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» Table of Contents ...........................................................1

» Workshops .....................................................................2

» Business ................................................................... 3-32

» Child and Family Studies ........................................ 33-46

» Community Services ............................................... 47-47

» Computers and Information Technology ................. 49-66

» Engineering Technology and Applied Science ........... 67-72

» General Education and Mathematics ..................... 73-77

» Health..................................................................... 79-98

» Hospitality ............................................................ 99-104

» Languages .......................................................... 105-110

» Lifestyle and Leisure ........................................... 111-114

» Media and Design Studies .................................. 115-120

» Teaching and Learning ....................................... 121-126

» Transportation (Automotive, Motorcycle) ........... 127-140

» Distance Learning .............................................. 141-184

» General Information ........................................... 185-192
      •	Registration Information ............................. 186-187
      •	Academic Policies ........................................ 188-189
      •	Student Services .......................................... 190-192

» Index ................................................................. 193-204

» Registration Forms .............................................205, 207




       416-289-5207 • centennialcollege.ca/ce
                                                                                      1
                                                                  Workshops
                                                                  These short, introductory workshops
                                                                  are designed to help students in
                                                                  college succeed. Register early to
                                                                  reserve your spot!




    Contact: Lynne Winters             Choosing the Right Career                   Cess-933
                                                                                                     Getting started Teaching
                                       HOURs: 9                              Fee: IC: $34.00
    : 416-289-5000, ext. 2246         Term   SeC# DaTe               Day Time                 LoC
                                                                                                     at Centennial                             CeNT-101
                                                                                                     a three-hour ancillary workshop for new Centennial
    : lwinters@centennialcollege.ca   Fall   801
                                       Winter 821
                                                    Oct 12 – Oct 26
                                                    Feb 16 – Mar 1
                                                                      W
                                                                      Th
                                                                            6:30-9:30 pm
                                                                            6:30-9:30 pm
                                                                                               PRO
                                                                                               ASH
                                                                                                     College instructors.
                                       Spring 841   May 23 – June 6   W     6:30-9:30 pm       PRO
                                                                                                     This orientation workshop focuses on Centennial’s
                                                                                                     commitment to teaching and learning. Major
                                       Job search skills                           Cess-964          college policies, procedures and support systems
                                       HOURs: 3                              Fee: IC: $34.00         will be explored. Participants will meet colleagues
                                       Term   SeC# DaTe               Day Time                 LoC
                                                                                                     and have the opportunity to establish networking/
                                       Fall   801   Nov 21            M     6:30-9:30 pm       ASH   support groups.
                                       Winter 821   March 18          Su    noon-3 pm          PRO   HOURs: 3            Fee: $34.00 (incl. $15 materials fee)
                                       Spring 841   May 5             Sa    noon-3 pm          PRO   Term    SeC#    DaTe        Day         Time         LoC
                                                                                                     Fall   801      Sept 11      Su     10 am-1 pm       PRO
                                       study skills – How to                                                802      Sept 24      Sa     10 am-1 pm       ASH
                                       succeed in College                          Cess-851          Winter 821      Jan 8        Su     10 am-1 pm       PRO
                                                                                                            822      Feb 4        Sa     10 am-1 pm       ASH
                                       HOURs: 3                              Fee: IC: $34.00
                                                                                                     Spring 841      April 22     Su     10 am-1 pm       PRO
                                       Term   SeC# DaTe               Day Time                 LoC          842      Aug 25       Sa     10 am-1 pm       PRO
                                       Fall   801   Sept 19           M     6:30-9:30 pm       ASH
                                                                                                     *fees may be waived, check with your program staff
                                       Winter 821   Jan 21            Sa    10 am-1 pm         PRO
                                       Spring 841   May 7             M     6:30-9:30 pm       PRO   Note: This non-credit workshop does not count towards the
                                                                                                     Teacher/Trainer of Adults program.
                                       study skills – How to
                                       Write Tests                                 Cess-845
                                       HOURs: 3                              Fee: IC: $34.00
                                                                                                      Prime Time Learner Series
                                       Term   SeC# DaTe               Day Time                 LoC
                                       Fall   801   Oct 16            Su    6:30-9:30 pm       PRO    •	 Moving	from	employment	to	volunteerism/
                                       Winter 821   Feb 25            Sa    6:30-9:30 pm       PRO       mentoring
                                       Spring 841   May 24            Th    6:30-9:30 pm       ASH    •	 Creative	Arts:	Photography,	Music,	Design	
                                                                                                         and more
                                                                                                      •	 Navigating	Through	Will	and	Estate	
                                                                                                         Planning
                                                                                                      •	 A	Travellers’	Perspective	on	Art	and	History

                                                                                                      Coming soon! Check our website for details.




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                                                                                    Mon., Sept 5        College Closed           Statutory Holiday
                                                                                    Mon., Oct 10        College Closed           Statutory Holiday
                                                                           2012     Mon., Feb 20        College Closed           Family Day
                                                                                    Fri., April 6       College Closed           Statutory Holiday
                                                                                    Mon., May 21        College Closed           Statutory Holiday
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                                          The Business programs and courses offered




                                                                                                                                                                                    Business
                                          through the School of Continuing Education
                                          will provide extensive exposure to all
                                          areas of today’s business environment.
                                          Our programs and courses are designed
                                          to build the knowledge, skills and abilities
                                          for career success, now and in the future.
                                          By participating in courses at Centennial
Contact: Louise Bois              College, you will earn course equivalencies
: 416-289-5000, ext. 2258
: lbois@centennialcollege.ca     with many of our partner associations. You will
   •	Accounting	                  be guided by faculty who bring solid industry
   •	Credit	Management            experience to the learning environment. You will
   •	Finance
                                  participate in an interactive teaching approach that
Contact: Joan Davis               includes case studies, projects, guest lecturers and
: 416-289-5000, ext. 2247        teamwork. Look for courses that fit your schedule –
: jdavis@centennialcollege.ca
                                  evening, weekend, print-based and online learning
   •	Human	Resources	
   •	Marketing	                   options are available.
   •	Payroll
   •	Sales	                       Business Programs                                                       Human resources, Labour relations, Payroll
                                                                                                          •	 Human	Resources	Management		................. 13
                                  accounting, Credit, Finance
                                                                                                                                  .
                                                                                                          •	 Labour	Relations		 ........................................ 13
                                  •	 Accounting	Diploma	(2	year)	......................... 5
Contact: michelle Line            •	 Accounting	Fundamentals		
                                                                                                          •	 Payroll	Compliance	Practitioner		.................. 13
                                                                                                          •	 Payroll	Manager		......................................... 13
: 416-289-5000, ext. 2515           	 Levels	1,	2,	3		............................................. 5
                                                                                                          insurance Practice
: mline@centennialcollege.ca     •	 Bookkeeping		................................................. 5
                                                                                                          •	 Insurance	Practice	....................................... 14
                                  •	 Credit	Management	–	new	.......................... 6
                                                                                                          Legal
   •	Project	Management           •	 Public	Accounting		......................................... 6
                                                                                                                       .
                                                                                                          •	 Law	Clerk		................................................... 15
   •	Operations	Management        Financial Planning
                                                                                                          office administration/Health records
   •	Office	Administration        •	 Financial	Planning		........................................ 7
                                                                                                          •	 Office	Administration	–	General		................. 15
                                  •	 Investment	Services		...................................... 7
   •	Purchasing                                                                                           •	 Office	Administration	–	Medical		................. 15
                                  general Business
   •	Logistic	and	Supply	Chain	                                                                           •	 Health	Records	Clerk		.................................. 15
                                                    .
                                  •	 Basic	Quality		 ................................................ 8
   					Management                •	 Business	Administration		............................... 8           Partners
   •	Legal                        •	 Business	Administration		                                            •	 ADVOCIS®	(Financial	Advisors		
   •	Insurance                       	 –	Human	Resources	................................... 9               	 Association	of	Canada)	and	CCH		.............. 8
   •	Basic	Quality                •	 Business	Administration		                                            •	 Canadian	Institute	of	Bookkeeping	(CIB)	....... 7
                                     	 –	Marketing		.............................................. 9      •	 Canadian	Institute	of	Management	(CIM)	... 12
   •	Law	Clerk                    •	 Business	(Diploma)	...................................... 10
   •	Health	Records	Clerk                                                                                 •	 Canadian	Payroll	Association	(CPA)	............. 14
                                  •	 Import	and	Export	Administration	–	new	... 10                        •	 Canadian	Professional	Sales		
   •	Canadian	Securities          •	 International	Business		................................ 10             Association	(CPSA)	...................................... 12
   •	Financial	Planning           •	 Logistics	and	Supply	Chain		                                         •	 Canadian	Securities	Institute®	(CSI®)	............. 8
                                     	 Management		.......................................... 10          •	 Certified	General	Accountants	Association	
                                  •	 Management		.............................................. 10           (CGA®)	 .......................................................... 6
                                                                                                                     .
                                  •	 Marketing		................................................... 11                                                    .
                                                                                                          •	 Credit	Institute	of	Canada	(CIC)	.................... 6
                                  •	 Marketing	(Diploma).................................... 11           •	 Human	Resources	Professionals	Association	
                                  •	 Operations	Management		............................ 11                  (HRPA)	......................................................... 13
                                  •	 Professional	Sales		....................................... 11                                                    .
                                                                                                          •	 Insurance	Institute	of	Canada	 ..................... 14
                                  •	 Project	Management		.................................. 11
                                  •	 Purchasing		.................................................. 12
                                  •	 Small	Business	Management	....................... 12


                                                                                                                                                                                    3
           Courses
Business
           accounting, Credit, Finance                                                    Project	Communication	and	Team	Building                      25
             Accounting	Information	Systems                                    16         Project	Estimating	and	Cost	Management                       25
             Accounting	Systems	2	                                             16         Project	Planning	and	Control                                 25
             Accounting	Microcomputer	Applications	1	                          16         Project	Quality	Procurement	and	Logistics                    25
             Auditing	1	(Financial)                                            16         Purchasing	and	Value	Analysis                                26
             Auditing	2	(External)                                             16         Quality	Auditing	I                                           26
             Collections                                                       17         Quality	Concepts                                             26
             Corporate	Finance	1                                               17         Reliability                                                  26
             Corporate	Finance	2                                               17         Small	Business	Finance                                       26
             Credit	Management	(CR1)	*                                         17         Supply	Chain	Management                                      26
             Credit	Management	(CR2)*                                          17         Traffic	and	Transportation                                   26
             Financial	Accounting	1	                                           17       Human resources/Labour relations/Payroll
             Financial	Accounting	2                                            18         Compensation	and	Benefits                                    26
             Intermediate	Accounting	1                                         18         Dispute	Resolution                                           26
             Intermediate	Accounting	2                                         18         Employee	Training	and	Development                            26
             Intermediate	Accounting	3                                         18         Employment	Law	                                              26
             Management	Accounting	1                                           19         Grievances,	Arbitration	and	Contract	Administration	         27
             Management	Accounting	2                                           19         Human	Resources	Management                                   27
             Principles	of	Macro	Economics                                     19         Human	Resources	Planning	                                    27
             Principles	of	Micro	Economics                                     19         Labour	Relations                                             27
             Quantitative	Methods	1	                                           19         Managerial	Accounting	for	Human	Resources	Management         27
             Quantitative	Methods	2	                                           19         Occupational	Health	and	Safety                               27
             Small	Business	Software                                           20         Organizational	Behaviour                                     27
             Taxation	1                                                        20         Recruitment	and	Selection                                    27
             Taxation	2                                                        20         Payroll	Administration                                       27
             U.S.	Tax                                                          20         Payroll	Compliance	Legislation	–	CPA                         28
           advanced Level Cga                                                             Payroll	Fundamentals	1	–	CPA                                 28
             Advanced	Auditing	(Financial	Auditing)	–	new                      21         Payroll	Fundamentals	2	–	CPA                                 28
             Accounting	Theory	and	Policy                                      20         Payroll	Management	Practices	–	CPA                           28
             Advanced	Financial	Accounting                                     21         Payroll	Management	Processes	–	CPA                           28
             Advanced	Managerial	Accounting                                    21       insurance
             Advanced	Taxation	2                                               21         Advanced	Loss	Adjusting	(C111)                               28
           Financial Planning, investment services                                        Advanced	Skills	for	the	Insurance	Broker	and	Agent	(C131)    28
             Canadian	Investment	Funds	(Mutual	Funds)                          21         Automobile	Insurance	Part	1	(C14)                            28
             Canadian	Securities	Part	1                                        21         Basic	Broker	Registration                                    29
             Canadian	Securities	Part	2                                        21         Casualty	Loss	Prevention	(C38)                               29
             Comprehensive	Practices	in	Risk	and	Retirement	Planning           22         Essential	Skills	for	the	Insurance	Broker	and	Agent	(C130)   29
             Contemporary	Practices	in	Financial	Planning                      22         Essentials	of	Loss	Adjusting	(C110)                          29
             Financial	Planning	Fundamentals                                   22         Fraud	Awareness	and	Prevention	(C39)                         29
             Life	Licensing	Qualification	(LLQP)	                              22         Insurance	Against	Liability	Part	1	(C13)                     29
             Wealth	Management	and	Estate	Planning                             22         Insurance	on	Property	(C12)                                  29
           general Business                                                               Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)                   29
             Advanced	Operations	Management	                                   22         The	Business	of	Insurance	(C16)                              29
             Basic	Statistics	and	SPC	                                         22         Underwriting	Essentials	(C120)                               29
             Business	Communications                                           22
                                                                                        Legal
             Business	Ethics                                                   22         Business	Law                                                 30
             Business	Fundamentals                                             23         Corporate	Law                                                30
             Business	Law                                                      23
                                                                                          Legal	Documentation                                          30
             Business	Strategy                                                 23
                                                                                          Legal	Software                                               30
             Career	Action	–	new
                                                                                          Litigation	1                                                 30
             Career	Exploration	–	new
                                                                                          Litigation	2                                                 30
             Career	Enhancement	–	new
                                                                                          Real	Estate	1                                                30
             Critical	Business	Practices                                       23
                                                                                          Real	Estate	2	                                               30
             Customs	Procedures                                                23
                                                                                        marketing
             Developing	a	Business	Plan                                        23
                                                                                          Advanced	Professional	Selling                                31
             Enterprise	Resource	Planning                                      23
                                                                                          B2B	Marketing	and	Channel	Management                         31
             Entrepreneurial	Opportunities                                     23
                                                                                          Brand	Planning                                               31
             Essentials	of	Quality	Management                                  23
                                                                                          Interactive	Marketing                                        31
             Fundamentals	of	Operations	Management                             24
                                                                                          International	Marketing	                                     31
             Fundamentals	of	Project	Management                                24
                                                                                          Marketing	Communications	                                    31
             Inspection,	Test,	Metrology	and	Print	Reading                     24
                                                                                          Marketing	Research                                           31
             International	Banking	and	Trade	Finance                           24
                                                                                          Marketing	Management                                         31
             International	Business	Concepts                                   24
                                                                                          Principles	of	Marketing                                      31
             International	Entrepreneurship                                    24
                                                                                          Professional	Selling                                         31
             International	Management:	Strategy	and	Negotiation                24
                                                                                          Retailing                                                    32
             International	Trade	Finance	and	Documentation                     24
                                                                                          Strategic	Marketing	Planning                                 32
             International	Trade	Law                                           24
                                                                                        office administration/Health records Clerk
             Inventory	Control                                                 24
                                                                                          Financial	Applications                                       32
             ISO	9000	Documentation	and	Implementation	                        24
                                                                                          Introduction	to	Word	Processing                              32
             Job	Search	Skills                                                 25
                                                                                          Machine	Transcription                                        32
             Logistics	Management                                              25
                                                                                          Medical	Machine	Transcription                                32
             Management	Principles                                             25
                                                                                          Medical	Office	Procedures	                                   32
             Managing	Information	Technology	Projects                          25
                                                                                          Medical	Terminology	1                                        32
             Materials	Management                                              25
                                                                                          Medical	Terminology	2                                        32
             MS	Project	2007                                                   25
                                                                                          Office	Communications	and	Procedures                         32
             Powerpoint	with	Pizzaz	                                           25
                                                                                          Transcription	Techniques                                     32
             Principles	of	Industrial	Traffic                                  25
                                                                                          Word	Processing	Applications                                 32
             Production	Planning	and	Control                                   25
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Accounting, Credit, Finance




                                                                                                                                                                                             Business
                                                                                                                                                                                             Business
                                                                                                     Accounting Fundamentals level 2 Certificate – 7340
Accounting Diploma (2 year) – 2801                                                                   This	program	prepares	you	to	perform	intermediate	accounting	functions,	such	
                                                                                                     as	more	advanced	bookkeeping	techniques,	and	introduces	you	to	management	
This	program	provides	you	with	excellent	accounting	training	and	develops	                           accounting.	You	will	further	your	understanding	of	the	essential	relationship	of	
employable	skills.	You	will	concentrate	on	building	your	skills	in	financial	and	                    accounting	information	and	the	entire	business	organization.	If	you	achieve	a	
managerial	accounting	and	developing	strong	knowledge	in	accounting	software.	                       B	grade	or	higher	in	these	courses,	they	can	also	be	applied	to	your	Certified	
Communications	and	analytical	skills	are	also	emphasized,	as	they	are	essential	                     General	Accountant	(CGA)	equivalencies.
to	employment.	
                                                                                                     ADmissions RequiRement
	    This	diploma	program	is	also	offered	on	a	full-time	basis	through	                              1.	 Completion	of	Accounting	Fundamentals	Level	1	or	equivalent
Centennial’s	School	of	Business.	All	programs	are	to	be	completed	within	five	
                                                                                                     Completion RequiRements
years.	Please	note	that	curriculum	requirements	may	change	due	to	internal	
                                                                                                     Mandatory courses:
curriculum	review.	                                                                                  ACCT-222	         Management	Accounting	1	                                 p.	19,	156
ADmissions RequiRement                                                                               ACCT-224	         Corporate	Finance	1	                                     p.	17,	156
1.	 Compulsory	English	12C	or	U	or	skills	assessment,	or	equivalent                                  ACCT-226	         Taxation	1	                                              p.	20,	157
2.	 Math	11C,	M	or	U	or	12C	or	U	or	skills	assessment,	or	equivalent                                 ACCT-255	         Intermediate	Accounting	1	                               p.	18,	156
Completion RequiRements                                                                              ACCT-331	         Auditing	1	(Financial)	                                  p.	16,	157
ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                                           p.	17,	156    ACCT-357	         Accounting	Systems	2	                                         p.	16
COMP-106	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                                 p.	58    ECON-104	         Principles	of	Micro	Economics	                           p.	19,	159
BUSN-331	            Business	Law	                                                      p.	23,	30
COMM-160/161	        College	Communications	1/(ESL)	                                       p.	106    Accounting Fundamentals level 3 Certificate – 7341
MATH-106	            Mathematics	of	Finance	                                           p.	76,170
ACCT-150	            Small	Business	Software	(Simply	Accounting)	                           p.	20    This	program	is	designed	to	build	on	skills	attained	through	completion	of	
ACCT-221	            Financial	Accounting	2	                                           p.	18,	156    Accounting	Fundamentals	Level	2	or	equivalent.	
BUSN-225	            Quantitative	Methods	1	                                           p.	19,	157    	    If	you	achieve	a	B	grade	or	higher	in	these	courses,	they	can	also	be	applied	
COMP-126	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                                 p.	58
                                                                                                     to	your	Certified	General	Accountant	(CGA)	equivalencies.
COMM-170/171	        College	Communications	2/(ESL)	                                       p.	107
GNED-500	            Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action	             p.	75    Completion RequiRements
ACCT-226	            Taxation	1	                                                       p.	20,	157    Mandatory courses:
ACCT-255	            Intermediate	Accounting	1	                                        p.	18,	156	   ACCT-322	         Management	Accounting	2	                                 p.	19,	156
ECON-103	            Principles	of	Macro	Economics	                                    p.	19,	159    ACCT-332	         Auditing	2	(External)	                                   p.	16,	157
ENGL-253	            Advanced	Business	Communications	or	                                  p.	107    ACCT-334	         Corporate	Finance	2	                                          p.	17
BUSN-333	            Business	Communications	                                          p.	22,	158	   ACCT-336	         Taxation	2	                                              p.	20,	157
GNED	                Elective	                                                                       ACCT-355	         Intermediate	Accounting	3	                               p.	18,	157
ACCT-222	            Management	Accounting	1	                                          p.	19,	156	   BUSN-225	         Quantitative	Methods	1	                                  p.	19,	157
ACCT-224	            Corporate	Finance	1	                                              p.	17,	156    ECON-103	         Principles	of	Macro	Economics	                           p.	19,	159
ACCT-257	            Accounting	Information	Systems	                                        p.	16
BUSN-221	            Organizational	Behaviour		                                        p.	27,	158
ECON-104	            Principles	of	Micro	Economics	                                    p.	19,	159    Bookkeeping Certificate – 7052
ACCT-228	            Accounting	Microcomputer	Applications	1	                               p.	16    This	program	is	comprised	of	nine	courses	that	include	both	theory	and	computer	
ACCT-265	            Intermediate	Accounting	2	                                        p.	18,	156
                                                                                                     applications.	You	should	have	access	to,	and	familiarity	with,	computers.	If	you	
JOBS-221	            Job	Search	Skills	                                                     p.	25
GNED	                Elective	                                                                       achieve	a	grade	of	65%	(C+)	or	higher	in	each	course,	you	may	also	qualify	for	
                                                                                                     exemption	with	the	Canadian	Institute	of	Bookkeeping	(CIB),	leading	to	a	career	
Note: Minimum C grade average and an overall GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.
      The dynamic curriculum presented here will be revised as appropriate to retain its currency.   as	a	professional	bookkeeper.	(Please	note	certain	exemptions	may	be	subject	
      Internal curriculum review is ongoing.                                                         to	time	limits.)	CIB	is	a	national,	non-profit	organization	dedicated	to	preparing	
                                                                                                     professionals	for	greater	financial	and	job	security	as	certified	bookkeepers.	
                                                                                                     	    Before	qualifying	for	certification,	students	must	have	three	years	of	practical	
Accounting Fundamentals level 1 Certificate – 7339
                                                                                                     bookkeeping	experience	where	they	have	demonstrated	the	knowledge	acquired	
This	program	prepares	you	to	perform	basic	accounting	functions	such	as	                             in	the	academic	program.
accounts	receivable	and	payroll.	You	will	also	gain	an	understanding	of	                             Completion RequiRements
the	essential	relationship	of	accounting	information	to	the	entire	business	                         Mandatory courses:
organization.	This	certificate	incorporates	a	number	of	courses	that,	based	on	                      ACCT-112	         Financial	Accounting	1	                                  p.	17,	156
your	final	grade,	can	be	used	towards	your	Certified	General	Accountant	(CGA),	                      ACCT-150	         Small	Business	Software	                                      p.	20
Canadian	Institute	of	Bookkeeping	(CIB)	and	Becker	CPA	equivalencies.                                ACCT-221	         Financial	Accounting	2	                                  p.	18,	156
                                                                                                     ACCT-222	         Management	Accounting	1	                                 p.	19,	156
Completion RequiRements
                                                                                                     ACCT-226	         Taxation	1	                                              p.	20,	157
Mandatory courses:                                                                                   ACCT-228	         Accounting	Microcomputer	Applications	1	                      p.	16
ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                                           p.	17,	156	   CEHR-942	         Payroll	Administration	                                  p.	27,	158
ACCT-150	            Small	Business	Software	                                               p.	20    COMP-106	         Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                        p.	58
ACCT-221	            Financial	Accounting	2	                                           p.	18,	156    COMP-126	         Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                        p.	58
BUSN-331	            Business	Law	                                                      p.	23,	30
CEHR-942	            Payroll	Administration	                                           p.	27,	158
MATH-106	            Mathematics	of	Finance	                                           p.	76,	170
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Business
           Credit management Certificate – 7505 NEW                                                Certified General Accountants Association (CGA®)
           •	 Build	skills	in	credit,	finance,	business	law	and	communication.                     The	Certified	General	Accountants	(CGA)	Association	recognizes	studies	at	
           •	 Earn	the	Centennial	College	Credit	Management	Certificate	evenings	and	              Centennial	College	for	credit	towards	its	professional	designation,	Certified	
              weekends	within	12	months	(15	hrs.	per	week)	or	at	your	own	pace,	on	a	part-         General	Accountant	(CGA),	if	you	achieve	a	minimum	B	grade	in	each	course.	
              time	basis.	                                                                         Listed	below	are	courses	that	may	be	taken	through	the	college.	
           •	 You	may	apply	the	Credit	Management	Certificate	courses	to	the	Credit	               	    For	more	details,	refer	to	our	website	at	centennialcollege.ca/accounting	or	
              Professional	Designation	through	the	Credit	Institute	of	Canada.                     contact	416-289-5000	ext.	2258.	You	may	also	contact	the	CGA	at	416-322-6520	
           •	 Courses	will	be	held	at	our	Progress	Campus,	Markham	Rd.	and	401.                    for	more	information.	
           Completion RequiRements                                                                 Note: To obtain an equivalency, a minimum B grade (70%) is required in each equivalent course.
                                                                                                   Call 416-322-6520 for more information. Listed
           Mandatory courses:
                                                                                                   below are courses that may be taken through
           ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1		                             p.	17,	156
           ACCT-221	            Financial	Accounting	2	                              p.	18,	156	   the college and the CGA equivalent course.
           ACCT-224	            Corporate	Finance	1		                                p.	17,	156
           ACCT-257		           Accounting	Information	Systems		                          p.	16     Centennial Course                                       Cga equivalency
           ACCT-300		           Credit	Management	(CR1)		                                 p.	17     ACCT-112/ACCT-221                   p.	17,	156          Financial	Accounting	1	(FA1)
           ACCT-301	            Credit	Management	(CR2)		                                 p.	17     ECON-103/ECON-104                   p.	19,	159          Economics	1	(EM1)
           ACCT-334	            Corporate	Finance	2		                                     p.	17
           ACCT-357	            Accounting	Systems	2	                                     p.	16	    BUSN-331                            p.	23,	30           Law	1	(LW1)
           BUSN-331	            Business	Law		                                        p.	23,	30     ACCT-255                            p.	18,	156          Financial	Accounting	(FA2)
           BUSN-333	            Business	Communications	                             p.	22,	158	    BUSN-225/BUSN-325                   p.	19,	157          Quantitative	Methods	1(QU1)
           COMM-170	            College	Communications	2		                               p.	107
                                                                                                    ACCT-222/ACCT-322                   p.	19,	156          Management	Accounting	(MA1)
           ECON-103	            Principles	of	Macro	Economics		                      p.	19,	159
           ECON-104	            Principles	of	Micro	Economics	                       p.	19,	159     COMM-170/171	and	BUSN-333           p.	107,	22,	158     Communications	1(CM1)
                                                                                                    ACCT-265/ACCT-355                   p.	18,	156,	157     Financial	Accounting	(FA3)
           public Accounting Certificate – 7054                                                     ACCT-224/ACCT-334                   p.	17,	156          Corporate	Finance	(FN1)
                                                                                                                                                            MGMT	Information	(MS1)
           These	are	the	same	courses	required	by	CPAexcel	(Certified	Public	Accountant),	          ACCT-257/ACCT-357                   p.	16
                                                                                                                                                            MS1	(MS1)	Systems	1
           and	if	successfully	completed,	also	give	you	a	Centennial	certificate.	Public	           Requires	transfer	credit	in	FA1,	FA2,	FA3,	CM1,	        Accounting	Business	Case	(BC1)
           accountants	prepare	financial	statements	and	give	opinions	about	their	reliability.	     MA1,	MS1,	FN1,	and	a	business	diploma	or	
           The	work	of	public	accountants	is	referred	to	as	“adding	credibility	for	the	            business	degree
           reliance	of	third	parties.”	Because	of	the	importance	of	their	work	in	ensuring	that	
                                                                                                    ACCT-226/ACCT-336                   p.	20,	157          Personal	and	Corporate	Tax	(TX1)*
           Ontario	is	a	secure	place	to	do	business,	a	licence	is	required	to	practice	public	
           accounting	in	Ontario.                                                                   ACCT-331/ACCT-332                     p.	16,	157          External	Auditing	(AU)*
                                                                                                    * By challenge exam/course exemption only. The Business Case 2 (BC2) must be successfully
           Completion RequiRements
                                                                                                       completed by all students prior to certification. CGA exemption policies are subject to
           Mandatory courses:
                                                                                                       change without notice as course contents are revised.
           ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                              p.	17,	156	
           ACCT-221	            Financial	Accounting	2		                             p.	18,	156
           ACCT-222		           Management	Accounting	1	                             p.	19,	156	
           ACCT-224	            Corporate	Finance	1		                                p.	17,	156
           ACCT-226	            Taxation	1		                                         p.	20,	157    Credit institute of Canada (CiC)
           ACCT-255	            Intermediate	Accounting	1	                           p.	18,	156	
                                                                                                   The	Credit	Institute	of	Canada’s	CCP	designation	has	been	
           ACCT-257	            Accounting	Information	Systems		                          p.	16
           ACCT-265	            Intermediate	Accounting	2		                          p.	18,	156    recognized	as	a	symbol	of	knowledge	and	expertise	in	Credit	
           ACCT-322	            Management	Accounting	2	                             p.	19,	156	   Management	for	almost	75	years.	Designated	Certified	Credit	
           ACCT-331	            Auditing	1	(Financial)		                             p.	16,	157    Professional	(CCP)	members	are	graduates	of	the	CIC	Program,	
           ACCT-336	            Taxation	2		                                         p.	20,	157    have	a	least	five	years	credit	experience,	abide	by	a	code	of	ethics	
           ACCT-501	            U.S.	Tax	                                                 p.	20	   and	participate	in	a	professional	development	program.	Many	of	the	Centennial	
           BUSN-221	            Organizational	Behaviour		                           p.	27,	158
                                                                                                   College	courses	enable	the	student	to	meet	the	CIC	Educational	program,	
           BUSN-225	            Quantitative	Methods	1	                              p.	19,	157	
           BUSN-325	            Quantitative	Methods	2		                             p.	19,	157    with	equivalencies	noted	below.	Credit	Institute	of	Canada	may	grant	a	Credit	
           BUSN-331	            Business	Law		                                        p.	23,	30    Specialist	Certificate	upon	completion	of	all	courses	up	to	and	including		
           ECON-103	            Principles	of	Macro	Economics		                      p.	19,	159    ACCT-334.	For	more	information,	call	416-289-5000,	ext.	2258	or	contact	the		
           ECON-104	            Principles	of	Micro	Economics		                      p.	19,	159    CIC	at	1-888-447-3324	or	visit	the	CIC	website	at	www.creditedu.org.
           MGMT-222	            Management	Principles		                              p.	25,	159
           MKTG-116	            Principles	of	Marketing		                            p.	31,	159    inFormation session
                                                                                                   •		Thursday	August	19,	2010,	6-7	pm,	Progress	Campus.
           Note: You must complete all courses listed.
                                                                                                    CiC requirement                    Centennial equivalent
                                                                                                                                       p.	17,	18,	     Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT112
                                                                                                    Financial	Accounting	1	(FA1)
                Register early!                                                                                                        156             Financial	Accounting	2	ACCT-221
                                                                                                                                                       Principles	of	Macro	Economics	ECON-103
                                                                                                    Economics	1	(EM1)                  p.	19,	159
                some courses may be cancelled because we didn’t                                                                                        Principles	of	Micro	Economics	ECON-104
                                                                                                    Communications	(CM1)               p.	107          College	Communications	2	COMM-170
                know you wanted them! and some very popular
                                                                                                    Law	1	(LW1)                        p.	23,	30       Business	Law	BUSN-331
                courses fill quickly. please register early to avoid
                                                                                                    Credit	Management	(CR1)            p.	17           Credit	Management	1	ACCT-300
                disappointment. Register now for any course                                                                                            Corporate	Finance	1	ACCT-224
                                                                                                    Corporate	Finance	(FN1)            p.	17,	156
                in this calendar!                                                                                                                      Corporate	Finance	2	ACCT-334
                                                                                                    Communications	1(CM1)              p.	22,	158      Business	Communications	BUSN-333
                                                                                                    Management	Information	                       Accounting	Information	Systems	1	ACCT-257
                                                                                                                                    p.	16
                                                                                                    (MS1)                                         Accounting	Information	Systems	2	ACCT-357
                                                                                                    Advanced	Credit	Management	
                                                                                                                                    p.	17         Advanced	Credit	Management	ACCT-301
                                                                                                    (CR2)
                                                                                                    Minimum achievement of 65% required for CR1 and CR2 equivalency courses, 55% for all other.




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                                                                                                   Financial Planning




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Business
Canadian institute of Bookkeeping (CiB)
Centennial	College	and	the	Canadian	Institute	of	Bookkeeping	                                      Financial planning Certificate – 7053
(CIB)	are	proud	to	present	a	program	leading	to	a	career	as	
a	professional	bookkeeper.	CIB	is	a	national,	non-profit	organization	dedicated	                   A	professional	financial	planner	helps	clients	identify	financial	needs	and	
to	preparing	professionals	for	greater	financial	and	job	security	as	certified	                    objectives,	and	uses	this	information	to	develop	a	personalized	program	of	
bookkeepers.	Before	qualifying	for	certification,	students	must	complete	the	                      savings	and	investments	to	help	clients	realize	their	goals.
academic	program	and	have	obtained	three	years	practical	bookkeeping	                              	    Centennial	College	offers	a	Certificate	in	Financial	Planning	in	partnership	
experience.	Listed	below	are	courses	that	may	be	taken	through	the	college	and	                    with	Advocis	and	CCH	Canadian	Ltd,	the	Certified	Financial	Planner™.	The	CFP	
the	CIB	equivalent	courses.	                                                                       program	is	specifically	for	individuals	who	wish	to	become	qualified	professional	
                                                                                                   financial	planners,	as	well	as	those	who	simply	want	a	better	understanding	of	
Note: Final grade of C+ (65%) is required for exemption and certain exemptions may be subject
to time limits. Upon completion of program you apply to the CIB for your certificate. For more     the	complex	financial	world	around	them,	and	wish	to	gain	the	knowledge	that	
information, please contact us at 416-289-5000, ext. 2258 or visit the CIB website at cibcb.com.   will	enable	them	to	structure	their	financial	affairs	to	best	suit	their	needs	and	
                                                                                                   objectives.	Achieving	financial	security	for	clients	is	a	complex	process.	Financial	
 Centennial Course                                    CiB equivalency                              markets,	taxation	laws,	investments	and	investment	strategies	to	be	grown	are	
 Microcomputer	Applications	                                                                       even	more	complex.
                                        p.	58         CIB-111    Computer	Applications	I
 Software	1	COMP-106                                                                               	    Career	opportunities	are	endless,	and	include	mutual	fund	representative,	
 Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112        p.	17,	156    CIB-112    Bookkeeping	I                     self-employed	financial	planner,	financial	planning	companies,	bank	or	trust	
 Financial	Accounting	2	ACCT-221        p.	18,	156    CIB-113    Bookkeeping	II                    company	officer,	discount	brokerage	investment	representative,	life	insurance	
                                                                                                   companies,	full	service	investment	advisors,	credit	unions,	full-service	brokers,	
 Microcomputer	Applications	
                                        p.	58         CIB-221    Computer	Applications	II          investment	fund	companies,	or	companies	that	provide	financial	services	and	
 Software	2	COMP-126
                                                                                                   products	to	individuals.
 Small	Business	Software		
                                        p.	20         CIB-222    Computerized	Bookkeeping	I        Completion RequiRements
 (Simply	Accounting)	ACCT-150
 Accounting	Microcomputer		                                                                        Mandatory courses:
                                        p.	16         CIB-223    Computerized	Bookkeeping	II       CEFN-801	           Financial	Planning	Fundamentals	                        p.	22,	171	
 Applications	ACCT-228	
                                                                                                   CEFN-802	           Contemporary	Practices	in	Financial	Planning	           p.	22,	171	
 Management	Accounting	1	
                                        p.	19,	156    CIB-331    Cost	Management                   CEFN-803	                                                                   p
                                                                                                                       Comprehensive	Practices	in	Risk	and	Retirement	Planning		 .	22,	171
 ACCT-222
                                                                                                   CEFN-804	           Wealth	Management	and	Estate	Planning	                  p.	22,	171
 Taxation	1	ACCT-226                    p.	20,	157    CIB-332    Income	Tax
                                                                                                   Note: For CFP Certified Financial Planner qualification, a minimum grade of 60% in each course
 Payroll	Administration	CEHR-942	       p.	27,	158    CIB-333    Payroll	Administration            is required. For additional details about the CFP Education Program, contact CCH Canadian at
                                                                                                   416-224-2248, e-mail cservice@cch.ca, or Advocis at 1-877-773-6765, info@advocis.ca, or visit
                                                                                                   www.advocis.ca/.


     prerequisites please!                                                                         investment services Certificate – 7397
     it is your responsibility to ensure program                                                   By	completing	this	program,	you	will	be	well	equipped	to	make	necessary	
                                                                                                   recommendations	to	help	clients	achieve	their	financial	goals.	This	program	gives	
     requirements and course prerequisites are met.                                                you	the	basic	credentials	and	knowledge	needed	in	today’s	changing	financial	
     if you lack appropriate prerequisites (or credit) for a                                       services	industry.	Upon	completion	of	the	program	and	associated	industry	exams,	
     course, you may be asked to withdraw or transfer                                              you	may	be	eligible	to	write	the	Certified	Financial	Planner	(CFP)	exam	leading	
                                                                                                   to	the	CFP	designation.	This	program	includes	Financial	Planning	Certificate	
     to a more appropriate course, with the risk of                                                curriculum	as	well	as	two	Canadian	Securities	Institute	courses.
     academic/financial penalty. call 416-289-5207 for                                             	    Financial	Advisors	wishing	to	sell	mutual	funds	may	want	to	consider	
     more information.                                                                             completing	CCSC-103.	Financial	Advisors	with	an	interest	in	stocks,	bonds	and	
                                                                                                   mutual	funds	should	consider	completing	CCSC-101	and	CCSC-102.	
                                                                                                   	    Employment	opportunities	exist	with	most	financial	institutions	including:	
                                                                                                   banks,	credit	unions,	brokerage	firms	and	trust	companies	in	various	positions	
                                                                                                   that	may	include,	personal	banker,	financial	advisor,	mortgage	and	loans	officer,	as	
                                                                                                   well	as	self-employment	as	an	independent	financial	planner.
                                                                                                   Completion RequiRements
                                                                                                   Mandatory courses:
                                                                                                   CCSC-101	           Canadian	Securities	Part	1*	                                 p.	21
                                                                                                   CCSC-102	           Canadian	Securities	Part	2*	                                 p.	21
                                                                                                   CCSC-103	           Canadian	Investment	Funds	(Mutual	Funds)*	                   p.	21
                                                                                                   CEFN-801	           Financial	Planning	Fundamentals	                        p.	22,	171
                                                                                                   CEFN-802	           Contemporary	Practices	in	Financial	Planning	           p.	22,	171
                                                                                                   CEFN-803	           Comprehensive	Practices	in	Risk	and	Retirement	Planning	p.	22,	171
                                                                                                   CEFN-804	           Wealth	Management	and	Estate	Planning	                  p.	22,	171
                                                                                                   *CCSC-101 and CCSC-102 OR CCSC-103




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                                                                                                              General Business
Business
           ADVoCis® (Financial Advisors Association of Canada)
           and CCH                                                                                            Basic quality Certificate – 7658
           As	a	voluntary	organization,	ADVOCIS	is	committed	to	professionalism	among	
                                                                                                              This	certificate	will	be	of	interest	to	those	who	want	to	pursue	careers	in	quality	
           financial	advisors.	ADVOCIS	members	are	professional	financial	advisors	who	
                                                                                                              assurance	as	inspectors,	engineers,	auditors	or	managers.	These	certificates	will	
           adhere	to	an	established	professional	Code	of	Conduct,	uphold	standards	of	best	
                                                                                                              also	help	prepare	you	to	write	the	American	Society	for	Quality’s	(ASQ)	certified	
           practice,	participate	in	ongoing	continuing	education	programs,	and	maintain	
                                                                                                              quality	technician	(CQT),	certified	quality	engineer	(CQE),	certified	quality	
           appropriate	levels	of	professional	liability	insurance	and	are	committed	to	putting	
                                                                                                              auditor	(CQA)	or	certified	quality	manager	(CQM)	certification	exams.	ASQ	is	a	
           their	client	interests	first.	For	more	information	on	ADVOCIS,	visit	their	website	at:	
                                                                                                              professional	society	that	supports	education,	professional	development	and	career	
           www.advocis.ca/
                                                                                                              opportunities	for	its	members	in	the	quality	field.	ASQ	Toronto	section	provides	
           	    Advocis	and	CCH	work	with	Centennial	College	to	prepare	students	to	write	
                                                                                                              awards	annually	to	deserving	students	enrolled.
           the	CFP™	exams.	The	courses	within	our	Financial	Planning	Certificate	meet	the	
                                                                                                              Completion RequiRements
           academic	requirement	of	the	CCH/Advocis	CFP	Education	Program.	Each	student	
                                                                                                              Five courses are required – three mandatory, plus any two from the electives
           must	complete	a	comprehensive	exam	covering	topics	from	all	four	courses.	Upon	                    list (see below).
           successful	completion	of	the	entire	program	and	the	comprehensive	exam,	the	                       Mandatory courses:
           student	can	apply	to	the	Financial	Planning	Standards	Council	to	take	the	CFP	                     CEQA-401	          Quality	Concepts	                                                 p.	26
           exam.	                                                                                             CEQA-402	          Basic	Statistics	and	SPC	                                         p.	22
           	    For	CFP	Certified	Financial	Planner	qualification,	a	minimum	grade	of	60%	                    CEQA-403	          Quality	Auditing	I	                                               p.	26
           for	each	course	is	required.	For	additional	details	about	the	CFP	Designation		                    In addition to the mandatory courses identified, please select two electives
                                                                                                              (see list below):
           and	Education	program,	contact	CCH	Canadian	at	416-224-2248,	e-mail		
                                                                                                              CEQA-404	          Essentials	of	Quality	Management	                                 p.	23
           cservice@cch.ca,	or	Advocis	at	1-877-773-6765,	e-mail	info@advocis.ca.	                            CEQA-405	          Quantitative	Measures:	Statistics	Level	I	                              	
           Notes:                                                                                             CEQA-406	          Inspection,	Test,	Metrology	and	Print	Reading	                    p.	24	
           1. Advocis does not award the CFP® and Certified Financial Planner® designation. The right to      CEQA-408	          ISO	9000	Documentation	and	Implementation	                        p.	24	
              use the marks CFP®, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® and CFP logo is granted under licence          CEQA-409	          Reliability		                                                     p.	26
              by FPSC to those persons who have met its educational standards, passed the FPSC’s Certified
              Financial Planner Examination, satisfied a work experience requirement, and agreed to abide
              by FPSC Code of Ethics.                                                                         Business Administration Diploma – 2406
           2. A three-hour practice exam to confirm complete knowledge and preparation for the CFP            The	Business	Administration	program	is	designed	to	provide	the	knowledge,	skills	
              examination is included upon successful completion of the four courses.
                                                                                                              and	competencies	to	individuals	who	aspire	to	become	front-line	managers	of	
           3. Students taking the Financial Planning Certificate, Investment Services Certificate and the
                                                                                                              business	enterprises	in	all	types	of	industries.
              CSI Mutual funds courses are preparing for careers as Mutual Fund Representatives,
              Financial Planners, Bank or Trust Company Officers, Discount Brokerage Investment               	    This	diploma	program	is	also	offered	on	a	full-time	basis	through	Centennial	
              Representatives, Life Insurance Company Representatives and Full Service Investment Advisors,   College’s	School	of	Business.
              Credit Union Employees.                                                                         Note:	A	minimum	C	grade	and	an	overall	GPA	of	2.0	is	required	for	graduation.
                                                                                                              Completion RequiRements
                                                                                                              Mandatory courses:
           Canadian securities institute® (Csi®)                                                              ACCT-112	          Financial	Accounting	1	                                      p.	17,	156
                                                                                                              ACCT-222	          Management	Accounting	1	                                     p.	19,	156
           In	cooperation	with	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute,	                                            ACCT-224	          Corporate	Finance	1	                                         p.	17,	156
           Centennial	College	is	proud	to	offer	continuing	education	                                         ACCT-334	          Corporate	Finance	2	                                              p.	17
           courses	to	help	students	prepare	for	the	Canadian	Securities	                                      BUSN-110	          Critical	Business	Practices	                                      p.	23
           Institute’s	(CSI)	course	exams.	These	courses	prepare	                                             BUSN-119	          Business	Fundamentals	                                            p.	23
                                                                                                              BUSN-129	          Business	Operations	
           individuals	to	become	qualified	professional	financial	                                            BUSN-210	          Career	Exploration	                                               p.	23
           planners.	They	are	also	available	to	those	who	simply	want	a	better	understanding	                 BUSN-221	          Organizational	Behaviour	                                    p.	27,	158
           of	the	complex	financial	world	around	them.	There	are	no	prerequisites,	                           BUSN-225	          Quantitative	Methods	1	                                      p.	19,	157
           however,	prior	investment	experience	or	post-secondary	training	in	finance	is	                     BUSN-226	          Business	Analysis	
           recommended.	For	more	information	on	the	Canadian	Securities	Course®,	please	                      BUSN-332	          Business	Strategy	                                                p.	23
           contact	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute	at	1-866-866-2601	or	visit	www.csi.ca.                   BUSN-333	          Business	Communications	                                     p.	22,	158
                                                                                                              BUSN-350	          Business	Ethics	                                                  p.	22
                                                                                                              COMM-160/161	      College	Communications	1/(ESL)	                                  p.	106
                                                                                                              COMM-170/171	      College	Communications	2/(ESL)	                                  p.	107
                                                                                                              COMP-106	          Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                            p.	58
                                                                                                              COMP-126	          Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                            p.	58	
                                                                                                              ECON-302	          Economics	for	Business	and	Management	
                                                                                                              GNED-500	          Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action	        p.	75
                                                                                                              HRMT-301	          Human	Resources	Management	                                  p.	27,	158
                                                                                                              INTL-220	          International	Business	Concepts	                             p.	24,	159
                                                                                                              JOBS-221	          Job	Search	Skills	                                                p.	25
                                                                                                              MATH-106	          Mathematics	of	Finance	                                      p.	76,	170
                                                                                                              MGMT-222	          Management	Principles	                                       p.	25,	159
                                                                                                              MKTG-116	          Principles	of	Marketing	                                     p.	31,	159
                                                                                                              SMAL-331	          Small	Business	Management	
                                                                                                              Please select four electives (GNED) for credential completion.




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Business Administration – Human Resources                                                      Business Administration – marketing Diploma – 2403
Diploma – 2709                                                                                 Marketers	manage	the	many	links	between	an	organization	and	its	customers.	
This	program	incorporates	current	trends	in	the	strategic	management	of	human	                 Marketers	analyze	consumer	needs,	develop	products	and	services	to	meet	
resources,	the	affirmation	of	diversity	and	human	rights	and	the	promotion	of	                 those	needs,	anticipate	competitors’	actions	and	react	swiftly	to	shifts	in	the	
positive	union	and	management	relations.	You	will	develop	expertise	in	all	major	              environment.	They	also	develop	pricing	and	communications	strategies,	interact	
areas	of	human	resources	management	such	as	human	planning,	recruitment,	                      with	suppliers,	customers	and	the	public,	all	while	looking	out	for	their	clients’	
selection,	orientation,	employee	training	and	more.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	the	                 best	interests.	
ability	to	analyze	and	interpret	financial	and	accounting	information	for	decision-            	    Centennial’s	three-year	Marketing	program	offers	broad-based	training	
making	purposes.	Legal	issues	are	covered	from	a	proactive	perspective	and	                    in	business.	It	also	offers	specific	training	in	marketing,	including	marketing	
the	use	of	integrated	human	resource	systems	software	and	computer	skills	to	                  research,	marketing	communications	(which	includes	advertising	and	promotion),	
manage	information	and	support	decision	making	is	included.                                    interactive	marketing	(which	includes	direct	marketing,	e-marketing	and	customer	
Note: A minimum C grade average and a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.           relationship	management)	and	brand	planning.	
                                                                                               Note: A minimum C grade average is required for graduation. Program requirements are subject
Completion RequiRements
                                                                                               to change. Visit our website at centennialcollege.ca for current model route.
Mandatory courses:
ACCT-112	           Financial	Accounting	1		                                      p.	17,	156   ACADemiC RequiRements
BUSN-110	           Critical	Business	Practices		                                      p.	23   1.	 Compulsory	English	assessment	or	equivalent	
BUSN-119	           Business	Fundamentals		                                            p.	23   2.	 Math	assessment	or	equivalent/416-289-5000	ext.	2597	or	2598
BUSN-129	           Business	Operations		                                                      Completion RequiRements
BUSN-210	           Career	Exploration		                                               p.	23   Mandatory courses:
BUSN-221	           Organizational	Behaviour		                                    p.	27,	158   BUSN-110	           Critical	Business	Practices		                                       p.	23
BUSN-226	           Business	Analysis		                                                        BUSN-119	           Business	Fundamentals		                                             p.	23
BUSN-333	           Business	Communications		                                     p.	22,	158   BUSN-129	           Business	Operations		
BUSN-350	           Business	Ethics		                                                  p.	22   BUSN-210	           Career	Exploration		                                                p.	23
COMM-160/161	       College	Communications	1/(ESL)		                                  p.	106   BUSN-226		          Business	Analysis		
COMM-170/171	       College	Communication	2/(ESL)		                                   p.	107   BUSN-333	           Business	Communications		                                      p.	22,	158
COMP-106	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1		                            p.	58   BUSN-350	           Business	Ethics		                                                   p.	22
COMP-126	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2		                            p.	58   COMM-160/161	       College	Communication	1/(ESL)		                                    p.	106
ECON-302	           Economics	for	Business	and	Management		                                    COMM-170/171	       College	Communication	2/(ESL)		                                    p.	107
GNED-500	           Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action		        p.	75   COMP-106	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1		                             p.	58
HRMT-301	           Human	Resources	Management		                                  p.	27,	158   COMP-126	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2		                             p.	58
HRMT-302	           Recruitment	and	Selection		                                   p.	27,	158   ECON-302		          Economics	for	Business	and	Management		
HRMT-306	           Employment	Law		                                              p.	26,	158   GNED-500	           Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action		         p.	75
HRMT-307	           Human	Resource	Planning		                                     p.	27,	158   HRMT-301	           Human	Resources	Management		                                   p.	27,	158
HRMT-308	           Labour	Relations		                                                 p.	27   INTL-220	           International	Business	Concepts		                              p.	24,	159
HRMT-309	           Human	Resources	Management	Systems		                                       JOBS-221	           Job	Search	Skills		                                                 p.	25
HRMT-310	           Occupational	Health	and	Safety		                               p.	27,	74   MATH-106	           Mathematics	of	Finance		                                       p.	76,	170
HRMT-311	           Compensation	and	Benefits		                                   p.	26,	158   MKTG-116	           Principles	of	Marketing		                                      p.	31,	159
HRMT-312	           Employee	Training	and	Development		                           p.	26,	158   MKTG-221	           Marketing	Management		                                              p.	31
HRMT-317	           Managerial	Accounting	for	Human	Resources		                                MKTG-223	           Professional	Selling		                                         p.	31,	159
  	                 				Management	                                               p.	27,	158   MKTG-224	           Marketing	Research		                                           p.	31,	159
HRMT-318	           Payroll		                                                                  MKTG-228	           Brand	Planning		                                                    p.	31
INTL-220	           International	Business	Concepts		                             p.	24,	159   MKTG-229	           Interactive	Marketing		                                             p.	31
BUSN-310	           Career	Action		                                                    p.	23   MKTG-301	           B2B	Marketing	and	Channel	Management		                              p.	31
BUSN-320	           Career	Enhancement	                                                p.	23   MKTG-331	           Marketing	Communications		                                     p.	31,	159
MATH-106	           Mathematics	of	Finance		                                      p.	76,	170   MKTG-340	           Strategic	Marketing	Planning		                                      p.	32
MKTG-116	           Principles	of	Marketing		                                     p.	31,	159
Plus choose TWO electives from the GNED courses as part of this program.


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Business
           Business Diploma – 2803                                                                              logistics and supply Chain management
           This	program	is	intended	to	provide	you	with	education	and	training	in	the	                          Certificate – 7386
           broad	areas	of	business	as	preparation	for	a	variety	of	entry-level	jobs	across	all	                 This	certificate	program	provides	you	with	knowledge	and	skills	in	the	full	range	
           industries.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	the	development	of	mathematical,	computing,	                       of	logistics	and	supply	chain	activities	including	supply	management,	inventory	
           analytical	and	communication	skills,	with	further	focus	on	a	solid	grounding	in	the	                 management,	logistics	and	transportation,	quality	management,	enterprise	
           contemporary	concepts,	theories	and	business	practices.                                              resource	planning.	It	may	be	of	interest	to	persons	who	want	to	pursue	a	career	
           ComPLetion reQuirements                                                                              as	a	Purchasing/Supply	Manager,	Materials	Manager,	Senior	Buyer	or	Supervisor	
           Mandatory	Courses	                                                                                   of	Logistics.
           ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                                            p.	17,	156
                                                                                                                Completion RequiRements
           BUSN-110	            Critical	Business	Practices	                                            p.	23
                                                                                                                Mandatory courses:
           BUSN-119	            Business	Fundamentals	                                                  p.	23
           BUSN-129	            Business	Operations	                                                            CEMG-908	          Logistics	Management	                                            p.	25
           BUSN-210	            Career	Exploration	                                                     p.	23   CEMG-909	          Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	                              p.	24
           BUSN-221	            Organizational	Behaviour	                                          p.	27,	158   CEMG-948	          Supply	Chain	Management	                                         p.	26
           BUSN-333	            Business	Communications	                                           p.	22,	158   CEMG-949	          Enterprise	Resource	Planning	                                    p.	23
           COMM-160/161	        College	Communications	1/(ESL)	                                        p.	106   CEMG-950	          Advanced	Operations	Management	                                  p.	22
           COMM-170/171	        College	Communications	2/(ESL)	                                        p.	107   OMGT-223	          Production	Planning	and	Control	                                 p.	25
           COMP-106	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                                  p.	58
           COMP-126	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                                  p.	58   management Certificate – 7391
           ECON-302	            Economics	for	Business	and	Management	
           GNED-500	            Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action	              p.	75   Whether	you	work	in	the	private,	public	or	not-for-profit	sectors,	the	ability	to	
           HRMT-301	            Human	Resources	Management	                                        p.	27,	158   communicate	clearly	coupled	with	sound	organizational,	decision-making	and	
           INTL-220	            International	Business	Concepts	                                   p.	24,	159   problem-solving	skills	are	essential	for	success	in	a	complex	and	ever-changing	
           BUSN-310	            Career	Action		                                                         p.	23   world.	This	program	will	be	of	interest	to	anyone	who	is	currently	employed	in	a	
           MATH-106	            Mathematics	of	Finance	                                            p.	76,	170
           MGMT-222	            Management	Principles	                                             p.	25,	159   management	capacity,	expects	to	assume	management	responsibilities	in	the	near	
           MKTG-116	            Principles	of	Marketing	                                           p.	31,	159   future	or	is	simply	seeking	to	understand	their	work	environment	and	perform	
           MKTG-222	            Retailing	                                                              p.	32   their	current	job	better.	All	of	the	courses	in	this	certificate	may	be	used	for	credit	
           MKTG-223	            Professional	Selling	                                              p.	31,	159   towards	a	diploma	in	business	or	business	administration.
           Notes:                                                                                               ComPLetion reQuirements
           1. A minimum C grade average and an overall GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.                   Eight courses are required.
           2. Students will be placed in the appropriate English level based on skills assessment results.      Four mandatory courses:
                                                                                                                ACCT-112	          Financial	Accounting	1	                                     p.	17,	156
                                                                                                                BUSN-119	          Business	Fundamentals	                                           p.	23
           import and export Administration Certificate                                        NEW              BUSN-221	          Organizational	Behaviour	                                   p.	27,	158
           Coming	Soon.	Check	our	website	for	details.	                                                         BUSN-332	          Business	Strategy	                                               p.	23
                                                                                                                Plus choose four courses from the following:
                                                                                                                ACCT-334	          Corporate	Finance	2	                                             p.	17
           international Business Certificate – 7234                                                            BUSN-331	          Business	Law	                                                p.	23,	30
           As	the	world	moves	to	a	global	business	environment	there	is	an	opportunity	                         BUSN-333	          Business	Communications	                                    p.	22,	158
                                                                                                                CEMG-103	          Fundamentals	of	Operations	Management	                           p.	24
           to	expand	through	both	importing	and	exporting	products	and	services.	Take	                          CEMG-909	          Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	                              p.	24
           advantage	of	the	business	challenges	offered	in	a	world	trade	environment.	Learn	                    CEMS-974	          Microsoft	Office	Overview	
           business	basics	and	gain	specialized	expertise	in	areas	such	as	international	law,	                  GNED-147	          Ethics	in	Business	                                         p.	74,	166
           finance,	importing	and	exporting,	customs	regulations	and	sales	and	marketing.	                      HRMT-301	          Human	Resources	Management	                                 p.	27,	158
           	    What	is	international	trade?	Whether	it	is	shipping	goods	to	the	U.S.A.,	                       INTL-220	          International	Business	Concepts	                            p.	24,	159
                                                                                                                MGMT-222	          Management	Principles	                                      p.	25,	159
           importing	goods	from	Sri	Lanka,	doing	business	in	Europe,	or	making	money	on	
                                                                                                                MKTG-116	          Principles	of	Marketing	                                    p.	31,	159
           foreign	exchange	–	all	these	scenarios	involve	international	trade.	This	complex	                    OMGT-117	          Operations	Management	
           and	sophisticated	field	requires	many	skills	beyond	those	in	domestic	marketing.	
                                                                                                                Note: This program replaces Applied Management Studies (Program Code 7236) and General
           This	program	prepares	you	to	be	proficient	in	dealing	with	products,	services	and	                   Management (Program Code 7802).
           customers	in	a	global	environment.
           ComPLetion reQuirements
           Eight courses are required.
           Mandatory courses:                                                                                       counselling at centennial
           INTL-220	            International	Business	Concepts	                                   p.	24,	159
           INTL-223	            International	Entrepreneurship	                                         p.	24       centennial students can get career and personal
           INTL-334	            International	Trade	Law	                                                p.	24       advice by contacting our career and counselling
           Plus choose five elective courses from the following:
           INTL-221	            Customs	Procedures	                                                     p.	23       centre at 416-289-5000, ext. 2627,
           INTL-222	            Traffic	and	Transportation	                                        p.	26,	176       e-mail: counselling@centennialcollege.ca,
           INTL-303	            International	Banking	and	Trade	Finance	                                p.	24
           INTL-311	            International	Trade	Finance	and	Documentation	                          p.	24       website: centennialcollege.ca/counselling.
           INTL-336	            International	Management:	Strategy	and	Negotiation	                     p.	24
           MKTG-223	            Professional	Selling	                                              p.	31,	159
           MKTG-332	            International	Marketing	                                                p.	31




           Some courses also offered online.
           Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                     Business
marketing Certificate – 7106                                                                      operations management Certificate – 7331
This	certificate	is	for	business	people	who	wish	to	learn	more	about	satisfying	                  Operations	management	has	become	increasingly	important	as	businesses	
their	customers’	needs.	The	program	is	designed	to	improve	your	capabilities	                     intensify	their	efforts	to	reduce	costs,	and	improve	quality	and	service.	This	
as	a	marketer/marketing	manager.	Emphasis	is	on	an	integrated	approach	to	                        program	presents	an	analytical	approach	to	important	production	management	
marketing	from	a	managerial	point	of	view,	using	a	decision	orientation	in	                       problems.	Learn	to	analyze	and	solve	problems	in	inventory	control,	industrial	
marketing	programs,	an	analytical	approach	to	marketing	management,	and	                          traffic,	materials	management	and	basic	industrial	engineering.
an	understanding	of	the	constraints	and	opportunities	available	for	marketers	                    Completion RequiRements
within	the	social,	political,	technological	and	global	environment.	Marketers	                    CEMG-101	            Principles	of	Industrial	Traffic		                                   p.	25	
need	to	understand	how	to	evaluate	new	business	opportunities,	how	to	execute	                    CEMG-102	            Inventory	Control		                                                  p.	24
marketing	plans	and	how	to	control	the	processes.                                                 CEMG-103	            Fundamentals	of	Operations	Management		                              p.	24
                                                                                                  CEMG-909	            Fundamentals	of	Project	Management		                                 p.	24
ComPLetion reQuirements                                                                           CEQA-401	            Quality	Concepts		                                                   p.	26
Nine courses are required.                                                                        OMGT-226	            Materials	Management		                                               p.	25
Mandatory courses:
MKTG-116	            Principles	of	Marketing	                                        p.	31,	159
MKTG-221	            Marketing	Management		                                               p.	31   professional sales Certificate – 7049
Plus choose seven elective courses from the following:                                            The	Professional	Sales	program	is	a	post-secondary	certificate	designed	to	provide	
MKTG-222	            Retailing		                                                          p.	32
                                                                                                  you	with	all	the	fundamental	skills,	knowledge	and	attitudes	needed	for	success	
MKTG-223	            Professional	Selling		                                          p.	31,	159
MKTG-224	            Marketing	Research		                                            p.	31,	159   in	an	entry-level	sales	position.	The	courses	match	the	competencies	the	CPSA	has	
MKTG-228	            Brand	Planning		                                                     p.	31   identified	as	those	required	for	success	in	today’s	marketplace.
MKTG-229	            Interactive	Marketing		                                         p.	31,	159   Note: Students will receive a Certificate from both Centennial College and the Canadian
MKTG-301	            B2B	Marketing	and	Channel	Management		                               p.	31   Professional Sales Association.
MKTG-331	            Marketing	Communications		                                      p.	31,	159
                                                                                                  Completion RequiRements
MKTG-332	            International	Marketing		                                            p.	31
                                                                                                  Six courses are required. (The model route for the four mandatory courses
MKTG-333	            Advanced	Professional	Selling		                                      p.	31
                                                                                                  is BUSN-333, CEBS-115, MKTG-223, and either MKTG-116 or MKTG-221)
MKTG-340	            Strategic	Marketing	Planning	                                        p.	32
                                                                                                  Mandatory courses:
Note: Applicable courses may be used for credit towards the two-year or three-year                BUSN-333	            Business	Communications		                                       p.	22,	158
Marketing diploma.                                                                                CEBS-115	            Customer	Service		
                                                                                                  MKTG-116	            Principles	of	Marketing	or	                                     p.	31,	159
marketing Diploma – 2805                                                                          	 MKTG-221	          Marketing	Management	                                                p.	31	
                                                                                                  MKTG-223	            Professional	Selling	                                           p.	31,	159
This	program	provides	you	with	the	knowledge	and	skills	you	need	to	help	                         Plus choose two electives from the following:
organizations	answer	the	questions:	Who	are	our	customers?	What	are	their	                        ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                                         p.	17,	156	
needs?	How	can	we	best	meet	these	needs?	How	should	we	price,	package,	                           BUSN-119	            Business	Fundamentals		                                              p.	23
distribute	and	promote	our	product?	You	will	have	the	opportunity	to	learn	                       BUSN-331	            Business	Law	                                                    p.	23,	30	
                                                                                                  GNED-147	            Ethics	in	Business	                                             p.	74,	166	
the	basics	of	business	–	accounting,	operations,	organizational	behaviour	and	                    INTL-220	            International	Business	Concepts		                               p.	24,	159
international	business.                                                                           MKTG-333	            Advanced	Professional	Selling		                                      p.	31
ComPLetion reQuirements
Mandatory courses:                                                                                project management Certificate – 7266
ACCT-112	            Financial	Accounting	1	                                         p.	17,	156
BUSN-110	            Critical	Business	Practices	                                         p.	23   Every	business	uses	project	management	in	one	form	or	another.	A	good	project	
BUSN-119	            Business	Fundamentals	                                               p.	23   manager	must	develop	skills	such	as	the	ability	to	plan,	pay	attention	to	details,	
BUSN-129	            Business	Operations	                                                         organize,	direct	and	control	resources,	build	teams,	assess	risks	and	effectively	
BUSN-210	            Career	Exploration	                                                  p.	23
BUSN-226	            Business	Analysis	
                                                                                                  communicate.	This	certificate	is	meant	for	those	who	are	interested	in	learning	
BUSN-333	            Business	Communications	                                        p.	22,	158   these	skills	and	the	proven	project	management	techniques	to	complete	large	or	
COMM-160/161	        College	Communications	1/(ESL)	                                     p.	106   small,	multidisciplinary	projects	on	time	and	within	budget,	while	meeting	quality	
COMM-170/171	        College	Communications	2/(ESL)	                                     p.	107   standards.
COMP-106	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                               p.	58
                                                                                                  ComPLetion reQuirements
COMP-126	            Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                               p.	58
                                                                                                  Six courses are required.
GNED-500	            Global	Citizenship:	From	Social	Analysis	to	Social	Action	           p.	75
HRMT-301	            Human	Resources	Management	                                     p.	27,	158   Five mandatory courses:
INTL-220	            International	Business	Concepts	                                p.	24,	159   CEMG-909	            Fundamentals	of	Project	Management		                                 p.	24
MATH-106	            Mathematics	of	Finance	                                         p.	76,	170   CEMG-910	            Project	Planning	and	Control	                                        p.	25	
MKTG-116	            Principles	of	Marketing	                                        p.	31,	159   CEMG-918	            MS	Project	2007	                                                     p.	25	
MKTG-221	            Marketing	Management	                                                p.	31   CEMG-922	            Project	Communication	and	Team	Building		                            p.	25
MKTG-223	            Professional	Selling	                                               p.	159   CEMG-924	            Project	Estimating	and	Cost	Management		                             p.	25
MKTG-331	            Marketing	Communications	                                       p.	31,	159   Plus choose one elective from the following:
Plus choose TWO electives from the GNED courses as part of this program.                          CEMG-911	            Project	Quality	Procurement	and	Logistics		                          p.	25
                                                                                                  CEMG-919	            Managing	Information	Technology	Projects	                            p.	25
Note: A minimum C grade and an overall minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for graduation.




