, starts monthly
     nOt-FOR-PROFit AnD FUnDRAiSinG
     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.


     Donor Relationships in Fundraising                                                  introduction to Fundraising
     The funding relationship between the charitable sector, corporations                Gain an overview of the principles, ethics, and practices of professional
     and individual donors is integral to fundraising . Learn the needs and              fundraising and a systemic examination of the thought and preparation
     motivations of donors (corporations or individuals) and the key to                  required before an organization can engage in successful fundraising .
     sustaining long-term partnerships with the non-profit sector . Identify,            Examine the evolution of fundraising in North America, the role of
     analyze and rate potential prospects and prepare a solicitation approach            the voluntary sector in today’s society and the changing nature of a
     accordingly .                                                                       fundraising professional’s role . You will also analyze the needs of an
     MGMT 167                $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7                           organization to determine the best fundraising approaches .
                                                                                         BUSN 128              $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     Fundraising as a Management Process
     Accountability and transparency are key in today’s society . Develop                Leadership & Communication
     realistic marketing, communication, and financial plans that reflect the            Learn the theory and application of effective communication skills for
     budgetary obligations of an organization, learn how to inspire general              leaders . A critical function of a leader is to represent your organization
     public interest, and establish trust in the brand of organization they              not only internally, but also to external audiences, such as the media,
     represent . Learn the importance and role of marketing, public relations,           other organizations, stakeholder groups, the public, and government .
     and financial management in the world of fundraising .                              This highly interactive course will improve skills in communicating
     MGMT 134                $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7                           messages plainly and concisely to both internal and external audiences .
                                                                                         MGMT 92               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     independent Project – Fundraising
     Apply the concepts learned in the Fundraising Management program                    Leadership in a team Environment
     through a series of reports . In collaboration with a non-profit organiza-          Examine the skills and abilities needed to lead a team-based organiza-
     tion, you will analyze existing fundraising practices and make recom-               tion . Understand the competencies, tools and techniques that focus
     mendations for enhancements . Acting as a member of a Board of                      on group dynamics rather than solely on individual performance . Learn
     Directors, you will provide ongoing feedback to colleagues and help                 how to mobilize participation, build consensus, and enable individuals
     to critique the final report . This course should be taken last in the              to maximize their team’s ability to achieve results .
     Fundraising Management Certificate .                                                BUSN 127              $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
40   MGMT 169                $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7




     not-for-Profit Leadership – OnLinE                                    new!


     Is This for You? This certificate offers a resume-enhancing advantage
                                                                                          ONLINE
     to a management career path for employees and volunteers who are
     already in the non-profit sector and to those thinking of entering it . To           Core courses
     managers it provides the latest leadership theories and skills for the
                                                                                          MGMT 114       Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational Frameworks 3
     non-profit industry . Only three courses are required to complete this
     certificate, making it feasible to achieve certification in a short time .           MGMT 115       Not for Profit Leadership II: Contemporary Issues and
                                                                                                         Practices 3
     Certificate Highlights: This leading edge certificate has been designed
                                                                                          Electives (choose one)
     specifically to enhance the talent, drive, and creativity of those involved
     in Canadian not-for-profit agencies . Managers, staff, volunteers, and               MGMT 131       Methods of Fundraising 3
     board members would all benefit from the array of curriculum offered in
                                                                                          MGMT 134       Fundraising as Management Process 3
     this certificate . Delivered on line, this certificate will allow you to interact
     with participants from across the nation as you learn best practices and             ORGB 12        Interpersonal and Group Dynamics 3 – see p . 45
     core elements of a successful charitable organization .
                                                                                          MGMT 21        Introduction to Project Management 3 – see p . 30
     Career Prospects: Successful participants can expect greater opportuni-              MGMT 30        Human Resource Management Principles 3 – see p . 19
     ties in:
     	      N
          •		 ot	for	Profit	or	charitable	agencies                                       3 offered this fall
     	      P
          •		 rofessional	fundraising	agencies
     	      V
          •		 olunteer	Positions
     	      S
          •		 pecial	events	management
     	      M
          •		 anaging	volunteers
     	      C
          •		 ampaign	strategies
Methods of Fundraising                                                      Strategic Management of Campaigns
Examine the organization of special events as a fundraising technique:      Learn how to develop a compelling case for support, attract the best
tasks and responsibilities, working with committees, creative develop-      leadership potential, develop donor prospects and prepare a plan of
ment, scheduling, budgeting, strategies for maximizing profits, corporate   action . Study management and financial strategies to effectively control
partnerships, and grant seeking .                                           the fundraising process of campaigns . Explore the practical implemen-
MGMT 131             $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                       tation of fundraising strategies required to manage information from a
                                                                            campaign such as processing gifts and dealing with information flow
Methods of Fundraising & Communication                                      and technology .
Examine the organization of special events as a fundraising technique:      MGMT 168              $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
tasks and responsibilities, working with committees, creative develop-
ment, scheduling, budgeting, strategies for maximizing profits, corporate
partnerships, and grant seeking .
MGMT 131             $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7

not for Profit Leadership i: Operational Frameworks
Through discussion and practical projects, gain an understanding of the
fundamental principles, issues and best practices for effective leader-
ship and management of a not-for-profit sector organization . The course                           Ready to Register?
provides context-specific knowledge and skills for current executives,
                                                                                                      See page 64 for details .
new or aspiring non-profit managers, members of boards or career
changers .
MGMT 114             $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7

not for Profit Leadership ii:
Contemporary issues and Practices
Current issues and emerging pressures will be analyzed and applied,
including sector trends and practices related to fund development,
policy development, risk management, emerging human resource                     You might also be interested in…
issues, ethics, law, marketing, project management and work life
balance . Pre-requisite: Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational                	    •	Interpersonal	and	Group	Dynamics,	page	45
Frameworks .                                                                     	    •	Introduction	to	Project	Management,	page	30
MGMT 115             $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                 	    •	Management/Leadership	Skills,	page	15                           41




Fundraising Management Certificate – OnLinE                                          new!



Is This for You? This certificate provides well-rounded training for
                                                                             ONLINE
entry level employees as well as managers in the not-for-profit sector .
Volunteers, including board members and those involved directly in           Core Courses
fundraising, will benefit from this training with an enhanced under-
                                                                             BUSN 128             Introduction to Fundraising 3
standing of the many strategies and processes . This certificate also
offers an excellent professional development opportunity for fundraising     MGMT 134             Fundraising as Management Process 3
professionals who are looking to update or refresh their skills .
                                                                             MGMT 131             Methods of Fundraising 3
Certificate Highlights: This comprehensive certificate provides the          MGMT 167             Donor Relationships in Fundraising 3
techniques and skills required by not-for-profit managers, employees
                                                                             MGMT 168             Strategic Management of Campaigns 3
and volunteers to implement a wide variety of fundraising strategies and
campaigns . The core courses provide training related to all aspects of      MGMT 169             Independent Project – Fundraising 3
successful fundraising, including recognizing opportunities, managing
                                                                             Electives (choose one)
events, communicating with volunteers, donors and the media, as well
as marketing and financial planning . The electives provide valuable         MGMT 21              Introduction to Project Management 3 – see p . 30
management and leadership skills specific to fundraising .
                                                                             MGMT 25              Management/Leadership Skills 3 – see p . 15
Career Prospects: You could find a satisfying position as an employee,       MGMT 92              Leadership & Communication 3
manager or board member in the areas of:
                                                                             BUSN 127             Leadership in a Team Environment 3
	     C
    •		 ommunity	agencies
                                                                             MGMT 114             Not for Profit Leadership 1 3
	     C
    •		 harities
	   •		nternational	development	agencies
      I                                                                     3 offered this fall
	     S
    •		 chool	foundations
	     I
    •		n-house	fundraising	committees
     LANGuAGEs, WrITING AND COMMuNICATIONs




42   FREnCH                                                                         SPAniSH
                                                                                    Three levels of Conversational Spanish courses will prepare you to
     French As A Second Language Certificate                                        communicate effectively with Spanish-speaking individuals in social
                                                                                    situations . Additional levels will be available in upcoming semesters .
     Boost your resume or keep up with your French Immersion kids . This
     series of courses provides you with increasing competency in both              Conversational Spanish – beginner
     written and oral language skills . Teaching methods will emphasize
     active participation, listening skills, role playing, as well as writing for   LANG 27             $138 .60
     retention .                                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 19 – Oct 31              6:30 – 9:30pm
     Start at the first level if you have had little or no prior experience and     Cobourg           Tue, Sep 18 – Oct 30              6:30 – 9:30pm
     proceed with the remaining levels . In order to obtain our Certificate
     for French as a Second Language, you must complete Levels 1 to 5 .             Spanish i
     Additional levels will be available in upcoming semesters . If you do          This series includes written Spanish starting at the beginner level .
     have some background or education in that language, please contact             Useful for those using Spanish for business or for comprehending
     us to discuss which of the more advanced levels will be appropriate for        Spanish language literature .
     you .                                                                          LANG 11            $297 .00
                                                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 12 – Dec 19              6:30 – 9:30pm
     French i                                                                       Haliburton        Wed, Sep 5 – Dec 12               6:30 – 9:30pm
     LANG 2              $297 .00
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Tue, Sep 11 – Dec 18            6:30 – 9:30pm
     Haliburton        Tue, Sep 4 – Dec 11             6:30 – 9:30pm
                                                                                    itALiAn
     French iii                                                                     Our fun and engaging series of Italian courses, is perfect for travelers,
     LANG 4             $297 .00                                                    scholars and those who occasionally encounter Italian-speaking indi-
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 12 – Dec 19            6:30 – 9:30pm                viduals in social and business situations . Fundamental courses include
                                                                                    conversational Italian as well as writing and reading skills . Start with
     French V                                                                       Italian I this fall and continue with Italian II in the winter and Italian III in
                                                                                    the spring .
     LANG 29             $297 .00
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 13 – Dec 20            6:30 – 9:30pm
                                                                                    italian i
                                                                                    LANG55              $198 .00
                                                                                    Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep 27 – Nov 29              6:30 – 9:30pm
WRITING                                                                         Creative Writing – Intermediate
                                                                                This follow-up course to Creative Writing ‘ Beginners (COMM 76) is also
Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books.              suitable for anyone who already has some writing and critiquing experi-
Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in        ence. You should have 2-3 story-length pieces (approx. 5-10 pages or
upcoming semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more                   slightly longer if novel segments) of your own writing to workshop and
information.                                                                    will be asked to read and critique the same number of submissions by
                                                                                fellow participants.
Business Report Writing                                                         COMM 101                   $268.00   Online, starts Sep 7
Learn how to structure written reports from memos to formal presenta-
tions in a way that is precise, clear and easy to read. This course is ideal
for anyone who finds the report writing demands of the job outstrip their
training. Master reports through a series of ten assignments ranging            Creative Writing Certificate
from simple memos to formal reports under the guidance of a profes-
sional writer.                                                                  – ONLINE New!
COMM 58                $386.80      Online, starts monthly
                                                                                Is This for You? Whether you are already an author or are just starting
Business Writing Strategies                                                     on the road to become one, this certificate offers a broad spectrum of
Develop practical writing skills using technology for successful commu-         useful skills. You will practice writing extensively and receive regular
nication in business. Learn how to compose business correspondence              constructive feedback that will let you improve on your style, grammar,
including emails, memoranda, letters, and reports with a focus on               organization and vision. The core courses will hone your core skills,
routine, persuasive, and negative messages. The course includes a               while the electives in this certificate will allow you to improve in specific
review of grammar and mechanics. PowerPoint will be used as part of             writing genres.
this course.
COMM 55                $386.80      Online, starts monthly                      Certificate Highlights: Pursue your passion for writing in a guided envi-
                                                                                ronment. The courses in this certificate have been designed to let you
Communications I                                                                acquire and fine-tune the elements of your craft, expand your writing
                                                                                style and publish your work. You will receive motivation, structure
Develop and practice the fundamentals of Standard English including
                                                                                and creative encouragement from experienced faculty as well as your
grammar, sentence structure, and the conventions of Standard English.
                                                                                online class mates. Understanding the business process of becoming a
You will practice paragraph and essay research, hone your organiza-
                                                                                published author will help you work with agents, editors and publishers
tion, planning and independent learning skills and develop e-learning
                                                                                in today’s popular media.
capabilities.
                                                                                                                                                                43
COMM 56                $367.00      Online, starts Sep 7                        Career Prospects

Creative Writing – Open Studio                                                  	      •		 hort	Story	Writing
                                                                                         S

