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                                                                                     Continuing Education Course Guide Spring 2011 |



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NaTURe’S
CaLLING
...and we can help
you answer!


Registration Starts
March 28, 2011
Call 705-759-6700 (option 3)
or Toll free 1-800-461-2260
to Register
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Take a break
from everyday
life and enjoy
our natural
surroundings...
Spring is in the air and it’s time to enjoy the natural beauty that
surrounds us. Our spring and summer courses offer a variety of
outdoor sports and leisure classes that will suit any enthusiast. If you
are an angler, hunter, enjoy adventurous sports or would rather enjoy
the view from a ride on a motorcycle or a ride on a bicycle, we’ve got                       In Photos
something for everyone!                                                                      Inside Cover: Jane and Reg Perry
Learn the artistry of fly fishing in the Fly Fishing for Beginners course.                   This Page, Top: Jan Roubal
This course will teach you how the equipment is used as well as                              This Page, Below: Natural Environment Student
casting and fly selection and techniques. A portion of the course is
taught while on the river enjoying the serenity of the great outdoors.
Course instructor Mike Hanson says, “Fly fishing opportunities in the
Algoma region are limitless. One can top water fish for pike or bass,
nymph or wet fly for salmon or trout, or dry fly for trout. On occasion,
fishing with spinning equipment tells you a stream or lake is void of fish.
Yet, fly fishing could result in more fish than you could imagine in that
same stream or lake.”
Get your motor running...and sign up for the Motorcycle Training
course. This course is taught by certified instructors Tim Howson
and Barry Beckett. Upon successful completion, you will be eligible
to receive your M2 license without further testing and you will be hitting
the open road in no time at all!
Get prepared for hunting season by signing up for the Hunter Safety
and PAL course offered this spring. Jane Perry of Perry’s Gun and
Bow Shop will take you step by step through basic firearms parts,
care, transportation and storage of non-restricted firearms. Also
included is hunting trip preparation, hunting guidelines, ethics, rules
and regulations surrounding firearms and hunting.
Plan on hitting the bicycle trails this summer? Jan Roubal from Veloru-
tion is offering a Bicycle Maintenance course that will provide you with
tips on how to get your bike ready for the summer season and how
to ride on the road and safely on a trail. Jan will also provide you with
information about Sault Ste. Marie’s beautiful HUB TRAIL system.
Other new courses this Spring at Sault College are Beginner Bootcamp,
Digital Scrapbooking, Dog Training, Healthy Eating on a Budget for
Seniors/Retirees, Everyday Mexican cooking class, just to name a few.
There are so many reasons to treat yourself to the gift of education this
spring. Register by calling 705-759-6700 or 1-800-461-2260.

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Spring
issue
 New This Spring
                                                                                               Table of Contents
 Automotive Electronics: Do It Yourself . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
 Beginner Bootcamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
 Digital Scrapbooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
 Dog Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27   CertifiCateS
 Eating Healthy on a Budget for Seniors/Retirees . . . . . . . . . . 32
                                                                                               Adult Educator Certificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
 Everyday Mexican . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
                                                                                               Airline Operations Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
 Forgiveness – Letting it Go. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
                                                                                               Airport Administration and Services Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
 Healthy Body Weights for Children and Teenagers . . . . . . . . 33
                                                                                               Airport Wildlife Management Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
 Human Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
                                                                                               Computerized Business Systems Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
 Introduction to Portuguese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
                                                                                               Diversity and Intercultural Relations Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
 Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
                                                                                               Effective Business Writing Certificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
 Project Quality Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
                                                                                               Engineering Technology Management Certificate . . . . . . . . . . 8
 Racism and Discrimination                .......................... 7
                                                                                               Flight Attendant Training Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
 Religious Beliefs – Traditions and Customs of Death                          ...... 7
                                                                                               Food Service Worker Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
 Seminars for the Office Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
                                                                                               French Language Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
 So you want to be a Poet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
                                                                                               Health Office Administrative Support Certificate                  . . . . . . . . . 10
 Social Ballroom Dancing – A Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
                                                                                               Human Resources Practices Certificate                  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
 Spirituality and End-of-Life Care. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
 The Handywoman – Do it For Yourself. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29




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                                                                                                         Rock climbing i
                                                                                                         and Rock climbing ii
                                                                                                        Do you have a taste for outdoor adventure
                                                                                                        sports? Do you love to be in high places? Well
                                                                                                        have we got the course for you. Shaun Parent of
                                                                                                        the North of Superior Climbing Company will be
                                                                                                        sharing his years of experience as an instructor for
                                                                                                        the Rock Climbing I course, teaching the basics of
                                                                                                        slingshot top-rope climbing and lowering. Shaun
                                                                                                        is also offering a more advanced course in Rock
                                                                                                        Climbing II with the concepts required to rock
                                                                                                        climb safely in a top-roped setting using natural
                                                                                                        and artificial anchors. Both courses incorporate
                                                                                                        a class on site in Batchawana.




Language Interpreter Certificate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12                  General intereSt
Leadership Development Series Certificate NEW!. . . . . . . . . 13
                                                                                                  Computers and the Web. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                 24
Legal Office Assistant Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
                                                                                                  Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        25
Manufacturing Leadership Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
                                                                                                  Creative Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        25
Medical Transcription Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
                                                                                                  Fitness and Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .              26
Personal Support Worker Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16                        Health and Safety Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                   27
Police Officer Degree Program                   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17    House and Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               28
Professional Bookkeeper Certificate                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18     Language and Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                         29
Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18               Law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .      29
Pulp and Papermaking Operations Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . 19                            Outdoor Living . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .         30
Teacher of Adults – Literacy Educator Certificate . . . . . . . . . 19                            Personal Growth and Wellness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                     32
                                                                                                  Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          34
ProfeSSional DeveloPment
                                                                                                  Academic and Career Entrance Courses (ACE) . . . . . . . . . .                                 37
Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
                                                                                                  Online and Independent Study Courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                          38
Community Services               . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20   General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            35
Health Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20          Student Portal Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .               48
Trades and Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21                Ways to Register . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           50
LERN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23       Student Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                51
                                                                                                  Book Order Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .            52
                                                                                                  Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   53
                                                                                                  Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .           57
                                                                                                  Y Summer Day Camps 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                      44




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 Methods of Delivery                                                            INDEPENDENT STuDy:
                                                                                Sault College offers a number of courses and certificate programs on
 For your convenience, Sault College offers courses in a variety of             an Independent Study basis. With this learning method, you can start
 formats to fit your lifestyle and approach to learning. Each course is         anytime. Upon registration, a facilitator will be assigned to you for the
 noted with the method of delivery for that particular course.                  duration of your course. This mode of learning is truly independent
                                                                                and requires that you be very self-motivated and disciplined.