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Business
           purchasing Certificate – 7108                                                            Canadian institute of management (Cim)
           Learn	to	buy	the	product	or	service	to	meet	requirements,	have	material	available	       The	objective	of	the	Certified	in	Management	(CIM)	Professional	
           at	the	proper	time,	secure	the	right	amount,	pay	an	acceptable	price,	and	assist	        designation	is	to	provide	an	in-depth	knowledge	of	business	
           your	employer	by	searching	out	lower-cost	goods	and	services.                            management	with	emphasis	on	the	practical	applications	of	
           ComPLetion reQuirements                                                                  modern	management	techniques.	You	must	complete	eight	courses,	
           Mandatory courses:                                                                       one	from	each	of	the	eight	CIM	topic	areas.	The	Canadian	Institute	
           CEMG-101	           Principles	of	Industrial	Traffic		                          p.	25    of	Management	recognizes	the	Centennial	College	courses	listed	below.	The	
           CEMG-102	           Inventory	Control		                                         p.	96    courses	listed	below	are	equivalent	to	the	CIM	designation	required	courses.	
           CEMG-103	           Fundamentals	of	Operations	Management		                     p.	24    	    For	more	information	visit	our	website	at	centennialcollege.ca/ce	or	contact	
           CEMG-909	           Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	                         p.	24
           CEQA-401	           Quality	Concepts		                                          p.	26    us	at	416-289-5000,	ext.	2247.
           OMGT-221	           Purchasing	and	Value	Analysis	                              p.	26     Cim requirement                                       Centennial equivalent
                                                                                                     Introduction	to	Management:	develop	a	basic	
           small Business management Certificate – 7229                                              understanding	of	the	principles	of	management	                      MGMT-222		
                                                                                                                                                           p.	25,	159
                                                                                                     with	emphasis	on	the	practical	application	of	                      Management	Principles
           This	program	is	for	those	who	would	prefer	to	be	self-employed	and	have	started,	
                                                                                                     business	theory	and	concepts
           or	plan	to	start,	a	new	business.	You’ll	acquire	the	skills	needed	for	small	business	
           financing	marketing	and	opportunities	analysis,	and	developing	your	ideas	into	           Managerial	Communications:	focuses	on	
                                                                                                                                                                         BUSN-333	Business	
                                                                                                     communication	theory,	and	written	and	verbal	         p.	22,	158
           viable	business	plans.                                                                                                                                        Communications
                                                                                                     communications	skills
           Completion RequiRements
           Mandatory courses:                                                                        Canadian	Business	Law:	overview	of	Canadian	                        BUSN-331		
                                                                                                                                                           p.	23,	30
           BUSN-119	           Business	Fundamentals		                                     p.	23     Business	Law	and	basic	legal	terminology,	emphasis	                 Business	Law
           CEMG-102	           Inventory	Control		                                         p.	96     on	contract	law	and	types	and	uses	of	contracts
           MKTG-116	           Principles	of	Marketing		                              p.	31,	159     Managerial	Accounting:	focuses	on	the	basic		                       HRMT-317	
           SMAL-222	           Small	Business	Finance		                                    p.	26                                                           p.	27,	158
                                                                                                     concepts	and	procedures	of	financial	accounting	                    Managerial	Accounting	
           SMAL-307	           Entrepreneurial	Opportunities		                             p.	23     for	both	internal	and	external	reporting                            for	HRM
           SMAL-331	           Developing	a	Business	Plan		                           p.	23,	157
                                                                                                     Managerial	Finance:	understanding	the	financial	
                                                                                                                                                                   ACCT-334		
                                                                                                     function	as	it	relates	to	business	objectives,	capital	 p.	17
                                                                                                                                                                   (formerly	FINA-334)
                                                                                                     management	and	capital	budgeting	in	the	short	
                                                                                                                                                                   Corporate	Finance	2
                centre for students with disabilities                                                and	long	term
                                                                                                     Strategic	Policy	Analysis:	provides	a	general	
                                                                                                                                                             p.	23 BUSN-332
                if you are a centennial student with a disability,                                   management	perspective	in	decision-making	and	
                                                                                                                                                                   Business	Strategy
                                                                                                     the	analysis	of	general	management	problems	
                please contact our centre for students with
                                                                                                     option Courses (two courses required): Your local branch will offer option courses
                disabilities at 416-289-5000, ext. 2627, e-mail                                      that will meet local and regional needs covering the following subject material:
                csd@centennialcollege.ca or visit                                                    Managerial	Marketing	                                 p.	31      MKTG-221
                centennialcollege.ca/csd. these services are                                         Management	Information	Systems	                                  None
                                                                                                     Quality	Concepts	                                     p.	26      CEQA-401
                free and confidential to all centennial students!
                                                                                                     International	Studies	                                p.	24      INTL-220
                                                                                                     Economics	                                            p.	19,	159 ECON-103	+	ECON-104
                                                                                                     Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	                   p.	24      CEMG-909
                                                                                                     Organizational	Behaviour	                             p.	27,	158 BUSN-221
                                                                                                     Human	Resources	Management	                           p.	27,	158 HRMT-301
                                                                                                     For more information, please contact the Canadian Institute of Management, Toronto Branch,
                                                                                                     2175 Sheppard Ave. E., Suite 310, Toronto, ON M2J 1W8. Phone 416-491-1577, fax
                                                                                                     416-491-1670, e-mail toronto@cim.ca or visit their website at cim.ca.



                                                                                                    Canadian professional sales
                                                                                                    Association (CpsA)
                                                                                                    The	Canadian	Professional	Sales	Association	
                                                                                                    (CPSA)	focuses	on	establishing	a	positive	image	
                                                                                                    and	enhancing	the	value	and	credibility	of	the	
                                                                                                    sales	profession.	The	Professional	Sales	Certificate	program	at	Centennial	College	
                                                                                                    meets	the	academic	requirements	for	the	Canadian	Professional	Sales	Association	
                                                                                                    and	is	designed	to	lead	to	the	Certified	Sales	Professional	(CSP)	designation.	
                                                                                                    	    For	further	information	and	to	register	for	the	Certified	Sales	Professional	
                                                                                                    designation,	please	contact	the	CPSA	directly.	Visit	the	CPSA	website	at	cpsa.com.




           Some courses also offered online.
           Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Human Resources, Labour Relations, Payroll




                                                                                                                                                                                   Business
                                                                                                                                                                                   Business
                                                                                     Human Resources professionals Association
Human Resources management Certificate – 7200                                        (HRpA)
                                                                                     	The	courses	listed	below	are	required	by	the	Human	Resources	
This	program	provides	both	the	necessary	general	knowledge	and	specific	skills	
                                                                                     Professionals	Association	(HRPA)	of	Ontario	to	meet	the	academic	
to	function	effectively	in	a	human	resource	management	capacity.	The	program	
                                                                                     requirements	for	the	National	Knowledge	Examination	(NKE).	
is	designed	to	meet	the	needs	of	practitioners,	as	well	as	those	interested	in	
                                                                                     HRPA	of	Ontario	also	requires	that	no	course	have	a	grade	less	than	C+	(2.5	GPA)	
entering	the	field.	Upon	successful	completion,	you	will	have	satisfied	the	
                                                                                     and	that	the	overall	average	for	the	required	courses	be	no	less	than	B	(3.0	GPA).	
academic	requirements	for	the	Certified	Human	Resource	Professional	(CHRP)	
                                                                                     The	Association	has	accredited	all	of	the	Centennial	College	courses	listed.	
designation	issued	by	the	Human	Resources	Professionals	Association	of	Ontario	
                                                                                     	    Students	wishing	to	pursue	the	CHRP™	designation	are	strongly	encouraged	
(HRPAO)	and	be	eligible	to	write	the	Professional	exams.	You	will	also	receive	a	
                                                                                     to	contact	HRPA	of	Ontario	at	1-800-387-1311	or	416-923-2324	and	ask	to	speak	
Certificate	of	Achievement	in	Human	Resources	from	Centennial	College.
                                                                                     to	a	member	of	the	Professional	Standards	Team.	For	more	information	visit	the	
ComPLetion reQuirements
                                                                                     HRPA	website	at	www.hrpa.ca.
Nine courses are required.
                                                                                     HRpA oF ontARio DesiGnAtion RequiRements:
Mandatory courses:
BUSN-221	        Organizational	Behaviour	                              p.	27,	158   As	of	January	1,	2011	the	following	criteria	to	achieve	the	CHRP™	designation	
HRMT-301	        Human	Resources	Management	                            p.	27,	158   applies	to	all	members:
HRMT-302	        Recruitment	and	Selection	                             p.	27,	158   1.	 Nine	pre-approved	courses	or	course	credits	in	Human	Resources	from	accredited		
HRMT-307	        Human	Resource	Planning	                               p.	27,	158       educational	institutions	(grade	minimums	are	required).
HRMT-308	        Labour	Relations	                                           p.	27   2.	 A	successful	result	on	the	National	Knowledge	Examination	(NKE™)	within	the		
HRMT-310	        Occupational	Health	and	Safety	                         p.	27,	74       designated	time	frames.
HRMT-311	        Compensation	and	Benefits	                             p.	26,	158   3.		A	degree	(see	below	for	details).	Note:	Proof	of	a	degree	will	be	required	before	
HRMT-312	        Employee	Training	and	Development	                     p.	26,	158       members	can	register	to	write	the	National	Professional	Practice	Assessment	
HRMT-317	        Managerial	Accounting	for	Human	Resources		                             (PPA™).	The	degree	can	be	earned	prior	to	step	1	or	2.
  	              				Management	                                        p.	27,	158   4.		Assessment	of	experience.	
In addition to the courses required for the Centennial College Certificate in
HRM (7200) and the CHRP designation, the following address critical areas            NINE	courses	are	required.
in HRM and are highly recommended.
Elective courses:                                                                     Centennial Courses                                          HrPa of ontario equivalencies
HRMT-306	        Employment	Law	                                        p.	26,	158
                                                                                      BUSN-221		Organizational	Behaviour            p.	27,	158    Organizational	Behaviour
HRMT-309	        Human	Resources	Management	Systems	
HRMT-316	        Dispute	Resolution	                                    p.	26,	158    HRMT-301		Human	Resources	
                                                                                                                                    p.	27,	158    Human	Resource	Administration
                                                                                                Management
                                                                                      HRMT-317		Managerial	Accounting	
labour Relations Certificate – 7048                                                             for	Human	Resources	                p.	27,	158    Finance	and	Accounting
                                                                                                Management
This	program	provides	a	broad	working	knowledge	of	labour	relations	in	Canada.	
                                                                                      HRMT-302		Recruitment	and	Selection           p.	27,	158    Recruitment	and	Selection
Upon	completion	of	the	program,	you	will	be	able	to	actively	participate	in	the	
                                                                                      HRMT-312		Employee	Training	and	
negotiation	of	a	collective	agreement	and	the	resolution	of	grievances	through	                                                     p.	26,	158    Training	and	Development
                                                                                                Development	
the	various	stages	of	the	grievance	procedure.
                                                                                      HRMT-307		Human	Resource	Planning	            p.	27,	158    Human	Resource	Planning
ComPLetion reQuirements
                                                                                      HRMT-308		Labour	Relations                    p.	27         Industrial	Relations
Mandatory courses:
                                                                                      HRMT-310		Occupational	Health	and	
CEHR-966	        Grievances,	Arbitration	and	Contract	Administration	        p.	27                                                  p.	27,	74     Occupational	Health	and	Safety
HRMT-306	        Employment	Law	                                        p.	26,	158              Safety
HRMT-308	        Labour	Relations	                                           p.	27    HRMT-311		Compensation	and	Benefits           p.	26,	158    Compensation
HRMT-316	        Dispute	Resolution	                                    p.	26,	158    In addition to the courses required for the Centennial College Certificate in HRM (7200)
                                                                                      and the CHRP™ designation, the following address critical areas in HRM and are highly
                                                                                      recommended.
payroll Compliance practitioner Certificate – 7503
                                                                                      HRMT-306		Employment	Law                      p.	26,	158
Learn	the	payroll	compliance	responsibilities	that	affect	organizations.	Apply	       HRMT-309		Human	Resources	
payroll	legislation	to	calculate	individual	pay,	calculate	and	report	government	               Management	Systems
and	third-party	remittances,	year-end	requirements	and	accounting	for	payroll	at	     HRMT-316		Dispute	Resolution                  p.	26,	158
the	compliance	level	of	the	organization.	Graduates	will	be	able	to	communicate	
this	information	effectively	with	all	stakeholders.
ComPLetion reQuirements
ACCT-112	
CPAC-101	
                 Financial	Accounting	1	
                 Payroll	Compliance	Legislation	–	CPA	
                                                                        p.	17,	156
                                                                             p.	28
                                                                                          internationally trained
CPAC-102	        Payroll	Fundamentals	1	–	CPA	                               p.	28        and educated?
CPAC-103	        Payroll	Fundamentals	2	–	CPA	                               p.	28
                                                                                          are you an internationally trained and educated
payroll manager Certificate – 7504                                                        professional looking for canadian credentials? call
Upon	completion	of	this	program,	you	will	be	able	to	make	decisions,	supervise	           416-289-5207, e-mail us at ce@centennialcollege.ca,
and	manage,	and	contribute	a	payroll	perspective	to	organizational	policy	and	            or visit centennialcollege.ca/ce
strategy	discussions	regarding	a	host	of	key	payroll	issues.
ComPLetion reQuirements
BUSN-221	        Organizational	Behaviour		                             p.	27,	158
CPAC-201	        Payroll	Management	Processes	–	CPA		                        p.	28
CPAC-202	        Payroll	Management	Practices	–	CPA		                        p.	28
HRMT-311	        Compensation	and	Benefits		                            p.	26,	158
HRMT-317	        Managerial	Accounting	for	Human	Resources		
  	              				Management	                                        p.	27,	158

	

                                                                                     Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                     Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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                                                                                                               Insurance Practice
Business
           Canadian payroll Association (CpA)
           The	Canadian	Payroll	Association	(CPA)	has	                                                         insurance practice Certificate – 7246
           represented	Canada’s	payroll	community	since	1978.	
           The	CPA	is	influential,	affecting	payroll	practices	in	hundreds	of	thousands	of	                    Everyone	working	in	the	general	insurance	industry	–	regardless	of	job	duties	
           small,	medium	and	large	employers,	and	payroll	service	and	software	providers.	                     or	position	–	can	benefit	from	a	deeper	understanding	and	knowledge	of	the	
           The	CPA’s	certification	program	changed	to	the	new	Certified	Payroll	Manager	                       insurance	sector	in	which	they	work.	This	program	flexibility	allows	you	to	follow	
           Program	(CPM)	effective	January	2006.	Please	visit	the	CPA	website	at	www.                          a	course	of	study	that	covers	a	wide	range	of	subjects,	including	customer	service,	
           payroll.ca	for	more	information	about	these	exciting	changes	and	transition	                        principles	and	practice.
           provisions	for	students	who	are	already	working	towards	CPA	designations.	                          ComPLetion reQuirements
           to enRoll in CpA CouRses:                                                                           Certificate completion requires four mandatory courses as well as two CIP
                                                                                                               Insurance electives.
           1.	Register	and	pay	tuition	fees	to	Centennial	College.	
                                                                                                               Four mandatory courses:
           2.	Register	and	pay	a	separate	fee	to	the	CPA	in	order	to	write	the	final	exam	and	                 CEIN-801	         Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)		                p.	29
           receive	professional	credit	for	the	course.	To	register	with	the	CPA,	visit	the	CPA	                CEIN-802	         Insurance	on	Property	(C12)		                               p.	29
           website	http://www.payroll.ca.	                                                                     CEIN-803	         Insurance	Against	Liability	Part	1	(C13)		                  p.	29
           	    Course	materials	are	purchased	directly	through	the	Canadian	Payroll	                          CEIN-804	         Automobile	Insurance	Part	1	(C14)		                         p.	28
           Association.	Students	are	advised	to	become	CPA	members	to	benefit	from	the	                        Plus any two CIP Insurance electives
           available	membership	discounts.	
           	    For	more	information,	contact	Canadian	Payroll	Association,	416-487-3380,	                     insurance institute of Canada
           ext.	129,	fax	416-487-3384	or	e-mail	cpm@payroll.ca.
                                                                                                               Chartered insurance
           tHe CpA’s CeRtiFieD pAyRoll mAnAGeR pRoGRAm (Cpm)
                                                                                                               professional (Cip)
           The	CPA’s	Certified	Payroll	Manager	Program	(CPM)	offers	individuals	interested	
           in	beginning	a	career	in	payroll	or	enhancing	their	current	payroll	knowledge	                      The	Insurance	Institute	is	the	professional	education	
           the	professional	certification	that	can	help	them	succeed	in	today’s	competitive	                   arm	of	the	general	insurance	industry	in	Canada.	It	is	a	not-for-profit	association	
           business	environment.	                                                                              of	35,000	individual	members	employed	in	the	general	insurance	business	with	
                                                                                                               insurance	and	reinsurance	companies,	brokerages,	agencies,	adjusting	firms	and	
           Centennial College                                       Canadian Payroll association               employers	of	risk	managers.	The	Chartered	Insurance	Professional	(CIP)	program	
                                                                    Payroll	Compliance	Practitioner	(PCP)		    is	the	property/casualty	insurance	industry’s	professional	education	program.	
           Certificate	in:		                                        In	addition	to	successful	completion	of	   It	is	designed	to	equip	each	graduating	student	with	a	solid	level	of	technical	
           Payroll	Compliance	Practitioner	          p.	13          course	requirements,	CPA	membership	       expertise	and	is	recognized	throughout	Canada	and	internationally.
           (program	code	7503)	                                     +	Continuing	Professional	Education	       	     Centennial	College	students	who	wish	to	register	in	the	CIP	program	must	
                                                                    (CPE)	are	PCP	requirements.	
                                                                                                               become	a	member	of	the	Insurance	Institute	of	Ontario.	There	are	no	restrictions	
           CPAC-101		Payroll	Compliance		                                                                      on	membership	and	the	program	has	no	academic	prerequisites.
                                                     p.	28          Payroll	Compliance	Legislation	
                     Legislation	(CPA	
                                                                                                               	     A	candidate	must	complete	ten	courses	from	the	CIP	series.	Five	are	
                     membership	required)	
                                                                                                               identified	as	mandatory	for	all	candidates.	Three	of	the	ten	must	be	chosen	
           CPAC-102		Payroll	Fundamentals	1		        p.	28          Payroll	Fundamentals	1	                    from	the	applied	professional	series,	which	can	include	a	combination	of	claims,	
           (CPA	membership	required)	
                                                                                                               underwriting	or	broker	and	agent	courses.	The	two	final	courses	required	can	be	
           ACCT-112		Accounting	1	–	Financial	                      Introduction	to	Accounting	                chosen	from	a	pool	of	elective	courses.
                                                     p.	17,	156
                     Accounting	                                                                               	     For	more	information	on	the	Chartered	Insurance	Professional	program,	refer	
           CPAC-103		Payroll	Fundamentals	2	                        Payroll	Fundamentals	2		                   to	our	learning	partners’	link	on	our	website	at	centennialcollege.ca/ce	or	the	
                                                     p.	28
           (CPA	membership	required)                                (Prerequisite:	Introduction	to		           Insurance	Institute	of	Canada	website	at	iic-iac.org.
           (Prerequisite:	Accounting	1)	                            Accounting)	                               note: Examinations	are	conducted	by	the	Insurance	Institute	of	Canada	and	
                                                                    Certified	Payroll	Manager	(CPM)		          examination	fees	are	payable	to	the	Insurance	Institute	of	Canada.	You	are	
           Certificate	in:		                                        In	addition	to	successful	completion	of	   advised	to	refer	to	the	current	Insurance	Institute	of	Canada	CIP	Program	for	
           Payroll	Manager		                         p.	13          course	requirements,	CPA	membership	
                                                                                                               examination	rules	and	regulations.	Textbooks	for	all	courses	may	be	purchased	
           (program	code	7504)	                                     +	Continuing	Professional	Education	
                                                                                                               from	the	Insurance	Institute	of	Canada.	Applications	for	membership	may	be	
                                                                    (CPE)	are	CPM	requirements.	
                                                                                                               obtained	from	the	Insurance	Institute	of	Ontario.	
           CPAC-201		Payroll	Management	
                     Processes	                      p.	28          Payroll	Management	Processes               textBooks AnD exAminAtion DAtes
           (CPA	membership	required)                                                                           Please	contact	the	Insurance	Institute	to	order	textbooks	and	for	examination	
           CPAC-202		Payroll	Management	
                                                                                                               registrations.
                                                     p.	28          Payroll	Management	Practices
                     Practices	
           (CPA	membership	required)
                                                                    Organizational	Behaviour	
           BUSN-221		Organizational	Behaviour        p.	27,	158
                                                                    Management	
           HRMT-317		Managerial	Accounting	
                     for	Human	Resources	            p.	27,	158     Managerial	Accounting	
                     Management
           HRMT-311		Compensation	and	                              Compensation	and	Benefits	
                                                     p.	26,	158
           Benefits                                                 Management	


           CpA’s pReVious pAyRoll mAnAGement CeRtiFiCAtion pRoGRAm (pmCp)
           (For	students	who	started	this	program	prior	to	January	2006,	please	visit	the		
           CPA	website	at	www.payroll.ca	or	contact	the	CPA	for	transition	information.)	
           Note: Payroll Administrator (7421) will be discontinued and replaced by Payroll (7503) and
           Payroll Management (7504). Students who are currently in this program may still complete it, as
           courses are still offered. Students interested in commencing studies in payroll should follow the
           requirements listed for Payroll (7503) and Payroll Management (7504).



           Some courses also offered online.
           Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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                                                                                                      Office Administration/Health Records




                                                                                                                                                                                                     Business
 CiP Program ComPLetion reQuirements
 mAnDAtoRy – FiVe CouRses RequiReD
 C11		    Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(Must	be	taken	as	one	of	the	first	four	               office Administration – General
 courses)
 C12		    Insurance	on	Property
                                                                                                      Certificate – 7211
 C13		    Insurance	Against	Liability	–	Part	1                                                        This	program	provides	the	word	processing,	document	production,	microcomputer	
 C14	     Automobile	Insurance	–	Part	1                                                               and	general	office	administration	skills	you	will	need	to	qualify	for	a	position	as	a	
 C16	     The	Business	of	Insurance	(Must	be	taken	as	one	of	the	last	three	courses)                  receptionist	or	an	administrative	assistant.
                applied Professional series – three Courses required                                  ComPLetion reQuirements
               �                          �                          �                                CEOA-124	           Financial	Applications		                                          p.	32
       Claims series                 underwriting series           Broker and Agent series
                                                                                                      COMM-160/161	       College	Communications	1/(ESL)		                                 p.	106
                                                                                                      COMP-106	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1		                           p.	58
     C110	–	Essentials	of		           C120	–	Underwriting		        C130	–	Essential	Skills	for	the	   COMP-126	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2		                           p.	58
       Loss	Adjusting	                     Essentials               Insurance	Broker	and	Agent	
                                                                                                      OAGN-115	           Introduction	to	Word	Processing		                                 p.	32
                                                                                                      OAGN-116	           Word	Processing	Applications		                                    p.	32
                                                                    C131	–	Advanced	Skills	for		      OAGN-118	           Transcription	Techniques		                                        p.	32
    C111	–	Advanced	Loss	               C121	–	Advanced		
                                                                     the	Insurance	Broker	and	        OAGN-125	           Office	Communications	and	Procedures		                            p.	32
         Adjusting                        Underwriting                                                OAGN-127	           Machine	Transcription		                                           p.	32
                                                                               Agent
  C112	–	Practical	Issues	in	       C122	–	Practical	Issues	in		     C132	–	Practical	Issues	in		     Note: You require only one English to complete the Certificate, either COMM-160 or COMM-161.
    Claims	Management                Underwriting	Essentials           Broker	Management
                                                                                                      office Administration – medical Certificate – 7422
                               electives – two Courses required
               �                                �                                �                    This	program	provides	you	with	the	foundation	skills	and	knowledge	necessary	
                                                                                                      to	function	effectively	in	an	entry-level	position	as	a	medical	receptionist	or	
      C48	–	Automobile		               C972	–	Alternative		             C970	–	Mediation:		
       Insurance	Part	2                Dispute	Resolution             An	Insurance	Approach           transcriptionist.	
                                                                                                      ComPLetion reQuirements
   C49	–	Insurance	Against		           C971	–	Negotiating	              C38	–	Casualty	Loss		
                                                                                                      CEOA-204	           Medical	Office	Procedures	1		                                p.	32,	181
       Liability	Part	2                   Techniques                        Prevention
                                                                                                      CEOA-208	           Medical	Machine	Transcription		                                   p.	32
                              C39	–	Fraud	Awareness	and	Prevention                                    COMM-160/161	       College	Communications	1/(ESL)		                                 p.	106
                                                                                                      OAGN-115	           Introduction	to	Word	Processing		                                 p.	32
                                                                                                      OAGN-116	           Word	Processing	Applications		                                    p.	32
Legal                                                                                                 OAGN-118	           Transcription	Techniques		                                        p.	32
                                                                                                      OAGN-127	           Machine	Transcription		                                           p.	32
                                                                                                      OAME-236	           Health	Care	Terminology	1		                                       p.	32
law Clerk Certificate – 7804                                                                          OAME-237	           Health	Care	Terminology	2	                                        p.	32
This	program	is	designed	for	people	interested	in	working	in	a	legal	environment.	                    Note: You require only one English to complete the Certificate, either COMM-160 or COMM-161.
Practical	and	legal	knowledge	is	acquired	in	order	to	allow	you	to	work	in	a	
law	firm	or	government	office.	This	program	also	includes	courses	in	legal	office	                    Health Records Clerk Certificate – 7984
software.
                                                                                                      This	program	provides	students	with	the	practical	skills	and	medical	background	
ComPLetion reQuirements                                                                               knowledge	to	obtain	work	in	the	health	records	departments	of	clinics,	hospitals	
Mandatory courses:                                                                                    or	insurance	companies.
BUSN-331	           Business	Law		                                                      p.	23,	30
CELC-910	           Real	Estate	1		                                                         p.	30     ComPLetion reQuirements
CELC-911	           Real	Estate	2		                                                         p.	30     CEIL-875	           Essentials	in	Health	Records	Management	
CELC-912	           Corporate	Law		                                                    p.	30,	182     CEOA-204	           Medical	Office	Procedures		                                  p.	32,	181
CELC-915	           Litigation	1	                                                           p.	30	    COMM-160/161	       College	Communications	1/(ESL)	                                  p.	106
CELC-916	           Litigation	2		                                                          p.	30     COMP-106	           Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                            	p.	58
CELC-941	           Legal	Documentation		                                                   p.	30     OAME-236	           Medical	Terminology	1	                                             p.	32
CELC-942	           Legal	Software		                                                        p.	30     OAME-237	           Medical	Terminology	2	                                             p.	32
                                                                                                      SPAT-100	           Introduction	to	Human	Body	Systems	                                p.	93




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                                                                                                      Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                      Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.


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           Accounting, Credit, Finance                                                              Accounting microcomputer Applications 1                                         ACCt-228
Business
                                                                                                    You	will	design,	configure	and	operate	a	financial	information	system	using	a	
           Accounting information systems                                                ACCt-257   mid-market	accounting	software	application.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	meeting	the	
           This	course	will	provide	accounting	students	with	a	basic	knowledge	of	                  operating	and	reporting	needs	of	a	medium-sized	business	that	requires	customer	
           computer-based	information	systems.	Emphasis	will	be	placed	on	information	and	          and	vendor	management	as	well	as	financial	reporting.	Builds	on	the	knowledge	
           document	flows,	internal	control,	business	processes,	and	the	analysis,	design	and	      and	skills	acquired	in	ACCT-150.	You	will	develop	skills	in	designing	financial	
           development	of	accounting	systems.                                                       systems	in	a	more	complex	environment,	analyzing	and	recording	business	
           required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	                            transactions,	and	producing	and	analyzing	financial	reports.
           Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                                    required course	for	the	two-year	diploma	and	the	following	outside	certifications:	CGA,	CIB	
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35                                  Prerequisites:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112,	Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	
           term      seC. #   Date                                 DaY       time             LoC   COMP-101
           Fall	     801	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   HouRs:	60	                              Fee:	IC:	$388.35	
           	         	        Dec	9	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           	         802	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Dec	2	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         803	     Oct	11	–	Dec	1	                      Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         802	      Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                     Su	       10	am-1	pm	       PRO
           Winter	   821	     Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                     Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Dec	13	                              Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
           	         822	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    Auditing 1 (Financial)                                                          ACCt-331
           	         	        Apr	12	                              Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
           	         823	     Feb	7	–	Mar	29	                      Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    Study	the	principles	and	practices	of	auditing	and	professional	accounting.	
           Spring	   841	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Topics	include	audit	reports,	professional	standards	and	ethics,	audit	evidence,	
           	         	        Aug	10	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   evaluation	of	internal	control	and	CICA	handbook	requirements.	Also	covers	small	
           	         842	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   business	audits.
           	         	        Aug	3	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
                                                                                                    Prerequisites:	Intermediate	Accounting	1	ACCT-255,	Accounting	Information	Systems
           Accounting systems 2                                                          ACCt-357   ACCT-257	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           This	course	builds	on	the	knowledge	acquired	from	Accounting	Information	                HouRs:	60	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$388.35	 OL:	$445.35
           Systems	1	and	will	continue	to	integrate	and	deepen	systems	concepts	such	as:	           term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           hardware	and	software	of	computer	systems,	file	and	database	organization,	              Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
                                                                                                    	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           telecommunications	and	networks,	electronic	commerce,	information	and	decision	
                                                                                                    Winter	   821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           support,	special	business	information	systems,	and	management	of	information             	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           systems.	The	course	will	pay	special	attention	to	file	and	database	organization	–	      Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           MS	Access	will	be	used	to	provide	illustration	and	practice	in	database	concepts.        	         	         Aug	3	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
           Prerequisite:	Accounting	Information	Systems	ACCT-257
                                                                                                    Auditing 2 (external)                                                           ACCt-332
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	
                                                                                                    Based	on	the	standards	for	the	professional	practice	of	internal	auditing	–	topics	
           term      seC. #   Date                                 DaY       time             LoC
                                                                                                    include	the	selection	of	audits,	internal	control	review,	internal	audit	reports	and	
           Fall	     801	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
           	         	        Dec	9	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    internal	audit	methodology.
           	         802	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
                                                                                                    Prerequisites:	Intermediate	Accounting	1	ACCT-255,	Accounting	Information	Systems		
           	         	        Dec	9	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    ACCT-257	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           Winter	   821	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	      OL:	$445.35
           	         	        Apr	13	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           	         822	     Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                     Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Apr	13	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Spring	   841	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    Winter	   821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Aug	10	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         842	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Aug	10	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                                    	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO




                                                                                                    Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                    Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Collections                                                                         CCiC-101   Credit management (CR2)*                                                       ACCt-301




                                                                                                                                                                                               Business
                                                                                                                                                                                               Business
This	one-day	Collection	Skills	Workshop	is	offered	in	partnership	with	the	Credit	             This	course	covers	specific,	specialized	areas	of	credit	management.	Students	will	
Institute	of	Canada.	By	the	end	of	the	workshop,	you	will	be	able	to	demonstrate	              learn	about	international	credit	management,	construction	credit	management,	
the	core	components	of	an	effective	collections	call,	apply	strategies	to	manage	              leasing,	piercing	the	corporate	veil,	U.S.	bankruptcy	law,	credit	fraud	and	
job-related	stress,	rejection,	fatigue	and	positively	assert	yourself	when	faced	with	         e-commerce.	
collection	call	challenges.                                                                    HouRs:	45	                              Fee:	IC:	$775.00
HouRs:	8		                               Fee:	IC:$350.00	                                      term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                 LoC
term      seC.#     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC    Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Fall	   801	        Oct	25	                               Tu		      9	am-5	pm	          PRO    *note: Fee for Accounting ACCT-300 and ACCT-301 includes books, lesson notes, audio lectures,
Winter	 821	        Feb	23	                               Th		      9	am-5	pm	          PRO    exams, web membership (access to job boards, newsletters). Students enrolled in ACCT-300 will
Spring	 841	        May	17		                              Th		      9	am-5	pm	          PRO    receive free access to CIC Webinar: Advanced Telephone Collections.

Corporate Finance 1                                                              ACCt-224      Financial Accounting 1                                                         ACCt-112
This	is	an	introductory	course	in	financial	management.	You	will	study	topics	in	              This	course	provides	an	overview	of	the	financial	reporting	process.	It	
the	financial	management	of	profit-seeking	organizations.	A	major	objective	is	the	            concentrates	on	the	recording	process	and	the	production	of	financial	statements.	
development	of	analytical	and	decision-making	skills	in	finance	through	the	use	               The	course	introduces	simple	tools	to	allow	you	to	analyze	financial	information	
of	theory	questions	and	practical	problems.	Many	of	the	problems/assignments	                  and	explain	the	information	contained	in	the	financial	statements	in	your	future	
will	require	the	application	of	an	electronic	spreadsheet	program	such	as	Excel.               roles	as	managers,	investors,	or	other	users	of	financial	accounting	information.	
required course for	the	following	outside	certifications: CGA                                  required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CGA,	CIB,	CIM,	CPA	and	PMAC
Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	and	a	basic	knowledge	of	Excel	or	Lotus	         HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	       OL:	$445.35
spreadsheet	applications	is	required.                                                          term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                 LoC
HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35		     OL:	$445.35                      Fall	     801	     Oct	4	–	Nov	24	                       Tu/Th	    6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time                LoC    	         802	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu	       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         803	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         804	     Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                      Th	       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         805	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa	       9	am-noon	           PRO
	         822	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         806	     Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                     Su	       10	am-1	pm	          PRO
Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa	       9	am-noon	           PRO
	         842	      May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         822	     Jan	8	–	Apr	15	                       Su	       10	am-1	pm	          PRO
                                                                                               	         	        Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Corporate Finance 2                                                              ACCt-334      	         823	     Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu	       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
This	course	examines	advanced	topics	related	to	the	financial	management	of	                   	         	        Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
                                                                                               	         824	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
organizations:	the	valuation	of	financial	assets,	cost	of	capital,	capital	budgeting	
                                                                                               	         	        Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
under	condition	of	certainty	and	uncertainty,	leases,	financial	and	operating	                 	         825	     Feb	7	–	Mar	29	                       Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
leverage	and	dividend	policy.                                                                  Spring	   841	     June	4	–	July	30	                     M/W		     6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	                                  	         842	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu	       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Prerequisite:	Corporate	Finance	1	ACCT-224	or	permission	of	the	dept.                          	         	        Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	                                       	         843	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time                LoC    	         	        Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         844	     May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th	       6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    	         	        Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	        PRO
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         822	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
Spring	   841	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         842	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO

Credit management (CR1) *                                                        ACCt-300
This	course	will	provide	students	with	the	knowledge	required	to	manage	a	credit	
department.	Topics	covered	include	credit	department	policy,	credit	investigations,	
credit	scoring,	financial	statement	analysis,	securities,	risk	evaluations,	collections,	
bankruptcy	and	insolvency	as	well	as	credit	department	organization	and	
reporting.
HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$775.00
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
Fall	     801	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO




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Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           Financial Accounting 2                                                         ACCt-221    intermediate Accounting 2                                                       ACCt-265
Business
           This	course	is	the	second	of	two	courses	covering	fundamental	accounting	topics	           The	course	is	designed	to	provide	you	with	a	comprehensive	understanding	of	
           at	the	introductory	level.	Topics	include:	receivables,	capital	asset	valuation	           accounting	topics,	both	their	application	and	rationale.	These	topics	focus	on	
           and	amortization,	short	and	long	term	liabilities	and	equity	transactions,	the	            the	preparation	of	financial	statements	and	include	temporary	and	long-term	
           organization	and	operation	of	a	partnership	and	a	corporation,	reporting	of	               investments,	acquisition,	disposition,	amortization	of	tangible	capital	assets,	
           income	and	retained	earnings.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	the	preparation	of	financial	          intangible	capital	assets,	current	liabilities	and	contingencies,	long-term	liabilities,	
           statements	in	accordance	with	Generally	Accepted	Accounting	Principles.                    shareholders’	equity	and	retained	earnings.	
           required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications: CGA,	CIB	                        Prerequisite:	Intermediate	Accounting	1	ACCT-255	or	permission	of	the	department.	
           elective course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CPA                               Required	course	for	the	two	year	diploma	and	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA
           Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	permission	of	the	dept.                   HouRs:	51	+	9	hrs.	tutorials	            Fee:	IC:	$388.35
           HouRs:	60	                              Fee:	IC:	$388.35		      OL:	$445.35                term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
           term      seC. #     Date                                DaY       time              LoC   Fall	     801	      Sept	10	–	Dec	17		                    Sa		      9	am-noon	          PRO
           Fall	     801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         	          Dec	2	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         802	      Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         802	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         	          Dec	2	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   Winter	   821	      Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	          PRO
           	         803	       Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         	         Apr	4	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         	          Dec	9	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         822	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         804	       Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                   Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO   	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         	          Dec	2	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         805	       Oct	4	–	Nov	24	                     Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           Winter	   821	       Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO   	         842	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         	          Apr	13	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           	         822	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	          Apr	13	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   intermediate Accounting 3                                                       ACCt-355
           	         823	       Jan	8	–	Apr	15	                     Su	       10	am-1	pm	       PRO   The	course	is	designed	to	provide	you	with	a	comprehensive	understanding	
           	         	          Apr	13	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   of	accounting	topics,	both	their	application	and	rationale.	These	topics	focus	
           	         824	       Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                    Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
                                                                                                      on	the	preparation	of	financial	statements	and	includes	the	statement	of	cash	
           	         	          Apr	13	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
                                                                                                      flows	as	well	as	more	specialized	topics	such	as	earnings	per	share	calculations,	
           	         825	       Feb	7	–	Mar	29	                     Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Spring	   841	       June	5	–	July	26	                   Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   accounting	for	corporate	income	tax,	pensions,	leases,	accounting	changes	and	
           	         842	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   error	analysis,	and	the	principles	of	full	disclosure	in	financial	reporting.
           	         	          Aug	10	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA
           	         843	       May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   Prerequisite:	International	Accounting	2	ACCT-265	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           	         	          Aug	10	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO   HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35	       OL:	$445.35
                                                                                                      term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
           intermediate Accounting 1                                                      ACCt-255    Fall	     801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           The	course	examines	advanced	financial	accounting	topics	related	to	the	balance	           	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           sheet,	income	statement	and	the	statement	of	cash	flows.	There	is	a	discussion	            	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           of	the	conceptual	framework,	generally	accepted	accounting	principles,	the	                	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           accounting	process	and	alternate	revenue	recognition	methods.	Balance	sheet	               Winter	   821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                      	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           topics	include	cash,	receivables	and	inventories.	Instructional	methods	include	
                                                                                                      	         822	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           lectures,	class	discussion	and	problem	solving.                                            	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           required course for	the	following	outside	certifications: CGA                              Spring	   841	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           required course	for	the	two	year	diploma	and	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
                                                                                                      	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	2	ACCT-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
                                                                                                      	         842	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35	      OL:	$445.35                	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
           term      seC. #     Date                                DaY       time              LoC
           Fall	     801	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	          Dec	2	                              F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         802	       Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                   F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	          Dec	2	                              Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO        Register online!
           Winter	   821	       Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           	         	          Apr	4	                              W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO        no lineups, no busy signals. visit
           	         822	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO        centennialcollege.ca/webreg to register online,
           	         	          Apr	13	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Spring	   841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
                                                                                                           anytime! (see inside back cover for other ways
           	         	          Aug	10	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO        to register.)
           	         842	       May	5	–	Aug	11	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           	         	          Aug	10	                             F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO




                                                                                                      Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                      Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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management Accounting 1                                                         ACCt-222   principles of micro economics                                               eCon-104




                                                                                                                                                                                  Business
This	course	is	intended	to	provide	you	with	an	in-depth	knowledge	of	                      This	course	introduces	you	to	the	principles	of	microeconomics.	The	course	will	
fundamental	cost	accounting	techniques	for	use	in	a	manufacturing	and	service	             examine	the	behaviour	of	individual	consumers	and	business	firms	as	they	try	to	
environment.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	product/service	cost	determination	using	job	           deal	with	the	fundamental	economic	problem	of	scarcity.	The	course	examines	
order	systems,	process	costing	systems	and	standard	cost	practices.                        some	of	the	big	ideas	that	recur	throughout	economics	such	as	opportunity	
Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	permission	of	the	dept.		                 cost,	marginal	decision-making,	the	role	of	incentives	and	the	efficiency	of	
required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CGA,	CIB	                        market	allocations.	The	course	examines	how	prices	are	established	by	supply	
elective course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CPA,	PMAC
                                                                                           and	demand	conditions	in	the	various	types	of	market	structures,	and	why	it	is	
HouRs:	60	                              Fee:	IC:	$388.35	       OL:	$445.35	
                                                                                           sometimes	necessary	for	government	to	become	involved	in	the	market.
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC
                                                                                           HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$296.70	      OL:	$360.70
Fall	     801	      Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO
                                                                                           term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time             LoC
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           Fall	     801	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                   Sa		     9	am-noon	       PRO
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           	         802	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	       PRO
	         803	      Oct	4	–	Dec	1	                        Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           	         822	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO
                                                                                           Spring	   841	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Apr	4	                                W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           	         842	     May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         822	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         823	      Feb	7	–	Mar	29	                       Tu/Th		   6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   quantitative methods 1                                                      Busn-225
Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   You	will,	using	calculators,	apply	statistical	and	other	quantitative	techniques	
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   to	business	problems	and	interpret	the	solutions	for	improved	decision-making.	
	         842	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Measures	of	central	tendency	and	of	dispersion,	probabilities,	confidence	intervals	
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   and	hypothesis	testing	are	among	the	techniques	used.
                                                                                           required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
management Accounting 2                                                         ACCt-322   Prerequisite:	Mathematics	of	Finance	MATH-106	or	equivalent
This	course	continues	the	work	started	in	Management	Accounting	1	by	                      HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35		     OL:	$445.35
broadening	your	knowledge	of	Management	Accounting	as	a	management	                        term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time             LoC
tool,	with	particular	attention	to	contribution	income	statement,	analysis	of	cost	        Fall	     801	     Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           	         	        Dec	2	                              F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
behaviour,	use	of	relevant	costs	in	decision-making,	inventory	management,	
                                                                                           	         802	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                   Sa		     9	am-noon	       PRO
activity	base	costing,	transfer	pricing	and	capital	budgeting.
                                                                                           	         	        Dec	9	                              F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CGA	
                                                                                           Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	       PRO
Prerequisite:	Management	Accounting	1	ACCT-222	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
                                                                                           	         	        Apr	13	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35	       OL:	$445.35               	         822	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
term      seC.#     Date                                  DaY       time             LoC   	         	        Apr	13	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Fall	     801	      Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO   Spring	   841	     May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         	        Aug	10	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         842	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   	         	        Aug	10	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO
	         	         Apr	4	                                W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           quantitative methods 2                                                      Busn-325
	         822	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           Review	the	contents	of	BUSN-225	(Quantitative	Methods	1),	covering	each	topic	
	         	         Apr	13	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           in	greater	detail	and	supporting	all	calculations	with	Microsoft	Excel.	The	second	
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   part	of	the	course	introduces	the	following	new	topics:	time	series,	regression	and	
	         842	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   correlation,	multiple	regression,	index	numbers,	statistical	decision	theory,	the	
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   application	of	sampling/risk	analysis	and	linear	programming.	Microsoft	Excel	will	
                                                                                           also	be	used	to	illustrate	topics	in	the	second	part	of	the	course.
principles of macro economics                                                  eCon-103    required course for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
Macroeconomics	is	the	study	of	the	aggregate	level	of	economic	activity:	inflation,	       Prerequisite: Quantitative	Methods	1	BUSN-225	and	Intermediate	Microcomputer	
                                                                                           Applications	Software	COMP-121	or	permission	of	the	dept.
unemployment,	the	business	cycles,	economic	growth,	the	level	of	national	
                                                                                           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	      OL:	$445.35
income,	money	and	banking,	international	trade,	the	balance	of	payments,	fiscal	
                                                                                           term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time             LoC
and	monetary	policies.
                                                                                           Fall	     801	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$296.70	       OL:	$360.70
                                                                                           	         	        Dec	9	                              F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC   Winter	   821	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Fall	     801	      Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                     Su	       10	am-1	pm	      PRO   	         	        Apr	13	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Spring	   841	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	8	–	Apr	15	                       Su	       10	am-1	pm	      PRO   	         	        Aug	10	                             F	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         822	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         842	      May	10	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO




Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           small Business software                                                        ACCt-150        taxation 2                                                                       ACCt-336
Business
           Participating	in	this	course	will	enhance	your	skill	in	the	analysis	and	recording	            Focus	on	the	computation	of	taxable	income	and	income	taxes	payable	by	
           of	financial	accounting	transactions,	create	and	maintain	electronic	accounting	               Canadian	corporations,	including	preparing	a	Federal	12	return	and	supporting	
           records	and	prepare	financial	reports	for	sole	proprietorships	and	corporations	in	            schedules,	calculating	tax	installments	payable,	identifying	filing	deadlines	and	
           accordance	with	Generally	Accepted	Accounting	Principles.	Apply	computer	skills	               penalties,	factors	in	planning	owner/management	remuneration,	integration	and	
           and	knowledge	of	accounting	information	systems	to	support	the	accounting	                     identifying	business	decisions	where	implications	will	have	a	material	effect.
           function,	identify	the	internal	controls	contained	in	the	accounting	software	                 required course	for	the	following	outside	certification:	CGA	
           package	used,	and	evaluate	strengths	and	deficiencies,	analyze	the	impact	                     Prerequisite:	Taxation	1	ACCT-226	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           of	activities	within	functional	areas	of	an	organization	on	the	organization’s	                HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	      OL:	$445.35
           financial	performance,	apply	contemporary	business	communication	practices	and	                term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
                                                                                                          Fall	     801	      Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           effective	interpersonal	skills	to	support	the	accounting	and	reporting	function.
                                                                                                          	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                                          	         802	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35
                                                                                                          	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY      time                   LoC   Winter	   821	      Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           Fall	     801	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa	      10	am-1	pm	            PRO   	         	         Apr	4	                                W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Dec	2	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   	         822	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         802	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   	         	         Apr	4	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Dec	9	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   Spring	   841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         803	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu	      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Dec	9	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa	      10	am-1	pm	            PRO
                                                                                                          u.s. tax                                                                         ACCt-501
           	         	        Apr	4	                                W	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           	         822	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          You	will	gain	a	basic	understanding	of	the	U.S.	Income	Tax	Act	and	regulations	to	
           	         	        Apr	13	                               F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   determine	the	Income	tax	liability	as	it	applies	to	individuals	and	will	cover	the	
           Spring	   841	     May	5	–	Aug	11	                       Sa		     9	am-noon	             PRO   fundamental	techniques	and	procedures	in	the	application	of	everyday	business	
           	         	        Aug	3	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   as	well	as	personal	income	taxes.
           	         842	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   required course	for	CPAexcel.
           	         	        Aug	3	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$365.00	
                                                                                                          term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           taxation 1                                                                     ACCt-226        Fall	   821	        Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           Basic	understanding	of	the	Income	Tax	Act	and	regulations	to	determine	the	                    Spring	 841	        May	5	–	Aug	11	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
           Income	Tax	Liability	as	it	applies	mainly	to	individuals.	This	course	allows	you	to	
           learn	how	to	prepare	a	simple	tax	return	for	an	individual	resident	of	Canada	                 Advanced Level CGA
           and	to	use	the	knowledge	gained	from	this	course	to	solve	problems	relating	to	                ADmission RequiRement
           the	taxation	of	individuals	resident	and	non-resident	of	Canada.	Course	involves	              Part-time	students	with	a	three-year	accounting	diploma	or	degree	in	finance.	Upon	
           lectures,	discussions	and	assignments.	Tax	return	done	both	manually	and	on	the	               successful	completion	(C+	achievement	or	better),	students	will	be	eligible	to	write	
           computer	using	recognized	computer	tax	software.                                               the	CGA	challenge	exam.	These	courses	are	for	part-time	students,	not	enrolled	in	the	
                                                                                                          Strategic	Management	–	Accounting	Graduate	Certificate	program.
           required course for	the	two-year	diploma	and	the	following	outside	certification:	CIB	
           Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$388.35	      OL:	$445.35                      Advanced Auditing (Financial Auditing) NEW                                       ACCt-442
           term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY      time                   LoC   Through	problems,	case	study	and	lectures,	the	student	will	develop	skills	in	
           Fall	     801	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   working	paper	preparation	as	well	as	the	ability	to	identify	various	auditing	
           	         	        Dec	2	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   reports	attached	to	financial	statements.	Emphasis	will	be	placed	on	file	
           	         802	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	             PRO   preparation,	evaluation	of	audit	evidence	and	the	documentation	of	internal	
           	         	        Dec	9	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   control.	Through	individual	work,	each	student	will	produce	various	sections	of	
           	         803	     Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                      Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   an	audit	file.	Specific	topics	include:	the	role	of	auditors	in	the	economy,	generally	
           	         	        Dec	2	                                F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          accepted	auditing	standards,	audit	reports,	unaudited	engagements,	professional	
           Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		     9	am-noon	             PRO
           	         	        Apr	4	                                W		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          ethics	and	rules	of	conduct,	audit	evidence,	legal	liability	and	internal	control	as	
           	         822	     Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   well	as	the	audit	of	the	transaction	cycles	of	an	organization.
           	         	        Apr	4	                                W		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35
           	         823	     Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           	         	        Apr	4	                                W		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   Fall	   801	        Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Spring	   841	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   	       	           Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         	        Aug	10	                               F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   Spring	 841	        May	8	–	June	28	                      Tu/Th	    6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           	         842	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           	         	        Aug	10	                               F	       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO




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                                                                                                          Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                          Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Accounting theory and policy                                                    ACCt-425   Financial Planning, Investment Services




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Business
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Business
This	is	an	advanced	course	in	Accounting	Theory	and	will	include	contributions	
from	economics	and	finance	disciplines.	Standards	such	as	reserve	recognition,	            Canadian investment Funds (mutual Funds)                                             CCsC-103
management	discussions	and	analysis,	employee	stock	options,	post-employment	              This	in-class	course	covers	the	material	in	the	Canadian	Investment	Funds	Course	
benefits,	financial	instruments,	ceiling	tests,	hedge	accounting	and	comprehensive	        textbook,	offered	by	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute.	It	is	intended	to	help	
income	are	critically	evaluated.	Integration	of	Canadian	and	U.S.	standards	               prepare	you	to	write	the	Investment	Funds	in	Canada	(IFIC)	exam,	administered	
with	those	of	the	International	Accounting	Standards	Board	is	presented	to	                by	CSI.	IFIC	is	the	compulsory	licensing	for	those	wishing	to	work	in	the	financial	
facilitate	the	transition	towards	the	adoption	of	IASB	standards	in	2011	for	public	       services	industry	as	mutual	fund	salespersons.	This	course	will	help	mutual	fund	
enterprises.	Practical	and	theoretical	problems	of	the	present	value	model,	foreign	       representatives	guide	clients	in	selecting	mutual	funds	and	other	related	products.	
exchange	accounting,	the	process	and	issues	related	to	standard	setting,	agency	           It	will	also	equip	you	to	confidently	describe	and	determine	the	risk	and	return	
theory	and	other	relevant	topics	are	discussed.                                            characteristics	of	various	mutual	fund	classes.	You	will	study	product	suitability	
HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35                                  and	the	underlying	principle	of	consumer	protection	regulations.	This	will	
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC   ultimately	lead	to	providing	superior	client	service	with	respect	to	mutual	fund	
Fall	     801	      Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO   investments.	
	         	         Dec	9	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   HouRs:	42	                                 Fee:	IC:	$382.00	
Winter	   821	      Jan	7	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-noon	       PRO   term      seC. #    Date                                     DaY      time                    LoC
	         	         Apr	4	                                W	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                        W		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
                                                                                           Winter	 821	        Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                         W		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Advanced Financial Accounting                                                   ACCt-455   Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	8	                           W		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Emphasis	in	this	course	will	be	on	the	following	topics:	consolidations,	foreign	          Note: This course covers mutual funds only – for preparation to sell mutual funds and stocks and
currency	transactions	and	operations,	non-profit	and	government	organizations.	            bonds, see CCSC-101 and CCSC-102.
Consolidations	will	include	a	thorough	discussion	of	investments	in	equity	                Canadian securities part 1                                                           CCsC-101
securities	and	business	combinations.	Standard	setting	both	domestically	and	              This	in-class	preparation	course	covers	the	material	contained	in	exam	#1	of	
internationally	will	be	presented	within	each	topic	leading	to	the	International	          the	Canadian	Securities	Course,	offered	by	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute.	The	
Financial	Accounting	Standards	that	were	adopted	in	2011	for	Canadian	                     Canadian	Securities	Course	is	the	compulsory	licensing	for	individuals	wishing	
enterprises.                                                                               to	work	in	the	financial	services	industry	as	mutual	fund	salespersons	or	to	trade	
HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35	
                                                                                           stocks,	bonds	and	other	investment	securities.	This	course	reviews	the	investment	
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC
                                                                                           market	in	Canada	and	distinguishes	the	roles	and	responsibilities	of	the	key	
Fall	     801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Dec	2	and	Dec	9	                      F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           players	in	the	financial	industry.	You	will	examine	the	nature	of	assets,	client	
Winter	   821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   needs	assessment,	various	investment	products	available	to	the	public,	risks	
	         	         Apr	5	                                Th	       6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   associated	with	investments,	portfolio	evaluation	and	the	analysis	of	publicly-
                                                                                           traded	company	financial	statements.
Advanced managerial Accounting                                                  ACCt-422   required:	You	must	register	concurrently	online	with	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute	to	
                                                                                           obtain	the	materials	–	Centennial	students	receive	a	discount	as	well	as	a	free	copy	of	the	
This	course	focuses	on	the	conceptual	understanding	of	managerial	accounting	
                                                                                           CSC	Check	(online	practice	questions).
and	application	of	management	accounting	concepts	to	support	business	decision	
                                                                                           HouRs:	45		                             Fee:	IC:	$356.00	
making.	Topics	include	relevant	costing,	capital	budgeting,	transfer	pricing,	             term      seC. #    Date                                     DaY      time                    LoC
balanced	scorecard,	inventory	management,	variance,	profitability	analysis,	               Fall	   801	        Sept	3	–	Oct	15	                         Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO
performance	measurements	and	compensation.                                                 Winter	 821	        Jan	7	–	Feb	18	                          Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO
HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35                                  Spring	 841	        May	5	–	June	16	                         Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC   Note: You should register with CSI no sooner than five days prior to the start date of the course,
Fall	     801	      Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                     Su	       9	am-noon	       PRO   after checking with Centennial that the course is definitely proceeding. The CSI National Exam will
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   be written in the last class (if there is a minimum of 10 students), monitored by a CSI invigilator.
Winter	   821	      Jan	8	–	Apr	15	                       Su	       10	am-1	pm	      PRO
	         	         Apr	4	                                W	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   Canadian securities part 2                                                           CCsC-102
                                                                                           This	in-class	preparation	course	covers	the	material	contained	in	exam	#2	of	
Advanced taxation 2                                                             ACCt-446   the	Canadian	Securities	Course,	offered	by	the	Canadian	Securities	Institute.	The	
This	course	focuses	on	compliance	with	the	requirements	of	the	Income	Tax	Act	             Canadian	Securities	Course	is	the	compulsory	licensing	for	individuals	wishing	
for	Canadian	resident	corporations.	Specific	emphasis	is	placed	on	decisions	made	         to	work	in	the	financial	services	industry	as	mutual	fund	salespersons	or	to	trade	
by	the	owner/manager	of	a	Canadian	controlled	private	corporation.                         stocks,	bonds	and	other	investment	securities.	This	course	will	review	financial	
HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$388.35
                                                                                           planning	of	individual	portfolios	and	the	taxation	of	various	types	of	investment	
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time             LoC
                                                                                           income.	You	will	also	analyze	the	markets	as	they	pertain	to	the	various	business	
Fall	     801	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
	         	         Dec	2	                                F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO
                                                                                           cycles	and	investment	products	and	be	introduced	to	designing	and	managing	
Spring	   841	      May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   investment	portfolios	while	maintaining	client	relationships.	
	         	         Aug	10	                               F	        6:30-9:30	pm	    PRO   HouRs:	45	                                 Fee:	IC:	$356.00	
                                                                                           term      seC. #    Date                                     DaY      time                    LoC
                                                                                           Fall	   801	        Nov	5	–	Dec	17	                          Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO
                                                                                           Winter	 821	        Mar	10	–	Apr	21	                         Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO
                                                                                           Spring	 841	        July	7	–	Aug	18	                         Sa		     9:30	am-3:30	pm	        PRO




Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           Comprehensive practices in Risk                                                                Wealth management and estate planning                                           CeFn-804
Business
           and Retirement planning                                                         CeFn-803       You	will	review	the	basics	of	economics	and	investing	along	with	an	
           This	course	gives	you	a	comprehensive	understanding	of	the	principles	and	                     understanding	of	investment	products.	Investment	planning	and	key	areas	of	
           applications	related	to	the	concepts	of	managing	risk	and	retirement	planning,	                personal	financial	management	are	explored.	The	course	concludes	with	estate	
           this	course	covers	products,	issues	and	practices	in	the	area	of	insurance	and	                planning	fundamentals,	concepts	and	applications.	
           retirement.	Also	explored	are	risk	management	and	retirement	planning	processes	               This	course	offers	Modules	15-19.
           progressing	from	the	wealth	accumulation	phase	into	the	retirement	phase.                      recommended:	Financial	Planning	Fundamentals	CEFN-801
           This	course	offers	Modules	9-14:	Risk	Management	–	Fundamentals,	P	and	C,	Other;	Life	         HouRs:	42	                          Fee:	IC:	$382.00		           OL:	$478.00
           and	Disability	Insurance,	Registered	Pension	Plans,	RRSPs,	Retirement	Income	and	other	        term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           compensation,	Retirement	Planning.                                                             Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                     Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           Prerequisite:	Contemporary	Practices	in	Financial	Planning	CEFN-802                            Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$382.00	       OL:	$478                      Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	     PRO
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                   LoC   Note: A three-hour practice exam to confirm complete knowledge and preparation for the CFP™
           Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   Examination is included upon successful completion of the four courses.
           Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                     Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                     Th		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          General Business
           Contemporary practices in Financial planning                                    CeFn-802       Advanced operations management                                                 CemG-950
           This	course	examines	basic	income	tax	laws	and	gradually	progresses	into	a	more	               This	course	is	intended	to	provide	you	with	an	integrated	approach,	from	
           advanced	understanding	of	tax	laws	as	related	to	areas	of	financial	planning.	The	             the	operations	managers	perspective,	in	solving	the	production/operations	
           professional	and	ethical	responsibilities	associated	with	the	role	of	a	financial	             management	problems.	The	focus	is	on	developing	an	operations	strategy	and	
           planner	and	an	understanding	of	the	structures	and	services	within	the	financial	              integration	of	long-,	medium-	and	short-term	plans.	This	course	also	provides	an	
           industry	are	covered.	Different	forms	of	business	structures	are	explored	in-depth,	           introduction	to	the	advanced	operations	systems	such	as	Lean	Manufacturing,	
           along	with	an	understanding	of	trusts.	                                                        Just-In-Time	(JIT)	and	other	contemporary	topics.	
           This	course	offers	Modules	5-8:	Taxations,	Levels	1	and	2,	Professional	Standards	and	         Prerequisites:	Supply	Chain	Management	CEMG-948,	Enterprise	Resource	Planning		
           Financial	Industry,	Organizational	Structures                                                  CEMG-949	or	permission	from	the	dept.
           recommended:	Financial	Planning	Fundamentals	CEFN-801                                          HouRs:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$288.00
           HouRs:	42		                               Fee:	IC:	$382.00	       OL:$478                      term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                   LoC   Winter	 821	        Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                      W		       7-10	pm	          PRO
           Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                     Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   Basic statistics and spC                                                       CeqA-402
           Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   This	course	introduces	the	basic	concepts	of	statistics	and	useful	process	control	
                                                                                                          tools	and	how	they	apply	in	the	workplace.
           Financial planning Fundamentals                                                 CeFn-801       Prerequisite:	Quality	Concepts	CEQA-401	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           This	course	introduces	the	fundamentals	important	to	the	discipline	of	financial	              HouRs:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$284.37
           planning.	You	will	acquire	an	understanding	of	the	concepts	and	applications	                  term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           associated	with	financial	calculations	and	the	analysis	of	financial	statements.	The	          Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		    7-10	pm	            PRO
           basic	concepts	of	contracting	and	family	law	are	covered	followed	by	an	analysis	              Spring	 841	        May	15	–	June	28	                     Tu/Th		 7-10	pm	            PRO
           of	government-sponsored	benefit	programs.	
           This	course	offers	modules	1-4	(Time	Value	of	Money	Fundamentals;	Financial	Statements	and	    Business Communications                                                        Busn-333
           Analysis;	Legal	Fundamentals	and	Family	Law;	Government	Sponsored	Benefit	programs)            This	course	is	intended	to	provide	a	solid	grounding	in	the	important	business	
           HouRs:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$382.00	   OL:	$478                           presentation	area.	The	business	executive	must	be	able	to:	demonstrate	excellent	
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                   LoC   business	communication	skills;	be	capable	of	excellence	in	letter	and	memo	
           Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	12	                    M		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   writing;	be	able	to	produce	high	quality	business	reports;	execute	a	confident	oral	
           Winter	 821	        Jan	16	–	Apr	16	                     M		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          presentation;	be	able	to	effectively	communicate	in	interview	situations;	and	be	
           Spring	 841	        May	14	–	Aug	13	                     M		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          able	to	use	current	software	as	a	necessary	tool	in	the	implementation	of	effective	
                                                                                                          presentations.	
           life licensing qualification (llqp)                                             llqp-001
                                                                                                          required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CIM
           Life	License	Qualification	Program	(LLQP)	is	an	entry-level	proficiency	standard	for	
                                                                                                          HouRs:	45		                            Fee:	IC:	$299.70	      OL:	$365.70
           new	life	agents	and	a	one-step	system	of	licensing.	This	program	is	designed	to	
                                                                                                          term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
           raise	the	educational	standard	and	skill	level	for	agents	entering	the	profession.	            Fall	     801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           LLQP	is	a	practical	course	based	on	the	real-life	experience	of	life	insurance	                	         802	      Sept	8	–	Dec	8	                       Th		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           practitioners.	Agents	taking	the	LLQP	option	will	be	knowledgeable	in	the	                     Winter	   821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           products	and	services	that	are	currently	relevant.	                                            Spring	   841	      May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$630.00	
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                   LoC   Business ethics                                                                Busn-350
           Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   You	will	learn	about	the	ethical	considerations	in	contemporary	business,	examine	
           Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                     Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   moral	frameworks	and	develop	a	model	for	ethical	decision-making.
           Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO   HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$299.70
                                                                                                          term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
                                                                                                          Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          Winter	 821	        Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                          Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO




                                                                                                          Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                          Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Business Fundamentals                                                        Busn-119   Critical Business practices                                                      Busn-110




                                                                                                                                                                                     Business
This	course	provides	an	introduction	to	the	study	of	business	and	e-business,	          This	course	will	help	you	achieve	mastery	of	college-level	learning	skills,	attitudes	
offered	both	as	part	of	the	common	first	year	of	post-secondary	level	business	         and	strategies	that	you	will	need	to	be	successful	in	your	academic,	professional/
programs	at	Centennial	College	and	as	an	elective	to	other	program	areas.	              business	careers	and	personal	life.	Emphasis	will	be	on	the	development	of	
Emphasis	will	be	placed	on	identifying	the	internal	functions	of	business	and	the	      effective	learning	and	study	habits,	research	techniques	and	self-management	
themes	of	technology,	information,	home-based	business,	e-business,	e-commerce	         strategies.
and	globalization,	through	readings	of	the	textbook,	newspaper,	group	discussion,	      HouRs:	45	                                Fee:	IC:	$299.70
the	internet	and	case	studies.	You	will	be	responsible	for	applying	the	theories	and	   term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
concepts	to	demonstrate	an	understanding	of	the	impact	of	business	activity	in	         Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                      M		      7-10	pm	          PRO
your	own	life.                                                                          Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35                                 Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	8	                         W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time              LoC
Fall	   801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   Customs procedures                                                                intl-221
Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   Learn	basic	concepts	in	customs	documentation.	Examine	the	impact	of	duties	
Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   and	taxes	on	the	movement	of	goods	between	countries,	and	prepare	import	and	
                                                                                        export	forms	to	facilitate	the	flow	of	these	goods.	This	course	also	reviews	the	
Business law                                                                 Busn-331
                                                                                        government	bodies	responsible	for	the	flow	of	goods	into	and	out	of	Canada.
This	introductory	course	will	acquaint	you	with	the	Canadian	legal	system	and	
                                                                                        HouRs:	45	                                Fee:	IC:	$299.70	
the	different	types	of	business	organizations.	Topics	include	the	Canadian	Charter	     term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
of	Rights	and	Freedoms,	torts,	contracts	and	consumer	protection	legislation.	This	     Fall	    801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                       Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
course	is	recognized	by	the	Certified	General	Accountants	Association.	For	further	
information,	call	the	program	supervisor	at	416-289-5000	ext.	4663.                     Developing a Business plan                                                       smAl-331
HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35	      OL:	$445.35               Learn	to	scan	markets,	identify	trends	and	opportunities,	assess	risks	and	rewards	
term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time              LoC   of	starting	a	small	business	and	evaluate	the	requirements	for	successful	self-
Fall	     801	     Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                   Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
                                                                                        employment.
	         802	     Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                        HouRs:	60	                                Fee:	IC:	$391.35	                	
	         803	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
Winter	   821	     Jan	7	–	Apr	21	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
                                                                                        Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                      M		      7-10	pm	          PRO
	         822	     Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                        Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
	         823	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                        Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	15	                        W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	   841	     May	12	–	Aug	18	                    Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
	         842	     May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
	         843	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   enterprise Resource planning                                                     CemG-949
                                                                                        This	course	provides	an	overview	of	the	Enterprise	Resource	Planning	(ERP)	
Business strategy                                                            Busn-332   system	including	the	organizational	and	technical	requirements	while	exploring	
This	course	provides	you	with	the	opportunity	to	analyze	business	situations	           the	challenges	associated	with	its	use.	Extensions	to	enterprise	systems	
through	the	use	of	cases	and	to	develop	methods	for	solving	problems	in	the	            are	presented,	including	extended	supply	chain	management,	e-commerce	
major	areas	of	business.	In	the	process,	you	are	expected	to	review	and	integrate	      integration,	managerial	support	systems,	inter-enterprise	integration	and	global	
knowledge	previously	acquired	in	other	business	courses.	Strategic	plans	and	           systems.	You	will	research	and	compare	various	ERP	systems	and	their	suitability.
decisions	are	key	components	of	the	course.	In	addition,	you	will	operate	your	         Prerequisites:	Supply	Chain	Management	CEMG-948	or	permission	of	the	dept.
own	company,	in	a	competitive	environment,	via	a	computer	simulation,	and	              HouRs:	42	                          Fee:	IC:	$288.00
follow	through	with	periodic	variance	analysis	of	your	results	versus	your	             term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
                                                                                        Fall	    801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
quantified	objectives.	You	will	make	and	implement	strategic	decisions,	live	by		
the	results	and	adjust	strategic	plans	accordingly.
HouRs:	60	(includes	15	hrs	independent	study)	        	 Fee:	IC:	$391.35
                                                                                        entrepreneurial opportunities                                                    smAl-307
term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time              LoC
                                                                                        This	course	teaches	you	to	search	out,	discover	and	exploit	feasible	niches	and	
Fall	   801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   specialties	in	the	marketplace.	The	pros	and	cons	of	each	industry	will	also	be	
Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO   explored	as	you	prepare	definitive	analytical	proposals.
Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Prerequisite:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                        HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70
                                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
                                                                                        Fall	   801	        Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                      Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
New Career Courses                                                                      Winter	 821	        Jan	14	–	Apr	21	                       Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO

                                                                                        essentials of quality management                                                 CeqA-404
                                                                                        This	course	introduces	you	to	the	basic	concepts	of	management	and	organization	
   Career Action                                                            Busn-310    of	quality,	quality	systems,	customer	focus	and	process	quality	principles	plus	
                                                                                        tools.	The	course	content	is	part	of	the	bodies	of	knowledge	and	examination	
   Career exploration                                                       Busn-210    requirements	of	the	ASQ	(CQM).
                                                                                        Prerequisites:	Quality	Concepts	CEQA-401,	Basic	Statistics	and	SPC	CEQA-402	or	permission	
                                                                                        of	the	dept.
   Career enhancement                                                       Busn-320
                                                                                        HouRs:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$284.37	
                                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC
                   Refer to website for details                                         Winter	 821	        Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO




                                                                                        Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                        Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           Fundamentals of operations management                                          CemG-103    international entrepreneurship                                                 intl-223
Business
           This	course	provides	you	with	an	overview	of	the	importance	of	the	operations	             Have	you	ever	wanted	to	import	or	export	a	product	or	service	and	didn’t	
           management	function	in	the	production	of	goods	and	services	in	an	organization.	           know	where	to	start?	This	hands-on	course	is	designed	to	give	basic	practical	
           The	background	to	the	development	of	operations	management	is	reviewed,	                   procedures	businesses	need	to	know	if	they	are	planning	to	import/export.	
           and	the	natural	relationship	between	operations	and	logistics	is	examined.	You	            Content	includes	–	resources	available,	paperwork,	regulations	and	regulatory	
           will	demonstrate	your	understanding	of	the	impact	of	operations	activities	in	the	         bodies	involved,	sources	of	information	and	available	financing.	This	is	a	great	
           business	environment,	analyze	and	evaluate	the	operations	of	an	organization,	             course	for	anyone	wanting	to	learn	the	basics	of	doing	business	globally.
           and	will	endeavour	to	solve	typical	operations	problems	related	to	quality,	cost	          HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	
           and	delivery	of	products.	                                                                 term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
           HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$284.37	       OL:	$340.35               Fall	   801	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                     W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC    Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                     W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
           Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                     W		       7-10	pm	        PRO    Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                      W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
           Winter	 821	        Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	16	–	Aug	15	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO    international management:
                                                                                                      strategy and negotiation                                                       intl-336
           Fundamentals of project management                                             CemG-909    This	course	addresses	the	development	of	two	essential	skills	required	for	success	
           This	introductory	course	provides	an	overview	of	all	aspects	of	the	project	               in	international	business	–	professional	cross-cultural	negotiation	and	strategy	
           management	function,	including	the	role	of	a	project	manager,	project	definition,	         formulation.	It	helps	you	develop	your	ability	to	negotiate	and	communicate	
           project	management	process,	importance	of	communication	and	team	building,	                across	cultural	barriers	and	make	decisions	based	on	the	analysis	of	key	variables	
           and	project	management	strategies.	You	will	trace	a	project	from	identification	to	        in	dynamic	settings.
           implementation.                                                                            Prerequisite:	International	Business	Concepts	INTL-220,	Professional	Selling	1	MKTG-223	or	
           HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$284.37	                                 permission	of	the	dept.
           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC    HouRs:	60	                              Fee:	IC:	$391.35
           Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                     M		     7-10	pm	          PRO    term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
           Winter	 821	        Jan	16	–	Apr	23	                      M		     7-10	pm	          PRO    Fall	   801	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                     W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	15	–	June	28	                     Tu/Th		 7-10	pm	          PRO    Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                      W		      7-10	pm	             PRO

           inspection, test, metrology and print Reading                                  CeqA-406    international trade Finance and Documentation                                  intl-311
           This	course	introduces	the	fundamental	concepts	and	principles	of	print	reading,	          This	course	will	provide	you	with	detailed	knowledge	on	foreign	trade	
           inspection,	metrology	and	calibration	and	how	they	apply	in	the	workplace.	                documentation	in	relation	to	various	modes	of	payment.	Detailed	discussions	will	
           The	course	content	is	part	of	the	bodies	of	knowledge	and	an	examination	                  focus	on	elementary	and	advanced	terms	of	payment	used	in	the	international	
           requirement	of	the	ASQ	(CQT	and	CQA).                                                      business	process.	Explore	the	applications	of	various	trade	documents	used	by	
           HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$284.37	                                 trade	importers,	exporters,	banks	and	other	shareholders	in	the	international	
           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC    business	system.	The	focus	will	be	on	letters	of	credit,	collections,	bills	of	exchange,	
           Fall	    801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO    specialized	credits	and	other	payment	tools	used	in	foreign	trade	documentation.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite:	International	Business	Concepts	INTL-220	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           international Banking and trade Finance                                         intl-303   HouRs:	45		                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70
           Topics	of	this	course	include	methods	of	payment,	collection,	letters	of	credit,	          term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
           forward	foreign	exchange	contracts,	financing	methods	and	guarantees,	means	of	            Fall	   801	       Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
           mitigating	risk,	sources	of	funding,	and	the	international	banking	institutions.           Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                     Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO
           Prerequisite:	Mathematics	of	Finance	MATH-106	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
           HouRs:	45	                            Fee:	IC:	$391.35	                                    international trade law                                                        intl-334
           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC    Laws	and	customs	vary	from	one	country	to	another.	Exporters	and	importers	
           Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		     7-10	pm	          PRO    need	to	be	aware	of	these	differences	and	how	they	may	affect	their	business	
           Spring	 841	        May	15	–	July	3	                      Tu/Th		 7-10	pm	          PRO    dealings.	This	course	identifies	the	major	international	bodies	and	their	roles,	
                                                                                                      researches	the	trade	laws	of	other	countries	and	international	conventions	
           international Business Concepts                                                 intl-220   governing	the	sale	and	movement	of	goods,	and	examines	the	requirements	of	
           This	course	gives	a	broad	overview	of	international	trade,	the	macro-environment	          export	and	import	permits.
           within	which	international	business	takes	place,	and	the	major	strategic	decisions	        Prerequisite:	International	Business	Concepts	INTL-220	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           facing	international	business	managers.	Examine	issues	from	the	perspective	               HouRs:	45	                              Fee:	IC:	$299.70
           of	a	Canadian	business	person	seeking	international	opportunities.	This	is	                term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
           the	foundation	course	that	opens	the	door	to	other	areas	of	interest	in	the	               Fall	   801	       Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                    Sa		     9	am-noon	           PRO
           international	field	of	studies.                                                            Spring	 841	       May	12	–	Aug	18	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	           PRO
           HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$299.70	        PB:$299.70
           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC    inventory Control                                                             CemG-102
           Fall	   801	        Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO    Study	the	operations	of	inventory	control	systems.	Learn	the	use	of	quotas,	
           Winter	 821	        Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO    forecasts,	budgets,	planning	analysis	and	data	processing	equipment.	Use	
           Spring	 841	        May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO    mathematical	approaches	to	show	relationships	between	inventory	and	
                                                                                                      production	control	systems.
                                                                                                      HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37	
                                                                                                      term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
                                                                                                      Fall	    801	      Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO

                                                                                                      iso 9000 Documentation and implementation                                     CeqA-408
                                                                                                      This	course	guides	the	students	through	quality	management	system	
                                                                                                      documentation	and	implementation	based	on	the	requirements	of	the	ISO	
                                                                                                      9001:2000	standard.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite:	Quality	Auditing	I	CEQA-403	or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                                      HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37
                                                                                                      term     seC. #    Date                                 DaY      time                 LoC
                                                                                                      Winter	 821	       Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                     Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO
           Some courses also offered online.
           Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Job search skills                                                                JoBs-221   principles of industrial traffic                                         CemG-101




                                                                                                                                                                                   Business
                                                                                                                                                                                   Business
Learn	job	search	skills	such	as	resumé	preparation,	job	search,	interview	                  Both	purchasing	agents	and	shippers	will	benefit	from	this	introduction	to	
techniques	and	career	planning	to	enhance	your	opportunities	for	employment	in	             the	elements	of	traffic	for	manufacturing	companies.	Topics	include	methods	
business,	industry	or	government.                                                           of	transportation,	value-costing	documentation,	customs,	importing	and	
HouRs:	15	                                Fee:	IC:	$116.40                                  warehousing.
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC   HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37
Fall	   801	        Sept	7	–	Dec	7	                         W		      7-9	pm	          PRO   term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                        Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO   Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                  Tu		    7-10	pm	           PRO
Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	8	                          W		      7-10	pm	         PRO   Winter	 821	       Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                   Tu		    7-10	pm	           PRO

logistics management                                                            CemG-908    production planning and Control                                          omGt-223
Learn	the	principles	and	practices	of	logistics	management	and	why	it	is	quickly	           Learn	skills	needed	in	planning	and	controlling	the	use	of	resources	in	production.	
gaining	importance.	Apply	the	theories	and	concepts	of	order	processing,	                   The	content	deals	with	translating	a	sales	forecast	into	a	variable	production	plan	
customer	service,	materials	management,	purchasing,	inventory	control,	                     to	coordinate,	execute	and	control	the	activities	of	an	operation	to	ensure	that	the	
warehousing	and	distribution	to	develop	an	integrated	logistics	management	                 organizational	goals	are	met	in	a	cost-effective	manner.	
approach	to	solving	business	problems.                                                      HouRs:	60		                            Fee:	IC:	$394.35
HouRs:	42	                                Fee:	IC:	$284.37                                  term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC   Fall	     801	     Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                  W		     7-10	pm	           PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	16	–	Apr	23	                        M		      7-10	pm	         PRO   	         	        Dec	8	                             Th		    7-10	pm	           PRO
                                                                                            Winter	   821	     Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                   W		     7-10	pm	           PRO
management principles                                                           mGmt-222    	         	        Apr	13	                            F	      7-10	pm	           PRO
Apply	management	principles	to	the	decision-making	process.	Assess	strategic	
plans,	design	organizational	structures	and	examine	management	control	systems	             project Communication and team Building                                  CemG-922
within	the	framework	of	the	internal	and	external	environments.	                            Effective	communication	and	teamwork	is	essential	for	successful	project	
Prerequisite:	Organizational	Behaviour	BUSN-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.	                 management.	This	course	provides	a	review	of	organizational	behaviour	and	
required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	PMAC                              motivation	theory	as	well	as	how	teams	work,	and	how	to	measure	and	improve	
HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35	      OL	:	$457.35                  team	performance.
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC   HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37
Fall	   801	        Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                        W		      7-10	pm	         PRO   term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                        W		      7-10	pm	         PRO   Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                  W		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	16	–	Apr	23	                   M		     7-10	pm	           PRO
managing information technology projects                                        CemG-919
This	course	is	designed	for	IT	professionals,	project	leaders	and	project	team	             project estimating and Cost management                                   CemG-924
members.	It	covers	planning,	development,	execution	and	control	of	IT	projects,	in	         This	course	deals	with	the	principles	and	practices	of	project	estimations	and	
a	fast-paced	environment	of	changing	requirements	and	technologies.	Each	of	the	            estimate	revisions.	Cost	optimization	and	cost	management	techniques,	including	
five	process	groups	–	initiation,	planning,	execution,	control	and	close-out	–	will	        monitoring,	reporting	and	controlling	will	be	examined.	Relationships	between	
be	covered	from	the	perspective	of	the	Project	Management	Body	of	Knowledge	                project	cost	and	other	project	parameters,	such	as	scope,	time	and	quality,	will	be	
(PMBOK®)	methodologies.	Special	emphasis	will	be	placed	on	risk	and	quality	                explored.
management	as	well	as	implementation	of	monitoring	tools	and	controlling	                   HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37
techniques.                                                                                 term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
HouRs:	42	                                Fee:	IC:	$284.37                                  Winter	 821	       Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                   W		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                                                                            Spring	 841	       May	14	–	July	2	                   M/W		   7-10	pm	           PRO
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC
Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                       Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                        Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO   project planning and Control                                             CemG-910
                                                                                            This	course	emphasizes	planning	and	control	process,	primarily	from	the	project	
materials management                                                            omGt-226    manager’s	perspective	within	a	project	environment.	Learn	the	various	planning	
You’ll	use	Materials	Requirements	Planning	(MRP)	to	anticipate	material	                    techniques	and	how	to	effectively	control	costs	to	complete	the	project	on	
needs,	consider	lead	times,	release	purchase	orders	and	schedule	production	in	             time.	Topics	include	developing	a	statement	of	work,	cost	estimation,	planning	
accordance	with	the	master	schedule.	Explore	issues	in	receiving,	inventory	and	            work	packages,	risk	management,	conflict	resolution	and	setting	performance	
stores	management,	customs,	traffic	and	transportation	as	well	as	treatment	of	             measurement	criteria.
work-in-process	inventories,	and	surplus	and	obsolete	materials.                            Prerequisite:	Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	CEMG-909	or	permission	of	the	dept.
HouRs:	60	                                Fee:	IC:	$394.35                                  HouRs:	42	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$284.37
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC   term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
Fall	   801	        Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                        Tu		     7-10	pm	         PRO   Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                  Tu		    7-10	pm	           PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                        Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO   Winter	 821	       Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                   Tu		    7-10	pm	           PRO


ms project 2007                                                                 CemG-918    project quality procurement and logistics                                CemG-911
Microcomputer-based	project	management	software	is	becoming	an	important	                   In	many	projects,	especially	in	construction	and	engineering,	capital	equipment	
means	of	planning	and	controlling	projects.	Gain	hands-on	training	using	MS	                and	material	cost	can	be	a	major	investment.	You	will	gain	an	appreciation	for	
Project	2007	software	to	create	task	lists,	establish	task	dependencies,	assign	            the	importance	of	procurement	and	logistics	function	in	controlling	project	cost.	
resources	to	tasks,	analyze	schedules	and	produce	management	reports.                       Topics	covered	include	developing	material	specification,	supplier	selection,	
Prerequisite:	Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	CEMG-909	or	permission	of	dept.            competitive	bidding,	price	negotiation,	life-cycle	costing,	expediting	delivery,	
HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37                                     inventory	management,	transportation	and	the	financing	of	projects.
term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY      time             LoC   Prerequisite:	Fundamentals	of	Project	Management	CEMG-909	or	permission	of	the	dept.
Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                        Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO   HouRs:	42	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$284.37
Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                        Th		     7-10	pm	         PRO   term      seC. #   Date                               DaY     time               LoC
                                                                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                  Tu		    7-10	pm	           PRO
powerpoint presentation with pizzAz                                              Cesi-801   Winter	 821	       Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                   Th		    7-10	pm	           PRO
Please	see	our	Lifestyle	and	Leisure	section,	p.	113	for	course	details.


Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           purchasing and Value Analysis                                                  omGt-221        traffic and transportation                                                 intl-222
Business
           Learn	the	basic	principles	and	practices	of	effective	purchasing	including	                    The	movement	of	goods	from	one	country	to	another	and	the	internal	movement	
           developing	material	specifications,	selecting	suppliers,	negotiating	prices	and	how	           of	goods	is	a	major	cost	and	part	of	the	logistics	of	doing	business.	This	course	
           to	reduce	material	cost	by	applying	the	value	analysis	techniques.	This	course	also	           looks	at	all	aspects	of	moving	goods	internationally,	including	cost	controls,	
           deals	with	how	to	organize	a	purchasing	department,	and	emphasizes	the	ethical	                distribution	alternatives	and	other	transportation	issues.
           and	legal	obligations	and	responsibilities	of	a	buyer.	                                        HouRs:	45	                            Fee:	IC:	$299.70
           HouRs:	60	                              Fee:	IC:	$394.35                                       term    seC. #    Date                                DaY      time               LoC
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC    Fall	   801	      Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO
           Fall	   801	        Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                     Th		    7-10	pm	               PRO
           Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                     Th		    7-10	pm	               PRO    Human Resources/Labour Relations/Payroll
           Spring	 841	        May	8	–	July	3	                      Tu/Th		 7-10	pm	               PRO
                                                                                                          Compensation and Benefits                                                  HRmt-311
           quality Auditing i                                                             CeqA-403        This	course	provides	you	with	an	understanding	of	the	process,	issues	and	
           This	course	introduces	you	to	the	fundamental	concepts	and	principles	of	auditing	             techniques	involved	in	developing	and	administering	a	compensation	system.
           and	how	they	apply	in	the	workplace.	The	course	content	is	part	of	the	bodies	of	              required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario,	CPA	
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
           knowledge	and	examination	requirements	of	the	ASQ	(CQT	and	CQA).	
           HouRs:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$284.37                                       HouRs:	60	                            	 Fee:	IC:	$299.70	    OL:	$457.35
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC    term    seC. #    Date                                DaY      time               LoC
           Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	              PRO    Fall	   801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	14	–	Aug	2	                      M/W		    7-10	pm	              PRO    Winter	 821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                                                                                          Spring	 842	      May	9	–	Aug	8	                      W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           quality Concepts                                                               CeqA-401
           This	course	introduces	you	to	the	fundamental	concepts	of	quality	assurance	                   Dispute Resolution                                                         HRmt-316
           and	how	they	apply	in	the	workplace.	The	course	content	is	part	of	the	bodies	of	              Examine	the	major	methods	currently	used	by	organizations	for	resolving	
           knowledge	and	examination	requirements	of	the	ASQ	(CQT	and	CQA).                               disputes.	Understand	alternative	dispute	resolution	(ADR)	in	its	historical,	social	
           HouRs:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$284.37                                       and	legal	context.	Various	ADR	techniques	will	be	examined	and	compared.	You	
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC    will	be	provided	with	an	overview	of	ADR	mechanisms,	their	advantages	and	
           Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO    disadvantages,	and	recognize	the	appropriate	situations	in	which	to	apply	them.	
           Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO    Special	emphasis	is	placed	on	developing	mediation	skills.	
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           Reliability                                                                    CeqA-409        HouRs:	45	                          	 Fee:	IC:	$299.70	 OL:	$457.35
           This	course	introduces	the	fundamental	concepts	of	reliability	and	how	they	apply	             term    seC. #    Date                                DaY      time               LoC
           in	the	workplace.	The	course	content	is	part	of	the	bodies	of	knowledge	and	an	                Fall	   801	      Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                   M		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           examination	requirement	of	the	ASQ	(CQE).                                                      Winter	 821	      Jan	9	–	Apr	23	                     M		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           Prerequisite:	Quantitative	Measures:	Statistics	Level	II	CEQA-405	or	permission	of	the	dept.   Spring	 841	      May	7	–	Aug	20	                     M		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$284.37
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC
                                                                                                          employee training and Development                                          HRmt-312
           Fall	    801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	              PRO    Gain	an	overview	of	the	Human	Resource	Development	(HRD)	function.	Learn	
                                                                                                          concepts	and	practices	including	the	organizational	settings	of	HRD,	needs	
           small Business Finance                                                         smAl-222        assessment,	training	administration,	evaluation	practices	and	instructional	
           Analyze	financial	statements,	determine	cash	flow	and	sources	of	financing,	                   techniques.
           identify	government	assistance	programs,	and	apply	income	tax	minimization	and	                required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario
           deferral	techniques.                                                                           Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
           Prerequisite:	Accounting	and	Finance	Concepts	ACCT-123	or	permission	of	the	dept               HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	       OL:	$365.70	
           HouRs:	45	                            Fee:	IC:	$299.70                                         term    seC. #    Date                                DaY      time               LoC
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC    Fall	   801	      Sept	8	–	Dec	8	                     Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO
           Fall	   801	        Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                    Sa		     9	am-noon	            PRO    Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO
           Winter	 821	        Jan	14	–	Apr	21	                     Sa		     9	am-noon	            PRO    Spring	 841	      May	10	–	Aug	9	                     Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO


           supply Chain management                                                        CemG-948        employment law                                                             HRmt-306
           This	course	provides	an	introduction	to	the	concepts	of	Supply	Chain	                          Develop	a	working	knowledge	of	the	main	features	of	Ontario	legislation	
           Management	and	how	these	enable	organizations	to	improve	their	efficiency	                     governing	the	employment	contract,	employment	standards,	human	rights,	
           and	effectiveness	in	the	global	and	highly	competitive	environment	of	the	21st	                employment	equity,	workers	compensation	and	labour	relations.
           century.	The	main	goal	of	this	course	is	to	assist	in	making	those	changes	that	               Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.
           are	critical	to	successful	supply	chain	implementation.	As	a	survey	course,	it	                HouRs:	45	                          Fee:	IC:	$391.35	   OL:	$457.35
                                                                                                          term    seC. #    Date                                DaY      time               LoC
           examines	the	main	components	of	Supply	Chain,	some	techniques	for	managing	
                                                                                                          Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	20	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
           them	properly	as	well	as	the	most	important	strategies	for	planning	of	the	overall	
                                                                                                          Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           Supply	Chain	Management	programs.                                                              Spring	 841	      May	9	–	Aug	8	                      W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
           Prerequisite:	Admission	requirement	for	the	Logistics	and	Supply	Chain	Management	
           Certificate	(7386)	
           HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$288.00
           term     seC. #     Date                                 DaY      time                  LoC
           Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                    M		      7-10	pm	              PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                     Th		     7-10	pm	              PRO




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Grievances, Arbitration and                                                                 managerial Accounting for




                                                                                                                                                                                           Business
Contract Administration                                                          CeHR-966   Human Resources management                                                    HRmt-317
This	course	provides	a	broad	understanding	of	the	structure	and	process	of	                 Many	decisions	faced	by	HR	managers	have	an	accounting	or	financial	aspect.	For	
grievance	arbitration.	Through	extensive	role-playing	and	the	use	of	simulations,	          example,	an	HR	manager	must	be	able	to	prepare	an	operating	budget	for	his/her	
you	will	develop	practical	organizational	and	presentation	skills	as	well	as	gain	          area	of	responsibility.	This	requires	a	detailed	knowledge	of	budgeting	procedures.	
a	working	knowledge	of	the	grievance	arbitration	process.	Upon	completion,	                 This	course	introduces	you	to	financial	reports/statements,	budgets	and	the	
you	will	be	able	to	participate	in	grievance	settlement	meetings	and	assist	in	the	         budgetary	process.
preparation	and	presentation	of	a	case	in	an	arbitration	hearing.	Major	issues	and	         required course for the following outside certifications:	Canadian	Institute	of	
important	trends	in	arbitrator	awards	are	also	examined.                                    Management,	HRPA	of	Ontario,	The	Canadian	Payroll	Association
HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$281.37                                   Prerequisite:	Financial	Accounting	1	ACCT-112	or	Accounting	and	Finance	Concepts		
                                                                                            ACCT-123	or	permission	of	the	dept.	(Students	registered	in	Program	7200	–	no	pre-requisite	
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
                                                                                            is	required	to	enroll	in	this	course.)
Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            HouRs:	45	                              Fee:	IC:	$391.35	      OL	:$457.35
Winter	 821	        Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	        May	8	–	Aug	7	                        Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO   term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
                                                                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	7	–	Dec	7	                       W		       7-10	pm	            PRO
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       7-10	pm	            PRO
Human Resources management                                                       HRmt-301
                                                                                            Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W		       7-10	pm	            PRO
This	course	provides	you	with	an	introduction	to	the	functional	areas	of	human	
resource	management.	Upon	completion	of	the	course	you	will	be	able	to	develop	             occupational Health and safety                                                HRmt-310
and	apply	appropriate	HRM	strategies	to	address	a	variety	of	organizational	                Explore	the	technical,	legislative,	political	and	personal	dimensions	of	
issues.                                                                                     occupational	health	and	safety.	You	will	develop	a	working	knowledge	of	the	
required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario
                                                                                            main	features	of	the	Occupational	Health	and	Safety	Act.	Receive	Workplace	
elective course for the following outside certifications:	PMAC
                                                                                            Hazardous	Materials	Information	Systems	(WHMIS)	training.	
online course	requires	mandatory	group	work.
                                                                                            Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	       OL:	$365.70
                                                                                            required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC
                                                                                            HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	      OL	:	$365.70
Fall	     801	      Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                     M		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
	         802	      Sept	7	–	Dec	7	                       W		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                     W		       7-10	pm	            PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                      W		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                      W	        	                   PRO
Spring	   841	      May	7	–	Aug	20	                       M		       7-10	pm	          PRO
	         842	      May	9	–	Aug	8	                        W		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            organizational Behaviour                                                      Busn-221
Human Resources planning                                                         HRmt-307   Most	people	today	find	themselves	working,	playing	and	living	in	a	group	
Gain	an	understanding	of	the	essential	elements	of	human	resource	planning	in	              environment.	This	theoretical	overview	offers	people	from	all	walks	of	life	the	
organizations.	Topics	include	forecasting	techniques,	analyzing	and	projecting	             opportunity	to	better	understand	their	own	organizational	world.
human	resource	requirements,	employee	data	systems,	writing	job	descriptions	               required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CIM,	HRPA	of	Ontario,	CPA	
                                                                                            elective course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	PMAC
and	other	activities	necessary	to	implement	effective	human	resource	planning.
                                                                                            HouRs:	45	                              Fee:	IC:	$299.70	       OL:	$370.70	
required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario
                                                                                            term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.	               Fall	     801	     Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$299.70	       OL:	$365.70                	         802	     Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                     Th		      7-10	pm	            PRO
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC   Winter	   821	     Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
Fall	     801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	          PRO   	         822	     Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                      Th		      7-10	pm	            PRO
	         802	      Sept	8	–	Dec	8	                       Th		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Spring	   841	     May	15	–	June	28	                     Tu/Th		   7-10	pm	            PRO
Winter	   821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                      Th		      7-10	pm	          PRO   	         842	     May	17	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      7-10	pm	            PRO
Spring	   841	      May	10	–	Aug	9	                       Th		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                            Recruitment and selection                                                     HRmt-302
labour Relations                                                                 HRmt-308   Examine	the	different	means	of	recruiting	applicants,	the	screening	techniques	
Learn	labour	relations	concepts,	employer	approaches	to	unions	and	labour	                  available	and	how	to	ensure	when	the	accumulated	information	concerning	a	
relations,	how	unions	are	organized	and	bargaining	relationships	are	established,	          candidate	is	critically	assessed	in	making	the	selection	decision.	Extensive	role-
how	contracts	are	negotiated	and	the	mechanisms	that	exist	to	resolve	both	                 playing	allows	you	to	develop	effective	interviewing	techniques.
interest	and	rights	disputes.	Identify	and	discuss	emerging	issues	in	Canadian	             required course for the following outside certifications:	HRPA	of	Ontario	
labour	relations.                                                                           Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.
Prerequisite:	Human	Resources	Management	HRMT-301	or	permission	of	the	dept.                HouRs:	45	                          Fee:	IC:	$391.35	      OL:	$457.35
HouRs:	45	                          Fee:	IC:	$299.70	   OL:	$365.70                         term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
term      seC. #    Date                                  DaY       time              LoC   Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	20	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
Fall	   801	        Sept	10	–	Dec	10	                     Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO   Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	14	–	Apr	14	                      Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO   Spring	 841	       May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
Spring	 841	        May	12	–	Aug	11	                      Sa		      9	am-noon	        PRO
                                                                                            payroll Administration                                                        CeHR-942
                                                                                            This	course	will	cover	many	topics,	including	how	to	maintain	payroll	records	
                                                                                            for	different	classes	of	employees,	identifying	taxable	benefits,	preparing	payroll	
                                                                                            journal	entries	and	records	of	employment,	administering	worker’s	compensation	
                                                                                            and	ensuring	compliance	with	employment	standards	and	pay-equity	legislation.
                                                                                            required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CIB
                                                                                            HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$281.37	        OL:	$357.35
                                                                                            term      seC. #   Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
                                                                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                       M		       7-10	pm	            PRO
                                                                                            Spring	 841	       May	8	–	Aug	7	                        Tu		      7-10	pm	            PRO




Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           payroll Compliance legislation – CpA                                                CpAC-101        payroll management processes – CpA                                                  CpAC-201
Business
           Graduates	of	this	course	will	know	the	payroll	compliance	responsibilities	that	                    Upon	completion	of	Advanced	Payroll	Management	1,	you	will	be	able	to	make	
           affect	organizations,	be	able	to	comprehend	payroll	legislation	and	be	able	to	                     decisions,	supervise,	manage	and	contribute	a	payroll	perspective	to	organizational	
           effectively	communicate	these	to	all	stakeholders.	This	course	will	provide	you	                    policy	and	strategy	discussions	regarding	project	management	process,	disaster	
           with	the	payroll-related	legislation	affecting	organizations,	as	well	as	the	tools	to	              recovery	planning	and	implementation	(The	CPA	way	of	legislative	monitoring,	risk	
           find	information	and	apply	that	information	to	different	scenarios	in	relation	to	                  analysis,	measurement	and	management,	payroll	and	HRIS	systems	planning	and	
           individual	pay.                                                                                     implementation,	Expatriate/inpartriate	payroll	implications).
           required course for the following outside certifications:	CPA	                                      required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CPA	
           Prerequisite:	CPA	membership	                                                                       Prerequisite:	Completion	of	PCP	(Payroll	Compliance	Practitioner)	and	CPA	membership.
           HouRs:	42	                          Fee:	IC:	$315.00	                        	                      HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$315.00	
           term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC    term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC
           Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                       Tu		      7-10	pm	               PRO    Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                       W		       7-10	pm	               PRO
           Winter	 821	        Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                        Tu		      7-10	pm	               PRO    Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                        Th		      7-10	pm	               PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	8	–	Aug	7	                          Tu		      7-10	pm	               PRO    Spring	 841	        May	10	–	Aug	9	                         Th		      7-10	pm	               PRO
           Note: In addition to the Centennial College course fee, students are also responsible for a         Note: In addition to the Centennial College course fee, students are also responsible for a
           registration fee payable directly to the CPA. Course materials must be purchased through the        registration fee payable directly to the CPA. Course materials are purchased directly through the
           Canadian Payroll Association. For additional information, please call 416-487-3380, ext. 129,       Centennial College bookstore. For additional information, please call 416-487-3380, ext. 129,
           or toll-free 1-800-387-4693.                                                                        or toll-free 1-800-387-4693.

           payroll Fundamentals 1 – CpA                                                        CpAC-102        Insurance
           Graduates	that	complete	this	course	will	be	able	to	apply	payroll	legislation	
           and	calculate	individual	pay.	This	includes	all	components	of	individual	pay	                       Advanced loss Adjusting (C111)                                                        Cein-851
           from	remuneration,	through	deductions,	to	net	pay	for	regular	and	non-regular	                      Real	claim	scenarios	provide	the	backdrop	for	this	learning	model.	Claims	process	
           situations.	You	will	have	the	knowledge	and	skills	necessary	to	effectively	                        is	explored	in	a	commercial	fire	loss	setting.	More	complex	claim	situations	that	
           communicate	all	aspects	of	the	individual	pay	calculation	process	to	external	and	                  involve	appraisal,	salvage,	subrogation	and	more	formal	contact	with	claimants	
           internal	stakeholders.	In	addition,	you	will	be	able	to	accurately	complete	Records	                are	covered.	Business	interruption,	crime	and	stock	burglary	claims	are	analyzed.	
           of	Employment	(ROE).                                                                                A	comprehensive	analysis	is	presented	on	liability	claims	with	respect	to	policy	
           required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CPA	                                      coverage	analysis,	duty	owed,	obligations	and	damages.	Important	issues	to	
           Prerequisite:	Payroll	Compliance	Legislation	CPAC-101	and	CPA	membership.                           consider	with	respect	to	preparing	for	mediation	are	covered.
           HouRs:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$315.00	          	                                Prerequisite:	Essentials	of	Loss	Adjusting	(C110)	CEIN-850
           term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC    HouRs:	36	                               Fee:	IC:	$239.71
           Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                       W		       7-10	pm	               PRO    term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC
           Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                        W		       7-10	pm	               PRO    Fall	    801	       Sept	13	–	Nov	29	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	8	                          W		       7-10	pm	               PRO
           Note: In addition to the Centennial College course fee, students are also responsible for a         Advanced skills for the insurance Broker
           registration fee payable directly to the CPA. Course materials must be purchased through the        and Agent (C131)                                                                      Cein-857
           Canadian Payroll Association. For additional information, please call 416-487-3380, ext. 129,       This	course,	building	on	the	foundation	of	C130,	is	immediately	useful	to	the	
           or toll-free 1-800-387-4693.
                                                                                                               intermediate	broker	with	several	years	of	experience.	It	addresses	the	more	
                                                                                                               complex	insurance	needs	of	commercial	clients	through	the	risk-management	
           payroll Fundamentals 2 – CpA                                                        CpAC-103
                                                                                                               principles	of	exposure	identification,	risk	analysis,	identifying	risk-management	
           Students	who	complete	this	course	will	be	able	to	calculate	and	report	
                                                                                                               options,	and	implementing	a	risk	management	plan;	followed	by	a	brief	
           government	and	third-party	remittances,	year	end-requirements	and	accounting	
                                                                                                               discussion	of	various	terms,	conditions	and	clauses	in	commonly	used	wordings.	
           for	payroll	at	the	compliance	level	of	the	organization.	Students	will	also	be	able	
                                                                                                               We	then	analyze	three	categories	of	commercial	clients	–	manufacturers	and	
           to	effectively	communicate	these	organizational	processes	and	requirements	to	
                                                                                                               distributors,	contractors	and	builders	risks	–	using	a	case-study	process.	We	close	
           internal	and	external	stakeholders.
                                                                                                               by	considering	the	broker’s	continuing	task	of	monitoring	and	modifying	the	
           required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CPA	
           Prerequisite:	Payroll	Fundamentals	1	–	CPA	CPAC-102,	ACCT-112	and	CPA	membership.	                  risk-management	plan	including	monitoring	the	progress	and	insurance	needs	of	
           HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$315.00	           	               	                commercial	clients	once	their	initial	policy	has	been	placed.
           term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC    HouRs:	36	                                 Fee:	IC:	$239.71	
           Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                       Th		      7-10	pm	               PRO    term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC
           Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                        Th		      7-10	pm	               PRO    Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Mar	28	                        W		       6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           Spring	 841	        May	8	–	Aug	7	                          Tu		      7-10	pm	               PRO
           Note: In addition to the Centennial College course fee, students are also responsible for a         Automobile insurance part 1 (C14)                                                     Cein-804
           registration fee payable directly to the CPA. Course materials must be purchased through the        This	mandatory	course	is	a	detailed	study	of	automobile	insurance	in	Canada	
           Canadian Payroll Association. For additional information, please call 416-487-3380, ext. 129,       dealing	with	legislation	related	to	automobile	insurance,	policies	and	regulations,	
           or toll-free 1-800-387-4693.                                                                        and	concentrating	mostly	on	personal	coverage.	Acquire	an	overview	of	the	
                                                                                                               different	provincial	approaches	to	automobile	insurance	and	some	of	the	related	
           payroll management practices – CpA                                                  CpAC-202        problems.
           Upon	completion	of	Advanced	Payroll	Management	2,	you	will	be	able	to	                              HouRs:	36	                                 Fee:	 IC:	$239.71
           make	decisions,	supervise	and	manage,	and	contribute	a	payroll	perspective	or	                      term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC
           organizational	policy	and	strategy	discussions	regarding:	payroll	best	practices,	                  Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	1	                        Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           benchmarking	measurements	for	an	organization	and	Payroll’s	role	within	an	                         Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Mar	29	                        Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           organization’s	structure.                                                                           Spring	 841	        Apr	12	–	June	28	                       Th		      6:30-9:30	pm	          PRO
           required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CPA	
           Prerequisite:	Payroll	Management	Processes	–	CPA	CPAC-201	and	CPA	membership
           HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$315.00
           term     seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                   LoC
           Spring	 841	        May	10	–	Aug	9	                         Th		      7-10	pm	               PRO
           Note: In addition to the Centennial College course fee, students are also responsible for a
           registration fee payable directly to the CPA. Course materials are purchased directly through the
           Centennial College bookstore. For additional information, please call 416-487-3380, ext. 129,
           or toll-free 1-800-387-4693.
                                                                                                               Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                               Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Basic Broker Registration                                                           Cein-822   insurance Against liability part 1 (C13)                                               Cein-803




                                                                                                                                                                                                       Business
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Business
Meet	the	requirements	for	licensing	as	a	Registered	Insurance	Broker	of	Ontario	               To	understand	liability	insurance,	you	must	first	know	something	about	the	law,	
(RIBO).	Study	property	and	casualty	insurance	policies,	including	conditions,	terms,	          the	Canadian	legal	system,	and	the	differences	between	Common	Law	and	the	
coverages,	limitations	and	exclusions	with	special	reference	to	the	coverage	                  Civil	Code	of	Quebec.	This	mandatory	course	is	not	a	law	course,	but	it	does	
provided	by	automobile	and	habitational	insurance.	This	is	equivalent	to	the	                  introduce	you	to	legal	principles	that	affect	liability	insurance.
10-day	course	offered	by	the	Insurance	Brokers	Association	of	Ontario	(IBAO).	                 recommended:	Completion	of	Insurance	on	Property	Part	1	(C12)	CEIN-802	and	Automobile	
Students	pursuing	General	Insurance	Essentials	Parts	1	and	2	may	also	register	for	            Insurance	Part	1	(C14)	CEIN-804	prior	to	enrolment	in	this	course.
this	course.                                                                                   HouRs:	36	                               Fee:	IC:	$239.71	         	             	
HouRs:	78		                              Fee:	IC:	$625.00                                      term      seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                    LoC
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC    Fall	   801	         Sept	14	–	Nov	30	                       W		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	12	                     M/W		     6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    Winter	 821	         Jan	11	–	Mar	28	                        W		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	16	–	Apr	16	                      M/W		     6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    Spring	 841	         Apr	11	–	June	27	                       W		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Note: You must achieve a passing mark of 75% in an examination set by RIBO.
                                                                                               insurance on property (C12)                                                            Cein-802
Casualty loss prevention (C38)                                                      Cein-845   This	mandatory	course	is	an	introduction	to	property	insurance.	It	lays	the	
In	this	course	you	will	review	hazards	that	may	cause	injury	or	loss	for	which	an	             foundation	for	all	types	of	property	insurance,	then	discusses	the	perils,	clauses	
insured	is	legally	liable,	and	ways	of	controlling	these	hazards.                              and	limitations	in	the	most	common	personal	lines	policies.
recommended:	Completion	of	Insurance	Against	Liability	(C13)	CEIN-803	prior	to	enrolment	      recommended:	Completion	of	Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)	CEIN-801	prior	to	
in	this	course.                                                                                enrolment	in	this	course.
HouRs:	36	                         Fee:	IC:	$239.71	                                           HouRs:	36	                          Fee:	IC:	$239.71	               	
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC    term      seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                    LoC
Fall	    801	       Sept	14	–	Nov	30	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO    Fall	   801	         Sept	13	–	Nov	29	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
                                                                                               Winter	 821	         Jan	10	–	Mar	27		                       	         6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
                                                                                               Spring	 841	         Apr	10	–	June	26	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
essential skills for the
insurance Broker and Agent (C130)                                                   Cein-856
                                                                                               principles and practice of insurance (C11)                                             Cein-801
An	overview	of	insurance	business	practices	from	the	brokers	perspective.	A	
                                                                                               In	this	mandatory	course,	you	are	introduced	to	risk	and	shown	how	insurance	
skills-based	course	concentrating	on	the	needs	of	personal	lines	clients	and	small	
                                                                                               deals	with	it.	You	will	study	the	basic	concepts	and	language,	the	legal	context,	
commercial	risks;	immediately	useful	–	especially	to	the	junior	broker.	Begins	
                                                                                               and	the	participants	in	the	industry	and	their	relationship	to	each	other.	
by	introducing	the	broker	as	insurance	intermediary.	You	are	given	insights	into	
                                                                                               HouRs:	36	                                  Fee:	 IC:	$239.71	                	                 	
the	skills	that	a	typical	broker	will	use	to	perform	effectively.	You	will	follow	the	         term      seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                    LoC
progress	of	a	risk	from	initial	contact	with	the	client	through	the	evaluation	and	            Fall	   801	         Sept	12	–	Dec	5	                        M		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
application	process,	to	binding	and	policy	documents.	In	this	course,	you	will	also	           Winter	 821	         Jan	9	–	Mar	26	                         M		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
review	the	major	product	lines	and	common	policy	transactions	that	a	broker	                   Spring	 841	         Apr	9	–	June	25	                        M		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
handles.	                                                                                      Note: It is strongly recommended that you take this course first. This must be one of the first three
strongly recommended:	Completion	of	Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)	CEIN-           courses taken.
801,	Insurance	on	Property	(C12)	CEIN-802,	Insurance	Against	Liability	–	Part	1	(C13)	CEIN-
803,	and	Automobile	Insurance	–	Part	1	(C14)	CEIN-804	prior	to	enrolment	in	this	course
                                                                                               the Business of insurance (C16)                                                        Cein-817
HouRs:	36	                              Fee:	IC:	$239.71	
                                                                                               This	mandatory	CIP	course	must	be	taken	last.	This	course	is	less	structured	
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
                                                                                               than	the	others.	Here,	you	consider	the	business	of	insurance	–	its	peculiarities,	
Fall	    801	       Sept	13	–	Nov	29	                     Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
                                                                                               challenges	and	possible	solutions.
                                                                                               HouRs:	36	                                  Fee:	IC:	$239.71
essentials of loss Adjusting (C110)                                                 Cein-850
                                                                                               term      seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                    LoC
Focused	knowledge	of	insurance	and	professional	conduct	within	the	claims	
                                                                                               Fall	   801	         Sept	12	–	Dec	5	                        M		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
domain	forms	the	core	of	this	course.	You	will	learn	about	managing	relationships	             Winter	 821	         Jan	9	–	Apr	2	                          M		       6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
in	order	to	gather	critical	information	in	the	claims	handling	process,	as	well	as	
the	fundamentals	of	investigation,	evaluation,	negotiation	and	settlement	within	              underwriting essentials (C120)                                                         Cein-853
the	claims	process.	Specific	introductory	claims	knowledge	will	be	covered	in	                 This	introductory	course	will	acquaint	you	with	the	Canadian	legal	system	and	
automobile,	property	and	liability	claims.                                                     the	different	types	of	business	organizations.	Topics	include	the	Canadian	Charter	
recommended:	Completion	of	Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)	CEIN-801,	               of	Rights	and	Freedoms,	torts,	contracts	and	consumer	protection	legislation.	This	
Insurance	on	Property	(C12)	CEIN-802,	Insurance	Against	Liability	–	Part	1	(C13)	CEIN-803,	
and	Automobile	Insurance	–	Part	1	(C14)	CEIN-804	prior	to	enrolment	in	this	course             course	is	recognized	by	the	Certified	General	Accountants	Association.
HouRs:	36	                              Fee:	IC:	$239.71	                                      recommended:	Completion	of	Principles	and	Practice	of	Insurance	(C11)	CEIN-801,	
                                                                                               Insurance	on	Property	(C12)	CEIN-802,	Insurance	Against	Liability-Part	1	(C13)	CEIN-803,	
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC
                                                                                               Automobile	Insurance-Part	1	(C14)	CEIN-804	prior	to	enrolment	in	this	course.
Fall	    801	       Sept	14	–	Nov	30	                     W		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
                                                                                               HouRs:	36	                              Fee:	IC:	$239.71
                                                                                               term      seC. #     Date                                    DaY       time                    LoC
Fraud Awareness and prevention (C39)                                                Cein-847   Fall	   801	         Sept	13	–	Nov	29	                       Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
Learn	how	fraud	may	arise	under	insurance	policies	and	what	initiatives	the	                   Winter	 821	         Jan	10	–	Mar	27	                        Tu		      6:30-9:30	pm	           PRO
insurance	industry	has	advanced	to	fight	fraud.	The	cost	of	fraud	is	discussed	
and	also	the	laws	that	affect	how	insurers	must	handle	claims	investigations	and	
settlements.	Property,	liability	and	automobile	claims	are	covered.	Part	of	the	
textbook	is	dedicated	to	new	business	and	renewals,	which	makes	this	course	an	                     First generation students
asset	to	anyone	in	the	industry.
HouRs:	36	                               Fee:	IC:	$239.71
                                                                                                    are you the FiRst in your family seeking to complete
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time                LoC         a college program?
Fall	    801	       Sept	12	–	Dec	5	                      M		       6:30-9:30	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                    We have resources that can support you and help
                                                                                                    you succeed.
                                                                                                    For more information, visit centennialcollege.ca/
                                                                                                    firstgenerationstudent
Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           Legal                                                                                        legal software                                                                 CelC-942
Business
                                                                                                        This	is	an	introductory	software	application	course	that	provides	you	with	training	
           Business law                                                                      Busn-331   in	a	variety	of	specialized	legal	software	applications	in	a	computerized	law	office	
           This	introductory	course	will	acquaint	you	with	the	Canadian	legal	system	and	               environment.	You	will	receive	hands-on	training	in	the	most	popular	current	
           the	different	types	of	business	organizations.	Topics	include	the	Canadian	Charter	          legal	software	applications	such	as	PC	Law,	Divorcemate,	Estate-a-Base	and	Fast	
           of	Rights	and	Freedoms,	torts,	contracts	and	consumer	protection	legislation.	This	          Company.	It	is	recommended	that	you	should	have	some	familiarity	with	legal-
           course	is	recognized	by	the	Certified	General	Accountants	Association.	For	further	          office	procedures	and	documentation.
           information,	call	the	program	supervisor	at	416-289-5000	ext.	4663.                          Prerequisite:	Legal	Documentation	CELC-941
           HouRs:	60	                                 Fee:	IC:	$391.35	       OL:	$445.35               HouRs:	42	                           Fee:	IC:	$	281.37
           term      seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC   term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time           LoC
           Fall	     801	       Sept	10	–	Dec	17	                      Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO   Fall	   801	        Sept	12	–	Dec	12	                     M		       7-10	pm	       PRO
           	         802	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                       Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   Winter	 821	        Jan	16	–	Apr	23	                      M		       7-10	pm	       PRO
           	         803	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                      M		       7-10	pm	       PRO
           Winter	   821	       Jan	7	–	Apr	21	                        Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
           	         822	       Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                       Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                        litigation 1                                                                   CelC-915
           	         823	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           Spring	   841	       May	12	–	Aug	18	                       Sa		     9	am-noon	        PRO
                                                                                                        Examine	the	structure	of	the	Ontario	court	system,	the	stages	of	litigation,	
           	         842	       May	8	–	Aug	14	                        Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   pleadings,	motions,	discovery,	trial,	judgment	and	enforcement.	Also,	examine	the	
           	         843	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                        W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   various	statutes	regulating	to	the	Superior	Court	of	Justice.
                                                                                                        HouRs:	51	                               Fee:	IC:	$354.69
           Corporate law                                                                     CelC-912   term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time           LoC
           Examine	the	various	types	of	business	ownership	in	Ontario.	Particular	emphasis	             Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           is	placed	on	corporate	procedure	involving	the	preparation	of	Articles	of	                   Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           Incorporation	and	the	maintenance	of	corporate	records.	                                     Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           HouRs:	51	                                 Fee:	IC:	$336.36		      OL:$417.35
           term      seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC   litigation 2                                                                   CelC-916
           Fall	   801	         Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                      W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Examine	the	stages	of	litigation,	including	discovery	tools,	depositions	and	
           Winter	 821	         Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   transcripts,	motion	and	application	procedures,	pre-trial	matters	and	procedures,	
           Spring	 841	         May	16	–	Aug	15	                       W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   appeal	procedures	and	the	various	methods	of	enforcing	judgments.	Emphasis	is	
                                                                                                        placed	on	preparation	of	legal	documents	and	the	examination	of	trial	structure	
           legal Documentation                                                               CelC-941   e.g.	case	management.	
           This	is	an	introductory	word-processing	course	THAT	provides	training	in	the	                Prerequisite:	Litigation	1	CELC-915
           production	of	legal	correspondence	and	documentation	in	a	computerized	                      HouRs:	54	                               Fee:	IC:	$354.69
           law	office	environment	using	MS	Word.	You	will	receive	hands-on	training	in	                 term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time           LoC
           preparing	legal	letters,	memorandums,	affidavits,	agreements,	wills	and	litigation	          Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                     Th		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           documentation.	The	course	emphasizes	the	accuracy	and	formatting	required	for	               Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           the	proper	completion	of	documents.	                                                         Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      7-10	pm	       PRO
           requirement:	Students	must	have	a	minimum	keyboarding	speed	of	30	wpm	in	order	to	be	
           successful	in	this	course.                                                                   Real estate 1                                                                  CelC-910
           HouRs:	42	                           Fee:	IC:	$281.37                                        Examine	the	different	forms	of	legal	ownership,	interests	that	may	be	created	in	
           term      seC. #     Date                                   DaY      time              LoC   land,	and	how	certain	taxes	can	affect	real	estate.	Learn	about	the	transaction	
           Fall	   801	         Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                      Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO   process	through	the	Agreement	of	Purchase	and	Sale	and	cover	real	estate	
           Winter	 821	         Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                       Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                        documentation,	including	transfers/deeds,	charges/mortgages	and	discharges	in	
           Spring	 841	         Apr	1	–	Aug	31	                        Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                        Ontario.
                                                                                                        HouRs:	42	                               Fee:	IC:	$281.37
                                                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time           LoC
              Scheduled Holiday Closures                                                                Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                        Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
              2011/2012                                                                                 Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	       PRO
              2011	         Mon.,	Aug	1	            College	Closed		          Civic	Holiday
              	             Mon.,	Sept	5	           College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         Real estate 2                                                                  CelC-911
              	             Mon.,	Oct	10	           College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         Prepare	an	Agreement	of	Purchase	and	Sale;	complete	a	residential	real	estate	
              2012	         Mon.,	Feb	20	           College	Closed	           Family	Day                transaction	on	behalf	of	both	a	vendor	and	a	purchaser	from	initial	client	contact	
              	             Fri.,	April	6	          College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         through	preparation	of	all	documentation,	close	and	report	the	transaction,	
              	             Mon.,	May	21	           College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         and	examine	the	possible	legal	remedies	for	default.	You	will	be	introduced	to	
              	             Mon.,	Jul	2	            College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         Teraview	and	Conveyancer	systems.
              	             Mon.,	Aug	6	            College	Closed	           Statutory	Holiday         Prerequisite:	Real	Estate	1	CELC-910
                                                                                                        HouRs: 54	                               Fee:	IC:	$354.69
                                                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time           LoC
                                                                                                        Fall	   801	        Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                     W		       7-10	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                        Winter	 821	        Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                      W		       7-10	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                        Spring	 841	        May	16	–	Aug	15	                      W		       7-10	pm	       PRO




                                                                                                        Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                        Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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Marketing                                                                                 marketing Communications                                                     mktG-331




                                                                                                                                                                                        Business
                                                                                          You	will	examine	the	use	and	applications	of	advertising	and	promotion	in	
Advanced professional selling                                                  mktG-333   modern	businesses.	Marketing/advertising	strategy	management	is	stressed	–	
This	hands-on	course	is	an	extension	of	Professional	Selling	MKTG-223.	The	               the	functional	interrelationships	of	advertisers,	advertising	agencies,	media	and	
course	is	designed	to	give	you	an	opportunity	to	apply	the	skills	and	sales	              service	operations,	as	well	as	approaches,	policies	and	broad	procedures	used	are	
techniques	acquired	in	Professional	Selling	by	developing	in-depth	technical	and	         discussed.	Cases,	supplementary	readings	and	a	major	project	are	featured.
practical	sales	presentations	for	individuals	and/or	groups.                              Prerequisite:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	or	permission	of	the	dept.
Prerequisite:	Professional	Selling	MKTG-223	and	College	Communications	2	COMM-170/171	    HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35	     OL:	$457.35	
or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                          term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time                 LoC
HouRs:	45		                             Fee:	 IC:	$391.35                                 Fall	   801	       Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC   Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO
Fall	   801	        Sept	7	–	Dec	19	                      M		       7-10	pm	        PRO
Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W	        7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                          marketing Research                                                           mktG-224
                                                                                          Marketing	Research	is	used	by	marketers	to	assist	in	solving	specific	marketing	
B2B marketing and Channel management                                           mktG-301
                                                                                          problems.	You	will	be	introduced	to	commonly	used	marketing	research	methods	
Most	large	organizations	sell	to	other	organizations.	Business-to-business	(B2B)	
                                                                                          like	focus	groups,	in-depth	interviews	and	surveys.	You	will	learn	to	construct	a	
transactions	take	place	when	a	product	is	sold	for	a	use	other	than	personal	
                                                                                          sample,	evaluate	the	design	of	survey	instruments,	undertake	research,	tabulate	
consumption.	Integral	to	B2B	Marketing	is	the	study	of	channels	of	distribution.	
                                                                                          results	and	analyze,	interpret	and	present	your	findings.
The	growing	power	of	distributors	and	retailers	and	the	explosion	of	e-channels	
                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Marketing	Management	MKTG-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.
have	combined	to	shift	power	in	channels	and	change	underlying	cost	structures.	
                                                                                          HouRs:	60	                          Fee:	IC:	$391.35	    OL:	$457.35*
In	this	course,	the	world	of	B2B	Marketing	and	Channels	and	the	factors	affecting	        term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time                 LoC
them	will	be	explored	in	detail.                                                          Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                    Th		     7-10	pm	             PRO
Prerequisite:	Marketing	Management	MKTG-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.
HouRs:	45	                          Fee:	IC:	$391.35                                      marketing management                                                         mktG-221
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC   This	course	provides	an	integrated	approach	to	marketing	from	a	managerial	
Fall	   801	        Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                          point	of	view.	Economic,	quantitative	and	behavioural	concepts	are	covered	
Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	8	                        W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                          to	provide	a	framework	for	decision-making	in	planning,	implementing	and	
                                                                                          controlling	a	firm’s	marketing	programs.	
Brand planning                                                                 mktG-228
                                                                                          required course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	CIM		
Branding	is	central	to	the	success	of	many	of	today’s	most	popular	products.	             elective course	for	the	following	outside	certifications:	PMAC	
This	course	deals	with	brand	planning,	strategy	implementation	and	brand	                 Prerequisite:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	or	permission	of	the	dept.
management.	You	will	examine	the	characteristics	of	and	strategies	behind	                HouRs:	45	                              Fee:	IC:	$391.35
successful	global	brands	like	Red	Bull™	and	Nike™.	The	course	will	explore	how	           term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time                 LoC
to	develop,	manage	and	protect	brand	identity.                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	20	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
Prerequisite: Practical	Applications	in	Marketing	MKTG-221	or	permission	of	dept.         Spring	 841	       May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$391.35
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC   principles of marketing                                                      mktG-116
Winter	 841	        Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO   Learn	how	marketing-oriented	organizations	use	their	resources	to	capitalize	on	
Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO   changes	in	the	environment	and	marketplace.	Emphasis	is	on	the	components	of	
                                                                                          a	marketing	program	(price,	product,	promotion	and	place)	to	satisfy	current	and	
interactive marketing                                                          mktG-229   potential	customers.	This	course	is	a	cornerstone	course	that	introduces	you	to	the	
This	leading-edge	marketing	course	focuses	on	the	components	of	marketing	                study	of	marketing	and	acts	as	a	prerequisite	for	many	of	the	other	marketing-
that	involve	interactivity	with	the	customer:	direct	marketing,	e-marketing	and	          related	courses.	
customer	relationship	management.	You	will	examine	and	evaluate	strategies	               required course for	the	following	outside	certifications:	PMAC
designed	to	identify	prospective	customers	and	retain	current	customers.	                 HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	      OL:	$365.70	
Prerequisite:	Marketing	Management	MKTG-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.                    term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time                 LoC
HouRs:	45	                          Fee:	IC:	$391.35	                                     Fall	     801	     Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC   Winter	   821	     Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO   	         822	     Jan	14	–	Apr	14	                    Sa		     9	am-noon	           PRO
Spring	 841	        May	16	–	Aug	15	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO   Spring	   841	     May	8	–	Aug	7	                      Tu		     7-10	pm	             PRO
                                                                                          	         842	     May	12	–	Aug	11	                    Sa		     9	am-noon	           PRO
international marketing                                                        mktG-332
This	course	focuses	on	the	marketing	of	goods	and	services	in	international	              professional selling                                                         mktG-223
markets.	You	will	assess	the	influences	of	the	external	environments	and	consider	        You	will	learn	professional	selling	skills,	from	prospecting	for	customers	to	closing	
their	impact	on	marketing	strategy	formulation.	You	will	examine	the	cultural,	           the	sale.	The	course	covers	planning,	organizing	and	controlling	the	sales	process,	
economic	and	social	differences	of	different	countries	and	markets.	A	strong	             using	role-playing	situations,	and	addresses	the	role	of	sales	in	the	marketing	mix.
emphasis	is	placed	on	investigating	new	global	markets	for	an	existing	product	           Prerequisites:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	and	COMM-170/171	or	permission	of	the	dept.
or	service.                                                                               HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$391.35	
Prerequisite:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	or	permission	of	the	dept.                 term      seC. #   Date                                DaY      time                 LoC
HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70	                                  Fall	     801	     Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC   Fall	     802	     Sept	10	–	Oct	29	                   Sa		     9	am-4	pm	           PRO
Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W	        7-10	pm	        PRO   Winter	   821	     Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	             PRO
                                                                                          Spring	   841	     May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	             PRO




Some courses also offered online.
Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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           Retailing                                                                   mktG-222       medical office procedures 1                                                    CeoA-204
Business
           In	this	course,	you	will	develop	solutions	to	retail	problems	pertaining	to	initial	       Develop	basic	knowledge	of	the	medical	secretary’s	clerical	and	practical	duties	
           requirements	and	facilities,	the	organization	of	single-	and	multi-unit	firms,	            required	in	a	hospital,	medical	clinic	or	private	doctor’s	office.
           location	strategies,	store	layout	and	design,	merchandising	strategies,	sales	             Prerequisite:	Word	Processing	Applications	OAGN-116	
           promotion,	customer	service	and	productivity	measurements.                                 HouRs:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$288.00
           Prerequisite:	Principles	of	Marketing	MKTG-116	or	permission	of	the	dept.                  term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           HouRs:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$299.70                                    Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                      Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC
           Fall	   801	       Sept	12	–	Dec	12	                   M		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	23	                     M		      7-10	pm	          PRO      medical terminology 1                                                          oAme-236
           Spring	 841	       May	7	–	Aug	20	                     M		      7-10	pm	          PRO      Build	a	vocabulary	of	common	medical	terms	used	in	secretarial/clerical	
                                                                                                      and	clinical	duties	within	a	hospital,	medical	clinic	or	private	doctor’s	office.	
           strategic marketing planning                                                mktG-340       Emphasis	is	placed	on	terms	related	to	the	anatomy,	physiology	and	pathology	
           This	senior	level	marketing	course	focuses	on	the	decision-making	role	of	the	             of	the	integumentary,	gastro-intestinal,	respiratory	and	cardiovascular	systems.	
           marketing	manager.	In	today’s	competitive	environment,	managers	must	decide	               Methods	of	instruction	include	lectures	and	discussions,	films,	guest	speakers	and	
           the	best	course	of	action	amongst	different	marketing	initiatives	by	comparing	            audiotapes.
           the	costs	and	benefits	of	each.	In	this	course,	you	will	learn	to	assess	customer	         HouRs:	45	                               Fee:	IC:	$302.70
           value	and	loyalty,	marketing	performance	and	how	different	marketing	strategies	           term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           contribute	to	the	profitability	and	growth	of	their	organizations.	While	blending	         Fall	   801	        Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                      Winter	 821	        Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           theoretical	and	practical	applications,	this	course	teaches	modern	marketing	and	
                                                                                                      Spring	 841	        May	15	–	Aug	14	                      Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           analytical	models	that	help	you	create	an	effective	strategic	marketing	plan.
           Prerequisite:	Marketing	Management	MKTG-221	or	permission	of	the	dept.
                                                                                                      medical terminology 2                                                          oAme-237
           HouRs:	45		                         Fee:	IC:	$391.35
                                                                                                      Continue	to	apply	the	principles	learned	in	OAME-236	in	building	a	vocabulary	
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC
           Fall	   801	       Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO      of	common	terms	used	in	secretarial/clerical	and	clinical	duties	within	a	hospital,	
           Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO      medical	clinic	or	private	doctor’s	office.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	terms	related	
                                                                                                      to	the	anatomy,	physiology	and	pathology	of	the	circulatory,	musculoskeletal,	
           Office Administration/Health Records Clerk                                                 reproductive,	urogenital,	endocrine	and	nervous	systems.	Methods	of	instruction	
                                                                                                      include	lectures	and	discussions,	films,	guest	speakers	and	audiotapes.
           Financial Applications                                                      CeoA-124       Prerequisite:	Health	Terminology	1	OAME-236
           Gain	familiarity	with	the	many	financial	documents	that	you	will	encounter	in	             HouRs:	45	                            Fee:	IC:	$302.70
           business	and	your	personal	life.	Learn	how	a	spreadsheet	can	facilitate	their	             term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           preparation.                                                                               Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                     Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           HouRs:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$288.00	                                   Winter	 821	        Jan	19	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC      Spring	 841	        May	17	–	Aug	16	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           Spring	 841	       May	15	–	June	14	                   Tu/Th		 6:30-9:30	pm	      PRO
                                                                                                      office Communications and procedures                                           oAGn-125
           introduction to Word processing                                             oAGn-115       Learn	the	general	techniques	and	procedures	currently	used	in	business	
           This	hands-on	course	shows	you	how	to	operate	and	use	Microsoft	Word	software	             organizations.	Develop	teamwork	skills,	exercise	critical	thinking	abilities	and	learn	to	
           to	produce	basic	business	documents.	Build	your	communication	and	critical	                recognize	acceptable	standards	of	performance	and	behaviour	in	a	business	setting.
           thinking	skills	and	increase	your	keyboarding	proficiency.	Methods	of	instruction	         Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Word	Processing	OAGN-115
           include	lectures,	discussions,	speed	and	accuracy	drills,	production	assignments	          HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$394.35	
           and	timed	writings.                                                                        term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$394.35	                                   Fall	   801	        Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC      Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           Fall	   801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
           Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO      transcription techniques                                                       oAGn-118
           Spring	 841	       May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO      Learn	the	fundamentals	of	business	English.	Develop	competence	in	proofreading,	
                                                                                                      editing	and	transcribing	common	forms	of	business	correspondence.
           machine transcription                                                       oAGn-127       HouRs:	60	                               Fee:	IC:	$394.35
           Develop	additional	skills	in	proofreading,	editing	and	transcription.	Emphasis	            term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           is	placed	on	building	machine-transcription	skills	to	progressively	increase	              Fall	   801	        Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           production	speed	and	accuracy.	Methods	of	instruction	include	lectures,	lab	               Winter	 821	        Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                      Th		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           exercises,	production	assignments	and	integrated	projects.	Obtain	the	necessary	           Spring	 841	        May	8	–	Aug	14	                       Tu		      7-10	pm	        PRO
           skills	and	background	knowledge	to	proceed	to	transcription	of	specialized	
           business	documents.                                                                        Word processing Applications                                                   oAGn-116
           Prerequisites:	Word	Processing	Applications	OAGN-116,	Transcription	Techniques	OAGN-118	   This	hands-on	course	allows	you	to	build	on	the	skills	acquired	in	Introduction	to	
           HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$394.35                                    Word	Processing	OAGN-115.	Learn	to	use	Microsoft	Word	processing	software	to	
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC      produce	enhanced	business	documents.	Emphasis	will	also	be	placed	on	building	
           Fall	   801	       Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO      communication	and	critical	thinking	skills,	and	on	progressively	increasing	
           Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO      keyboarding	proficiency	to	produce	business	documents	with	speed	and	accuracy.	
                                                                                                      Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Word	Processing	OAGN-115
           medical machine transcription                                               CeoA-208       HouRs:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$394.35	
           This	hands-on	course	allows	you	to	synthesize	knowledge	and	skills	from	                   term     seC. #     Date                                  DaY       time            LoC
           other	medical	courses	to	produce	accurate	final-form	medical	documents	and	                Fall	   801	        Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
           correspondence	using	computer	and	dicta	transcription	equipment.                           Winter	 821	        Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                      W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                      Spring	 841	        May	9	–	Aug	15	                       W		       7-10	pm	        PRO
           Prerequisites:	Word	Processing	Applications	OAGN-115,	Machine	Transcription	OAGN-127,	
           Health	Care	Terminology	1	OAME-236	
           HouRs:	42		                            Fee:	IC:	$288.00
           term     seC. #    Date                                DaY      time              LoC
           Winter	 821	       Jan	18	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
           Spring	 841	       May	16	–	Aug	15	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO      Some courses also offered online.
                                                                                                      Check out the Distance Learning section on the CE website for more info.

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                                                                                                                                                                 Child and Family StudieS
                                     special needs, social support services or public
                                     security, then we have a variety of courses for you.
                                     Centennial College has long been known for the
                                     outstanding quality of its academic offerings.