Imagine spending a full week immersed in the story you have wanted              	      •		 nline	contributor
                                                                                         O
to tell, whether it’s new or a work-in-progress, fiction, creative non-         	      •		 ublishing
                                                                                         P
fiction or memoir. Guided instruction will help you access your unique          	        P
                                                                                       •		 roofreading	and	editing
creativity, and then all aspects of writing – good beginnings, character
                                                                                	        R
                                                                                       •		 esumé	builder	for	teachers	and	Early	Childhood	Educators
development, dialogue, plot, revision, point of view- will be addressed
according to the class’s needs. Every day will include sharing and idea             ONLINE
building sessions in a relaxed, supportive environment. You will also
have one-on-one consultations with a seasoned writer and creative                   Core Courses
writing teacher. This course is suitable for writers at all levels of experi-       COMM 71            Writing for Publication 1 3
ence. This is a credited course.
                                                                                    LANG 28            Grammar for Writing Professionals 3
ARTS 1765          $313.51
Ptbo (Sutherland) Oct 22 – 26                     9:00am – 4:30pm                   COMM 76            Creative Writing – Beginners
                                                                                    COMM 101           Creative Writing – Intermediate 3
Creative Writing Workshop
                                                                                    Electives (choose 3)
Learn where the great power of words comes from and how to use it
to make your writing spring to life. Exercises will also help you build             COMM 158           Essentials of Writing Fiction 3
characters and tension in the stories you are imagining. Whether you
                                                                                    COMM 77            Understanding Literature 3
are just getting started, or want to add new fuel to creative fires you
have already ignited, whether you are a brand new writer or have been               COMM 74            Writing for Publication 2 3
at it for years, this workshop will send you home with new ideas and the
                                                                                    LANG 35            Writing Grammatically 3
tools you need.
ARTS 1779           $102.18                                                         COMM 70            Writing Short Stories 3
Ptbo (Sutherland) Sat, Sep 15                     9:00am – 5:00pm                   COMM 53            Intro to Children’s Literature 3
                                                                                    COMM 149           From Harry Potter to Aslan:
                                                                                                       Exploring Children’s Fantasy 3
                                                                                    COMM 167           Introduction to Writing Children’s Fantasy
                                                                                    COMM 102           Romance Writing 3
                                                                                    ARTS 411           Poetry Writing 3
                                                                                    COMM 161           Dramatic Scriptwriting 3


                                                                                3 offered this fall
     Critical thinking                                                            Dramatic Scriptwriting
     How do your own hidden assumptions, values, and biases affect your           Gain the skills necessary for developing an original short dramatic script
     decision making? In this collaborative environment, you will analyze the     idea . Providing a structured developmental process, we will begin with
     manipulative techniques used by individuals, vested interest groups and      researching and evaluating story concepts, writing an outline, treatment
     the media . Learn how to identify both false and misleading arguments .      and first draft, followed by revision and polishing of a final draft ready to
     In addition, you will write argument papers in which you trace the history   be marketed . Script formats and terminology specific to film, television
     of a social/political issue in Canadian society, and present arguments,      and radio will be covered, along with intellectual property protection
     supported by research, that take a stand on the issue .                      issues, marketing, and developing the tools necessary to sustain a
     SOCI 75                 $367 .00    Online, starts monthly                   writing career .
                                                                                  COMM 161              $254 .80     Online, starts Sep 7

                                                                                  Essentials of Writing Fiction
                                                                                  Discover the core elements needed for creative writing . Gain an
     Writing For Professionals Certificate                                        understanding of the process of creative writing including theme,
                                                                                  setting, plotting, characterization, and the use of dialogue, enabling you
     – OnLinE new!                                                                to successfully discover your writer’s voice and build confidence in your
                                                                                  writing abilities .
                                                                                  COMM 158              $386 .80     Online, starts Sep 7
     Is This for You? This is an essential certificate for anyone whose job
     includes writing, editing or proof reading as well as those who want to
                                                                                  From Harry Potter to Aslan: Children’s Fantasy
     add these skills to their resume for a competitive edge .
                                                                                  Explore fantastic worlds, the creators of those worlds, and the under-
     Certificate Highlights: A professionally written document is articulate,     lying mythologies upon which they draw . Discover ways to assist
     persuasive, concise, and usable . Experienced faculty will hone your         children and adults in appreciating the intricacies of good children’s
     competency in grammar and spelling and refine your writing style for a       literature in this genre as well as how those fantastic worlds contribute
     variety of different applications, from professional and concise business    to and enrich children’s imaginations and lives . Writers will gain much
     documents to web based communications . Exchange ideas with a                from this course as well as course as well as librarians and others
     group of like-minded peers as you learn how to plan, structure, manage       working with children’s programs .
     and promote your written work .                                              COMM 149              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7

     Career Prospects                                                             Grammar for Writing Professionals
     	        T
            •		 echnical	writer,	manual	preparation                               Gain experience in the editing and proofreading process, recognizing
     	      •		 onsulting	and	Research	Firms
              C                                                                   and correcting errors in accordance with accepted Canadian standards .
44                                                                                You will also study the importance of working as part of an editing
     	        E
            •		 ditor/Proof	reader
                                                                                  team to help produce acceptable full-length manuscripts . This course
     	        O
            •		 nline	contributor                                                 examines the use of grammar; participants should already possess
     	      •		 ublishing	Industry,	including	non-fiction	author
              P                                                                   competent English language skills including basic grammar (or Writing
                                                                                  Grammatically LANG 35) .
     	        P
            •		 rofessional	development	for	office	and	administrative	staff
                                                                                  LANG 28               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
         OnLinE
                                                                                  introduction to Children’s Literature
         Core Courses
                                                                                  Acquire an overview of children’s literature, its history and develop-
         LANG35                 Writing Grammatically 3                           ment, and its rich variety of forms and techniques . This course focuses
         LANG28                 Grammar for Writing Professionals 3               on major authors in children’s literature and on the important issues
                                                                                  presented in those works that have captivated children and adult
         COMM84                 Technical Communications 3                        readers over time . (This subject may contain material that some may
         COMM58                 Business Report Writing 3                         find offensive .)
                                                                                  COMM 53               $347 .20     Online, starts monthly
         Electives (choose 3)
         COMM71                 Writing for Publication 1 3                       introduction to non-Fiction
         COMM 74                Writing for Publication 2 3                       Determine an idea’s marketability in the non-fiction market, target a
                                                                                  reading population, participate in critical discussions about issues
         COMM165                Introduction to Non-Fiction 3                     in non-fictionwriting, and learn how to effectively research a topic or
         COMP158                Desktop Publishing for Business 3 (see            project . You will develop a draft of a professional book proposal/query
                                Computers section)                                and several story drafts . You will also learn strategies for marketing
                                                                                  yourself and your work effectively .
         COMM55                 Business Writing Strategies 3
                                                                                  COMM 165              $327 .40     Online, starts Sep 7
         SOCI75                 Critical Thinking 3
         COMP220                Microsoft Word Specialist 3 (see Computers
                                                                                  Poetry Writing
                                section)                                          Develop skills necessary for the creation, development, and marketing
                                                                                  of publishable poems .
         COMM86                 Writing a Business Manual 3
                                                                                  ARTS 411              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
         COMM91                 Writing a Proposal 3
         COMM88                 Writing Sales Material 3
         COMM 51                Researching & Reporting 3
         COMM168                Writing for the Web 3

     3 offered this fall
Researching and Reporting                                                      Writing for Sales Material
In this 39-hour online course communication skills are developed               Examine the craft of persuasive writing as it applies to sales letters
through hands-on application . Students can choose examples related            and promotional material . Learn to analyze the logical and rhetorical
to their careers or from sample assignments . Participants define a            structure of effective sales material and to apply similar strategies
problem, collect research using print sources, the Internet, interviews        to your own persuasive writing project . The media’s use of literary
and questionnaires, and present their findings in reports .                    techniques such as allusion and irony are examined . Practice the use of
COMM 51               $327 .40    Online, starts Sep 7                         such techniques in persuading target audiences .
                                                                               COMM 88               $228 .40    Online, starts Sep 7
Romance Writing
Explore the art and craft of writing for the growing romance fiction           Writing for the Web
market . Through lectures, examples, and lots of research, you will            Using a practical, hands on approach, examine specific issues and
develop skills in creating engrossing plots and settings, and engaging         skills of writing for the web, such as writing for emphasis and visual
characters, as well as keeping abreast the growing and changing market         impact, the basics of search engine optimization, sourcing images and
for romance oriented fiction .                                                 incorporating multi-media with text . Gain an understanding the various
COMM 102              $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                         styles and requirements involved in writing for blogs, online magazines,
                                                                               commercial websites and other text based models, including social
technical Communications                                                       media .
Engage in various technical writing problems that will challenge you to        COMM 168              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
generate practical solutions that are clear, focused and expressed in
appropriate language style . Develop the sound thinking and planning           Writing Grammatically
skills that are fundamental to communicating successfully in technical         Catch up on the rules of English grammar in a comprehensive, easy-
fields . In addition, you will conduct online research, collaborate with       to-follow manner . The course begins with a review of sentence parts,
other learners and format technical information to industry standards          moves on to an in-depth explanation of sentence structuring, and culmi-
using text and graphics on your computer .                                     nates in a practical review of stylistic conventions in business writing .
COMM 84               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7                         LANG 35               $386 .80    Online, starts monthly

Understanding Literature                                                       Writing Short Stories
Acquire the tools necessary to appreciate literature critically by             Explore character development, narrative unity, and plot construction
reviewing literary history and examining different genres . You will explore   by analyzing selected short stories and participating in writing exercises .
themes and conventions associated with these genres and develop an             Work step-by-step to produce a story suitable for publication . The
understanding of literary analysis and various critical approaches . For       process of submission for publication as well as the various opportuni-
creative-writing enthusiasts, this course will provide a framework in          ties for publication are examined .
which to appreciate and evaluate their own writing .                           COMM 70               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7
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COMM 77               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7

Writing a business Manual
Discover how to write clear, concise, context-specific descriptive prose
that will enable you to produce effective instructions and manuals . A
project planning approach to determining sections, headings, page
layout and packaging will be examined in terms of audience analysis,
the incorporation of visuals and collaborative writing . You will complete a
business manual suitable for use as a company handbook of operational
                                                                                                     Ready to Register?
policies, responsibilities and procedures .                                                            See page 64 for details .
COMM 86               $228 .40    Online, starts Sep 7

Writing a Proposal
This project-based course will systematically guide you through the
entire process of producing a proposal . You will describe your chosen
topic, produce an initial plan, then create a hierarchical framework
of headings, and finally develop a detailed written outline . Paragraph
structure, sentence composition, and word choice will also be reviewed         COMMUniCAtiOnS
to ensure effective writing .
COMM 91               $228 .40    Online, starts Sep 7                         intercultural Communication – introduction
                                                                               Learn the definition of culture and explore intercultural communica-
Writing for Publication i                                                      tion theories (for example, differences in gestures, personal spaces,
Examine the publishing process and available opportunities for writers         and customs) . Enhance your ability to communicate with people from
as well as the key elements of major genres . You will follow the various      different origins comfortably . This course is of interest to workers in
steps of manuscript preparation, from query letter to polished final draft     health, education, human services and businesses that have regular
and on to professional submission .                                            interactions with people of from other cultures .
COMM 71               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7                         COMM 100              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7

Writing for Publication 2                                                      interpersonal and Group Dynamics
Focus on the publishing process with emphasis on the Canadian                  Learn effective communication skills with individuals and groups as
magazine trade . You will develop your ideas into acceptable composi-          you work as part of a team . Group cohesiveness and effective group
tions and find out how to approach suitable publishers for you work .          decision making will be discussed . Originally designed for Fleming’s
Recommended: Writing for Publication 1                                         Police Foundations program, this course is relevant to anyone working
                                                                               with the public .
COMM 74               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                               ORGB 12               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     SiGn LAnGUAGE
                                                                                Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books.
     American Sign Language (ASL)                                               Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in
                                                                                upcoming semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more
     Certificate – in-CLASS                                                     information.