 ONlINE lEaRNINg                                                                CONTaCT NORTh/E-lEaRN NETwORk:
 Online learning is offered through OntarioLearn which is a                     Sault College, through its partnership with Contact North and
 consortium of 22 colleges in Ontario which have joined together to             E-Learn Network, offers a number of popular courses. This learning
 offer online courses in a manner that promotes convenience, quality            method requires that you attend an “electronic classroom” at a
 and variety. If you are interested in an online course please visit            specific time in a community with a Contact North or E-Learn
 our website at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance Education. Please                 Network site. Visit www.contactnorth.ca or www.elearnnetwork.ca for
 note that even though some of our in-class courses may have an                 a list of locations. Courses are offered by audio conferencing, video
 online substitute, the textbooks, the course name, requirements                conferencing and e-learning technologies that link the instructor and
 and prerequisites may differ between the online courses and                    students at various locations throughout Ontario. This learning mode
 the in-class courses. Visit www.ontariolearn.com for a complete                is suitable for those who require structure and enjoy group learning.
 listing of online courses. You can register at Sault College for all           At Sault College, the Contact North site is located in Room G1080,
 OntarioLearn.com courses.                                                      phone: 705-942-3425. Note: Courses offered over Contact North
                                                                                or E-Learn Network may not necessarily be available in your
                                                                                community.
 DISTaNCE lEaRNINg:
 Sault College, as a provider of lifelong learning programs, will
 collaborate with other online educational associations to bring                ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg:
 you the most up-to-date training you require for your growth and               Many courses are offered in a traditional classroom/lab setting. The
 advancement. With this learning method, all courses are offered                actual location will be specified with each individual course.
 over the internet.




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                                                                                Career Paths


CeRTIfICaTeS                                                                    Graduates may seek employment as a Ground Handler, Baggage
                                                                                Handler, Customer Service Agent and an Airline Marketing Officer.

                                                                                Minimum Academic Requirements
aDUlt eDUCator CertifiCate ProGram                                              Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
                                                                                or mature student status.
(ONlINE lEaRNINg) (INDEPENDENT STuDy)
                                                                                Program of Study
Program Overview                                                                Airline History and Careers
This certificate is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills                Airport/Airline Interface
of those engaged in delivering training to adults in the business,              Aviation Security
industry, service and education sectors.
                                                                                Aviation Fuelling
                                                                                Ground Handling
Career Paths                                                                    Aircraft Surface Contamination
This certificate will enable you to provide more effective training,            Dangerous Goods
workshops and instruction for groups and individuals.
                                                                                Flight Dispatch
                                                                                Communication
Minimum Academic Requirements                                                   Airline Marketing
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C)                      Governing Bodies
ENG4C or mature student status. It is recommended that participants
entering this program have at least three years work experience in
business, industry or government.                                               Note: All program material is included in the program fee.   $375.00
                                                                                Program details can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance
Courses are to be taken in the order shown.                                     Education; click on Part-time Certificates.

Program of Study
OEL720      Adult Learning
OEL697      Curriculum Development
                                                                                airPort aDminiStration anD ServiCeS
OEL191      Instructional Techniques                                            CertifiCate ProGram
OEL719      Assessment and Evaluation                                           (INDEPENDENT STuDy) (FF) (C4)
ED 248      Application of Teaching Techniques
                                                                                Program Overview
One elective must be chosen from the following:                                 Airports have been changing from Transport Canada Administration
OEL718        Adults with Learning Disabilities                                 to being owned and operated by municipally and locally owned
OEL342        Counselling Adult Learners                                        companies. This program will provide the individual with the knowledge
OEL341        Group Learning and Team Development                               to work in a complicated airport environment. The individual will have
                                                                                an understanding of all aspects of airport operations and will be able to
OEL286        Instructional Technology in Adult Education
                                                                                contribute in each of the different functions. This program is designed
OEL785        Introduction to Needs Analysis                                    for those who wish to get into the airport industry and consolidates
(ED 229 will be accepted as an elective for students who have                   information for those already working for an airport and who wish to
completed this course.)                                                         advance in their chosen field. This program is available in a Canadian
                                                                                and American version. Students have one year to complete the
                                                                                program.
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description, prerequisites
and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance Education
by clicking on Adult Educator Certificate Program. Textbook                     Career Paths
information for online courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by                Graduates may seek employment as an Airport Manager, Airport
searching the course name.                                                      Operations Officer, Airport Maintenance Manager, Manager of Safety
                                                                                and Security, Airport Marketing and Administration Officer.

                                                                                Minimum Academic Requirements
airline oPerationS CertifiCate ProGram                                          Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
(INDEPENDENT STuDy) (FF) (C4)                                                   or mature student status.

Program Overview
Airline Operations program will give you the basics of how an airline
is operated and the specifics of an airline operations position. The
individual will have a detailed understanding of aspects related to
aircraft, a detailed knowledge of ramp attendant duties and a good
overview of airline operations. This program is designed for those who
wish to get into the airline industry and consolidates information for
those already working for an airline who wishes to advance in their
chosen field. This program is available in a Canadian and American
version. Students have one year to complete the program.


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 Program of Study                                                                ComPUteriZeD BUSineSS SYStemS CertifiCate
 History of Airports
 The Airport Community                                                           ProGram (ONlINE lEaRNINg)
 Airport/Airline Interface
 Airport Safety                                                                  Curriculum for this program is currently under review. Please contact
 Airport Security                                                                Rita Taraborrelli at rita.taraborrelli@saultcollege.ca or 705-759-2554
                                                                                 ext. 2612 to confirm course availability.
 Airport Maintenance Operations
 Airport Equipment Operations
 Winter Operations                                                               Program Overview
 Airport Emergency Planning                                                      Graduates of this certificate program will have a high level of diverse
                                                                                 computer expertise that can be applied to the profession of choice in
 Airport Rescue and Firefighting                                                 today’s technology-oriented world.
 Airside Facilities
 Navigational Aids and Radio Procedures
                                                                                 Career Paths
 Air Terminal Development and Operations
                                                                                 Graduates of this certificate program may seek employment in any
 Airport Aprons and Special Aviation Events                                      office environment.
 Airport Noise
 Airport Environment Program
                                                                                 Minimum Academic Requirements
 Aviation Fuelling
                                                                                 Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
 Airport Planning                                                                or mature student status and Grade 10 Mathematics at the general
 Airport Marketing                                                               level or mature student status. Computer awareness is an asset.
 Airport Accounting
                                                                                 Courses should be taken in the order shown.
 Note: All program material is included in the program fee. $480.00
 Program details can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance                   Program of Study
 Education; click on Part-time Certificates.
                                                                                 OEL803      Understanding Technology
                                                                                 OEL107      Internet Essentials (Under Review)
                                                                                 OEL629      Business Math
 airPort WilDlife manaGement CertifiCate                                         OEL369      Windows XP
                                                                                                       (or OEL267 Windows 2000 or OEL696 Windows
 ProGram (INDEPENDENT STuDy) (FF) (C4)                                           Vista)
                                                                                 OEL657      Word - Specialist
 Program Overview
                                                                                 OEL156      Word Expert
 All airports must operate at a level which will provide a safe and
 efficient operation for the travelling public. Wildlife has always been         OEL656      Excel - Specialist
 recognized as a hazard to aviation and even more so in the vicinity of          OEL678      Excel - Expert
 an airport. This program will provide the individual with the knowledge         OEL102      Access Core
 to work in a complicated airport environment. The individual will               OEL151      Access Expert
 have a detailed understanding of all aspects of wildlife management.
                                                                                 OEL829      Personal Computer Management (Under Review)
 Students have one year to complete the program.
                                                                                 OEL681      FrontPage/Expression Web, Intro
 Career Paths                                                                    OEL902      Workplace Communication
 Graduates may seek employment as a Wildlife Control Officer at an               OEL817      Desktop Publishing for Business
 airport.                                                                        OEL154      PowerPoint
                                                                                 OEL477      Software Application Integration
 Minimum Academic Requirements
 Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C                Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
 or mature student status.                                                       prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.
                                                                                 ca, Distance Education by clicking on Computerized Business
 Program of Study                                                                Systems Certificate Program. Textbook information for online
 Wildlife Management                                                             courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the
                                                                                 course name.
 Habitat Modification
 Wildlife Dispersal Techniques
 Exclusion and Removal Methods
 Bird Profiles                                                                   DiverSitY anD interCUltUral relationS
 Mammal Profiles
 Wildlife Management Awareness/Safe Firearms Use
                                                                                 CertifiCate (ONlINE lEaRNINg) (ClaSSROOm
 Airport Wildlife Management Plan                                                lEaRNINg)
 Bird Identification
                                                                                 Program Overview
                                                                                 Globalization brings the peoples of the world closer together. However,
 Note: All program material is included in the program fee. $375.00
                                                                                 discrimination and other forms of intolerance continue to cause
 Program details can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance                   problems. In our increasingly multicultural society these issues can
 Education; click on Part-time Certificates.                                     lead to exclusion and inequality, often along racial and ethnic lines.

