bAncRoft cAmPus study PARt time And eARn cRedits toWARd A loyAlist diPlomA oR ceRtificAte At Loyalist we are committed to providing you with a full range of learning opportunities. Whether you are a high school student looking for a post-secondary education that will help you successfully launch your career, in the workforce and looking to enhance your career opportunities, or are a displaced worker, we have the options for you. the bancroft campus is situated one-and-a-half hours north of belleville on hwy 62 and one-and-a-half hours northeast of Peterborough on hwy 28. We are a small but vigorous satellite of the main campus in belleville. our continuing education courses, part- time Paramedic program, Personal support Worker, Practical nursing, outdoor Wilderness experience certificate program, online distance education courses and our employment ontario employment services and summer Jobs service – continue to meet the growing needs of our rural community. the following programs are offered in class at the bancroft campus: • Paramedic • Personal support Worker • Practical nursing • elab After being laid off from an industry that had employed me for 20 years, I realized the need to quickly gain new skills to secure my future financially. With the flexibility of on-line learning and the support of on-campus After much facilities, elab assists students meeting their educational and career research, I enrolled in the Personal Support goals. Available at both the bancroft and belleville campuses, elab is a Worker program offered at Loyalist. unique e-learning facility where students get the technical and academic assistance they need to complete their full-time or part-time studies. The class size was small, with a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The teachers were available areas of study include: extremely knowledgeable and genuinely • Accounting & bookkeeping concerned with the success of each student. • computer & technical studies The material in the course was vast and • developmental service Worker thorough, giving me the skills and knowledge • early childhood education necessary to enter my new career as a PSW • Justice studies with confidence. • medical office Administration & transcription • office Administration The placements gave me a chance to • Palliative care practice and polish my skills, and soon after • social service Worker my second placement I was offered a job. • and many more I would recommend this Loyalist program to anyone wishing a truly meaningful career. for more information contact: Marilyn Plunkett, Program Coordinator Ext. 228 Melinda Hineman email@example.com Personal Support Worker (PSW) Picton 2010 B36 BANCROFT If you are over 60 there may be a discount for your course! look for the 60+ indicated beside fees. Personal support Worker Certificate Program Practical nursing ¨ campbellford: January 18, 2011 – october 7, 2011 bancroft location napanee: september 6, 2011 – June 8, 2012 September 12, 2011 bancroft: september 13, 2011 – June 15, 2012 tweed: september 13, 2011 – June 15, 2012 Registered Practical nurses are integral members barry’s bay: september 20, 2011 – June 22, 2012 of the health care team, consulting on complex care issues. They independently provide a full The Personal Support Worker program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, range of nursing care to clients within their scope and attitudes necessary to provide personal care and home management services to clients in of practice. both community and institutional settings. Certificate requires successful completion of the following 10 courses: ¨ during this intensive three-year program, students receive a combination of classroom theory, PsWt 1005 Role of the PsW lab work and clinical practice; learn to assess comm 1028 Workplace english client health throughout the lifespan; and plan, PsWt 1004 safe & comfortable environment implement and evaluate appropriate nursing care. PsWl 1000 lab 1 the Pn program is offered on a three day per PsWl 1001 lab 2 week schedule throughout the calendar year. PsWt 1003 human body in health & illness The program takes a minimum of three years PsWt 1006 PsW integrative theory to complete. the required lab experiences are PsWP 1003 PsW Practicum 1 developed locally where and when possible during PsWP 1004 PsW Practicum 2 the life of the program. PsWP 1005 PsW Practicum 3 a minimum passing grade of 65% must be obtained in each course. graduates are prepared to write the canadian funding opportunities are available through second career, first nations, Wsib, Part time canada student loan Program, and Practical nurse Registration examination and other various sources for those who may qualify. become licensed by the ontario college of nurses. students are responsible for costs incurred to meet placement prerequisites, travel expensives and parking fees. Loyalist nursing students are constantly among Please note: the presentation and delivery of any programming is contingent on the number of registrations and the funds the most successful candidates to obtain their required to run the program. Course delivery and dates may be subject to change. Cost are subject to change without notice. certification. diploma requires successful completion