                                                                                Signing 101
     Is This for You? Professionals and families in contact with signing deaf
     people, or any individual interested in learning a new language will       An introductory course designed for those with no previous knowledge
     benefit from classes taught by culturally deaf instructors .               of ASL . Beginners are in a classroom where no spoken conversa-
                                                                                tion is allowed . Grammatical structures and facial expressions are
     Certificate Highlights: These popular courses are offered in partnership   taught according to their functions, which are then used in situations
     with The Canadian Hearing Society and are highly endorsed by the deaf      connected to every day activities in the deaf community . You learn how
     community . All courses are based on the Signing Naturally Curriculum,     to relate to each other and build up your cross-cultural awareness and
     which teaches the linguistic principles of ASL, and touch on the culture   understanding .
     of the deaf community . A certificate will be granted upon completion of   LANG 9             $237 .60
     all Level 1 and Level 2 ASL courses .                                      Ptbo (Sutherland) Tue, Sep 25 – Dec 11            6:30 – 9:30pm

                                                                                Signing 103
     Course fee does not include books and tapes required for this course .     Rehearse previously learned conversational strategies and correct infor-
     One set of DVDs are used for each course .                                 mation to minimize misunderstanding . Topics move from talking about
                                                                                yourself and the immediate environment, to talking about others and
      Core Courses
                                                                                your community . You will develop language skills focused on conversa-
      LANG 9               Signing Naturally 101 3                              tion strategies and volunteer appropriate information to maintain a
                                                                                comfortable exchange . Pre-requisite: Signing Naturally 102 (LANG18)
      LANG 18              Signing Naturally 102
                                                                                LANG 19           $237 .60
      LANG 19              Signing Naturally 103 3
                                                                                Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Sep27 – Dec13              6:30 – 9:30pm
      LANG20               Signing Naturally 201
      LANG 21              Signing Naturally 202                                Signing 203
                                                                                In this final course of the Certificate, you will continue with the further
      LANG 22              Signing Naturally 203 3
                                                                                refinement of your signing skills, awareness and appreciation for
                                                                                the deaf and their community . Pre-requisite: Signing Naturally 202
46   3 offered this fall
                                                                                (LANG21)
                                                                                LANG 22           $237 .60
                                                                                Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 26 – Dec 12            6:30 – 9:30pm




                                                                                  LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION      FREE!
                              Ready to Register?                                  FOR NEWCOMERS TO CANADA (LINC)
                               See page 64 for details .
                                                                                  Are you new to Canada and would you like to meet new friends,
                                                                                  develop your English language skills and learn about Canadian
                                                                                  culture?
                                                                                  Come and join our friendly group to learn conversation skills,
                                                                                  reading, writing, grammar, vocabulary, idioms, participate in field
                                                                                  trips and maybe exchange some recipes!
                                                                                  Classes are offered from LINC level 0-8 . Daycare subsidies are
         OnLinE LAnGUAGE StUDiES                                                  available for eligible clients .
                                                                                  LINC is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada .
         Through the use of supplemental CDs and multimedia course
                                                                                       Monday – Friday, 12:15pm – 3:15pm (levels 0 – 3)
         materials, you can study languages from the comfort of your
                                                                                       Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 12:00noon (levels 4 – 8)
         home . Visit our web site to search for courses such as:
                                                                                  This free program is offered to permanent residents of Canada
              – French, levels 1 – 5          – Italian                           who have completed an assessment at the New Canadian Centre
              – Mandarin Chinese              – Japanese                          in Peterborough .
              – Spanish                       – Ojibwe
                                                                                                   For more information, please call the
              and even Braille!
                                                                                                 New Canadian Centre at 705-743-0882 .
OuTDOOr sKILLs AND susTAINABLE LIVING




Outdoor Skills Certifications                                                    Astronomy                                                                     47
                                                                                 This is an introduction to the study of all that exists beyond our planet .
Employers look for well-trained people able to show proof of correct             The course examines the characteristics of the bodies of the Solar
training in potentially high risk work situations . Training and certification   System presenting interesting information about the planets and their
in these areas can help your resumé stand out . Fleming College offers           moons . The course will also deal with stars, nebulae and galaxies .
industry certifications to help you gain the needed credentials according
                                                                                 SCIE 143              $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7
to the most current regulations and safety standards .
                                                                                 bear Safety and Awareness
Certification/                      Certifying, Licensing                        Learn how to assess and respond effectively to bear encounters to
License Course                      or Standards Body                            reduce the risk of human injury . The course focuses on bear biology,
                                                                                 identification, behaviour and how to prevent and respond to bear
Canadian Firearm                    Chief Firearms Officer                       encounters . Non-lethal bear deterrents, including pepper spray and
Safety Courses                      of Ontario                                   noise makers will be demonstrated and practiced .
                                                                                 NATR 94               $74 .75
Chainsaw Operator                   Workplace Safety North
                                                                                 Lindsay (Frost)     Sat, Nov 3                   9:00am – 1:00pm
Fur Management                      Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
                                                                                 beekeeping Workshop
GPS & Wilderness Navigation         Green Check                                  Keeping bees is a great way to explore nature . These social insects
                                    – Canadian Ecology Centre                    pollinate plants and collect nectar . In this informative workshop you
                                                                                 will learn about nutrition, candle making, honey collection and apiary
Ontario Hunter Education            Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources        management .
                                                                                 RECR 123              $87 .59
Restricted Radio Operator           Industry Canada
                                                                                 Haliburton          Sat, Oct 13                  10:00am – 5:00pm

                                                                                 Canadian Firearm Safety (PAL)
                                                                                 For those who do not require the Hunter Safety certification, this
   Fleming also offers certification in:                                         course includes the training and exam required to apply for the Firearm
        – Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System                       Possession and Acquisition License . It includes basic firearm parts,
                                                                                 care, transportation, use, and storage of non-restricted firearms, and
          (WHMIS), see page 57 .
                                                                                 rules and regulations surrounding firearms . Equipment is supplied .
        – Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG), see page 49 .                 MECH 140              $134 .71
                                                                                 Lindsay (Frost)     Sat – Sun, Nov 17 – 18       8:00am – 5:00pm
        – Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, see page 33 .
                                                                                                     Sat – Sun, Dec 1 – 2         8:00am – 5:00pm
        – Fall Protection, see page 48 .
     Canadian Firearm Safety and Hunter Safety                                     Environment Management, An introduction
     (One-Stop Program)                                                            Develop analytical and evaluation skills required in the management of
     Successful completion of this course and two examinations will enable         environmental issues . Gain a better understanding of the complexity of
     you to apply for both the Hunting Outdoor Card and the Firearm                environmental policies, and legislation procedures . The application and
     Possession and Acquisition License and subsequently purchase/                 development of site inspections and program auditing are explored to
     possess a non-restricted firearm and ammunition . It includes basic           assist in the recognition and analysis of potential environmental risks .
     firearm parts, care, transportation and storage of non-restricted firearms,   ENVR 50               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     hunting trip preparation, hunting guidelines and ethics, and rules and
     regulations surrounding firearms and hunting . This course consists of        Fall Protection
     21 hours of training plus a scheduled one-on-one exam . (Note: In order
                                                                                   Hands-on training in the proper use and maintenance of fall arrest
     to qualify for the Hunter Safety exam, 100% attendance of this course is
                                                                                   equipment will be demonstrated . This training focuses on the dangers
     mandatory .) Equipment is supplied .
                                                                                   associated with working in areas where falling to a lower level is a possi-
     MECH 83              $259 .33                                                 bility, such as scaffolds, roofs, ladders and elevated work platforms . It
     Ptbo (McRae)       Fri – Sun, Oct 12 – 14       Fri 6:00 – 10:00pm,           is applicable to industries such as manufacturing, construction, display
                                                     Sat 8:00am – 6:00pm           art, mining and farming .
                                                     Sun 8:00am – 5:00pm           CNST 77             $104 .64 (incl . wallet card)
     Lindsay (Frost)    Mon – Thu, Oct 22 – 25       8:30am – 5:00pm               Lindsay (Frost)   Thu, Sep 27                   6:00 – 10:00pm
                        Fri – Sun, Nov 9 – 11        Fri 6:00 – 10:00pm                              Thu, Oct 4                    6:00 – 10:00pm
                                                     Sat 8:00am – 6:00pm           Ptbo (Sutherland) Thu, Nov 8                    6:00 – 10:00pm
                                                     Sun 8:00am – 5:00pm           Haliburton        Sat, Nov 24                   1:00 – 5:00pm
                        Fri – Sun, Nov 23 – 25       Fri 6:00 – 10:00pm
                                                     Sat 8:00am – 6:00pm
                                                                                   Geological Disasters
                                                     Sun 8:00am – 5:00pm           Study the events, the causes and the effects of some of the world’s
                                                                                   greatest natural or geological disasters . Examine disasters associated
     Canadian Restricted Firearm Safety                                            with earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, weather, hurricanes, floods,
                                                                                   fires, extinctions and impacts from space . A fundamental knowledge of
     This course is of interest to those seeking employment in security and
                                                                                   geology is recommended .
     law enforcement who will apply for a license to acquire and possess
     restricted firearms . It covers the legal and practical aspects of safe       GEOL 59               $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7
     handling, storage and transportation of restricted firearms such as single
     action revolvers, double action revolvers and semi-automatic pistols .        GiS Geographic information Systems – introduction
     Note: Those wishing to obtain restricted firearms must have passed            Acquire an overview of the fundamental concepts, terminology, and the
48   both the restricted firearm exam included in this course as well as the       role of GIS, in business, government, surveying, and natural resources .
     non-restricted firearms exam to qualify for a Possession and Acquisition      The course will cover the collection, management, analysis and presen-
     license for restricted firearms . NOTE – Exam will take place after noon      tation of spatial data, concepts of database systems, data modeling, and
     on the second day followed by the individual practical test . Depending       digital mapping . Software requirements: Open Source Software (Map
     on your test time, you may not be required to be in attendance until          Windows) .
     5:00pm .                                                                      GEOM 61               $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     MECH 84              $141 .31
     Lindsay (Frost)    For dates and times, call 1-866-353-6464 ext . 3310        Global Warming Concepts
                                                                                   Develop an awareness of the differences in current scientific certainties
     Canadian Wildland Firefighters                                                and uncertainties in global warming as well as historical and current
     Exchange Fitness Standard – see page 51                                       political issues at a global and national level, including topics such as
                                                                                   the Kyoto agreement, ethical responsibilities of individuals, corporations,
     Chainsaw Operator                                                             and governments, and the conflictions between economic development
                                                                                   and the environment . This course provides the opportunity for you to
     This entry-level course, based on the competency standards set by             develop greater understanding of social awareness and the relationship
     the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and developed by          between science, technology and an individual’s responsibility to society
     Workplace Safety North teaches the knowledge and basic skills to              and the environment .
     safely handle a chainsaw, to demonstrate safe practices and to fell trees
     properly . The first eight hours are spent in class learning chainsaw use,    GNED 90               $268 .00    Online, starts monthly
     maintenance and sharpening, and safe chainsaw handling . safety
     techniques . Then two days are spent in the field bush practicing these
                                                                                   GPS Map and Compass Skills
     techniques with an emphasis on safety . methods . You must provide            Learn how to navigate in the wilderness with confidence . . . topics include
     your own working chainsaw, supplies, and safety equipment . You must          proper selection and use of hand-held GPS units (with downloaded
     be physically fit to take this course . As well, you must be 19 years of      mapping systems), Silva magnetic compass, topographical/crown/
     age or older or a high school graduate . For a complete list of required      nautical maps, mapping softwares, and methods of primitive navigation
     equipment, please view the course description at flemingcollege .ca/          (sun-dial/watch) .
     con_ed .                                                                      CART 10               $136 .00
     MECH 82              $172 .62                                                 Haliburton          Sat, Nov 17                 9:00am – 4:00pm
     Lindsay (Frost)    Mon – Wed, Oct 22 – 24          8:00am – 5:00pm
     Haliburton         Sat, Sat & Sun, Nov 17, 24 & 25 8:00am – 5:00pm