                             PROgRamS                                                        PaRTNERS
                             •	 Child and Youth Worker ............................34        •	 Association of Early Childhood
Contact:                     •	 Early Childhood Administration –                                  Educators, Ontario.................................38
: 416-289-5303, select #1        Post Diploma .........................................42   •	 College of Early Childhood Educators,
                             •	 Early Childhood Education ........................38              Ontario ..................................................38
: communitystudies@         •	 Early Childhood Resource Consultant –
    centennialcollege.ca
                                  Post Diploma .........................................43
                             •	 Therapeutic Recreation .............................45
                             COURSES
                             Child and Youth Worker                                             The Child at the Centre of the Curriculum               40
                                Introduction to Child and Youth Work                 34         Guidance and the Individual Child                       40
                                Child and Adolescent Mental Health 1                 34         Health and Wellbeing of Young Children                  40
                                Counselling and Communication Skills                 34         Field Placement 1: Infant and Toddler                   40
                                Preparation for Professional Practice                34         Preschool and School-Age Development                    40
                                Developmental Issues in Childhood                               Positive Guidance Strategies 1                          40
                                                                                     35
                                and Adolescence                                                 Preschool Curriculum                                    40
                                Residential Treatment and School-Based                          Health and Wellness – Preschool School Age              40
                                                                                     35
                                Programs in CYW
                                                                                                Developing Partnerships with Families                   40
                                Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2                 35
                                                                                                Field Placement 1: Infant and Toddler                   40
                                Group Dynamics: Processes and Development            35
                                                                                                Field Practicum – Preschool                             41
                                Field Practicum 1                                    35
                                                                                                Inclusion of Children with Special Needs                41
                                Integrative Field Seminar 1                          35
                                                                                                Preschool and School-age Curriculum                     41
                                Multimodal Therapies in Child and Youth Work         35
                                                                                                Perspective in Family Violence                          41
                                Child and Adolescent Mental Health 3                 35
                                                                                                Advocacy                                                41
                                Introduction to the Family                           35
                                                                                                Positive Guidance Strategies 2                          41
                                Advocacy Law in Children’s Mental Health             35
                                                                                                Integrating Theory and Practice (Seminar)               41
                                Professional Recording                               35
                                                                                                Final Practicum – Specialized                           41
                                Field Practicum 2                                    36
                                                                                                The Child at the Centre of the Curriculum               40
                                Integrative Field Seminar 2                          36
                                                                                                The Healthy Development of the Whole Child              39
                                Group Dynamics: Theory and Practice                  36
                                                                                                The Learning Environment: The Third Teacher             39
                                Working with Traumatized Children and Youth          36
                                                                                             early Childhood Administration
                                Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 1)               36
                                                                                                Developing Child Care Programs                           42
                                Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 1)                 36
                                                                                                Health and Safety Compliance                             42
                                Child Abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual          36
                                                                                                Creating a Positive Environment                          42
                                Advanced Counselling Skills                          36
                                                                                                Finance                                                  42
                                Evidence Based Programming – NeW                     36
                                                                                                Human Resources                                          43
                                Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 2)               37
                                                                                                Family and Community Relations                           43
                                Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 2)                 37
                                                                                                ECE Administrators Field Placement                       43
                                Crisis Theory and Interventions – NeW                37
                                                                                             early Childhood Resource Consultant
                                CYW Approach to Working with Families – NeW          37
                                                                                                Exploring Inclusion                                      43
                                Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 1)               37
                                                                                                Working With Families                                    43
                                Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 1)                 37
                                                                                                Field Practicum 1                                        44
                                Child Abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual          37
                                                                                                Service Planning                                         44
                                Advanced Counselling Skills                          37
                                                                                                Resource Coordination                                    44
                                Life and Social Skills Training                      37
                                                                                                Strategies for Success and Inclusion                     44
                                Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 2)               37
                                                                                                Advocacy in the Home, School and Community               44
                                Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 2)                 38
                                                                                                Research and Conference Planning                         44
                                Crisis Intervention                                  38
                                                                                                Field Practicum 2                                        44
                                Administrative and Organizational Issues             38
                                                                                             Therapeutic Recreation
                                Research Methodology                                 38
                                                                                                Understanding Disability                                 45
                             early Childhood education                                          Steps to Independence                                    45
                                Keys to Success in ECE                               39
                                                                                                Community Supports                                       45
                                The Learning Environment: The Third Teacher          39
                                                                                                Risk Management                                          45
                                The Healthy Development of the Whole Child           39
                                                                                                Active Living                                            45
                                An Introduction to Early Childhood Education         39
                                                                                                Professional Development Advocacy                        45
                                Field Preparation                                    39
                                                                                                Therapeutic Recreation Best Practices (Field)            45
                                Observable Child Development                         39


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                           Child and Youth Worker                                                                              FORmER mODEl ROUTE
Child and Family StudieS
                                                                                                                               Students who began the CYW Program prior to Fall 2010 will be expected to complete the
                                                                                                                               former model route only.
                           Child and Youth Worker Diploma – 1205                                                               YEaR 3 (FORmER mODEl ROUTE)
                           Professional child and youth workers enhance the growth and development of                          CYWP-301*            Field Practicum 3 Specialized – Part 1                                      p. 37
                           children, youth and their families within a wide range of therapeutic contexts.                     CYWP-302*            Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 1                                        p. 37
                                                                                                                               CYWP-303*            Child Abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual                                 p. 37
                           Students will learn the principles, philosophies and characteristics of relational                  CYWP-304             Advanced Counselling Skills                                                 p. 37
                           child and youth work practice such as co-creating relationships, working                            CYWP-305             Life and Social Skills Training                                             p. 37
                           developmentally and understanding professional boundaries.                                          CYWP-306*            Field Practicum 3 Specialized – Part 2                                      p. 37
                                Upon successful completion of the three levels outlined below, you will                        CYWP-307*            Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 2                                        p. 38
                           receive a Child and Youth Worker diploma and be fully recognized in the field as                    CYWP-308             Crisis Intervention                                                         p. 38
                                                                                                                               CYWP-309             Administrative and Organizational Issues in CYW                             p. 38
                           a qualified professional. The program may be taken full-time, part-time or, if you
                                                                                                                               CYWP-310             Research Methodology                                                        p. 38
                           are currently working in the field, through a government-funded apprenticeship                      GNED                 General Education Elective
                           program.
                                                                                                                               *Level 3 courses must be completed before taking Field and Seminar 3
                                For further details, please click on the link below or contact Nagina Murtuza
                                                                                                                               Notes:
                           at 416-289-5000, ext. 2326, or nmurtuza@centennialcollege.ca.
                                                                                                                               1. Minimum “C” grade is required for all CYWP courses
                                                                                                                               2. Full-time students are required to contact the coordinator prior to registering for any course
                           NEW MODEL ROUTE                                                                                        that is off their Model Route.
                           A new model route will begin in the Fall 2011 – the changes to Year 1 will occur
                           Sept 2011, Year 2 will occur Sept 2012, and Year 3 will occur September 2013.                       NeW MODeL ROUTe: YeAR 1 COURSeS
                           YEaR 1 (NEW mODEl ROUTE)
                           CYWP-112             Introduction to Child and Youth Work                                 p. 34
                                                                                                                               Introduction to Child and Youth Work                                                  CYWP-112
                           CYWP-113             Child and Adolescent Mental Health 1                                 p. 35     The theory and application of beginning Child and Youth Work practice will
                           CYWP-102             Counselling and Communications Skills                                p. 34     be explored, as will the theory and practice of therapeutic programming and
                           CYWP-114             Preparation for Professional Practice                                p. 34     behaviour management.
                           CYWP-104             Developmental Issues in Childhood and Adolescence                    p. 35     HOURS: 45                                  FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           GNED-129             Principles of Human Behaviour                                                  TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                           COMM-160/161         College Communications 1                                            p. 106
                                                                                                                               Fall      801        Sept 12 – Dec 19                      M         6:30-9:30 pm                PRO
                           CYWP-105*            Field Practicum 1 (30 days)                                          p. 35
                                                                                                                               Winter    821        Jan 12 – Apr 19                       Th        6:30-9:30 pm                PRO
                           CYWP-106*            Integrative Field Seminar 1                                          p. 35
                                                                                                                                                    Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks
                           CYWP-115             Residential Treatment and School Based Programs in CYW               p. 35
                           CYWP-116             Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2                                 p. 36
                           CYWP-117             Group Dynamics: Processes and Development                            p. 35     Child and adolescent mental Health 1                                                  CYWP-113
                           COMM170/171          College Communications 2/(ESL)                                      p. 106     This course will examine mental health disorders of childhood.
                           *Level 1 courses must be completed before taking Field and Seminar 1                                HOURS: 45                                  FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           YEaR 2 (NEW mODEl ROUTE)                                                                            TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                           CYWP-201             Multimodal Therapies in CYW                                          p. 35     Winter    821        Jan 10 – Apr 17                          Tu        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                           CYWP-210             Child and Adolescent Mental Health 3                                 p. 36     Spring    841        Apr 25 – Aug 1                           W         6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                           CYWP-211             Introduction to the Family                                           p. 35
                           CYWP-212             Advocacy Law in Children’s Mental Health                             p. 35     Counselling and Communication Skills                                                  CYWP-102
                           CYWP-215             Professional Recording                                               p. 35     Worker-client relationships based on empathy and respect are essential to helping
                           GNED-500             Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action            p. 75
                                                                                                                               children and youth explore, clarify and express their thoughts and feelings, which
                           CYWP-206*            Field 2 (60 days)                                                    p. 36
                           CYWP-207*            Integrative Field Seminar 2                                          p. 36     require the Child and Youth Worker be a skilled communicator. This course will
                           CYWP-213             Group Dynamics: Theory and Practice                                  p. 36     introduce you to the fundamental elements of counselling and the development
                           CYWP-214             Working with Traumatized Children and Youth                          p. 36     of intra/interpersonal communication skills.
                           *Level 2 courses must be completed before taking Field and Seminar 2                                HOURS: 30                                  FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           YEaR 3 (NEW mODEl ROUTE)                                                                            TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                           CYWP-301*            Field 3 Specialized – Part 1 (45 days)                               p. 36     Fall      801        Sept 10 – Dec 17                         Sa        8:30-10:30 am            PRO
                           CYWP-302*            Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 1                                 p. 36     Spring    841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                           Sa        8:30-10:30 am            PRO
                           CYWP-303             Child Abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual                          p. 37
                           CYWP-304             Advanced Counselling Skills                                          p. 36     Preparation for Professional Practice                                                 CYWP-114
                           CYWP-311             Evidence Based Programming                                           p. 36     This course is designed to provide the student with a thorough understanding of
                           CYWP-306*            Field 3 Specialized – Part 2 (45 days)                               p. 37
                                                                                                                               the Child and Youth Worker Program Field Placement Evaluation Manual. Areas
                           CYWP-307*            Integrative Field Seminar 3 – Part 2                                 p. 37
                           CYWP-312             Crisis Theory and Interventions                                      p. 37     that will be reviewed include the skills required for graduation and the policies
                           CYWP-313             CYW Approach to Working with Families                                p. 37     and procedures that govern your behaviours and performance throughout the
                           GNED                 General Education Elective                                                     three different placement experiences.
                           *Level 3 courses must be completed before taking Field and Seminar 3                                HOURS: 30                                  FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           Notes:                                                                                              TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                           1. Minimum C grade is required for all CYWP courses                                                 Fall      801        Sept 15 – Dec 22                         Th        6:30-8:30 pm             PRO
                           2. All field placements require updated Vulnerable Sector Screening and medical clearance. Due to   Winter    821        Jan 11 – Apr 18                          W         6:30-8:30 pm             PRO
                              the duration of the process to obtain the Vulnerable Police Screening documents, students are
                              advised to contact the program coordinator at least 3 months before the start of placement.
                           3. For those students who may already be working in the helping field, please refer to the
                              Apprenticeship Program web page centennialcollege.ca/childandyouthworkerapprenticeship.               Register early!
                                                                                                                                    Some courses may be cancelled because we didn’t
                                                                                                                                    know you wanted them! and some very popular
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Developmental Issues in Childhood                                                                        NeW MODeL ROUTe: YeAR 2 COURSeS




                                                                                                                                                                                                             Child and
                                                                                                                                                                                                             BuSineSS Family StudieS
and adolescence                                                                       CYWP-104           multimodal Therapies in Child and Youth Work                                       CYWP-201
This course will explore, identify and describe child and adolescent development                         This course is designed to explore a variety of approaches to the treatment
from a chronological perspective, beginning with conception to the periods of                            of children and youth. The course will focus on a Cognitive Behavioural and
infancy childhood and adolescence.                                                                       Competency Based framework. Diverse modes of treatment will be introduced,
HOURS: 45                                  FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)       including such topics as art, children’s literature, music, movement, television and
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC     other media.
Fall      801        Sept 14 – Dec 21                      W         6:30-9:30 pm                PRO     Prerequisites: CYWP-100, CYWP-111
Winter    821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                        M         6:30-9:30 pm                PRO
                                                                                                         HOURS: 45                         FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                     Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks
                                                                                                         TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                                         Fall     801       Sept 15 – Dec 22                        Th        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
Residential Treatment and School-Based                                                                   Winter   821       Jan 10 – Apr 17                         Tu        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
Programs in CYW                                                                       CYWP-115
This course will examine the role of the Child and Youth Worker in both the school                       Child and adolescent mental Health 3                                               CYWP-210
and residential context.                                                                                 This course is a continuation of CYWP-113 and CYWP-116 and is designed to
Prerequisite: CYWP-100                                                                                   examine specific mental-health disorders of childhood, adolescence and young
HOURS: 60                                  FEE: IC: $401.35 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)       adulthood as part of a continuum of development. The student will explore the
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC     descriptions of behaviours, etiology and treatment planning with a focus on
Winter    821        Jan 14 – Apr 21                          Sa        8:30 am-12:30 pm         PRO
                                                                                                         evidence-based practice. An exploration of societal perspectives of abnormal
Spring    841        Apr 24 – July 31                         Tu        6:30-10:30 pm            PRO
                                                                                                         behaviour and the ethical use of mental-health terms and labels will be a theme
                                                                                                         throughout the course.
Child and adolescent mental Health 2                                                  CYWP-116
                                                                                                         HOURS: 60                               FEE: IC: $401.35 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
This course is designed as a continuation of CYWP-113, exploring the
                                                                                                         TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC
psychopathology of childhood as part of a continuum of development.
                                                                                                         Fall     801       Sept 14 – Dec 21                        W         6:30-10:30 pm            PRO
Prerequisite CYWP-113
                                                                                                         Winter   821       Jan 12 – Apr 19                         Th        6:30-10:30 pm            PRO
HOURS: 45                                  FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                         Spring   841       Apr 26 – Aug 2                          Th        6:30-10:30 pm            PRO
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
Fall      801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                         Tu        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                                                                                                         Introduction to the Family                                                         CYWP-211
Spring    841        Apr 26 – Aug 2                           Th        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                                                                                                         This course introduces the student to family functioning from a developmental
                                                                                                         approach. The developing family will be studied from a historical perspective of
group Dynamics: Processes and Development                                             CYWP-117
                                                                                                         the family social unit, modern compositions and the family life cycle to include
This course will examine the theoretical aspects of group process in the practice
                                                                                                         the developmental tasks of each stage. In today’s Canadian society, alternative
of Child and Youth Work.
Prerequisite: CYWP-102
                                                                                                         family lifestyles and various cultural forms with their child parenting practices
HOURS: 30                                  FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                         will be explored. Family violence will also be studied to realize its effect on
                                                                                                         developmental and task resolution.
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                                         HOURS: 30                               FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
Fall      801        Sept 10 – Dec 17                         Sa        10:30 am-12:30 pm PRO
Spring    841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                           Sa        10:30 am-12:30 pm PRO            TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                                         Fall     801       Sept 10 – Dec 17                        Sa        1:30-3:30 pm             PRO
                                                                                                         Spring   841       Apr 28 – Aug 4                          Sa        8:30-10:30 am            PRO
Field Practicum 1                                                                     CYWP-105
Demonstrate the basic skills required to establish interest relationships with
                                                                                                         advocacy law in Children’s mental Health                                           CYWP-212
clients, participate in supervision, implement therapeutic programs and record
                                                                                                         This course will focus on the major pieces of advocacy, current protective
client behaviour. Practicum in a school setting. (30 days)
Prerequisites: Introduction to Child and Youth Work CYWP-100, Preparation for Field
                                                                                                         legislation; youth justice; children’s rights, the rights of children in care, laws that
Placements CYWP-103                                                                                      govern Children’s Mental Health, laws that govern the Education Act and other
Corequisite: Integrative Seminar 1 CYWP-106                                                              current issues that govern the CYW profession. An overview of the Canadian
HOURS: 225                              FEE: IC: $ 525.00                                                political structure will be provided to enable the student to understand such
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC     issues as funding, ministerial responsibility and levels of government.
Fall      801        Sept 12 – Dec 19                        M-F                               Offsite   HOURS: 45                               FEE: IC: $ 309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
Spring    841        May 1 – June 29                         M-F                               Offsite   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC
                     2 days per week for 15 weeks in a school setting                                    Fall     801       Sept 13 – Dec 20                        Tu        6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                     Off-site location (The College will assign placement location)                      Winter   821       Jan 14 – Apr 21                         Sa        12:30-3:30 pm            PRO
Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least one month prior to the start of the course
to arrange practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (vulnerable sector) upon         Professional Recording                                                             CYWP-215
applying. For more details, call 416-289-5000, ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca.          This course will give the Child and Youth Worker student essential information and
                                                                                                         guidance for writing a variety of clinical reports or documentation required in this
Integrative Field Seminar 1                                                           CYWP-106           field from a strength-based perspective. It will help the Child and Youth Worker
Demonstrates integration of theory and practice through exploration of                                   student gain confidence in his/her ability to write in a professional manner.
case issues. Practice team discussion and obtain feedback through seminar                                HOURS: 45                               FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
presentations.                                                                                           TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC
Prerequisites: Introduction to Child and Youth Work CYWP-100, Preparation for Field                      Fall     801       Sept 12 – Dec 19                        M         6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
Placements CYWP-103                                                                                      Winter   821       Jan 14 – Apr 21                         Sa        8:30-11:30 am            PRO
Corequisite: Field Practicum 1 CYWP-105                                                                  Spring   841       Apr 25 – Aug 1                          W         6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
HOURS: 15                               FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC
Fall      801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                         Tu        5:30-6:30 pm             PRO
Spring    841        Apr 24 – June 26                         Tu        6:30 pm-8 pm             PRO




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                           Field Practicum 2                                                                           CYWP-206            NeW MODeL ROUTe: YeAR 3 COURSeS
Child and Family StudieS
                           This course provides the level two student with experience working directly with                                Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 1)                                                    CYWP-301
                           emotionally/behaviourally disturbed children or adolescents in a therapeutic                                    This course provides you with the opportunity to acquire experience working
                           residential setting.                                                                                            directly with emotionally/behaviourally/psychologically troubled young people in
                           Prerequisites: All level 1 and 2 courses must be completed                                                      an area of treatment service that is of particular interest to you. Parts 1 and 2 are
                           Corequisite: CYWP-207                                                                                           to be completed as one placement (45 days).
                           HOURS: 480                               FEE: IC: $525.00                                                       Prerequisites: All courses must be completed before taking 3rd Year Field
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                          DAY        TIMe                         LOC
                                                                                                                                           Corequisite: Interacted Field Seminar 3 (Part 1) CYWP-302
                           Spring   841        Apr 30 – Aug 6                                M-F                                 Offsite
                                                                                                                                           HOURS: 360                              FEE: IC: $525.00
                                               (60 days/8 hour shifts in a residential setting arranged by the college – off-site)
                                                                                                                                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC
                           Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least two months prior to the start of the
                                                                                                                                           Fall     801        Oct 12 – Dec 19                             M-F                              Offsite
                           course to arrange practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (Vulnerable
                                                                                                                                           Winter   821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                              M-F                              Offsite
                           Sector) upon applying. Students are not to get their own placement. Contact 416-289-5000,
                                                                                                                                                               (45 days in a placement setting arranged by the college – off-site)
                           ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca.
                                                                                                                                           Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least one month prior to the start of the course
                           Integrative Field Seminar 2                                                                 CYWP-207            to arrange practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (vulnerable sector) upon
                                                                                                                                           applying. For more details, call 416-289-5000, ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca.
                           Through practical application of conferencing, recording and clinical skills, you
                           are provided with a forum in which to integrate theory and field practice. You
                                                                                                                                           Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 1)                                                      CYWP-302
                           will select and study a case from within your placement agency, write a full
                                                                                                                                           Demonstrate integration of theory and practice of clinical, recording and
                           conference assessment and present the case professionally during seminar.
                                                                                                                                           conferencing skills. Critically appraise case dynamics and develop treatment plans
                           Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to 209
                                                                                                                                           through seminar presentation and discussion.
                           Corequisite: Field Practicum 2 CYWP-206
                                                                                                                                           Prerequisite: CYWP-301
                           HOURS: 15                             FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                                                           HOURS: 15                                    FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                          DAY        TIMe                         LOC
                                                                                                                                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC
                           Spring   841        Apr 24 – July 31                              Tu         5:30-6:30 pm                 PRO   Fall     801        Sept 12 – Dec 19                      M         6:30-7:30 pm                   PRO
                                                                                                                                           Winter   821        Jan 10 – Apr 17                       Tu        6:30-7:30 pm                   PRO
                           group Dynamics: Theory and Practice                                                         CYWP-213                                Plus one hour of assigned projects or related tasks
                           This course is intended to help students develop the required skills that will
                           enable them to become successful in professional group interactions and to                                      Child abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual                                               CYWP-303
                           facilitate therapeutic group activities and programs for today’s youth. The                                     Obtain an advanced-level overview of child abuse. Examine the implications of
                           student will review and consolidate the theoretical material acquired in Group                                  working with abused children and learn specific interventions that assist in their
                           Dynamics: Processes and Development (CYWP-117) and apply this knowledge                                         treatment.
                           in weekly practice sessions. These practice sessions will provide the student with                              Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209
                           the opportunity to observe group interactions, give and receive feedback, and                                   HOURS: 45                           FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           facilitate and analyze group dynamics. The student will also learn to recognize                                 TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC
                           and deal with problem behaviours, manage conflict, and apply effective decision-                                Fall     801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                            Tu         6:30-9:30 pm            PRO
                           making and problem solving techniques.                                                                          Winter   821        Jan 11 – Apr 18                             W          6:30-9:30 pm            PRO
                           HOURS: 45                                    FEE: IC: $ 309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                          DAY        TIMe                         LOC   advanced Counselling Skills                                                               CYWP-304
                           Fall     801        Sept 10 – Dec 17                              Sa         10:30 am-1:30 pm             PRO   Understand the theoretical framework involved in the counselling relationship,
                           Spring   841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                                Sa         12:30-3:30 pm                PRO   and demonstrate advanced counselling skills with clients. This course will focus on
                                                                                                                                           the theory along with the practical aspects of counselling.
                           Working with Traumatized Children and Youth                                                 CYWP-214            Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209
                           This course will assist the Child and Youth Worker student in understanding their                               HOURS: 45                           FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           role in relation to traumatized children and youth, understanding the effectiveness                             TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC
                           of different treatment modalities, understanding how to lessen the impact of                                    Fall     801        Sept 15 – Dec 22                      Th        6:30-9:30 pm                   PRO
                           children and youth’s experiences by providing early intervention, assessment and                                Winter   821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                        M         6:30-9:30 pm                   PRO
                                                                                                                                                               Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks
                           treatment, increasing the Child and Youth Worker student’s knowledge, awareness
                           and skills with respect to children/youth’s needs, particularly in the aftermath of
                           traumatic events, and understanding the impact of working with traumatized
                                                                                                                                           Evidence Based Programming NEW                                                            CYWP-311
                                                                                                                                           A key factor in adopting and supporting prevention/intervention programs in
                           children.
                           HOURS: 30                                    FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                                                           child and adolescent services is whether these programs lead to the positive
                                                                                                                                           outcomes they were designed to achieve. This course is designed to help students
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                          DAY        TIMe                         LOC
                           Fall     801        Sept 10 – Dec 17                              Sa         8:30-10:30 am     PRO              make informed choices about adopting the “best” programs for developing
                           Spring   841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                                Sa         10:30 am-12:30 pm PRO              the core social, emotional and lifelong learning skills children and adolescents
                                                                                                                                           need to become productive and contributing members of society. Emphasis will
                                                                                                                                           be placed on providing students with the tools and resources needed to locate
                                                                                                                                           and select the research-based program or combination of programs that is most
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                              2011/2012                                                                                                    implementation of selected programs and use of reflective practice will also be
                                                                                                                                           demonstrated.
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Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 2)                                                    CYWP-306          FORMeR MODeL ROUTe: YeAR 3 COURSeS




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Child and Family StudieS
This course is the continuation of CYWP-301 Field Practicum 3 and provides you                              Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 1)                                                       CYWP-301
the opportunity to consolidate and further develop skills as outlined in the CYW                            This course provides the student with the opportunity to acquire experience
Program Field Placement Manual. (45 days)                                                                   working directly with emotionally/behaviourally/psychologically troubled young
Prerequisite: All courses must be completed before taking 3rd Year Field                                    people in an area of treatment service that is of particular interest to him/her.
Corequisite: CYWP-307                                                                                       Parts 1 and 2 are completed in the same placement.
HOURS: 360                             FEE: IC: $525.00                                                     Prerequisite: All level 1, 2 and 3 courses must be completed before taking 3rd Year Field
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC      Corequisite: CYWP-302
Winter   821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                              M-F                               Offsite   HOURS: 360                                FEE: IC: $525.00
Spring   841        Apr 30 – Aug 6                              M-F                               Offsite
                                                                                                            TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
                    (45 days in a placement setting arranged by the college – off-site)
                                                                                                            Fall       801        Oct 12 – Dec 19                              M-F                               Offsite
Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least one month prior to the start of the course          Winter     821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                               M-F                               Offsite
to arrange practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (vulnerable sector) upon                                   (45 days in a placement setting arranged by the college – off-site)
applying. For more details, call 416-289-5000, ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca.
                                                                                                            Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least two months prior to the start of the
                                                                                                            course to arrange practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (Vulnerable
Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 2)                                                      CYWP-307          Sector) upon applying. Students are not to get their own placement. Contact 416-289-5000,
This course will provide you with an opportunity to present a clinical assessment                           ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca.
or progress report in a professional manner (verbally and in writing) and to
facilitate the ensuing discussion of case dynamics within the seminar group.                                Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 1)                                                         CYWP-302
Prerequisite: CYWP-302                                                                                      Demonstrate integration of theory and practice of clinical, recording and
HOURS: 15                                    FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)        conferencing skills. Critically appraise case dynamics and develop treatment plans
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                    LOC      through seminar presentation and discussion.
Winter   821        Jan 10 – Apr 17                             Tu         6:30-7:30 pm            PRO      Prerequisite: CYWP-301
Spring   841        Apr 24 – Jul 31                             Tu         5:30-6:30 pm            PRO      HOURS: 15                                       FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                            TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
Crisis Theory and Interventions NEW                                                       CYWP-312          Fall       801         Sept 12 – Dec 19                            M          6:30-7:30 pm             PRO
This course will prepare Child and Youth Worker students to deal with children,                             Winter     821         Jan 10 – Apr 17                             Tu         6:30-7:30 pm             PRO
youth and/or their families who are experiencing crises. The focus of the course
will be on Crisis Theory and the application of that theory to a wide variety                               Child abuse: Physical, Emotional and Sexual                                                  CYWP-303
of crisis situations. This is an advanced-level course, in which students will be                           Obtain an advanced level overview of child abuse. Examine the implications
expected to research various crises and illustrate their knowledge and their                                of working with abused children and specific interventions that assist in their
findings with fellow students through group discussions, presentations and                                  treatment.
role-playing. The student will pay particular attention to understanding and                                Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209
developing strategies to use with high-risk clients in crisis. An emphasis on the                           HOURS: 45                           FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
importance of establishing a strong working alliance with high-risk clients                                 TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
(e.g. suicidal) will be presented.                                                                          Fall       801         Sept 13 – Dec 20                            Tu         6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
Coming soon. Check our website for details.                                                                 Winter     821         Jan 11 – Apr 18                             W          6:30-9:30 pm             PRO

CYW approach to Working with Families NEW                                                 CYWP-313          advanced Counselling Skills                                                                  CYWP-304
Topics to be covered in this course include: role of the Child and Youth Worker                             Understand the theoretical framework involved in the counselling relationship,
in family work; understanding the child/youth in the context of their family;                               and demonstrate counselling skills with clients.
personal beliefs, preferences and facts about families; evidenced based family                              Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209
interventions; foundations for family assessment and intervention; and working                              HOURS: 45                           FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
with families in their home and in the community.                                                           TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
Coming soon. Check our website for details.                                                                 Fall       801         Sept 15 – Dec 22                            Th         6:30-9:30 pm             PRO
                                                                                                            Winter     821         Jan 9 – Apr 16                              M          6:30-9:30 pm             PRO

                                                                                                            life and Social Skills Training                                                              CYWP-305
     Centre for Students with disabilities                                                                  This course provides the student with the opportunity to design, organize, conduct
                                                                                                            and evaluate his/her own social skills curriculum.
     if you are a Centennial student with a disability,                                                     Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209
     please contact our Centre for Students with                                                            HOURS: 30                           FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                            TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
     disabilities at 416-289-5000, ext. 2627, e-mail
                                                                                                            Fall       801         Sept 14 – Dec 21                            W          6:30-8:30 pm             PRO
     csd@centennialcollege.ca or visit                                                                      Winter     821         Jan 10 – Apr 17                             Tu         6:30-8:30 pm             PRO
     centennialcollege.ca/csd. these services are
                                                                                                            Field Practicum 3 Specialized (Part 2)                                                       CYWP-306
     free and confidential to all Centennial students!                                                      This course is the continuation of CYWP-301 Field Practicum 3 and provides the
                                                                                                            student the opportunity to consolidate and further develop skills as outlined in
                                                                                                            the CYW Field Placement Evaluation Manual.
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: All courses must be completed before taking 3rd Year Field
                                                                                                            Corequisite: CYWP-307
                                                                                                            HOURS: 360                             FEE: IC: $525.00
                                                                                                            TeRM       SeC. #      DATe                                        DAY        TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                                            Winter     821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                               M-F                               Offsite
                                                                                                            Spring     841        Apr 30 – Aug 6                               M-F                               Offsite
                                                                                                                                    (45 days in a placement setting arranged by the college – off-site)
                                                                                                            Note: Students need to contact the coordinator at least one month prior to the start of the course to arrange
                                                                                                            practicum. Students must have a valid police reference check (vulnerable sector) upon applying. For more
                                                                                                            details, call 416-289-5000, ext. 2050 or e-mail ckamps@centennialcollege.ca




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                           Integrative Field Seminar 3 (Part 2)                                                CYWP-307         Early Childhood Education
Child and Family StudieS
                           This course will provide the student with an opportunity to present a clinical
                           assessment or progress report in a professional manner (verbally and in writing)
                           and to facilitate the ensuing discussion of case dynamics within the seminar
                                                                                                                                Early Childhood Education Diploma – 7010
                           group.                                                                                               Our Early Childhood Education (ECE) program offers in-depth learning
                           Prerequisite: CYWP-306                                                                               experiences, focusing on the developmental stages of childhood: infants, toddlers,
                           HOURS: 15                                FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     preschoolers and young school-age children. Varied in-class activities and
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC   hands-on, practical experiences enable you to create nurturing environments for
                           Winter   821        Jan 10 – Apr 17                         Tu        6:30-7:30 pm             PRO   children. These courses will prepare you to work professionally in a variety of
                           Spring   841        Apr 24 – Jul 31                         Tu        5:30-6:30 pm             PRO   community child care settings.
                                                                                                                                     All students entering ECE programs must have an English assessment first.
                           Crisis Intervention                                                                 CYWP-308         Please call 416-289-5300 or visit centennialcollege.ca/assessment for information
                           The focus of the course will be on crisis intervention theory and the application                    or to book your assessment online. You must be at COMM-160 or COMM-161
                           of that theory to a wide variety of crisis situations (developmental and situational                 level to begin this program.
                           crisis). This is advanced level course.                                                                   Due to the nature of the ECE program, students must provide a recent Police
                           Prerequisites: CYWP-201 to CYWP-209                                                                  Reference Check prior to each field practicum and required courses. A criminal
                           HOURS: 30                           FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)          record or charges pending before the courts in regard to crimes against vulnerable
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC   populations may determine eligibility for courses and completion of the program.
                           Fall     801        Sept 14 – Dec 21                        W         6:30-8:30 pm             PRO   Note: These programs require assignments and practicums in full-time, weekday childcare settings.
                           Winter   821        Jan 12 – Apr 19                         Th        6:30-8:30 pm             PRO
                           Spring   841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                          Sa        8:30-10:30 am            PRO   aDmISSION REqUIREmENTS:
                                                                                                                                Upon successful completion of the four units outlined below, you will receive an
                           administrative and Organizational Issues                                            CYWP-309         Early Childhood Education Diploma and will be recognized in the field as a fully
                           This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to issues                        qualified Early Childhood Educator.
                           involved in the organization and administration of Child and Youth Work settings.                         The Early Childhood Education Diploma Program has undergone a curriculum
                           Several themes central to the role of organizational structure, administration,                      review in consultation with students and our child-care community. Our New
                           evaluation and supervision will be explored with a view to identifying and                           Model Route of program courses available this semester are listed below the new
                           acquiring the skills involved.                                                                       model route.
                           Prerequisites: Year 1 and 2 courses                                                                       If you are a new student to our program, please begin your studies with this
                           HOURS: 30                                FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     Model Route. If you are a returning student, please continue with the Model
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC   Route that you began your studies on. If you need any assistance with your course
                           Winter   821        Jan 14 – Apr 21                         Sa        8:30-10:30 am            PRO   planning or if you are a student who has not taken any courses in the
                                                                                                                                past two years, please contact your Coordinator, Lynn Haines, by e-mail at
                           Research methodology                                                                CYWP-310         lhaines@centennialcollege.ca.
                           This course will introduce the student to the concepts of scientific enquiry                              You must complete each semester of study before continuing with the next
                           including the experimental method, statistical reliability and validity, and                         semester. This also includes field placements. A minimum C grade is required in all
                           normal distribution. The student will also learn to do critical academic research                    core ECE courses to continue within the program.
                           using professional journals and books, and the internet. The student will apply                           Graduates will then be required to join the College of Early Childhood
                           these skills by choosing a topic, doing the relevant research and producing an                       Educators to practice as an ECE. For more information on this process, go to
                           academically acceptable research paper.                                                              www.collegeofece.on.ca.
                           Prerequisites: Year 1 and 2 courses
                           HOURS: 30                                FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     association of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                     LOC   As per legislation governing the newly established College of Early Childhood
                           Winter   821        Jan 9 – Apr 16                        M         6:30-8:30 pm      PRO            Educators, the AECEO will hand over responsibility for the delivery of equivalency
                           Spring   841        Apr 28 – Aug 4                        Sa        10:30 am-12:30 pm PRO            services in Ontario effective April 1, 2010 (Canadian Trained) and July 31, 2010
                                               Plus two hours of assigned projects or related tasks                             (Internationally Trained). If you are in the process of completing your Equivalency
                                                                                                                                with the AECEO and completing courses at Centennial College, please continue
                                                                                                                                with your academic plan. For more information, please contact the AECEO at
                                                                                                                                416-487-3157, www.aeceo.ca or e-mail info@aeceo.ca.
                                Programs that fit your schedule
                                                                                                                                College of Early Childhood Educators, Ontario
                                our Ce courses are delivered in multiple formats                                                The College of Early Childhood Educators will directly handle applications from
                                – in-class, online and print-based! Choose the one                                              Canadian/International applicants who require an individual assessment of their
                                that best suits your schedule.                                                                  educational credentials. Please contact the College of Early Childhood Educators
                                                                                                                                (www.collegeofece.on.ca) for more information regarding this process.



                                                                                                                                   ECE Orientation/Information Sessions
                                                                                                                                   Our Early Childhood Education (ECE) program supervisor will meet with you
                                                                                                                                   to discuss our Early Childhood Education Program. There is no cost and no
                                                                                                                                   appointment is necessary.
                                                                                                                                        •		 Wed.,	Aug.	31,	2011		        6	pm		      Progress	Campus
                                                                                                                                        •	 	Wed.,	Jan.	4,	2012		         6	pm		      Progress	Campus
                                                                                                                                        It is important that you attend this session. It will assist you with
                                                                                                                                   successful registration to the Early Childhood Education program.




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NeW MODeL ROUTe                                                                                         The learning Environment: The Third Teacher                                            ECEP-102




                                                                                                                                                                                                                Child and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                BuSineSS Family StudieS
SEmESTER 1 (BEgINNINg Fall 2010/WINTER 2011)                                                            The learning environment is celebrated as the “third teacher” because of its
ECEP-101            Keys to Success in ECE                                                     p. 39    significant influence on children’s learning and development. The organization
ECEP-102            The Learning Environment: The Third Teacher                                p. 39    of space optimizes the potential for inquiry and engagement. The physical
ECEP-103            The Healthy Development of the Whole Child                                 p. 39    space is constructed to facilitate children’s development of self-regulation
ECEP-104            An Introduction to Early Childhood Education                               p. 39
                                                                                                        and independence. You will gain insight into the characteristics of quality
ECEP-105            Field Preparation                                                          p. 39
COMM-160/161        College Communication 1/(ESL)                                             p. 106    environments for young children. The components of a prepared environment,
                                                                                                        which support the development of the whole child while being responsive to
SEmESTER 2 (Fall 2011/WINTER 2012)
ECEP-130            Observable Child Development                                              p. 39     the needs and interests of children, will be explored. Principles of reciprocity
ECEP-131            The Child at the Centre of the Curriculum                                 p. 40     and relationships will be introduced and indirect guidance strategies will be
ECEP-132            Guidance and the Individual Child                                         p. 40     recognized as an integral component of this content.
ECEP-133            Health and Wellbeing of Young Children                                    p. 40     HOURS: 45                                 FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee–text extra)
CECS-105            Field Placement 1: Infant and Toddler (ECEP-135)                          p. 40     TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                       LOC
COMM-170/171        College Communications 2/(ESL)                                      p. 106, 107
                                                                                                        Winter   821        Jan 19 – Apr 26                          Th        7-10 pm                    PRO
GNED-129            Principles of Human Behaviour
SEmESTER 3 (Fall 2012/WINTER 2013) (COURSES UNDER DEvElOPmENT)                                          The Healthy Development of the Whole Child                                             ECEP-103
ECEP-229            Curriculum: Project Development
ECEP-230            Guidance: Empowering Children’s Independence                                        In this course, you will be introduced to the basic principles of child development
ECEP-231            Child Development: Theoretic Perspectives                                           and acquire a working understanding of developmental milestones and variations
ECEP-232            Understanding and Communicating with Families                                       in children, within the context of family, culture and society. Through lectures,
ECEP-235            Preschool Field Practicum                                                           in-class exercises and case scenarios, you will explore the development of the
GNED-500            Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action                   p. 75   whole child, including social, emotional, physical, cognitive, linguistic and health
SEmESTER 4 (Fall 2013/WINTER 2014) (COURSES UNDER DEvElOPmENT)                                          dimensions. The importance of identifying and responding to the health and safety
ECEP-233            Inclusion of Children with Special Needs                                            needs of individual children will be emphasized.
ECEP-234            Preschool and School Curriculum                                                     HOURS: 45                                 FEE: IC: $ $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
ECEP-236            Advocacy and the Emerging Professional
ECEP-237            Child Abuse                                                                         TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                       LOC
ECEP-245            Preschool, School-Age, Specialized Field Practicum                                  Winter   821        Jan 17 – Apr 24                          Tu        7-10 pm                    ASH
GNED                General Education Elective**
                                                                                                        an Introduction to Early Childhood Education                                           ECEP-104
FORMeR MODeL ROUTe                                                                                      This course will introduce you to the field of Early Childhood Education, including
If you are a returning student, please continue with the courses in this Model                          an analysis of the history of our profession from a global perspective and the
Route. We will phase out the Preschool Unit in Fall 2012/Winter 2013/Spring                             exploration of various service delivery models and theoretical approaches
2013. If you need any assistance with your course planning, please contact                              to working with young children and their families. These elements of study,
Lynn Haines at lhaines@centennialcollege.ca. You must complete each semester                            combined with a critical examination of dimensions of quality care and key
of study before continuing with the next semester. This also includes field                             components of legislation, will help develop a foundation upon which to build
placements. A minimum C grade is required in all core ECE courses to continue                           your skills as an effective early childhood educator.
within the program.                                                                                     HOURS: 45                                 FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
PRESCHOOl UNIT                                                                                          TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                       LOC
ECEP-210            Preschool and School-Age Development                                        p. 40   Fall     801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                         Tu        7-10 pm                    ASH
ECEP-211            Positive Guidance Strategies                                                p. 40
ECEP-212            Preschool Curriculum                                                        p. 40
                                                                                                        Field Preparation                                                                      ECEP-105
ECEP-213            Health and Wellness-Preschool, School Age                                   p. 40
ECEP-214            Developing Partnerships with Families                                       p. 40   In this course, you will take an in-depth look at the critical knowledge, skills and
CECS-106            Field Practicum – Preschool (equivalent to ECEP-216)                        p. 41   attitudes that will contribute to your readiness for field placement. Emphasis will
GNED-500            Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action                   p. 75   be placed on understanding field placement manual expectations, the roles and
ExPlORINg CaREER                                                                                        responsibilities of students, faculty and agency supervisors, and the importance of
ECEP-220            Inclusion of Children with Special Needs                                    p. 41   engaging in reflective practice to support personal and professional growth. Case
ECEP-221            Preschool and School Age Curriculum                                         p. 41   studies, role-playing, reflective exercises and visits to the lab school will provide
ECEP-215            Perspective in Family Violence                                              p. 41   opportunity for you to actively explore the challenges and the rewards of field
ECEP-222            Advocacy                                                                    p. 41
                                                                                                        placement experiences, while developing awareness of your own strengths and
ECEP-228            Integrating Theory and Practice (Seminar)                                   p. 41
CECS-107            Final Practicum-Specialized (equivalent to ECEP-226)                        p. 41   needs.
GNED                General Education Elective**                                                        HOURS: 30                                 FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                        TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                       LOC
* Students are required to complete an assessment in order to be placed into the correct level of       Spring   841        Apr 25 – June 27                         W         7-10 pm                    PRO
  English – please see centennialcollege.ca/skillsassessment or call 416-289-5300 for details.
**General Education electives may be taken at any time.                                                 SeMeSTeR 2
                                                                                                        Observable Child Development                                                           ECEP-130
NeW MODeL ROUTe                                                                                         Observation is a powerful tool in facilitating the Early Childhood Educator’s
FOUNDaTION STUDIES UNIT                                                                                 understanding of development. Observation is critical in affecting the
Keys to Success in ECE                                                                 ECEP-101         decision-making processes in the early childhood setting. Students will have
This course will provide you with an opportunity to actively explore and develop                        the opportunity to deepen their understanding of child development using
the skills required to achieve success in both academic and workplace settings.                         observation. This course will introduce a variety of information-gathering
This will include utilizing the communications lab to engage in observation and                         strategies. These tools will be used to facilitate the students understanding of
self-reflection and develop workplace-specific interpersonal, leadership and team                       children’s needs and interests as well as to monitor children’s progress. To ensure
skills. A computer lab component will engage you in the exploration and use a                           effective communication and record keeping of information, a variety of electronic
variety of technological tools to facilitate research, learning and collaboration,                      support systems will be explored.
improve time management skills, and develop effective presentation styles and                           Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit
techniques.                                                                                             Corequisite: College Communications 2 COMM-170/171
HOURS: 60                                 FEE: IC: $401.35 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)       HOURS: 45                             FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                     LOC     TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY       TIMe                       LOC
Fall     801        Sept 14 – Jan 25                       W         7-10 pm                    PRO     Fall     801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                         Tu        7-10 pm                    PRO
                    Plus six hours of assigned projects or related tasks



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                           The Child at the Centre of the Curriculum                                           ECEP-131      Positive guidance Strategies 1                                                        ECEP-211
Child and Family StudieS
                           The Child at the Centre of the Curriculum acknowledges the value of play as the                   Building friendships is an important developmental task for the young child. Using
                           foundation of all experiences in the early years. It recognizes that the construction             a variety of positive guidance strategies that actively engage children in resolving
                           of curriculum must “emerge” from the child’s interests and needs if it is to be                   their own conflicts, while supporting the child’s need to become self-aware,
                           meaningful. The Early Childhood Educator constructs and implements experiences                    responsible and interdependent, will be the major focus of this course.
                           that are responsive and enhance the development of the whole child.                               Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, College Communications 2
                           Principles of program planning will be introduced and discussed, and                              COMM-170/171
                           opportunities for application made available in this course. Using Emergent                       HOURS: 30                               FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           Curriculum principles, students will have the opportunity to construct, implement                 TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                    LOC
                           and document a variety of experiences that enhance children’s learning in a range                 Fall      801        Sept 28 – Nov 30                        W         7-10 pm                 PRO
                           of curriculum content areas. All planned experiences will integrate principles of
                           collaboration and recognize the value of inquiry.                                                 Preschool Curriculum                                                                  ECEP-212
                           Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit                                                             Becoming attuned to the ways children come to understand their world will
                           Corequisite: College Communications 2 COMM-170/171                                                enable you, as a facilitator, to plan and respond to their cues and interests and
                           HOURS: 60                             FEE: IC: $401.35 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     will foster an exciting, challenging, emergent curriculum.
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, College Communications 2
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY      TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                                             COMM-170/171
                           Winter   821        Jan 17 – May 29                         Tu       7-10 pm                PRO
                                                                                                                             HOURS: 45                               FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                                             TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                    LOC
                           guidance and the Individual Child                                                   ECEP-132      Fall      801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                      Tu        7-10 pm                   PRO
                           The Early Childhood Educator values and celebrates relationships, recognizing                                          Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks
                           that they are the “foundation upon which children grow and learn.” Respectful
                           guidance strategies are practised to facilitate trust and positive interactions                   Health and Wellness – Preschool School age                                            ECEP-213
                           that promote children’s development and learning. Students will gain insight                      Developing a successful holistic approach to health requires an understanding
                           into children’s behaviour within a developmental framework. Opportunities to                      of the social, emotional and physical components that must be addressed in
                           examine a range of guidance philosophies will be provided. A variety of direct                    the early years. Topics such as bullying, diversity and childhood stress will be
                           and indirect guidance strategies will be introduced. Opportunities to practise                    examined and ways to encourage children to begin the process of establishing a
                           will be integrated in all content areas discussed. Students will utilize strategies               healthy lifestyle will be explored.
                           introduced to respond to the needs of children and to support their well-being.                   Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, College Communications 2
                           Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit                                                             COMM-170/171
                           Corequisite: College Communications 2 COMM-170/171                                                HOURS: 30                               FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           HOURS: 30                             FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                    LOC
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY      TIMe                   LOC   Fall      801        Sept 22 – Nov 24                        Th        7-10 pm                 PRO
                           Fall     801        Sept 28 – Nov 30                        W        7-10 pm                PRO
                                                                                                                             Developing Partnerships with Families                                                 ECEP-214
                           Health and Wellbeing of Young Children                                              ECEP-133      Involving and supporting the child’s first and most important teachers, within the
                           Responding to children’s health needs is an integral part of the early childhood                  centre and the community, is a challenging task. The educator will develop the
                           educator’s everyday responsibilities. To ensure these needs are met, students                     skills necessary to establish a positive and collaborative rapport with parents and
                           will explore the interrelatedness of health, safety and nutrition, and examine                    will provide opportunities for problem solving to enhance the well-being of the
                           strategies, policies and procedures that will enhance the well-being of young                     family.
                           children and promote lifelong health habits. Lectures, case scenarios and                         Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, College Communications 2
                           simulations will emphasize the importance of designing and maintaining healthy                    COMM-170/171
                           and safe environments, engaging in ongoing communication with families and                        HOURS: 30                               FEE: IC: $218.05 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           collaborating with other professionals.                                                           TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                    LOC
                           Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit                                                             Spring    841        Apr 5 – June 7                          Th        7-10 pm                 PRO
                           Corequisite: College Communications 2 COMM-170/171
                           HOURS: 30                             FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)     Field Placement 1: Infant and Toddler                                                 CECS-105
                                                                                                                             This course is equivalent to ECEP-135.
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY      TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                                             This course will support the development of skills necessary to become a
                           Winter   821        Jan 26 – Mar 29                         Th       7-10 pm                PRO
                                                                                                                             responsive caregiving for infants/toddlers while providing a safe and nurturing
                           Field Placement 1: Infant and Toddler                                              CECS-105       environment. With the support and guidance of qualified early childhood
                           For course description, please see this page (right column).                                      education professionals, you will be able to apply your skills to front-line practice.
                                                                                                                             Prerequisites: Foundation Studies Unit, ECEP-122, ECEP-125
                           SeMeSTeRS 3 AND 4 – NeW MODeL ROUTe                                                               Additional purchase: Field Practicum Manual available at the college bookstore (please
                           Courses are under development.                                                                    bring this to your first seminar class).
                                                                                                                             HOURS: 200                               FEE: IC: $525 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           FORMeR MODeL ROUTe: PReSCHOOL UNIT                                                                TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                    LOC
                           Preschool and School-age Development                                                ECEP-210      Fall      801        Sept 19 – Dec 19                       M-F                              Offsite
                           The preschool and school-age years present new challenges as the sequences and                                         First seminar class: Sept 19, 6:30-8:30 pm                                PRO
                           patterns of development become more complex. Greater knowledge of children                        Winter    821        Jan 16 – Apr 23                                                         Offsite
                                                                                                                                                  First seminar class: Jan 16, 6:30-8:30 pm                                 PRO
                           in this agespan will enable you to put theory into practice while responding to
                                                                                                                             Spring    841        May 7 – Aug 17                                                          Offsite
                           individual needs within a group setting.
                                                                                                                                                  First seminar class: May 7, 6:30-8:30 pm                                  PRO
                           Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, College Communications 2          Notes:
                           COMM-170/171
                                                                                                                             1. This is a planned experience of 25 days (eight hours per day) in a Centennial College approved
                           HOURS: 45                               FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)      field setting under supervision, plus six hours of seminars. Once registered, please e-mail Lynn
                           TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY      TIMe                   LOC      Haines at lhaines@centennialcollege.ca to arrange your placement. All students are required
                           Winter   821        Jan 31 – May 8                        Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO      to attend the first Seminar Class for Field Orientation or you will not be able to start your
                                               plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks                           placement this semester (all seminars are mandatory for success). Although a 25-day eight
                                                                                                                                hour block is preferable, part-time arrangements of fewer days per week may be made with the
                                                                                                                                coordinator if needed. However, one five-day block will be required during your placement.
                                                                                                                             2. A current Police Reference Check, Medical and First-Aid/CPR Certificate are required for the
                                                                                                                                Practicum. Please obtain before class begins and bring to the first Seminar.
                                                                                                                             3. Prior Learning and Recognition (PLAR) is not granted for this course.

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Field Practicum – Preschool                                                             CECS-106          Positive guidance Strategies 2                                                        ECEP-227




                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Child and Family StudieS
(This course is equivalent to ECEP-216)                                                                   Our primary goal in guiding the behaviour of young children is to enable them to
Group skills development is emphasized during this experience. Plan and                                   learn how to ultimately guide themselves. This course will focus on practical ways
implement programs for a variety of ages and stages consolidating knowledge                               to promote autonomy.
and skills to facilitate an emergent curriculum.                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of the previous three units including practicums.
Prerequisite: Foundation Studies Unit, Infant and Toddler Unit, Preschool Unit                            HOURS:                                 FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
Additional purchase: Field Practicum Manual available at the college bookstore – please                   TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY      TIMe                    LOC
bring manual to your first Seminar class.                                                                 Winter    821        Mar 29 – May 31                          Th       7-10 pm                 PRO
HOURS: 200                                FEE: IC: $525 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                      DAY       TIMe                    LOC      Integrating Theory and Practice (Seminar)                                             ECEP-228
Fall      801          Sept 19 – Dec 19                                                         Offsite   Taken in conjunction with final practicum CECS-107, this course is intended to
                       First seminar class: Sept 26, 6:30-8:30 pm                                 PRO
                                                                                                          assist students in planning and implementing goals for their own professional
Winter 821             Jan 16 – Apr 23                                                         Offsite
                       First seminar class: Jan 23, 6:30-8:30 pm                                  PRO
                                                                                                          development. It will also provide students a forum for discussion regarding field
Spring 841             May 7 – Aug 17                                                          Offsite    placement and an opportunity to reflect on their competencies related to their
                       First seminar class: May 7, 6:30-8:30 pm                                   PRO     field of choice.
(All seminar classes are mandatory. It is very important to register early and be prepared with           Prerequisite: Completion of all ECE Core courses including practicums
a current Police Reference Check and a medical for the first seminar class)                               Corequisite: Must be taken with Final Practicum CECS-107 (replaces practicum seminars)
 Notes:                                                                                                   HOURS: 15                              FEE: IC: $126.40 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
 1. This is a planned experience of 25 days (eight hours per day) in a Centennial College-approved        TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY      TIMe                    LOC
    field setting under supervision, plus six hours of seminars. Once registered, please e-mail Lynn      Fall      801        Sept 26 – Nov 14                         M        6:30-8:30 pm            PRO
    Haines at lhaines@centennialcollege.ca to arrange your placement. All students are required           Winter    821        Jan 30 – Mar 19                          M        6:30-8:30 pm            PRO
    to attend the first Seminar Class for Field Orientation or you will not be able to start your         Spring    841        May 7 – June 18                          M        6:30-8:30 pm            PRO
    placement this semester (all seminars are mandatory for success). Although a 25-day eight-
    hour block is preferable, part-time arrangements of fewer days per week may be made with
    the coordinator if needed. However, one five-day block will be required during your placement.        Final Practicum – Specialized                                                         CECS-107
 2. A current Police Reference Check, Medical and First-Aid/CPR Certificate are required for the          This course is equivalent to ECEP-226; this course must be taken in conjunction with ECEP-228.
    Practicum. Please obtain before class begins and bring to the first Seminar.                          Prospective graduates will collaborate in selecting a placement setting, specific
 3. If you have successfully completed two practicums (A grade or better with a B+ grade point            to their needs and interests. Competencies, including curriculum design and
    average) and have at least two years work experience in a licensed child care setting, you            implementation skills, will be reinforced and consolidated. Students will continue
    may be eligible to register for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition. Please make an
    appointment with the Program Supervisor to discuss this.                                              to build resources that support a responsive project-based approach to planning.
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Completion of all other ECE courses, including two practicums. Prior Learning
exPLORINg CAReeRS                                                                                         and Recognition (PLAR) credit is not granted for this course.
                                                                                                          Corequisite: ECEP-210 may be taken with this course
Inclusion of Children with Special Needs                                                ECEP-220          Additional purchase: Field Practicum Manual available at the college bookstore
You will examine a variety of identified special needs within a framework of                              (416-289-5224). Please bring the manual to your first seminar class.
inclusion, respect and support. Strategies to adapt the curriculum and modify the                         HOURS: 200                               FEE: IC: $525.00 (includes $25 materials fee – text extra)
environment will be explored to help ensure success for every child.                                      TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                     DAY      TIMe                    LOC
Prerequisite: Completion of the previous three units including practicums                                 Fall       801        Sept 19 – Dec 19                                                        Offsite
HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)            Winter 821            Jan 16 – Apr 23                                                         Offsite
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                      DAY       TIMe                    LOC      Spring 841            May 7 – Aug 17                                                          Offsite
Winter    821        Jan 17 – Apr 24                           Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO      Notes:
                                                                                                          1. This is a planned experience of 25 days (eight hours per day) in a Centennial College-approved
Preschool and School-age Curriculum                                                     ECEP-221             field setting under supervision. You also need to be registered in ECEP-228 Integration Theory
As educators, our goal in curriculum development is to promote interdependent                                and Practice during your final field placement. Once registered, please e-mail Lynn Haines at
and self-directed learning. With a focus on Reggio Emilia principles, you will have                          lhaines@centennialcollege.ca to arrange your placement. All students are required to attend
the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills in using a collaborative approach                               the first Seminar Class for Field Orientation or you will not be able to start your placement
                                                                                                             this semester (all seminars are mandatory for success). Although a 25-day eight-hour block is
involving children, teachers, family and community in the process of creating an                             preferable, part-time arrangements may be made with the coordinator if needed. However, one
emergent curriculum.                                                                                         five-day Block will be required during your placement.
Prerequisite: Completion of the previous three units including practicums                                 2. A current Police Reference Check and medical is required for the Practicum. Please obtain
HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)               before class begins and bring to the first seminar.
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                      DAY       TIMe                    LOC
Fall      801        Sept 13 – Dec 20                      Tu        7-10 pm                     PRO
                     Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks
                                                                                                               First generation Students
Perspective in Family violence                                                          ECEP-215
Through an examination of the complex and social roots of violence, and the
                                                                                                               are you the FiRSt in your family seeking to complete
reasons for conflict within the family, you will develop methods for identifying the                           a college program?
abused child and determine proactive ways to provide protection.
Prerequisite: Completion of the previous three units including practicums                                      We have resources that can support you and help
HOURS: 30                              FEE: IC: $218.05 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)                 you succeed.
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                      DAY       TIMe                    LOC
Fall      801        Sept 22 – Nov 24                          Th        7-10 pm                 PRO           For more information, visit centennialcollege.ca/
                                                                                                               firstgenerationstudent
advocacy                                                                                ECEP-222
Develop proactive strategies for promoting positive changes within the child care
community, with a focus on current policies, legislation and advocacy groups that
influence services.
Prerequisite: Completion of all three units including practicums
HOURS: 45                               FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                      DAY       TIMe                    LOC
Winter    821        Jan 18 – Apr 25                       W         7-10 pm                     ASH
                     Plus three hours of assigned projects or related tasks




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                           Early Childhood Administration                                                           LeveL 1 CourSeS
Child and Family StudieS
                                                                                                                    Developing Child Care Programs                                                      ECaD-101
                           Early Childhood administration Post-Diploma                                              This course will prepare Child Care Administrators to develop, implement and
                                                                                                                    communicate a vision and philosophy for child-care service based on current
                           Certificate – 7115
                                                                                                                    principles of child development and learning. You will develop skills to ensure
                           This is a part-time, post-diploma graduate certificate program for Early Childhood       that a centre’s environment is physically/emotionally safe, non-judgmental,
                           Educators who want the essential supervisory, administrative and management              welcoming and respectful. Throughout this course there will be a focus on how
                           skills to advance their careers. Students will study predominantly online with           an administrator works with staff to ensure an effective learning environment for
                           two or three in-class evening sessions per course enabling professionals to              children.
                           learn the latest theories, exchange ideas and network with other professionals,          Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency
                           without leaving their jobs. Topics include staff supervision, relations with families,   HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           finance and effecting change. Courses are designed to help graduates meet the            TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                      LOC
                           Occupational Standards for Child Care Administrators developed through the               Winter    821       Jan 17 – Apr 23                       Tu        7-10 pm                     PRO
                           Child Care Human Resources Sector Council.                                                                   Plus three seminar classes – Jan. 18, Mar. 1, Apr. 26, 7-10 pm              PRO
                           Highlights:
                                                                                                                    Health and Safety Compliance                                                        ECaD-102
                                 •	 Practical Assignments – Conducting meetings, writing proposals,
                                                                                                                    This course will prepare Child Care Administrators to create a safe and healthy
                                     preparing budgets and developing marketing plans.
                                                                                                                    environment for children and adults. Vigilance, effective responses and assessing
                                 •	 Field Practicum – Practise in your own agency (and/or others) guided
                                                                                                                    and reducing risk in health practices, nutrition, repair and maintenance of
                                     and supported by Centennial faculty.
                                                                                                                    facilities and safe operations will be discussed. Students will learn to analyze the
                                 To maximize your potential for success in this program, applicants should
                                                                                                                    systems governing child care and their connection and importance to quality, safe
                           possess the following skills and experience:
                                                                                                                    care. In addition, students will learn to develop and implement policy ensuring
                                 •	 ECE experience in the child care-field
                                                                                                                    compliance with all governing authorities.
                                 •	 Strong verbal and written communication skills
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency
                                 •	 Computer skills (to produce professional reports)
                                                                                                                    HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           aDmISSION REqUIREmENT
                                                                                                                    TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                      LOC
                           1. Ontario College Early Childhood Education Diploma or Letter of Equivalency from the
                                                                                                                    Fall      801       Sept 15 – Dec 22                      Th       7-10 pm                      PRO
                               AECEO.
                                                                                                                                        Plus three seminar classes – Sept 15, Nov 10, Dec 8, 7-10 pm                PRO
                           2. Two years experience working in the Child Care Field
                           COmPlETION REqUIREmENTS                                                                  Creating a Positive Environment                                                     ECaD-103
                           There are seven academic courses and one supervised field practicum. Courses             Within this course, leadership styles and theories will be discussed and evaluated.
                           run consecutively, and a minimum ‘C’ grade must be maintained in each course to          The learner will evaluate their own leadership style, identify skills for further
                           continue within the program.                                                             development and plan for that development. With this understanding, this course
                           lEvEl 1 COURSES                                                                          will also prepare child-care centre administrators to build an effective staff team
                           ECAD-101           Developing Child Care Programs                                        through a positive, motivating work environment and oversee staff to ensure they
                           ECAD-102           Health and Safety Compliance                                          work individually and collectively to meet the goals of the organization. Practices
                           ECAD-103           Creating a Positive Work Environment                                  for establishing effective relationships with Boards of Governors and owner/
                           ECAD-104           Finance
                                                                                                                    operators will also be discussed.
                           lEvEl 2 COURSES                                                                          Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency
                           ECAD-205           Human Resources                                                       HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           ECAD-206           Family and Community Relations
                           ECAD-207           ECE Administrators Field Placement                                    TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                      LOC
                                                                                                                    Fall      801       Sept 13 – Dec 20                      Tu       7-10 pm                      PRO
                                                                                                                                        Plus three seminar classes – Sept 14, Nov 2, Dec 14, 7-10 pm                PRO

                              Online learning Technical Requirements
                                                                                                                    Finance                                                                             ECaD-104
                              Due to the online nature of the program students will require access to:
                                                                                                                    This course will prepare Child Care Centre Administrators to manage revenue
                              operating Systems:             • Windows XP, 2000, Vista, or Windows 7                and expenditures to operate viable, sustainable programs. This will include
                                 	                           •	 Mac	OS	1.3	or	higher                                maintaining financial records, interpreting financial statements, managing
                              browsers:                      • Internet Explorer	6,	7,	8 	       •	 Firefox	3.X     accounts receivable and preparing for audits. The relationship between enrolment
                                 	                           •	 Chrome	1.X	                      •	 Safari	3.X      and budget will be explored with focus on long-term operational plans and
                              plug-ins:                      • Current Java Versions (Currently Version 9)          marketing.
                                  	                          •	 Flash	Plug-In                                       Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency
                                                                                                                    HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70(incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                              multimedia Capability: • Speakers, microphone or combination headset
                                                                                                                    TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                      LOC
                                 	                   •	 Web	camera                                                  Fall      801       Sept 14 – Dec 21                      W        7-10 pm                      PRO
                              Note: There are some documented issues with Internet Explorer 7.                                          Plus three seminar classes – Sept 15, Nov 3, Dec 15, 7-10 pm                PRO




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LeveL 2 CourSeS                                                                                       Early Childhood Resource Consultant




                                                                                                                                                                                                           Child and
                                                                                                                                                                                                           BuSineSS Family StudieS
Human Resources                                                                     ECaD-205
This course will prepare child-care administrators to ensure that there is sufficient                 Early Childhood Resource Consultant Post-Diploma
knowledgeable, caring and qualified staff to provide a quality experience for
                                                                                                      Certificate – 7060
the children in their care. Labour relations practices that support a positive work
environment will be discussed. Use of external resources, including students,                         This is a part-time, post-diploma graduate certificate program for Early
volunteers, consultants, families and community members to benefit and support                        Childhood Educators who want to learn the essential skills required to promote
the program will be addressed.                                                                        the inclusion of children with special needs in the child-care community. Upon
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency                        successful completion, graduates will qualify as Resource Teachers and/or
HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)        Resource Consultants under the Day Nurseries Act. Applicants must have an Early
TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC      Childhood Education Diploma from an Ontario college or a letter of equivalency
Winter    821       Jan 19 – Apr 26                         Th        7-10 pm                PRO      from the AECEO.
                                                                                                           To maximize your potential for success in this program, applicants should
Family and Community Relations                                                      ECaD-206          possess the following skills and experience:
This course will prepare the child-care administrator to create a positive                                 •	 ECE experience in the child-care field
experience for the family and their child, and support families with their child-                          •	 Strong verbal and written communication skills
rearing responsibilities. The principle of partnership with families will be explored                      •	 Computer skills (to produce professional reports)
with a focus on evaluating practice within this framework. In addition, the                           aDmISSION REqUIREmENT
importance of establishing community linkages to provide families with access to                      •	 Ontario College Early Childhood Education Diploma or letter of equivalency from the
community resources and support throughout transitions, while promoting early                            AECEO.
childhood education and care within the community, will be addressed.                                 COmPlETION REqUIREmENTS
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency                        There are seven academic courses and two supervised field practicums. Courses
HOURS: 45                              FEE: IC: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)        run consecutively, and a minimum C grade must be maintained in each course to
TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC      continue within the program. Students must successfully complete Level 1 before
Spring    841       May 15 – Aug 21                      Tu       7-10 pm                    PRO      moving to Level 2. This program’s intake for new students is only in the Fall each
                    Plus three seminar classes – May 10, June 28, Aug. 16, 7-10 pm           PRO      year.
                                                                                                      lEvEl 1
ECE administrators Field Placement                                                  ECaD-207          SN-400               Exploring Inclusion                                                     p. 43
This placement experience will provide you with an opportunity to integrate                           SN-401               Working with Families                                                   p. 43
knowledge and skills learned in each course and to apply them in a child-care                         SN-402               Field Practicum 1                                                       p. 44
setting. Understanding of the administrator’s complex and integrated role will be                     SN-403               Service Planning                                                        p. 44
enhanced and you will be required to complete a portfolio that demonstrates your                      SN-405               Resource Coordination                                                   p. 44
ability to meet the learning outcomes.                                                                lEvEl 2
Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency, Completion            SN-404               Strategies for Success and Inclusion                                    p. 44
of all other post-diploma courses in this program.                                                    SN-406               Advocacy in the Home, School and Community                              p. 44
                                                                                                      SN-407               Research and Conference Planning                                        p. 44
HOURS: 45                                 FEE: IC: $309.70
                                                                                                      SN-408               Field Practicum 2                                                       p. 44
TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
Spring    841       May 16 – Aug 22                         W         7-10 pm               Offsite

                                                                                                       Orientation Session
                                                                                                       This orientation session clarifies the program emphasis and your role within it.
     Register online!                                                                                  Come and have your qualifications evaluated and your questions answered (an
                                                                                                       appointment is not required).
     no lineups, no busy signals. visit
                                                                                                             •	 Thurs., Sept. 1, 2011            6 pm                     Ashtonbee Campus
     centennialcollege.ca/webreg to register online,
     anytime! (See inside back cover for other ways                                                    Please note: Due to the nature of this program, students must provide a recent Police
     to register.)                                                                                     Reference Check prior to each field placement and required courses. A criminal record or
                                                                                                       charges pending before the courts in regard to crimes against vulnerable populations may
                                                                                                       determine eligibility for courses and completion of the program


                                                                                                      LeveL 1 CourSeS
                                                                                                      Exploring Inclusion                                                                     SN-400
                                                                                                      Explore current issues in normalization and inclusion. Develop skills in observation
                                                                                                      and information-gathering in relation to children with special needs.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: Early Childhood Education Diploma or AECEO Letter of Equivalency.
                                                                                                      HOURS: 36                              FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                      TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                      Fall      801       Sept 15 – Nov 17                     Th        7-10 pm                   ASH
                                                                                                                          Plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arranged

                                                                                                      Working With Families                                                                   SN-401
                                                                                                      Learn to work with families of children with special needs. You will learn to
                                                                                                      demonstrate empathy and provide support, while respecting family dynamics and
                                                                                                      culture.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: Exploring Inclusion SN-400
                                                                                                      HOURS: 36                              FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                      TeRM      SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                      Fall      801        Nov 24 – Feb 9                        Th    7-10 pm                     ASH
                                                                                                                Plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arranged



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                           Field Practicum 1                                                                        SN-402       LeveL 2 CourSeS
Child and Family StudieS
                           Integrate theory and practice during 105 hours of supervised field placement;                         Strategies for Success and Inclusion                                                  SN-404
                           including job shadowing.                                                                              Explore strategies for promoting the success and inclusion of children with special
                           Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401                               needs in child-care programs, while meeting individual needs.
                           HOURS: 105                              FEE: IC: $525.00 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)       Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1
                           TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC     SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Service Planning 2 SN-405
                           Winter    821      Jan 16 – Apr 6                                                           Offsite   HOURS: 36                                FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                     Seminar: Mon., Jan. 17, 7-10 pm                                                     ASH     TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                                                 Spring   841        July 5 – Aug 7                         Tu/Th     7-10 pm                ASH
                           Service Planning                                                                         SN-403
                           This course introduces the student to Service Planning for a child and family.                        advocacy in the Home, School and Community                                            SN-406
                           Key elements will include gathering developmental information, assessing                              You will explore the process of consultation and advocacy for the purpose of
                           strengths and needs, and writing goals and objectives for a child. This course will                   supporting children with special needs and their families, in the home, school and
                           also examine current issues involved in the assessment of young children, and                         community.
                           students will learn how to implement one functional assessment tool. Students                         Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1
                           in this course will learn the essential value of encompassing a family centred                        SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Strategies for Success and Inclusion
                           approach when working with families who have a child with exceptional needs.                          SN-404, Individual Service Planning 2 SN-405
                           Collaboration with other team members to implement the Service Plan will also                         HOURS: 36                                FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           be a focus of this course.                                                                            TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                           Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401,                              Fall     801        Sept 15 – Nov 17                     Th        7-10 pm                  ASH
                           Field Practicum 1 SN-402                                                                                                  Plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arranged
                           HOURS: 36                               FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                           TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LO      Research and Conference Planning                                                      SN-407
                           Winter    821        Feb 16 – Apr 19                       Th    7-10 pm                      ASH     This is the final classroom-based course in the Early Childhood Education-Special
                                     Plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arranged                                      Needs Post-Diploma Program. It is designed to give the student the opportunity to
                                                                                                                                 academically consolidate and focus the knowledge and skills gained throughout
                           Resource Coordination                                                                    SN-405       the program. Focusing independent research into a specific aspect of special
                           Resource Coordination will explore many of the important aspects of assessing                         needs, the student will be given the opportunity to share their research findings,
                           and evaluating community-based resources. This course will examine interactions,                      in a workshop format, with classmates, faculty and colleagues. Presentation skills
                           collaboration, and the partnership between families and professionals.                                and knowledge of the adult learner will be explored and utilized while developing
                           Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401,                              the workshop. The class will collaborate to organize and facilitate a professional
                           Field Practicum 1 SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403                                 conference that will serve as a forum for the student’s workshop presentations.
                           HOURS: 36                               FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)       Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1
                           TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LO      SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Individual Service Planning 2 SN-405,
                           Spring    841        Apr 26 – June 28                     Th        7-10 pm                   ASH     Strategies for Success and Inclusion SN-404, Advocacy in the Home, School and Community
                                                Plus two, three-hour Saturday sessions, to be arranged                           SN-406
                                                                                                                                 HOURS: 36                                FEE: IC: $254.71 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                                                                 TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                                                 Fall     801        Dec 1 – Apr 12                         Th        7-10 pm                ASH
                                internationally trained                                                                                              Plus one, six-hour Saturday, to be arranged

                                and educated?                                                                                    Field Practicum 2                                                                     SN-408
                                                                                                                                 This supervised field placement of 105 hours of job shadowing and research
                                are you an internationally trained and educated
                                                                                                                                 allows you to demonstrate your ability to apply the cumulative skills acquired
                                professional looking for Canadian credentials? Call                                              from this program while highlighting your leadership and consultative skills.
                                416-289-5207, e-mail us at ce@centennialcollege.ca,                                              Prerequisites: Exploring Inclusion SN-400, Working with Families SN-401, Field Practicum 1
                                                                                                                                 SN-402, Individual Family Service Planning 1 SN-403, Strategies for Success and Inclusion
                                or visit centennialcollege.ca/ce                                                                 SN-404, Individual Service Planning 2 SN-405, Advocacy in the Home, School and Community
                                                                                                                                 SN-406, Research and Conference Planning SN-407.
                                                                                                                                 HOURS: 105                               FEE: IC: $525
                                                                                                                                 TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                                                 Winter   821        Jan 23 – Apr 13                                                       Offsite
                                                                                                                                                     Seminar: Mon., Jan 23, 2012                                             ASH




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Therapeutic Recreation                                                                         Community Supports                                                                   TREC-103




                                                                                                                                                                                                   Child and Family StudieS
                                                                                               Community Supports promotes the inclusion of all people with disabilities as
                                                                                               full citizens within our communities through public awareness, community
Therapeutic Recreation Certificate – 2206                                                      partnerships and education, fostering an environment of equal participation for
The Therapeutic Recreation Graduate Certificate program is developed for                       persons with disabilities within Ontario. This course will explore funding options,
graduates with a diploma or degree in Recreation and Leisure/Community                         how to access community support, along with special attention dedicated to
Services, as well as for professionals in Human Services or Heath Care fields who              advocacy, respite services, technology, Ontario Disability Support Pension (ODSP),
would like to acquire further specialization in therapeutic recreation. Delivered              professional roles and therapeutic recreation Ontario (TRO).
predominantly online, students are able to learn the latest theories, exchange                 HOURS: 45                                FEE: OL: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
ideas and network with other professionals without leaving their jobs. Graduates               TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY        TIMe                    LOC
of the program could work as: behaviour/personal/early childhood support                       Fall     801       Sept 13 – Dec 20                        Tu         7-10 pm                 OL
workers, teacher aides, hospital staff, community service workers, residential and                                Plus in-class session Sept. 13
day program support staff, special education assistants and caregivers.
                                                                                               MODULe 2
     Highlights include:
     •	 Practical assignments                                                                  Risk management                                                                      TREC-201
     •	 Field Practicum – practice in your own agency and/or                                   Risk Management will develop the learner’s awareness of legal rights and issues
        others guided and supported by Centennial faculty                                      for people with disabilities that pertain to work as a Therapeutic Recreationist.
COmPlETION REqUIREmENTS
                                                                                               In particular, Risk Management prepares the learner to apply knowledge of
                                                                                               legislation, standards, policies and regulations that may affect the provision and
mODUlE 1
                                                                                               maintenance of recreation venues and opportunities for people with disabilities.
TREC-101            Understanding Disability                                           p. 45
TREC-102            Steps to Independence                                              p. 45   There will be a focus on what is involved with compliance for the Accessibility for
TREC-103            Community Supports                                                 p. 45   Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
mODUlE 2                                                                                       HOURS: 45                                FEE: OL: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
TREC-201            Risk Management                                                    p. 45   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY        TIMe                    LOC
TREC-202            Active Living                                                      p. 45   Winter   821       Jan 10 – Apr 17                         Tu         7-10 pm                 OL
TREC-203            Professional Development Advocacy                                  p. 45                      Plus in-class session Jan 10
mODUlE 3
                                                                                               active living                                                                        TREC-202
TREC-301            Therapeutic Recreation Best Practices (Field)                      p. 45
                                                                                               Active Living provides the learner with the ability to assess recreation and support
                                                                                               activities and create opportunities and recreational options for people with
   Online learning Technical Requirements                                                      disabilities. The Active Living course enables the learner to support people with
   Due to the online nature of the program students will require access to a                   disabilities and help them to lead active and healthy lives.
   computer with the following capabilities:                                                   HOURS: 45                                FEE: OL: $309.70 (incl. $25 materials fee – text extra)
                                                                                               TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                    DAY        TIMe                    LOC
   operating Systems:             • Windows XP, 2000, Vista, or Windows 7                      Spring   841       Apr 24 – July 31                        Tu         7-10 pm                 OL
      	                           •	 Mac	OS	1.3	or	higher                                                         Plus in-class session Apr 24
   browsers:                      • Internet Explorer	6,	7,	8 	       •	 Firefox	3.X
      	                           •	 Chrome	1.X	                      •	 Safari	3.X            Professional Development advocacy                                                    TREC-203
                                                                                               The learner will reflect on their professional competence as it relates to the
   plug-ins:                      • Current Java Versions (Currently Version 9)
                                                                                               provision of Therapeutic Recreation Services and current trends and issues,
       	                          •	 Flash	Plug-In
                                                                                               identify their personal learning needs and design and implement a professional
    multimedia Capability: • Speakers, microphone or combination headset                       development plan to address those needs.
       	                   •	 Web	camera                                                       Coming soon. Check our website for details.
   Note: There are some documented issues with Internet Explorer 7.
                                                                                               MODULe 3
                                                                                               Therapeutic Recreation Best Practices (Field)                                        TREC-301
MODULe 1                                                                                       This placement experience will provide learners with an opportunity to integrate
Understanding Disability                                                       TREC-101        knowledge and skills learned in each of the five core previous courses and to
Continuously advancing technology, legislation and awareness results in an                     apply them to the role of a Therapeutic Recreation Practitioner. Understanding
ongoing challenge for professionals to stay current in the therapeutic recreation              of the Therapeutic Recreationist’s complex and integrated role will be enhanced.
industry. Understanding Disability is designed to provide learners with the                    Learners will be required to complete a portfolio that demonstrates their ability
knowledge, skills and strategies required to respond to the unique needs of                    to meet the learning outcomes.
individuals with disabilities and the disabled as related to recreation, leisure,              Coming soon. Check our website for details.
and lifestyle.
Coming soon. Check our website for details.