of for more information please contact: 27 courses. A minimum passing grade of 65% must be obtained in each course to receive this Angela Foley 613-332-1743 ext. 232 firstname.lastname@example.org diploma. OR Rebecca Sears 613-332-1743 ext. 235 email@example.com Please note: The presentation and delivery of any programming is contingent on the number bRIdgINg PRogRaM for hCa’s to PsW ¨ of registrations and the funds required to run the program. Course delivery and dates may be this PsW bridging program is designed to fulfill the requirements for health care Aides (hcA) to subject to change. bridge to the Personal Support Worker (PSW) Certificate. Students are responsible for costs incurred Theory courses are offered through correspondence and must be completed prior to lab to meet placement prerequisites, travel experiences. lab experiences and the comprehensive exam will be completed at the bancroft expensives and parking fees. Campus. Preceptored placements will be arranged on an individual basis. for more information please contact: the folloWINg fouR oPtIoNs aRe avaIlable: 1. hcA with long term care (ltc) experience requiring community experience Rebecca sears, Admissions officer ext. 235 2. hcA with community experience requiring ltc experience e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. hcA to PsW (for those meeting the requirements of community & ltc experience) or 4. hcA requiring both ltc & community experiences lisa Woodcock, Program coordinator ext. 237 e-mail: email@example.com Please note that for Practicum II and III exemption, your experience must be within the past 3 years. Proof must be provided prior to starting these components otherwise students will be required to complete both experiences. Prior learning Recognition (PlaR) assessment – Applicants with work experience or other types of non-credential learning maybe eligible for credits at Loyalist. PRogRaM desIgN oPtIoNs: ¨ All students must complete the following courses in the order as listed: UPGRADING PsWt 8002 Role of the Personal support Worker P $222.70 bonnie gagne did you know that all the pre-requisites PsWt 8000 human body in health & illness P $365.40 PsWt 8001 safe and comfortable environment P $113.85 for the Practical Nursing program are PsWl 8000 supportive care & Activities 2: lab tbA $175.62 bonnie gagne available online for fRee! If you have PsWP 8000 PsW Practicum ii P $281.55 your high school diploma, but need to PsWP 8001 PsW Practicum iii P $477.20 improve your grades – or if you don’t mosby’s canadian textbook and study guide, including nursing Assistant disk is required for this have the pre-requisites for the course – program approx. cost $181.00. cost are subject to change without notice. a minimum passing grade of 65% must be obtained in each course to receive this certificate. aCe, our academic and Career entrance students are responsible for costs incurred to meet placement prerequisites, travel expensives and parking fees. program is for you. P monthly intake Loyalist College Bancroft Campus • 195 Hastings St. N., Box 10, Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0 • TOLL FREE: 1-877-309-0317 B37 phone: 613-332-1743 • fax: 613-332-4773 • e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.loyalistbancroft.com ARts decorative folk art Receive one-on-one technique training and Photography Adobe Photoshop Part 2 For students who are very comfortable using a support while you complete projects of your own computer. Step into layers, resizing, selection choosing. Supplies are available or bring your Practical Photography and other editing functions. own. Purchases from lin are extra. learn how to use a digital slR camera properly INSTRUCTOR: HENRY CHRISTIANSEN location: 27775 paudash - hwy 28 and understand its features and power. navigate Mon,Wed 6:30pm to 10:00pm • MAR 21 to 28 menus, understand lenses, experiment with INSTRUCTOR: LINDA MACKENZIE PHOT 8014- 4235 • $97.70 / Age 60+ $73.34 different shooting modes, control exposure Tue 1:00pm to 4:00pm • JAN 11 to MAR 01 elements, and improve your composition. dslR PaIN 8000- 4239 • $167.70 / Age 60+ $98.10 cameras are best for class, but all cameras are Adobe Photoshop Part 3 welcome. there is a 4-hour field trip planned for coming this sPRing! Wed 7:00pm to 10:00pm • JAN 12 to MAR 02 saturday, Feb 12th. PaIN 8000- 4238 • $167.70 / Age 60+ $98.10 INSTRUCTORS: HENRY CHRISTIANSEN & DREW HOSICK Writing Thu 6:30pm to 10:00pm • JAN 27 to MAR 02 Phot 8011- 4261 • $157.75 / Age 60+ $99.75 Introduction to self-Publishing :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 WRIT 8038-3893 • $293.01 / Age 60+ $202.53 adobe Photoshop Part 1 ¨ For students who are very comfortable using a computer. Post-processing of images: saving, documentary scriptwriting naming, dng conversion, intro to Photoshop and :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 Adobe camera Raw. WRIT 8041-3894 • $242.70 / Age 60+ $173.10 INSTRUCTOR: HENRY CHRISTIANSEN Mon,Wed 6:30pm to 10:00pm • FEB 23 to MAR 02 PHOT 8014- 4236 • $97.70 / Age 60+ $73.34 ontARio building code tRAining J Complex Buildings 2006 ¨ J Part 8 On- Site Sewage 2006 recommended prerequisite: large buildings-2006 bloomfield ¨ obC Qualifications Program INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS INSTRUCTOR: ANDREW HARRISON the full time building code certificates program is Wed – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • APR 06 to 08 Fri – Sun 8:30am to 4:30pm • offered at the bancroft campus of loyalist college. TECH 8302- 4392 • $345.16 / Age 60+ $289.48 JAN 21 to 23, 29 & 30 This program combines both in class and practicum TECH 8213- 4376 • $464.60 / Age 60+ $371.80 hours to prepare students to successfully complete ministry examinations in preparation for employment J House 2006 ¨ in the building industry; whether as a building official, INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS J Plumbing All Buildings 2006 a Private design consultant or with a Registered code Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • JAN 31 to FEB 04 bloomfield ¨ Agency. TECH 8300- 4385 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 INSTRUCTOR: ANDREW HARRISON adMIssIoN ReQuIReMeNts Fri – Sun 8:30am to 4:30pm • J General Legal 2006 MAR 25 to 27, APR 02 & 03 1. completed ontario secondary school diploma (ossd) or grade 12 equivalency certificate (achieved bancroft ¨ TECH 8304- 4375 • $464.60 / Age 60+ $371.80 through College academic upgrading) INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS 2. 19 Yrs of age or older Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • JAN 10 to 14 J Small Buildings 2006 ¨ QualIfICatIoNs studIed TECH 8200- 4241 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 recommended prerequisite: house - 2006 Part 3 classification and construction INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS Part 3 health and safety bloomfield ¨ Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 28 to APR 01 Part 9 envelope INSTRUCTOR: ANDREW HARRISON TECH 8306- 4381 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 Part 9 Health and Safety Fri – Sun 8:30am to 4:30pm • Part 9 structural Requirements FEB 25 to 27, MAR 05 & 06 TECH 8200- 4370 • $464.40 / Age 60+ $371.60 home Inspection Part 9 the building - fire Protection Part 8 on site sewage J Large Buildings 2006 ¨ Related oBC training Part 10/11 Renovations and change of use Part 12 energy conservancy all building Code Courses require the students soil mechanics and footing design INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS to have the 2006 Ontario Building Code Com- Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 07 to 11 Community Planning and Zoning pendium. the exam is offered during the final general legal TECH 8301- 4240 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 day of these classes. Plumbing All buildings building services J Part 8 On-Site Sewage 2006 J Part 9 Envelope 2006 ¨ complex bancroft ¨ INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS once you have completed this program and INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • JAN 17 to 21 successfully written your exams, you could be Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • FEB 14 to 18 TECH 8208- 4384 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 in receipt of 9 certifications from the ministry TECH 8213- 4386 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 examination Program and 11 certificates through the J Part 9 health & Technical Stream of training. the J ICoN IdeNtIfIes CouRses that Safety 2006 ¨ This program requires students to have a copy of the MaY be elIgIble foR assIstaNCe INSTRUCTOR: JEFF CHALMERS 2006 building code compendium and the 2010 code thRough CfdC. Mon – Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 14 to 18 and construction guide for housing. TECH 8208- 4389 • $478.60 / Age 60+ $385.80 B38 BANCROFT If you are over 60 there may be a discount for your course! look for the 60+ indicated beside fees. business geneRAl CfdC Partners in training J donor Relationsips in fundraising :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 inteRest BUSI 8238-3881 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 J NeW tree Identification ¨ learn to identify the most common native trees Tuition fees can be eligible for funding J Introduction to fundraising found in the north hastings area. use specific keys assistance. Community Futures will reimburse :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 to identify the most common Coniferous trees employers or employees of for-profit businesses BUSI 8235-3845 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 and deciduous trees. you will be both knowl- and not-for-profit agencies up to 50% of their edgeable and confident when working on your approved training costs. J Methods of fundraising property, a client’s property or just strolling the :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 forest. be sure to dress for the weather and to be the J ICoN IdeNtIfIes CouRses that BUSI 8234-3846 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 in the forest - safety boots are recommended. MaY be elIgIble foR assIstaNCe no class Feb 19. thRough CfdC. J strategic Management of INSTRUCTOR: DOUG THAIN For further information visit www.community- Campaigns Sat 9:00am to 12:00pm • JAN 22 to MAR 05 TECH 9031- 4405 • $120.84 futures.ca or stop in at Community Futures - 26 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 BUSI 8231-3847 