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This certificate program is a direct response to learning needs                 Religious Beliefs – Traditions and Customs of Death (NEW!)
identified by a broad range of representatives from multicultural,              This course will explore attitudes towards death and the death rituals
health, community services and justice agencies who recognize                   and ceremonies of world religious traditions including Hinduism,
that racial inequity and negative stereotyping are significant social           Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Buddhism. Students will also explore
problems. In this six course certificate, learners will examine diversity       the religious attitudes and beliefs concerning immortality and life after
issues in a social context, explore critical differences in cross-              death.
cultural communication and identify the sources, causes, forms and              Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
manifestations of these issues in our society.                                  DIR105                    May 3 to June 21         $278.65
                                                                                David Jack                8 Tuesdays/7 Thursdays    7:00pm - 10:00pm
Career Paths                                                                    Contact North (G1080)
The Diversity and Intercultural Relations Certificate is intended to
enhance the graduates ability to work effectively with co-workers and
clients, enabling them to become more effective and productive in
their chosen field. The graduate will acquire greater confidence when
confronted both professionally and personally with the complex issues
                                                                                effeCtive BUSineSS WritinG CertifiCate
arising from the interaction of different cultural and ethnic groups within     (ONlINE lEaRNINg) (ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg)
Canada.
                                                                                Program Overview
Minimum Academic Requirements                                                   The writing skills developed in traditional academic settings may not
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C                adequately prepare the individual for the real business world. Today’s
or mature student status.                                                       business environment is rapidly changing; the ability of the professional
                                                                                to relate his/her thoughts clearly, concisely and directly can be the key
                                                                                to career advancement. The goal of the Effective Business Writing
Program of Study (6 courses – 270 hours)
                                                                                Certificate is to:
In class/Online
                                                                                a) develop and refine business writing skills as a resource for the
SOC120/OEL127        Introduction to Sociology                                     professional to meet the challenges of an evolving environment
DIR100/OEL824        Contemporary Canadian Social Problems                         AND
DIR101/OEL440        Racism and Discrimination                                  b) develop a professional who is a productive, confident and
DIR102/OEL541        Intercultural Communications                                  effective communicator in the business world.
                                                                                The student will participate in a series of three core courses and two
Choose 2 Electives:                                                             electives, all available online. The core elements will focus on building
SSC102/OEL325           Introduction to Aboriginal Peoples of Canada            a foundation in English writing skills. The electives will introduce
DIR104                  Human Sexuality                                         the student to the major styles of business writing through personal
                                                                                selection from areas of interest.
DIR105                  Religious Beliefs – Traditions and Customs
                        of Death
PCS302                  Human Rights Advocacy (available Fall 2011)             Career Paths
PCS303                  Religions of The World                                  This certificate will be of interest to any person seeking to develop,
                                                                                refine or expand their business writing skills including but not exclusive
                                                                                to administrators, human resource professionals, business owners and
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,                         operators, entrepreneurs and entry level personnel.
prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,
Distance Education by clicking on Diversity and Intercultural
Relations Certificate Program. Textbook information for online                  Minimum Academic Requirements
courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course                  Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
name.                                                                           or mature student status.

                                                                                Program of Study
Racism and Discrimination                                  (NEW!)               In-class/Online
Substitute: OEL541                                                              MTC100/OEL453            Writing Grammatically
This course will target racism and discrimination that are observed in
                                                                                EBW100/OEL620            Business Writing Strategies
the Canadian multiculturalism context. Learners are able to identify
types of discriminations and racisms based on our cultural values and           EBW101/OEL621            Leadership and Communication
find the connection between discrimination and the society. We will
also analyze sociological factors such as the media that could cause            Two electives can be chosen from the following:
biases and prejudice. The objective of this course is to enhance the            OEL380                Writing a Business Manual
sensitivity and intolerance of the mistreatment based on racial or
ethnic background and to consider how to handle these issues as                 OEL391                Writing a Business Plan
occupational professionals and individuals in this pluralistic society.         OEL708                Writing a Proposal
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                          OEL392                Writing a Marketing Plan
No class May 23.                                                                OEL709                Writing Sales Material
DIR101                    May 2 to June 22         $278.65                      OEL817                Desktop Publishing for Business
Amanda Hohmann            7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Contact North (G1080)
                                                                                Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
                                                                                prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,
                                                                                Distance Education by clicking on Effective Business Writing
                                                                                Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can
                                                                                be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.


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 Business Writing Strategies                                                      Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
 In this course, students develop practical writing skills using technology       prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.
 for successful communication in business. They learn how to compose              ca, Distance Education by clicking on Engineering Technology
 business correspondence including e-mails, memoranda, letters, and               Management Certificate Program. Textbook information for
 reports with a focus on routine, persuasive, and negative messages.              online courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the
 The course includes a review of grammar and mechanics.                           course name.
 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
 EBW100                    May 10 to June 28        $278.65
 Tobin Kern                8 Tuesdays/7 Thursdays   7:00pm -10:00pm
 Contact North (G1080)                                                            fliGHt attenDant traininG CertifiCate
                                                                                  ProGram (INDEPENDENT STuDy)  (FF) (C4)
 Leadership and Communication                                                     Program Overview
 Substitute: OEL621
 Participants will learn the theory and application of effective                  This certificate program will prepare you to enter the field of aviation
 communication skills for leaders. A critical function of leaders is to           working as a flight attendant. This program provides the theory taught
 represent their organization not only internally, but also to external           by an airline to its flight attendants.
 audiences, such as the media, other organizations, stakeholder groups,           This program is available in a Canadian and American version.
 the public and government. This highly interactive course will improve           Students have one year to complete the program.
 skills in communicating messages plainly and concisely to both internal
 and external audiences, dealing with the media and writing clearly for
 people outside your organization. A key component will be articulating           Career Paths
 a personal philosophy of leadership.                                             Graduates may seek employment as an effective crew member with
 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                                  major airlines.
 No class May 23.
 EBW101                    May 9 to June 29         $278.65                       Minimum Academic Requirements
 Jessica Cavaliere         7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm                Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
 Contact North (G1080)                                                            or mature student status.