Steps to Independence                                                          TREC-102
Steps to Independence increases the learner’s awareness and appreciation
for people of diverse abilities to live and work with dignity in their everyday
life. Learners will eliminate societal barriers such as structural and physical
accessibility, and identify accessibility and adaptation ideas for an individual’s
steps towards independence in the home, vehicle and daily living activities.
Further topics include Life Cycle Transitions, Education, Sex and Parenting with a
Disability.
Coming soon. Check our website for details.




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                                        Security guards are in constant demand. Our




                                                                                                                                              Community ServiCeS
                                        training responds to current industry needs
                                        through a program designed and delivered by
                                        experienced professionals. Our Community
                                        Services Department has long been known for
                                        the outstanding quality of its academic
                                        offerings. Prepare yourself for a new path in
Contact: Sama Bassidj                   public security and/or upgrade your skills
: 416-289-5303, select #1         through the Security Guard Training program at
: sbassidj@centennialcollege.ca
                                   Centennial College today.
                                   Security Guard Training
                                   Security Guard traininG                                                      SGt-100
                                   This course will provide a basic level of knowledge related to the security industry
                                   in compliance with the Private Security and Investigative Services Act (PSISA),
                                   Training and Testing Regulation and the mandatory basic training for all Security
                                   Guards and includes certification in Emergency Level First Aid. To successfully
                                   complete the training, students MUST attend the course in its entirety.
                                   HOurS: 40                               Fee: IC: $250
                                   Term     SeC. #   DaTe                                  Day     Time             LoC
                                   Fall     801      Sept 23, 24, 25                       F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Sept 30, Oct. 1, 2                    Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            802      Oct 14, 15, 16                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Oct 21, 22, 23                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            803      Nov 11, 12, 13                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Nov 18, 19, 20                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                   Winter   821      Jan 20, 21, 22                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Jan 27, 28, 29                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            822      Feb 10, 11, 12                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Feb 17, 18, 19                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            823      Mar 10, 11, 12                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Mar 16, 17, 18                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            824      Mar 30, 31, April 1                   F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Apr 6, 7, 8                           Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            825      Apr 20, 21, 22                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Apr 27, 28, 29                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                   Spring   841      May 4, 5, 6                           F       6 pm-10 pm       PRO
                                                     May 11, 12, 13                        Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            842      May 25, 26, 27                        F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     June 1, 2, 3                          Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            843      June 15, 16, 17                       F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     June 22, 23, 24                       Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            844      July 6, 7, 8                          F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     July 13, 14, 15                       Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO
                                            845      July 27, 28, 29                       F       6-10 pm          PRO
                                                     Aug 3, 4, 5                           Sa/Su   9 am-5 pm        PRO




                                                                       Scheduled Holiday Closures
                                                                       2011/2012
                                                                       2011       Mon., Aug 1          College Closed     Civic Holiday
                                                                                  Mon., Sept 5         College Closed     Statutory Holiday
                                                                                  Mon., Oct 10         College Closed     Statutory Holiday
                                                                       2012       Mon., Feb 20         College Closed     Family Day
                                                                                  Fri., April 6        College Closed     Statutory Holiday
                                                                                  Mon., May 21         College Closed     Statutory Holiday
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                                   •	 More than 1,200 career focused, special interest
                                       and academic courses to choose from
                                      •	Courses and programs that fit your schedule: weeknights,
                                         weekends, online, in-class, as well as continuous
                                         intake (6-8 week format)
                                          •	 Partnerships with organizations providing
                                              professional certification
     •	 Industry-recognized Ontario College Certification courses
     •	 More than 40 years of experience in hands-on learning
     •	 More than 95% of our students are satisfied with our CE instructors*
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                                   Information Technology and computer specialists




                                                                                                                                                                                       Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                   are in constant demand. Our offerings respond
                                   to industry need through programs designed by
                                   Computer and IT professionals. Choose to make
                                   yourself more marketable through relevant
                                   and up-to-date computer training and prepare
                                   yourself to become a computer or IT professional
Contact: Marion Amato            and/or upgrade your skills.
: 416-289-5000, ext. 7263
: mamato@centennialcollege.ca   Programs
                                 •	 Cisco	Certified	Networking	Associate		......................................................................................51
                                 •	 Cisco	Certified	Networking	Professional		..................................................................................51
                                 •	 Computer	Forensics		.................................................................................................................51
                                                                                                  .
                                 •	 Computer	Hardware	and	Network	Support		.............................................................................51
                                 •	 Computer	Programming		..........................................................................................................51
                                                                                         .
                                 •	 Computers	in	Business	Management		 ......................................................................................52
                                 •	 IBM	Java		..................................................................................................................................52
                                                          .
                                 •	 IT	Client	Services		 .....................................................................................................................52
                                 •	 Linux	System	Specialist		............................................................................................................52
                                 •	 Microsoft	.Net		..........................................................................................................................52
                                 •	 Microsoft	Office	Application	Support		.......................................................................................53
                                                                                .
                                 •	 Microsoft	SharePoint	Specialist		 ...............................................................................................53
                                 •	 Network	Security	Administrator		...............................................................................................53
                                 •	 Network	Specialist	Post-Graduate		...........................................................................................53
                                                                         .
                                 •	 Oracle	Database	Associate		......................................................................................................54
                                 •	 Oracle	Database	Administrator	Professional		............................................................................54
                                                                                                         .
                                 •	 Software	Quality	Assurance	and	Testing	(SQAT)		......................................................................54
                                 •	 Systems	Analysis	–	NEW	...........................................................................................................54
                                 •	 Unix/Linux	Systems	Administration		..........................................................................................54
                                                                                      .
                                 •	 Voice	Over	Internet	Protocol	(VoIP)		.........................................................................................54
                                 •	 Web	Applications	Development	Programming		.........................................................................55
                                 •	 Wireless	Technologies		..............................................................................................................55
                                 Partners
                                 •	 Cisco	Systems		..........................................................................................................................55
                                 •	 Oracle		......................................................................................................................................55
                                 •	 Citrix	–	New		...............................................................................................................................55




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                                       Courses
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                       A+ Certification                                                               Microsoft	Access                                                61
                                        A+	Boot	Camp                                                       56         Microsoft	PowerPoint	–	Comprehensive                            61
                                        A+	IT	Essentials:	PC	Hardware	and	Software	                        56         Microsoft	Access	–	Advanced	                                    61
                                       Cisco                                                                         Microsoft SharePoint
                                        CCNA	1	Network	Fundamentals                                        56         Introduction	to	SharePoint	                                     61
                                        CCNA	2	Routing	Protocols	and	Concepts	                             56         Installing	and	Configuring	SharePoint	                          61
                                        CCNA	3	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	                                 56         SharePoint	Administration	1                                     61
                                        CCNA	4	Accessing	the	WAN                                           56         SharePoint	Administration	2                                     61
                                        CCNA	Boot	Camp                                                     56         SharePoint	Project                                              61
                                        CCNA	Discovery	1	–	New		                                           56        Network Security
                                        CCNA	Discovery	2–	New			                                           57         Introductory	Network	Security	                                  62
                                        CCNP	1	Implementing	IP	Routing                                     57         Forensics                                                       62
                                        CCNP	2	Implementing	IP	Switching	                                  57         Threats	and	Attacks                                             62
                                        CCNP	3	Maintaining	and	Troubleshooting	IP	Networks                 57         Authentication                                                  62
                                        CCNA	Security	                                                     57         Monitoring	and	Intrusion	Detection                              62
                                       Computer Forensics                                                             Content	Filtering                                               62
                                        Fundamentals	of	Information	Security                               57         TCP/IP	and	Other	Internet	Protocols                             62
                                        Data	Forensics	1	–	Introduction	                                   57        Network Specialist Post-graduate
                                        Data	Forensics	2	–	Advanced	                                       57         Network	Fundamentals                                            62
                                        Computer	Hacking	and	Incident	Analysis                             57         Introduction	to	LANs	                                           62
                                        Intrusion	Detection	and	Auditing                                   58         Interconnecting	LANs                                            62
                                       Computer Training for Professionals                                            Field	Placement                                                 63
                                        Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming	Concepts)	                 58         Wide	Area	Networking                                            63
                                        Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1                              58         Network	Design                                                  63
                                        Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	                                 58        Oracle
                                        Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2                              58         Introduction	to	Oracle	11G	SQL	                                 63
                                        Software	Engineering	Methodologies	1	                              58         Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	1	              63
                                        Object	Oriented	Software	Engineering	                              58         Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	2	              63
                                        Microsoft	Applications	with	VBA	                                   58        Software Quality Assurance and Testing
                                       Java                                                                           Introduction	to	Testing	Principles	and	Methodologies            63
                                        Introduction	to	Java	Programming	Using	IBM’s		                                Writing	Testable	Requirements	                                  63
                                                                                                           59
                                        Rational	Application	Developer
                                                                                                                      Selecting	and	Implementing	Software	Testing	Tools	              63
                                        Developing	Java	Applications	with	IBM’s		
                                                                                                           59         Managing	the	Testing	Process	                                   63
                                        Rational	Application	Developer
                                        Java	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		                                      Software	Quality	Assurance		                                    64
                                                                                                           59
                                        Rational	Application	Developer
                                                                                                                      Software	Testing	Automation	Tools	and	Best	Practices	           64
                                        Advanced	Java	EE	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		
                                                                                                           59
                                        Rational	Application	Developer                                               Unix/Linux Systems Administration
                                       Linux                                                                          Introduction	to	Unix/Linux                                      64
                                        Linux	System	Overview	                                             59         Unix/Linux	Operations	for	Users                                 64
                                        Linux	Security                                                     59         Unix	Systems	Administration                                     64
                                        Linux	System	Administration	                                       59         Unix/Linux	Security	                                            64
                                        Linux	Networking	Essentials                                        59         Unix/Linux	Installation                                         64
                                        Linux	in	the	Enterprise	Environment                                59         Unix	Shell	Scripts                                              64
                                        Linux	Optimization	Techniques                                      59         Working	with	Linux	Graphical	User	Interfaces                    64
                                       Microsoft .Net                                                                Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
                                        Introduction	to	.NET	Programming	with	VB.NET	                      60         Voice	Over	IP	–	An	Introduction	                                64
                                        Developing	Windows	Applications	with	VB.NET	or	C#	                 60         Advanced	VoIP                                                   65
                                        Developing	Web	Applications	with	Visual	Studio.NET                 60         Designing	and	Implementing	a	VoIP	Solution	                     65
                                        .NET	Programming	with	C#	                                          60         Building	a	VoIP	Network	Using	Open	Source	Software	and	Tools	   65
                                        Developing	XML	Web	Services	with	Visual	Studio.NET                 60         Advanced	Voice	Communications                                   65
                                        Database	Design	and	Modeling	with	Microsoft	SQL	Server	2008        60         Capstone	Project	                                               65
                                        SQL	Server	2008	Administration	and	Reports	–	New	                  60        wireless Technologies
                                       Microsoft Office Application Support                                           Wireless	LANs	                                                  65
                                        Microsoft	Word                                                     60         Broadband	Wireless                                              65
                                        Microsoft	Word	–	Advanced                                          61         Cellular	Networks                                               65
                                        Microsoft	Excel                                                    61         RF	Technology                                                   65
                                        Microsoft	Excel	–	Advanced	                                        61         Wireless	Communications                                         65




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                                                                                                                                                                                               Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                                                                                                                                                                               BusIness
                                                                                                      Computer Forensics Certificate – 7464
 Free soFtWare DoWnLoaD                                                                               This	program	prepares	you	for	a	career	in	the	fields	of	data	recovery	and	forensics.	
 Please note: Microsoft Office Suite and FrontPage software are not included in this offer.           You	will	be	introduced	to	the	tools	and	procedures	used	in	the	field	of	Computer	
 Students	registered	in	eligible	computer	courses	in	the	School	of	Continuing	                        Forensics	as	well	as	the	legal	concepts	of	data	collection	and	evidence	handling.	
 Education	may	be	eligible	to	download	the	professional	version	of	many	                              Prerequisites: CCTC-103	A+	IT	Essentials:	PC	Hardware	and	Software	and	CCTC-501	CCNA	1	
                                                                                                      Network	Fundamentals	or	permission	of	the	department.
 Microsoft	software	titles	free	of	charge.	For	details	and	a	complete	listing	of	
 what	is	available,	please	visit	our	electronic	storefront	at	http://msdn08.e-                        ComPLetIon reQuIrements
 academy.com/centennial_sce.	                                                                         CETE-895	         Fundamentals	of	Information	Security	                          p.	57
                                                                                                      CETE-896	         Data	Forensics	1	–	Introduction	                               p.	57
                                                                                                      CETE-897	         Data	Forensics	2	–	Advanced	                                   p.	57
                                                                                                      CETE-898	         Computer	Hacking	and	Incident	Analysis	                        p.	57
Cisco Certified networking associate Certificate – 7390                                               CETE-899	         Intrusion	Detection	and	Auditing		                             p.	58

This	hands-on	certificate	program	will	provide	the	learner	with	
knowledge	of	Cisco	networking	technology	at	the	associate	level.	It	                                  Computer Hardware and network support
will	help	prepare	the	learner	to	obtain	the	Cisco	Certified	Network	                                  Certificate – 7019
Associate	(CCNA™)	certification	and	provide	the	groundwork	for		                                      This	certificate	program	will	prepare	you	for	an	entry-level	position	in	the	fast-
more	advanced	studies	in	networking.	                                                                 paced	area	of	computer	networking.	It	provides	the	expertise	and	hands-on	
	    For	more	information	about	this	program,	e-mail	the	program	supervisor	at	                       experience	necessary	to	obtain	many	well-recognized	industry	certifications,	such	
areid@centennialcollege.ca.	                                                                          as	CCNA,	A+	and	Network+.	It	also	builds	a	firm	foundation	for	more	advanced	
ComPLetIon reQuIrements                                                                               studies	in	this	area.
CCTC-501	            CCNA	1	Network	Fundamentals	                                      p.	56,	172     	    For	more	information	about	this	program,	e-mail	the	program	supervisor	at	
CCTC-502	            CCNA	2	Routing	Protocols	and	Concepts	                            p.	56,	172
                                                                                                      areid@centennialcollege.ca.
CCTC-503	            CCNA	3	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	                                p.	56,	172
CCTC-504	            CCNA	4	Accessing	the	WAN		                                        p.	56,	172     ComPLetIon reQuIrements
Notes:                                                                                                Mandatory courses:
1. This certificate program does not include the cost of the CCNA™ certification exam.                CCTC-103	         A+	IT	Essentials:	PC	Hardware	and	Software	                    p.	56
                                                                                                      CCTC-501	         CCNA	1	Network	Fundamentals	                              p.	56,	172
2. A discount is offered for the CCENT and the CCNA exams for those individuals who achieve
                                                                                                      CCTC-502	         CCNA	2	Routing	Protocols	and	Concepts	                    p.	56,	172
   sufficient scores in the final CCNA level course (CCTC-504).
                                                                                                      Plus choose TWO elective courses from the following:
For further information on print-based and online learning, see the distance learning section of      CCTC-404	         Linux	System	Overview	                                         p.	59
this calendar or visit centennialcollege.ca/dl or e-mail distancelearning@centennialcollege.ca.       CCTC-411	         Linux	Security	                                                p.	59
                                                                                                      CCTC-413	         Linux	System	Administration		                                  p.	59
Cisco Certified networking Professional Certificate – 7389                                            CCTC-414	         Linux	Networking	Essentials	                                   p.	59
                                                                                                      CCTC-416	         Linux	in	the	Enterprise	Environment	                           p.	59
The	Cisco	Certified	Network	Professional	(CCNP™)	designation	is	                                      CCTC-417	         Linux	Optimization	Techniques	                                 p.	59
one	of	the	most	respected	industry	certifications	available	for	the	                                  CCTC-503	         CCNA	3	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	                        p.	56,	172
networking	professional.	This	certificate	program	helps	prepare	the	                                  CCTC-504	         CCNA	4	Accessing	the	WAN		                                p.	56,	172
learner	to	obtain	this	certification	by	providing	an	intensive	program		
of	study	combining	theoretical	concepts	with	extensive	hands-on	exercises.	Please	                    Computer Programming Certificate – 7015
note	that	each	course	prepares	the	learner	for	one	of	the	three	exams	required	to	                    This	program	is	designed	to	help	you	understand	basic	computer	concepts	and	
obtain	the	CCNP	designation.                                                                          use	contemporary	software	packages	and	to	acquire	strong	programming	skills	in	
	    For	more	information	about	this	program,	e-mail	the	program	supervisor	at	                       various	languages.		
areid@centennialcollege.ca.
                                                                                                      ComPLetIon reQuIrements
ComPLetIon reQuIrements                                                                               FOur mandatory courses:
CCTC-505	            CCNP	1	Implementing	IP	Routing	                                          p.	57   COMP-100	         Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming	Concepts)	             p.	58
CCTC-507	            CCNP	2	Implementing	IP	Switching	                                        p.	57   COMP-126		        Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                         p.	58
CCTC-509	            CCNP	3	Maintaining	and	Troubleshooting	IP	Networks		                     p.	57   COMP-225	         Software	Engineering	Methodologies	1	                          p.	58
Note: This certificate program does not include the cost of the CCNP™ certification exam.             COMP-246	         Object	Oriented	Software	Engineering	                          p.	58
                                                                                                      Plus choose THrEE elective courses from either the MS.Net (CEDN) or
                                                                                                      Java (COMP) platform:
                                                                                                      CEDN-001	         Introduction	to	.NET	Programming	with	VB.NET	                  p.	60
    Scheduled Holiday Closures                                                                        CEDN-002	
                                                                                                      CEDN-003	
                                                                                                                        Developing	Windows	Applications	with	VB.NET	or	C#	
                                                                                                                        Developing	Web	Applications	with	Visual	Studio.net	
                                                                                                                                                                                       p.	60
                                                                                                                                                                                       p.	60
    2011/2012                                                                                         CEDN-004	         .NET	Programming	with	C#	                                      p.	60
                                                                                                      CEDN-005		        Developing	XML	Web	Services	with	Visual	Studio.net	            p.	60
    2011	      Mon.,	Aug	1	             College	Closed		           Civic	Holiday                      CEDN-006	         Database	Design	and	Modeling	with		
    	          Mon.,	Sept	5	            College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday                    	               	 Microsoft	SQL	SERVER	2008	                                   p.	60
    	          Mon.,	Oct	10	            College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday                  COMP-423	         Introduction	to	Java	Programming	Using		
    2012	      Mon.,	Feb	20	            College	Closed	            Family	Day                           	               	 IBM’s	Rational	Application	Developer	                        p.	59
    	          Fri.,	April	6	           College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday                  COMP-424	         Developing	Java	Applications	with	IBM’s		
                                                                                                        	               	 Rational	Application	Developer	                              p.	59
    	          Mon.,	May	21	            College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday
                                                                                                      COMP-425	         Java	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		
    	          Mon.,	Jul	2	             College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday                    	               	 Rational	Application	Developer	                              p.	59
    	          Mon.,	Aug	6	             College	Closed	            Statutory	Holiday                  COMP-426	         Advanced	Java	EE	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		
                                                                                                        	               	 Rational	Application	Developer	                              p.	59




                                           regIster early to avoId dIsappoIntment. regIster onlIne at CentennIalCollege.Ca                                                                         51
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                       Computers in Business management Certificate – 7047                                    Linux system specialist Certificate – 7388
                                       This	program	provides	training	mainly	in	business	software	applications.	It	           Due	to	its	stability,	flexibility	and	low	TCO,	the	Linux	Operating	System	has	
                                       combines	accounting	and	other	microcomputer	applications	to	prepare	you	to	            gained	enormous	momentum	in	both	the	home	and	enterprise	markets.	This	
                                       perform	effectively	in	a	business	office.	                                             comprehensive	certificate	will	explore	the	various	aspects	of	the	Linux	OS	and	
                                       ComPLetIon reQuIrements                                                                provide	the	knowledge	and	skills	necessary	to	design,	implement	and	manage	
                                       FOur mandatory courses:                                                                a	Linux	solution	for	both	the	home	and	business	environment.	This	certificate	
                                       ACCT-112	         Financial	Accounting	1	                                p.	17,	156    program	also	provides	the	requisite	knowledge	for	many	industry-recognized	
                                       COMP-106	         Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                      p.	58    certifications.
                                       COMP-126	         Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                      p.	58
                                                                                                                              ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                       GNED-119		        Introduction	to	Canadian	and	International	Business
                                                                                                                              CCTC-404	         Linux	System	Overview	                                      p.	59
                                       Plus choose three elective courses from the following:
                                                                                                                              CCTC-411	         Linux	Security	                                             p.	59
                                       ACCT-150	         Small	Business	Software	                                    p.	20    CCTC-413	         Linux	System	Administration	                                p.	59
                                       ACCT-228	         Accounting	Microcomputer	Applications	1	                    p.	16    CCTC-414	         Linux	Networking	Essentials	                                p.	59
                                       BUSN-333	         Business	Communications	                               p.	22,	158    CCTC-416	         Linux	in	the	Enterprise	Environment	                        p.	59
                                       COMP-100	         Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming	Concepts)	          p.	58    CCTC-417	         Linux	Optimization	Techniques		                             p.	59
                                       COMP-470	         Microsoft	Applications	with	VBA	                            p.	58


                                       IBm Java Certificate – 7387                                                            microsoft .net Certificate – 7030
                                                                                                                              Potential	.NET	developers	will	be	interested	in	courses	that	provide	the	necessary	
                                       Java	is	a	powerful	object-oriented	language	with	cross-platform	capabilities	
                                                                                                                              skills	to	take	advantage	of	interesting	new	opportunities	that	exist	in	the	
                                       that	has	become	the	programming	language	of	choice	for	developing	various	
                                                                                                                              Microsoft	development	environment.	This	certification	will	provide	a	significant	
                                       types	of	business	applications.	Java	is	used	widely	for	creating	web	applications	
                                                                                                                              competitive	advantage	in	a	job	market	where	this	credential	is	widely	recognized	
                                       and	many	e-business	applications.	IBM	Rational	Application	Developer	is	a	very	
                                                                                                                              and	respected.	You	will	also	receive	course	preparation	for	Microsoft	Certification	
                                       popular	integrated	development	environment	for	designing,	coding,	testing	and	
                                                                                                                              exams	that	offer	several	levels	of	certification	in	the	.NET	development	framework	
                                       deploying	both	Standard	and	Enterprise	Java	applications.	By	combining	Java	with	
                                                                                                                              including:
                                       Web	Sphere,	this	certificate	provides	a	unique	opportunity	to	expand	your	skill	
                                                                                                                                    •	 Windows	Applications	(CEDN	001,	002,	004)	Exam	Code	98-361
                                       set	with	two	excellent	tools	used	in	developing	and	deploying	enterprise-level	
                                                                                                                                    •	 Web	Applications	(CEDN	001,	003,	004)	Exam	Code	98-362
                                       applications.	The	program	also	provides	preparation	for	IBM	Java	Certification	
                                                                                                                                    •	 SQL	Server	(COMP	122,	CEDN	006)	Exam	Code	98-363
                                       Exams.	
                                                                                                                              ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                       ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                                                              CEDN-001	       Introduction	to	.NET	Programming	with	VB.NET	                 p.	60	
                                       COMP-423	         Introduction	to	Java	Programming	using		                             	 OR	COMP-100		 Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming		
                                         	               	 IBM’s	Rational	Application	Developer	                     p.	59      	             Concepts)	                                                    p.	58
                                       COMP-424	         Developing	Java	Applications	with	IBM’s		                            CEDN-002	       Developing	Windows	Applications	with	VB.NET	or	C#	            p.	60
                                         	               	 Rational	Application	Developer	                           p.	59    CEDN-003	       Developing	Web	Applications	with	Visual	Studio.net		          p.	60
                                       COMP-425	         Java	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		                             CEDN-004	       .NET	Programming	with	C#	                                     p.	60
                                         	               	 Rational	Application	Developer		                          p.	59    CEDN-005	       Developing	XML	Web	Services	with	Visual	Studio.net		          p.	60
                                       COMP-426	         Advanced	Java	EE	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s		                 CEDN-006	       Database	Design	and	Modeling	with		
                                         	               	 Rational	Application	Developer	                           p.	59      	             	 Microsoft	SQL	Server	2008		                                 p.	60

                                       It Client services Certificate – 7020
                                       Helpdesk	staff	are	the	front	line	to	client	support.	They	make	the	first	and	most	
                                       impressionable	contact	with	clients.	This	should	be	an	excellent	service	experience	
                                                                                                                                  myCentennial
                                       for	clients	and	as	many	concerns	as	possible	should	be	resolved	in	this	first	             for your timetable, grades, unofficial transcripts,
                                       contact.	
                                                                                                                                  tax receipts and other services, check online at
                                       ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                       FOur mandatory courses:                                                                    myCentennial: http://my.centennialcollege.ca.
                                       CCTC-103	         A+	IT	Essentials:	PC	Hardware	and	Software	                 p.	56        experiencing technical problems? Contact
                                       COMP-106	         Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	                      p.	58
                                       COMP-126		        Microcomputer	Applications	Software	2	                      p.	58        helpdesk@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5280.
                                       OAGN-125	         Office	Communications	and	Procedures	                       p.	32
                                       Plus choose THrEE elective courses from the following:
                                       CCTC-404		        Linux	System	Overview	                                      p.	59
                                       CEDN-001	         Introduction	to	.Net	Programming	with	VB.NET	               p.	60
                                       CG-093	           Web	Fundamentals	                                          p.	117
                                       COMP-100	         Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming	Concepts)	          p.	58
                                       COMP-470	         Microsoft	Applications	with	VBA		                           p.	58




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                                                                                                                                                                                                         Computers and InformatIon teChnology
microsoft office application support Certificate – 7046                                               network security administrator Certificate – 7263
This	certificate	is	designed	to	help	you	meet	the	needs	in	the	area	of	business.	                     Computer	Security	is	an	increasingly	significant	concern	to	businesses	and	
Learn	the	diversity	available	within	the	Microsoft	Office	Professional	suite	of	                      individuals.	The	risks	associated	with	this	technology	have	escalated	with	a	
programs	for	home	and	business	applications.	All	of	the	Microsoft	courses	listed	                     widespread	use	of	the	Internet,	networking	and	computers.	These	short	security	
below	have	been	designed	according	to	the	structure	and	learning	outcomes	set	                        courses	are	intended	to	provide	you	with	the	knowledge	and	hands-on	experience	
out	by	Microsoft.	                                                                                    to	help	mitigate	these	concerns	and	how	to	cope	with	any	issues	that	may	arise.	
ComPLetIon reQuIrements                                                                               They	explore	the	general	principles	of	network	security	plus	specifics	such	as	
Mandatory courses:                                                                                    firewalls	and	operating	system	security.	These	12-hour	short	courses	are	intended	
CEIL-988	            Microsoft	Office	Integration	(Distance	Learning	only)	               p.	164      for	those	in	the	IT	profession	who	require	specific	security	and	network	operating	
CEMS-981	            Microsoft	Word	                                                  p.	60,	165      skills	and	training.	
CEMS-982	            Microsoft	Word	–	Advanced	                                       p.	61,	165
CEMS-983	            Microsoft	Excel	                                                 p.	61,	165      ComPLetIon reQuIrements
CEMS-984	            Microsoft	Excel	–	Advanced	                                      p.	61,	165      CETE-208	           Introductory	Network	Security	                                         p.	62
CEMS-985	            Microsoft	Access	                                                p.	61,	165      CETE-929	           Forensics	                                                             p.	62
CEMS-986	            Microsoft	PowerPoint	–	Comprehensive	                            p.	61,	165      CETE-931	           Threats	and	Attacks	                                                   p.	62
CEMS-987	            Microsoft	Access	–	Advanced		                                    p.	61,	165      CETE-934	           Authentication	                                                        p.	62
                                                                                                      CETE-936	           Monitoring	and	Intrusion	Detection	                                    p.	62
Note: For further information on print-based and online learning, see the Distance Learning           CETE-938	           Content	Filtering	                                                     p.	62
section of this calendar or visit centennialcollege.ca/dl or e-mail distancelearning@                 CETE-978	           TCP/IP	and	other	Internet	Protocols		                                  p.	62
centennialcollege.ca.

                                                                                                      network specialist Post-graduate Certificate – 2836
microsoft sharePoint specialist Certificate – 7393
                                                                                                      This	post-graduate	program	builds	upon	an	individuals,	solid	technical	foundation	
Microsoft	SharePoint	technologies	provide	an	industry-standard,	web-based	
                                                                                                      and	provides	many	of	the	advanced	networking	skills	that	are	in	high	demand	
framework	focused	on	team	collaboration	and	real-time	document	management.	
                                                                                                      in	industry.	Computer	networks	have	become	the	backbone	of	virtually	
In	this	program,	you	will	acquire	the	fundamental	knowledge	and	critical	skills	
                                                                                                      every	organization	today,	linking	personal	computers	so	that	they	may	share	
needed	to	create,	manage	and	customize	SharePoint	across	your	enterprise.	With	
                                                                                                      information	and	work	together	seamlessly.	There	is	a	strong	demand	in	every	
these	vital	skills,	you	can	help	your	organization	outpace	the	competition	by	being	
                                                                                                      sector	of	the	economy	for	network	professionals	who	have	the	expertise	to	
able	to	quickly	plan,	design,	deploy	and	utilize	an	effective	SharePoint	solution.	
                                                                                                      maintain	and	expand	these	vital	telecommunications	networks.	Potential	job	titles	
SharePoint	provides	organizations	with	mission-critical	enterprise	content	
                                                                                                      in	this	area	include:	junior	network	analysts,	network	technicians/technologists	
management	capabilities	by	empowering	collaboration	and	knowledge	sharing.	
                                                                                                      and	installers,	as	well	as	positions	in	technical	sales	and	support,	to	name	a	few.	
You	will	learn	the	highly	coveted	skills	needed	to	install,	administer,	secure	and	
                                                                                                      Upon	completion	of	this	program,	you	will	be	prepared	to	design,	install	and	
optimize	a	SharePoint	Server.	You	will	discover	how	to	effectively	monitor	system	
                                                                                                      maintain	everything	from	local	area	networks	(LANs)	to	company	‘intranets’,	
performance	using	the	Health	Analyzer,	and	how	to	configure	valuable	sandbox	
                                                                                                      which	link	to	the	internet0.0201	in.	This	program	provides	much	of	the	knowledge	
solutions	with	the	Developer	Dashboard.	Managers,	administrators,	developers	–	
                                                                                                      necessary	to	complete	many	industry	recognized	certifications	including:	Cisco’s	
basically	anyone	responsible	for	administering	and/or	developing	a	SharePoint/
                                                                                                      CCNA	and	CompTIA’s	A+	(exams	are	not	included	in	program	–	separate	
web	environment	would	find	this	program	to	be	of	great	interest.
                                                                                                      registration	and	fee	apply).
ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                                      aDmIssIon reQuIrements
SHAR-001	            Introduction	to	SharePoint	                                              p.	61
                                                                                                      1.	 A	three-	or	four-year	diploma	or	degree	(preference	will	be	given	to	technology-
SHAR-002	            Installing	and	Configuring	SharePoint	                                   p.	61
                                                                                                          related	diplomas	and/or	degrees),	or	relevant	business	experience.
SHAR-003	            SharePoint	Administration	1	                                             p.	61
                                                                                                      2.		Satisfactory	results	in	a	communications	skills	assessment	(English	placement	test).
SHAR-004	            SharePoint	Administration	2	                                             p.	61
                                                                                                      3.		Demonstrated	computer	proficiency.
SHAR-005	            SharePoint	Project		                                                     p.	61
                                                                                                      4.		A	personal	interview
                                                                                                      ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                                      NETW-401	           Network	Fundamentals	                                                  p.	62
                                                                                                      NETW-402	           Introduction	to	LANs	                                                  p.	62
                                                                                                      NETW-403	           Interconnecting	LANs	                                                  p.	62
                                                                                                      NETW-404	           Field	Placement	                                                       p.	62
                                                                                                      NETW-405	           Wide	Area	Networking	                                                  p.	63
                                                                                                      NETW-406	           Network	Design		                                                       p.	63
                                                                                                      Note: Courses are taught during the day, Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30 for an entire semester.
                                                                                                      A field placement is part of the program.




                                                                                                           prerequisites please!
                                                                                                           It is your responsibility to ensure program
                                                                                                           requirements and course prerequisites are met.
                                                                                                           If you lack appropriate prerequisites (or credit) for a
                                                                                                           course, you may be asked to withdraw or transfer
                                                                                                           to a more appropriate course, with the risk of
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                                       oracle Database associate Certificate – 7354                                                 	software Quality assurance and testing (sQat)
                                       The	first	step	towards	earning	the	highly	respected	Oracle	Certified	Professional	           Certificate – 7170
                                       (OCP)	status	is	to	earn	the	Oracle	Certified	Associate	(OCA)	credential.	Oracle	             As	software	becomes	more	complex,	it	is	necessary	to	establish	processes	and	
                                       has	launched	an	apprentice	skill	level	for	the	beginning	IT	professional,	OCA,	              clear	methodologies.	Doing	so	will	ensure	that	the	end	product	has	been	exposed	
                                       which	provides	foundational	knowledge	with	Oracle	technologies	and	credentials	              to	intensive	and	rigorous	industry-wide	testing	techniques	and	procedures.	This	
                                       for	entry-level	employment	opportunities.	OCAs	are	qualified	to	be	junior	IT	                will	translate	into	a	high	degree	of	assurance	that	a	software	system	passes	the	
                                       team	members	working	with	database	administrators	or	application	developers.	                test	for	correctness	and	reliability.	Beginners	and	those	who	already	have	an	IT	
                                       The	candidate	will	gain	skill	and	ability	through	the	combined	efforts	of	Oracle	            diploma/degree	or	industry	IT	professionals	seeking	formal	qualifications	would	
                                       hands-on	training	and	on-the-job	experience,	leading	first	to	the	OCA	and	then	              be	interested	in	this	certificate.
                                       the	OCP.	With	each	new	credential	earned,	the	candidate	can	expect	increased	                ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                       job	opportunities,	higher	pay	and	career	growth.	With	11g,	Oracle	has	launched	              SQAT-001	           Introduction	to	Testing	Principles	and	Methodologies	         p.	63
                                       an	apprentice	skill	level	program	called	WDP	(Workforce	Development	Program)	                SQAT-002	           Writing	Testable	Requirements	                                p.	63
                                       for	the	beginning	IT	professional.	It	provides	foundational	knowledge	with	Oracle	           SQAT-003	           Selecting	and	Implementing	Software	Testing	Tools	            p.	63
                                       technologies	and	credentials	for	entry-level	employment	opportunities.	                      SQAT-004	           Managing	the	Testing	Process	                                 p.	63
                                                                                                                                    SQAT-005	           Software	Quality	Assurance	                                   p.	64
                                       	    There	are	two	modules	and	levels	of	designation	that	come	with	the	training.
                                                                                                                                    SQAT-006	           Software	Testing	Automation	Tools	and	Best	Practices		        p.	64
                                       1.		OCA	(Oracle	Certified	Associate)	–	provides	junior	IT	team	members	with	the	skill	set	
                                           to	work	with	database	administrators	or	application	developers.                          Courses should be taken in order shown
                                       2.		OCP	(Oracle	Certified	Professional)	–	additional	training	for	more	senior-level	
                                           positions	and	managing	enterprise-type	databases.
                                                                                                                                    systems analysis Certificate – 7044 NEW
                                       	     Centennial	College	programs	such	as	the	Oracle	Database	Associate	
                                       Certificate	and	Oracle	Database	Administrator	Professional	Certificate	use	the	              Leaders	in	the	systems	development	field	owe	their	successes	to	the	
                                       curriculum	specified	by	Oracle	University.	Candidates	therefore	not	only	receive	a	          implementation	of	well-defined	processes,	the	disciplined	application	of	sound	
                                       program	certificate	from	Centennial	College	but	they	are	also	prepared	to	write	             development	methodologies	and	the	effective	use	of	proper	tools.	To	meet	
                                       the	OCA	and	OCP	designation	exams	offered	by	Oracle	University.	Please	refer	                strategic	business	needs,	IT	departments	must	rapidly	develop	client/server	
                                       to	Oracle	University	for	specific	completion	requirements	for	the	OCA	and	OCP	               and	web-based	systems	that	satisfy	the	increasing	demands	and	complex	
                                       designation.                                                                                 requirements	of	their	internal	and	external	clients.	The	success	of	these	projects	
                                       	     The	Oracle	Certification	Program	begins	with	the	Associate	level.	Candidates	          depends	on	careful	analysis	and	design,	project	management,	process	integration,	
                                       will	learn	to	install	and	maintain	an	Oracle	database,	create	an	operational	                configuration	and	quality	assurance	methodologies.
                                       database	and	properly	manage	the	various	structures	in	an	effective	and	efficient	           ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                       manner,	including	performance	monitoring,	database	security,	user	management	                Mandatory courses:
                                       and	backup/recovery	techniques.	Students	will	also	learn	skills	required	for	                CEMG-919	           Managing	Information	Technology	Projects		                    p.	25
                                       working	with	SQL,	including	how	to	use	the	advanced	features	of	SQL	in	order	                COMP-225	           Software	Engineering	Methodologies	1		                        p.	52
                                                                                                                                    COMP-246	           Object	Oriented	Software	Engineering		                        p.	58
                                       to	query	and	manipulate	data	within	the	database.	This	Centennial	certificate	
                                                                                                                                    Plus choose any TWO courses from either the Java or Microsoft.net streams.
                                       prepares	candidates	for	entry	level	positions	in	Database	Administration	and	to	
                                       write	the	OCA	certification	exam	(Exam	Number:	1Z0-052).	
                                       ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                                                                    unix/Linux systems administration Certificate – 7325
                                       COMP-122	          Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	                              p.	58     Unix	is	a	comprehensive	operating	system	with	an	amazing	number	of	features	
                                       COMP-450	          Introduction	to	Oracle	11G	SQL	                                 p.	63     and	capabilities	that	support	multi-user,	multi-tasking	and	interactive	computing	
                                       COMP-451	          Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	1	              p.	63
                                                                                                                                    environments	for	individuals	and	organizations.	As	the	leader	in	open	systems	
                                                                                                                                    architectures,	Unix	is	capable	of	running	on	anything	from	PDAs	and	game	
                                       oracle Database administrator Professional                                                   consoles	to	mainframe	systems.	Our	Unix	short	courses	are	designed	for	those	
                                       Certificate – 7355                                                                           with	computing	experience	who	want	to	learn	about	the	Unix	operating	system,	
                                                                                                                                    as	well	as	those	individuals	who	desire	to	gain	knowledge	of	Linux	for	home	or	
                                       OCA	certification	is	a	prerequisite	to	becoming	an	Oracle	Certified	Professional	
                                                                                                                                    business	use.	
                                       (OCP).	OCP	addresses	the	critical	database	functions	such	as	manageability,	
                                       performance,	reliability,	security	and	availability	using	the	latest	Oracle	Technology.	     ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                                                                    CEMC-971	           Introduction	to	Unix/Linux	                                   p.	64
                                       This	Centennial	certificate	prepares	candidates	for	senior	level	positions	in	the	           CEUN-902	           Unix/Linux	Operations	for	Users	                              p.	64
                                       industry	and	the	OCP	certification	exam	(Exam	Number:	1Z0-053).		                            CEUN-911	           Unix	Systems	Administration	                                  p.	64
                                       ComPLetIon reQuIrements                                                                      CEUN-912	           Unix/Linux	Security	                                          p.	64
                                       Mandatory courses:                                                                           CEUN-913	           Unix/Linux	Installation	                                      p.	64
                                       COMP-122	          Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	                              p.	58     CEUN-932	           Unix	Shell	Scripts	                                           p.	64
                                       COMP-450	          Introduction	to	Oracle	11G	SQL	                                 p.	63     CEUN-951	           Working	with	Linux	Graphical	User	Interfaces		                p.	64
                                       COMP-451	          Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	1	              p.	63
                                       COMP-452	          Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	2		             p.	63
                                                                                                                                    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Certificate – 7681
                                                                                                                                    This	program	is	designed	for	anyone	wishing	to	gain	the	knowledge	and	skills	
                                                                                                                                    necessary	to	design,	install	and	maintain	VoIP	systems.	Courses	are	structured	
                                           ask your employer!                                                                       to	provide	entry	points	for	novices	as	well	as	those	with	experience	in	IP	and/
                                                                                                                                    or	voice	networks.	This	program	will	examine	both	commercial	as	well	as	open-	
                                           did you know that almost one third of our Ce                                             source	solutions	suitable	for	individuals	as	well	as	businesses	of	all	sizes.
                                           students’ employers pay some or all of their course                                      ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                           costs? and 12% provide time off to take courses?                                         CCTC-501	           CCNA	1	Network	Fundamentals	                             p.	56,	172
                                                                                                                                    CCTC-503	           CCNA	3	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	                       p.	56,	172
                                           ask your employer about support for your                                                 CCTC-550	           Voice	Over	IP	–	An	Introduction	                              p.	64
                                                                                                                                    CCTC-551	           Advanced	VoIP	                                                p.	64
                                           professional development!                                                                CCTC-552	           Designing	and	Implementing	a	VoIP	Solution	                   p.	65
                                                                                                                                    CCTC-553	           Building	a	VoIP	Network	Using		
                                                                                                                                      	                 	 Open	Source	Software	and	Tools	                             p.	64
                                                                                                                                    CCTC-906	           Capstone	Project	                                             p.	65
                                                                                                                                    CETE-917	           Advanced	Voice	Communication	                                 p.	65




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Web applications Development Programming
Certificate – 7163
                                                                                      Cisco systems
This	certificate	model	will	provide	you	with	common	and	current	programming	
approaches	to	web	development,	including	the	use	of	databases	and	application	        Centennial	is	proud	to	be	the	leading	Canadian	recognized 	
server	programming.	Students	using	current	web	technologies	will	have	skills	to	      Cisco	Authorized	Training	Centre	(CATC),	which	uniquely	
develop	web	services,	B2C	and	B2B	web	applications	and	other	dynamic	Net-             positions	Centennial to	offer	official	Cisco	Certified	Training	
based	programs.                                                                       Courses utilizing	Cisco	Certified Curriculum. Centennial	is	a	part	of	the	Cisco	
                                                                                      Networking	Academy	program	and,	as	such, the	Cisco Networking	Academy	
ComPLetIon reQuIrements
FOur mandatory courses:
                                                                                      program	teaches individuals	how	to	design,	build	and	maintain	computer	
CEOA-253	        ERPs	and	Business	Solutions	                              p.	164     networks. This	program	combines	instructor-led	and	online	learning,	with	
CG-093	          Web	Fundamentals	                                         p.	117     hands-on	lab	exercises	where one	can	apply	what they	have	learned.	The	
COMP-100	        Programming	1	(Introductory	Programming	Concepts)	         p.	58     Academy	curriculum	covers	a	broad	range	of	topics,	from	basic	networking	skills,	
COMP-122	        Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	                         p.	58     such	as	pulling	cable,	to	more	complex	concepts,	such	as	applying	advanced	
Plus choose THrEE elective courses from the following:                                troubleshooting	tools,	wireless	technology	and	security. 	The	Cisco	Certified	
CEDN-003	        Developing	Web	Applications	with	Visual	Studio.net	        p.	60     Network	Associate	(CCNA)	courses	1-4	of	the	Academy	program	provides	a	basic	
CEDN-005	        Developing	XML	Web	Services	with	Visual	Studio.net	        p.	60
                                                                                      foundation	in	networking	and	provides	the	knowledge	necessary	to	obtain	the	
CEOA-400	        UML	Modeling	with	CASE	Tool	                              p.	162
COMP-424	        Developing	Java	Applications	with	IBM’s		                            Cisco	Certified	Network	Associate	(CCNA)	certification.	
  	              	 Rational	Application	Developer	                           p.	59    	    The	CCNA	Security	curriculum	provides	the	knowledge	and	skills	necessary	to	
COMP-425	        Java	Enterprise	Progamming	with	IBM’s		                              obtain	the	Cisco	CCNA	Security	designation.	The	CCNP	curriculum	teaches	more	
  	              	 Rational	Application	Developer		                          p.	59    advanced	topics	in	routing,	switching	and	troubleshooting,	laying	the	foundation	
                                                                                      for	the	Cisco	CCNP	advanced	certification.
Wireless technologies Certificate – 7680                                              (NOTE: Certification is obtained by writing exams directly with Cisco Systems and includes an
                                                                                      additional fee payable directly to Cisco). 
Wireless	is	one	of	the	fastest	growing	of	all	the	current	network	technologies.	It	
                                                                                      	    For	more	information	on	Cisco	Systems,	visit	their	website	at:	www.cisco.com	
not	only	provides	an	extension	to	the	wired	world	but	is	often	the	only	technology	
                                                                                      or	to	visit	the	Networking	Academy	home	page,	go	to:	http://www.cisco.com/web/
that	can	provide	access	to	remote	areas	or	under	emergency	conditions.	Recent	
                                                                                      learning/netacad/index.html.
technological	developments	have	greatly	extended	the	range	and	throughput	of	
wireless	transmissions,	allowing	it	to	be	considered	as	an	alternative	to	wired	
implementations.	This	program	will	provide	an	overview	of	the	current	state	of	
wireless	technologies	as	well	as	the	skills	and	knowledge	necessary	to	design,	       oracle
install	and	maintain	wireless	network.
                                                                                      Oracle	Corporation	is	the	world’s	largest	database	company	with	more	than	
ComPLetIon reQuIrements
                                                                                      105,000	employees	worldwide.	Oracle	provides	the	world’s	most	complete,	open,	
CCTC-501	        CCNA	1	Network	Fundamentals	                           p.	56,	172
CCTC-503	        CCNA	3	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	                     p.	56,	172    and	integrated	business	software	and	hardware	systems,	with	more	than	370,000	
CCTC-565	        Wireless	LANs	                                              p.	65    customers	–	including	100	of	the	Fortune	100	–	representing	a	variety	of	sizes		
CCTC-566	        Broadband	Wireless	                                         p.	65    and	industries	in	more	than	145	countries	around	the	globe.	
CCTC-567	        Cellular	Networks	                                          p.	65    	    Workforce	Development	Program	(WPD)	allows	educational	institutions	
CCTC-568	        RF	Technology	                                              p.	65    to	deliver	Oracle	training	as	part	of	certificate	programs	offered	via	Continuing	
CCTC-906	        Capstone	Project	                                           p.	65
                                                                                      Education.	With	this,	WDP	allows	for	easy	and	low-cost	access	to	Oracle	training	
CETE-941	        Wireless	Communications		                                   p.	65
                                                                                      in	local	communities	across	the	country.	WDP’s	hands-on	training	model	delivered	
                                                                                      through	partner	schools	increases	the	employability	prospects	of	the	students,	
                                                                                      making	them	highly	marketable	in	their	local	workforce.		
    new!
    new courses may have been added and other                                         Citrix NEW
    changes made since this Calendar went to print.                                   Citrix	Systems	is	a	leading	provider	of	virtual	computing	    IT Academy
    please check our website at centennialcollege.ca/ce                               solutions	that	help	companies	deliver	IT	as	an	on-demand	
    for the most current information.                                                 service.	More	than	230,000	organizations	worldwide	rely	on	Citrix	to	help	them	
                                                                                      build	simpler	and	more	cost-effective	IT	environments	enabling	virtual	workstyles	
                                                                                      for	users	and	virtual	datacentres	for	IT.
                                                                                      watch for new courses coming in 2011/2012 – In	partnership	with	Citrix,	
                                                                                      these	courses	are	a	part	of	the	official	Citrix	curriculum.	For	detailed	information	
                                                                                      on	courses,	prerequisites,	dates/times,	location	and	costs,	please	visit	our	website	
                                                                                      at:	centennialcollege.ca/ce	
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                                                                                      •	 Citrix	XenDesktop	5	Administration
                                                                                      •	 Citrix	XenServer	5.6	Administration




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                                       A+ Certification                                                                           CCna 3 Lan switching and Wireless                                          CCtC-503
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                                                                                                                  This	course	provides	a	comprehensive,	theoretical	and	practical	approach	to	
                                       a+ Boot Camp                                                                 CCtC-901      learning	the	technologies	and	protocols	needed	to	design	and	implement	a	
                                       This	intensive,	five-day	boot	camp	covers	a	broad	range	of	hardware	and	software	          converged	switched	network.	You	will	learn	about	the	hierarchical	network	
                                       technologies,	without	focus	on	any	particular	vendor’s	products.	You	will	acquire	the	     design	model	and	how	to	select	devices	for	each	layer.	The	course	explains	how	
                                       skills	needed	to	take	the	exams	necessary	to	obtain	the	CompTIA	A+	certification.          to	configure	a	switch	for	basic	functionality	and	how	to	implement	Virtual	LAN’s,	
                                       Hours:	37.5	                           Fee:	IC:	$518.00	               	                   VTP	and	Inter-VLAN	routing	in	a	converged	network.	
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe                LOC    Prerequisites:	Network	Fundamentals	CCTC-501
                                       Spring	 841	       July	9	–	July	13	                   M-F	     8:30	am-5:30	pm	    PRO    Hours:	70	                           Fee:	IC:	$518.00	       OL:	$595.00
                                                                                                                                  TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                       a+ It essentials: PC Hardware and software                                   CCtC-103      Fall	   801	      Sept	7	–	Dec	14	                    W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       The	focus	of	this	course	is	to	prepare	you	to	meet	the	objectives	of	two	A+	               Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                    Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       certification	exams.	The	A+	Essentials	exam	measures	computer	knowledge	for	               Spring	 841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       an	entry-level	IT	professional,	and	the	A+	IT	Technician	exam	tests	for	specific	
                                       skills	for	individuals	in	a	technical	environment	with	on-site	client	interaction.	        CCna 4 accessing the Wan                                                   CCtC-504
                                       With	practical	learning,	this	course	gives	you	a	sound	understanding	of	current	           This	course	discusses	WAN	technologies	and	network	services	required	by	
                                       PC	Hardware	and	Operating	system	repair,	maintenance	and	upgrade	issues,	and	              converged	applications	in	enterprise	networks.	The	course	uses	the	Cisco	Network	
                                       prepares	you	to	write	the	two	A+	exams.                                                    Architecture	to	introduce	integrated	network	services	and	explains	how	to	select	
                                       Hours:	98	                             Fee:	IC:	$936.00	               	                   the	appropriate	devices	and	technologies	to	meet	network	requirements.	You	will	
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe                LOC    learn	how	to	implement	and	configure	common	data	link	protocols	and	how	to	
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                   M/W		 6:30-10	pm	            PRO    apply	WAN	security	concepts,	principles	of	traffic,	access	control	and	addressing	
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                     M/W		 6:30-10	pm	            PRO    services.	Finally,	you	learn	how	to	detect,	troubleshoot	and	correct	common	
                                       Spring	 841	       May	15	–	Aug	16	                    Tu/Th		 6:30-10	pm	          PRO    enterprise	network	implementation	issues.
                                                                                                                                  Prerequisites:	Network	Fundamentals	CCTC-501,	Routing	Protocols	and	Concepts	CCTC-502,	
                                       Cisco                                                                                      and	LAN	Switching	and	Wireless	CCTC-503
                                                                                                                                  Hours:	70	                           Fee:	IC:	$518.00	             	      OL:	$595.00
                                       CCna 1 network Fundamentals                                                  CCtC-501      TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                       This	course	introduces	the	architecture,	structure,	functions,	components	and	             Fall	   801	      Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       models	of	the	Internet	and	other	computer	networks.	It	uses	the	OSI	and	TCP	               Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       layered	models	to	examine	the	nature	and	role	of	protocols	and	services	at	the	            Spring	 841	      May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       application,	network,	data	link	and	physical	layers.	The	principles	and	structure	of	
                                       IP	addressing	and	the	fundamentals	of	Ethernet	concepts,	media	and	operations	             CCna Boot Camp                                                             CCtC-902
                                       are	introduced	to	provide	a	foundation	of	the	curriculum.	Labs	use	a	“model	               The	CCNA	Boot	Camp	is	an	intensive	10-day	instructor-led	program	designed	to	
                                       internet”	to	allow	you	to	analyze	real	data	without	affecting	production	networks.	        help	you	achieve	your	Cisco	CCNA	certification.	It	includes	extensive	hands-on	labs	
                                       Packet	Tracer	(PT)	activities	help	you	analyze	protocol	and	network	operation	and	         where	you	will	learn	how	to	install,	configure,	operate	and	troubleshoot	medium-
                                       build	small	networks	in	a	simulated	environment.	                                          sized	routed	and	switched	networks.	This	boot	camp	will	also	introduce	the	basics	
                                       Hours:	70	                             Fee:	IC:	$518.00	      OL:	$595.00                  of	wireless	networking	as	well	as	techniques	for	the	mitigation	of	security	threats.	
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe                LOC    You	will	have	24-hour-per-day	access	to	online	equipment	during	the	boot	camp	to	
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	6	–	Dec	13	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	            PRO    practise	your	skills.	
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	18	                    W		      7-10	pm	            PRO    Hours:	75	                             Fee:	IC:	$1040.00
                                       Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	15	                     W		      7-10	pm	            PRO    TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                                                                                                                  Spring	 841	      July	16	–	July	27	                  M-F	     8:30	am-5:30	pm	   PRO
                                       CCna 2 routing Protocols and Concepts                                        CCtC-502
                                       This	course	describes	the	architecture,	components	and	operation	of	routers,	              CCna Discovery 1 NEW                                                       CCtC-121
                                       and	explains	the	principles	of	routing	and	routing	protocols.	You	will	analyze,	           This	course	teaches	students	the	skills	needed	to	obtain	entry-level	home	network	
                                       configure,	verify	and	troubleshoot	the	primary	routing	protocols	RIPv1,	RIPv2,	            installer	jobs.	It	also	helps	students	develop	some	of	the	skills	needed	to	become	
                                       EIGRP	and	OSPF.	By	the	end	of	this	course	you	will	be	able	to	recognize	                   network	technicians,	cable	installers	and	help	desk	technicians.	It	provides	a	
                                       and	correct	common	routing	issues	and	problems.	You	will	complete	a	                       hands-on	introduction	to	networking	and	the	internet	using	tools	and	hardware	
                                       basic	procedural	lab,	followed	by	basic	configuration,	implementation	and	                 commonly	found	in	home	and	small	business	environments.	Labs	include	PC	
                                       troubleshooting	labs	in	each	chapter.	Packet	Tracer	activities	reinforce	new	              installation,	internet	connectivity,	wireless	connectivity,	file	and	print	sharing,	and	
                                       concepts	and	allow	you	to	model	and	analyze	routing	processes	that	may	be	                 the	installation	of	game	consoles,	scanners	and	cameras.	
                                       difficult	to	visualize	or	understand.                                                      Hours:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$518.00
                                       Prerequisites:	Network	Fundamentals	CCTC-501                                               TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                       Hours:	70	                           Fee:	IC:	$518.00	                 	     OL:	$595.00   Fall	   801	      Sept	14	–	Dec	21	                   W		      7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe                LOC    Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	19	                    Th		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	8	–	Dec	15	                    Th		     7-10	pm	            PRO    Spring	 841	      May	8	–	Aug	14	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	           PRO
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	17	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     7-10	pm	            PRO




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CCna Discovery 2 NEW                                                               CCtC-122          CCna security                                                              CCtC-517




                                                                                                                                                                                              Computers and InformatIon teChnology
This	course	prepares	students	for	jobs	as	network	technicians	and	helps	                             The	Cisco	Certified	Network	Associate	Security	(CCNA®	Security)	validates	that	
them	develop	additional	skills	required	for	computer	technicians	and	help	                           an	individual	has	the	skills	required	to	develop	a	security	infrastructure	as	well	
desk	technicians.	It	provides	a	basic	overview	of	routing	and	remote	access,	                        as	to	recognize	and	mitigate	threats	to,	and	vulnerabilities	in	networks.	The	
addressingand	security.	It	also	familiarizes	students	with	servers	that	provide	                     CCNA	Security	curriculum	emphasizes	core	security	technologies,	the	installation,	
e-mail	services,	web	space	and	authenticated	access.	Students	learn	about	                           troubleshooting	and	monitoring	of	network	devices	to	maintain	integrity,	
the	soft	skills	required	for	help	desk	and	customer	service	positions.	Network	                      confidentiality	and	availability	of	data	and	devices,	and	competency	in	the	
monitoring	and	basic	troubleshooting	skills	are	taught	in	context.	                                  technologies	that	Cisco	uses	in	its	security	structure.	
Prerequisites:	CCNA	Discovery	CCTC-121                                                               Hours:	45	                             Fee:	IC:	$518.00
Hours:	45	                           Fee:	IC:	$518.00                                                TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe               LOC
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC      Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	23	                     M		    7-10	pm	           PRO
Fall	   801	        Sept	15	–	Dec	19	                      M		       7-10	pm	               PRO
Winter	 821	        Jan	9	–	Apr	23	                        M		       7-10	pm	               PRO      Computer Forensics
Spring	 841	        May	7	–	Aug	27	                        M		       7-10	pm	               PRO
After completing CCNA Discovery 1 and 2, a student has the option to take CCENT™ certification       Fundamentals of Information security                                       Cete-895
exam for entry network technicians. CCENT certifies the practical skills required for entry-level    This	course	introduces	the	fundamental	concepts	in	the	field	of	Information	
ICT positions. In addition, this certification demonstrates a student’s aptitude and competence to   Security.	It	takes	a	vendor-neutral	approach	and	provides	a	solid	foundation	upon	
work in an environment that features Cisco networking devices and software. CCENT certification      which	other	courses	can	build.	This	course	addresses	many	of	the	information	
is an optional first step towards earning the industry-standard Cisco CCNA certification for
networking careers.                                                                                  domains	contained	in	the	Certified	Information	Systems	Security	Professional	
                                                                                                     (CISSP)	certification.
CCnP 1 Implementing IP routing                                                     CCtC-505          Prerequisites:	A+	IT	Essentials:	PC	Hardware	and	Software	CCTC-103	and	CCNA	1	Network	
                                                                                                     Fundamentals	CCTC-501	or	equivalent	experience
This	course	teaches	you	how	to	implement,	monitor	and	maintain	routing	services	
                                                                                                     Hours:	42		                             Fee:	IC:	$	340.00
in	an	enterprise	network.	You	will	learn	how	to	plan,	configure	and	verify	the	
                                                                                                     TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe               LOC
implementation	of	complex	enterprise	LAN	and	WAN	routing	solutions	using	a	                          Fall	    801	      Sept	17	–	Oct	29	                   Sa		   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
range	of	routing	protocols	in	IPv4	and	IPv6	environments.	The	course	also	covers	
the	configuration	of	secure	routing	solutions	to	support	branch	offices	and	mobile	                  Data Forensics 1 – Introduction                                            Cete-896
workers.	Comprehensive	labs	emphasize	hands-on	learning	and	practice	to	                             This	course	provides	information	on	identifying	inappropriate	uses	of	corporate	
reinforce	configuration	skills.                                                                      IT,	gathering	electronic	evidence	of	wrongdoing,	securing	corporate	systems	from	
Prerequisites:	CCTC-501,	CCTC-502,	CCTC-503,	CCTC-504                                                further	misuse,	and	protecting	electronic	evidence	from	intentional	or	accidental	
Hours:	45	                           	 Fee:	IC:	$518.00                                              modification.	Hands-on	exercises	are	an	integral	part	of	the	course.
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                     Prerequisite:	Intrusion	Detection	and	Auditing	CETE-899
Fall	   801	        Sept	10	–	Oct	29	                      Sa		      9	am-5	pm	             PRO
                                                                                                     Hours:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Winter	 821	        Jan	7	–	Feb	18	                        Sa		      9	am-5	pm	             PRO      TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe               LOC
                                                                                                     Winter	 821	       Mar	3	–	Apr	14	                     Sa		   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
CCnP 2 Implementing IP switching                                                   CCtC-507
This	course	teaches	you	how	to	implement,	monitor	and	maintain	switching	in	                         Data Forensics 2 – advanced                                                Cete-897
converged	enterprise	campus	networks.	You	will	learn	how	to	plan,	configure	and	                     This	course	provides	information	on	advanced	computer	forensics	and	how	to	
verify	the	implementation	of	complex	enterprise	switching	solutions.	The	course	                     prepare	for	and	conduct	a	computer	investigation.	It	includes	the	use	of	computer	
also	covers	the	secure	integration	of	VLANs,	WLANs,	voice	and	video	into	campus	                     forensics	software	and	hardware	to	recover	forensic	data	from	PCs	and	handheld	
networks.	Comprehensive	labs	emphasize	hands-on	learning	and	practice	to	                            devices	such	as	PDAs,	pagers	and	cell	phones.	Analysis	of	the	Windows	XP	
reinforce	configuration	skills.		                                                                    operating	system	and	forensic	analysis	of	Microsoft	Vista	will	also	be	introduced.	
Prerequisites:	CCTC-501,	CCTC-502,	CCTC-503,	CCTC-504                                                Hands-on	exercises	are	an	integral	part	of	the	course.
Hours:	45	                                	 Fee:	IC:	$518.00                                         Prerequisite:	Data	Forensics	1	–	Introduction	CETE-896
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC      Hours:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Fall	   801	        Sept	11	–	Oct	30	                      Su	       9	am-5	pm	             PRO      TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe               LOC
Winter	 821	        Jan	8	–	Feb	19	                        Su	       9	am-5	pm	             PRO      Spring	 841	       May	26	–	July	7	                    Sa		   9	am-4	pm	         PRO