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 chemaushgon Road, bancroft to discuss your J NeW live entertainment eligibility for the skills development Program. A letter of agreement with Community Futures JNeW fundraising as Production technology ¨ must be in place to qualify for reimbursement of Management Process if you dream of ‘setting up the show’ this is training costs. :ONLINE • JAN 14 - APR 21 the course for you. Learn the basic skills of the BUSI 8255-5635 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 Technical Production setup for live events. Topics Anyone interested in using this program must include: professional sound, staging, structure make their own arrangements, before registering J NeW fundraising Practices development, lighting, rigging, video and special effects. Safety plays a key role in all training, with for any courses. RemembeR to inform us when :oNlINe • JAN 14 - APR 21 lots of hands-on lab work to reinforce lectures. you register if you have funding assistance. BUSI 8256-5637 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 students are required to have safety shoes/boots and work gloves for most hands-on training. safety J NeW better to best grant J fundraising Management glasses and hard hats will be provided as needed. Writing INSTRUCTOR: TED BARKER looking to bury the grant writing competition? Certificate Mon – Wed 9:00am to 4:00pm • FEB 07 to MAR 03 get the ammunition you need to make your If being involved with special events, grant writing, TECH 8132-5504 • $569.48 / Age 60+ $402.44 application bullet-proof. campaign management and donor-centered planned INSTRUCTOR: KIMBERLY MCMUNN Sat 9:00am to 4:00pm • FEB 12 giving is where you want to volunteer or work, this NeW home hair designing is the program for you. gain the practical skills to If you are doing hair at home, learn tips and tricks BUSI 9503- 4282 • $70.06 successfully pursue a career in fundraising in the to save you time and get the best, consistent non-profit sector. Consider fundraising management results for your efforts. You will learn about J NeW special event or consulting as career choices with non-profit, proper tools to use, techniques and applications fundraising community or international agencies or organizations of products. models will be needed after the Special events needs special fundraising. such as health charities, education foundations, and/or first class. bring basic hairdressing tools as well - brainstorm, discuss and discover the social welfare agencies. whatever you use at home - for the first class. opportunities available to subsidize your special INSTRUCTOR: MAUREEN KELLY project. adMIssIoN ReQuIReMeNts Mon 6:00pm to 9:00pm • JAN 24 to FEB 14 INSTRUCTOR: KIMBERLY MCMUNN 1. completed ontario secondary school diploma GNRL 9176- 4377 • $83.27 (ossd) or grade 12 equivalency certificate (achieved Sat 9:00am to 4:00pm • JAN 15 through College academic upgrading) GNRL 9149- 4422 • $70.06 2. 19 Yrs of age or older J NeW sustainable fundraising CeRtIfICate ReQuIReMeNts When bake sales and raffles just aren’t enough… H busi 8235 introduction to fundraising give your organization the support it needs H busi 8234 methods of fundraising by designing your fundraising with continuity H busi 8231 strategic management of campaigns and sustainability in mind. engaging in H busi 8238 donor Relationships strategic planning for fundraising will keep your H busi 5635 fundraising management Process organization alive and thriving as board members H busi 5637 fundraising Practices and your general volunteer base changes. INSTRUCTOR: KIMBERLY MCMUNN H Course is offered this semester Thu 5:30pm to 8:30pm • JAN 20 to MAR 03 BUSI 8254-5506 • $120.62 / Age 60+ $78.86 J NeW volunteers...finders, oNlINe studeNts Keepers on the couRse Realize the simple steps to effective volunteer recruitment and retention so you will have stARt dAte, visit volunteers asking to join you. Find them and www.loyalistonline.com keep them. INSTRUCTOR: KIMBERLY MCMUNN to Access youR couRse. Sat 9:00am to 4:00pm • MAR 05 busI 9009- 4280 • $70.06 Loyalist College Bancroft Campus • 195 Hastings St. N., Box 10, Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0 • TOLL FREE: 1-877-309-0317 B39 phone: 613-332-1743 • fax: 613-332-4773 • e-mail: email@example.com • www.loyalistbancroft.com comPuteRs dAnce & Now that we have wireless in the building, you are welcome J NeW Internet Marketing… Convert Prospects into fitness to bring your own laptop Customers! belly dance & fitness Learn the secret you need to know to bring traffic to class. to your website and /or blog. leverage social no special clothes, equipment or even partners required. belly dance is designed for women’s media like Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn... bodies – all shapes, sizes and ages. students are NeW assistive technology Receive one-on-one consulting with marketing asked to wear comfortable clothing - not too baggy, Computers have been designed to be accessible expert bruce sharland and define your specific and ballet-type slippers or tight socks. and usable by almost everyone. You need not business marketing targets. students must be INSTRUCTOR: IRMA INWOOD be limited by a learning disability or physical