                                                                                  Program of Study
 enGineerinG teCHnoloGY manaGement                                                Airline History and Careers
                                                                                  Flight Attendant Training Requirements & Familiarization
 CertifiCate ProGram (ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                            In-Flight Cabin Safety and Procedures
                                                                                  Health of Airline Personnel
 Program Overview                                                                 Passengers with Disabilities
 The Engineering Technology Management Certificate program is                     Dash 8-100 Series Aircraft and Emergency Equipment
 designed to expand the technical expertise of the graduate engineering           Lockheed L-1011-100 Tristar Aircraft
 technician or technologist. The program provides the essential
 academic content to develop meaningful skills required in supervisory            Emergency Procedures
 roles for a wide variety of industrial settings.                                 Aviation Medicine
                                                                                  Dangerous Goods
 Career Paths                                                                     Flight Dispatch
 Graduates may seek employment opportunities in areas such as                     Canadian Aviation Regulations
 scheduling, quality and production management, human resource
 planning and supervision. With added experience, opportunities exist             Note: All program material is included in the program fee. $375.00
 for advancement to higher management and administrative positions.               Program details can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance
                                                                                  Education; click on Part-time Certificates.
 Minimum Academic Requirements
 To participate in this program, you need to have a diploma from a
 recognized college as an Engineering Technician or Technologist.
                                                                                  fooD ServiCe WorKer CertifiCate
 Courses are to be taken in the order shown.                                      (CONTaCT NORTh) (INDEPENDENT STuDy)
 Program of Study
 OEL149      Microeconomics                                                       Program Overview
 OEL612      Human Resource Management Principles                                 The Food Service Worker program at Sault College provides the
 OEL376      Management for Results                                               student with the knowledge and skills to be an effective member of
                                                                                  a food service team. The program covers food preparation, service,
 OEL685      Systems Analysis                                                     nutrition and sanitation practices. Also covered are customer service,
 OEL796      Organizational Studies                                               communications and business skills.
 OEL684      Fundamentals of Quality Assurance                                    The program includes 270 hours of instruction - 195 hours of
 OEL142      Industrial Relations                                                 classroom instruction for core curriculum and 75 hours of practical
 OEL683      Material and Operations Management                                   fieldwork experience for those individuals without previous training in
 OEL682      Strategic Leadership                                                 an institutional setting or job training in food service operation.
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Career Paths                                                                    Sanitation and Safety
Graduates of the program may seek employment as a Food Service                  Prerequisite: FSW100
Worker in a commercial, institutional or long-term care facility. Potential     Explore sanitary food handling techniques and food server safety
positions exist in nursing homes, homes for the aged, retirement                procedures to minimize the risk of food-borne illness. Also examine
homes, rest homes, special care homes, hospitals, residential hospice,          accident prevention through proper body mechanics and the creation of
residential group home facilities and other integrated care facilities.         a safe work environment.
                                                                                Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. You will also
                                                                                be required to purchase a Thermometer and a Safe Food Handlers Manual.
Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                                FSW101                     April 20 to June 22       $204.10
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
                                                                                Mike Doherty               10 Wednesdays             7:00pm - 10:00pm
or mature student status.                                                       Contact North (G1080)
WHMIS and a current (within one year) Police Records Search are
required.
All costs associated to these requirements are the responsibility of the        Workplace Communication
student.                                                                        Substitute: CMM149, CMM210, CMM215, CMM225, CMM230, OEL200,
                                                                                OEL770, OEL902, PFP204
If you have successfully completed a program such as Culinary                   This course develops skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking
Management or Culinary Skills – Chef Training you may be eligible for           that are typically required in the modern workplace. Work-related
exemption from some courses.                                                    journals and periodicals will be used to develop communication skills
If you are currently employed as a food service employee in a long              pertinent to the students’ programs of study. The principles of writing will
term care institution OR have completed at least 1 year equivalent              be taught through the writing process and students will practice writing
of full-time employment in the past 5 years you may be eligible for             paragraphs, letters, memos and reports. To improve their work, students
exemption from the Fieldwork course. You will be required to provide            will be encouraged to use all forms of technology. Listening and oral
proof of hours worked from your employer.                                       presentation skills will be enhanced by classroom activities/experiences.
                                                                                Also, students will prepare a resume and cover letter to assist them in
                                                                                their job search.
Program of Study
                                                                                Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
CMM126      Workplace Communications                                            No class May 23.
FSW100      Role of the Food Service Worker                                     CMM126                    May 2 to June 22         $278.65
FSW101      Sanitation and Safety                                               Nicole DiLabio            7 Mondays
FSW102      Introduction to Nutrition                                                                     8 Wednesdays             7:00pm - 10:00pm
FSW103      Nutrition II                                                        Contact North (G1080)
FSW104      Institutional Food Preparation
FSW105      Fieldwork for Food Service Workers                                  Fieldwork for Food Service Worker
                                                                                Prerequisite: CMM126, FSW100, FSW101, FSW102, FSW103,
Role of Food Service Worker                                                     FSW104
This course has been designed to focus on the role of the Food                  The final step to complete the Food Service Worker Certificate is the
Service Worker and provides students with fundamental knowledge.                practicum. This necessary practicum will provide the student with the
Organizational policies, procedures and job descriptions will be                opportunity to practice the skills and knowledge from prior Food Service
discussed. Explore stages of the various food service systems                   Worker courses. The practicum requires 75 hours of work experience
including purchasing, receiving, production, inventory, delivery and            within an institutional food service environment. The course will provide
service. Review of quality assurance, industry work standards, menu             experience in the preparation and serving of all daily meals. Students
processing and computerization is included.                                     with work experience in institutional food services may be eligible for
                                                                                exemption from FSW105. You will be required to provide a letter from
FSW100                      April 19 to June 21           $189.10               your employer to verify your work experience.
Jason Solomon               10 Tuesdays                   7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                                Notes: This course is offered by Independent Study.
Contact North (G1080)
                                                                                FSW105                                                   $457.75


Nutrition II
Prerequisite: FSW100, FSW102
This course focuses on the basic principles of diet therapy. Therapeutic
diets are discussed as well as food modifications and commercial
                                                                                     Visit www.ontariolearn.com
preparations.
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                              for a complete listing of online
FSW103
Erica Sus
                          April 21 to June 23
                          10 Thursdays
                                                   $189.10
                                                   7:00pm - 10:00pm                   courses. You can register
                                                                                        at Sault College for all
Contact North (G1080)



                                                                                     OntarioLearn.com courses.