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GPS and Wilderness navigation                                                  tracking Lost People
Suitable for those working or adventuring outdoors, this basic orientation     Discover the techniques needed to effectively track and locate people
course covers a variety of land-based navigational aids, such as GPS,          who are lost in the bush, including the psychology of those lost in the
different types of maps, compass use, and signs in nature . Learn how to       wild and the signs and tracks left behind by them . These principles
use a GPS unit and map together off-trail, and how to avoid getting lost       will be applied in a staged scenario of conducting an actual search .
in the bush . Required equipment: a mirrored compass with a declina-           You should be suitably dressed for a day outdoors and bring writing
tion setting, a wristwatch, writing materials, a water bottle, lunch, and      materials, a whistle, watch and a good quality compass .
suitable attire for a day out of doors . A GPS unit will be made available     ESRV 56             $111 .87
to you for this session or you can bring your own . You will be certified to
                                                                               Ken Reid Conservation Area, Lindsay
national standards by the Canadian Ecology Centre .
                                                                                                Sat, Nov 10                     8:30am – 4:30pm
NATR 20             $122 .18
Ken Reid Conservation Area, Lindsay                                            transportation of Dangerous Goods (tDG)
                 Sat, Oct 13                     8:30am – 4:30pm               This course is for transportation drivers, carriers, shippers or receivers,
                                                                               or anyone involved in the transportation of dangerous goods and
Meteorology                                                                    materials . It is designed to meet legislated requirements under
This introductory course will logically and methodically develop your          the federal TDG regulations and the provincial DTGA regulations .
understanding of weather and weather-related phenomena .                       The workshop covers TDG and the law, exclusions and restricted
SCIE 144              $367 .00    Online, starts Sep 7                         substances, signage and documentation, classifications, dangerous
                                                                               occurrence reporting, and emergency occurrence reporting . Certificates
Monitoring Amphibians & Reptiles                                               are issued upon successful completion .
Amphibians and reptiles represent a significant proportion of Ontario’s        MTRL 19              $103 .36
protected species . Their sensitivity to disturbance, specialized ecological   Lindsay (Frost)     Wed, Nov 21                  6:00 – 10:00pm
needs, and diverse ecological roles make them excellent candidates for
monitoring ecosystem health . This course will provide both theoretical        Wild Edibles Foraging 101
and practical knowledge through classroom discussion and practical             Enjoy a fun-filled adventure day of hiking and foraging for wild edible/
exercises for those who are or will be involved in monitoring amphibians       medicinal/useful/useful species of plants, trees, shrubs, and lichens . . .
and reptiles .                                                                 participants will identify, gather, and sample wild teas, salads, and
ENVR 56               $79 .20                                                  berries . Foraging skills can be useful when you venture into the
Lindsay (Frost)     Sat – Sun, Oct 13 – 14       9:00am – 3:30pm               backcountry on extended outings, for surviving in the wilds, or just for
                                                                               healthy living!
natural Resources Career Management                                            RECR 103              $136 .00
Acquire the skills, tools, and knowledge to develop and manage a               Haliburton          Sat, Sep 29                  9:00am – 4:00pm
career in Natural Resources . We will discuss career planning, help you                                                                                      49
research employers with information that includes how and when to              Wilderness Survival – Part 1
apply for positions, and look at program-specific resume writing and job       Whether you venture into isolated areas for your job or for fun, working
interviews .                                                                   and traveling in these regions can be hazardous . Learn survival funda-
COUN 43               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7                         mentals, such as building shelters from available materials, orientation,
                                                                               finding food, making fire without matches and staying warm . Please
Ontario Hunter Education                                                       bring a sharp, non-folding hunting knife, leather work gloves, and a
This course covers the Hunter Education Material as laid out by Ministry       mirrored compass with a declination setting . Please be suitably dressed
of Natural Resources Policy . It includes information on the Role of the       for a day both indoors and outdoors . Snowshoes are helpful in winter
Hunter, Hunting Laws, Bow and Gun Hunting procedures as well as                weather .
Safety Issues . Upon the successful completion of the course and exami-        NATR 31             $99 .00
nation you will be eligible to apply for the H2 Hunting Outdoors Card .        Ken Reid Conservation Area, Lindsay
NOTE: This course does not include the examination for the Canadian                             Sat – Sun, Oct 27 – 28          8:30am – 4:30pm
Firearms Safety test required for hunting using non-restricted firearms .
Equipment is supplied .                                                        Wilderness Survival – Part 2
NATR 49               $141 .12                                                 This two-day course builds on the fundamental survival skills presented
Lindsay (Frost)     Sat – Sun, Dec 8 – 9         8:00am – 5:00pm               in Part 1, and focuses on small group survival skills . Course activities
                                                                               include snaring and skinning a small mammal, building a lean-to,
Reptile biology and identification                                             finding edible plants, advanced prey stalking, camouflage, signaling for
Gain fundamental knowledge of reptile reproduction, behaviour and              help, water purification, constructing emergency snowshoes, starting
physiology in the context of wildlife conservation, ecological monitoring,     a fire with a bow and drill, constructing a trigger line to catch fish, and
ecosystem assessment and restoration in Ontario . Participants will also       demonstrating leadership in survival situations . Please bring a sharp,
learn how to accurately identify Ontario’s reptiles and gain an under-         non-folding hunting knife and leather work gloves . Please be suitably
standing of their distribution, habitat preferences and status in Ontario .    dressed for a day both indoors and outdoors . Snowshoes are helpful in
                                                                               winter weather .
ENVR 53               $79 .20
                                                                               NATR 54             $99 .00
Lindsay (Frost)     Sat – Sun, Sep 29 – 30       9:00am – 3:30pm
                                                                               Ken Reid Conservation Area, Lindsay
Restricted Radio Operator                                                                       Sat – Sun, Nov 17 – 18          8:30am – 4:30pm
As holder of a Radiotelephone Operator’s Restricted Certificate                Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop
(Aeronautical), you may act as a radiotelephone operator on any land or
mobile station . Learn to operate radiotelephone equipment, operations         Learn how to survive in the wilderness . Topics include survival prepared-
procedures, international regulations, and safety regulations . Certificates   ness, game plan, selecting survival kits and backcountry clothing, and
will be issued upon successful completion of a written exam by Industry        priority survival skills if you become lost (shelter/fire/signal building,
Canada .                                                                       finding food and water) .
MECH 88              $60 .32                                                   RECR 102              $136 .00
Lindsay (Frost)     Wed, Nov 7                   6:00 – 10:00pm                Haliburton          Sat, Oct 13                  10:00am – 5:00pm
     Sustainable trails Certificate – in-CLASS
     Is This for You? This certificate provides a full range of trails theory and
     skills training available to trails groups, communities, employers, and         Core Courses
     government agencies .                                                           RECR 115             Trail Planning 3

     Certificate Highlights: This certificate takes place at Fleming’s Frost         RECR 114             Trail Design
     Campus, one of Canada’s leading environmental education institutions .          RECR 113             Trail Construction

     Offered on weekends, the program will provide insight and best                  RECR 119             Trail Maintenance & Signage 3
     practices into the design, construction, and maintenance of trails . You        RECR 112             Trail Business Planning and Law & Risk
     will study and gain practical experiences by applying techniques that                                Management 3
     can enhance, rehabilitate, and protect trails and greenways . Interpretive
     studies of the various fauna and flora will be explored from a sustain-         MGMT 158             Management of Trail Users & Volunteers
     ability perspective .                                                           ECOS 34              Ecologically Sustainable Trails 3

     Admission Requirements: The minimum admission requirement for                   Electives (choose 2)
     entrance into this program is: 19 years of age or older, or an Ontario          RECR 111             Marketing & Promoting Trails
     Secondary School Diploma or its equivalent .
                                                                                     RECR 116             Trails Education & Interpretation
                                                                                                          Understanding Accessibility for Designing Better
                                                                                                          Trails
                                                                                                          Motorized Trail Recreation
                                                                                                          Introduction to Trails
                                                                                     MECH 82              Chainsaw Operator 3
                                                                                     NATR 31              Wilderness Survival – Part 1 3

                                                                                    3 offered this fall



50   Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.


     Ecologically Sustainable trail                                                 trail Maintenance & Signage
     The balance between protection of the environment and trail use is a           Maintenance begins immediately following the trail construction and
     delicate one to maintain . The basic understanding of ecology combined         continues until such time as the trail has been decommissioned . The
     with key principles for sustainable trails using case studies and              course objectives are to provide for user safety, user access, and conve-
     examples will provide the bases for effective trail planning and design .      nience; to protect adjacent resources; and to preserve trail investment .
     As well, practical ideas as to how to decommission trails and rehabilitate     The course will provide general maintenance guidelines for monitoring
     trails will be examined .                                                      and maintaining natural surface trails . Signs are critical communication
     ECOS 34               $92 .40                                                  tools . They guide visitors to the trail and sites along the trail, identify
                                                                                    sites and facilities, provide warnings about hazards, convey manage-
     Lindsay (Frost)     Sat – Sun, Sep 29 – 30       9:00am – 4:30pm
                                                                                    ment policies, and give educational information . A comprehensive sign
     trail business Planning and Law & Risk Management                              plan will bring order to the content, scale, appearance, and placement
                                                                                    of these various kinds of messages . The course will answer the common
     Managing the risks associated with multi-use trails can create some            questions about sign development and production without significantly
     unique challenges for municipalities, private land owners, and trail           replicating information from other sign standard manuals .
     user groups . There appears to be much confusion and misunder-
     standing regarding many of the liabilities associated with trails, and         RECR 119                $92 .40
     there are definitely errors committed in efforts to transfer the risks         Lindsay (Frost)       Sat – Sun, Oct 13 – 14       9:00am – 4:30pm
     from landowners (public and private) to trail user groups . This course
     will provide answers and preventative actions to many of the legal and         trail Planning
     risk issues associated with trails . Course participants will also spend a     The first step in trail development is a trail plan . Landownership, legisla-
     day examining basic concepts and techniques used in developing a               tion, and site evaluation will be studied in the preparation of a compre-
     trail business plan . Emphasis will be on entrepreneurial strategy, the        hensive sustainable plan that can be used to support project proposals
     business plan, marketing, and financial management .                           for partnerships and funding . Some field work will give you hands-on
     RECR 112              $92 .40      Online, Nov 30 – Mar 1                      skills in using planning tools such as a GPS, aerial photography and
                                                                                    maps .
                                                                                    RECR 115                $92 .40
                                                                                    Lindsay (Frost)       Sat – Sun, Nov 17 – 18       9:00am – 4:30pm
sECurITY, LAW AND EMErGENCY sErVICEs




Canadian Wildland Firefighters Exchange Fitness Standard                        Emergency Management                                                           51
To fight forest fires safely and effectively, avoid injuries and recover        Develop an understanding of various emergency plans/procedures and
rapidly, initial attack forest fire fighters must have suitable levels of       your responsibility as identified in those plans . Become aware of the
aerobic fitness, muscular strength and muscular endurance . WFX-FIT is          resources available within the emergency response community . You will
a fitness standard for the exchange of Type 1 firefighters across Canada .      learn unique information concerning response to emergency and how to
It includes performing a continuous circuit that involves carrying a            manage them .
medium pump on the back for 160 m while traversing a 35 degree
                                                                                MGM 103               $254 .80    Online, starts Sep 7
ramp every 20 m, carrying a medium pump in hands 80 m without
traversing the ramp, picking up and carrying an Ontario hose pack
                                                                                Fire Protection
(containing 4 lengths of hose) on the back for 1 km while traversing the
ramp every 20 m, then dragging a weighted sled 80 m on level ground             Gain specific knowledge related to fire and life safety . Topics include the
to simulate advancing charged hose . NOTE: WFX-FIT is required for              chemistry and physics of fire, building design for life safety, and other
anyone wishing to gain employment as front-line initial attack fire fighter .   aspects of fire and life safety . Applicable legislation related to fire and
                                                                                life safety is also covered .
NATR 98            $131 .51
                                                                                MGMT 90               $386 .80    Online, starts Sep 7
Lindsay (Frost)  Sat, Dec 8
Appointment times will be assigned – call 1-866-353-6464 ext . 3310 .           Forensic Psychology
Criminal Psychology – Psychopathic Minds                                        This course is designed for those interested in understanding or
                                                                                pursuing a career in forensic/correctional psychology . It covers areas
You will study how and why some individuals become criminals and                related to Criminal Psychology, Police Psychology, Victimology and
why some actually become killers, stalkers, rapists and criminals . Also,       Victim Services, Psychology and the courts and Correctional Psychology .
the latest techniques used in criminal profiling and questioning will           Note: for a more in-depth understanding of the subject, we recommend
be examined . Note: for a more in-depth understanding of the subject,           taking Abnormal Psychology and/or Introduction to Psychology before
we recommend taking Abnormal Psychology and/or Introduction to                  taking this course .
Psychology before taking this course .
                                                                                LAWS 163              $307 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
SOCI 80               $367 .00     Online, starts Sep 7, Oct 1 and Nov 1
                                                                                Private investigator training
Criminology
                                                                                Train to be a Private Eye . Topics include surveillance, investigation,
Examine various theoretical explanations of criminal behaviour including        record keeping, surveillance video, asset protection . Training standards
the sociological, biological and psychological perspectives . The reality of    as per the Ministry of Community Safety & Correctional Services under
crime in Canada including victimology is examined through crime statis-         the Private Security and Investigative Services Act and will prepare you
tics as are the correlation’s of criminal behaviour . The impact of theory      to write the provincial licensing examination for Private Investigators in
on the development and effectiveness of the criminal justice system is          the province of Ontario .
discussed with emphasis on future trends within the system .
                                                                                LAWS 247              $439 .60    Online, starts Sep 7
LAWS 109              $268 .00     Online, starts monthly
     Public Safety Communications Professional (911 Operator) – in-CLASS
     Cobourg (9 weeks)
     Is This for You? This is not your ordinary 9 to 5 job . You will work
     in a stimulating environment bringing a life-saving service to your
     community . Your training will include taking calls in a simulated
     emergency environment, so that you will become proficient in Call
     Taking, Dispatching, 9-1-1 and Computer-Aided Dispatch . Not only will
     you be doing the job, you will be gaining the skill and confidence to get
     you “job ready” .

     Program Highlights: This 9-week program is offered in partnership
     with Proven Ways, a leader in public safety communications training
     throughout North America since 1993 . Proven Ways is on the leading
     edge with technology changes that will ensure you receive current
     information .

     Recommended Pre-requisites: Ontario Secondary School Diploma
     (OSSD) or equivalent, a clear criminal record check, and keyboarding
     skills of 40 wpm or more .

     Career Prospects: Graduates of this program will be prepared for a            Next program offering is being planned for Fall 2012 .
     career in Police, Fire and Ambulance dispatching with a starting salary       For more information on how to register, contact Colleen Johnston at
     of $35K – $65K a year .                                                       905-372-6865 ext . 5000 or coljohns@flemingc .on .ca .




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                                                                          Ready to Register?
                                                                           See page 64 for details .