comfortable with using a computer. Tue 5:30pm to 6:30pm • JAN 11 to MAR 08 impairment – easily accessible programs and INSTRUCTOR: JOHN SHARLAND daNC 9006- 4246 • $99.23 applications make the world of computers Tue 5:30pm to 9:30pm • FEB 03 to 17 available. COMP 8216- 4404 • $93.08 / Age 60+ $65.24 INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON NeW fitness fusion - Thu 6:00pm to 9:00pm • FEB 03 to 24 NEW Join the Social the basics CoMP 8151- 4244 • $83.08 / Age 60+ $55.24 Media buffet Pilates, floor work, yoga stretching and toning and core strengthening are all part of this fusion explore social media to improve your business of fitness. bring water, floor mat or towel. beginner’s Computing ¨ acumen in a technological world, to establish INSTRUCTOR: KATHRYN GUERRIERO Learn with detailed notes, one-on-one sustainable relationships with existing and Maynooth - Mon 5:30pm to 6:30pm instruction, and through hands-on lab time. potential clients, and establish electronic JAN 10 to FEB 07 Recognize and use basic features of any communication with family and friends and GNRL 9146-5417 • $58.55 computer: the start button, opening programs, the world. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, blogs, the keyboard and much more. Students need wiki, websites, skype and myspace will all be Bancroft - Wed 5:30pm to 6:30pm no special skills for this class. evening class is toured, dissected, linked and posted to. Course JAN 12 to FEB 09 scheduled for tuesdays from 6-9pm starting material will also cover branding and the creation GNRL 9146-5418 • $58.55 Feb 15, 2010. of conversation capital. students must be INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON comfortable with using a computer. Sat & Sun 9:00am to 12:45pm • JAN 22 to 30 INSTRUCTOR: BARB SHAW tone strengthen CoMP 8015- 4255 • $98.85 / Age 60+ $64.05 Mon 9:00am to 11:30am • JAN 24 to FEB 14 For any fitness level, this class includes COMP 8103-5509 • $76.90 / Age 60+ $53.70 strengthening, stretching, and toning activities using light weights. bring your own light weights, beyond beginner’s Computing With review, hands-on lab time, and detailed J MaC basics & applications floor mat or towel, and water. INSTRUCTOR: SUSANNE COx notes, you will gain more confidence and ability Learn to use the many applications available with Thu 4:30pm to 5:30pm • JAN 20 to MAR 10 to continue your journey with computers. Learn your mAc operating system. Please identify the FITN 9002- 4247 • $92.38 about short cut keys, operating systems, saving operating system you have: tiger 10.4, leopard images, personalizing your desktop and more. 10.5, snow leopard 10.8, etc. students must bring INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON their own computer to class with all necessary culinARy Sat & Sun 9:00am to 12:45pm • FEB 12 to 20 hookups. We have wireless internet. CoMP 8015- 4256 • $98.85 / Age 60+ $64.05 INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON Mon 6:00pm to 9:00pm • JAN 24 to 14 J Internet fuNdamentals CoMP 8151- 4267 • $82.08 / Age 60+ $54.24 during this hands-on course you will be introduced to the basic elements of the Internet; J NEW On the Job Basics field to fork - Introduction to e-mail; search; secure functions; downloading. Prepare yourself to be efficient, productive and local and global food If you do not have an e-mail address you will up-to-date with your computer skills and familiar systems ¨ make one. students must be familiar with using a with everyday office equipment. using microsoft : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 computer. products you will either refresh old skills and GNRL 8303-3890 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON knowledge or gain a whole new set of skills. You Sat & Sun 9:00am to 12:45pm • MAR 05 to 13 should have a computer at home to do practice assignments. NeW Introductory gluten CoMP 8015- 4257 • $98.85 / Age 60+ $64.05 INSTRUCTOR: LAURIE ELLIS free baking Tue 5:30pm to 8:00pm, JAN 18 to FEB 08 Whether cooking or baking foods that are gluten-free, Christa will share some of her tips J Website building basics CoMP 8151- 4259 • $68.90 / Age 60+ $45.70 and tricks for getting results that are tasty, have Learn how websites are created and how to good texture and are easy to make. learn about manipulate information, images, backgrounds different types of flours, cooking temperatures etc. examine design aspects and move towards and conversions. developing your very own website - specific to INSTRUCTOR: CHRISTA BROWNLEE your business. students must be comfortable with Sat 10:00am to 1:00pm • JAN 29 & FEB 12 using a computer. CULN 9193- 4351 • $70.91 INSTRUCTOR: ANNETTE ASTON Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm • JAN 21 to FEB 25 Would CoMPuteR tRaININg CoMP 8015- 4245 • $128.62 / Age 60+ $86.86 INCRease YouR PRofIts? call maureen 613-332-1743 ext 240. Perhaps we can help with computer the J ICoN IdeNtIfIes CouRses that training using Adobe, mAc, Pc MaY be elIgIble foR assIstaNCe and more... thRough CfdC. B40 BANCROFT If you are over 60 there may be a discount for your course! look for the 60+ indicated beside fees. emPloyment ceRtificAtes J Chainsaw Certificate J NeW forklift Certification J security guard training ¨ Successful