CCnP 3 maintaining and troubleshooting                                                               Computer Hacking and Incident analysis                                     Cete-898
IP networks                                                                        CCtC-509          This	course	provides	basic	knowledge	necessary	to	understand	the	techniques	
This	course	teaches	you	how	to	monitor	and	maintain	complex,	enterprise-routed	                      of	computer	hacking	and	how	to	respond	to	hacking-related	incidents.	The	focus	
and	switched	IP	networks.	Skills	learned	include	the	planning	and	execution	                         of	this	course	is	to	prepare	you	to	be	able	to	respond	to	Zero-day	exploits	where	
of	regular	network	maintenance	as	well	as	support	and	troubleshooting	using	                         vendor	services	such	as	virus	scanning	and	intrusion	detection	are	rendered	
technology-based	processes	and	best	practices,	using	a	systematic	and	ITIL-                          useless.	The	course	will	cover	the	origin	and	history	of	hacking,	examining	in	
compliant	approach.	Extensive	labs	emphasize	hands-on	learning	and	practice	to	                      detail	the	techniques	used	by	early	hackers.	The	course	will	then	shift	to	today’s	
reinforce	troubleshooting	techniques.                                                                vulnerabilities	and	concerns	in	an	attempt	to	predict	and	prepare	you	for	
Prerequisites:	CCTC-505	and	CCTC-507                                                                 tomorrow’s	exploits.
Hours:	45	                           	 Fee:	IC:	$518.00	                                             Prerequisite:	Fundamentals	of	Information	Security	CETE-895
TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                   DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                     Hours:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Fall	   801	        Nov	5	–	Dec	17	                        Sa		      9	am-5	pm	             PRO
                                                                                                     TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe               LOC
Winter	 821	        Feb	25	–	Apr	14	                       Sa		      9	am-5	pm	             PRO
                                                                                                     Fall	    801	      Nov	5	–	Dec	17	                     Sa		   9	am-4	pm	         PRO




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                                       Intrusion Detection and auditing                                               Cete-899   microcomputer applications software 2                                     ComP-126
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                       This	course	is	the	study	of	network	and	system	intrusion	detection	and	auditing	          This	course	is	taught	using	Microsoft	Office	software,	textbooks	and	has	an	online	
                                       and	will	provide	you	with	the	knowledge	necessary	to	design,	implement	and	               computer-based	training/assessment	program.	Upon	successful	completion	of	this	
                                       maintain	an	enterprise	scale	Distributed	Intrusion	Detection	System.	An	Intrusion	        course,	you	will	have	had	the	required	preparation	and	necessary	skills	to	write	
                                       Detection	System	(IDS)	utilizes	a	complex	process	of	determining	when	a	network	          and	pass	MCAS	certification	(Microsoft	Certified	Application	Specialist)	for	Excel	
                                       transmission	contains	malicious	content.	The	course	will	begin	by	reviewing	the	          2010	update	version.
                                       principles	of	the	Transmission	Control	Protocol	(TCP)	and	the	Internet	Protocol	          Prerequisite:	Microcomputer	Applications	Software	1	COMP-106
                                       (IP).	With	a	solid	foundation	based	on	these	principles,	you	will	learn	how	to	           Hours:	60	                            Fee:	IC:	$391.35
                                       defend	against	network	attacks,	as	well	as	learn	the	techniques	of	creating	exploit	      TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
                                       signature	code	to	thwart	Zero-day	attacks.                                                Fall	     801	     Sept	11	–	Oct	30	                   Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                       Prerequisites:	Computer	Hacking	and	Incident	Analysis	CETE-898                            	         802	     Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                   Su	     10	am-1	pm	         PRO
                                       Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00                                    	         803	     Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                   Th		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                                                                                                                 	         804	     Nov	6	–	Dec	18	                     Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                       TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                               DAY        TIMe              LOC
                                                                                                                                 Winter	   821	     Jan	15	–	Mar	4	                     Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	14	–	Feb	25	                   Sa		       9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                                                 	         822	     Jan	15	–	Apr	22	                    Su	     10	am-1	pm	         PRO
                                                                                                                                 	         823	     Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       Computer Training for Professionals                                                       	         824	     Mar	11	–	Apr	29	                    Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                                                 Spring	   841	     May	6	–	June	24	                    Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                       Programming 1                                                                             	         842	     May	10	–	Aug	9	                     Th		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       (Introductory Programming Concepts)                                           ComP-100    	         843	     July	8	–	Aug	26	                    Su	     9	am-4	pm	          PRO
                                       This	course	includes	design	and	programming	concepts,	logic	and	program	
                                       structures,	and	the	development	of	business	applications.	The	environment	will	           software engineering methodologies 1                                      ComP-225
                                       be	Visual	Studio.Net.	This	course	is	recommended	for	those	who	have	never	                This	course	uses	Object	Oriented	Systems	Analysis	and	Design	(OOSAD)	
                                       programmed	before	and/or	for	those	who	want	to	pursue	further	studies	in	.NET	            approach	to	provide	students	with	an	understanding	of	the	information	systems	
                                       or	IBM	Java	WebSphere	certificates.                                                       environment.	It	introduces	methodologies,	requirement	analysis	and	design	
                                       Hours:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35                                   models,	UML	tools	and	techniques	that	are	used	to	develop	modern	information	
                                       TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                               DAY        TIMe              LOC    systems.	It	covers	the	breadth	of	applications	drawn	from	business,	health	and	
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                  Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO    games	appropriate	for	software	solutions.	The	course	prepares	students	for	a	
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                   Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO    more	detailed	coverage	of	the	subject	matter	in	COMP	246.
                                       Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	9	                    Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                                                 Hours:	60	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$391.35
                                                                                                                                 TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
                                       microcomputer applications software 1                                         ComP-106    Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       This	course	is	taught	using	Microsoft	Office	software,	textbooks	and	has	an	online	       Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       computer-based	training/assessment	program.	The	course	teaches	basic	concepts	
                                       and	skills	in	the	Windows	XP	operating	system	(file	management),	basic	computer	          object oriented software engineering                                      ComP-246
                                       concepts	(hardware/software),	basic	Internet	usage,	basic	e-mail	usage,	Microsoft	        This	course	builds	on	COMP-225	Software	Engineering	Methodologies	I.	Students	
                                       Word,	and	Microsoft	PowerPoint.	Upon	successful	completion	of	this	course,	               will	continue	to	develop	the	problem-solving	skills	required	of	a	Systems	Analyst	
                                       you	will	have	had	the	required	preparation	and	necessary	skills	to	write	and	             through	the	analysis	and	design	of	business,	health	and	gaming	systems.	
                                       pass	MCAS	certification	(Microsoft	Certified	Application	Specialist)	for	Word	and	        The	course	emphasizes	the	iterative	and	incremental	nature	of	the	software	
                                       PowerPoint	if	you	choose	to	do	so.	                                                       development	process	best	illustrated	by	Agile	Modelling	and	Unified	Process	
                                       Hours:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35                                   techniques	currently	being	practised.	The	project	work	is	critical	as	it	follows	
                                       TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                               DAY        TIMe              LOC    the	OOAD	phases	of	inception,	elaboration,	construction	and	transition	and	it	
                                       Fall	     801	     Sept	11	–	Oct	30	                  Su	        9	am-4	pm	        PRO    provides	hands-on	training,	prototyping	and	testing	of	OO	models	developed	
                                       	         802	     Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                  Su	        10	am-1	pm	       PRO
                                                                                                                                 by	the	student	group.	The	essential	requirements	over	the	phases	include:	a	
                                       	         803	     Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                  Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO
                                       	         804	     Nov	6	–	Dec	18	                    Su	        9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                                                 requirements	model/business	model,	use	case	model,	business	logic	model,	
                                       Winter	   821	     Jan	15	–	Mar	4	                    Su	        9	am-4	pm	        PRO    data	models	along	with	component	and	deployment	diagrams,	all	of	which	
                                       	         822	     Jan	15	–	Apr	22	                   Su	        10	am-1	pm	       PRO    will	enhance	the	learning	experience.	All	diagrams	are	UML-based	and	a	Visual	
                                       	         823	     Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                   Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO    Modelling	CaseTool	is	used	extensively	to	prepare	such	diagrams.	Students	will	
                                       	         824	     Mar	11	–	Apr	29	                   Su		       9	am-4	pm	        PRO    also	use	a	project	management	tool	in	managing	the	deliverables.	This	course	
                                       Spring	   841	     May	6	–	June	24	                   Su	        9	am-4	pm	        PRO    provides	the	necessary	preparation	for	a	software	development	project.
                                       	         842	     May	10	–	Aug	9	                    Th		       7-10	pm	          PRO    Prerequisite:	Software	Engineering	Methodologies	1	COMP-225
                                       	         843	     July	8	–	Aug	26	                   Su	        9	am-4	pm	        PRO    Hours:	60	                            	 Fee:	IC:	$391.35
                                                                                                                                 TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
                                       Introduction to Database Concepts                                             ComP-122    Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                   W		     7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       This	course	is	intended	to	introduce	you	to	business	database	systems,	with	an	           Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                    W		     7-10	pm	            PRO
                                       introduction	to	personal,	client	server	and	enterprise	databases	and	database	
                                       concepts.	Learning	topics	will	be	reinforced	using	tools	such	as	Oracle	and	Access.	      microsoft applications with VBa                                           ComP-470
                                       This	course	will	include	items	such	as	table	and	field	structure,	table	relationships	    VBA	is	used	for	hundreds	of	software	applications.	Learn	how	to	leverage	your	
                                       and	data	access	queries	as	well	as	an	introduction	to	SQL.                                understanding	of	your	desktop	software	by	creating	custom	tools	to	expand	the	
                                       Hours:	60	                             Fee:	IC:	$391.35                                   accuracy	and	productivity	of	common	applications	such	as	Word,	Excel	and	Access.
                                       TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                               DAY        TIMe              LOC    Prerequisites:	Introductory	Programming	COMP-100	and	Microcomputer	Applications	
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                  Tu		       7-10	pm	          PRO    Software	2	COMP-126	or	equivalent	experience.
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                   Tu		       7-10	pm	          PRO    Hours:	42	                            	 Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                       Spring	 841	       May	8	–	Aug	7	                     Tu		       7-10	pm	          PRO    TeRM      SeC. #   DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
                                                                                                                                 Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		    7-10	pm	            PRO
                                                                                                                                 Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		    7-10	pm	            PRO




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Introduction to Java Programming using IBm’s                                                   Linux system overview                                                   CCtC-404
rational application Developer                                              ComP-423           Linux	is	a	free	Unix-like	operating	system	that	has	great	technical	merit	and	
This	course	introduces	the	Java	programming	language.	You	will	learn	Java	                     stability.	It	is	now	recognized	as	a	serious	competitor	for	Microsoft	Windows	NT	in	
fundamentals	and	object-oriented	programming	in	Java.	Learn	how	to	use	IBM	                    both	the	enterprise	and	home	markets.	Learn	how	to	acquire,	set	up	and	configure	
Rational	Application	Developer	and	Eclipse	to	create,	test	and	debug	Java	Applets	             Linux	in	both	the	single	user	and	network	modes.	You	will	explore	some	of	the	
and	Applications.	You	will	also	learn	how	to	develop	a	User	Interface	using	Java	              more	popular	commands,	learn	how	to	install	DHCP	and	TCP/IP,	create	group/user	
SWING	library.                                                                                 accounts	and	set	permissions.	You	will	also	have	the	opportunity	to	install	and	
Recommended:	Some	programming	background                                                       configure	the	system	for	e-mail,	FTP,	telnet	and	as	a	web	server.
Hours:	58	                      Fee:	IC:	$403.00                                               Recommended:	A	basic	familiarity	with	microcomputers
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe                     LOC   Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Fall	   801	       Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                   M		      7-10	pm	                 PRO   TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                     M		      7-10	pm	                 PRO   Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		   7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	       May	15	–	Aug	14	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	                 PRO
                                                                                               Linux security                                                          CCtC-411
Developing Java applications with IBm’s                                                        This	course	will	not	only	investigate	how	to	protect	a	Linux-based	PC	or	server,	
rational application Developer                                              ComP-424           but	will	also	examine	how	Linux	can	be	used	to	help	protect	an	entire	network	
Building	on	the	fundamentals	of	the	Java	programming	language,	this	course	                    infrastructure.	In	this	dual-honed	approach,	you	will	be	exposed	to	GNU/Linux	
covers	database-backed	Web	Application	Development	utilizing	the	most	popular	                 tools	such	as	antivirus	and	firewall	software,	intrusion	detection	systems,	and	
technologies	such	as	HTML,	Servlet,	JSP,	Taglib,	Java	Database	Connectivity	                   more.	Additionally,	OS-neutral	security	concepts	such	as	honeypots	will	also	be	
(JDBC)	and	Security	Control	(JAAS)	using	Java	EE,	IBM	WebSphere,	IBM	Rational	                 discussed.	
Application	Developer,	Tomcat	and	MySQL	DB	Server.	Learn	how	to	create	                        Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
complex	real	web	applications	with	Java	programming	language	in	industrial	                    TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
standard	platforms	and	tools.                                                                  Winter	 821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		   7-10	pm	          PRO
Prerequisites:	Introduction	to	Java	Programming	using	IBM’s	Rational	Application	Developer	
COMP-423	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience                                                    Linux system administration                                             CCtC-413
Hours:	58	                              Fee:	IC:	$403.00                                       Building	on	the	skills	acquired	in	Linux	Systems	Overview	CCTC-404,	this	course	
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe                     LOC   continues	your	journey	into	the	world	of	Linux	System	Administration.	You	will	
Fall	   801	       Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	                 PRO   gain	the	experience	necessary	to	customize	popular	Linux	server	packages	
Winter	 821	       Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	                 PRO
                                                                                               including	Samba,	Squid,	VS-FTP,	BIND	and	others.	
Spring	 841	       May	15	–	Aug	14	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	                 PRO
                                                                                               Prerequisite:	LINUX	System	Overview,	CCTC-404	
                                                                                               Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Java enterprise Programming with IBm’s                                                         TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
rational application Developer                                              ComP-425           Fall	   801	      Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                   M		    7-10	pm	          PRO
This	course	exposes	you	to	the	design	and	development	of	enterprise-level	
programming.	It	typically	involves	multi-tiers,	synchronize	and/or	asynchronize,	              Linux networking essentials                                             CCtC-414
lost	and/or	strong	coupled	system	components	in	a	multi-use	multi-threaded	                    Linux	is	a	multi-user,	network	operating	system	that	exhibits	enormous	flexibility	
paradigm.	Explore	the	details	of	advanced	Java	EE	APIs	such	as	advanced	Servlets	              and	stability.	This	course	will	explore	Linux	from	a	networking	perspective	
and	JSPs,	JSP	Tag	Libraries	and	Expression	Language,	EJB	3.x,	Java	Persistence	API	            examining	such	topics	as	setting	up	and	optimizing	web,	e-mail,	FTP	and	
(JPA),	Entity	Beans,	JMS	and	Message	Driven	Beans	(MDB).	Learn	how	to	design	                  proxy	servers,	configuring	and	maintaining	DNS	and	firewalls,	configuration	
and	build	complex	business	applications	from	Use	Cases.                                        and	troubleshooting	of	routing	protocols,	interoperability	with	other	operating	
Prerequisites:	Developing	Java	Applications	with	IBM’s	Rational	Application	Developer	         systems	and	troubleshooting	TCP/IP	issues.
COMP-424	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience
                                                                                               Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Hours:	58	                             Fee:	IC:	$403.00
                                                                                               TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                               Fall	   801	      Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                   Th		   7-10	pm	          PRO
Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                   W		      7-10	pm	                 PRO
Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                    W		      7-10	pm	                 PRO
Spring	 841	       May	16	–	Aug	15	                    W		      7-10	pm	                 PRO
                                                                                               Linux in the enterprise environment                                     CCtC-416
                                                                                               Having	shed	its	former	image	as	a	hobbyist	OS,	Linux	is	now	considered	by	most	
advanced Java ee enterprise Programming with IBm’s                                             vendors	to	be	a	serious	competitor	to	many	commercial	OS.	This	course	will	
                                                                                               concentrate	on	the	incorporation	of	Linux	into	the	enterprise	environment	and	
rational application Developer                     ComP-426
                                                                                               provide	the	skills	and	knowledge	required	to	allow	Linux	to	work	seamlessly	with	
This	course	focuses	on	the	latest	and	advanced	Java	EE	specifications:	Java	Server	
                                                                                               other	operating	systems.	Insight	will	be	gained	in	migrating	Proprietary	OS-based	
Faces	(JSF),	EJB	3.x,	Persistent	API,	Web	Services.	You	will	also	be	introduced	
                                                                                               networks	to	Linux,	migrating	custom	application	software	to	Linux,	the	case	for	
to	XML	and	XML	associated	technologies.	You	will	learn	concept,	design	and	
                                                                                               open-standards	and	open-source,	and	more.	
programming	techniques	utilizing	Java	EE	features.	You	will	also	learn	how	
                                                                                               Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00	
Java	EE	applications	are	built	and	profiled	under	development	environment	and	
                                                                                               TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
deployed	to	testing	and	production	environments.                                               Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		   7-10	pm	          PRO
Prerequisite:	Java	Enterprise	Programming	with	IBM’s	Rational	Application	Developer	
COMP-425	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience.
Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$403.00
                                                                                               Linux optimization techniques                                           CCtC-417
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe                     LOC
                                                                                               Already	considered	by	many	to	be	the	epitome	of	optimization,	Linux	can	be	
Fall	   801	       Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                   Th		     7-10	pm	                 PRO   manipulated	even	further	through	the	use	of	the	techniques	discussed	in	this	
Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		     7-10	pm	                 PRO   course.	Application	specific	performance	issues	will	be	addressed,	as	will	topics	
Spring	 841	       May	17	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     7-10	pm	                 PRO   such	as	advanced	compiler	optimizations	and	environmental	adjustments.
                                                                                               Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00	
                                                                                               TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe              LOC
                                                                                               Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                    W		    7-10	pm	          PRO




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                                       Microsoft .Net                                                                            Developing XmL Web services with Visual studio.net                        CeDn-005
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                                                                                                                 The	goal	of	this	course	is	to	provide	you	with	the	knowledge	and	skills	
                                       Introduction to .net Programming with VB.net                               CeDn-001       required	to	develop	Web	Services-based	solutions	to	solve	common	problems	
                                       VB.NET	is	the	latest	version	of	the	most	widely	used	programming	environment	in	          in	the	distributed	application	domain.	The	course	will	cover	Microsoft	Visual	
                                       the	world,	popular	with	professional	developers	and	beginners	alike.	This	course	         Studio®	.NET,	C#	.NET/VB.NET,	Microsoft	ASP.NET,	and	Universal	Description,	
                                       will	teach	you	how	to	program	in	VB.NET	from	first	principles.	You	will	quickly	and	      Discovery,	and	Integration	(UDDI)	to	enable	you	to	build,	deploy,	locate	and	
                                       easily	learn	how	to	write	VB.NET	code	and	create	attractive	windows	and	forms	            consume	Extensible	Markup	Language	(XML)	Web	Services.	This	course	provides	
                                       for	the	users	of	your	applications.	To	get	you	started	on	the	road	to	professional	       preparation	for	the	.Net	certification	exams.
                                       development,	you	will	also	learn	about	object-oriented	programming,	creating	your	        Prerequisite:	Developing	Web	Applications	with	VB.Net	CEDN-003	or	equivalent	knowledge/
                                       own	controls,	working	with	databases,	creating	menus,	and	working	with	graphics.          experience
                                       Recommended:	Knowledge	of	any	programming	language,	Programming	1	(Introductory	          Hours:	42	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$387.00
                                       Programming	Concepts)	COMP-100                                                            TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                               DAY      TIMe                  LOC
                                       Hours:	42	                         Fee:	IC:	$387.00                                       Fall	   801	      Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                  Th		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                               DAY     TIMe                  LOC   Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                   Th		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                  Th		    7-10	pm	              PRO   Spring	 841	      May	10	–	Aug	9	                    Th		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                   Th		    7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	9	                    Th		    7-10	pm	              PRO   Database Design and modeling with
                                                                                                                                 microsoft sQL server 2008                                                 CeDn-006
                                       Developing Windows applications with VB.net or C#                          CeDn-002       This	course	serves	as	preparation	for	Microsoft	Exam	70-229:	Designing	and	
                                       Build	real-world	programming	skills	–	and	prepare	for	.Net	Certification	exams.	          Implementing	Databases	with	Microsoft	SQL	Server	Enterprise	Edition,	which	is	
                                       Learn	how	to	build	Windows®-based	applications	using	Visual	Basic®.NET/C#.	               one	of	several	electives	for	the	MCSE	certification	track	and	a	core	requirement	
                                       Then	extend	your	expertise	through	additional	skill-building	exercises.	As	you	           for	MCDBA	certification.	Topics	covered	include	developing	a	logical	data	model,	
                                       gain	practical	experience	with	essential	Windows	development	tasks,	you	are	also	         implementing	the	database	and	objects,	retrieving	and	modifying	data	using	
                                       preparing	for	Microsoft	.NET	certification.                                               Transact-SQL,	using	indexes	and	views,	programming	business	logic	(stored	
                                       Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	.Net	Programming	with	VB.NET	CEDN-001	OR		                  procedures,	triggers),	tuning	and	optimizing	data	access,	and	creating	and	
                                       Programming	1	COMP-100	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience                                 maintaining	database	security.
                                       Hours:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$387.00                                  Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	COMP-122	or	equivalent	knowledge/
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                               DAY     TIMe                  LOC   experience
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                  W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   Hours:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$387.00	
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                   W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                               DAY      TIMe                  LOC
                                       Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	8	                     W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                  Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                                                                                                                 Winter	 821	      Jan	17	–	Apr	17	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       Developing Web applications                                                               Spring	 841	      May	15	–	Aug	14	                   Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       with Visual studio.net                                                     CeDn-003
                                       Build	real-world	programming	skills	–	and	prepare	for	.Net	certification	exams.	          sQL server 2008 administration and reports NEW                            CeDn-007
                                       You	will	learn	how	to	build	Web	applications	using	Visual	Basic®	.NET/C#.	                In	this	course,	students	will	create	data-rich	reports	using	Microsoft’s	server-based	
                                       FExtend	your	expertise	through	additional	skill-building	exercises.	As	you	gain	          reporting	solution.	Topics	include	data	access	and	report	design,	managing	report	
                                       practical	experience	with	essential	Web	development	tasks,	you’re	also	preparing	         execution	and	subscriptions,	implementing	custom	report	items,	extending	data	
                                       for	Microsoft	.Net	Certification.                                                         access	and	customizing	security.	The	course	is	suited	for	data	analysts,	software	
                                       Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	.Net	Programming	with	VB.NET	CEDN-001	OR		                  developers,	database	administrators	and	those	who	develop	and	deploy	reports	
                                       Programming	1	COMP-100	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience                                 using	MS	SQL	Server	Reporting	Services.	
                                       Hours:	42	                              	 Fee:	IC:	$387.00                                Prerequisite:	Database	Design	and	Modeling	with	Microsoft	SQL	Server	2008	CEDN-006	or	
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                               DAY     TIMe                  LOC   equivalent	knowledge/experience
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                  M		     7-10	pm	              PRO   Hours:	42	                           Fee:	IC:	$387.00	
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                    M		     7-10	pm	              PRO   TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                               DAY      TIMe                  LOC
                                       Spring	 841	       May	15	–	Aug	14	                   Tu		    7-10	pm	              PRO   Fall	   801	      Sept	14	–	Dec	21	                  W		      7-10	pm	              PRO
                                                                                                                                 Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                   W		      7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       .net Programming with C#                                                   CeDn-004       Spring	 841	      May	16	–	Aug	15	                   W		      7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       This	course	provides	a	systematic	introduction	to	C#,	one	of	Microsoft’s	new	
                                       languages	supporting	its	.NET	environment.	It	is	intended	for	programmers	who	            Microsoft Office Application Support
                                       want	to	leverage	their	existing	skills	by	learning	how	to	develop	.NET	applications	
                                       using	a	modern	object	oriented	language	with	C++/Java-like	syntax.	The	course	            microsoft Word                                                            Cems-981
                                       will	cover	core	topics	including	strings,	arrays,	objects	and	inheritance,	the	.NET	      Learn	to	use	MS	Word,	a	terrific	word	processing	package	that	has	the	
                                       framework,	GUI	interfaces,	exceptions	and	database	access.	Microsoft’s	Visual	            convenience	of	pull-down	menus.	Learn	to	create,	edit,	format	and	print	
                                       Studio.NET	will	be	used	for	the	classroom	development	environment.                        documents.	Use	paragraph,	page	and	character	formatting	commands.	Create	
                                       Prerequisite:	Knowledge	of	any	programming	language,	Programming	1	(Introductory	         multiple-page	documents	with	tables	and	desktop	publishing	with	MS-Word.
                                       Programming	Concepts)	COMP-100                                                            Prerequisite:	Familiarity	with	Windows	
                                       Hours:	42	                            	 Fee:	IC:	$387.00                                  Software Requirement:	Online	course	–	MS	Word	2003	or	higher.
                                       TeRM    SeC. #     DATe                               DAY     TIMe                  LOC   Hours:	30	                              Fee:	IC:	$277.00	 OL:	$341.00*
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                  W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                               DAY      TIMe                  LOC
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                   W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Oct	25	                  Tu		     7-10	pm	              PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       May	9	–	Aug	8	                     W		     7-10	pm	              PRO   Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Feb	22	                   W		      7-10	pm	              PRO
                                                                                                                                 Spring	 841	      May	16	–	June	27	                  W		      7-10	pm	              PRO




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microsoft Word – advanced                                                   Cems-982   Microsoft SharePoint




                                                                                                                                                                                Computers and InformatIon teChnology
Learn	the	advanced	features	of	Word	to	produce	professionally	customized	
documentation.	Macros	and	advantages	of	the	Wizards	and	templates	supported	           Introduction to sharePoint                                                  sHar-001
within	Word	will	be	covered	in	depth.                                                  This	course	covers	the	basic	MOSS	features	and	will	focus	on	the	core	features	
Prerequisite:	Microsoft	Word	CEMS-981	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience	              and	functionality	included	in	SharePoint	2007,	how	to	use	these	features,	and	
Software Requirement:	Online	course	–	MS	Word	2003	or	higher                           how	to	plan	and	design	for	them.
Hours:	30	                           Fee:	IC:	$277.00	     OL:	$346.00*                Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
Fall	   801	      Nov	1	–	Dec	13	                     Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO   Fall	   801	       Sept	18	–	Oct	30	                   Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Winter	 821	      Feb	29	–	Apr	11	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Winter	 821	       Jan	15	–	Feb	26	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      July	4	–	Aug	15	                    W		      7-10	pm	          PRO   Spring	 841	       May	27	–	July	8	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO

microsoft excel                                                             Cems-983   Installing and Configuring sharePoint                                       sHar-002
Learn	to	use	Microsoft	Excel	–	a	powerful	spreadsheet	program	that	allows	you	to	      This	course	prepares	IT	Professionals	to	install,	configure,	administrate	and	design	
manipulate	and	query	your	data	to	customize	your	reports.	Creating,	editing	and	       a	Microsoft	SharePoint	2007	environment.	It	serves	as	an	introduction	to	both	
printing	as	well	as	charting	will	be	covered.                                          Windows	SharePoint	Services	v3	(WSS)	and	Microsoft	Office	SharePoint	Server	
Prerequisite:	Familiarity	with	Windows	                                                2007	Standard	and	Enterprise	(MOSS).
Software Requirement:	Online	course	–	MS	Excel	2003	or	higher
                                                                                       Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	SharePoint	2007	SHAR-001
Hours:	30	                              Fee:	IC:	$277.00	 OL:	$341.00*
                                                                                       Hours:	30	                              Fee:	IC:	$413.00
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                                                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
Fall	   801	      Sept	14	–	Oct	26	                   W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       Fall	   801	       Nov	6	–	Dec	11	                     Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Winter	 821	      Jan	10	–	Feb	21	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       Winter	 821	       Mar	11	–	Apr	22	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      May	17	–	June	28	                   Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       Spring	 841	       July	15	–	Aug	26	                   Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO

microsoft excel – advanced                                                  Cems-984   sharePoint administration 1                                                 sHar-003
Learn	the	advanced	features	of	Excel	to	produce	professional	customized	               This	course	provides	IT	professionals	with	skills	to	upgrade	their	SharePoint	2003	
workbooks	and	management	concepts.	Macros	and	the	advantages	of	the	                   deployments	to	SharePoint	2007.	It	simulates	the	challenges	that	a	real-world	
Wizards	supported	within	Excel	will	be	covered	in	depth.                               SharePoint	administrator	will	face	and	provide	best	practices	for	upgrading	their	
Prerequisite:	Microsoft	Excel	CEMS-983	or	equivalent	knowledge/Experience
                                                                                       production	SharePoint	deployments.
Hours:	30	                            Fee:	IC:	$277.00	     OL:	$346.00*
                                                                                       Prerequisite:	Installing	and	Configuring	SharePoint	SHAR-002
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                                                                       Hours:	30	                              Fee:	IC:	$413.00
Fall	   801	      Nov	2	–	Dec	14	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
Winter	 821	      Feb	28	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	15	–	Feb	26	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      July	5	–	Aug	16	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                       Spring	 841	       May	27	–	July	8	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO

microsoft access                                                            Cems-985
                                                                                       sharePoint administration 2                                                 sHar-004
Learn	to	use	Microsoft	Access	–	a	powerful	database	package.	This	program	
                                                                                       This	course	covers	the	advanced	features	of	MOSS	2007	such	as	Web	Content	
allows	you	to	manipulate	and	query	your	data	to	customize	the	reports	that	you	
                                                                                       Management,	Records	Management,	Forms	Services	and	Business	Data	Catalog	
need.	Creating,	editing	and	printing	as	well	as	querying	and	linking	of	databases	
                                                                                       and	integration	with	other	Microsoft	programs	such	as	Access.
will	be	covered.
                                                                                       Prerequisite:	SharePoint	Administration	1	SHAR-003
Prerequisite:	Familiarity	with	Windows	
Software Requirement:	Online	course	–	MS	Access	2003	or	higher                         Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00
                                                                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
Hours:	30	                              Fee:	IC:	$277.00	 OL:	$346.00*
                                                                                       Winter	 821	       Mar	11	–	Apr	22	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                                                                       Spring	 841	       July	15	–	Aug	26	                   Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Fall	   801	      Sept	14	–	Oct	26	                   W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Feb	23	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      May	15	–	June	26	                   Tu	      7-10	pm	          PRO   sharePoint Project                                                          sHar-005
                                                                                       This	course	uses	InfoPath	2007	and	workflows	written	with	SharePoint	Designer	
microsoft PowerPoint – Comprehensive                                        Cems-986   to	automate	business	processes.
Learn	to	use	Microsoft	PowerPoint	–	the	powerful	presentation	package.	This	           Prerequisite:	SharePoint	Administration	2	SHAR-004	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience
course	will	teach	you	the	skill	set	required	to	enable	you	to	write	the	Microsoft	     Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00
PowerPoint	Comprehensive	certification	exam.                                           TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                DAY     TIMe                LOC
                                                                                       Spring	 841	       May	27	–	July	8	                    Su	     9	am-3	pm	          PRO
Hours:	30	                            Fee:	IC:	$277.00	      OL:	$346.00*
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
Fall	   801	      Sept	15	–	Oct	27	                   Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
Winter	 821	      Jan	16	–	Mar	5	                     M		      7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      May	28	–	July	16	                   M		      7-10	pm	          PRO       programs that fit your schedule
microsoft access – advanced                                                 Cems-987       our Ce courses are delivered in multiple formats
Using	a	preset	table	of	information,	the	instructor	will	guide	you	in	training	            – in-class, online and print-based! Choose the one
yourself	to	use	Access	to	produce	professional	customized	database	systems	and	            that best suits your schedule.
management	concepts.	Macros	and	the	advantages	of	the	Wizards	supported	by	
Access	will	be	covered	in	depth.
Prerequisite:	Microsoft	Access	CEMS-985	
Software Requirement:	Online	course	–	MS	Access	2003	or	higher
Hours:	30	                            	 Fee:	IC:	$277.00	 OL:	$346.00*
TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
Fall	   801	      Nov	2	–	Dec	14	                     W		      7-10	pm	          PRO
Winter	 821	      Mar	1	–	Apr	12	                     Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
Spring	 841	      July	3	–	Aug	14	                    Tu		     7-10	pm	          PRO




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                                       Network Security                                                                                Content Filtering                                                              Cete-938
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                                                                                                                       Understand	the	increasingly	important	requirement	of	controlling	the	data	
                                       Introductory network security                                                   Cete-208        content	of	network	traffic,	and	the	management	of	available	bandwidth.	The	
                                       Explore	the	issues	involved	in	planning,	implementing	and	maintaining	network	                  dangers	of	uncontrolled	access	to	network	resources	are	discussed,	together	
                                       security	policies.	Discuss	the	risks	and	benefits	of	different	security	strategies	and	         with	the	associated	social	and	legal	implications.	Through	a	series	of	hands-on	
                                       acceptable	use	policies.	Develop	a	functional	network	security	policy.                          exercises,	you	will	explore	creating	and	bypassing	filters,	which	are	intended	to	
                                       Prerequisite:	TCP/IP	and	other	Internet	Protocols	CETE-978	or	equivalent	experience		           block	active	content	from	web	pages	and	e-mail.
                                       with	TCP/IP                                                                                     Prerequisite:	Introductory	Network	Security	CETE-208	or	equivalent	experience	in	Network	
                                       Hours:	12	                              Fee:	IC:	$262.00                                        Security	and	STCP/IP
                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                    LOC   Hours:	12	                             	 Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       Fall	   801	       Sept	24	–	Sept	25	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                       Winter	 821	       Jan	28	–	Jan	29	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   Fall	   801	       Oct	22	–	Oct	23	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       June	2	–	June	3	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   Winter	 821	       Feb	25	–	Feb	26	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                                                                                                                       Spring	 841	       June	23	–	June	24	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       Forensics                                                                       Cete-929
                                       Forensics	is	a	rapidly	growing	branch	of	network	security.	As	part	of	the	wars	                 tCP/IP and other Internet Protocols                                            Cete-978
                                       on	terrorism,	organized	crime	and	corporate	corruption,	forensics	auditors	are	                 This	course	takes	an	in-depth	look	at	the	standardization	process,	which	ensures	
                                       increasingly	called	upon	to	preserve	and	examine	evidence,	to	reconstruct	a	chain	              interoperability	between	competing	systems	on	the	Internet.	Learn	the	OSI	
                                       of	events	and	to	recover	data	which	intruders	and	white-collar	criminals	have	                  Reference	Model.	Explore	how	the	TCP/IP	Protocol	Suite	fits	into	the	OSI	Model.	
                                       attempted	to	destroy	or	obfuscate.	The	methods	used	in	forensics	may	also	be	                   Examine	each	OSI	layer	through	hands-on	examples.	Learn	the	inner	workings	of	
                                       abused	to	gain	unauthorized	access	to	personal	information.	Learn	how	to	use	                   application	level	protocols	such	as	SMTP,	FTP	and	HTTP.
                                       forensics	to	investigate	corporate	security	incidents	and	to	increase	your	personal	            Recommended:	Familiarity	with	accessing	the	Internet
                                       privacy.                                                                                        Hours:	12	                           Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       Prerequisites:	This	is	an	advanced	course	and	requires	completion	of	security	courses:	         TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                       Threats	and	Attacks	CETE-931,	Monitoring	and	Intrusion	Detection	CETE-936,	Content	             Fall	   801	       Sept	17	–	Sept	18	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       Filtering	CETE-938	or	equivalent	experience.                                                    Winter	 821	       Jan	21	–	Jan	22	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       Hours:	12	                               Fee:	IC:	$262.00                                       Spring	 841	       May	26	–	May	27	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                    LOC
                                       Fall	   801	
                                       Winter	 821	
                                                          Nov	5	–	Nov	6	
                                                          Mar	10	–	Mar	11	
                                                                                                Sa/Su	
                                                                                                Sa/Su	
                                                                                                         9	am-4	pm	
                                                                                                         9	am-4	pm	
                                                                                                                                 PRO
                                                                                                                                 PRO
                                                                                                                                       Network Specialist Post-Graduate
                                       Spring	 841	       July	14	–	July	15	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   network Fundamentals                                                           netW-401
                                                                                                                                       In	this	introductory	course,	you	will	learn	the	basics	of	PC	hardware,	operating	
                                       threats and attacks                                                             Cete-931        systems,	networking	terminology	and	theory.	Major	topics	include	PC	Hardware,	
                                       As	network	technologies	expand	every	day,	so	do	the	mechanisms	used	by	                         Operating	Systems,	Installation,	Analog/digital,	Modulation/Bandwidth/
                                       crackers.	This	hands-on	course	examines	the	types	of	attacks	commonly	used	                     Multiplexing,	TCP/IP,	IP	Addressing,	LANs	and	more.	Material	presented	in	the	
                                       and	explores	how	to	assess	the	risks	of	emerging	threats.	Non-technical	attacks,	               hardware	portion	of	this	course	will	conform	to	the	requirements	of	the	Computer	
                                       including	social-engineering	techniques	and	litigation	threats,	will	be	discussed.	             Technology	Industry	Association’s	(compTIA)	A+	certification.	The	networking	
                                       Prerequisite:	Completion	of	Introductory	Network	Security	CETE-208	and	TCP/IP	and	Other	
                                                                                                                                       component	forms	part	of	the	requirements	for	the	Cisco	CCNA	and	compTIA’s	
                                       Internet	Protocols	CETE-978	OR	equivalent	experience	in	Network	Security	and	TCP/IP.
                                                                                                                                       Network	+	certifications.	Detailed	content	is	continually	updated	to	match	the	
                                       Hours:	12	                             Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                    LOC
                                                                                                                                       requirements	of	these	certifications.
                                       Fall	   801	       Oct	1	–	Oct	2	                        Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   Contact	Allan	Reid	at	areid@centennialcollege.ca	for	further	information.
                                       Winter	 821	       Feb	4	–	Feb	5	                        Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       June	9	–	June	10	                     Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   Introduction to Lans                                                           netW-402
                                                                                                                                       This	course	introduces	you	to	the	most	common	software	platforms	found	in	
                                       authentication                                                                  Cete-934        Local	Area	Networks	(LANs)	today.	This	course	builds	on	the	knowledge	gained	
                                       Positive	user	identification,	coupled	with	access	control	and	audit	capabilities,	              in	the	preceding	course.	You	will	learn	and	have	the	opportunity	to	install	
                                       provide	fine-grained	control	over	access	to	networks,	hosts	and	individual	                     and	troubleshoot	Unix/Linux,	Novell	and	NT/2000	Server	and	you	will	install,	
                                       applications.	Review	the	different	technologies	used	in	token	authentication	                   configure	and	customize	the	software	and	become	proficient	in	its	daily	use.	
                                       schemes,	and	practical	applications	found	for	each.	The	use	of	cryptographic	                   Topics	presented	in	this	course	lay	the	foundation	for	the	Microsoft	MCP,	compTIA	
                                       authentication	techniques	is	also	growing,	and	this	technology	is	discussed,	                   Linux+	and	Novell	CNA	exams.	Detailed	contents	are	continually	updated	to	
                                       together	with	a	review	of	public	key	infrastructure.                                            match	the	requirements	of	these	certifications.
                                       Prerequisite:	Introductory	Network	Security	CETE-208	or	equivalent	experience	in	network	       Prerequisite:	Network	Fundamentals	NETW-401
                                       security                                                                                        Contact	Allan	Reid	at	areid@centennialcollege.ca	for	further	information.
                                       Hours:	12	                             Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                    LOC   Interconnecting Lans                                                           netW-403
                                       Fall	   801	       Oct	15	–	Oct	16	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   In	this	course,	you	will	become	completely	familiar	with	the	hardware	and	
                                       Winter	 821	       Feb	11	–	Feb	12	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO   operating	software	of	Cisco	routers	and	switches.	You	will	add	to	their	knowledge	
                                       Spring	 841	       June	16	–	June	17	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO
                                                                                                                                       of	TCP/IP	and	IP	addressing	in	this	section	and	gain	a	familiarity	with	the	ports	
                                                                                                                                       and	protocols	in	the	TCP/IP	suite.	Hands-on	labs	will	allow	you	to	develop	the	
                                       monitoring and Intrusion Detection                                              Cete-936        skills	necessary	for	interconnecting	local	and	remote	networks.	This	course	
                                       This	hands-on	course	will	be	of	interest	to	security	administrators	responsible	for	
                                                                                                                                       provides	the	knowledge	necessary	to	install,	configure	and	troubleshoot	basic	
                                       monitoring	compliance	with	security	policies	and	acceptable-use	policies.	Through	
                                                                                                                                       routed	and	switched	network	configurations.	It	covers	the	theory	and	IOS	
                                       a	series	of	exercises,	you	will	learn	to	use	freely	available	tools	that	provide	
                                                                                                                                       commands	necessary	for	partial	completion	of	the	Cisco	CCNA	certification.	
                                       mechanisms	for	network	monitoring	and	intrusion	detection.	
                                                                                                                                       Detailed	content	is	continually	updated	to	match	the	requirements	of	this	
                                       Prerequisite:	Completion	of	Threats	and	Attacks	CETE-931	or	equivalent	experience	in	
                                       network	security
                                                                                                                                       certification.	
                                                                                                                                       Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	LANs	NETW-402	
                                       Hours:	12	                             Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                                                                                                                       Contact	Allan	Reid	at	areid@centennialcollege.ca	for	further	information.
                                       TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                    LOC
                                       Fall	   801	       Oct	29	–	Oct	30	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO
                                       Winter	 821	       Mar	3	–	Mar	4	                        Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO
                                       Spring	 841	       July	7	–	July	8	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	              PRO




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Field Placement                                                                  netW-404   oracle 11g Database administration Fundamentals 2 ComP-452




                                                                                                                                                                                         Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                                                                                                                                                                         BusIness
During	this	four-week	period,	you	are	placed	in	the	networking	department	of	an	            This	course	gives	the	Oracle	database	administrator	(DBA)	a	firm	foundation	in	
organization,	where	you	are	assigned	to	a	member	of	the	networking	team.	You	               fundamental	database	administrative	tasks.	Learn	about	loading	and	transporting	
will	begin	by	“shadowing”	your	mentor.	As	the	time	progresses,	you	can	become	              for	databases,	and	the	utilities	used	to	perform	these	activities.	You	will	also	be	
a	useful	member	of	the	team	or	can	assist	in	ongoing	projects.	Field	placement	             introduced	to	networking	concepts	and	configuration	parameters,	as	well	as	how	
is	an	unpaid	position.	The	idea	of	field	placement	is	to	expose	you	to	as	much	             to	solve	some	common	network	problems.	Examine	backup	methodologies	based	
networking	technology	as	possible.                                                          on	business	requirements	in	a	mission	critical	enterprise.	Use	multiple	strategies	
Prerequisite:	B	average	in	Network	Fundamentals	NETW-401,	Introduction	to	LANs		            and	Oracle	Recovery	Manager	to	perform	backups,	and	restore	and	recovery	
NETW-402,	Interconnecting	LANs	NETW-403		                                                   operations.
Contact	Allan	Reid	at	areid@centennialcollege.ca	for	further	information.                   Prerequisite:	Oracle	11G	Database	Administration	Fundamentals	1	COMP-451	or	equivalent	
                                                                                            knowledge/experience
Wide area networking                                                             netW-405   Hours:	42	                           Fee:	IC:	$652.00		         (incl.	Oracle	Kit)
This	course	expands	on	the	knowledge	that	you	have	gained	in	Local	Area	                    TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                 DAY      TIMe
Networks	and	Interconnecting	LANs	and	expands	it	to	include	the	wide-area	                  Fall	   801	       Nov	6	–	Dec	18	                      Su	      9	am-4	pm	           PRO
arena.	You	will	learn	about	internetworking	theory,	WAN	routing,	remote	access	             Winter	 821	       Mar	4	–	Apr	22	                      Su	      9	am-4	pm	           PRO
and	the	Internet.	Emphasis	is	placed	on	network	design,	maintenance	and	                    Spring	 841	       June	24	–	Aug	19	                    Su	      9	am-4	pm	           PRO
security.	This	course	completes	the	knowledge	transfer	required	to	obtain	the	
Cisco	CCNA	designation.                                                                     Software Quality Assurance and Testing
Prerequisite:	Field	Placement	NETW-404
Contact	Allan	Reid	via	e-mail	for	further	information	areid@centennialcollege.
                                                                                            Introduction to testing Principles
                                                                                            and methodologies                                                             sQat-001
network Design                                                                   netW-406   Course	content	includes	test	planning	–	structured	and	object-oriented	software	
You	will	utilize	all	of	the	knowledge	learned	in	the	previous	courses	to	respond	           testing	techniques	and	strategies,	test	execution,	environments	and	case	design,	
to	an	RFP.	Each	case	describes	a	company	with	existing	networks	that	will	not	              inspection	techniques	–	verification	and	validation	techniques	and	software	
meet	their	needs	for	the	future.	You	must	design	a	new	network,	or	upgrade	                 project	metrics	–	metrics	and	how	to	use	them.
                                                                                            Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00	
the	existing	one,	taking	into	account	factors	such	as	legacy	equipment,	budget,	
                                                                                            TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                 DAY      TIMe                 LOC
new	technology	and	company	growth.	Alternatively,	you	may	investigate	new	
                                                                                            Fall	   801	       Sept	17	–	Oct	29	                    Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
technologies	as	a	solution	to	a	current	corporate	problem.	In	either	case,	the		
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	14	–	Feb	18	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
study	will	be	accomplished	in	groups	and	will	include	a	formal	written	report		             Spring	 841	       May	26	–	July	7	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
and	PowerPoint	presentation.
Prerequisite:	Wide	Area	Networking	NETW-405                                                 Writing testable requirements                                                 sQat-002
Contact	Allan	Reid	at	areid@centennialcollege.ca	for	further	information.                   This	course	provides	techniques	on	how	best	to	write	requirements.	With	properly	
                                                                                            written	requirements,	the	next	step	is	to	identify	a	set	of	tests	that	adequately	
Oracle                                                                                      cover	those	requirements.
                                                                                            Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Testing	Principles	and	Methodologies	SQAT-001	or	equivalent	
Introduction to oracle 11g sQL                                                   ComP-450   knowledge/experience
This	course	offers	an	extensive	introduction	to	data-server	technology.	The	class	          Hours:	30	                               	 Fee:	IC:	$413.00	
covers	the	concepts	of	both	relational	and	object	relational	databases	and	the	             TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                 DAY      TIMe                 LOC
powerful	SQL	programming	language.	You	are	taught	to	create	and	maintain	                   Fall	   801	       Nov	5	–	Dec	10	                      Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
database	objects	and	to	store,	retrieve	and	manipulate	data.	Learn	to	retrieve	             Winter	 821	       Mar	10	–	Apr	21	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
data	by	using	advanced	techniques	such	as	ROLLUP,	CUBE,	set	operators	and	                  Spring	 841	       July	14	–	Aug	25	                    Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
hierarchical	retrieval.	Learn	also	to	write	SQL	and	SQL*Plus	script	files	using	the	
iSQL*Plus	tool	to	generate	report-like	output.	Demonstrations	and	hands-on	                 selecting and Implementing software testing tools                             sQat-003
practice	reinforce	the	fundamental	concepts.                                                This	course	examines	the	automated	software	test	tool	environment	and	presents	
Recommended:	Introduction	to	Database	Concepts	COMP-122                                     discussions	of	which	types	of	tools	to	consider,	and	what	their	potential	impact	is	
Hours:	42	                          Fee:	IC:	$652.00	(incl.	Oracle	Kit)                     on	a	project	or	an	organization	–	selection	criteria	and	implementation	challenges	
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                LOC   are	discussed	in	depth.	Strategies	for	success	are	presented.
Fall	   801	       Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                     Th		     7-10	pm	            PRO   Prerequisite:	Writing	Testable	Requirements	SQAT-002	or	permission	of	dept.
Winter	 821	       Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                      Th		     7-10	pm	            PRO   Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00
Spring	 841	       May	10	–	Aug	9	                       Th		     7-10	pm	            PRO   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                 DAY      TIMe                 LOC
                                                                                            Winter	 821	       Jan	14	–	Feb	25	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
oracle 11g Database administration Fundamentals 1 ComP-451                                  Spring	 841	       May	26	–	July	7	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
This	course	is	designed	to	give	the	Oracle	database	administrator	(DBA)	a	firm	
foundation	in	basic	database	administrative	tasks.	You	will	gain	a	conceptual	              managing the testing Process                                                  sQat-004
understanding	of	the	Oracle	11g	database	architecture	and	how	the	architectural	            This	course	covers	the	tools	needed	to	succeed	as	test	managers.	Topics	covered	
structures	work	and	interact	with	one	another.	You	will	also	learn	how	to	create	           include	important	techniques,	critical	testing	processes,	fundamental	management	
an	operational	database	and	properly	manage	the	various	structures	in	an	                   skills,	the	contextual	issues	of	test	projects,	such	as	the	economics	of	testing,	the	
effective	and	efficient	manner	in	order	to	have	a	well-designed	and	operational	            test	effort	within	the	project,	hardware	resource	management,	the	test	lab	and	
database.	The	instructor-led	classes	are	reinforced	with	structured	hands-on	               what	tests	managers	should	know	about	testing	hardware	components.
practices.                                                                                  Prerequisite:	Selecting	and	Implementing	Software	Testing	Tools	SQAT-003	or	permission	of	
Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Oracle	11G	SQL	COMP-450	or	equivalent	knowledge	              dept.
Hours:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$652.00	(incl.	Oracle	Kit)                 Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00
TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                  DAY      TIMe                LOC   TeRM     SeC. #    DATe                                 DAY      TIMe                 LOC
Fall	   801	       Sept	11	–	Oct	30	                     Su	      9	am-4	pm	          PRO   Winter	 821	       Mar	10	–	Apr	21	                     Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
Winter	 821	       Jan	8	–	Feb	26	                       Su	      9	am-4	pm	          PRO   Spring	 841	       July	14	–	Aug	25	                    Sa		     9	am-3	pm	           PRO
Spring	 841	       May	6	–	June	17	                      Su	      9	am-4	pm	          PRO




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                                       software Quality assurance                                                    sQat-005       unix/Linux security                                                         Ceun-912
Computers and InformatIon teChnology
                                       Course	content	includes:	process	management	–	tailoring	software	processes,	                 Examine	role	of	Unix	security	in	a	typical	corporate	environment.	Learn	how	to	
                                       foundations	and	tools	of	software	quality	processes,	and	key	standards	and	                  safeguard	systems	using	the	standard	tools	that	are	packaged	with	every	Unix	
                                       guidelines	for	software	quality	engineering.	Additional	topics	are:	introduction	            distribution.	Learn	how	password	recovery	tools	work.	Explore	the	use	of	Unix		
                                       to	risk	management	–	the	importance	of	identifying,	mitigating	and	controlling	              as	a	firewall	and	VPN	platform.
                                       software	project	risks;	managing	projects	with	software	tools;	planning	for	                 Recommended:	Unix	System	Administration	CEUN-911	OR	equivalent	experience	
                                       tools	use	on	a	software	development	project;	and	configuration	management	–	                 administering	Unix
                                       processes	for	use	throughout	the	product	development	life.                                   Hours:	12	                         Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       Prerequisite:	Managing	the	Testing	Process	SQAT-004	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience       TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                       Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00                                      Fall	   801	      Oct	22	–	Oct	23	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                                                                                                                    Winter	 821	      Feb	25	–	Feb	26	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC
                                                                                                                                    Spring	 841	      June	23	–	June	24	                  Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       Spring	 841	        May	26	–	July	7	                    Sa		     9	am-3	pm	         PRO

                                       software testing automation tools                                                            unix/Linux Installation                                                     Ceun-913
                                                                                                                                    Emphasizing	the	use	of	Unix	as	a	secure	server	platform,	you	will	perform	instal-
                                       and Best Practices                                                            sQat-006
                                                                                                                                    lations	on	commodity	hardware	using	popular	freely	available	Unix	distributions	
                                       This	course	will	leverage	best	practices	in	industry	standards	in	Automation	
                                                                                                                                    based	on	BSD	and	Linux.	Review	package	selection,	hardware	requirements,	base	
                                       Tools	for	enabling	process	improvement,	particularly	in	defect	management,	
                                                                                                                                    system	installation,	initial	configuration	and	post-installation	security	checks.
                                       load	testing	and	functional	testing	leading	to	process	improvement	and	maturity	
                                                                                                                                    Recommended:	Unix	Systems	Administration	CEUN-911	and	Unix/Linux	Security	CEUN-912	
                                       throughout	the	testing	phases.	Hands-on	open	source	tools	and	proprietary	tools	             or	equivalent	experience
                                       will	be	utilized.                                                                            Hours:	12	                         Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       Prerequisite	:	Software	Quality	Assurance	SQAT-005	or	equivalent	knowledge/experience.       TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                       Hours:	30	                             Fee:	IC:	$413.00                                      Fall	   801	      Oct	29	–	Oct	30	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC      Winter	 821	      Mar	3	–	Mar	4	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       Spring	 841	        July	14	–	Aug	25	                   Sa		     9	am-3	pm	         PRO      Spring	 841	      July	7	–	July	8	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO

                                       Unix/Linux Systems Administration                                                            unix shell scripts                                                          Ceun-932
                                                                                                                                    This	course	introduces	Perl	and	compares	Perl	with	the	scripting	languages	
                                       Introduction to unix/Linux                                                    CemC-971       introduced	in	earlier	courses.	Topics	include	manipulating	text,	validating	user	
                                       This	course	provides	a	hands-on	introduction	to	Unix.	Examine	what	Unix	is	and	              input	and	formatting	output.	Learn	to	use	positional	parameters	and	variables	to	
                                       why	Unix	has	been	an	important	part	of	corporate	computing	and	the	Internet	                 pass	information,	and	use	conditional	constructs	to	have	scripts	make	decisions.
                                       for	more	than	a	quarter	century.	Learn	to	manipulate	files	and	navigate	the	file	            Recommended:	Unix/Linux	Operations	for	Users	CEUN-902	or	equivalent	experience	using	
                                       system.	Explore	Unix	desktop	environments.	Customize	user	accounts	and	login	                Unix
                                       shells.	Compare	the	standard	Unix	shells	and	construct	simple	shell	scripts.	Learn	          Hours:	12	                          Fee:	IC:	$	262.00
                                       how	different	Unix	variants	and	Linux	distributions	relate	to	each	other.                    TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                       Hours:	12	                               Fee:	IC:	$262.00                                    Fall	   801	      Oct	1	–	Oct	2	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC      Winter	 821	      Feb	4	–	Feb	5	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       Fall	   801	        Sept	17	–	Sept	18	                  Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      Spring	 841	      June	9	–	June	10	                   Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       Winter	 821	        Jan	21	–	Jan	22	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO
                                       Spring	 841	        May	26	–	May	27	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      Working with Linux graphical user Interfaces                                Ceun-951
                                                                                                                                    Linux	has	rapidly	emerged	as	a	competitive	desktop	computing	platform.	The	
                                       unix/Linux operations for users                                               Ceun-902       Linux	Terminal	Server	Project	(LTSP)	allows	organizations	to	redeploy	legacy	
                                       Learn	basic	methods	of	secure	shell	scripting.	Practise	writing	shell	scripts	to	            hardware	in	configurations	that	outperform	current	commercial	operating	systems	
                                       automate	tasks.	Compare	AWK	to	shell	scripts.	Use	scheduling	utilities	to	run	               at	a	fraction	of	the	price.	This	hands-on	course	shows	how	to	build	a	cost-
                                       routine	tasks	such	as	backups	in	off-peak	periods.                                           effective	networked	desktop	environment	with	LTSP.	Learn	how	to	install	LTSP	
                                       Prerequisite:	Introduction	to	Unix/Linux	CEMC-971	or	equivalent	experience                   and	configure	thin	clients	to	connect	to	an	LTSP	server	and	use	the	full	array	of	
                                       Hours:	12	                               Fee:	IC:	$262.00                                    corporate	desktop	applications.
                                       TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC      Recommended:	Completion	of	Unix	Shell	Scripts	CEUN-932	OR	equivalent	experience	with	
                                       Fall	   801	        Sept	24	–	Sept	25	                  Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      Unix
                                       Winter	 821	        Jan	28	–	Jan	29	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      Hours:	12	                         Fee:	IC:	$262.00
                                       Spring	 841	        June	2	–	June	3	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                                                                                                                    Fall	   801	      Nov	5	–	Nov	6	                      Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       unix systems administration                                                   Ceun-911       Winter	 821	      Mar	10	–	Mar	11	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       This	course	examines	Unix	system	administration	and	maintenance.	Learn	how	                  Spring	 841	      July	14	–	July	15	                  Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	        PRO
                                       to	maintain	user	accounts,	manage	file	systems,	run	backup	and	restore	utilities,	
                                       perform	data	integrity	checks	and	test	system	security.                                      Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
                                       Prerequisite:	Unix/Linux	Operations	for	Users	CEUN-902	or	equivalent	experience	using	Unix
                                       Hours:	12	                              Fee:	IC:	$262.00                                     Voice over IP – an Introduction                                             CCtC-550
                                       TeRM     SeC. #     DATe                                DAY      TIMe               LOC      Learn	the	concepts	of	VoIP	communications	and	how	this	exciting	new	technology	
                                       Fall	   801	        Oct	15	–	Oct	16	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      can	be	applied	to	a	business	or	home	environment.	Examine	the	equipment	and	
                                       Winter	 821	        Feb	11	–	Feb	12	                    Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      technology	that	allows	communication	to	occur	over	existing	IP	networks	and	
                                       Spring	 841	        June	16	–	June	17	                  Sa/Su	   9	am-4	pm	         PRO      learn	how	it	is	dramatically	reducing	the	cost	of	modern	telecommunications.	
                                                                                                                                    This	course	will	take	a	hands-on	approach	to	currently	available	technology	and	
                                                                                                                                    examine	everything	from	no-cost	solutions	for	personal	use	through	open	source	
                                                                                                                                    solutions	to	enterprise	level	solutions.	This	is	an	introductory	course	and	forms	the	
                                           What’s new?                                                                              basis	for	planned	future	offerings	in	VoIP.	
                                                                                                                                    Hours:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                           visit centennialcollege.ca/ce throughout the year for
                                                                                                                                    TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY      TIMe              LOC
                                           news and course updates.                                                                 Fall	   801	      Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                   Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO
                                                                                                                                    Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		     7-10	pm	          PRO




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advanced VoIP                                                                         CCtC-551         Wireless Technologies




                                                                                                                                                                                               Computers and InformatIon teChnology
This	course	is	a	continuation	of	VoIP–An	Introduction.	It	continues	the	
investigation	of	the	new	and	exciting	technology	delving	deeper	Into	the	available	                    Wireless Lans                                                              CCtC-565
protocols	and	procedures	for	Implementing	a	VoIP-based	system.	This	course	                            This	course	introduces	you	to	Wireless	LAN	technologies	focusing	on	the	design,	
will	take	a	hands-on	approach	to	currently	available	technology	and	examine	                           planning,	implementation,	operation	and	troubleshooting	of	Wireless	LANs.	It	
everything	from	no-cost	solutions	for	personal	use	through	open-source	solutions	                      provides	a	comprehensive	overview	of	technologies,	security,	implementation	and	
to	enterprise	level	solutions.                                                                         design	best	practices.	This	is	a	hands-on	course	and	will	emphasize	using	wireless	
Prerequisite:	Voice	Over	IP	–	An	Introduction	CCTC-550	or	permission	of	the	dept.                      technologies	as	an	extension	to	the	wired	network.
Hours:	42	                              Fee:	IC:	$340.00                                               Recommended:	an	understanding	of	networking	technology	and	a	familiarity	with	using	
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC      Cisco	equipment	such	as	that	gained	by	completing	CCTC-501	and	CCTC-503	(not	a	
Fall	   801	         Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                       W		       7-10	pm	               PRO      prerequisite).
Winter	 821	         Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                        W		       7-10	pm	               PRO      Hours:	42	                             Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                                                                                       TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe                 LOC
                                                                                                       Fall	   801	      Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                   W		    7-10	pm	             PRO
Designing and Implementing a VoIP solution                                            CCtC-552
                                                                                                       Winter	 821	      Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                    W		    7-10	pm	             PRO
This	course	examines	the	design	and	implementation	of	a	VoIP	solution	using	
both	commercial	and	open-source	solutions.	It	considers	such	issues	as	QoS,	
                                                                                                       Broadband Wireless                                                         CCtC-566
mobility,	wireless	and	security	and	how	they	relate	to	a	VoIP	solution.	You	will	
                                                                                                       This	course	concentrates	on	the	contents	of	the	IEEE	802.16-2004	and	802.16e-
work	in	groups	to	design	a	solution	for	a	business	environment	and	create	an	
                                                                                                       2005	standards	for	broadband	wireless	access	technology.	This	course	is	designed	
implementation	strategy	for	your	design.
                                                                                                       for	students	who	are	working	on	WiMAX	and	802.16e-based	products	and	
Prerequisite:	Advanced	VoIP	CCTC-551	or	permission	of	the	dept.	
                                                                                                       services,	or	expect	to	be	working	on	those	projects	soon.	Students	will	gain	a	
Hours:	42	                           	 Fee: IC:	$340.00
                                                                                                       fundamental	understanding	of	the	802.16	standards	and	the	activities	of	the	
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
Fall	   801	         Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                       W		       7-10	pm	               PRO
                                                                                                       WiMAX	Forum.
Winter	 821	         Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                        W		       7-10	pm	               PRO      Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                                                                                       TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe                 LOC
                                                                                                       Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		   7-10	pm	             PRO
Building a VoIP network using
                                                                                                       Winter	 821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		   7-10	pm	             PRO
open source software and tools                                                        CCtC-553
In	this	course,	various	open-source	software	solutions	will	be	examined.	The	
                                                                                                       Cellular networks                                                          CCtC-567
course	is	designed	to	provide	the	knowledge	and	skills	necessary	to	implement	a	
                                                                                                       This	course	provides	a	thorough	understanding	of	cellular	networks,	which	are	
low-cost	VoIP	solution	for	small	to	medium	businesses.	
                                                                                                       one	of	the	fastest	growing	segment	of	the	wireless	industry.	The	course	begins	
Prerequisite:	Advanced	VoIP	CCTC-551	or	permission	of	the	dept.
Hours:	42	                           Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                                                                                       with	the	evolution	of	cellular	systems	and	how	voice-oriented	systems	have	
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
                                                                                                       changed	to	accommodate	data	and	video	traffic.	Radio	propagation	mechanisms	
Fall	   801	         Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                       M		       7-10	pm	               PRO      particular	to	mobile	cellular	environment	are	examined.	Fundamentals	of	
Winter	 821	         Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                         M		       7-10	pm	               PRO      cellular	networks,	cellular	topology,	networking	planning	and	capacity	expansion	
                                                                                                       techniques,	mobility	management,	radio	resource	and	power	management	are	
advanced Voice Communications                                                         Cete-917         studied.	You	will	gain	an	insight	into	the	various	cellular	standards	used	in	the	
Learn	how	to	design	a	voice	network.	The	design	aspects	include	an	analysis	                           world.	The	course	provides	a	thorough	understanding	of	GSM/GPRS	CDMA	IS95,	
of	the	features	of	PBX,	Key,	Centrex	and	hybrid	systems,	and	the	application	of	                       and	services	provided	by	these	technologies.	Theory	is	supplemented	with	lab	
traffic	studies	for	network	optimization.	The	design	criteria	will	be	backed	up	with	                  experiments	using	state	of	the	art	equipment	for	testing	cellular	networks	and	
case	studies.	Implementation	includes	installation	of	the	network,	operation	and	                      mobile	handsets	according	to	3GPP	standards.	
management.                                                                                            Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00	
Hours:	42	                                 Fee:	IC:	$340.00	                  	                        TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe                 LOC
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC      Fall	   801	      Sept	15	–	Dec	15	                   Th		   7-10	pm	             PRO
Fall	   801	         Sept	14	–	Dec	14	                       W		       7-10	pm	               PRO      Winter	 821	      Jan	12	–	Apr	12	                    Th		   7-10	pm	             PRO
Winter	 821	         Jan	11	–	Apr	11	                        W		       7-10	pm	               PRO
                                                                                                       rF technology                                                              CCtC-568
Capstone Project                                                                      CCtC-906         This	course	introduces	you	to	radio	frequency	(RF)	transmission	in	both	wired	
This	course	will	utilize	all	of	the	knowledge	and	skills	gained	in	previous	courses	                   and	non-wired	(wireless)	media.	The	characteristics	of	signal	propagation	are	
to	develop	and	present	a	technical	solution	for	a	real-world	problem.	Students	will	                   introduced	and	numerous	definitions,	parameters	and	technical	measures	used	in	
work	as	part	of	a	multi-disciplinary	team	and	will	be	responsible	for	managing	the	                    the	RF	field	are	studied.	Simple	mathematical,	graphical	and	computer	methods	
entire	project	to	produce	a	technical	solution	that	is	acceptable	to	the	client.                       will	be	used	to	solve	a	variety	of	technical	problems.
Note: This is the final required course for both the Wireless Technologies Program Code 7680 and       Hours:	42	                            Fee:	IC:	$340.00
Voice over Internet Protocol Program Code 7681 certificates. All courses listed under the completion   TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe                 LOC
requirements for both certificates must be completed before registering for Capstone Project.          Fall	   801	      Sept	11	–	Dec	18	                   Su	    10	am-1	pm	          PRO
Hours:	14	                                    Fee:	IC:	$250.00	                 	                      Winter	 821	      Jan	8	–	Apr	22	                     Su	    10	am-1	pm	          PRO
TeRM      SeC. #     DATe                                    DAY       TIMe                   LOC
Fall	   801	         Sept	12	–	Dec	19	                       M		       7-8	pm	                PRO      Wireless Communications                                                    Cete-941
Winter	 821	         Jan	9	–	Apr	16	                         M		       7-8	pm	                PRO      Today’s	fast-paced	corporate	environment	requires	network	connectivity	to	
                                                                                                       be	available	anytime,	anywhere	–	without	the	restriction	of	wires.	This	course	
                                                                                                       will	explore	both	the	technology	that	is	currently	available,	as	well	as	the	
                                                                                                       various	standards	that	are	currently	in	place	and	those	under	development.	The	
                                                                                                       limitations	and	advantages	of	the	various	technologies	will	be	discussed	and	an	
                                                                                                       overview	of	the	process	of	designing	a	wireless	solution	will	be	explored.
                                                                                                       Hours:	42	                            	Fee:	IC:	$340.00
                                                                                                       TeRM    SeC. #    DATe                                DAY    TIMe                 LOC
                                                                                                       Fall	   801	      Sept	13	–	Dec	13	                   Tu		   7-10	pm	             PRO
                                                                                                       Winter	 821	      Jan	10	–	Apr	10	                    Tu		   7-10	pm	             PRO




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                                         Employment
                                         Training Centre
                                         The Centennial College Employment
                                         Training Centre offers services to help you
                                         determine the education you need that will
                                         help you to develop the skills required in
                                         high demand occupations. Programs start
                                         throughout the year and are from 12 weeks
                                         to 2 years+ in duration. Give yourself the
                                         advantage of an Ontario College
                                         educational experience in any of the following disciplines:
       the future of lear ning




                                            •	Business                                          •	Communications, Media and Design
                                            •	Engineering Technology                            •	Community and Health Studies
                                            •	Transportation                                    •	Hospitality, Tourism and Culture

                                         For more information, call our direct line: 416-289-5123 or
                                         e-mail: employmenttraining@centennialcollege.ca.




     Second Career
     Second Career is a program funded by the Ontario government to help people who
     have been laid off find new career opportunities in growing areas of the economy.

     Centennial has a dedicated Second Career team called The Employment Training Centre.
     This team is available to provide program information on admission requirements,
     credential assessment, academic upgrading and guidance through the Admission process.

                                                                                          At Centennial, we understand that change
                                                                                          can be unsettling, however, more often than
                                                                                          not, change brings opportunity. We admire
                                                                                          you for having the courage to embrace
                                                                                          change and we look forward to learning
                                                                                          together at Centennial!