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frenCH lanGUaGe CertifiCate                                                    HealtH offiCe aDminiStrative SUPPort
(ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg)                                                           CertifiCate (ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg) (ONlINE
Program Overview                                                               lEaRNINg) (INDEPENDENT STuDy) (CONTaCT NORTh)
The Sault College French Language Certificate program is designed to           Program Overview
meet your needs to achieve high proficiency in the French language.
The program offers six credit courses intended to help you learn               Health office personnel require strong organizational skills and the ability
French progressively.                                                          to maintain an orderly flow of information. If you have an interest in health
                                                                               care, enjoy paperwork and are excited at the notion of becoming fluent in
Being proficient in French can provide a competitive advantage in the          the language of health and medicine then you may be headed for a new
business world. The courses in this certificate will meet your needs for       career as a Health Office Administrative Support person.
communication if you plan to travel. As well, the certificate has been
shown to appeal to persons who would like to learn more about French           This program is available on a course by course basis. Students may
culture.                                                                       choose to complete one or more courses each semester. Students are
                                                                               not eligible for OSAP funding.
This program has been designed to prepare you to be proficient in both
oral and written French. The six credit courses incorporate listening,
speaking, reading and writing skills. By the end of the program you            Career Paths
should be able to actively participate in French conversations and             Employment settings include hospitals, physician’s offices or other
acquire an appropriate understanding of the grammatical and cultural           healthcare facilities; insurance or health maintenance organizations.
aspects that are essential for the proficiency in the French language.         Graduates of the Health Office Administrative Support Certificate program
                                                                               are employed as health office personnel such as unit clerk, receptionist or
                                                                               office assistant.
Admission Requirements
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
or mature student status.                                                      Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                               Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C or
If you have no or limited proficiency it is recommended that you begin
                                                                               mature student status.
with FRN101 French Introductory Level I. No testing is required for
entry into this course.
If you think that you are eligible for placement into a higher level,          Clinical/Lab and Fieldwork Requirements
register for the appropriate challenge exam by contacting Student              Fieldwork experience provides the student with the opportunity to
Services at 759-2554 ext. 2703.                                                apply classroom theory to an actual employment situation. Students
Students must register for and successfully complete a minimum of              with experience in the health office field may apply for prior learning
25% of the required credits at Sault College to be granted the Sault           assessment (PLAR).
College French Language Certificate.                                           All applicants will be required to submit documentation of having
                                                                               completed the following procedures prior to entering clinical/lab, identified
                                                                               courses and/or field placement components of the program. If the
Program of Study                                                               appropriate documentation is not received within at least two weeks prior
Sault College offers a series of 6 French language courses.                    to the start of the identified clinical/lab/course and/or field placement it
The courses in this program include:                                           may be necessary to withdraw the student from the course.
FRN101        French Introductory Level 1
FRN102        French Introductory Level 2                                      • A current (within one year) Police Record Search
FRN201        French Intermediate Level 1                                      This is required by students as they are enrolled in a program during
FRN202        French Intermediate Level 2                                      which they will have unsupervised access to vulnerable persons.
FRN301        French Advanced Level 1
FRN302        French Advanced Level 2                                          • Immunization and Health Record Form.
These courses must be taken in order, as each is prerequisite to the             This form includes the following immunization requirements:
following one. If there is a course you require but it is not being offered
this semester, please call 759-2554 ext. 2658. We will work towards              -Two-step TB test
getting the course you require.                                                  -Immunity against measles, mumps and rubella
                                                                                 -Current tetanus-diphtheria immunization
French Introduction - Level II                                                   -Current influenza immunization
Prerequisite: FRN101
FRN102 is part of a six-part program that explores many aspects of the         • Statement of Confidentiality Form and Workplace Agreement Form
French language, culture and history. This course covers introductory          These forms will be given to you to sign prior to your fieldwork placement.
French conversation and involves the fundamentals of French
grammar. The content of the conversation, discussion and exercises
for this course focuses on Quebec. Cultural events such as the                 • WHMIS Certificate
Montreal Jazz Festival, the Quebec Winter Carnival and Acadian and             All costs associated with these requirements are the responsibility of the
Louisiana cultures are included. The cultural and language similarities        student.
and differences with France are explored.
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
No class May 23.
FRN102                    May 11 to July 4         $278.65
Chantal Anderson          7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Classroom Learning (E2150)




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Program of Study                                                                   Workplace Communication
In-Class and CN/Online                                                             Substitute: CMM149, CMM210, CMM215, CMM225, CMM230,
MED111/OEL306                             Medical Terminology                      OEL200, OEL770, OEL902, PFP204
                                                                                   This course develops skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking
CMM126/OEL902 or OEL770                   Workplace Communications                 that are typically required in the modern workplace. Work-related
HOA109/OEL614 + OEL615                    Health Office Foundations                journals and periodicals will be used to develop communication skills
HOA108/OEL619                             Health Office Keyboarding                pertinent to the students’ programs of study. The principles of writing
HOA106/OEL686                             Medical Office Billing                   will be taught through the writing process and students will practice
HOA104                                    Processing Physicians Orders             writing paragraphs, letters, memos and reports. To improve their work,
                                                                                   students will be encouraged to use all forms of technology. Listening
HOA110/OEL353 + OEL738                    Understanding Pharmacology               and oral presentation skills will be enhanced by classroom activities/
                                          and Medical Tests                        experiences. Also, students will prepare a resume and cover letter to
HOA103                                    Patient Preparation                      assist them in their job search.
HOA107                                    Health Office Fieldwork                  Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
                                                                                   May 23.
Note: HOA103 Patient Preparation has a weekend lab component                       CMM126                    May 2 to June 22         $278.65
(Friday, Saturday, and Sunday) that must be completed at the Sault                 Nicole DiLabio            7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Ste. Marie Campus. This course is offered during the spring semester               Contact North (G1080)
each year.
                                                                                   Health Office Fieldwork
Note: Health Office Fieldwork will be completed towards the end                    Prerequisite: CMM126, HOA103, HOA104, HOA106, HOA108,
of the program.                                                                    HOA109, HOA110, MED111
                                                                                   Substitute: CED1649
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,                            This course is designed to give students a broad knowledge of
prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,                      the roles and responsibilities of persons working in health offices,
Distance Education by clicking on Health Office Administration                     specifically in support positions and the variety of health care services
Support Certificate Program. Textbook information for online                       available. Students will be required to complete a written assignment
courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course                     and share their experience in a group setting. Fieldwork experience
name.                                                                              provides the student with the opportunity to apply classroom theory to
                                                                                   an actual employment situation. Students with experience in the health
                                                                                   office field may apply for prior learning assessment (PLAR).
To obtain a part-time information package contact 705-759-2554
                                                                                   Notes: This course is offered by Independent Study.
ext. 2417.
                                                                                   HOA107                                                   $480.66

Medical Terminology
Substitute: CED1048, CED1794, OEL306
This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and function of
the human body and related terminology used to describe body parts,
structure and function. Related terminology will also include general
or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and
                                                                                          Join our Team: If you are
abbreviations.
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
                                                                                         looking for an occasional,
May 23.
MED111                    May 2 to June 23         $278.65
                                                                                         flexible part-time teaching
Angela Niro
Contact North (G1080)
                          7 Mondays/8 Thursdays    7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                                           schedule in which you
                                                                                           are available evenings
Patient Preparation
Substitute: CED1476                                                                         and weekends, please
This course has been designed to acquire the knowledge and skills
to prepare a patient for examination. Skills include measuring vital
signs, height and weight. Students will learn positioning, draping and
                                                                                             send your resume to
specimen collection. Infection control, disease prevention and safety
are emphasized.
                                                                                           continuingeducation@
HOA103
Tina Della-Vincenzo
                         May 6 to May 8
                         1 Friday/1 Saturday
                                                            $99.55
                                                            6:00pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                               saultcollege.ca
                         /1 Sunday                          9:00am - 4:00pm
Classroom Learning (A2160)