     Security Guard – basic
     The Private Security and Investigative Services Act, 2005 (PSISA) has
     had significant legislative changes that identify professional require-
     ments for security guards . The Ministry of Community Safety and
     Correctional Services, Training and Testing Regulation started April 15,
     2010 stipulating that all new applicants are required to successfully
     complete basic training and pass the Ministry test prior to applying for
     a security guard licence under the Act . This course prepares you for
     the Ministry test and gives you the skills to perform the basic duties
     of a security guard in Ontario . Topics include an introduction to the
     security industry, the Private Security and Investigative Services Act and
     Ministry, the code of conduct, basic security procedures, report writing,
     health and safety, emergency response preparation, the Canadian legal
     system, legal authorities, effective communication techniques, sensitivity
     training and use of force theories . A $25 supply fee is payable on the
     first day of the course . Please register early; spaces are limited . (Also
     available online)

     LAWS 242            $254 .20
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri/Sat/Sun, Jul 6, 7, 8 & July 13, 14, 15
                       Fri 6:00 – 9:00pm, Sat/Sun 8:00am – 4:00pm
                       Fri/Sat/Sun, Aug 10, 11, 12 & Aug 17, 18, 19
                       Fri 6:00 – 9:00pm, Sat/Sun 8:00am – 4:00pm
     LAWS 242            $264 .00
     Cobourg           Fri/Sat/Sun, Oct 12, 13, 14 & Oct 19, 20, 21
                       Fri 6:00 – 9:00pm, Sat/Sun 8:00am – 4:00pm
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri/Sat/Sun, Nov 16, 17, 18 & Nov 30, Dec 1, 2
                       Fri 6:00 – 9:00pm, Sat/Sun 8:00am – 4:00pm
sPA AND WELLNEss




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  FLEMinG PUbLiC MASSAGE CLiniC
  The School of Education, Health and Wellness provides a Public
  Massage Clinic on campus at 599 Brealey Drive, Peterborough
  Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 – 9:00 pm . Services provided
  by Fleming Massage Therapy students include assessment and
  treatment plans at a cost of $30 .00 .

                       Contact Jennifer Chambers
                        at 705-749-5530 ext . 1708
                      or jechambe@flemingc .on .ca




inspired Performance Seminar
This inspiring seminar on living a happier life that is balanced and
fulfilled takes place at Port Hope’s elegant Dorset Manor Spa, an
extension of the widely known Ste . Anne’s Spa . Enjoy gourmet food
and a beautiful overnight stay . Relaxation methods, time management
techniques, effective communication skills, combined with humour,
imagination and creative thinking will assist you in feeling a renewed
sense of purpose and balance in your personal and business life . Gentle
Yoga class included . Spa services are additional . You will receive a
$20 gift certificate towards any spa services you desire . To register, call
Colleen at 905 .372 .6865 ext . 5000 .
ARTS 1762 – Shared accommodations        $660 .00                              “Essentials,	the	Spa	at	Fleming,”	our	state-of-the-art	spa	at	the	Cobourg	
ARTS 1763 – Single accommodations        $690 .00                              Campus,	offers	a	unique	learning	environment	for	training	in	Esthetics	
The Dorset Manor Spa, 175 Dorset Street West, Port Hope                        and Spa Therapies. This modern space of soothing colours and natural
Thu, Sep 13, 5:00pm – Fri, Sep 14, 4:00pm                                      light is equipped with 12 spa beds and five manicure stations. The 12
                                                                               private treatment areas are fully equipped for students to perform a full
Thu, Oct 18, 5:00pm – Fri, Oct 19, 4:00pm
                                                                               range of esthetic and body treatments, with facial machines, wax pots,
Thu, Nov 8, 5:00pm – Fri, Nov 9, 4:00pm                                        hot stones and UV sterilizing cabinets. This student-centric teaching/
                                                                               learning environment will prepare you to confidently take your place in
                                                                               the esthetics industry.
     Spa Management Grad Certificate – OnLinE & in-CLASS                                                        new!


     Is This for You? This certificate would be of interest for managers or
                                                                                     Semester 1
     those aspiring to be managers or owners in the health and wellness
     sector . You will add a specialized skill set to your problem-solving and       BUSN 147             Orientation and Professional Portfolio Workshop 3
     analytical skills, leadership abilities and communication and organiza-
                                                                                     BUSN 150             Managing Canadian Spa Environments 3
     tional skills .
                                                                                     COSM 31              Fundamentals of Spa and Spa Services, Planning,
     Certificate Highlights: This unique Ontario College Graduate Certificate                             Design and Development 3
     offered part-time consists of an on-site Orientation and Portfolio
                                                                                     BUSN 148             Entrepreneurship and Evolution of the Modern Spa
     workshop in Peterborough, 12 online courses and two Internship
     experiences .                                                                   ORGB 14              Negotiating Skills for Spa Managers
                                                                                     Semester 2
     You will gain practical knowledge of the management role in today’s
     spa industry . In-depth courses provide an opportunity for you to apply,        FLPL 173             Spa Internship I
     develop, analyze and evaluate all the key components of successful spa
                                                                                     COSM 32              Spa and Hospitality Operations
     management including, entrepreneurship, leadership, finance, opera-
     tions, human resources and customer service .                                   MKTG 125             Revenue, Merchandising and Sales
                                                                                     MKTG 126             Marketing Innovations in the Spa
     Flexible, fully-supported online delivery allows students to continue
     working while completing the program .                                          ACCT 89              Financial Management Skills for Spa Directors and
                                                                                                          Owners
     Career Prospects
                                                                                     Semester 3
     	   •	Destination	spas
                                                                                     FLPL 174             Spa Internship II
     	   •	Resort/hotel	spas
     	   •	Day	spas,	medical	spas                                                    MGMT 175             Spa Human Resources Planning and Management
     	   •	Holistic/wellness	centers                                                 MGMT 176             Coaching, Mentoring and Development of the Spa
                                                                                                          Team
     	   •	Cruise	ships
     	   •	International	spas                                                        MGMT 177             Spa Recruitment, Selection and Retention
                                                                                     BUSN 149             Spa Customer Service Management
     Graduates of this certificate can also choose to design, launch and
     manage their own spa business .
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     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.


     Fundamentals of Spa and Spa Services:                                          Orientation and Professional Portfolio Workshop
     Planning, Design and Development                                               The course will orient Spa Management students to the program, the
     Students will evaluate and design a sustainable spa layout that uses           spa business plan and the components of a professional portfolio which
     space effectively, enhances customer and employee comfort and safety,          will showcase the student’s spa industry skills and abilities . The profes-
     and creates a relaxing aesthetic environment . The learner will also           sional portfolio will demonstrate the graduate’s skills and abilities as well
     examine spa services and treatments based on holistic and traditional          as transition the graduate into his or her own spa management career .
     philosophies .                                                                 BUSN 147            $88 .32
     COSM 31               $331 .20    Online, Sun, Sep 23 – Dec 23                 Ptbo (Sutherland) Sun, Sep 16                     12:00 – 5:00pm and
                                                                                                      Mon, Sep 17                     9:00am – 4:00pm
     Makeup Artistry & Cosmetology
     Learn how to apply makeup to enhance a client’s good features while            Stress, Wellness and nutrition
     diminishing unflattering ones . Natural makeup looks, bridal, mature           Gain an understanding of the importance of how to deal with both
     and evening looks, industry looks, such as photography and remedial            positive and negative stress in your life for your vital long-term health .
     camouflage for scars, birthmarks, and tattoos will also be taught .            HLTH 102                 $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     In addition to the course fee, there is a supply fee of approximately
     $110 .00 (depending on product line) plus text .                               therapeutic touch
     COSM 9                $297 .00                                                 This non-invasive holistic approach is well-documented as a technique
     Cobourg              Wed, Sep 12 – Dec 19        6:30 – 9:30pm                 that elicits a profound relaxation response, prevents stress and burn
                                                                                    out, aids wound healing and reduces pain . It is an excellent intervention
     Managing Canadian Spa Environments                                             for first aid and is used widely in palliative care . This course completes
                                                                                    Level I of the three basic levels, outlined by the Ontario Therapeutic
     In this course both theoretical and practical fundamentals of managerial
                                                                                    Touch Network and is open to lay people as well as professionals . A
     work are explored and experienced . Through self-assessments, discus-
                                                                                    required text is available for purchase prior to the first session .
     sions, text readings, and experiential activities, students will learn about
     management competencies and will have an opportunity to connect                HLTH 85                  $79 .20
     their learning to the spa workplace .                                          Cobourg                Thu, Sep 27 – Oct 18       6:30 – 9:30pm
     BUSN 150              $331 .20    Online, Mon, Sep 24 – Dec 17
                                               6:00 – 9:00pm
TrADEs AND TrANsPOrTATION




Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming           55
semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.

3D Computer Modeling and Drafting ☼                                             Computer Skills in trades ☼
Study the basics of three-dimensional modeling and drafting using               This course covers the use of operating systems and web to generate
Google SketchUp . Drafting concepts and standards applicable to                 professional reports and quotations . Creating spreadsheets using MS
the solar industry will be developed and applied to projects . You will         Excel for business applications will also be examined .
use SketchUp to visually explore mathematical concepts applicable               COMP 370              $198 .00    Cobourg
to photovoltaics and as an analytical tool for site studies and shade
analysis . Solar projects will be designed from the ground up and tested        Electrical Fundamentals ☼
using this powerful program .
                                                                                Gain a fundamental understanding of electricity, electronics, and the
ELCT 113              $297 .00     Cobourg                                      Canadian Electrical code relating to photovoltaic systems, including
                                                                                electrical theory and the relationship between potential, current,
Applied Projects (Solar) ☼                                                      resistance and power . Topics include: Conductors, Semiconductors and
This course takes the knowledge learned in the Solar Photovoltaic               Series and Parallel circuits, AC and DC circuits, rectification and inverter
System Planning & Installation Certificate program and applies it to            design and construction and electrical generation technologies . You will
real-life project design and equipment installation . Practical field experi-   design, build and test DC circuits using photovoltaic cells .
ences give students experience in specifying, adapting, implementing,           ELCT 115              $297 .00    Cobourg
configuring, installing, inspecting and maintaining photovoltaic (PV)
systems . These experiences include: site analysis, field trips, site visits    Mathematics for Solar installation and Maintenance ☼
to existing solar installations, some hands-on installation training and
                                                                                Basic mathematical principles and geometry skills are studied as
working with solar equipment and panels .
                                                                                required by the learner entering a trade . Topics include whole numbers,
CNST 145              $457 .30     Cobourg                                      fractions, decimals, and the S .I . and imperial systems of measurement,
                                                                                including conversions between systems . Mensuration, ratio and propor-
beyond Excellence in Customer Service ☼                                         tion, perimeter, area, and volume, Pythagorean Theorem, trigonometry,
This professional workshop will help you identify the tools that will allow     and trade-related problems will also be covered . The basic principles
you to grow in this essential skill set . Study the concepts of service,        of geometry will include line-work, angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, and
including the importance of delivering superior customer service, and           circles .
developing verbal and non-verbal communication skills to identify               MATH 113              $323 .40    Cobourg
and meet customers’ needs and resolve their complaints . Learn how
to exceed customers’ expectations, earn their loyalty and support a
customer-focused service culture .
COMP 370              $198 .00     Cobourg
                                                                                ☼ This	course	is	part	of	the	Solar	Photovoltaic	System	Planning	&	
                                                                                   Installation	Certificate	program.	See	next	page.
                                                                                   Call 905-372-6865 x5000 for course dates and times.
     Ozone Depletion training Certification Course                                Renewable Energies ☼
     Based on Environment Canada’s ‘Code of Practice for Reducing CFC             In this course students will investigate the current and future of
     Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems’, this course        renewable energy generation . Solar electric, solar heat, wind, biomass,
     deals with environmentally correct equipment design, proper handling         alcohol, geothermal, hydro electric and hydrogen technologies are
     of CFC/HCFC/HFC and will prepare the you for complying with provincial       examined, discussed and compared . Students will be given an under-
     regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems . A          standing of inverter technologies, distribution and storage of renewably
     mark of 75% or better on the exam will make you eligible to receive          generated electricity . Using industry standard RET Screen software,
     certification in the form on an Ozone Depletion Prevention (ODP) card        students will model and evaluate the environmental and economic
     (Ontario Only) or an Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) card (all other        dimensions of large and small scale renewable projects . Corequisite:
     provinces) . Please note: This course is strictly theory and does not        Electrical Fundamentals .
     incorporate hands-on training .                                              ELCT 114                $198 .00    Cobourg
     MECH 108             $195 .24
     Ptbo (McRae)        Mon, Nov 19                 8:00am – 2:00pm              Solar installation Job Site Safety ☼
                                                                                  This course emphasizes the safety aspects encountered on a solar
     Pre Master Electrician                                                       installation job site . Students will earn their Fall Protection and Hoisting
     The Pre-Master Electrician Preparatory Training Course is designed           & Rigging certifications during this course .
     to improve the qualifications of Master Electricians and to assist those     CNST 140                $158 .40    Cobourg
     preparing to write the qualifying Master Electrician Examination . This
     course reviews portions of the Electrical Safety Code, the Ontario           Solar Photovoltaics ☼
     Building Code, important legislation, electrical calculations, and           Gain a working knowledge of photovoltaic design and installation and
     common trade and business practices . The Master Electrician license         will prepare you to challenge the entry-level NABCEP PV Installer exam .
     cannot be obtained without 3 years experience (as per Regulation             Course topics include: site design and analysis, system components,
     570/05); therefore you will only be eligible to write the exam after         installation, troubleshooting, regulatory practices and maintenance .
     meeting these minimum requirements .                                         In labs, students will practice their analytical skills, confirming the
     ELCT 68            $316 .80                                                  principles covered in theory . You will also use standard PV practices to
     Ptbo (Sutherland) Wed, Sep 12 – Nov 28          6:00 – 10:00pm               solve problems in a variety of simulation exercises .
                                                                                  CNST 150                $751 .80    Cobourg

     ☼ This	course	is	part	of	the	Solar	Photovoltaic	System	Planning	&	Installation	Certificate	program.	
        Call 905-372-6865 x5000 for course dates and times.