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                                    The Engineering Technology programs




                                                                                                                                                                                   EnginEEring TEchnology and appliEd SciEncE
                                    and courses are offered in response to the
                                    increasing need for qualified personnel with
                                    a solid background and relevance to support
                                    current Engineering technologies. Participants
                                    will have the opportunity to learn a variety
                                    of skills in AutoCAD, CNC and CAD/CAM,
Contact: Mona Lam
                               Electrical Power Systems, Fluid Power, Industrial
: 416-289-5000, ext 2188      PLC/Robotics Control and more.
: mlam@centennialcollege.ca
                               Programs
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                               CNC and CAD/CAM........................................................................................................................68
                               Electrical Power Systems ................................................................................................................68
                               Fluid Power Technician ...................................................................................................................68
                               Industrial PLC/Robotics Control Specialist ......................................................................................68
                               Courses
                                AutoCAD                                                                      Electrical Power Systems
                                  AutoCAD Module 1                                              69             Electrical Fundamentals                                       71
                                  AutoCAD Module 2                                              69             Electrical Construction and Maintenance 1                     71
                                  AutoCAD Module 3                                              69             Electrical Construction And Maintenance 2                     71
                                  AutoCAD Module 4                                              69             Electrical Safety Code and Regulations                        71
                                  AutoLISP                                                      69             Electrical Systems and Control                                71
                                  Inventor Fundamentals – Level 1                               69           Environment Site Assessment
                                  Inventor Fundamentals – Level 2                               69             Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
                                                                                                                                                                             71
                                                                                                                 Phase 1, Part 1
                                  Inventor Fundamentals – Level 3                               69
                                                                                                               Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
                                Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration                                         Phase 1, Part 2
                                                                                                                                                                             71
                                  Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Module 1             70
                                                                                                             Fluid Power
                                  Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Module 2             70
                                                                                                               Pneumatics 1                                                  72
                                CNC and CAD/CAM                                                                Pneumatics 2                                                  72
                                  MasterCAM CAD                                                 70
                                                                                                               Pneumatics 3                                                  72
                                  Computer Numerical Control
                                                                                                70             Hydraulics 1                                                  72
                                  Manual Programming Mill 1
                                                                                                               Hydraulics 2                                                  72
                                  Computer Numerical Control
                                                                                                70
                                  Manual Programming Mill 2                                                    Hydraulics 3                                                  72
                                  CAD/CAM Vertical Mill 1                                       70           Industrial PLC/Robotics
                                  CAD/CAM Vertical Mill 2                                       70             Industrial PLC 1 – Allen Bradley                              72
                                  CAD/CAM Lathe 1                                               70             Industrial PLC 2 – Allen Bradley                              72
                                  CAD/CAM Lathe 2                                               70             Industrial PLC 3 – Omron/Siemens                              72
                                  CNC Manual Programming/Lathe 1                                71             Robotics Systems                                              72
                                  CNC Manual Programming/Lathe 2                                71             Industrial PLC Applications                                   72
                                  CNC Machine Tool Setup                                        71




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                                             AutoCAD                                                                                    Electrical Power Systems
EnginEEring TEchnology and appliEd SciEncE
                                             autoCaD Certificate – 7319                                                                 electrical Power systems Certificate – 7383
                                             This Certificate program provides architects, designers and illustrators with a            This program prepares you to service residential and industrial electrical systems
                                             working knowledge of AutoCAD for the development of computer-aided design,                 and provides you with a knowledge of a wide range of subjects within the power
                                             drafting and modeling. You will gain an understanding of AutoCAD commands                  system discipline. You will be able to use electrical equipment in troubleshooting
                                             and menu systems, learn manipulation and management tools for assembling                   and design basic electrical systems. Topics include study of two wire distribution
                                             and integrating drawings within project document sets, and work on simulated               lines, conductors, wiring methods, grounding bonding, protection and control,
                                             projects with industry professionals. This program is heavily lab-oriented, with           electrical equipment, motors and class 1 and class 2 circuits. This program
                                             hands-on opportunities using your personal terminal.                                       also includes the study of system behaviour, types and modes of control,
                                             ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                    programmable logic controllers, signal conditioners, transducers, servo amplifiers,
                                             CECA-931           AutoCAD Module 1                                                p. 69   thyristor controlled rectifiers, and AC and DC solid state speed control.
                                             CECA-932           AutoCAD Module 2                                                p. 69   ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                             CECA-933           AutoCAD Module 3                                                p. 69   CERB-601          Electrical Fundamentals                                     p. 71
                                             CEIV-100           Inventor Fundamentals – Level 1                                 p. 69   CERB-602          Electrical Construction and Maintenance 1                   p. 71
                                             CEIV-200           Inventor Fundamentals – Level 2                                 p. 69   CERB-603          Electrical Construction and Maintenance 2
                                             CEIV-300           Inventor Fundamentals – Level 3                                 p. 69   CERB-604          Electrical Safety Code and Regulations                      p. 71
                                                                                                                                        CERB-605          Electrical Systems and Control                              p. 71
                                             Please note that effective January 2011, the program model route changed.
                                             Please also be informed that the course AutoCAD Module 4 (CECA-934) and
                                             AutoLISP (CECA-935) will no longer be offered after Summer 2012.                           Fluid Power
                                             CNC and CAD/CAM                                                                            Fluid Power Technician Certificate – 7412
                                                                                                                                        This program is designed for those who wish to obtain a basic understanding
                                             CNC and CaD/Cam Certificate – 7413                                                         of fluid power systems. It provides you with an understanding of the basic
                                             This program is designed for those who wish to pursue a career as a CNC                    pneumatic system and the design and operation of each device (from compressor
                                             Machinist, CNC Programmer or CAD/CAM Programmer. Applicants who have prior                 to actuator) will be examined. You will also study the operation and design of
                                             experience in metal machining should consult with the program supervisor to                industrial pneumatic control circuitry. Topics include valves and actuators, pilot
                                             ensure proper course selection.                                                            circuitry, air logic systems, an examination of various types of solenoid valves,
                                             Prerequisite: Students should have knowledge of basic machining or permission of           electrical control using relays, electrical ladder logic diagramming and safety
                                             department.                                                                                circuits.
                                             ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                    ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                             Mandatory courses:                                                                         CERB-501          Pneumatics 1                                                p. 72
                                             CECA-900           MasterCAM CAD                                                   p. 70   CERB-502          Pneumatics 2                                                p. 72
                                             CECA-901           CNC Manual Programming Mill 1                                           CERB-503          Pneumatics 3                                                p. 72
                                             CECA-902           CNC Manual Programming Mill 2                                           CERB-504          Hydraulics 1                                                p. 72
                                             CECA-910           CNC Manual Programming Lathe 1                                  p. 71   CERB-505          Hydraulics 2                                                p. 72
                                             CECA-911           CNC Manual Programming Lathe 2                                  p. 71   CERB-506          Hydraulics 3                                                p. 72
                                             Plus one of the two groups of courses shown below:
                                             group 1 (Earns a Certificate in CAD/CAM Milling)                                           Industrial PLC/Robotics
                                             CECA-903         CAD/CAM Vertical Mill 1 CECA-903 and                              p. 70
                                             CECA-904         CAD/CAM Vertical Mill 2                                           p. 70   Industrial PLC/robotics Control specialist
                                             group 2 (Earns a Certificate in CAD/CAM Lathe)
                                             CECA-905         CAD/CAM Lathe 1 and                                               p. 70
                                                                                                                                        Certificate – 7347
                                             CECA-906         CAD/CAM Lathe 2                                                   p. 70   This program is designed for those who wish to obtain knowledge in Automation,
                                                                                                                                        Robotics and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) systems. The Allen-Bradley
                                                                                                                                        SLC 5/03 hardware and the Rockwell Automation software RSLogix 500 will be
                                                                                                                                        studied in depth. This program will also provide an introduction to Omron and
                                                Scheduled Holiday Closures                                                              Siemens brand PLC instruction sets. All aspects of basic PLC control systems will
                                                2011/2012                                                                               be covered. Omron and Siemens software will be used to complete hands-on lab
                                                2011       Mon., Aug 1           College Closed          Civic Holiday                  assignments that will provide invaluable practical experience. Topics also include
                                                           Mon., Sept 5          College Closed          Statutory Holiday              ABB Robots, pick and place programs, robot configurations, end effectors and TCP,
                                                           Mon., Oct 10          College Closed          Statutory Holiday              sensors, safety and maintenance, run chain and basic wiring diagrams and MMI
                                                2012       Mon., Feb 20          College Closed          Family Day                     (Man Machine Interface).
                                                           Fri., April 6         College Closed          Statutory Holiday              ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                                           Mon., May 21          College Closed          Statutory Holiday              CERB-101          Industrial PLC 1 – Allen Bradley                            p. 72
                                                                                                                                        CERB-102          Industrial PLC 2 – Allen Bradley                            p. 72
                                                           Mon., Jul 2           College Closed          Statutory Holiday              CERB-103          Industrial PLC 3 – Omron/Siemens                            p. 72
                                                           Mon., Aug 6           College Closed          Statutory Holiday              CERB-104          Robotic Systems                                             p. 72
                                                                                                                                        CERB-105          Industrial PLC Applications                                 p. 72




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AutoCAD                                                                            autoLIsP                                                                 CeCa-935




                                                                                                                                                                          EnginEEring TEchnology and appliEd SciEncE
                                                                                                                                                                          BuSinESS
                                                                                   AutoLISP is a computer programming language designed specifically for AutoCAD
autoCaD module 1                                                     CeCa-931      software. Once you are proficient in AutoLISP, you are able to increase your
Learn to use the most popular computer-aided design (CAD) software in the          performance and efficiency by manipulating system variables, creating new
world. Gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience AutoCAD’s command           commands and designing discipline-specific menus.
structure, including drawing, editing, dimensioning, hatching and plotting.        Prerequisite: AutoCAD Module 2 CECA-932
Hours: 21                            Fee: IC: $387.00                              Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY   TIME               LOC   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                   DAY   TIME              LOC
Fall     801      Sept 7 – Oct 19                   W     7-10 pm            PRO   Fall     801      Sept 8 – Oct 20                        Th    7-10 pm           PRO
         802      Sept 10 – Oct 22                  Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO            802      Oct 27 – Dec 8                         Th    7-10 pm           PRO
         803      Nov 2 – Dec 14                    W     7-10 pm            PRO   Winter   821      Jan 11 – Feb 22                        W     7-10 pm           PRO
         804      Oct 29 – Dec 10                   Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO            822      Mar 7 – Apr 18                         W     7-10 pm           PRO
Winter   821      Jan 11 – Feb 22                   W     7-10 pm            PRO   Spring   841      May 9 – June 20                        W     7-10 pm           PRO
         822      Jan 14 – Feb 25                   Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO            842      July 4 – Aug 15                        W     7-10 pm           PRO
         823      Mar 7 – Apr 18                    W     7-10 pm            PRO
         824      Mar 3 – Apr 14                    Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                                                                   Inventor Fundamentals – Level 1                                          CeIV-100
Spring   841      May 12 – June 23                  Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
         842      July 4 – Aug 15                   W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                   This course teaches the use of Inventors Design Support system to create parts and
                                                                                   assembly models of moderate complexity. In Level 1, you will become acquainted
autoCaD module 2                                                     CeCa-932      with Inventor and will be introduced to part modeling and working with sketches.
Expanding on the skills acquired in Module 1, you will learn additional commands   Emphasis will be placed on creating simple sketches, creating simple sketched
and techniques to develop drawings with greater complexity. Study commands         features, using work features and adding placed features to a part.
                                                                                   Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00
such as layers, blocks, attributes and external references, as well as enhanced
                                                                                   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                   DAY   TIME              LOC
plotting techniques.
                                                                                   Fall     801      Sept 13 – Oct 25                       Tu    7-10 pm           PRO
Prerequisite: AutoCAD Module 1 CECA-931
                                                                                   Winter   821      Jan 10 – Feb 21                        Tu    7-10 pm           PRO
Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00
                                                                                   Spring   841      May 7 – June 18                        M     7-10 pm           PRO
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY   TIME               LOC
Fall     801      Sept 13 – Oct 25                  Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
         802      Sept 10 – Oct 22                  Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                                                                   Inventor Fundamentals – Level 2                                          CeIV-200
         803      Nov 1 – Dec 13                    Tu    7-10 pm            PRO   In Level 2, you will focus on creating swept and loft features, part drawings,
         804      Oct 29 – Dec 10                   Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   assembly modeling fundamentals, adapting parts, advanced design tools and
Winter   821      Jan 10 – Feb 21                   Tu    7-10 pm            PRO   creating assembly drawings.
         822      Jan 14 – Feb 25                   Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   Prerequisite: Inventor Fundamentals – Level 1 CEIV-100
         823      Mar 6 – Apr 17                    Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
         824      Mar 3 – Apr 14                    Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00
Spring   841      May 12 – June 23                  Sa    12:30-3:30 pm      PRO
                                                                                   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                   DAY   TIME              LOC
         842      July 3 – Aug 14                   Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                   Winter   821      Jan 12 – Feb 23                        Th    7-10 pm           PRO
                                                                                            822      Mar 8 – Apr 19                         Th    7-10 pm           PRO
autoCaD module 3                                                     CeCa-933      Spring   841      May 10 – June 21                       Th    7-10 pm           PRO
This module will cover more advanced techniques to enhance AutoCAD                          842      July 5 – Aug 16                        Th    7-10 pm           PRO
productivity. As a continuation of Module 2, you will be given an in-depth
understanding of 3D wire-frame drawing, in addition to customizing AutoCAD         Inventor Fundamentals – Level 3                                          CeIV-300
through the use of script files.                                                   The purpose of this course is to provide you with the necessary skills to utilize
Prerequisite: AutoCAD Module 2 CECA-932                                            the Autodesk Inventor software to effectively generate 3D solid models of any
Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00                               mechanical component or assembly. This course builds upon the material covered
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY   TIME               LOC   in Inventor Fundamentals Level 2. You will be introduced to those software
Fall     801      Sept 8 – Oct 20                   Th    7-10 pm            PRO   features that are used in the following areas: creating and testing kinematic
         802      Sept 10 – Oct 22                  Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                                                                   assemblies, adding “detail” views to a drawing, adding “Bill Of Material” (BOM)
         803      Nov 3 – Dec 15                    Th    7-10 pm            PRO
         804      Oct 29 – Dec 10                   Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                                                                   information tables and number balloons to general assembly drawings, creating
Winter   821      Jan 12 – Feb 23                   Th    7-10 pm            PRO   exploded assembly presentation drawings, producing working drawings, and
         822      Mar 8 – Apr 19                    Th    7-10 pm            PRO   creating weldments.
Spring   841      May 10 – June 21                  Th    7-10 pm            PRO   Prerequisite: Inventor Fundamentals – Level 2 CEIV-200
         842      July 5 – Aug 16                   Th    7-10 pm            PRO   Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00
                                                                                   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                   DAY   TIME              LOC
autoCaD module 4                                                     CeCa-934      Spring   841      May 11 – June 22                       F     7-10 pm           PRO
This final module will offer an in-depth look at true 3D solid modelling using              842      July 6 – Aug 17                        F     7-10 pm           PRO
AutoCADs solid modeler. Learn new 3D commands and procedures to produce
various complex parts ready for rendering and CAM software.
Prerequisite: AutoCAD Module 3 CECA-933
Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00                                      register online!
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY   TIME               LOC
Fall     801      Sept 7 – Oct 19                   W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                          no lineups, no busy signals. visit
         802      Oct 26 – Dec 7                    W     7-10 pm            PRO          centennialcollege.ca/webreg to register online,
Winter   821      Jan 11 – Feb 22                   W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                          anytime! (See inside back cover for other ways
         822      Mar 7 – Apr 18                    W     7-10 pm            PRO
Spring   841      May 9 – June 20                   W     7-10 pm            PRO          to register.)




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                                             Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration                                                          Computer Numerical Control
EnginEEring TEchnology and appliEd SciEncE
                                                                                                                                               manual Programming mill 2                                               CeCa-902
                                             Basic air Conditioning and refrigeration module 1                                Cear-100         Advancing from simple to more complex part drawings, you will learn to prepare
                                             This course is designed to prepare you to play an active role in servicing and                    all types of part programs for a three-axis Machining Centre (Bridgeport VMC
                                             installing residential and domestic air conditioning and refrigeration systems.                   1000/22 – Fanuc 18i Control), including many types of canned cycles, cutter radius
                                             All individuals who handle refrigerants will have to be certified by attending                    compensation and sub-programming.
                                             an approved one-day environmental awareness training course with the HRAIC                        Prerequisite: Computer Numerical Control Manual Programming Mill 1 CECA-901
                                             (Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada). See also Air                   Hours: 21                            Fee: IC: $387.00
                                             Conditioning and Refrigeration ODP Code of Practice CECR-801.
                                                                                                                                               TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                             Prerequisite: Grade 10
                                                                                                                                               Fall     801      Sept 7 – Oct 19                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Hours: 24                             Fee: IC: $481.00                                                     802      Oct 29 – Dec 10                     Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                             TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                  DAY       TIME                    LOC   Winter   821      Jan 11 – Feb 22                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Fall     801        Sept 7 – Oct 26                       W         7-10 pm                 PRO            822      Mar 7 – Apr 18                      W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Winter   821        Jan 10 – Feb 28                       Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO   Spring   841      May 9 – June 20                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Spring   841        May 8 – June 26                       Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO
                                                                                                                                               CaD/Cam Vertical mill 1                                                 CeCa-903
                                             Basic air Conditioning and refrigeration module 2                         Cear-200                Today, all industries are served by the powerful tool known as CAD/CAM. When
                                             This course is a continuation of Module 1. In this advanced course, you will study                a computer is given the input of a geometrical shape, a CNC program can be
                                             practical service and installation of residential split systems, domestic and small               generated for extremely complex parts with little programming input. Upon
                                             commercial refrigeration systems.                                                                 course completion, you will be able to use the MasterCAM Software (X5) system
                                             Prerequisite: Basic Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Module 1 CEAR-100
                                                                                                                                               to produce a formatted CNC listing for a centre-line program.
                                             Hours: 24                               Fee: IC: $481.00                                          Hours: 21                               Fee: IC: $387.00
                                             TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                  DAY       TIME                    LOC
                                                                                                                                               TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                             Fall     801        Oct 31 – Dec 19                       M         7-10 pm                 PRO   Fall     801      Sept 13 – Oct 25                    Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Winter   821        Mar 6 – Apr 24                        Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO            802      Sept 10 – Oct 22                    Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                             Spring   841        July 3 – Aug 21                       Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO   Winter   821      Jan 10 – Feb 21                     Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Note: Students will receive a Recognition of Achievement on successful completion of both                  822      Jan 14 – Feb 25                     Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                             Modules 1 and 2.                                                                                  Spring   841      May 8 – June 19                     Tu    7-10 pm            PRO


                                             CNC and CAD/CAM                                                                                   CaD/Cam Vertical mill 2                                                 CeCa-904
                                                                                                                                               You will advance from centre-line to offset contour programming, pocketing
                                             masterCam CaD                                                                    CeCa-900         and zig-zag roughing routines. Using the Mastercam (X5) system, you’ll learn to
                                             Explore the CAD module of the MasterCAM software. Obtain a solid foundation                       produce a formatted CNC tape file for all types of three-axis programs.
                                             in the generation and manipulation of geometric shapes in this introductory CAD                   Prerequisite: CAD/CAM Vertical Mill 1 CECA-903
                                             course that serves as a prerequisite to all CAD/CAM courses. The hands-on lab will                Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00
                                             address all of the appropriate software menus in a 2D-environment.                                TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                             Hours: 21                                  Fee: IC: $387.00                                       Fall     801      Nov 1 – Dec 13                      Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                             TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                  DAY       TIME                    LOC            802      Oct 29 – Dec 10                     Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
                                             Fall     801        Sept 12 – Oct 31                      M         7-10 pm                 PRO   Winter   821      Mar 6 – Apr 17                      Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                                      802        Sept 10 – Oct 22                      Sa        12:30-3:30 pm           PRO   Spring   841      July 3 – Aug 14                     Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
                                                      803        Oct 29 – Dec 10                       Sa        12:30-3:30 pm           PRO
                                             Winter   821        Jan 14 – Feb 25                       Sa        12:30-3:30 pm           PRO   CaD/Cam Lathe 1                                                         CeCa-905
                                             Spring   841        May 12 – June 23                      Sa        12:30-3:30 pm           PRO   Using the MasterCAM (X5) software, create part geometry for various parts of
                                                                                                                                               medium complexity. Establish toolpaths and cutting parameters to generate a
                                             Computer Numerical Control                                                                        CNC program for a three-axis CNC Turning Centre (Mori-Seiki SL-150-Fanuc 16
                                             manual Programming mill 1                                                        CeCa-901         Control).
                                             Today, industrial opportunities for machinists with CNC programming skills are                    Prerequisites: MasterCAM CAD CECA-900, CNC Manual Programming Lathe 2 CECA-911
                                             universal. If you are familiar with the process of manual machining, then this                    Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00
                                             course will enable you to upgrade your skills by teaching you how to write a set                  TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                             of operational instructions for a Machining Centre (Bridgeport VMC 1000/22 –                      Fall     801      Sept 7 – Oct 19                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                                                                               Spring   841      May 9 – June 20                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                             Fanuc 18i Control) with a CNC program.
                                             Prerequisite: Basic Machining or permission of the department
                                             Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00
                                                                                                                                               CaD/Cam Lathe 2                                                         CeCa-906
                                             TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                  DAY       TIME                    LOC
                                                                                                                                               Expand the basic knowledge accrued in CAD/CAM 1. Generate geometry for
                                             Fall     801        Sept 13 – Oct 25                      Tu        7-10 pm                 PRO   complex parts using external and internal thread module. Define the common
                                                      802        Sept 10 – Oct 22                      Sa        9:30 am-12:30 pm        PRO   parameters and tool definitions. Use in Groove module, multi-repetitive cycle to
                                                      803        Oct 31 – Dec 12                       M         7-10 pm                 PRO   generate the CNC data to machine the part.
                                             Winter   821        Jan 14 – Feb 25                       Sa        9:30 am-12:30 pm        PRO   Prerequisite: CAD/CAM Lathe 1 CECA-905
                                             Spring   841        May 12 – June 23                      Sa        9:30 am-12:30 pm        PRO   Hours: 21                            Fee: IC: $387.00
                                                                                                                                               TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                                                                                                                               Fall     801      Nov 2 – Dec 14                      W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                                                                               Spring   841      July 4 – Aug 15                     W     7-10 pm            PRO
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CNC manual Programming/Lathe 1                                              CeCa-910     electrical Construction and maintenance 2                                    CerB-603




                                                                                                                                                                                       EnginEEring TEchnology and appliEd SciEncE
This introductory course in programming and operation of a Computer Numerical            Building upon your knowledge from CERB-602, you will become more proficient
Control (CNC) three-axis turning centre is designed for those already familiar           with the use of measuring instruments, trouble-shooting techniques and
with manual machining operations. It will prepare you to write an operational            understanding schematic diagrams. Studies also include two-wire distribution
instruction set for a Turning Centre (Mori-Seiki SL-150 – Fanuc 16 Control) with a       lines, single-phase and three-phase AC motors and three-phase transformers. Also
CNC program.                                                                             covered are DC motors basics, applications, torque versus speed characteristics
Prerequisite: Basic Machining or permission of the department                            and control techniques. AC motor basics are studied along with construction,
Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $387.00                                  applications, inrush currents, slip, torque, speed and power calculations.
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC   Prerequisite: Electrical Construction and Maintenance 1 CERB-602 or permission of the dept.
Fall     801       Sept 8 – Oct 20                     Th       7-10 pm            PRO   Hours: 42                                Fee: IC: $455.00
         802       Sept 10 – Oct 22                    Sa       1-4 pm             PRO   TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME                 LOC
         803       Oct 27 – Dec 8                      Th       7-10 pm            PRO   Fall     801       Sept 7 – Dec 7                      W        7-10 pm              PRO
         804       Oct 29 – Dec 10                     Sa       1-4 pm             PRO   Winter   821       Jan 11 – Apr 11                     W        7-10 pm              PRO
Winter   821       Jan 12 – Feb 23                     Th       7-10 pm            PRO   Spring   841       May 12 – Aug 11                     Sa       1-4 pm               PRO
Spring   841       May 12 – June 23                    Sa       1-4 pm             PRO
                                                                                         electrical safety Code and regulations                                       CerB-604
CNC manual Programming/Lathe 2                                              CeCa-911     This course introduces you to the Canadian Electrical code, and the
In this course, you’ll build upon skills already obtained and learn how to prepare       implementation of code for industrial and residential applications. Topics include
programs of greater complexity. Topics include multi-repetitive cycles, thread           conductors, wiring methods, grounding, bonding, protection and control, electrical
cutting sub-programs and C axis programming using the Mori-Seiki CNC SL-150.             equipment, motors and Class 1 and Class 2 circuits. Lectures, classroom exercises
Prerequisite: CNC Manual Programming/Lathe 1 CECA-910                                    and calculation (problems and solutions) will follow Canadian electrical code.
Hours: 21                           Fee: IC: $387.00                                     Prerequisite: Electrical Construction and Maintenance 2 CERB-603 or permission of the dept.
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC
                                                                                         Hours: 42                                Fee: IC: $455.00
Fall     801       Sept 12 – Oct 31                    M        7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                         TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME                 LOC
         802       Oct 29 – Dec 10                     Sa       1-4 pm             PRO
                                                                                         Fall     801       Sept 7 – Dec 7                      W        7-10 pm              PRO
Winter   821       Jan 16 – Mar 5                      M        7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                         Winter   821       Jan 12 – Apr 12                     Th       7-10 pm              PRO
         822       Mar 5 – Apr 16                      M        7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                         Spring   841       May 9 – Aug 8                       W        7-10 pm              PRO
Spring   841       July 4 – Aug 15                     W        7-10 pm            PRO

                                                                                         electrical systems and Control                                               CerB-605
CNC machine Tool setup                                                      CeCa-912
                                                                                         The course covers general electrical control components, wiring and motor
This course is designed to provide hands-on applied training to you in the
                                                                                         starting methods. Study of limit switches, sensors (inductive and capacitive),
operations and setup procedures for specific CNC machine tools (CNC vertical
                                                                                         photo sensors and ultrasonic sensors. You will cover basics of PLC operation,
Machine Centre). This hands-on course will give you the practical experience in
                                                                                         numbering system, terminology and programming. There is also an introduction
the required procedures associated with successful CNC machine to setup.
                                                                                         to AC drives.
Hours: 21                                Fee: IC: $387.00
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Electrical Construction and Maintenance 2 CERB-603 or permission of the dept.
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC
                                                                                         Hours: 42                                Fee: IC: $455.00
Fall     801       Sept 10 – Oct 22                    Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
Winter   821       Jan 14 – Feb 25                     Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME                 LOC
Spring   841       May 12 – June 23                    Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   Fall     801       Sept 8 – Dec 8                      Th       7-10 pm              PRO
                                                                                         Winter   821       Jan 12 – Apr 12                     Th       7-10 pm              PRO
                                                                                         Spring   841       May 10 – Aug 9                      Th       7-10 pm              PRO
Electrical Power Systems
electrical Fundamentals                                                     CerB-601     Environment Site Assessment
This course covers general electric circuit parameters and laws. Topics include
                                                                                         environmental site assessment (esa) Phase 1, Part 1                          Ceea-110
basic electric circuits, voltage sources, current sources, resistance, analysis of
                                                                                         This 21-hour course, based on CSA Z768 Standard and the Ontario Ministry of
DC and Class 1 and 2 circuits, and power considerations. Use of measuring
                                                                                         the Environment-proposed new Brownfield requirements for Phase I ESAs, will be
instruments such as DMM and oscilloscopes are also covered. The lectures are
                                                                                         presented by certified site assessors. Participants will be exposed to every aspect of
reinforced with hands-on lab experiments.
                                                                                         a Phase I ESA. Actual sites are used to illustrate environmental issues and to assist
Hours: 42                              Fee: IC: $455.00
                                                                                         in the determination of associated environmental risks. Successful completion
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC
Fall     801       Sept 9 – Dec 9                      F        7-10 pm            PRO   of the course will assist participants in achieving the academic requirements for
         802       Sept 10 – Dec 10                    Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   certification as a Certified Environmental Assessor of Sites (CEAS).
Winter   821       Jan 13 – Apr 20                     F        7-10 pm            PRO   Hours: 21                              Fee: IC: $460.00
         822       Jan 14 – Apr 14                     Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME                 LOC
Spring   841       May 11 – Aug 10                     F        7-10 pm            PRO   Fall     801       Sept 16 – Sept 18                   F/Sa/Su 9:30 am-4:30 pm       MOR
         842       May 12 – Aug 11                     Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO   Spring   841       May 18 – May 20                     F/Sa/Su 9:30 am-4:30 pm       MOR

electrical Construction and maintenance 1                                   CerB-602     environmental site assessment (esa) Phase 1, Part 2                          Ceea-200
You will become familiar with the use of measuring instruments, techniques               This practical one-day course will build on the material presented in CEEA-110.
for trouble-shooting electrical equipment and understanding schematic wiring             This course is designed to be hands-on and will involve the completion of an
diagrams. Topics include how AC generators work, AC wave form measurement,               actual Phase I ESA Report.
including instantaneous, RMS and Power Calculations, how transformers work               Prerequisite: Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Phase 1, Part 1 CEEA-110
introduction to protected, series, parallel and combination circuits, introduction to    Hours: 7                                Fee: IC: $240.00
two/three-wire distribution and hydro-electrical power commission regulations.           TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME                 LOC
Prerequisite: Electrical Fundamentals CERB-601 or permission of the dept.                Fall     801       Sept 19 – Sept 19                   M        9:30 am-4:30 pm      MOR
Hours: 42                                Fee: IC: $455.00                                Spring   841       May 21 – May 21                     M        9:30 am-4:30 pm      MOR
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC
Fall     801       Sept 13 – Dec 13                    Tu       7-10 pm            PRO
Winter   821       Jan 10 – Apr 10                     Tu       7-10 pm            PRO
Spring   841       May 10 – Aug 9                      Th       7-10 pm            PRO




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     Fluid Power                                                                               Industrial PLC/Robotics
     Pneumatics 1                                                               CerB-501       Industrial PLC 1 – allen Bradley                                         CerB-101
     This course will look at the operation and interaction of all components of               This course introduces you to the Allen Bradley SLC-503 Programmable Logic
     an industrial compressed air system. Topics include: Pascals law, Gas laws,               Controllers (PLC) basic instruction set. Topics include on/off-line PLC programming
     compressors, receivers, air dryers, filters, regulators and lubricators, and an           techniques, relays, timers, and counters. You will be using the AB PLC Logix
     introduction to valves and cylinders.                                                     window software.
     Hours: 42                               Fee: IC: $455.00                                  Hours: 36                                 Fee: IC: $408.00
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC    TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY   TIME               LOC
     Fall     801      Sept 7 – Dec 7                      W       7-10 pm              PRO    Fall     801       Sept 13 – Nov 29                     Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 11                     W       7-10 pm              PRO    Winter   821       Jan 10 – Mar 27                      Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
     Spring   841      May 9 – Aug 8                       W       7-10 pm              PRO    Spring   841       May 8 – July 24                      Tu    7-10 pm            PRO

     Pneumatics 2                                                               CerB-502       Industrial PLC 2 – allen Bradley                                         CerB-102
     This course is the extension of Pneumatics 1 CERB-501. This course covers the             You will learn the additive sequence programming techniques, AB Panel view 550
     operation and design of industrial pneumatic control circuitry. Topics include            operator station, and be introduced to AB PLC process applications.
     valves and actuators (such as cylinders, air motors, air/oil systems), pilot circuitry,   Prerequisite: Industrial PLC 1 – Allen Bradley CERB-101
     cascaded systems and air logic systems.                                                   Hours: 42                                Fee: IC: $455.00
     Prerequisite: Pneumatics 1 CERB-501                                                       TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY   TIME               LOC
     Hours: 42                           Fee: IC: $455.00                                      Fall     801       Sept 7 – Dec 7                       W     7-10 pm            PRO
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC    Winter   821       Jan 11 – Apr 11                      W     7-10 pm            PRO
     Fall     801      Sept 13 – Dec 13                    Tu      7-10 pm              PRO    Spring   841       May 9 – Aug 8                        W     7-10 pm            PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 10 – Apr 10                     Tu      7-10 pm              PRO
     Spring   841      May 8 – Aug 7                       Tu      7-10 pm              PRO    Industrial PLC 3 – omron/siemens                                         CerB-103
                                                                                               You will be introduced to the Omron and Siemens PLC basic instruction set. Topics
     Pneumatics 3                                                               CerB-503       include on/off-line PLC programming techniques, relays, timers and counters. You
     This course is the extension of Pneumatics 2 CERB-502. This course covers the             will be using the Omron and Siemens window software. In addition, basic motor
     operation and design of industrial electrical/pneumatic control circuitry. Topics         controls will be introduced.
     include electrical/pneumatic relay circuits, ladder logic circuits, manual controls,      Hours: 42                                 Fee: IC: $455.00
     automatic controls, and emergency and safety controls.                                    TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY   TIME               LOC
     Prerequisite: Pneumatics 2 CERB-502                                                       Fall     801       Sept 8 – Dec 8                       Th    7-10 pm            PRO
     Hours: 42                               Fee: IC: $455.00                                  Winter   821       Jan 12 – Apr 12                      Th    7-10 pm            PRO
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC    Spring   841       May 8 – Aug 7                        Tu    7-10 pm            PRO
     Fall     801      Sept 8 – Dec 8                      Th      7-10 pm              PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 12 – Apr 12                     Th      7-10 pm              PRO    robotics systems                                                         CerB-104
     Spring   841      May 10 – Aug 9                      Th      7-10 pm              PRO    This course introduces you to ABB Robots. Topics include pick and place programs,
                                                                                               robot configurations, end effectors and TCP, sensors, safety and maintenance, run
     Hydraulics 1                                                               CerB-504       chain and basic wiring diagrams, and MMI (Man Machine Interface).
     This course is an introduction to the basics of hydraulic systems. Topics include         Prerequisite: CERB-101 and CERB-102
     terms and definitions, Pascals law and related calculations, basic hydraulic system       Hours: 42                                 Fee: IC: $455.00
     and components, symbols and schematics, safety, flow and pressure losses.                 TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY   TIME               LOC
     Hours: 42                               Fee: IC: $455.00                                  Fall     801       Sept 10 – Dec 10                     Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC    Winter   821       Jan 14 – Apr 14                      Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
     Fall     801      Sept 8 – Dec 8                      Th      7-10 pm              PRO    Spring   841       May 12 – Aug 11                      Sa    9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 12 – Apr 12                     Th      7-10 pm              PRO
     Spring   841      May 10 – Aug 9                      Th      7-10 pm              PRO    Industrial PLC applications                                              CerB-105
                                                                                               This course gives you an opportunity to apply knowledge and techniques learned
     Hydraulics 2                                                               CerB-505       from previous courses (CERB-103 PLC and CERB-104 Robotics) on industrial
     This course is the extension of Hydraulics 1 CERB-504. This course is basic               production line in the laboratory. You will acquire advance programming skills and
     hydraulic circuit and systems. Topics include pump types, directional control and         system signals interfacing. Topics include the study of a real-time application with
     pressure valves, flow meters, hydraulic system diagnosis and fluid conductors.            the Robots, PLC, conveyors, motion controls and vision systems.
     Prerequisite: Hydraulics 1 CERB-504                                                       Prerequisite: CERB-103 and CERB-104
     Hours: 42                               Fee: IC: $455.00                                  Hours: 42                           Fee: IC: $455.00
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC    TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY   TIME               LOC
     Fall     801      Sept 14 – Dec 14                    W       7-10 pm              PRO    Fall     801       Sept 9 – Dec 9                       F     7-10 pm            PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 11                     W       7-10 pm              PRO    Winter   821       Jan 13 – Apr 20                      F     7-10 pm            PRO
     Spring   841      May 9 – Aug 8                       W       7-10 pm              PRO    Spring   841       May 11 – Aug 10                      F     7-10 pm            PRO

     Hydraulics 3                                                               CerB-506
     This course is the extension of Hydraulics 2 CERB-505. Look deeper into the
     operation and components of hydraulic systems. Topics include motor types, Hi-Lo              What’s new?
     systems, variable pumps, open and closed loop transmission, contamination and
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     filters, and cartridge valves.
     Prerequisite: Hydraulics 2 CERB-505                                                           news and course updates.
     Hours: 42                             Fee: IC: $455.00
     TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY     TIME                 LOC
     Fall     801      Sept 13 – Dec 13                    Tu      7-10 pm              PRO
     Winter   821      Jan 10 – Apr 10                     Tu      7-10 pm              PRO
     Spring   841      May 8 – Aug 7                       Tu      7-10 pm              PRO




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                                              General education courses offered at




                                                                                                                                            General education and MatheMaticS
                                              Centennial are designed to provide benefits
                                              to one or more of three aims: learner’s
                                              personal growth and enrichment, informed
                                              citizenship and working life, as well as
                                              meeting the diverse learning needs of our
                                              part-time students.

Contact: Ingrid Henry
                                        Mathematics is important in many disciplines
: 416-289-5000, ext. 3357       and helps learners develop critical skills in problem
: ihenry@centennialcollege.ca   solving. Students will take mathematics as part
   • General Education
                                 of a well-rounded engineering, applied science
Contact: Najam Khaja             or architectural program. Others may wish to
: 416-289-5000, ext. 8284       study one of the many branches of mathematics
: nkhaja@centennialcollege.ca
   • Math and Physics            to prepare for a future program of interest in the
                                 sciences or social sciences.
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                                 General education and Math courses
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                                 General Education                                    Mathematics
                                   Contemporary Canada: Places, People           74     Mathematics of Finance                         76
                                   and Perspectives
                                                                                        Mathematics of Finance 1                       76
                                   Occupational Health and Safety                74
                                                                                        Mathematics of Finance 2                       76
                                   Personal Finance                              74
                                                                                        Technology Mathematics 1                       76
                                   Principles of Psychology                      74
                                                                                        Mathematics for Computer Systems 2             76
                                   Principles of Sociology                       74
                                                                                        Technology Mathematics 2                       76
                                   Social Psychology                             74
                                                                                        Functions Number Systems                       76
                                   Wellness Approach to Stress Management        74
                                                                                        Mathematics 2                                  76
                                   Healthy Lifestyle Management                  74     Technology Mathematics 3                       77
                                   Developmental Psychology                      74     Discrete Mathematics                           77
                                   Ethics in Business                            74     Statistics for Applied Science                 77
                                   Geography and Tourism                         75     Differential Calculus with Analytic Geometry   77
                                   Exploring Customer Service                    75     Integral Calculus                              77
                                   Popular Culture in the 21st Century           75     Mathematics for Computer Systems 3             77
                                   Tech, Society, Ethics and Environment         75     Calculus                                       77
                                   Dynamics of Women’s Lives                     75     Statistics                                     77
                                   Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to   75     Applied Physics                                77
                                   Social Action




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                                    General Education                                                                          Wellness approach to stress Management                                  Gned-137
General education and MatheMaticS
                                                                                                                               Learn how to effectively cope with stress at home, at school and at work using
                                    contemporary canada: Places, People                                                        a holistic approach. Explore the elements of a balanced lifestyle, such as active
                                    and Perspectives                                                           Gned-105        living, relaxation and healthy relationships. Learn how to manage time, pace
                                    You will critically explore Canada’s geography, its past, its peoples, its political and   and change. You will participate in presentations, discussions, reflection and
                                    socio-economic institutions, and national and international relationships in order         awareness exercises, as well as behaviour change planning.
                                    to arrive at an understanding of our present. You will learn about, reflect upon           hours: 45                            Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    and analyze Canadian issues, their roots, their meaning today and their influence          TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
                                    on our future. Throughout the course, you will find that the topics will explore the       Fall     801      Sept 14 – Dec 14                  W       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    challenges we face as Canadians. By its very nature, this course requires flexibility      Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 18                   W       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    to respond effectively to current issues affecting Canada during the semester.             Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                   M/W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC      healthy lifestyle Management                                            Gned-140
                                    Fall     801      Sept 12 – Dec 19                   M         7-10 pm            PRO      College students are establishing patterns of living that may well affect their long-
                                    Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 16                     M         7-10 pm            PRO      term health and well-being. This course is an introduction to wellness and the
                                                                                                                               process of behaviour change. The emphasis throughout the course is empowering
                                    occupational health and safety                                             Gned-126
                                                                                                                               you to take control of your personal health and lifestyle habits through deliberate
                                    Through lectures, discussions and tutorials, learn the fundamental concepts of
                                                                                                                               choices and consistent effort that will establish life long patterns for overall
                                    occupational health and safety.
                                                                                                                               health and well-being. It provides current facts and principles that provide the
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
                                                                                                                               basis for incorporating physical activity and other healthy lifestyle practices into
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC
                                    Fall     801      Sept 12 – Dec 19                   M         7-10 pm            PRO      your daily lives. Information will be presented dealing with a variety of topics
                                             802      Sept 14 – Dec 14                   W         7-10 pm            ASH      such as the role exercise plays in overall health, behavioural change principles,
                                    Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 16                     M         7-10 pm            PRO      high-performance nutrition, sleep hygiene, ergonomics and back care. Topics
                                             822      Jan 11 – Apr 18                    W         7-10 pm            ASH      related to wellness and diversity such as gender, age, income, disability, race and
                                    Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                    M/W       7-10 pm            PRO      ethnicity will be highlighted throughout the course. Lab sessions will provide the
                                             842      May 8 – June 26                    Tu/Th     7-10 pm            ASH      opportunity to learn and practise a variety of activities that will enhance health
                                                                                                                               and well-being.
                                    Personal Finance                                                           Gned-127        hours: 45                            Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    Acquire lifelong skills for making the most of your financial resources. Apply             TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
                                    concepts of economic risk and financial security in the preparation of your                Fall     801      Sept 14 – Dec 14                  W       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    personal financial plan. Project your future needs and design an investment plan           Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 18                   W       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    that will work towards your goals. Learn how to promote your financial stability
                                                                                                                               developmental Psychology                                                Gned-144
                                    by researching current literature on personal finance issues.
                                                                                                                               This course offers a survey of developmental psychology, covering topics across
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC
                                                                                                                               the human lifespan, from infancy through to old age. Through readings and
                                    Fall     801      Sept 13 – Dec 13                   Tu        7-10 pm            ASH      lecture material, you will examine theories of child development and the research
                                    Winter   821      Jan 10 – Apr 17                    Tu        7-10 pm            ASH      that bears on these theories. You will also examine development across the
                                                                                                                               physical, social, emotional and cognitive domains. Finally, major themes in the
                                    Principles of Psychology                                                   Gned-129        study of developmental psychology including, the nature-nurture issue, the effects
                                    This course spans several important areas of psychology – the scientific                   of early experience, and continuity-discontinuity in developmental change will be
                                    method, learning development, personality, abnormality and therapy, among                  addressed.
                                    others. It includes a comprehensive coverage of the basic concepts, principles             hours: 45                            Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    and terminology that are pertinent to each area, and the interpretation and                TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
                                    application of findings drawn from recent research and theory, as well as classic          Fall     801      Sept 13 – Dec 13                  Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
                                    studies.                                                                                   Winter   821      Jan 10 – Apr 17                   Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70       OL: $365.70                   ethics in Business                                                      Gned-147
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC      Learn about ethical considerations in contemporary business. Examine moral
                                    Fall     801      Sept 14 – Dec 14                   W         7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                                                               frameworks and develop a model for ethical decision-making. Apply these
                                    Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 18                    W         7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                                                               frameworks and the decision-making model to ethical dilemmas and decisions.
                                    Spring   841      May 8 – June 26                    Tu/Th     7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                                                               Enhance your awareness of ethical issues and moral reasoning skills.
                                                                                                                               hours: 45                            Fee: IC: $304.70     OL: $365.70
                                    Principles of sociology                                                    Gned-130
                                                                                                                               TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
                                    Survey basic concepts and themes with particular reference to North America.
                                                                                                                               Fall     801      Sept 12 – Dec 19                  M       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    Study the mass media of communication, social movements, class structure,                  Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 16                    M       7-10 pm            PRO
                                    problems of alienation and theories of social change.                                      Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                   M/W     7-10 pm            PRO
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70       OL: $365.70
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC
                                    Fall     801      Sept 14 – Dec 14                   W         6:30-9:30 pm       ASH
                                    Winter   821      Jan 11 – Apr 18                    W         6:30-9:30 pm       ASH

                                    social Psychology                                                          Gned-135
                                    Develop skills for influencing and relating to other people by studying the
                                    methods and findings of psychologists in the field of social relationships. Apply
                                    the principles of social thinking to everyday experience, and examine theories of
                                    social relations and apply them to behaviour.
                                    hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
                                    TERM     SEC. #   DATE                               DAY       TIME               LOC
                                    Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 16                     M         7-10 pm            PRO




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Geography and tourism                                                         Gned-159    dynamics of Women’s lives                                              Gned-213




                                                                                                                                                                                  General
                                                                                                                                                                                  BuSineSS education and MatheMaticS
This course examines the world landscapes as well as associated cultural and              This introductory women’s studies course examines women’s issues, experiences
historical phenomena. Contemporary theories in the earth sciences such as                 and rights from multiple perspectives. While the course provides a historical
geological time, plate tectonics, processes of erosion and factors affecting climate      overview of Western women’s movements, this approach is balanced by a solid
are explored. The course is intended for students who wish to know more about             grounding in women’s actions and struggles around the world. Taking a global
how the physical, cultural and historical elements of the world landscape combine         focus then, the course explores the forms of gender bias that women are exposed
to make each designated region interesting and unique.                                    to and experience in relation to work, the family, legal and social policies,
hours: 45                                Fee: IC: $304.70       OL: $365.70               relationships, media, reproduction, violence and society in the broader global
TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                DAY       TIME              LOC   context.
Fall      801       Sept 14 – Dec 14                    W         7-10 pm           PRO   hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
Spring    841       May 7 – June 27                     M/W       7-10 pm           PRO   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
                                                                                          Fall     801      Sept 13 – Dec 13                  Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
exploring customer service                                                    Gned-160    Winter   821      Jan 10 – Apr 17                   Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
All employees provide service to either external or internal customers. This              Spring   841      May 8 – June 26                   Tu/Th   7-10 pm            PRO
course examines the customer service skills required to succeed in today’s
business environment. Providing service that consistently exceeds the customer’s          Global citizenship: From social analysis
expectations is both challenging and rewarding. This course helps you to learn            to social action                                                       Gned-500
skills that support your career, your personal growth and your working life.              This course presents a foundational and unique look at the history, roots and
hours: 45                                Fee: IC: $304.70       OL: $365.70               impact of inequality and discrimination related to issues of social justice, energy,
TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                DAY       TIME              LOC   the environment and technology, both in Canada and globally. You will explore
Fall      801       Sept 15 – Dec 15                    Th        7-10 pm           PRO   personal and social responsibility to be good citizens, in your communities, personal
Winter    821       Jan 12 – Apr 19                     Th        7-10 pm           PRO   lives and work environments, hence preparing yourself to work in multicultural,
Spring    841       May 10 – Aug 16                     Th        7-10 pm           PRO
                                                                                          diverse and global work environments. Emphasis will be on the impact and
                                                                                          responsibility shared by individuals and societal systems to ensure equality and
Popular culture in the 21st century                                           Gned-169    justice, and inclusion. You will develop a portfolio that highlights program-related
Popular Culture in the 21st Century will explore questions at the heart of our
                                                                                          learning and that reflects your experience of diversity in college life.
changing world. Using examples from our everyday lives – whether they are                 hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $304.70
the experience of “going for a coffee”, voting for your favourite Canadian Idol,          TERM     SEC. #   DATE                              DAY     TIME               LOC
watching a music video or shopping at the Eaton Centre – this course analyzes             Fall     801      Sept 12 – Dec 19                  M       7-10 pm            PRO
and contextualizes some of the most important features of culture in the 21st                      802      Sept 14 – Dec 14                  W       7-10 pm            MOR
century.                                                                                           803      Sept 15 – Dec 15                  Th      7-10 pm            PRO
hours: 45                                Fee: IC: $304.70                                          804      Sept 13 – Dec 13                  Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                DAY       TIME              LOC            805      Sept 10 – Dec 17                  Sa      9 am-noon          PRO
Fall      801       Sept 14 – Dec 14                    W         7-10 pm           PRO   Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 16                    M       7-10 pm            PRO
Winter    821       Jan 11 – Apr 18                     W         7-10 pm           PRO            822      Jan 11 – Apr 18                   W       7-10 pm            MOR
                                                                                                   823      Jan 12 – Apr 19                   Th      7-10 pm            PRO
tech, society, ethics and environment                                         Gned-212             824      Jan 10 – Apr 17                   Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
                                                                                                   825      Jan 14 – Apr 21                   Sa      9 am-noon          PRO
This course provides you with an understanding of the impact of technology on
                                                                                          Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                   M/W     7-10 pm            PRO
society and the environment. The course examines ethical issues governing social,                  842      May 9 – Aug 15                    W       7-10 pm            MOR
technological and environmental policies, and the impact of their implementation.                  843      May 12 – Aug 18                   Sa      9:30 am-12:30 pm   PRO
You will learn to analyze, question and resolve ethical dilemmas by developing                     844      May 8 – June 26                   Tu/Th   7-10 pm            PRO
a personal framework for ethical and moral decision-making. You will explore                       845      May 8 – Aug 14                    Tu      7-10 pm            PRO
your responsibilities in your personal and professional lives, in the community
and in the global environment. Class discussions will include privacy versus
law enforcement, access to information, freedom of speech versus control of
content, stem-cell research and medical advances in the context of culture, global               mycentennial
warming, green energies and sustainable technologies.
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                                    Mathematics                                                                                       technology Mathematics 1                                                     Math-140
General education and MatheMaticS
                                                                                                                                      Study basic algebra, graphing and elementary trigonometry. Topics include
                                       Before registering for a Mathematics course                                                    order of operations, fractions and decimals, exponents, approximate numbers,
                                       You Will need to be assessed                                                                   percentages, formulas, systems of linear equations, graphs of algebraic functions
                                       If you would like to study math at the college level, we need to determine                     and elementary trigonometry.
                                       which of our courses is right for you. We do this by having you demonstrate                    Prerequisite: A score of 16 to 34 on the engineering mathematics assessment. Please call the
                                                                                                                                      Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300 to book your assessment.
                                       your current math skills in an assessment. We then use this information to
                                                                                                                                      hours: 60                                Fee: IC: $388.35
                                       match your skills with the course from which you will benefit the most.
                                                                                                                                      TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                          To register for an assessment of your skills, please call 416-289-5300 or                   Fall     801       Sept 19 – Nov 23                     M/W      6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                       book online at centennialcollege.ca/assessment. If you have any questions,                     Winter   821       Jan 23 – Mar 28                      M/W      6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                       please e-mail assessmentcentre@centennialcollege.ca. We will assign                            Spring   841       May 8 – July 12                      Tu/Th    6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                       a student number to you (if you don’t already have one) and book your
                                       assessment appointment.                                                                        Mathematics for computer systems 2                                           Math-169
                                          Two weeks after you write your assessment, call our Call Centre at                          This is a first-year course in mathematics for computer systems. Through classroom
                                       416-289-5300 and have your student number on hand to identify yourself                         instruction, you will study the fundamental mathematics required to solve related
                                       to the Call Centre Representative who will advise you which math course                        problems encountered in computer systems. As well, you will be introduced to
                                       you are eligible to register in.                                                               set theory. You will also be familiarized with various concepts relating to modular
                                          If you have a documented disability, such as a learning disability, that                    systems.
                                       requires testing accommodation, please call 416-289-5000, ext. 2627 or                         hours: 45                                 Fee: IC: $299.40
                                       e-mail csd@centennialcollege.ca                                                                TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                       Note: If a course requires a minimum test score as an entrance prerequisite, you will need     Fall     801       Sept 7 – Nov 14                      M/W      6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                       to arrange for an assessment. For details, call 416-289-5300.
                                                                                                                                      technology Mathematics 2                                                     Math-170
                                    Mathematics of Finance                                                            Math-106        Explore more advanced topics in algebra and trigonometry, including angle
                                    Topics include fractions and decimals, basic algebraic operations, linear equations               measure, inverse trigonometric functions, arc length and area, law of sines and
                                    and formula rearrangement, graphs, simultaneous equations, ratio, proportion and                  cosines, as well as graphs of trigonometric functions. Algebraic topics include
                                    percent, discounts and retail pricing, simple and compound interest, equations of                 factoring, algebraic fractions and operations, and quadratics.
                                    value and ordinary annuities.                                                                     Prerequisite: Technology Mathematics 1 MATH-140 or a score of at least 35 on the
                                    Prerequisites: A score of 24 to 39 on the business mathematics assessment or permission of        engineering mathematics assessment. Please call the Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300
                                    the dept. Please call the Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300 to book your assessment.              to book your assessment.
                                    hours: 60                               Fee: IC: $388.35                                          hours: 45                              Fee: IC: $299.40
                                    TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                   DAY       TIME                   LOC   TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                    Fall     801        Sept 20 – Nov 24                       Tu/Th     6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   Fall     801       Sept 6 – Dec 13                      Tu       6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                    Winter   821        Jan 24 – Mar 29                        Tu/Th     6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   Winter   821       Jan 14 – Apr 21                      Sa       8:30-11:30 am         MOR
                                    Spring   841        May 8 – July 12                        Tu/Th     6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   Spring   841       May 10 – June 28                     Tu/Th    6:30-9:30 pm          MOR


                                    Mathematics of Finance 1                                                          Math-118        Functions number systems                                                     Math-175
                                    This is the first of a two-part course. Topics include fractions, decimals, signed                You will be exposed to concepts related to number systems and functions. As
                                    numbers, laws of exponents and basic algebra.                                                     well, you will learn about the fundamentals of algebra, matrices, solving systems
                                    Prerequisites: A score of 16 to 23 on the business mathematics assessment. Please call the        of linear equations, and sequences and series. You will also be familiarized with
                                    Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300 to book your assessment.                                        binary, octal and hexadecimal bases.
                                    hours: 60                               Fee: IC: $388.35                                          Prerequisite: A score of at least 16 on the engineering mathematics assessment. Please call
                                    TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                   DAY       TIME                   LOC   the Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300 to book your assessment.
                                    Fall     801        Sept 19 – Nov 23                       M/W       6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   hours: 45                                Fee: IC: $299.40
                                    Winter   821        Jan 23 – Mar 28                        M/W       6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                    Spring   841        May 7 – July 11                        M/W       6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   Winter   821       Jan 18 – Apr 25                      W        6:30-9:30 pm          MOR

                                    Mathematics of Finance 2                                                          Math-119        Mathematics 2                                                                Math-176
                                    This is the second of a two-part course. Topics include trade and cash discount,                  This is a course covering intermediate topics in algebra. Also studied will be
                                    retail pricing, simple interest, equations of value and promissory notes. The course              exponents and radicals, the solution of logarithmic and exponential equations,
                                    also covers compound interest topics, including present value and interest for                    growth and decay, and log-log and semi-log graphing. It is intended for those
                                    fractional periods. Further topics include nominal, effective and equivalent rates of             of you studying in the Biological and Environmental Technician and Technology
                                    interest. This course concludes with ordinary annuities.                                          programs. Students registered in these programs must have, at or prior to program
                                    Prerequisites: Mathematics for Finance MATH-118, a score of 40 to 45 on the business              entry, demonstrated achievement of the prerequisite mathematical skills based
                                    mathematics assessment or permission of the dept. Please call the Assessment Centre at            on an assessment of your Engineering Mathematics pre-test results. The course is
                                    416-289-5300 to book your assessment.
                                                                                                                                      also available to you if you have successfully completed MATH-140, Technology
                                    hours: 60                                Fee: IC: $388.35
                                                                                                                                      Mathematics 1.
                                    TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                   DAY       TIME                   LOC
                                                                                                                                      Prerequisites: Technology Mathematics 1 MATH-140. A score of at least 35 on the
                                    Fall     801        Sept 19 – Nov 23                       M/W       6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   engineering mathematics assessment. Please call the Assessment Centre at 416-289-5300 to
                                    Winter   821        Jan 23 – Mar 28                        M/W       6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   book your assessment.
                                    Spring   841        May 8 – July 12                        Tu/Th     6:30-9:30 pm           PRO   hours: 60                             Fee: IC: $388.35
                                                                                                                                      TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                                                                                                                      Spring   841       May 8 – July 12                      Th       6:30-9:30 pm          MOR




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technology Mathematics 3                                                     Math-180   integral calculus                                                         Math-232




                                                                                                                                                                                  General education and MatheMaticS
This course is the last in a series of first-year technology mathematics courses        Topics include indefinite and definite integrals of algebraic functions, applications
that provide students with a sound pre-calculus mathematical background. While          of integration to motion analysis, area evaluation, volumes of revolution, inverse,
operations with exponents and radicals are thoroughly covered, a major portion          exponential and logarithmic functions, and integration techniques.
of the course is devoted to algebraic methods of solution of various types of           hours: 60                              Fee: IC: $388.35
equations including quadratic, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and those        TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                 DAY     TIME               LOC
which contain radicals. The applications of mathematical concepts and methods of        Fall     801      Sept 19 – Nov 23                     M/W     6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
solving a variety of typical scientific and technical problems are also emphasized.     Spring   841      May 7 – July 11                      M/W     6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Prerequisite: Technology Mathematics 2 MATH-170 or permission of the dept.
hours: 45                              Fee: IC: $299.40                                 Mathematics for computer systems 3                                        Math-269
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC   This is a second-year course in probability and statistics for computer systems. The
Fall     801      Sept 7 – Dec 14                     W        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   course will cover descriptive statistics and probability. As well, the course will deal
         802      Sept 10 – Dec 17                    Sa       8:30-11:30 am      OL    with the normal distribution, inferential statistics and linear regression.
Winter   821      Jan 19 – Apr 26                     Th       6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   Prerequisites: MATH-169
Spring   841      May 10 – June 28                    Tu/Th    6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   hours: 45                              Fee: IC: $299.40
                                                                                        TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                 DAY     TIME               LOC
discrete Mathematics                                                         Math-185   Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                      M/W     6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
This is a first-year mathematics course in discrete mathematics. Through
classroom instruction, you will study the fundamental mathematics required to           calculus                                                                  Math-285
solve related problems encountered in discrete mathematics. As well, you will be        Through classroom instruction, students will study topics in differential and
introduced to combinatorics and discrete probability. You will also be familiarized     integral calculus.
with various concepts in set theory, logic and Boolean algebra.                         Prerequisite: Technology Mathematics 3 or permission of the dept.
hours: 45                             Fee: IC: $299.40                                  hours: 60                             Fee: IC: $388.35
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC   TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                 DAY     TIME               LOC
Fall     801      Sept 8 – Dec 15                     Th       6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   Fall     801      Sept 20 – Nov 24                     Tu/Th   6:30-9:30 pm       MOR

statistics for applied science                                               Math-186   statistics                                                                Math-316
This is a mathematics course for the Biotechnology/Environmental Protection             This is an introductory course in elementary descriptive and inferential statistics.
Technician and Technology programs. Statistics topics covered include the basics        Prerequisite: Technology Mathematics 2 or permission of the dept.
of elementary descriptive statistics, fundamental probability, the normal and           hours: 60                             Fee: IC: $388.35
standard-normal-probability distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis          TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                 DAY     TIME               LOC
testing.                                                                                Winter   821      Jan 23 – Mar 28                      M/W     6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Prerequisite: Mathematics 2 MATH-176 or permission of the dept.
hours: 45                           Fee: IC: $299.40                                    applied Physics                                                           PhYs-100
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC   This is a basic physics course in kinematics and dynamics.
Fall     801      Sept 8 – Dec 15                     Th       6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   Prerequisite: MATH-140 or MATH-170 are the corequisite.
Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                     M/W      6:30-9:30 pm       MOR   hours: 45                           Fee: IC: $299.40
                                                                                        TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                 DAY     TIME               LOC
differential calculus with analytic Geometry                                 Math-231   Spring   841      May 7 – June 27                      M/W     6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Topics include straight line equations, conic sections, the limit concept, average
and instantaneous rates of change, the derivative as a limit, higher-order
derivatives, differentials and approximate values, curve sketching and maximum-
minimum problems, logarithmic and exponential functions, trigonometric,                        counselling at centennial
hyperbolic and inverse functions.                                                              centennial students can get career and personal
hours: 60                             Fee: IC: $388.35
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY      TIME               LOC          advice by contacting our career and counselling
Winter   821      Jan 24 – Mar 29                     Tu/Th    6:30-9:30 pm       MOR          centre at 416-289-5000, ext. 2627,
         822      Jan 23 – Mar 28                     M/W      6:30-9:30 pm       OL
                                                                                               e-mail: counselling@centennialcollege.ca,
Spring   841      May 8 – July 12                     Tu/Th    6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
                                                                                               website: centennialcollege.ca/counselling.