students receive a professional Receive in-depth instruction on applicable : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 chainsaw certificate as a logger or non-logger. regulations, safe forklift operation as well as LAWS 8028-3895 • $406.55 / Age 60+ $302.15 day one: bring your chainsaw (empty the fuel extensive hands-on exercises. you will be learning tank). day two: you must have safety boots, on all terraine and warehouse style forklifts, with J smart serve chainsaw pants/chaps, hard hat, ear and eye proper propane transferes. Your knowledge Successful students will obtain their SmartServe protection, and leather gloves. Students without and skill level is evaluated and only those able ontario certificate; required by anyone who these items will not be allowed to participate to demonstrate a minimum level of operational serves alcohol. Classes offered every third Wed. of and will not receive a certificate. please bring competence receive documentation of successful the month or every fourth monday of the month. $25 for non-logging Chainsaw Certificate or $45 program completion. more course dates coming. INSTRUCTOR: SARAH KOCH for the loggers Chainsaw Certificate. if you have INSTRUCTOR: LARRY O’DONNELL Wed 2:00pm to 6:00pm • JAN 19 staff to train, call us and we will make training Mon 9:00am to 5:00pm • FEB 21 hosP 9000- 4254 • $44.00 arrangements for you and your crew. TECH 8122-5505 • $266.72 / Age 60+ $248.16 INSTRUCTOR: MARVIN KELLAR Mon 5:30pm to 9:30pm • JAN 24 Sat & Sun 8:30am to 5:30pm • JAN 29 & 30 J NEW H2S Alive hosP 9000- 4253 • $44.00 TECH 8604- 4264 • $159.09 / Age 60+ $121.97 For anyone working in or planning to work in the petroleum industry where exposure to hydrogen Sat & Sun 8:30am to 5:30pm • MAR 05 & 06 sulphide (H2S) is possible, this certificate is TECH 8604- 4265 • $159.09 / Age 60+ $121.97 required. Learn the physical properties and health hazards of H2S, how to protect yourself and J fall arrest Certificate - basic rescue techniques. operate self-contained basics breathing apparatus, a detector tube device and This three-hour workshop, based on the perform rescue breathing on a mannequin. The We’Re looKINg foR Construction Safety Association information, course is taught by a certified instructor. An industry standard certificate, valid for three years, INstRuCtoRs provides basic knowledge of fall protection and fall arrest controls for personnel working in areas will be issued upon successful completion of a PeRsonAl inteRest • AcAdemic • exposed to fall hazards. We can bring this training written examination and demonstration of the online • technicAl tRAining to your company call 613-332-1743 ext 240 ask for required skills. maureen. INSTRUCTOR: PETER MIKKELSAAR And moRe... cAll mAuReen INstRuCtoR: edWaRd fReeboRN Mon 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 21 At 613-332-1743 eXt 240 Fri 9:00am to 12:00pm • FEB 11 TECH 8121- 4314 • $254.72 / Age 60+ $236.16 TECH 9202- 4266 • $45.47 heAlth ceRtificAtes J standard CPR & J Crisis Intervention ¨ first aid with aed : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 Palliative Care Certificate this Red cross standard first Aid and and cPR HLTH 8177-3888 • $309.78 / Age 60+ $212.34 :offeRed oNlINe course provides the required training of Level `c’ and follows the provincial standards. it is financial Management develop knowledge, skills and attitudes required to recognized and required by most employers, Retirement and long term be involved with caring for the terminally ill and their insurance bodies and educators. a $30 Care facilities families. this program benefits RPns, orderlies, PsWs, consumable fee is payable to the instructor when the : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 volunteers and clergy. With an emphasis on quality class begins. you must completely attend both days BUSI 8245-3891 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 of remaining life, learn to provide empathetic and to obtain your certificate. sensitive care, review the concepts of Palliative Care, INSTRUCTOR: JANE UNDERWOOD Sat & Sun 8:30am to 4:30pm • JAN 15 & 16 Comfort Measures ¨ hospice and home care vs. institutional care and more. hlth 8011- 4249 • $78.26 / Age 60+ $45.78 : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 HLTH 8164-3832 • $242.70 / Age 60+ $173.10 adMIssIoN ReQuIReMeNts: 1. completed ontario secondary school diploma Tue & Wed 8:30am to 4:30pm • FEB 22 & 23 hlth 8011- 4248 • $78.26 / Age 60+ $45.78 ethical legal and (ossd) or grade 12 equivalency certificate ( achieved spiritual Concerns through College academic upgrading) 2. 