56   Solar Photovoltaic System Planning & installation Certificate – in-CLASS                                                                   new!


     Is This for You? This certificate is a great add-on for anyone already       Certificate Code: SIM
     employed in the trades industry as well as those looking for a career in     $2789 .02 (+ textbooks)
     the green energy industry . It would be a suitable program of study for:
                                                                                  Cobourg            Mon – Fri, Sep 4 – Dec 7 8:30am – 4:30pm
     	      h
          •		 igh	school	graduates	with	an	interest	in	green	energy	who	want	
            some experience in the area of solar planning and installation
                                                                                                     For more information or to register,
     	      c
          •		 onstruction	trades	employees	involved	in	renovations	and	
            building of new residential projects and small commercial projects              contact Colleen Johnston at 905-372-6865 ext . 5000
     	    •		hose	employed	in	other	green	energy	businesses	who	wish	to	
            t                                                                                            or coljohns@flemingc .on .ca
            add a second skill set
     	      g
          •		 raduates	of	related	program	areas	in	the	electrical/electronic	
            field who wish to develop a specialized skill set
                                                                                   Core Courses
     	      s
          •		 elf-employed	tradespeople	who	wish	to	branch	their	business	
            into a growing field                                                   ELCT 113             3D Computer Modeling and Drafting 3
     Certificate Highlights: This comprehensive 14-week program will               BUSN 142             Beyond Excellence in Customer Service 3
     equip you with the skills sought after by employers in Ontario’s largest      COMP 370             Computer Skills in Trades 3
     growth industry, Solar Photovoltaics . The curriculum has been designed
     to meet the criteria for the North American Board of Certified Energy         ELCT 115             Electrical Fundamentals 3
     Practitioners .                                                               MATH 113             Math for Solar Installation & Maintenance 3
     Career Prospects: When the Ontario Government passed the “Green               ELCT 114             Renewable Energies 3
     Energy and Green Economy Act” into law on May 14, 2009, one of its
     objectives was to create over 50,000 jobs in the green energy sector          CNST 140             Solar Installation Job Site Safety 3
     in the first four years . Many of those jobs will be in the manufacturing,    CNST 150             Solar Photovoltaics 3
     design and installation of solar photovoltaics . The Solar PV industry
     in Ontario experienced a record breaking expansion in 2011 and that           HLTH 100             WHMIS Online 3
     trend is expected to continue through 2012 with an expected growth of         CNST 145             Applied Project 3
     over 100% in PV installations . With this certificate you may be able to
     enter into a career in:                                                                            First Aid 3
     	    •	Solar	panel	and	system	installation,	                                 3 offered this fall
     	    •	Shade	analysis	and	site	feasibility	studies
     	    •	System	design
     	    •	Technical	sales
     	    •	Maintenance	and	troubleshooting
     	    •	Project	supervision/management
                                                                             tRAnSPORtAtiOn
  Workplace Hazardous Materials information System
                                                                             Motorcycle M2 Exit Course
  WHMiS                                                                      Our M2 Exit course is recognized by the Ministry of Transportation in
  Required training for many workplaces, our comprehensive                   Ontario to issue permanent ‘M’ licences . Once you pass the M2 Exit
  WHMIS seminar is designed to meet legislated requirements                  course, no further testing is required . This means that you do not
  under the Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and                   have to go to the Ministry of Transportation for testing . This course
  Regulations . This course includes the core components of The              is designed for the experienced street rider who wants to make the
  Responsibilities under WHMIS, Material Labeling Requirements,              most of their riding skills, gain a permanent licence, and learn safety
  Reading Material Safety Data Sheets and Control Programs .                 management techniques . Students must show up at 6:30pm on Friday
  HLTH 52              $59 .73                                               with their motorcycles and ready to ride . There will be a practical skills
                                                                             evaluation period included in the first class .
  Haliburton           Sat, Nov 24                  9:00am – 12:00pm
                                                                             You will learn defensive driving techniques and vehicle control, refresh
  WHMiS On-line                                                              your low speed skills, practice emergency measures, perform in traffic
                                                                             situations, practice high speed pattern riding and ride using advanced
  Study in your own home, your workplace, or at one of our locations
                                                                             riding procedures . Thanks to constant wireless communications you will
  at your own pace to complete this certification . Perfect for
                                                                             be safely escorted through intersections, left and right turns, commer-
  rounding out a resume or updating your staff on current legislation
                                                                             cial and residential traffic, and you will also learn expressway skills .
  and safety information . (Internet and audio-enabled computer
                                                                             Prerequisite: Applicants must be in possession of an ‘M2’ graduated
  required) .
                                                                             licence for a minimum of 18 months . NOTE: A refund will only be
  HLTH 100               $28 .92     Online, Start anytime                   issued if you withdraw at least 7 days prior to the course start date .
                                                                             Wavier form can be downloaded from Fleming’s Continuing Education
                                                                             website in the Certificates and Specializations section .
Construction Skills Courses in Peterborough                                  RECR 68       $463 .06
Daytime courses in Masonry, Electrical Wiring, Carpentry, Drafting,
                                                                             Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri, Sep 14 – 16
Prints and Plumbing are available this fall . See flemingcollege .ca/
                                                                                               Fri, 6:30 – 10:30pm
con_ed for dates and times .
                                                                                               Sat, 7:00am – 12:00pm or 12:00pm – 5:00pm
                                                                                               Sun, 1 hour test between 7:00am and 3:00pm

APPREntiCESHiP ExEMPtiOn tEStinG                                             Motorcycle training
                                                                             This training is designed for new riders or those wishing to further
Fleming College is pleased to offer Apprenticeship Exemption Testing         develop their skills . It covers the basics of motorcycle riding, manoeu-
in most trades . A successful exemption test will allow you to be exempt     vring, collision avoidance skills, and defensive driving techniques . At the   57
from the classroom portion of apprenticeship in your trade however           end of the course you are tested for your “M2” class licence on the bike
will not exempt you from the required working hours for your trade .         you have learned on . (You must have a valid “M1” permit, the written
Tests are available to registered apprentices and those who, while not       test, prior to taking the course if you wish to be tested) . A helmet, heavy
registered, have trade experience . Successful tests are valid for two       jacket, gloves, slacks and leather footwear are necessary . Graduates
years from the date of the test for nonapprentices .                         may qualify for insurance premium discounts and shorten the time
Tests must be successfully completed in order (e .g . Level 1 (Basic),       required before you can test for the “M” exit test . Prerequisite: You must
Level 2 (Intermediate), Level 3 (Advanced)) . To ensure your eligibility     be 16 years of age before the start of the course .
and the availability of the correct test,you must contact us at least 1      RECR 67             $499 .52
week prior to the date you wish to write .
                                                                             Ptbo (Sutherland) Fri, Sep 14 – 16 2012
Testing sessions will be held at the McRae Campus, Peterborough on                             Fri 7:00pm – 10:00pm Sat/Sun 9:00am – 5:00pm
the following dates beginning at 6:00pm:
                                                                                               Fri, Sep 28 – 30, 2012
    Wed, Sep 12, 2012                                                                          Fri 7:00pm – 10:00pm Sat/Sun 9:00am – 5:00pm
    Wed, Oct 10, 2012
                                                                             z Endorsement – Air brakes
    Wed, Nov 14, 2012
                                                                             The Ontario Ministry of transportation requires drivers of air-brake-
    Wed, Dec 12, 2012
                                                                             equipped vehicles to have a Z endorsement on their license . This
Cost $150 .00                                                                course includes a 1-hour exam and a 40-minute practical test, which
To register please call 705-749-5530 x2290 .                                 is individually scheduled on the third day . (Your presence will not be
                                                                             required for the full day .) Upon successful completion we will issue
For inquiries and additional information please call 705-749-5530
                                                                             the necessary forms and certification that you require for you license
x2281 .
                                                                             upgrade .
                                                                             MECH 79               $372 .71
                                                                             Lindsay (Frost)     Sat & Sun, Sat, Nov 10 – 11 & 17 8:30am – 4:00pm
tRADES PRE-ExAMinAtiOn PREP COURSES
Preparing to write your examination for their Certificate of Qualification
(CofQ) . Students who have taken these courses in the past have been
very successful when writing the CofQ .
We offer pre-examination courses for the following trades:                      Fleming also offers certification in:
CNST 35 Construction & Maintenance Electrician (electrical) (60 hrs)
                                                                                     – Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG), see page 49 .
CNST 34 General Carpentry (60 hrs)
McRae Campus, Peterborough                                                           – Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, see page 33 .
$396 .00 per course (does not include text)
Courses are scheduled to meet demand . Please call 705-749-5530                      – Fall Protection, see page 48 .
x2290 to have your name added to the next session’s enrolment list .
     Home inspection Certificate – OnLinE
     Is This for You? To be a successful home inspector, you need to be            Career Prospects
     thorough with good investigative skills . You will also require excellent     	     •	Self-employment	as	Home	Inspector
     interpersonal skills to communicate your findings in laymen’s terms to
     your customers, with diplomatic sensibilities, when the results are not as    	     •	Home	Inspector	for	Real	Estate	Development	companies
     anticipated . Most home inspectors enjoy the freedoms and responsibili-       	     •	Building	Consultant
     ties of being self-employed .
     Certificate Highlights: Home Inspection has become a standard part
                                                                                       ONLINE
     of the home purchase procedure . Get certified by a program that has
     been developed in cooperation with the Ontario Association of Home                Core Courses
     Inspectors (OAHI) and incorporates the Standards of Practice of the
                                                                                       CNST 100           Exterior Inspection 3
     American Society of Home Inspectors/Canadian Association of Home
     and Property Inspectors (ASHI/CAHPI) . The courses are organized into             CNST 101           Heating Inspection I 3
     subject areas that describe the materials used in the construction of
                                                                                       CONST 102          Heating Inspection II 3
     each house system and how these are assembled . Possible causes and
     implications of problems that result from the construction of a home are          CNST 103           Interior/Insulation Inspection 3
     integrated within each course . The program gives you clear direction on
                                                                                       CNST 105           Plumbing Inspection 3
     what to look for during an inspection .
          Successful completion of this program fulfills the academic                  CNST 106           Roofing Inspection 3
     entrance requirements of the Ontario Association of Home Inspectors               CNST 107           Structural Inspection 3
     (OAHI), provided that a 70% average is maintained in each of the
     subjects being submitted to OAHI for consideration . Admission to the             CNST 97            Air Conditioning and Heat Pump Inspection 3
     OAHI has requirements and conditions in addition to these academic                CNST 99            Electrical Inspection 3
     subjects, such as the Defect Recognition and Reporting Subject, which
     must be taken through the OAHI directly .                                         COMM 52            Communication/Professional Practices 3

     Textbooks: Cost of textbook for each course is currently $273 .25+ HST        3 offered this fall
     (subject to change without notice) . Textbooks can be pre-purchased at
     the Fleming bookstore by calling 1-866-353-6464 ext 1654 .


     Courses are listed alphabetically. Fees do not include text books. Certificate requirements not listed in the descriptions are available in upcoming
     semesters. See www.flemingcollege.ca/con_ed for more information.
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     Air Conditioning and Heat Pump inspection                                     Heating inspection ii
     Emphasis in this course is on cooling systems and heat pumps . You will       Focus on inspection of vent systems, flues and chimneys, as well as fire-
     learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques .   places, other wood heating appliances, steam and electric heating systems .
     CNST 97               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7                       CNST 102              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7

     Communication/Professional Practices                                          interior/insulation inspection
     The professional home inspector is required, both verbally and in             Delve into the inspection of thermal insulation, vapor retarders and
     writing, to describe the inspection process and communicate inspec-           ventilation systems, as well as the inspection of interior elements of
     tion findings to the client . Develop your oral and written communication     residential dwellings such as walls, ceilings, floors, basements, doors,
     skills and learn the reporting requirements and proper conduct required       windows, interior stairs/railings, installed countertops and cabinets and
     of a professional in this industry .                                          garage doors/door operators .
     COMM 52               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7                       CNST 103              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7