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                                       Health Studies is deeply involved in what matters
                                       most in the health-care field. We offer practice
                                       experiences and skill competency development
                                       opportunities for committed health-care
                                       professionals who value quality and relevance in
                                       their educational experience. As an established
                                       leader in post-secondary and post-graduate health
                                       education, we are continually adjusting to the
Contact: Charleen LaPalme
                                   changing landscape of health care and embracing
: 416-289-5000, ext. 8072
                                   emerging knowledge, trends and technologies in
: clapalme@centennialcollege.ca   the field. Based at the Morningside Campus, post-
                                   graduate, part-time programs and professional
Contact: Ingrid Henry              interest courses are integrated with, and benefit
: 416-289-5000, ext. 3357         directly from, the nursing, health and wellness
: ihenry@centennialcollege.ca     academic leadership of our Health Studies faculty.
   • Addiction Studies             This allows us to offer a broad range of programs
   • Counselling Skills            and courses supported by e-learning, practice lab
   • First Aid and CPR Courses
   • Fitness Courses               and simulation lab facilities in a technology-intensive
                                   campus environment. Not only will you benefit from
                                   high standards of academic quality and relevant
                                   curriculum but you can study in an environment
                                   that recognizes the extra effort it requires for you to
                                   continue your studies.
                                   Programs
                                   • Addiction Studies .....................................81    • RN Individual Courses
                                   • Bridging to University Nursing .................83               » IV Therapy .........................................91
                                   • Bridging to University                                           » Health Assessment Skills for RN ........92
                                     Paramedicine (Online) ..............................81           » Post-Anaesthesia Care ......................92
                                   • Counselling Skills .....................................81       » RN Comprehensive Exam Review......91
                                   • Emergency Management – NEW .............81                       » RN-CTAS (The Canadian Triage
                                   • First Aid and CPR Courses ............................              and Acuity Scale) ..............................91
                                   • Fitness Courses ........................................86   • Registered Practical Nurse Certificates
                                   • Infection Prevention and Control                                 » Practical Nursing Bridging
                                        (CHICA Canada Course) .......................87                  Program for IENs ..............................83
                                   • Long Term Care                                                   » RPN Operating Room .......................82
                                        » Activation Techniques in                                    » RPN to BScN Bridging Nursing
                                           Gerontology .....................................81           – Hybrid Delivery ..............................94
                                   • Massage and Holistic Therapist                               • RPN Individual Courses
                                     Professional Development                                         » Health Assessment Skills
                                        » Reflexology.......................................90           for RPN .............................................93
                                   • Medical Esthetics Practitioner ..................81              » Introduction to Human
                                   • Pharmacy Technician Bridging .................87                    Body Systems ...................................93
                                   • Registered Nurse Certificates                                    » RPN Comprehensive
                                        » Oncology Nursing ............................82                Exam Review ....................................93
                                        » Perinatal Nursing .............................82           » Sterile Supply Processing ..................84
                                        » RN Critical Care................................82
                                        » RN Nursing Telehealth ......................82
                                        » RN Perioperative Nursing .................82

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         Activation Techniques in gerontology                                          Practical Nursing Bridging Program for
           Functional Limitations In Mental Health                            84       Internationally Educationed Nurses (IEN)
           Interpersonal and Group Interactions                               84         Introduction to Nursing in Ontario – NEW                                                  89
           Introduction to Activation                                         84         Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 1 – NEW                                                   89
           Overview of the Field of Aging                                     84         Nursing Practice in Ontario 1 – NEW                                                       89
           Physiology of Aging and Activation                                 84         Health Assessment: A Holistic Approach – NEW                                              90
           Practicum in Activation                                            84         Pathophysiology/Pharmacotherapeutics 1                                                    90
           Promoting Cognitive and Social Abilities                           85         Issues, Trends and Leadership in Nursing – NEW                                            90
           Promoting Physical Abilities                                       85         Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 2                                                         90

         Addiction Studies                                                               Nursing Practice in Ontario 2 – NEW                                                       90
           Introduction to Addiction Studies                                  85         Pathophysiology/Pharmacotherapeutics 2 – NEW                                              90
           Introduction to Pharmacology                                       85         Preceptorship – NEW                                                                       90
           Addiction Interventions                                            85       Massage and Holistic Therapist Professional Development
           The Counselling Process                                            85         Reflexology                                                                               90
           Individual Counselling                                             85       RN Critical Care Nursing
           Group and Family Counselling                                       85         Critical Care Advanced Nursing Practice                                                   91
           Seminar in Addiction Studies                                       85         Critical Care Clinical Practice                                                           91
           Criminal Justice System vs. Chemical Dependency                    85         Critical Care Concepts 1                                                                  91
           Professional Ethics                                                85         Critical Care Concepts 2                                                                  91
           Human Development                                                  85         Intensive Care Nursing                                                                    91

         Bridging to University Paramedicine (Online)                                    Post-Anaesthesia Care Nursing                                                             92
           Bridging Pathophysiology                                           86       RN Individual Courses
           Bridging Pharmacology                                              86         IV Therapy                                                                                91

         Counselling Skills                                                              Health Assessment Skills for RN                                                           91
           The Counselling Process                                            86         Post-Anaesthesia Care Nursing                                                             91
           Individual Counselling                                             86         RN Comprehensive Examination Review                                                       91
           Group and Family Counselling                                       86         RN – CTAS (The Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale)                                          91
           Professional Ethics                                                86       RN Nursing Telehealth
         First Aid and CPR                                                               Assessment and Communication in Telepractice                                              92
           Standard First Aid (SFA) including CPR/AED Level C or HCP          96         Ethics and Legalities in Telehealth                                                       92
           CPR/AED Level HCP                                                  97         Informatics for Nursing Telepractice                                                      92
           CPR/AED Level C Recertification, BLS-REC                           97         Nursing Telehealth Theory and Practice                                                    93
           CPR/AED Level C, BLS-C                                             98         Telepractice Preceptorship                                                                93
           CPR/AED Level HCP Recertification, BLS-HCP                         98       RPN Individual Courses
         Fitness Courses                                                                 Health Assessment Skills for RPN                                                          93
           Essentials of Personal Training Symposium – NEW                    86         Introduction to Human Body Systems                                                        93
           Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning Symposium – NEW   86         RPN Comprehensive Exam Review                                                             93
           Infection Prevention and Control                                   87       RPN Operating Room
         Medical Esthetics Practitioner                                                  Operating Room Practicum                                                                  93
           Introduction to Medical Esthetics for Nurses                       87         Perioperative Lab for RPN                                                                 93
           Medical Esthetics for Nurses: Laser and Light Therapies            87         Perioperative Theory for RPN                                                              93
           Medical Esthetics for Nurses: Cosmetic Injectables                 87       RPN to BScN Bridging Nursing – Hybrid Delivery
         Pharmacy Technician Bridging                                                    Acute And Chronic Illness Practice                                                        94
           Bridging Pharmacology for RPT                                      87         Acute and Chronic Illness Theory                                                          94
           Management of Drug Distribution Systems                            87         Advanced Communication and Leadership                                                     94
           Product Preparation                                                88         Community Nursing Practice                                                                94
           Professional Practice                                              88         Community Nursing Theory                                                                  94

         Oncology Nursing                                                                Ethics and Professional Practice                                                          94
           Introduction to Oncology Nursing                                   92         Family-Centred Nursing Theory                                                             95
           Advanced Oncology Nursing                                          92         Health Assessment                                                                         95
           Counselling Skills in Oncology                                     92         Mental Health and Crisis Management Theory                                                95
           Seminars in Oncology Nursing                                       92         Mental Health Nursing Practice                                                            95
           Practicum in Oncology Nursing                                      92         Nursing Knowledge: Historical and Future Perspectives                                     95

         Perinatal Nursing                                                               Nursing Research                                                                          95
           Antepartum Nursing                                                 88         Pathotherapeutics                                                                         95
           Fundamentals of Fetal Health Surveillance in Labour                88       Sterile Supply Processing
           Intrapartum Nursing                                                88         Introduction to Sterile Supply                                                            96
           Introduction to Breastfeeding                                      88         Inventory Control                                                                         96
           Introduction to Perinatal Nursing                                  88         Reprocessing 1 – Decontamination                                                          96
           Neonatal Nursing                                                   88         Reprocessing 2 – Sterilization                                                            96
           Neonatal Resuscitation – Provider Level                            88         Sterile Supply Practicum                                                                  96
           Perinatal Nursing Practicum                                        88         Surgical Instrumentation                                                                  96
           Postpartum Nursing                                                 89       * Please note for students currently enrolled in the Complementary Care Holistic Practitioner
         RN Perioperative Nursing                                                       Certificate program, all courses must be completed by December, 2012. Please contact the
           Perioperative Nursing Practicum                                    89        program coordinator at 416-289-5000, ext 8059 to discuss an individualized plan that
                                                                                        identifies the courses you require for program and certificate completion.
           Perioperative Nursing Theory                                       89
           Perioperative Nursing Lab                                          89

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                                                                                                                                                                                           Business
 CLINICaL PLaCemeNT reQuIremeNTs:                                                                   Bridging to university Paramedicine (online)
 You will be required to complete and submit the following items in order to                        Certificate – 9103
 attend clinical placement for your program:
                                                                                                    This comprehensive program is designed to provide applicants eligibility for
       • Clear Vulnerable Police Check (valid for one year) – Students living in                    admission to the Joint Paramedicine Bachelor of Science Degree program offered
         the Metro Toronto area will need to visit our office located at                            by Centennial College and the University of Toronto. Applicants who have not
         Morningside Campus, room 352, to fill out the application form.                            completed Centennial’s two-year paramedic diploma program must complete this
                                                                                                    bridging program (9103) in order to be eligible for admission to UTSC. Graduates
       • Standard First Aid (valid for three years) and CPR-HCP Level
                                                                                                    of the Bridging to University program (formerly known as “Paramedic Fast Track”)
         (valid for one year)
                                                                                                    will receive a Centennial College Paramedic diploma (if not a diploma grad
       • Mask Fit Test (valid for two years)                                                        already) or Letter of Equivalency (for current diploma grads) and be given the
       • Mandatory Medical Requirements (eg. Hep. B, Flu Shot, MMRs,                                opportunity to complete additional UTSC admission requirements.
         Polio, Tetanus, etc.)                                                                            Completion of this program will prepare the student for University level
                                                                                                    education and promote success in the Paramedicine Degree program. A diploma
 Procedures and other information for the above requirements will be included                       from Centennial College will offer the graduate 7.0 full credit equivalents
 in your welcome package upon acceptance into the program.                                          towards a four-year honors science degree. This program is available to all levels
                                                                                                    of Paramedics who have completed an Ontario MTCU approved Paramedic
                                                                                                    certificate/diploma program or out-of-province Paramedic graduates who have
                                                                                                    received equivalency. For more information about this joint program visit
activation Techniques in gerontology                                                                www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~jtprogs/paramedicine/index.html.
Certificate – 7921                                                                                        For further information, contact Walter Tavares at 416-289-5000, ext 8018,
                                                                                                    or e-mail wtavares@centennialcollege.ca.
This post-graduate program prepares you for employment in an activation role
in a variety of long-term care settings. Learn how to assist the multidisciplinary                  aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                                                                                    1. Ambulance and Emergency Care Certificate or *Primary Care Paramedic Diploma
team in achieving optimal physical, mental, social and spiritual functioning of                        (original transcripts must be provided from an Ontario College)
clients through the design and implementation of individual and group activity                      2. Ontario EMCA/AEMCA certificate
programs. Our program combines concepts from aging and activity planning with
                                                                                                    ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
practical application through field experiences.                                                    PARA-536           Bridging Pharmacology                                       p. 86
This program will be offered at the MOR Campus (755 Morningside Ave)                                PARA-540           Bridging Pathophysiology                                    p. 86
aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
1. Diploma in Healthcare, Kinesiology or related field.
   New regulations from the government: http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/source/
                                                                                                    Counselling skills Certificate – 7159
   regs/english/2010/elaws_src_regs_r10079_e.htm#BK78                                               This program provides the theoretical applications of counselling through
ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                             presentations, role-playing and case studies. Topics include psychosocial
Mandatory Courses:                                                                                  development, counselling theories and crisis management. For more information,
GN-100               Overview of the Field of Aging                                         p. 84   call 416-289-5000, ext. 3357.
GN-103               Interpersonal and Group Interactions                                   p. 84
GN-110               Introduction to Activation                                             p. 84   ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
GN-111               Physiology of Aging and Activation                                     p. 84   ADDN-113           The Counselling Process                                     p. 85
GN-112               Functional Limitation on Mental Health                                 p. 84   ADDN-114           Individual Counselling                                      p. 85
GN-113               Promoting Physical Abilities                                           p. 85   ADDN-115           Group and Family Counselling                                p. 85
GN-114               Promoting Cognitive and Social Abilities                               p. 85   ADDN-119           Professional Ethics                                         p. 85
GN-115               Practicum in Activation                                                p. 84
                                                                                                    emergency management Certificate NEW
addiction studies Certificate – 7929                                                                Coming Soon. Check our website for details.
The multidisciplinary focus of this program combines theoretical concepts with
practical applications. It uses a variety of teaching methods such as case studies,                 medical esthetic Practitioner Certificate – 7989
role-playing and presentations. Practical Counselling theory and skills are
                                                                                                    This program allows RN/RPNs to develop skills needed to perform facial esthetic
integrated in this program. A flexible timetable is provided to accommodate work
                                                                                                    services in medical spas. It combines up-to-date theoretical knowledge combined
schedules. All courses are approved for study credit by the Canadian Addiction
                                                                                                    with an advanced clinical component. This program addresses trends and the
Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF – Phone 519-772-0533).
                                                                                                    explosion of medical-esthetic industry. Canada is experiencing unprecedented
This program is also available in an accelerated modular format. For further information,
please visit the web at: centennialcollege.ca/parttime/addiction                                    growth in the medical-spa industry, more than half of these clinics/spas are in
                                                                                                    Ontario. There is a demand for trained nurses to fill positions as RN/RPN Esthetic
ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
ADDN-110             Introduction to Addiction Studies                                      p. 85   Practitioners to assist plastic surgeons and dermatologists with a wide variety of
ADDN-111             Introduction to Pharmacology                                           p. 85   treatments, including “physician facials,” injectables and laser resurfacing, pre-
ADDN-112             Addiction Interventions                                                p. 85   and post-operative care and many other treatments. Add a new dimension to your
ADDN-113             The Counselling Process                                                p. 85   capabilities and gain insider knowledge to make transitioning into a medical-spa
ADDN-114             Individual Counselling                                                 p. 85   venue an exciting leap towards a new career.
ADDN-115             Group and Family Counselling                                           p. 85
                                                                                                    For more information, call Jane Wilson at 416-5000, ext 4654.
ADDN-116             Seminar in Addiction Studies                                           p. 85
ADDN-118             Criminal Justice System vs. Chemical Dependency                        p. 85   aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
ADDN-119             Professional Ethics                                                    p. 85   1. Current Certificate of Registration from the College of Nurses in Ontario
ADDN-121             Human Development                                                      p. 85   ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
Note: The College strongly recommends that you have at least one full year of sobriety prior to     MEPN-110           Introduction to Medical Esthetics for Nurses                p. 87
commencing the program.                                                                             MEPN-111           Medical Esthetics for Nurses: Laser and Light Therapies     p. 87
                                                                                                    MEPN-112           Medical Esthetics for Nurses: Cosmetic Injectables          p. 87




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         oncology Nursing Certificate – 7925                                                                   rN Critical Care Nursing Certificate – 7910
         This graduate certificate program is designed for nurses currently working                            This graduate certificate program is designed to assist the RN In developing the
         or planning to work with oncology patients and their families in a variety of                         knowledge and skills necessary to provide specialized care for the critically ill
         settings and includes courses in: Introductory and Advanced Oncology Nursing;                         patient and is offered as an online program with classroom tutorial support.
         Counselling Skills and Seminars on current topics in Oncology Nursing.                                These courses are online and teacher facilitated according to the size of the class.
              Contact janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5000, ext 8066.                              Contact janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5000, ext 8066.
                                                                                                               aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
         ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                                                                                               1. Health Assessment Skills course or equivalent with a C grade
         LT-401               Introduction to Oncology Nursing                                         p. 92
                                                                                                               2. Current Certificate of Registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario
         LT-402               Advanced Oncology Nursing                                                p. 92
         LT-403               Counselling Skills in Oncology                                           p. 92   ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
         LT-404               Seminars in Oncology Nursing                                             p. 92   CECC-401              Critical Care Concepts 1                                                   p. 91
         LT-405               Practicum in Oncology Nursing                                            p. 92   CECC-402              Critical Care Concepts 2                                                   p. 91
         NUPD-408             Health Assessment Skills for RN                                          p. 91   CECC-404              Intensive Care Nursing                                                     p. 91
                                                                                                               CECC-410              Post-Anaesthesia Care Nursing                                              p. 92
                                                                                                               CECC-903              Critical Care Clinical Practice                                            p. 91
         Perinatal Nursing Certificate – 7922                                                                  CECC-904              Critical Care Advanced Nursing Practices                                   p. 91
         This graduate certificate program is for nurses currently employed or planning                        Note: All of the material is online and the class meets for the more difficult material in class, in
         to work in any area of maternal/newborn field within a level 1 or level 2 care                        order to go over it person to person with the teacher.
         centre. It provides you with the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude to work in
         a Labour and Delivery, Antepartum, Postpartum or Special Care/Level 2 nursery                         rN Nursing Telehealth Certificate – 7964
         setting. Other topics covered include issues pertaining to family-centred maternal/
                                                                                                               Nursing Telehealth is one of the fastest growing areas in nursing today. It is
         newborn care and women’s health. For more information, call 416-289-5303 or
                                                                                                               essential for nurses working in Telehealth to have the knowledge, skills and
         416-289-5000, ext 8009.
                                                                                                               training in order to provide safe, effective health care. Accessibility to continuing
         ThIs Program Is CurreNTLy uNDer revIsIoN. PLease CheCk The weBsITe                                    education in the area of Telehealth is made possible by offering the entire
         for furTher INformaTIoN.
                                                                                                               program online.
         aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNT                                                                                      Contact janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5000, ext 8066.
         1. Current Certificate of Registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario
                                                                                                               aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
         ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                               1.   Current registration in province/state
         MO-401               Introduction to Perinatal Nursing                                        p. 88   2.   Three years clinical experience recommended
         MO-402               Antepartum Nursing                                                       p. 88   3.   Excellent English verbal communication skills
         MO-403               Intrapartum Nursing                                                      p. 88   4.   Health Assessment course or equivalent
         MO-404               Neonatal Nursing                                                         p. 88   5.   Basic computer skills including internet literacy
         MO-405               Postpartum Nursing                                                       p. 89
         MO-406               Perinatal Nursing Practicum                                              p. 88   ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
         MO-408               Fundamentals of Fetal Health Surveillance in Labour                      p. 88   TELE-405              Informatics for Nursing Telepractice                                       p. 92
         MO-409               Neonatal Resuscitation – Provider Level                                  p. 88   TELE-406              Assessment and Communication in Telepractice                               p. 92
         MO-421               Introduction to Breastfeeding                                            p. 88   TELE-407              Ethics and Legalities in Telehealth                                        p. 92
                                                                                                               TELE-408              Nursing Telehealth Theory and Practice                                     p. 93
         Notes:                                                                                                TELE-409              Telepractice Preceptorship                                                 p. 93
         1. May apply for transfer of credit for: Neonatal Nursing – Provider Level MO-409 and
            Introduction to Breastfeeding MO-421.
         2. All clinical placement requirements must be completed prior to entrance to the practicum.          rPN operating room Certificate – 7945
                                                                                                               The RPN perioperative nursing program curriculum is current, innovative and
         rN Perioperative Certificate – 7094                                                                   reflects the trends and changes that are occurring in the perioperative workplace.
                                                                                                               The program will provide you with theory (in-class or online) a hands on
         The RN Perioperative Nursing program is current and innovative, reflecting
                                                                                                               simulated operating room lab experience, and a clinical placement/practicum
         the trends and changes that are occurring in the perioperative workplace. The
                                                                                                               within teaching or acute care community hospital operating rooms. Graduates of
         program is grounded by, and reflects the national competencies as outlined in,
                                                                                                               this program will function as entry-level scrub nurse practitioners in a variety of
         the Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada: Standards, Competencies and
                                                                                                               specialty areas such as acute care hospital operating rooms, labour and delivery
         Position Statements for Perioperative Registered Nursing Practice. The program
                                                                                                               suites, ambulatory practice settings and private surgery clinics.
         offers classroom theory and hands-on simulated operating room lab, as well as
         clinical placement in teaching and community hospitals.                                               aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNT
                                                                                                               1. Current College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) Certificate of Registration.
               Graduates of this program will function as entry-level practitioners and will                   2. Practical Nursing Program graduates with pending CNO registration may apply to
         be prepared to work in a variety of specialty areas such as acute-care hospital                          the program but must have their CNO registration and documentation complete
         operating rooms, labour and delivery suites, ambulatory practice settings and                            before enrolling and attending the clinical practicum (NP-410).
         private surgery clinics.                                                                              ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
         aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                                NP-410                Operating Room Practicum                                                   p. 93
         1. One year of recent post-graduate clinical nursing experience is strongly recommended               NP-413                Perioperative Theory for RPN                                               p. 93
         2. Field Placement Requirements                                                                       NP-414                Perioperative Lab for RPN                                                  p. 93
         3. Current CNO Registration                                                                           Note: All clinical placement requirements must be completed prior to entrance to the practicum.
         Notes:
         1. The clinical component is only offered on a full-time basis – five days a week for six weeks.
         2. This program will be offered in hybrid format in Winter 2012 and Spring 2012.
         ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
         NP-403               Perioperative Nursing Practicum                                          p. 89
         NP-411               Perioperative Nursing Theory                                             p. 89
         NP-412               Perioperative Nursing Lab                                                p. 89




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Bridging to university Nursing Certificate – 7993                                        Practical Nursing Bridging Program for
This program is an academic pathway offered traditionally in flex- and full-time         Internationally-educated Nurses Diploma – 7995
formats within our day school to assist diploma-prepared Registered Practical            Centennial College’s Practical Nursing Bridging Program for internationally-
Nurses (CAAT) to bridge to a BScN in approximately three years. Commencing               educated nurses (IENs) has been specifically developed to meet the needs of
fall 2009, a hybrid delivery format is now offered at two Regional Access                internationally-educated nurses with an approved diploma in nursing out-of-
Centres (RACs) in Ontario, which will allow Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs)           country but who do not have an equivalent baccalaureate nursing degree in
to complete the first part of Centennial College’s RPN to BScN Bridging Nursing          Canada. The program meets the challenges faced regarding registration exams,
Program in six continuous semesters. The goal of this program is to prepare              occupation-specific language, patient care skills and academic training to meet
students to be eligible to continue their nursing education at the university level.     competencies required for registration and licensure as a nurse in Ontario.
Access to baccalaureate nursing education in smaller urban areas of Ontario is           Internationally-educated nurses who do not wish to pursue baccalaureate
made possible through RACs and a part-time hybrid program delivery format.               nursing education in Canada may enrol in the Practical Nursing Bridging
Students will be self-directed, will apply adult learning principles and will gain       Program for internationally-educated nurses. This program is offered on a
knowledge through discovery. A problem-solving approach to each course will              part-time basis through Continuing Education to help IENs who are unable to
develop critical thinking and analytical skills as well as broadening perspectives.      commit to a full-time program delivery model. By taking two to three courses
Part-time studies through hybrid delivery allows the time committed in a                 each semester, the student will be able to complete program requirements
traditional classroom environment to be decreased and complimented by                    in five semesters. Applicants should be aware, however, that the final course,
learning completed asynchronously online at the convenience of the learner.              PNUR-250 (Preceptorship), will require full-time commitment (40 hours/week)
Students who choose the hybrid delivery program will spend time online and will          for 15 consecutive weeks. Successful completion of the program allows the
attend tutorials to support the knowledge. Evidence-based practices and current          internationally-educated-nurse with a diploma in practical nursing to write the
scholarly literature will be used to heighten the educational experience. Students       Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Exam. The internationally-educated-nurse
and professors alike will contribute to online discussions and tutorials. The tutorial   will be able to integrate into the Canadian healthcare delivery system as a
aspect of the program will be facilitated by professors who are experts                  Registered Practical Nurse and provide care to clients with stable and predictable
in their field.                                                                          outcomes.
Please check our website for Regional Access Centre sites – centennialcollege.ca/              The curriculum of this program has been designed in accordance with the
rpnbridginghybrid
                                                                                         College of Nurses of Ontario’s Professional Standards and Entry to Practice
aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                   Competencies for Ontario Registered Practical Nurses and provides appropriate
1. Transcripts from a Community College Diploma program with a minimum 3.0 GPA.
                                                                                         academic training to meet competency requirements for registration.
2. RPN’s from a fast tract certificate to diploma upgrade need evidence of courses in
    Anatomy and Physiology and Pathophysiology (3.0 GPA).                                      This part-time program focuses on assisting internationally-educated
3. A photocopy of a current Certificate of Registration in Ontario (original may be      nurses to develop their knowledge, critical thinking, communication, clinical
    requested).                                                                          skills and competencies to integrate into chronic or acute health-care settings.
ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                  The curriculum is centred on the concept of caring as being central and unique
COMM-170/171        College Communication 2/(ESL)                         p. 106, 107    in nursing. We believe that the values, which are important to the profession
NUPD-400            Health Assessment                                           p. 95    of nursing, should be evident in all relationships with faculty, students and
NUPD-401            Acute and Chronic Illness Theory                            p. 94    administration. Caring, respect, honesty, integrity and other professional values
NUPD-402            Acute and Chronic Illness Practice                          p. 94
NUPD-403            Ethics and Professional Practice                            p. 94    should mark all our interactions with each other.
NUPD-406            Family-Centered Nursing Theory                              p. 95    For further information, please contact ecruz@centennialcollege.ca.
NUPD-431            Mental Health and Crisis Management Theory                  p. 95    aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
NUPD-432            Mental Health Nursing Practice                              p. 95    1. A letter from the College of Nurses of Ontario stating the courses required to write
NUPD-435            Advanced Communication and Leadership                       p. 94       the practical nurse registration exams.
NUPD-441            Community Nursing Theory                                    p. 94    2. Applicants must have graduated from a nursing program, or practised as a nurse,
NUPD-442            Community Nursing Practice                                  p. 94       within the last 10 years at the time of application, as noted on College of Nurses of
NUPD-450            Nursing Knowledge: Historical and Future Perspectives       p. 95       Ontario letter of direction.
NURS-237            Nursing Research                                            p. 95
                                                                                         NoN-aCaDemIC reQuIremeNTs
PATH-400            Pathotherapeutics                                           p. 95
                                                                                         • Interview, transcripts and resume review may be required
                                                                                         • English and/or math skills assessment may be required.
                                                                                         ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs
   Scheduled Holiday Closures                                                            Mandatory Courses:
                                                                                         COMM-160/161       College Communications 1/(ESL)                                 p. 106
   2011/2012                                                                             COMM-170/171       College Communications 2/(ESL)                            p. 106, 107
   2011       Mon., Aug 1            College Closed            Civic Holiday             IEPN-123           Introduction to Nursing in Ontario                              p. 89
                                                                                         IEPN-124           Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 1                               p. 89
              Mon., Sept 5           College Closed            Statutory Holiday         IEPN-125           Nursing Practice in Ontario                                     p. 89
              Mon., Oct 10           College Closed            Statutory Holiday         IEPN-126           Health Assessment: A Holistic Approach                          p. 90
   2012       Mon., Feb 20           College Closed            Family Day                IEPN-223           Issues, Trends and Leadership in Nursing                        p. 90
              Fri., April 6          College Closed            Statutory Holiday         IEPN-224           Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 2                               p. 90
              Mon., May 21           College Closed            Statutory Holiday         IEPN-225           Nursing Practice in Ontario 2                                   p. 90
              Mon., Jul 2            College Closed            Statutory Holiday         PATH-122           Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics 1                      p. 90
                                                                                         PATH-222           Pathophysiology/Pharmacotherapeutics 2                          p. 90
              Mon., Aug 6            College Closed            Statutory Holiday         PNUR-250           Preceptorship                                                   p. 90




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                                                                                                          Activation Techniques in Gerontology
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         sterile supply Processing Certificate – 7920
                                                                                                          functional Limitations in mental health                                               gN-112
         This certificate program prepares individuals to work in Central Service
                                                                                                          Learn common functional limitations arising from major physical, emotional
         departments in hospitals and clinics. You will learn the theory and principles
                                                                                                          and cognitive disorders experienced by aging adults. Examine these effects on
         of microbiology, infection control, instrument preparation, packaging and
                                                                                                          lifestyle, needs and activities, and the role of the activity assistant in adaptation
         sterilization. You are expected to be able to routinely lift heavy items. Applicants
                                                                                                          of activities.
         may not register online. All potential students MUST request an Information/
                                                                                                          hours: 15                                 fee: IC: $188.35
         Application package, submit the application and receive an Offer to Register from
                                                                                                          TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
         the program supervisor before being eligible to register in the program.                         Winter   821        Mar 20 – Apr 17                         Tu       6:30-9:30 pm           MOR
         The cost for the program is approximately $2,000.
         Fall 2011 intake is Monday and Wednesday evenings, OR Saturdays. Winter 2012 intake is           Interpersonal and group Interactions                                                  gN-103
         Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
                                                                                                          Develop essential therapeutic communication skills to establish positive inter-
              Contact ghalanen@my.centennialcollege.ca the first week of May for Fall
                                                                                                          personal relationships with individuals and groups of aging adults, families and
         intake and first week of October for Winter intake.
                                                                                                          the multidisciplinary health team. Topics include the process of communication,
         aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                                                                                          factors affecting interpersonal relationships, interviewing, recording and
         1. Grade 12 Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with a mark of 65% or higher
            in Grade 12 English, OR                                                                       communicating with aging adults with special needs.
         2. Be over 19 years of age and write the admission English test. English assessment              hours: 30                                 fee: IC: $341.95
            level must be 170/171 for the Sterile Supply Processing program.                              TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
         ComPLeTIoN reQuIremeNTs                                                                          Winter   821        Mar 29 – May 31                         Th       6:30-9:30 pm           MOR
         SSPP-110            Introduction to Sterile Supply                                       p. 96
         SSPP-111            Reprocessing 1 – Decontamination                                     p. 96   Introduction to activation                                                            gN-110
         SSPP-112            Reprocessing 2 – Sterilization                                       p. 96   This course introduces the philosophy and concept of activation in long-term care
         SSPP-113            Surgical Instrumentation                                             p. 96   settings with aging adults. Topics include the role of the activity assistant within
         SSPP-114            Inventory Control                                                    p. 96
                                                                                                          the multidisciplinary health team, approaches to activity planning and principles
         SSPP-115            Sterile Supply Practicum                                             p. 96
                                                                                                          of lifestyle assessment, recording and reporting.
         Notes:
                                                                                                          hours: 30                                 fee: IC: $341.95
         1. CPR/SFA requires Level A
                                                                                                          TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
         2. All clinical placement requirements must be completed prior to enrolling in SSPP-114.
                                                                                                          Fall     801        Sept 15 – Nov 17                        Th       6:30-9:30 pm           MOR
         3. Applicants opting to write the admission test must call the Enrolment Services Office at
            416-289-5300 to receive a student number in order to book a test time. Please contact
            ghalanen@my.centennialcollege.ca to request an application package. (packages available in    overview of the field of aging                                                        gN-100
            first week of May and first week of October only)                                             Explore the multidisciplinary practice of gerontology. Learn terminology,
                                                                                                          gerontological resources and how major economic, health, social and population
                                                                                                          trends affect care and services for aging adults. Additional topics include current
              First generation students                                                                   attitudes, beliefs and values related to aging.
                                                                                                          hours: 30                                 fee: IC: $341.95
              are you the FiRst in your family seeking to complete                                        TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
                                                                                                          Winter   821        Jan 10 – Mar 13                         Tu       6:30-9:30 pm           MOR
              a college program?
                                                                                                          Physiology of aging and activation                                                    gN-111
              We have resources that can support you and help
                                                                                                          This course explores the normal process of biological, psychosocial and spiritual
              you succeed.                                                                                aging, and the effects on the aging individual. Examine the needs of aging adults,
                                                                                                          factors affecting healthy adjustment and implications for activities and program
              For more information, visit centennialcollege.ca/
                                                                                                          planning, as well as community resources.
              firstgenerationstudent                                                                      hours: 30                                 fee: IC: $341.95
                                                                                                          TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
                                                                                                          Fall     801        Sept 13 – Nov 15                        Tu       6:30-9:30 pm           MOR

                                                                                                          Practicum in activation                                                               gN-115
                                                                                                          In this 120-hour-long course, you will apply theoretical knowledge, skills and
                                                                                                          attitudes to the practice setting in an activity department of a long-term care
                                                                                                          institution. Participate in the needs assessment, planning, implementation and
                                                                                                          evaluation of activities to meet psychosocial, physical and spiritual needs of aging
                                                                                                          adults. Also practice communication skills and implement the process of self-
                                                                                                          evaluation.
                                                                                                          hours: 120                                fee: IC: $400.00
                                                                                                          TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
                                                                                                          Winter   821        Jan 23 – Apr 27                         M        6:30-9:30 pm           OFC
                                                                                                          Spring   841        Apr 23 – July 27                        M        6:30-9:30 pm           OFC
                                                                                                          Note: All are welcome to attend the one evening information class for the practicum. If you are
                                                                                                          ready for your practicum please bring proof of the prerequisites for the program. For further
                                                                                                          information e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca or call 416-289-5000, ext. 8066.




                                                                                                          In-class fees includes materials fee – text extra; online fees includes OL admin. fee

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Promoting Cognitive and social abilities                                   gN-114      group and family Counselling                                                   aDDN-115




                                                                                                                                                                                    HealtH
                                                                                                                                                                                    Business
This course introduces the role of the activity assistant in promoting the cognitive   The counselling segment of this course covers topics essential for new group
and social abilities of aging adults in the long-term care setting. Topics include     counsellors. Understand the process, and dynamics as well as practical aspects of
the need for stimulation and socialization, cognitive impairment and its effects,      organizing and running a treatment group. The family counselling focus will look
therapeutic physical and psychosocial environments, and the selection and              at the core concepts of family therapy, systems approach to substance abuse and
planning of appropriate activities, programs and approaches.                           its implications for addictions management.
hours: 30                             fee: IC: $341.95                                 Prerequisite: The Counselling Skills ADDN-113
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC     hours: 42                               fee: IC: $395.00
Winter   821      Jan 12 – Mar 15                     Th    6:30-9:30 pm       MOR     TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY       TIME                LOC
                                                                                       Spring   841       Apr 12 – June 28                     Th        7-10 pm             ASH
Promoting Physical abilities                                               gN-113
This course introduces the role of the activity assistant in planning programs and     seminar in addiction studies                                                   aDDN-116
activities to promote the physical abilities of aging adults. Cover the admission      Plan and complete a project in consultation with a faculty advisor. Choose an
process, adjustment, programs and activities to promote physical abilities in aging    area of interest in counselling or treatment as a focus for the Case Management
adults. Also examine influencing factors and health considerations in program          project. You will be expected to research and write an in-depth essay and present
planning.                                                                              your paper to the class. Guidelines will be given out on the first night of class.
hours: 25                             fee: IC: $290.75                                 hours: 42                               fee: IC: $395.00
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC     TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY       TIME                LOC
Spring   841      Apr 24 – June 12                    Tu    6:30-9:30 pm       MOR     Fall     801       Sept 6 – Dec 6                       Tu        7-10 pm             ASH


Addiction Studies                                                                      Criminal Justice system vs. Chemical Dependency                                aDDN-118
                                                                                       Explore the relationship between the legal system and treatment of the
Introduction to addiction studies                                      aDDN-110        chemically dependent client charged with a criminal offense. You are introduced
Topics covered include theories of drug abuse, why people take drugs and the role      to every phase of the judicial system beginning with the arrest and moving to
of drugs in society. Discuss health promotion, the concept of wellness and target      sentencing requirements. Emphasis is on dealing with the negatively motivated
groups. Take note of differing perspectives on alcohol and drug law, and social        client. Lectures, role-playing and case studies ensure you develop an integral
policy.                                                                                understanding of the interplay between the two areas.
hours: 42                             fee: IC: $395.00                                 hours: 42                               fee: IC: $395.00
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                                                                       TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY       TIME                LOC
Fall     801      Sept 12 – Dec 12                    M     7-10 pm            ASH     Winter   821       Jan 11 – Mar 28                      W         7-10 pm             ASH
Winter   821      Jan 9 – Apr 2                       M     7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                       Professional ethics                                                            aDDN-119
Introduction to Pharmacology                                           aDDN-111
                                                                                       Ensure you know your rights and obligations when working in the field. Subjects
Gain a brief overview of the field of pharmacology. Study the structure and
                                                                                       covered include confidentiality and reporting obligations, boundary issues (both
function of the central nervous system and review physical and psychological
                                                                                       legal and moral) and principles of consent. Understanding your responsibilities as
effects of various drugs. Examine the classification of drugs and learn the
                                                                                       a professional addictions counsellor protects both you and your client from undue
terminology that is used to explain their use and abuse.
                                                                                       harm and potential lawsuits. Lectures, group work and role-playing complete the
hours: 36                             fee: IC: $370.00
                                                                                       learning objective.
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                                                                       hours: 18 (CACCB Study Credit)          fee: IC: $330.00
Winter   821      Jan 9 – Mar 26                      M     7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                       TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY       TIME                LOC
                                                                                       Fall     801       Oct 15 – Oct 16                      Sa/Su     9 am-5 pm           ASH
addiction Interventions                                                aDDN-112        Spring   841       May 5 – May 6                        Sa/Su     9 am-5 pm           ASH
Gain an overview of interventions and treatment strategies related to the field of
addictions. Theories of counselling and treatment modalities will form an integral     human Development                                                              aDDN-121
part of the course. You will be given the opportunity to apply materials and to        Exploring the dynamics of human development from birth to adulthood as
receive feedback.                                                                      described by Maslow and Erikson. Learn how addiction interferes with this
hours: 42                             fee: IC: $395.00
                                                                                       process and the consequences of maladaptive behaviour on the process of
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC
                                                                                       maturation.
Fall     801      Sept 7 – Dec 7                      W     7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                       hours: 36                               fee: IC: $370.00
                                                                                       TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY       TIME                LOC
The Counselling Process                                                aDDN-113        Fall     801       Sept 7 – Nov 23                      W         7-10 pm             ASH
Learn different forms of counselling such as individual, family and group. Focus       Spring   841       Apr 11 – June 27                     W         7-10 pm             ASH
on ethical issues, boundaries of the therapeutic relationship, professional
competence, and legal and financial issues. Lectures, group work, case studies and     Addiction Studies – Accelerated Program – Fall 2011 and Winter 2012
role-playing round out the learning approach.                                          Recommended: It is advisable that students start with Module 1.
hours: 42                             fee: IC: $395.00
                                                                                                              Sept. 13 –     Oct. 18 –     Nov. 22 –      Jan. 10 –     Feb. 14 –
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC      Dates
                                                                                                               Oct. 13       Nov. 17        Dec. 22         Feb. 9       Mar. 15
Fall     801      Sept 8 – Dec 8                      Th    7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                                              Module 1       Module 2      Module 3       Module 4     Module 5
Individual Counselling                                                 aDDN-114         Module and Time
Explore the techniques and strategies currently used in individual counselling.                                Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9 am – 3:30 pm, Progress Campus
Obtain a systematic and flexible set of guidelines for counselling individuals                                ADDN-110       ADDN-113      ADDN-114      ADDN-115      ADDN-116
with substance abuse problems. Class time will allow you to practise effective          To Register Use the    Sec. 601       Sec. 601      Sec. 601      Sec. 621      Sec. 621
counselling techniques.                                                                 Following Codes       ADDN-111       ADDN-121      ADDN-112      ADDN-118      ADDN-119
Prerequisite: The Counselling Process ADDN-113                                                                 Sec. 601       Sec. 601      Sec. 601      Sec. 621      Sec. 621
hours: 42                              fee: IC: $395.00
TERM     SEC. #   DATE                                DAY   TIME               LOC      Cost per Module          $790          $790          $790           $790         $790
Winter   821      Jan 12 – Mar 29                     Th    7-10 pm            ASH
                                                                                       Notes:
                                                                                       1. Students must register at the same time for both courses in Module.
                                                                                       2. Students must register in person at any campus or by phone 416-289-5300.




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         Bridging to University Paramedicine (Online)                                                         Fitness Courses
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         Bridging Pathophysiology                                                            Para-540         essentials of Personal Training symposium NEW                                        CesI-202
         You will develop a knowledge of the various alterations in human body function                       The Essentials of Personal Training Symposium is aimed specifically for those of
         from a variety of pathophysiological topics that serve as the basis of study. The                    you who desire to improve your knowledge of personal training. This course will
         selection of the health states and their subsequent alterations is determined                        support and disseminate research-based knowledge and its practical application
         by the potential threat to life they present, and the statistical evidence of their                  to improve athletic performance and fitness. After completing this course, you
         frequency within the area of prehospital emergency client care. The theoretical                      could pursue a personal training certification such as the National Strength and
         framework includes the main concepts of crisis, the adaptation of the body by                        Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT) certification. For
         way of compensatory mechanisms, the failure of these compensatory mechanisms                         more information regarding this organization, please log onto www.nsca.com or
         and the resulting physiological manifestations. The development of the                               call 1-800-815-6826. For information regarding the exam registration and testing
         manifestations of these compensatory and decompensatory consequences form a                          locations, please visit www.csca-cc.org. This course will also provide you with the
         required knowledge base for determining the effects and/or potential life threat to                  opportunity to review and reinforce exam content areas, including conducting
         an individual. You will be required to identify such manifestations and explain the                  the initial interview with clients, performing proper assessments, setting
         physiological basis for their occurrences.                                                           goals, understanding proper biomechanics, and instructing proper technique
         hours: 45                                  fee: OL: $284.70                                          for resistance training and cardiovascular activities, while manipulating and
         TERM      SEC. #     DATE                                   DAY       TIME                   LOC     progressing programs in order to achieve an expressed outcome.
         Fall     415         Sept 12 – Dec 19                                                        OL      Notice: Students should consult with NSCA for exam eligibility and prerequisites. This course, by
         Winter   425         Jan 9 – Apr 16                                                          OL      itself, is not intended to fully prepare candidates for the NSCA-CPT examination. Also, attending
         Note: This course is not eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) or transfer   this course is not required to take the examination.
         credit.                                                                                              Prerequisite: High School diploma
                                                                                                              hours: 16                                     fee: IC: $250.00
         Bridging Pharmacology                                                               Para-536
                                                                                                              TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
         This online course discusses principles of pharmacology essential for pre-
                                                                                                              Fall     801        Sept. 17, 18                            Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash
         hospital care providers. Classifications of drugs will be discussed in an organized                  Winter   821        Feb. 11, 12                             Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash
         manner according to characteristics, purpose, physiologic action, adverse effects,                   Spring   841        June 9, 10                              Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash
         precautions, interactions and pre-hospital applications. You will use a step-by-
         step process to calculate drug dosages. Emphasis is also placed on common                            essentials of strength Training
         prescription medications encountered by paramedics while providing emergency                         and Conditioning symposium NEW                                                       CesI-203
         care and the impact on the assessment and management of patients in need of                          The Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning Symposium is aimed
         emergent care.                                                                                       specifically for those of you who desire to improve your knowledge of strength
         hours: 30                                  fee: OL: $193.05                                          training and conditioning. This course will support and disseminate research-
         TERM      SEC. #     DATE                                   DAY       TIME                   LOC     based knowledge and its practical application to improve athletic performance
         Fall     415         Sept 12 – Nov 14                                                        OL
                                                                                                              and fitness. After completing this course, you could pursue a strength and
         Winter   425         Jan 9 – Mar 12                                                          OL
                                                                                                              conditioning certification such as the National Strength and Conditioning
         Note: This course is not eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) or
                                                                                                              Association – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification.
         transfer credit.
                                                                                                              For more information regarding this organization, please log onto www.nsca.com
                                                                                                              or call 1-800-815-6826. For information regarding the exam registration and
         Counselling Skills                                                                                   testing locations, please visit www.nsca-cc.org. This course will also provide you
         The Counselling Process                                                            aDDN-113          the opportunity to review and reinforce exam content areas, including conducting
         See course description on p. 85.                                                                     performance testing, goal setting, understanding proper biomechanics, instructing
                                                                                                              proper technique for resistance training and cardiovascular activities, include
         Individual Counselling                                                             aDDN-114          speed, agility and plyometric activities, while manipulating and progressing
         See course description on p. 85.                                                                     programs based on the principles of periodization, in order to achieve an
                                                                                                              expressed outcome.
         group and family Counselling                                                       aDDN-115          Notice: Students should consult the NSCA for exam eligibility and prerequisites. This course,
         See course description on p. 85.                                                                     by itself, is not intended to fully prepare candidates for the NSCA CSCS examination. Also,
                                                                                                              attending this course is not required to take the examination.
         Professional ethics                                                                aDDN-119          Prerequisite: Bachelors degree preferably in an exercise related field
         See course description on p. 85.                                                                     hours: 16                                   fee: IC: $250.00
                                                                                                              TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
                                                                                                              Fall     801        Sept. 24, 25                            Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash
                                                                                                              Winter   821        Feb. 25, 26                             Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash
              prerequisites please!                                                                           Spring   841        June 23, 24                             Sa/Su    9 am-6 pm              Ash

              it is your responsibility to ensure program
              requirements and course prerequisites are met.
              if you lack appropriate prerequisites (or credit) for a
              course, you may be asked to withdraw or transfer
              to a more appropriate course, with the risk of
              academic/financial penalty. call 416-289-5207 for
              more information.




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                                                                                              Pharmacy Technician Bridging




                                                                                                                                                                                             HealtH
 Infection Prevention and Control                                               PI-100        The Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education program, developed jointly by the
 This course is designed to teach the basic infection prevention and control                  Colleges of Ontario Network for Education and Training (CON*NECT) and the
 principles to newly appointed Infection Control Practitioners in Health Care                 Ontario College of Pharmacists (OCP) has been designed to assist pharmacy
 facilities. It is also designed to provide basic principles to others who may be             technicians currently working in the profession to meet new regulatory
 involved in the prevention and control of infections, e.g. community health,                 requirements and expanded practice capabilities within the Health Systems
 public health, Long Term Care facilities, homes for the aged, first responders               Improvement Act, 2007. Changes to the Pharmacy Act, to enable the regulation
 and support services. The format of this course is 10 days, classroom-based,                 of pharmacy technicians, will take effect with the passing of the proposed
 delivered in Toronto every spring and fall, with the online filmed version of                registration regulations. The Pharmacy Technician Bridging Education Program
 the fall class available in December. Both the inclass and onsite courses have               is one of the registration requirements in the proposed regulation. The Bridging
 an online component consisting of an exam followed by three months of case                   Program includes the following four courses. In addition, the bridging requires
 study group work.                                                                            the students to complete a Structured Practical Training component (SPT), which
       For further details or to receive an information application, please call              will be completed in the workplace and managed by OCP. There are no specific
 416-289-5000, ext 8066 or e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca                            prerequisites in the program and courses can be taken in any sequence. However,
 hours: 86                               fee: IC: $1,850.00   OL: $1,600.00                   participants must have completed the Management of Drug Distribution course,
 Check website for dates and times.                                                           before beginning the Structured Practical Training component that is managed
                                                                                              by OCP. Call 416-289-5000, ext. 8072, or e-mail clapalme@centennialcollege.ca, or
                                                                                              bdee@centennialcollege.ca for further information.
Medical Esthetics Practitioner                                                                aDmIssIoN reQuIremeNTs
                                                                                              Students must have successfully completed the Ontario College of Pharmacists
Introduction to medical esthetics for Nurses                                  mePN-110
                                                                                              Pharmacy Technician Certification exam or the Pharmacy Examining Board of
This course is designed for registered nurses and registered practical nurses. The
                                                                                              Canada exam before registering for this course.
emphasis is on client consultation, skin analysis and anatomy and physiology, skin
analysis and client consultations. Practical skills covered: Chemical peels, skin care
                                                                                              Bridging Pharmacology for rPT                                                       Phar-404
lines and microdermabrasion.
                                                                                              This course provides a practical, applied approach to pharmacology. Through a
hours: 32                               fee: IC: $520.00
                                                                                              variety of learning tools such as assignments, quizzes, case studies and group
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                 LOC
                                                                                              work, the student will enhance his/her ability to practise competently and
Fall     801       Sept 10 – Oct 1                      Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR
                                                                                              contribute to a safe patient care setting. You will gain basic knowledge related
Winter   821       Jan 14 – Feb 4                       Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR
                                                                                              to the pharmacological uses of drugs within a variety of commonly encountered
medical esthetics for Nurses: Laser                                                           medical conditions.
and Light Therapies                                                           mePN-111        hours: 33                                  fee: IC: $245.00
This course focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of the cosmetic laser            TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME               LOC
and light therapies found in the medical spa environment. Emphasis will be on                 Fall      801       Sept 14 – Nov 23                         W        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
assessment and practical skills necessary to safe, effective practice.                        Winter    821       Jan 11 – Mar 21                          W        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
                                                                                              Spring    841       May 9 – July 18                          W        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Several platforms will be introduced. The basic client consultation will be
expanded to include these treatment options.                                                  Note: This course is available for PLAR. Please check the website for further updates.
Prerequisite: Introduction to Medical Esthetics for Nurses MEPN-110
hours: 40                               fee: IC: $520.00                                      management of Drug Distribution systems                                             Phar-403
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                 LOC     This course will examine various drug distribution systems, prepare learners to
Fall     801       Oct 8 – Nov 12                       Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR     perform accurate product release and manage operations in a pharmacy practice
Winter   821       Feb 11 – Mar 10                      Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR     setting. The course will explore distributive functions in institutional settings
                                                                                              ensuring accuracy, integrity and medication safely. You will develop safe product
medical esthetics for Nurses: Cosmetic Injectables                            mePN-112
                                                                                              release practices within the parameters of the pharmacy technician role. This
This course focuses on the theoretical and practical aspects of cosmetic
                                                                                              course will identify common drug plans and their formularies, and investigate
injectables including Sclerotherapy, Botox® and dermal filler injections. Upon
                                                                                              daily challenges in the adjudication process. Inventory management elements will
completion, you will be prepared for an entry-level position as a practitioner in
                                                                                              be detailed including common business practices. You will complete a structured
the growing field of medical esthetics.
                                                                                              on-the-job checking component to demonstrate accurate release of final products.
Prerequisites: Introduction to Medical Esthetics for Nurses MEPN-110, Medical Esthetics for
Nurses: Laser and Light Therapies                                                             Check website for dates and times.
                                                                                              hours: 39                                  fee: IC: $285.00
hours: 40                               fee: IC: $625.00
                                                                                              TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME               LOC
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                 DAY      TIME                 LOC
                                                                                              Fall      801       Sept 13 – Dec 6                          Tu       6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Fall     801       Nov 19 – Dec 17                      Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR
                                                                                              Winter    821       Jan 11 – Apr 4                           W        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
Winter   821       Mar 17 – Apr 21                      Sa       9 am-5 pm            MOR
                                                                                              Spring    841       May 7 – Aug 20                           M        6:30-9:30 pm       MOR
                                                                                              Note: This course is available for PLAR. Please check the website for further updates.




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         Product Preparation                                                                 Phar-402      Intrapartum Nursing                                                                mo-403
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         This practical lab course provides you with theoretical knowledge and practical                   This course will discuss the care of women and their infants during the process of
         experience needed to accurately and safely prepare both sterile and non-sterile                   birth. A comprehensive evidence-based approach whose focus is on client-focused
         pharmaceutical products. Emphasis in the sterile component of the course will                     care will be used to discuss the interpretation of intrapartum data to determine
         be on the development of aseptic technique under CSHP (Canadian Society of                        the status and progress of labour, to determine the health status of the infant in
         Hospital Pharmacists) guidelines including an overview of chemotherapy and                        utero, to identify urgent and emergency situations and the nurse’s responsibility
         TPN. In the non-sterile component, you will review methadone guidelines and                       within those situations, the initial stabilizations of a mother and her newborn.
         will prepare internal and external preparations using common formulas, under                      Check our website for details.
         OCP, GMP and WHMIS guidelines. The identification of reference materials and
         documentation practices, performance of accurate calculations, measurements                       Introduction to Breastfeeding                                                      mo-421
         and preparation techniques will assist you in developing your compounding skills                  Discuss issues and trends relating to the perinatal period for a breastfeeding
         and aseptic technique.                                                                            mother. Learn the techniques used to assist mothers in breastfeeding their infants.
              Call 416-289-5000, ext 8072, or e-mail clapalme@centennialcollege.ca or                      Examine personal attitudes and biases, Canadian socio-political factors, steps to
         bdee@centennialcollege.ca for further information.                                                being a baby-friendly environment, cultural and vulnerable population context,
         Note: This course is available for PLAR. Please check the website for further updates.            utilization of research, professional standards of practice, legal and ethical
         hours: 33                                   fee: IC: $245.00                                      issues surrounding nursing practice. Supports such as hospital-based clinics and
         TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME                  LOC   community support will also be discussed.
         Fall      801       Sept 15 – Nov 24                         Th       6:30-9:30 pm          MOR   Check our website for details.
         Winter    821       Jan 14 – Mar 24                          Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm      MOR
                                                                                                           Introduction to Perinatal Nursing                                                  mo-401
         Spring    841       May 8 – July 17                          Tu       6:30-9:30 pm          MOR
                                                                                                           This course focuses on the care of childbearing women and their families from
         Professional Practice                                                               Phar-401      pre-pregnancy to childbirth. Issues and trends such as the health-care delivery
         You will be prepared for entry to practice in five main areas of focus: legal                     system and childbirth practices, family structure and support systems, cultural
         requirements, scope of practice, ethical principles, professionalism and                          context of families and vulnerable populations, research and evidence-based
         communication skills. Through a variety of learning tools such as interactive case                practice, legal and ethical issues, health promotion and prevention, and the
         studies, assignments and group work, you will enhance your ability to practise                    identification of populations at risk will be discussed.
                                                                                                           Check our website for details.
         competently within the professional practice framework.
              Call 416-289-5000, ext 8072 or e-mail clapalme@centennialcollege.ca or
                                                                                                           Neonatal Nursing                                          mo-404
         bdee@centennialcollege.ca for further information.
                                                                                                           This course will discuss the care of the newborn from the time of birth through
         hours: 45                                  fee: IC: $335.00
         TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME                  LOC
                                                                                                           the 28th day of life. It focuses on the understanding of the physiological and
         Fall      801       Sept 10 – Dec 17                         Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm      MOR   behavioural adjustments of the infant to extrauterine life. A comprehensive
         Winter    821       Jan 12 – Apr 19                          Th       6:30-9:30 pm          MOR   evidence-based approach will be used to discuss newborn assessment, breast or
         Spring    841       May 5 – Aug 4                            Sa       9:30 am-12:30 pm      MOR   bottle feeding, care of the infant born prematurely, and immediate and emergency
                                                                                                           care of newborns that are born with or develop problems during the newborn
         Perinatal Nursing                                                                                 period.
         This program is currently under review.                                                           Check our website for details.

         antepartum Nursing                                                                       mo-402   Neonatal resuscitation – Provider Level                                            mo-409
         This course focuses on the care of women as it relates to both a healthy                          This Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario course provides health care
         pregnancy and a pregnancy that represents a significant risk. A comprehensive                     professionals with the theory and practice related to the unique resuscitation
         evidence-based approach will be used to discuss the family’s emotional,                           needs of the newborn. This course includes theory and practice in assessment,
         developmental and social changes, interpretation of physiological data of                         initial steps: bag and mask ventilation, cardiac comprehension, and intubation
         pregnancy, identification of observable signs and symptoms of maternal                            and medications.
         complications, thereby enhancing the quality of care for women and their                          Prerequisite: Neonatal Nursing MO-404
         families through the antepartum period.                                                           Recommended for success in the course: One month prior to the course, purchase the
         Check our website for details.                                                                    textbook from the Bookstore and complete the self-learning portions within each chapter
                                                                                                           prior to attending the course. The self-learning portion will take approximately 12 hours to
         fundamentals of fetal health surveillance in Labour                                      mo-408   complete.
                                                                                                           Check our website for details.
         Experience a fundamental, comprehensive evidence-based approach to fetal
         health surveillance. Explore the two major modes of fetal health surveillance:
         intermittent auscultation and electronic fetal monitoring. Each method of
                                                                                                           Perinatal Nursing Practicum                                                        mo-406
                                                                                                           This course allows you to integrate theory with practice in which you will use a
         assessment includes practical application, identification of reassuring and
                                                                                                           family-centred focus to guide your practice. You will collaborate with preceptors
         nonreassuring findings, appropriate interventions for non-reassuring findings,
                                                                                                           to develop a comprehensive focused learning plan for this 120-hour practicum.
         impact of legal and ethical issues, and professional standards of practice will be
                                                                                                           Emphasis will be placed on critical thinking, self-reflection, utilization of research
         discussed.
         Prerequisite: Intrapartum Nursing MO-403 or six months working with fetal monitoring.
                                                                                                           findings and the application of concepts from the core theoretical courses. A
         Required: Registration for this course must be completed one month prior before the
                                                                                                           portfolio will be submitted at the end of the practicum for grading.
         beginning of the course. Once registered, a self-learning manual will be mailed to you which      Prerequisites: Introduction to Perinatal Nursing MO-401, Antepartum Nursing MO-402,
         you must complete before attending the course. The testing component of the course is based       Intrapartum Nursing MO-403, Postpartum Nursing MO-404, Neonatal Nursing MO-405,
         on the manual.                                                                                    Fundamentals of Fetal Health Surveillance in Labour MO-408, Neonatal Resuscitation –
                                                                                                           Provider Level MO-409, Introduction to Breastfeeding MO-421
         Check our website for details.
                                                                                                           Required: clinical placement requirements must be completed
                                                                                                           Check our website for details.




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Postpartum Nursing                                                                    mo-405        Practical Nursing Bridging Program for




                                                                                                                                                                                                 HealtH
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Business
This course will discuss the assessment of the anatomical, physiological,
                                                                                                    Internationally Educationed Nurses (IEN)
psychological, and psychosocial changes that occur during the postpartum period.                    For more information about this program, please contact ecruz@centennialcollege.ca or call
The evaluation of both assessment data and laboratory will be discussed. The                        416-289-5000, ext 8001.
analysis of the influence of cultural expectations and community resources will be
discussed. The responsibilities around discharge assessments, discharge teaching                    Introduction to Nursing in ontario NEW                                         IePN-123
and preparation for home, and the identification of physical and emotional                          The purpose of this course is to introduce internationally-educated nurses to the
complications will be discussed.                                                                    Canadian health care delivery system and nursing practice in Ontario. The history
Check our website for details.                                                                      of nursing and its development as a profession will be explored. Students will
                                                                                                    begin to examine the role of the nurse and how it has been influenced by the
RN Perioperative Nursing                                                                            philosophy that nursing is both an art and a science. The evolution of professional
                                                                                                    nursing organizations and their relationships to the development of the
Perioperative Nursing Practicum                                                        NP-403       profession will be discussed. The course will examine various nursing professional
This 240-hour course provides an opportunity for the RN perioperative student to                    associations and the role of the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). There will be
integrate the theory and principles of practice from NP-411 and NP-412 into the                     a strong emphasis on professional standards and related competencies, quality
consolidation of complex skills applicable to perioperative RN nursing practice.                    assurance, legislation and regulation. Course concepts related to the professional
Under the guidance of a perioperative nursing staff preceptor, the RN                               practical nurse role will also include the therapeutic nurse client relationship,
perioperative student will focus on the roles of both circulating and scrub nurse                   interpersonal communication, documentation and reflective practice. Content
in a clinical setting. Emphasis is placed on the delivery of safe, individualized                   related to legalities of individual rights and responsibilities will be introduced.
patient focused care and the development of communication skills within a multi-                    These concepts will be delivered in a hybrid format which incorporates both an
disciplinary team. Centennial College faculty also facilitates the student’s clinical               online and classroom component.
practicum experience.                                                                               hours: 45                               fee: IC: $284.70
hours: 240 hrs                                   fee: 950.00                                        Check our website for details.
TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
Spring    941       April 23-June 1                         M-F                           Offsite   Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 1 NEW                                          IePN-124
                                                                                                    This course will introduce internationally-educated nurses to primary health
Perioperative Nursing Theory                                                           NP-411       care and health promotion within a Canadian context of diverse communities.
This course will introduce the Registered Nurse to theoretical concepts and the                     The metaparadigm of the discipline of nursing will be examined. Students will
principles of practice of Perioperative Nursing. The learner will use the Operating                 be introduced to the nursing process using the needs approach as a theoretical
Room Nurses Association of Canada (ORNAC) standards of practice as the                              framework. Students will examine and explore the concepts of health, illness,
foundation for providing patient care in the preoperative, intra-operative, and post-               acuity and chronicity. The impact of culture on the care of the clients, families,
operative settings in both the scrub and circulating roles. Throughout the course,                  groups and communities will be explored. The role of the practical nurse in caring
emphasis will be on the provision of safe, individualized patient focused care and                  for clients and families living with an acute and chronic illness will be examined.
the utilization of effective communication skills within a multi-disciplinary health                This course will assist internationally-educated nurses to further develop critical
care team. The minimum passing grade for this course is 75% (B+).                                   thinking and analytical skills by developing comprehensive plans of care for
Note: This course is part of a hybrid program and will offered online in Winter and Spring 2012.    clients and families. Students will examine and explore the foundations of
hours: 108 hrs                              fee: $1115.67                                           community-based nursing in Canada. This course will apply relevant theoretical
TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC     concepts and build upon previously acquired knowledge and competencies of the
Winter   921        Jan 9 – April 20                                                        OL
                                                                                                    internationally-educated nurse in the care of the client, families, and communities.
Spring   941        May 14 – Aug 24                                                         OL
                                                                                                    The internationally-educated nurses will have an opportunity to build on previous
                                                                                                    knowledge relating to the concept of community-based nursing. Students will
Perioperative Nursing Lab                                                              NP-412
                                                                                                    perform a community assessment within their own diverse communities.
This course will provide the RN perioperative student with an opportunity to apply
                                                                                                    hours: 45                               fee: IC: $284.70
theoretical concepts and principles of perioperative nursing practice acquired
                                                                                                    Check our website for details.
from NP-411. The learner will be expected to apply theoretical concepts and
principles of perioperative nursing practice as they develop competency in skills
                                                                                                    Nursing Practice in ontario 1 NEW                                              IePN-125
related to specific scenarios for both the scrub and circulating roles. In a simulated
                                                                                                    This course consists of a laboratory and field class component. In the laboratory,
perioperative setting, the learner will practice the scrub and circulating roles and
                                                                                                    internationally-educated nurses will practice and develop competency in nursing
the skills of perioperative nursing according to the ORNAC standards. Emphasis
                                                                                                    skills within the scope of practice of the Registered Practical Nurse in Ontario.
is placed on the provision of safe, individualized patient focused care and the
                                                                                                    In the field component, internationally-educated nurses will examine successful
utilization of effective communication skills within a multidisciplinary team.
                                                                                                    learning strategies as students and as novice practitioners in the Canadian health
Note: This course is part of a hybrid program and will offered online in Winter and Spring 2012.
                                                                                                    care system. The course will provide an introduction to global citizenship and
hours: 54 hrs                               fee: $562.71
                                                                                                    equity through the development of a portfolio and participation in reflective
TERM     SEC. #     DATE                                    DAY      TIME                   LOC
Winter   921        Labs: Jan 21, 22, Feb 4, 18, 19,
                                                                                                    practice. This course will begin to prepare internationally-educated nurses for
                    March 3, 24, 25, April 14                        8:30 am-4:30 pm        MOR     future employment by examining and applying success strategies such as goal
Spring   941        Labs: May 26, 27, June 9, 23, 24,                                               setting, action planning, time management, counselling, career planning and
                    July 7, 21, 22, Aug 18                           8:30 am-4:30 pm        MOR     resumé-writing.
                                                                                                    hours: 60                               fee: IC: $376.35
                                                                                                    Check our website for details.




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         health assessment: a holistic approach NEW                              IePN-126       Nursing Practice in ontario 2 NEW                                            IePN-225
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         This course provides internationally-educated nurses with an opportunity to            This course consists of a clinical and laboratory component. In the laboratory,
         develop a holistic approach in the health assessment of individuals, families and      internationally-educated nurses will continue to practise and develop competency
         groups. Students will be expected to review anatomy and physiology as it pertains      in nursing skills within the scope of practice of the Registered Practical Nurse in
         to each body system. Students will learn how to perform a comprehensive                Ontario. Students will examine and apply principles of growth and development
         health history using interviewing techniques. Students will perform a mental and       from the infant to the adolescent. Using case studies, students will develop plans
         physical health assessment to determine both normal and abnormal findings.             of care for the hospitalized child. Students will participate in the assessment of
         Students will have the opportunity to practise assessment techniques for               the postpartum woman and newborn. Internationally-educated nurses will have
         clients with situational, ethnic, age and cultural variations. Critical thinking and   an opportunity to apply nursing knowledge and skills in an acute or chronic
         documentation skills will be further developed through the use of role-playing         clinical practice setting. Students will also practice in a variety of simulated
         and simulated scenarios. The course will focus on the assessment of the mental         scenarios as a member of the interprofessional team.
         and physical status of the adult client.                                               hours: 210                              fee: IC: $1292.85
         hours: 60                           fee: IC: $376.35                                   Check our website for details.
         Check our website for details.
                                                                                                Pathophysiology/Pharmacotherapeutics 2 NEW                                  PaTh-222
         Pathophysiology/Pharmacotherapeutics 1 NEW                             PaTh-122        This course continues to examine the concepts of disease processes affecting
         This course will examine how concepts of disease processes affect physiologic          physiologic and psychosocial health. Students will be expected to review anatomy
         and psychosocial health. Concepts include inflammation and healing, infection,         and physiology and medical terminology as it pertains to each related body
         fluid and electrolyte imbalances, the influence of stress and pain. Selected           system. Internationally-educated nurses will examine selected disorders of the
         disorders of the respiratory, neurological and endocrine system will be examined.      cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, urinary, musculoskeletal, endocrine, immune
         Internationally-educated nurses will be expected to review anatomy, physiology         and reproductive systems. Selected hematopoietic disorders and basic concepts of
         and medical terminology as it pertains to each related body system. Students           neoplastic disease will be examined. Common mental health disorders will also
         will be introduced to foundations and principles of pharmacotherapeutics.              be discussed. This course also examines physiological and psychological changes
         Pharmacotherapy related to each concept and disorder will be examined using            during pregnancy, including common complications. Selected chronic pediatric
         the prototype approach to drug classification.                                         disorders will be discussed. Pharmacotherapy related to each disorder will be
         hours: 45                           fee: IC: $284.70                                   examined using the prototype approach to drug classification.
         Check our website for details.                                                         hours: 45                               fee: IC: $284.70
                                                                                                Check our website for details.
         Issues, Trends and Leadership in Nursing NEW                            IePN-223
         This course introduces internationally-educated nurses to advanced concepts            Preceptorship NEW                                                           PNur-250
         relating to issues, trends and leadership in nursing. In addition, this course         This course provides internationally-educated nurses with a continuous 15-week
         continues to build upon previous content from Nursing in Ontario, IEPN 123. The        consolidated practice experience in a Canadian health-care setting. This semester
         ethical decision-making framework will be introduced and applied to concepts           will provide internationally-educated nurses with the opportunity for successful
         such as abuse, confidentiality, complaints and the discipline process, as well         integration into nursing practice in Ontario. Students will become familiar with
         as to end-of-life decisions. The course will also explore and apply concepts of        organizational structures in various health-care settings. This pre-graduate
         leadership, delegation and conflict resolution. Nursing management within a            experience will provide students with opportunities for critical thinking, priority
         variety of organizational structures including Local Health Integration Networks       setting and interprofessional collaboration while assuming responsibility for an
         (LHINs), resident and long-term care facilities and community settings will be         increasingly complex client assignment. Students will be placed in a variety of
         discussed. Issues and trends in family-centered nursing and psychiatric and            settings including acute and long-term care, mental health, postpartum/newborn,
         mental health nursing will be explored. This will provide internationally-educated     and the community. You will also provide nursing care under the leadership
         nurses with a unique learning experience in the care of special populations            and guidance of a preceptor who is a Registered Practical Nurse. Prepare for
         including those who have traditionally been under-served or inappropriately            the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE) by completing
         serviced. Evaluative methods will provide an opportunity for internationally-          online review modules followed by comprehensive examinations. Internationally-
         educated nurses to discuss and debate nursing and health care-related issues           educated nurses will be assisted to develop skills for seeking employment in the
         (social, political and economic) in Ontario using current research to support their    Canadian health care system.
         positions.                                                                             hours: 600                              fee: IC: $TBA
         hours: 30                           fee: IC: $193.05                                   Check our website for details.
         Check our website for details.
                                                                                                Massage and Holistic Therapist
         Theoretical Concepts in Nursing 2                                       IePN-224
         This course continues to integrate concepts of primary health care and health          Professional Development
         promotion in the care of clients and families experiencing illness. Students will
         develop plans of care for clients and families living with acute and chronic             reflexology                                                              Care-104
         illnesses, including mental health disorders. Students will have an opportunity          Reflexology is a holistic healing art which, naturally and without drugs,
         to apply principles of growth and development in developing plans of care for            stimulates every part, gland and organ in the body. By applying pressure to
         pediatric clients. Students will develop a plan of care for the newborn, woman           the reflexes in the feet and hands, tension is released, circulation is improved,
         and family during pregnancy, the birth experience and the postpartum period in           and the body is assisted in regaining its state of harmony and balance. Upon
         the hospital and in the community setting.                                               completion, you will be able to perform a full Foot Reflexology treatment.
         hours: 45                           fee: IC: $284.70                                     The history of Reflexology and its relevance in our modern day lives will be
         Check our website for details.                                                           discussed. (CEUs for RMTs)
                                                                                                  hours: 42                                fee: IC: $425.00
                                                                                                  TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                  DAY   TIME              LOC
                                                                                                  Fall     801       Sept 17, 24, Oct 1, 15, 22,
                                                                                                                     Nov 22, Dec 3                         Sa    9:30 am-4:30 pm   MOR
                                                                                                  Winter   821       Jan 14, 21, Feb 4, 11, 25,
                                                                                                                     Mar 3, Apr 14                         Sa    9:30 am-4:30 pm   MOR




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RN Individual Courses                                                                       RN Critical Care Nursing




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Iv Therapy                                                                   Cehs-953       Critical Care advanced Nursing Practice                                              CeCC-904
This course offers RNs and RPNs an opportunity to build upon and update                     This course consists of a 120-hour clinical rotation in the critical care area of your
theoretical knowledge of IV therapy. Topics include review of circulatory system,           choosing.
IV complications, administration of IV medications, complications of IV medication               Call 416-289-5000, ext 8066 or e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca for
and continuing care of patient with an IV, TPN chemotherapy, shock and shock                further information.
management, blood and blood component therapy and central lines. The content                hours: 120                                 fee: IC: $400.00
related to IV insertion has been included in this course with practise in the               Check our website for details.
laboratory.
     Call 416-289-5000 ext 8066 or e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca for              Critical Care Clinical Practice                                                      CeCC-903
further information.                                                                        This course consists of a 120-hour clinical rotation in an acute care area. If you
hours: 36                                fee: IC: $375.00                                   have at least one year of acute care nursing, you may apply for Prior Learning
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                  DAY      TIME                LOC   Assessment and Recognition (PLAR).
Winter   821       Mar 6 – May 22                        Tu       6:30-9:30 pm        MOR        Call 416-289-5000, ext 8066 or e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca for
                                                                                            further information.
health assessment skills for rN                                              NuPD-408       Prerequisites: Critical Care Concepts 1 CECC-401, Critical Care Concepts 2 CECC-402,
Develop your knowledge and skills for comprehensive physical and health                     Health Assessment NUPD-400
assessment of clients. Topics include history-taking, assessment techniques and             hours: 120                              fee: IC: $400.00
systematic physical examination. Examine psychosocial and environmental                     Check our website for details.
assessment.                                                                                 Notes:
     Call 416-289-5000, ext 8066 or e-mail janekennedy@centennialcollege.ca for             1. If you have at least one year of acute care nursing, you may apply for Prior Learning
further information.                                                                           Assessment and Recognition (PLAR).
Prerequisite: Must be a registered nurse.                                                   2. These courses are online and teacher facilitated according to the size of the class.
hours: 45                               fee: IC: $495.55
TERM     SEC. #    DATE                                  DAY      TIME                LOC   Critical Care Concepts 1                                                             CeCC-401
Spring   841       May 2 – June 25                       M/W      6:30-9:30 pm        MOR   This course introduces RNs to the physiological and psychosocial theory and
                                                                                            principles required to practise in a critical-care setting. It also enhances the
Post-anaesthesia Care Nursing                                                    CeCC-410   knowledge and skills of the RN who chooses to work in the area of community
For course description see RN–Critical Care Nursing courses, p. 91-92.                      nursing where the acuity of clients continues to increase. The concept of
                                                                                            homeostasis will be addressed.
rN Comprehensive examination review                                          CerN-802       Prerequisite: Health Assessment NUPD-400
This course is designed to assist you in preparing for the comprehensive written            hours: 60                            fee: OL: $624.15
examinations (CRNE) required for Registration as a Nurse (RN) in Ontario. Through           TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME                      LOC
classroom theory, study guides and multiple-choice examinations, you will                   Fall      901       Sept 8 – Dec 15                                                             OL
review the areas of professional responsibilities: communications, mental health,           Note: The course content is online with onsite tutorials Sept 8, Oct 6, 27, Nov 17 and Dec 8.
obstetrics, paediatrics, growth and development and medical/surgical nursing.
Check our website for dates and times.                                                      Critical Care Concepts 2                                                             CeCC-402
hours: 60                              fee: IC: $624.15                                     This course promotes an advanced knowledge of the cardiovascular and
Check our website for details.                                                              pulmonary systems. Case study discussion will emphasize the patho-physiology,
                                                                                            current treatment modalities and nursing interventions related to specific
rN – CTas (The Canadian Triage and acuity scale)                                 CTas-401   disorders commonly seen in critical care. There is a major focus on the skills of
The levelled Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale has emerged as a more effective               ECG interpretation, hemodynamic monitoring and mechanical ventilation.
tool in triaging patients and performing rapid patient assessment. This six-week            hours: 60                                  fee: OL: $ $624.15
online course consists of content texts, case studies of patient simulations, and           TERM      SEC. #    DATE                                     DAY      TIME                      LOC
individual and group learning activities. There is also an online discussion area in        Winter    921       Jan 10 – Apr 17