19 Yrs of age or older Sat & Sun 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 26 & 27 : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 hlth 8011- 4250 • $78.26 / Age 60+ $45.78 hlth 8165-3830 • $326.55 / Age 60+ $222.15 CeRtIfICate ReQuIReMeNts: H hlth-8040 orientation to Palliative care J standard Recert orientation to Palliative Care ¨ H hlth-8163 Palliative care communications if you have a current Red cross, standard cPR : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 H hlth-8165 ethical/legal and spiritual concerns and First Aid Certificate, you can recertify this for HLTH 8040-3831 • $242.70 / Age 60+ $173.10 H hlth-8164 comfort measures another time period with a one day course. If H hlth-8167 Psychological and social implications you need to only recertify cPR, tell us when you Palliative Care Communications H Palliative Care Field Placement register. all students must bring their certificates to : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 class along with their previous student manual. HLTH 8163-3833 • $186.80 / Age 60+ $140.40 it is mandatory that orientation to Palliative care be INSTRUCTOR: JANE UNDERWOOD OR the initial course taken in this certificate for those BRUCE WELLMAN Psychological and social without a health care background. Thu 8:30am-6:30pm • FEB 10 Implications ¨ H Course is offered this semester hlth 8011-5510 • $55.90 / Age 60+ $32.70 : ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 HLTH 8167-3834 • $242.70 / Age 60+ $173.10 Loyalist College Bancroft Campus • 195 Hastings St. N., Box 10, Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0 • TOLL FREE: 1-877-309-0317 B41 phone: 613-332-1743 • fax: 613-332-4773 • e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.loyalistbancroft.com sociAl lAnguAges seRvice Introduction to French - Level 2 NeW Introduction to french - Level 3 WoRkeR This course is designed to help students continue to learn about the French Culture (traditions, Continue with your understanding and ability to historical facts etc.) and to develop or improve effectively communicate in French. Two nights upon their basic language skills such as: listening, a week, allow for classroom work along with speaking, reading and writing in French with immersion exercises with conversation. Intro to adult education ¨ emphasis on oRAl communication and basic INSTRUCTOR: LESLIE HYSERT equivalent to ssWp1001 (principles of adult social interactions. Tue & Thu 5:30pm to 7:45pm • JAN 18 to MAR 10 learning). mandatory group work. INSTRUCTOR: LESLIE HYSERT laNg 8008- 4243 • $207.24 / Age 60+ $123.72 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 Mon & Thu 5:30pm to 8:30pm • JAN 17 to MAR 10 falP 8000-3620 • $309.78 / Age 60+ $212.34 LANG 8007- 4242 • $207.24 / Age 60+ $123.72 P MONTHLY INTAKE Intro to Psychology ¨ equivalent to psyC1004 (intro to psychology). :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 tRAnsPoRtAtion PSYC 1003-3619 • $309.78 P MONTHLY INTAKE comPliAnce Communications 2 ¨ equivalent to ssWp1003 (philosophy & practice 1). :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 CoMM 1011-3623 • $343.32 P MONTHLY INTAKE J NeW Commercial driver J NeW Ifta-fuel and Miles applied Psychology ¨ hiring Procedures - Part 1 taxes Calculations and Reports equivalent to psyC1005 ( Learn theoretical and practical aspects of hiring - Part 1 and managing commercial drivers. Learn both Provincial and State filing psychology of mental illness). :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 requirements, become familiar with filing TECH 8512- 4222 • $298.60 / Age 60+ $205.80 quarterly and annual reports. PSYC 2001-3622 • $326.55 P MONTHLY INTAKE :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 J NeW Commercial vehicle TECH 8520-3904 • $298.60 / Age 60+ $205.80 group learning & team Plates and IRP Registration - Part 1 J NeW Maintaining Company development ¨ Learn the practical requirements of filing operating authorities equivalent to ssWp2000 (grp process and Org. documents. Review requirements and maintain company schedules for reporting taxes, develop). mandatory group work, optional chats. instructions for completion when filing with applying for decals, permits and transponders :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 various government agencies: mto, fmcsA. along with all credentials required by Provincial FALP 8002-3821 • $309.78 / Age 60+ $212.34 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 and State Authorities. teCh 8516-3901 • $298.60 / Age 60+ $205.80 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 Contemporary TECH 8524-3937 • $409.40 / Age 60+ $270.20 social Problems ¨ J NeW hours of service equivalent to sOCi1008 (social problems). Regulations - Part 1 J NeW Registering a mandatory group Work. :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 understand legislation and how to process: trip transport Company sheets, border crossing receipts, tolls, weight Learn the entire process of registering a transport soCI 1005-3822 • $343.32 scale receipts, and fuel receipts for both Canada company in canada and the us using master and the us. be prepared to audit drivers’ daily logs operating documents which allow transport sociology & by visual inspection. companies to legally operate in Canada and Canadian society ¨ :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 the us. equivalent to sOCi1007 (intro to sociology). TECH 8514-3900 • $298.60 / Age 60+ $205.80 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 teCh 8518-3903 • $298.60 / Age 60+ $205.80 SOCI 1003-3621 • $309.78 P MONTHLY INTAKE the J ICoN IdeNtIfIes CouRses that MaY be elIgIble foR assIstaNCe Counselling adult learners ¨ thRough CfdC. equivalent to ssWp1006 (interviewing & Counselling 1). mandatory chats. :ONLINE • JAN 14 to APR 21 FALP 8003-3910 • $309.78 / Age 60+ $212.34 oNlINe studeNts on the couRse stARt dAte, visit