     Electrical inspection                                                         Plumbing inspection
     Acquire the knowledge to inspect the performance of the following             Prepare to inspect the interior water supply and distribution systems
     components of the electrical systems within residential buildings:            (including fixtures and faucets), as well as water heating equipment and
     service drops, grounding systems, service panels, wiring systems,             drain/vent/waste systems and their related fixtures .
     devices and fixtures .                                                        CNST 105              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     CNST 99               $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                   Roofing inspection
     Exterior inspection                                                           The emphasis in the course is on typical defects of the various types
     Explore inspection of retaining walls, grounds, window wells, lot grading,    of roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings, skylights, chimneys
     driveways, patios, walkways, decks, balconies, stoops and steps,              and other roof penetrations . You will apply your knowledge of roofing
     porches, railing, wall cladding, flashing trim, eaves, soffits, fascia as     to inspections that focus on system performance, safety concerns and
     well as exterior doors and windows . You will also learn how to describe      compliance with existing codes and standards .
     exterior wall coverings .                                                     CNST 106              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
     CNST 100              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7
                                                                                   Structural inspection
     Heating inspection i                                                          Focus on the structural components of a residential dwelling . Topics
     Focus on inspection of installed heating systems (gas and oil furnaces        include foundations and footings, floors, walls and roof/ceiling struc-
     and hot water boilers) . Emphasis is on the inspector’s ability to identify   tures . Students learn to apply knowledge of structures to inspections
     the energy source, type, material, condition, and safety concerns, as         that focus on system performance, safety concerns, and compliance
     well as inspecting the heating equipment .                                    with good construction practices .
     CNST 101              $347 .20     Online, starts Sep 7                       CNST 107              $347 .20    Online, starts Sep 7
GENErAL INFOrMATION
ACADEMiC REGULAtiOnS                                                                  and a range of social justice clubs, offers training to students and staff and
                                                                                      organizes diversity events
Academic regulations apply to all credit courses and programs at Fleming
College . Copies of these regulations are available in the Registrar’s Office         ExEMPtiOnS
at Frost Campus in Lindsay and Sutherland Campus on Brealey Drive in
                                                                                      Exemptions are requirements met through successful completion of a course
Peterborough or on our web site at www .flemingcollege .com
                                                                                      of equal standing . To apply for an exemption, you must supply an official
ADMiSSiOn GUiDELinES                                                                  transcript of completion (if completed outside Fleming) and course outline
                                                                                      to the course coordinator for approval . If approved, “Exempt” will appear on
For most courses, a student must be 19 years of age or have an OSSD . Some
                                                                                      your transcript .
certificate programs include additional requirements which are listed within
this publication .                                                                    FEES
APPLyinG FOR COLLEGE CERtiFiCAtES                                                     Tuition fees for most part-time courses are $5 .40 per hour . The part-time
                                                                                      service fee is $0 .71 per course hour to a maximum of $45 .00 per course .
Please keep track of your individual subject completions and apply to the
                                                                                      The service fee is included in the advertised price and provides services
Records Office when you believe you are eligible for certification .
                                                                                      at various campus locations . Tuition fees are payable in full prior to the
AUDit                                                                                 commencement of the course or program .
Auditing a course means you may attend class and receive instructions but             FEEDbACk/EVALUAtiOn
are otherwise free from completing class assignments, tests or formal evalua-
                                                                                      During the last few weeks of classes, you will be asked to candidly evaluate
tion . Please make this request at the time of registration . Normal course fees
                                                                                      the course and the services received at Fleming . Your feedback will assist
will apply . The grade “Audit” will appear on your transcript .
                                                                                      us in making our future sessions as meaningful as possible and is greatly
bOOkStORE                                                                             appreciated .
Unless otherwise noted, the course fees shown in this publication do not              FinAnCiAL AiD
include the cost of text books and other course material .
                                                                                      Financial Aid may be available to students studying part time . To obtain
Most theory courses require texts . You can purchase these via our                    more information on the following Financial Aid Programs, please contact
bookstores . We pre-order a sufficient number of books prior to the start of          the Financial Aid Officer at the Sutherland Campus in Peterborough
your class but cannot predict last-minute registrations . It is helpful if you        705- 749-5530 or the Frost Campus in Lindsay 705-324-9144 .
register for your course well in advance of the start date to assist with these
                                                                                      You may be eligible for OSAP funding as a part-time student . When you
arrangements .
                                                                                      apply for part-time OSAP you are automatically considered for funding under
The Bookstore is usually open the first night of class to purchase texts . For        the following programs: Part-time Canada Student Loan, Canada Student
current hours of operation call:                                                      Grant for students with Permanent Disabilities, Canada Student Grant for
     Sutherland: 705-749-5539 or 1-866-353-6464                                       part-time studies, Canada Student Grant for students with dependents and
     Frost: 705-878-9307 or 1-866-353-6464
                                                                                      Ontario Part-time Grant . For more information related to the part-time OSAP      59
                                                                                      programs visit the OSAP website at: osap .gov .on .ca
     Haliburton 705-457-1680
                                                                                      Fleming Bursaries: Non-repayable bursaries may be available for part-time
At Cobourg and McRae campuses the text books are available for sale on the            students who demonstrate financial commitment to their studies, satisfactory
first night of the class . Cash sales only in Cobourg please . To purchase by         academic progress and are in need . Students’ needs will be assessed by
credit card from our Peterborough bookstore, please visit www .bkstr .com             the Financial Aid Office . Students should have explored alternate sources
                                                                                      of funding such as the Government Programs listed above . Supporting
CALEnDAR ACCURACy
                                                                                      documentation for each of the above programs may be requested .
The material in this calendar has been prepared in advance of the academic            Watch the Fleming College Website at: flemingcollege .ca/financial-aid/
session to which it pertains . The information presented herein was the most          scholarships-and-bursaries .
current and accurate information available at the time of printing . Fleming
College reserves the right to make changes without further notice . For the           FREEDOM OF inFORMAtiOn
most current information, please visit www .flemingcollege .com .                     Information is collected under the legal authority of the Ministry of Training,
                                                                                      Colleges and Universities Act, R .S .O . 1980, Chapter 272, s%: R .R .O . 1980,
COURSE CAnCELLAtiOnS
                                                                                      Regulation 640 . This information is used for administrative purposes of the
If We Cancel: Please register early . Fleming College may find it necessary to        College such as class lists and mailing lists . For further information, you
cancel a course due to low enrolment . When the college cancels a course, a           may contact the Dean of Continuing Education and Skilled Trades, 555
full refund of fees will be granted .                                                 Bonaccord Street, Peterborough, Ontario K9J 7B1, (705) 749-5530 .
If You Cancel: Once you are registered in a course you take charge of your
academic performance . Please note that discontinuing attending classes               HARASSMEnt POLiCy
does not constitute a withdrawal . All notification of withdrawals must be            Fleming is committed to providing a learning and working environment that
received in writing .                                                                 is free of harassment and discrimination and which values and supports
For courses of two weeks or less in length: If you withdraw any time up to            diversity . Members of the College community are supported by trained staff
14 days prior to the start of class you will receive a full refund, less a $25 .00    when they are dealing with complaints of harassment and discrimination .
administrative fee . If you withdraw later than 14 days prior to the start of         We have policies and procedures to help us identify, respond to and resolve
class there is no refund of fees .                                                    these issues . The policy is based on the Ontario Human Rights Code’s
                                                                                      prohibited grounds . For more information, please contact the College’s
For courses greater than two weeks in length: If you withdraw any time up to          Human Rights Officer at (705) 749-5530 or see our web site at: http://
the start of class you will receive a full refund, less a $25 .00 administrative      fleming0 .flemingc .on .ca/hod/hd/welcome .htm
fee . If you withdraw later than the start of class there is no refund of fees .
For web-based courses:You can withdraw from an online course or swap into             HAVE yOU MOVED?
a different one for up to two weeks after the official start date of the course . A   Please make sure to notify the Registrar’s Office when you change your
$25 administration fee applies to dropped courses . No refund will be issued          mailing address . Returned mail will be retained for two months, after which
after this date .                                                                     time the information will be destroyed . There will be a charge for re-issuing
                                                                                      documents . Also note that the College cannot be responsible for information
DiVERSity                                                                             lost in the mail .
Fleming College believes that diversity and inclusion are the cornerstones
of global citizenship, equity and success for both students and staff .               nAME CHAnGE
The Fleming College Diversity Office Supports the College community in                Please note that appropriate documentation is required for any name change
promoting equity and celebrating diversity . It encourages student leadership         on student files .
     PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT ANd RECOGNITION                                                 the address that we have on file for you. Processing refunds will take 4-6
     Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) is based on the premise                  weeks. If you do not receive your refund within 4-6 weeks after withdrawing
     that many adults acquire skills and knowledge through work experience;                    from the college please contact the Cashiers office at ext 1796.
     community, home and volunteer activities; training programs; non-college                  SERvICE ChARGE
     and independent study and travel and leisure activities. The PLAR system
     evaluates this learning and relates it to formal courses and programs at                  There is a $25.00 service fee on NSF cheques and on declined credit cards.
     educational institutions. Using PLAR, adult candidates who can demonstrate
                                                                                               STATUTORy hOLIdAyS
     or document that they have achieved the learning outcomes of a given
     course, may be given formal college credit. It may save you time and money                The College is closed on all statutory holidays. For the upcoming semesters,
     to examine whether or not you would qualify for such credit. For further                  these days are:
     information, contact the Registrar’s Office at 705-749-5530.                                       Aug 6 – Civic Holiday (Haliburton campus open)
     REFUNdS                                                                                            Sept 3 – Labour Day
     Fees paid by Credit Card will be refunded to the same credit card. Cheques                         Oct 8 – Thanksgiving
     will be issued for any other method of payment you have made and sent to                           Dec 22 to Jan 1 – Christmas



                                                                                                                               PETERBOROUGH (BREALEY)
                                                                                                                               Sutherland Campus
                                                                                                                               599 Brealey Drive
                                                                                                                               Peterborough, ON K9J 7B1

                                                                                                                               Ph: 705-749-5530 ext. 2290
                                                                                                                               Toll Free: 1-866-353-6464 ext. 2290
                                                                                                                               Fax: 705-749-5507
                                                                                                                               Email: info@flemingc.on.ca




                                                                                                                               PETERBOROUGH (BONACCORD)
                                                                                                                               McRae Campus
                                                                                                                               555 Bonaccord Street
                                                                                                                               P. O. Box 4350
                                                                                                                               Peterborough, ON K9J 7B1


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                                                                                                                               Toll Free: 1-888-269-6929 ext. 2290
                                                                                                                               Fax: 705-741-3279
                                                                                                                               Email: info@flemingc.on.ca



                                                                                                                               LINDSAY
                                                                                                                               Frost Campus
                                                                                                                               200 Albert St. S.
                                                                                                                               P. O. Box 8000
                                                                                                                               Lindsay, ON K9V 5E6

                                                                                                                               Ph: 705-324-9144 ext. 3310
                                                                                                                               Toll Free: 1-866-353-6464 ext. 3310
                                                                                                                               Fax: 705-878-9309
                                                                                                                               Email: info@flemingc.on.ca



                                                                                                                               COBOURG
                                                                                                                               Cobourg Campus
                                                                                                                               1005 Elgin Street West
                                                                                                                               Cobourg, ON K9A 5J4

                                                                                                                               Ph: 905-372-6865 ext. 5000
                                                                                                                               Toll Free: 1-866-353-6464 ext. 2290
                                                                                                                               Fax: 905-372-8570
                                                                                                                               Email: info@flemingc.on.ca




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3D Computer Modeling and Drafting 55                                                                              Dramatic Scriptwriting 44
911 Operator 52                                                                                                   Drawing & Colour 7
                                                                                                                  Drawing & Painting from the Model – Advanced
                                                                                                                    Workshop 7


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                                                               Cake Decorating – Fondant Workshop 28
                                                                                                                  Dynamic Web Sites with AMP (Apache, MySQL and
                                                               Canadian Firearm Safety and Hunter Safety            PHP) 24
                                                                 (One-Stop Program) 48
                                                               Canadian Firearm Safety (PAL) 47



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Abnormal Psychology 32
                                                               Canadian Restricted Firearm Safety 48
Abuse & Family Violence 38
                                                               Canadian Wildland Firefighters Exchange Fitness
Accessibility Legislation and Application 38                     Standard 51
Accounting and Bookkeeping 21                                  Chain Bracelet Workshop 7
                                                                                                                  Ecologically Sustainable Trail 50
Accounting Basics 20                                           Chainsaw Operator 48
                                                                                                                  Education 39
Acrylic Painting Techniques 10                                 Children’s Mental Health Certificate 31
                                                                                                                  Educational & Recreational Programming 39
Acrylic Stain Painting Workshop 6                              Christmas Ornaments – Folded Metal Workshop 7
                                                                                                                  Electrical Fundamentals 55
Acrylics Workshop 6                                            Cognitive Development, Trauma and Loss –
                                                                                                                  Electrical Inspection 58
Activation Techniques 33                                         Children’s’ Mental Health Focus 32
                                                                                                                  Emergency Management 51
Adobe Dreamweaver (Web Page Authoring) 23                      Communication and the Food Service Worker 28
                                                                                                                  Employment Law for Leadership Development 15
Adobe Illustrator – Digital Illustration & Design 23           Communication/Professional Practices 58
                                                                                                                  Employment Law (LDS) 15
Adobe Photoshop – Basic 23                                     Communications I 43
                                                                                                                  Encaustic Mixed Media & Collage 7
Adobe Photoshop – Level 1 23                                   Community and Social Services 38, 39
                                                                                                                  Encaustic & Photo Transfer Workshop 7
Adobe Photoshop Workshop 24                                    Compensation Administration 19
                                                                                                                  Enhancing Communication and Interpersonal Skills in
Adult Learning 39                                              Compensation Management 19
                                                                                                                    Dementia Care 32
Advanced Food Safety Training 28                               Comprehending Diagnostic Tests 36
                                                                                                                  Environment Management, An Introduction 48
A+ Essentials – Operating Systems 23                           Comprehending Medical Terminology 36
                                                                                                                  Essentials in Health Records Management 36
American Sign Language (ASL) Certificate 46                    COMPUTERS 23
                                                                                                                  Essentials of Writing Fiction 44
Applied Projects (Solar) 55                                    Computers – An Introduction 24
                                                                                                                  Event & Conference Planning Certificate 30            61
Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (A .S .I .S .T)   Computers I – Introduction 24
                                                                                                                  Event Management Strategies 30
  33                                                           Computer Skills in Trades 55
                                                                                                                  Event Planning 30
Apprenticeship Exemption Training 57                           Conference Planning 30
                                                                                                                  Event Planning and Protocol 30
Archives 21                                                    Contemporary Landscape Painting 10
                                                                                                                  Executing a Sound Facebook Fan Page Campaign
Arrhythmia Interpretation 35                                   Contemporary Landscape Painting – Advanced II 10     22
Art – Another Language for Connection 6                        Corporate Social Responsibility 16                 Exploring Dementia Care 32
Art Clay Silver: Introductory Workshop 6                       CPR – Basic Rescuer (Level C) 33                   Exterior Inspection 58
Artful Lettering Workshop 6                                    CPR (Level C) Recertification 3, 33
ARTS, PHOTOGRAPHY AND MUSIC 6