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HUman reSoUrCeS PraCtiCeS CertifiCate                                          Compensation
                                                                               The primary objective of this course is to provide an understanding of the
(ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg) (ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                         process, issues and techniques involved in developing and administering
(CERTIFIED humaN RESOuRCE PROFESSIONal)                                        a compensation system. The course enables the student to gain
                                                                               knowledge of a) the theoretical and applied aspects of the compensation
Program Overview                                                               function; b) the linkage between the compensation function and the
                                                                               organizational management process and c) the compensation system
A career in human resources involves helping an organization manage            design necessary to attract, retain and motivate the required workforce.
its people. This includes a wide range of activities including hiring and
firing, training, compensation, administering benefits and many other          Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
issues. This is an exciting career area. An effective human resources          May 23.
department finds the employees who are the best fit for a given                BUS133                    May 2 to June 22         $273.65
position which results in giving the company a competitive advantage.                                    7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Sault College’s Human Resources Practices Certificate gives you the            Classroom Learning (A0020)
tools to launch your career in human resources. This Certificate also
provides you with the opportunity to gain a national designation from
Human Resources Professional Association (HRPA). Study in-class                Labour Industrial Relations
through evening and weekend sessions or online through the comfort             Substitute: OEL142
of your own home.                                                              This course provides participants with a working knowledge of the
                                                                               institutions and processes (both regulatory and non-regulatory) that
                                                                               govern the relationship between employers and employees in Ontario,
Minimum Academic Requirements                                                  with an emphasis on the process of collective bargaining.
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C               Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class May
or mature student status.                                                      23. Monday classes: April 11, 18, May 2, 9. Saturday classes: April 16, 30,
                                                                               May, 7, 14, 28, June 4.
Required Courses:                                                              BUS135                      April 11 to June 4           $273.65
In Class/Online            Equivalent HRPA Course                              Teresa Vavala               4 Mondays/6 Saturdays        6:30pm - 9:30pm
                                                                                                                                        8:30am - 3:30pm
BUS131/OEL612              Human Resources Management
                                                                               Classroom Learning (A0010)
BUS132/OEL729              Organizational Behaviour
BUS133/OEL135              Compensation
BUS134/OEL610              Training and Development                            Occupational Health and Safety
BUS135/OEL142              Labour Industrial Relations                         This course will help prepare you, as future employers of business
                                                                               organizations and personnel departments to understand legislation
BUS136/OEL125              Occupational Health & Safety                        related to health and safety. It is designed to heighten awareness of the
BUS137/OEL605              Human Resources Planning                            key players and reveal how their roles should collectively filter through
BUS141/OEL735              Recruitment and Selection                           the corporate climate, allowing the development of informed policies
ACC107/OEL1024             Applied Accounting (Pre-requisite for               and procedures. The specific elements of the course are planned to
                           ACC124)                                             emphasize accountability for safe work practices combined with safe
ACC124/OEL398              Financial & Managerial Accounting                   handling of materials and equipment.
                                                                               Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                               BUS136                    May 3 to June 21         $273.65
Notes: Successful completion of the above ten Sault College
courses will earn you a Sault College Human Resources                                                    8 Tuesdays/7 Thursdays   7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                               Classroom Learning (A0010)
Practices Certificate. These courses are also accepted by Human
Resources Professionals Association (HRPA). More information
can be found at www.hrpa.ca.

Courses must be completed within ten years of registering to write the         lanGUaGe interPreter CertifiCate ProGram
National Knowledge Exam (NKE) to be considered for eligibility.                (ONlINE lEaRNINg)
For graduates of Business Diploma and Degree Programs and
possibly others, advanced credit standing is a possibility. Should you
                                                                               Program Overview
wish courses to be evaluated for equivalencies, forward your request to
the Registrar’s Office. A fee may apply for credit evaluation.                 The Language Interpreter Certificate Program is designed for bilingual
                                                                               individuals who wish to work as spoken language interpreters in the
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description, prerequisites          legal, health care, social service and domestic violence prevention
and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca, Distance Education by          sectors in Ontario. Integrating theory, principles and concepts with
clicking on Human Resources Practices Certificate Program. Textbook            practical application and skills development, the program aims to assist
information for online courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by               individuals in developing the introductory level competencies, skills,
searching the course name.                                                     knowledge and attitudes required for proficient practice as language
                                                                               interpreters. The program will benefit individuals who wish to begin a
                                                                               career in interpreting, as well as those already working as interpreters
                                                                               who wish to upgrade their skills and obtain a college credential.




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This 180-hour program provides an introduction to spoken language              Minimum Academic Requirements
interpreting, with skills development practice in the major constituent        Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
tasks of interpreting – consecutive interpreting, sight translation and        or mature student status.
note taking, simultaneous interpreting, and a focus on setting-specific
interpreting. The final 30-hour capstone course concentrates on the
integration of all of these skills in typical settings encountered by          Program of Study
spoken language interpreters. This final course also incorporates              LDS101      Communications
a module that addresses some of the competencies required to                   LDS102      Employment Law
operate a small business. Participants who successfully complete               LDS103      Human Relations
the program will demonstrate compliance with the Standards of
Practice and Ethical Principles and an ethical code appropriate to             LDS104      Project Management
the language interpreting profession. This program also incorporates           LDS105      Performance Management
essential employability skills, the fundamental, personal management           LDS106      Leading Teams
and teamwork skills necessary to get, keep and progress in a job-of-           LDS107      Managing Change
choice, or to enter further postsecondary studies.
                                                                               LDS108      Finance
                                                                               LDS109      Leading Responsibly
Career Paths                                                                   LDS110      Critical and Creative Thinking
Spoken language interpreters are required in the legal, health care,
social service and domestic violence prevention sectors in Ontario.
The program will benefit individuals who wish to seek a career in              Human Relations                                         New!
interpreting, as well as those already working as interpreters who wish        This course will provide leaders with the appropriate skills and
to upgrade their skills and obtain a college certificate.                      knowledge to be able to effectively recruit personnel, train them, and
                                                                               manage their performance in a professional manner. Leaders will
                                                                               use their knowledge of the concepts of statutory and common law
Minimum Academic Requirements                                                  to conduct interviews, handle performance problems, counsel and
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C               discipline as required, plan and direct training needs assessments,
or mature student status. You must be bilingual.                               methods and program delivery.
                                                                               Notes: Manual can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
Program of Study                                                               LDS103                    April 12 to June 14      $204.10
OEL762      Introduction to Spoken Language                                    Jody Rebek                10 Tuesdays              7:00pm - 10:00pm
            Interpreting                                                       Classroom Learning (A0020)
OEL784      Consecutive Interpreting
OEL755      Language Interpreter - Sight Translation
                                                                               Project Management                                        New!
OEL756      Language Interpreter - Simultaneous Interpreting                   Today, leadership involves all aspects of an organization and multiple
OEL790      Setting Specific Interpreting                                      skills, duties and responsibilities. This course is designed to meet
OEL763      Capstone Course - Skills Integration                               the needs of leaders in any organization who may be new to project
                                                                               management or who have not had formal project management training.
                                                                               This course provides the practical knowledge to start and complete
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,                        a project successfully from a leadership perspective. You will learn
prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.                     how the elements of the Project Management Body of Knowledge are
ca, Distance Education by clicking on Language Interpreter                     applied during each phase of a project’s life cycle and the implications
Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can               of project management on leadership within an organization. This
be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.                       will help establish priorities and effectively manage your projects and
                                                                               project teams.
                                                                               Notes: Manual can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                               LDS104                    April 14 to June 16      $204.10
leaDerSHiP DeveloPment SerieS CertifiCate                                      Jody Rebek                10 Thursdays             7:00pm - 10:00pm
(ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg)                                                           Classroom Learning (A0020)

Program Overview
This program will enhance leadership skills and develop new skills
to help meet career and organizational objectives. The program
will provide a solid foundation for those looking to enter leadership
positions, and for those currently in front-line or mid-level management
positions. The program will build on existing skills and experience
and apply those skills to workplace situations. Content includes
communications, ethics, performance management, change
management, team building, planning, and project management.