www.loyalistonline.com to Access youR couRse. B42 BANCROFT If you are over 60 there may be a discount for your course! look for the 60+ indicated beside fees. RecReAtion Wilderness experience Buckskin Jacket Winter Camping master the art of making your own beautiful Learn the special concerns of cold weather Certificate Program and rustic styled fringed buckskin Jacket. tools camping. students are responsible for all courses are offered in the bancroft and georgian are supplied. bring a loose-fitting, long-sleeved, equipment, including personal clothing, camping bay areas. locations can change depending on : buttoned shirt that will be used for a pattern. fees, food and transportation to and from the registration numbers. material Fee: approximately 55 sq. ft. of leather will weekend site. be required. leather will be available for purchase INSTRUCTOR: GINO FERRI This certificate is specifically tailored to provide from the instructor for $5 per sq. ft. individuals with many unique, exciting and tactile Fri 9:30pm to Sun afternoon • FEB 11 to 13 INSTRUCTOR: GINO FERRI SITB 8007- 4263 • $195.65 / Age 60+ $114.45 learning experiences. courses are taught mostly out- Sat & Sun 9:00am to 3:00pm • MAR 12 to 20 of-doors in order to immerse the learner in many realistic and challenging situations. sItb 8008- 4270 • $139.75 / Age 60+ $81.75 This program is a venue for professional upgrading, for developing employment ready skills, knowledge Moccasin Workshop Learn to identify different types of leather. and abilities. discuss various tanning methods and how to there are six core courses and two electives utilize specific tools as you complete a pair of CeRtIfICate ReQuIReMeNts: moccasins. all tools, leather, and sinew are supplied. H sitb 8011 Wilderness survival (season specific) patterns provided range from children’s size to men’s sitb 8005 Wilderness first Aid extra large. sitb 8009 backpacking INSTRUCTOR: GINO FERRI sitb 8012 canoe camping Sat 8:30am to 4:30pm • MAR 05 sitb 9005 orienteering SITB 8004- 4268 • $55.90 / Age 60+ $32.70 sitb 9001 edible Plants eleCtIves – seleCt tWo: Wilderness survival sitb 8017 bushwacking Seasonally oriented, this course is designed to H sitb 8007 Winter camping immerse the student in a variety of wilderness H sitb 8004 moccasin Workshop survival situations. participants supply personal sitb 8022 voyageur lifestyle gear, park registration fees, meals, and all sitb 8016 introduction to search and Rescue transportation. this course is 2 weekends long. sitb 8015 Advanced survival and tracking INSTRUCTOR: GINO FERRI Fri 9:30pm to Sun afternoon • JAN 21 to 23 & Courses are on-going throughout the year. For more JAN 28 to 30 details visit www.survivalinthebushinc.com sItb 8011- 4269 • $436.02 / Age 60+ $255.06 H Course is offered this semester September 2010 valedictorians Cindy ostrander, PsW – belleville Christine graham, PsW – bancroft lori Chamberlain, PsW – tweed Charanjit lubana, elab Loyalist College Bancroft Campus • 195 Hastings St. N., Box 10, Bancroft, ON K0L 1C0 • TOLL FREE: 1-877-309-0317 B43 phone: 613-332-1743 • fax: 613-332-4773 • e-mail: email@example.com • www.loyalistbancroft.com elab will help you accomplish your educational goals – with the flexibility of online learning and support of on-campus facilities. elab facilities career-focused options • dedicated eLearning classrooms at • Loyalist College Certificate and loyalist belleville and bancroft campuses diploma programs • high speed internet and a full range of flex • ontario learn and ontario college programs software programs • academic upgrading • the benefits of being on campus, with access to to College facilities areas of study include flexibility • Accounting and bookkeeping • office Administration • flexible hours • medical office Administration and • ongoing program start dates throughout Transcription the year • Justice Studies • accelerated programming for a variety of • early childhood education post-secondary programs • Computer and Technical Studies • the freedom to work at your own pace • and many more success services financial assistance • dedicated elab staff available to support Contact us for details. Assistance may be available your learning through a wide range of programs, including: • the peer support of other elab students • student success mentor to assist with • ontario student Assistance Program (osAP) academic issues and enhance your success • ontario special bursary – providing access to Peer tutoring, • Part-time Student Loan disability services, international centre, • canada Access grant Aboriginal Centre, Counselling • first nations education departments and more • Second Career • student and alumni access to the Career Centre, for ongoing job search support BanCRoft 195 hastings Street north BeLLevILLe Bancroft, on K0L 1C0 CaMPBeLLfoRd 376 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road 613-332-1743 ext 228 Campbellford Community Belleville, on K8n 5B9 firstname.lastname@example.org Resource Centre 613-969-1913 ext 2497 65 Bridge Street email@example.com Campbellford, on K0L 1L0 613-969-1913 ext 2497 firstname.lastname@example.org loyalistcollege.com 44 belleville If you are over 60 there may be a discount for your course! look for the 60+ indicated beside fees.