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                                                               Creating a Dementia Care Skill Kit 32
Assessment and Evaluation 39                                   Creative Brush Expressions – Japanese Sumi-e 7
Astronomy 47                                                   Creative Open Studio 7
                                                               Creative Writing Certificate – Online 43
                                                                                                                  Fall Protection 48


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                                                               Creative Writing – Intermediate 43
                                                                                                                  Felted Slippers Workshop 8
                                                               Creative Writing – Open Studio 43
                                                                                                                  Felting Workshop 8
                                                               Creative Writing Workshop 43
                                                                                                                  Finance and Accounting 19, 20
                                                               Criminal Psychology – Psychopathic Minds 51
Bartending 28                                                                                                     Finger-Style Guitar Workshop 11
                                                               Criminology 51
Beaded Jewellery Workshop 7                                                                                       Fire Protection 51
                                                               Critical and Creative Thinking 17
Bear Safety and Awareness 47                                                                                      First Aid/CPR (Level C) 33
                                                               Critical Thinking 44
Beekeeping Workshop 47                                                                                            First Aid – Standard Recertification 33
                                                               Curriculum Development 39
Behaviour Management & Crisis Intervention 36                                                                     Flash – An Introduction 24
Benefits Administration 18                                                                                        Food Service Worker Certificate 27



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Beyond Excellence in Customer Service 55                                                                          Forensic Psychology 51
Bird Carving – Beginner/Intermediate 7                                                                            French 42
Bookkeeping for a Small Business 20                                                                               From Harry Potter to Aslan: Children’s Fantasy 44
Building and Maintaining Customer Relationships 17             Dealing with Difficult People 14                   Fundamentals of Spa and Spa Services: Planning,
Business and Leadership 14                                     Desktop Publishing for Business 24                   Design and Development 54
Business Report Writing 43                                     Developing Web Applications with ASP .NET and C#   Fundraising as a Management Process 40
Business Writing Strategies 43                                   24                                               Fundraising Management Certificate 41
                                                               Digital Arts 13
                                                               Dispute Resolution 15
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                                                      Introduction to Financial Management               Medical Terminology 37
                                                         Accounting 20                                   Meteorology 49
                                                      Introduction to Fundraising 40                     Methods of Fundraising 5, 40
                                                      Introduction to Non-Fiction 44                     Methods of Fundraising & Communication 41
     GENERAL INFORMATION 59
                                                      Introduction to Nutrition 29                       Microsoft Access Specialist (a basic course) 24
     Geological Disasters 48
                                                      Introduction to Perioperative Nursing 35           Microsoft Excel 2010 24
     Gerontology 33
                                                      Introduction to Pharmacology 36                    Microsoft – Excel Specialist (a basic course) 25
     GIS Geographic Information Systems
       – Introduction 48                              Introduction to Project Management 30              Microsoft – Office 2007 – 2010 25
     Global Warming Concepts 48                       Introduction to Psychology 32                      Microsoft PowerPoint 25
     GPS and Wilderness Navigation 49                 Introduction to Sociology 38                       Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 25
     GPS Map and Compass Skills 48                    Intro to Business Management & Organizational      Microsoft Publisher 2010 25
                                                         Behaviour 19
     Grammar for Writing Professionals 44                                                                Microsoft Windows 7 25
                                                      Intro to E-Business 24
     Green Business Management Post-Graduate                                                             Microsoft – Word Specialist (a basic course) 25
       Certificate 16                                 Italian 42
                                                                                                         Mixed Media Collage & Texture 8
     Guitar 11                                                                                           Mixed Media Collage Texture Workshop 9



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     Guitar Basics Workshop 11                                                                           Monitoring Amphibians & Reptiles 49
                                                                                                         Mosaics Workshop 9



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                                                                                                         MySQL Databases 25
                                                      Java Introduction 24




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     Handbuilding Clay Sculpture 8



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     Handbuilding – Clay Torso Workshop 8
     HEALTH 31                                                                                           Natural Resources Career Management 49
     Healthy Adult Aging 32, 33                                                                          Non-violent Crisis Intervention (CPI) 33
     Heating Inspection 58                                                                               Not-for-Profit and Fundraising 40
                                                      Kitchen Assistant Certificate 28
     Home Inspection Certificate 58                                                                      Not for Profit Leadership II: Contemporary Issues
                                                      Knitting Boot Camp Workshop 8
     HOSPITALITY AND CONFERENCE SERVICE 27                                                                 and Practices 41
                                                      Knitting Improv Workshop 8
62   Hospitality Marketing I 30                                                                          Not for Profit Leadership I: Operational
     Hospital Nursing Unit Secretary Certificate 36                                                        Frameworks 41



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     How to: Build Your Own Website Workshop 22                                                          Not-for-Profit Leadership – Online 40

     How to: Measure Social Media Effectiveness 22                                                       Nursing Education Initiative 34

     How to Start a Small Business 15                                                                    Nutrition in Health Care 29

     HTML Intermediate 24                             Landscape Painting – Working the Land 8



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     HTML Introduction 24                             Language Instruction for New Canadians (LINC) 46
     HUMAN AND COMMUNITY SERVICES 38                  Leadership & Career Management 15
     Human Growth and Development 36                  Leadership & Communication 40
     Human Relations 15                               Leadership Development Series 14
                                                                                                         Occupational Health and Safety 19
     Human Relations (LDS) 15                         Leadership in a Team Environment 15, 40
                                                                                                         Occupational Health & Safety 19
     Human Resource Management Principles 19          Leisure Education 39
                                                                                                         Office Administration Certificate 17
     Human Resources Management Certificate 18        Life Drawing Introductory Workshop 8
                                                                                                         Office and Administration 17
     Human Resources Planning and Development 19      Lightroom: Level 1 13
                                                                                                         Ontario Hunter Education 49
                                                      Lightroom: Level 2 13
                                                                                                         Organizational Business Communications 17



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                                                                                                         Orientation and Professional Portfolio Workshop 54



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                                                                                                         Outdoor Skills Certifications 47
                                                                                                         Ozone Depletion Training Certification Course 56

     Independent Project – Fundraising 40



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     Industrial Relations 19                          Management Information Systems 15
     Inspired Performance Seminar 14, 53              Management/Leadership Skills 15, 30
     Institutional Food Service 28                    Managing Canadian Spa Environments 54
     Instructional Techniques 39                      Managing Diverse Learning Environments 39
                                                                                                         Painting for Bird Carvers Workshop 9
     Instructional Technology in Adult Education 39   Managing Files on Your Computer 24
                                                                                                         Painting Fundamentals 9
     Intercultural Communication – Introduction 45    Mathematics for Solar Installation and
                                                                                                         Painting Toward Abstraction Workshop 9
                                                       Maintenance 55
     Interior/Insulation Inspection 58
                                                                                                         Pathophysiology 1 for RPN 35
                                                      Medical Conditions for Medical Office
     Internet Essentials 24
                                                       Professionals 37                                  Payroll Administration 20
     Interpersonal and Group Dynamics 45
                                                      Medical Office Procedures 37                       Pharmacology Theory Review for Nurses 35
     Introduction to Activation 33
                                                      Medical Office Support Staff Certificate 37        Photo Design: Creating Works of Art 13
     Introduction to Children’s Literature 44
                                                      Medical OHIP Billing 37                            Photo Design Level 1 13
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Photo Design Level 2 13
Photographic Studies 12
Photographic Studies – Part 1 12
Photography: Digital SLR 12                           Sanitation and Safety 29                              Understanding Literature 45
Photography Level 1 12                                Security Guard – Basic 52                             Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff
Photography Level 2 12                                SECURITY, LAW AND EMERGENCY SERVICES 51                 37
Photoshop Level 1 13                                  Service Excellence 29                                 Understanding Surgical Procedures for Medical
Photoshop Level 2 13                                                                                          Office Staff 37
                                                      Sign Language 46
Planning and Operations – Event Management 30         Simply Accounting 20



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Plumbing Inspection 58                                Sketching Workshop 10
Poetry Writing 44                                     Slide Guitar Workshop 11
Portrait Workshop 9                                   Small Business Accounting Certificate 20
Practical Project – Event Management 30               Small Business Financial Management 20                Venipuncture and IV Therapy 35
Practicum: Micro Teaching Clinic and Portfolio        Smart Serve 29                                        Video & Filmmaking: An Introduction 12
  Review 39
                                                      Social Media 22                                       Visual Basic – Introduction 26
Precious Metal Clay Enamelling Workshop 9
                                                      Social Media for Business 22
Pre Master Electrician 56



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                                                      Social Media Marketing Series for Small Business
Principles of Convention and Meeting Planning 30        Owners 22
Principles of Ethical Reasoning 38                    Solar Installation Job Site Safety 56
Private Investigator Training 51                      Solar Photovoltaics 56
Programming for Absolute Beginners 25                 Solar Photovoltaic System Planning & Installation     Watercolour Painting – Advanced 11
Programming in C 25                                     Certificate 56                                      Web Site Design – Basic 26
Project Management (LDS) 15                           Spanish 42                                            Web Usability 26
Project Management & Scheduling Software              Spectacular Fall Colours Photography 12               WHMIS 57
  (Microsoft Project) 17                              Spindle Spinning Workshop 10                          WHMIS On-line 57
Psychiatric Disorders Common to the Infant, Child &   Stained Glass Lamp 10                                 Wild Edibles Foraging 101 49
  Adolescent Population 32
                                                      Stained Glass Stepping Stones Workshop 10             Wilderness Survival – Part 1 49
Public Safety Communications Professional (911
                                                      Stained Glass Workshop 10                             Wilderness Survival – Part 2 49
  Operator) 52
                                                      Starting Your Own Small Business 15
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                                                                                                            Wilderness Survival Skills Workshop 49
                                                      Stories & Shadows in Expressive Arts Workshop 38      Wine Council of Ontario 29


Q                                                     Strategic Management of Campaigns 41
                                                      Stress, Wellness and Nutrition 54
                                                      Structural Inspection 58
                                                                                                            Wire Sculpture Workshop 11
                                                                                                            Working and Communicating in a Medical Setting 37
                                                                                                            Writing a Business Manual 45
Quantity Food Preparation 29                          Sustainability Principles, Models & Tools 16          Writing a Proposal 45
QuickBooks 25                                         Sustainable Trails 50                                 Writing For Professionals Certificate – Online 44
QuickBooks Introduction 25                                                                                  Writing for Publication 2 45



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                                                                                                            Writing for Publication I 45



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                                                                                                            Writing for Sales Material 45
                                                                                                            Writing for the Web 45
                                                                                                            Writing Grammatically 45
                                                      Taxation I 20
Records and Information Management 21                                                                       Writing Short Stories 45
                                                      Teacher / Trainer of Adults Certificate – Online 39
Records & Information Management Certificate –        Technical Communications 45



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  Online 21
                                                      Theatre: Setting the Scene 11
Records & Information Management
                                                      Theory & Technique of the Group of Seven 10
  Fundamentals 21
                                                      Therapeutic Recreation 1 33
Recreation Inclusion 33
                                                      Therapeutic Touch 54                                  XML – Introduction 26
Recruitment and Selection 19
                                                      Totem Mask 11
Renewable Energies 56



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                                                      Totem Pole Carving 11
Reptile Biology and Identification 49
                                                      Tracking Lost People 49
Researching and Reporting 21, 45
                                                      Trade Show Management for Conventions 30
Responsible Practices for Green Meeting
  Management 30                                       Trades Pre-Examination Prep Courses 57
                                                                                                            Z Endorsement – Air Brakes 57
Restricted Radio Operator 49                          Trail Business Planning and Law
                                                        & Risk Management 50
Romance Writing 45
                                                      Trail Maintenance & Signage 50
Roofing Inspection 58
                                                      Trail Planning 50
                                                      Training & Development 19
                                                      Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) 49
                                                      Twitter: From Conversation to Conversion 22
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     Registration is now open for all online courses and courses in
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