Career Paths
The Leadership Development Series Certificate is intended for
persons who have employment experience and are planning towards
or currently working in a leadership role.




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 leGal offiCe aSSiStant CertifiCate ProGram                                      Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                                 Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
 (ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                                               or mature student status.
 Program Overview
 Legal Office Assistants aid lawyers in providing legal services. A career Program of Study
 as a legal office assistant will give you insight into the working life of a In-Class/Online
 law firm or a legal environment.                                             OEL618       Supervisory Skills for Business and Industry
                                                                              OEL626       Coaching and Developing People
 Career Paths                                                                 OEL399       Developing Effective Teams
 Graduates of the program may seek employment in: private law offices;        OEL655       Continuous Improvement Processes
 corporate legal departments; insurance companies; real estate offices; OEL744             The Business of Tomorrow
 financial institutions; government offices and agencies.
                                                                                 For more information, check out http://www.manufacturingleadership.
 Minimum Academic Requirements                                                   com for certificate details and course descriptions or contact 705-759-
 Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C                2554 ext. 2448.
 or mature student status. It is recommended that participants have an
 aptitude for detail; excellent writing and communication skills; familiarity    Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
 with office procedures and computer systems; knowledge of formats;              prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,
 and a typing speed of at least 35 wpm.                                          Distance Education by clicking on Manufacturing Leadership
                                                                                 Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can
 Note: This program is not intended for law clerks or paralegals.                be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.


 Legal Terminology and Introduction to Legal Office Procedures are
 prerequisites for other courses.
                                                                                 meDiCal tranSCriPtion CertifiCate
 Program of Study                                                                (CONTaCT NORTh) (ONlINE lEaRNINg)
 OEL562      Legal Terminology
 OEL583      Introduction to Legal Office Procedures                             Program Overview
 OEL606      Litigation Practice and Procedure 1                                 The Medical Transcription Certificate will give you the opportunity
 OEL674      Litigation Practice and Procedure 2                                 to acquire expertise in the language of health care and the medical
                                                                                 environment. You will gain the knowledge and skills required to
 OEL582      Real Estate Practice and Procedure 1
                                                                                 transcribe dictated reports and correspondence. In addition to
 OEL673      Real Estate Practice and Procedure 2                                transcribing the report into the desired format, transcriptionists also
 OEL687      Family Law                                                          verify the dictation for accuracy -- both medical accuracy and English-
 OEL609      Wills and Estates Practice and Procedure                            language accuracy -- so that the final report is a clear, medically
 OEL705      Corporate Practice and Procedure                                    accurate representation of the encounter between patient and provider.
                                                                                 The development of the electronic medical record has increased the
                                                                                 importance of ensuring the accuracy of a patient’s medical history,
 Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,                         as more medical professionals access and rely on this record.
 prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.                      Transcriptionists play a vital role as part of the medical team.
 ca, Distance Education by clicking on Legal Office Assistant                    This program has not been assessed for requirements to qualify
 Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can                for Certified Medical Secretary Certification (CMS) with the Ontario
 be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.                        Medical Secretary – Health Care Association.

                                                                                 Career Paths
 manUfaCtUrinG leaDerSHiP CertifiCate                                            As a graduate, your employment opportunities include medical
                                                                                 transcriber positions in hospital departments of Health Records,
 (ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                                               Diagnostic Imaging, and Pathology, in various medical clinics,
                                                                                 or in private practice specialties and other community facilities,
 Program Overview                                                                physicians’ offices, and online transcription companies. If you have
                                                                                 an entrepreneurial spirit you may decide to consider using your
 Global competition, the development of advanced technologies and
                                                                                 transcription capabilities to establish an independent business.
 other economic challenges are rapidly changing the way Canadian
 business and industry operates. Supervisors have felt the impact of the
 changes most dramatically. Today’s manufacturing supervisors must               Minimum Academic Requirements
 demonstrate multifaceted leadership combined with a high level of               Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
 technical expertise. The Manufacturing Leadership Certificate Program           or mature student status. Students are advised that experience with
 is exactly what you need if you are a supervisor, manager or have               word processing software is essential for success.
 goals targeted in that direction.

 Career Paths
 Graduates may seek employment with their acquired leadership skills
 as supervisors or managers.




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Program of Study
In-class/Online
MED111/OEL306                           Medical Terminology                               Sign up today at the
HOA108/OEL619                           Health Office Keyboarding
CMM126/OEL902 or OEL770                 Workplace Communications                         Registrar’s Office, open
                                                                                            Monday to Friday,
MTC104/OEL745                           Medical Transcription Styles
                                        and Practices
MTC105/OEL746                           Medical Transcription
                                        Fundamentals                                       8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
HOA109/OEL614 + OEL615                  Health Office Foundations
MTC102/OEL644                           Beginning Medical Transcription
MTC103/OEL645                           Advanced Medical Transcription
HOA110/OEL353 + OEL738                  Understanding Pharmacology
                                                                               Advanced Medical Transcription
                                        and Medical Tests
                                                                               Prerequisite: MTC102
                                                                               Substitute: OEL645
Two electives can be chosen from the following:                                This Advanced Medical Transcription course is designed for
MTC106/OEL623                     How To Start A Small Business                transcriptionists wishing to perfect their skills in medical transcription
                                                                               and terminology. The main purpose of this course is to develop and
MTC107/OEL742                     Small Business Bookkeeping
                                                                               refine your transcription skills to a competitive level by using the
HOA106/OEL686                     Medical Office Billing                       learning activities included with the textbook.
HOA104                            Processing Physicians Orders                 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
MTC101/OEL657                     MS Word Specialist                           May 23.
MTC100/OEL453                     Writing Grammatically                        MTC103                    May 9 to June 29         $278.65
OEL797                            Dental Terminology                           Debbie Sacco              7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                               Contact North (E2140)
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.                     Medical Terminology
ca, Distance Education by clicking on Medical Transcription                    Substitute: CED1048, CED1794, OEL306
Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can               This basic course will focus on the anatomical structure and function of
be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.                       the human body and related terminology used to describe body parts,
                                                                               structure and function. Related terminology will also include general
For an information package please call 705-759-2554 ext. 2417.                 or symptomatic terms, diagnostic terms, surgical procedures and
                                                                               abbreviations.
                                                                               Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
Medical Transcription Styles and Practices                                     May 23.
Substitute: OEL745                                                             MED111                    May 2 to June 23         $278.65
Learn concepts and standards of style and format of medical reports            Angela Niro               7 Mondays/8 Thursdays    7:00pm - 10:00pm
and basic grammar rules in medical documentation. Prepare for                  Contact North (G1080)
medical transcription by applying industry standards, as set by the
American Association for Medical Transcription. The course introduces
information not encountered outside of healthcare documentation. The           How To Start A Small Business
student will review dictation “clips” that briefly introduce the student       Substitute: OEL1026
to dictation, and allow for practice in applying the standards. This           This course will guide the business person through the process of
will prepare the student for “Medical Transcription Fundamentals”              setting up a business. Content areas include feasibility study, forms
(MTC105).                                                                      of ownership, financing, operations, marketing plans and personal
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class                skills. In short, this course will help transform your business idea into a
May 23.                                                                        functional business.
MTC104                    May 9 to June 29         $278.65                     Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
Karen Gillgrass           7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm              MTC106                    May 10 to June 9         $189.10
Contact North (E2130)                                                          Jim McWatters             5 Tuesdays/5 Thursdays   7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                               Contact North (G1080)
Beginning Medical Transcription
Substitute: OEL644                                                             MS Word Specialist
This is a beginning medical transcription course designed to provide           Substitute: OEL657
students with a working knowledge of transcription of medical reports.         Learn to use MS Word for Windows, a terrific Word Processing
Transcription is taking the spoken word and turning it into a written          package that has the convenience of pull-down menus. Learn to
document. Case studies are provided so that the student will gain              create, edit, format and print documents. Use paragraph, page and
knowledge in the transcribing of various medical reports.                      character formatting commands. Create multiple page documents with
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                         tables, and desktop publishing with MS-Word.
MTC102                    May 10 to June 28        $278.65                     Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
Karen Gillgrass           8 Tuesdays/7 Thursdays   7:00pm - 10:00pm            MTC101                     May 10 to June 28       $278.65
Contact North (E2110)                                                          Laura Trunzo              8 Tuesdays/7 Thursdays   7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                               Contact North (E2130)




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Workplace Communication                                                        Clinical/Lab and Field Placement Requirements
Substitute: CMM149, CMM210, CMM215, CMM225, CMM230,                            All applicants will be required to submit documentation of having
OEL200, OEL770, OEL902, PFP204                                                 completed the following procedures before entering Clinical/Lab,
This course develops skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking        identified courses and/or Field Placement activities. If the appropriate
that are typically required in the modern workplace. Work-related              documentation is not received at least one month prior to the scheduled
journals and periodicals will be used to develop communication skills          start of the course or activity it may be necessary for the student to
pertinent to the students’ programs of study. The principles of writing        withdraw from the course.
will be taught through the writing process and students will practice
writing paragraphs, letters, memos and reports. To improve their work,
students will be encouraged to use all forms of technology. Listening          • A current (within one year) Police Record Search
and oral presentation skills will be enhanced by classroom activities/         This is required by students as they are enrolled in a program during
experiences. Also, students will prepare a resume and cover letter to          which they will have unsupervised access to vulnerable persons.
assist them in their job search.
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class                • Immunization and Health Record Form.
May 23.                                                                        This form includes the following immunization requirements:
CMM126                    May 2 to June 22         $278.65                       -Two-step TB test
Nicole DiLabio            7 Mondays/8 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Contact North (G1080)                                                            -Immunity against measles, mumps and rubella
                                                                                 -Current tetanus-diphtheria immunization
                                                                                 -Current influenza immunization

PerSonal SUPPort WorKer CertifiCate                                            • Statement of Confidentiality Form and Workplace Agreement Form
(CONTaCT NORTh)                                                                These forms will be given to you to sign prior to your fieldwork
                                                                               placement.
Program Overview
                                                                               • WHMIS Certificate
The Personal Support Worker Program at Sault College provides
students with the knowledge and skills to meet the needs of individuals
across the lifespan. Personal Support Workers (PSW) are unregulated            • CPR (Health Care Provider - AED Level)/First Aid Certificate
health care providers working under the supervision of a regulated             Students are responsible for maintaining annual CPR (HCP Level)
health professional, or in the supported independent living environment        certification throughout their program.
under the direction of the client. The PSW works with persons who
are stable and who have clearly identified needs that are not expected         All costs associated to these requirements are the responsibility of the
to change significantly. Graduates, as entry level workers, have the           student.
knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide personal care
and home management services to clients in both community and
institutional settings.                                                   Program of Study
                                                                          PSW120        Principles of PSW Practice I
Career Paths                                                              CMM115        Communications I
Graduates may seek employment in the community, nursing homes,            PSW121        Health Promotion I
and homes for the aged, retirement homes, rest homes or personnel         PSW108        Body Structure and Function I
agencies.                                                                 PSW123        Practicum I
Please note that there are regulations within the Long Term Care Act      PSW130        Principles of PSW Practice II
which states that a person who has no experience or less than three       PSW131        Health Promotion II
years consecutive experience (of which has to have been employed for
the last 12 consecutive months), will require a Personal Support Worker   PSW118        Body Structure and Function II
Certificate from a program that meets the standards of the Ministry of    PSW133        Practicum II
Training, Colleges and Universities. Currently working towards your
certification will allow you to remain working in the field within a Long
Term Care Facility.                                                       Body Structure and Function I
                                                                          This course will provide the learner with a general understanding of
                                                                          the structure and function of the human body. The learner will begin to
Minimum Academic Requirements                                             examine body systems to obtain knowledge of how the structures and
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C          functions are related to maintain homeostasis.
or mature student status.                                                 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                               PSW108                        May 10 to August 16           $278.65
Academic Recommendations                                                       Heather Thompson              15 Tuesdays                    6:30pm - 9:30pm
To assist students in making decisions about a career, we recommend            Contact North (G1080)
that students, prior to admission, become knowledgeable about the role
of the personal support worker. This exposure may include volunteer
work and discussion with health care providers in nursing homes and
homes for the aged or previous graduates.




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PSW Practicum I                                                                Three required courses:
This course will provide the learner with opportunities to apply the           OEL355      Principles of Ethical Reasoning
concepts and knowledge acquired in the classroom environment to the            OEL175      Police Powers I
practice setting. The emphasis will be on meeting the needs of clients.
The learner will practice basic care skills in the simulated laboratory        OEL839      Interviewing and Investigation
setting, conduct community visits, and provide holistic care to clients
residing in long-term care facilities.                                         Select four of the following courses:
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                         OEL109       Psychology, Introduction
PSW123                     May 12 to August 18     $827.89                     OEL127       Sociology, Introduction
Heather Thompson          15 Thursdays             6:30pm - 9:30pm             OEL723       Criminology
Contact North (G1080)                                                          OEL659       Diversity & First Nations
                                                                               OEL824       Contemporary Canadian Social Problems
Are you a recent PSW graduate interested in continuing your                    OEL668       Investigation & Evidence
education? Are you considering a career in Practical Nursing?
                                                                               Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
What You’ll Need                                                               prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,
Ontario Secondary School diploma with Grade 12 ENG4C, Grade 11                 Distance Education by clicking on Police Office Degree
Foundations for College Math (C) MBF3C, Grade 11 Biology (C) SBI3C,            Program. Textbook information for online courses can be found
and Grade 12 Chemistry (C) SCH4C, or mature student status. Mature             at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.
students must still meet all program prerequisites in the sciences.
                                                                               Step 3 Transfer to LSSU
If you don’t have what you need, we can help. Academic upgrading is            Step 4 General Education and Mathematics Placement Testing
available at no cost. Call Rike Landry, Academic Upgrading Officer, at         Step 5 Completion of LSSU Distance Education Courses
759-2554 x 2433. The following courses are available to get you on
your way:
                                                                               This offer is open to any currently serving police officer employed by
  • MTH050 - Mathematics                                                       any recognized police service in the province of Ontario or elsewhere in
  • CHM94 – Chemistry (also available online, course code ACE020)              Canada. Interested police officers should contact:
  • Biology requirement is met with successful completion of PSW108
    and PSW118                                                                 Jeff Barnes
                                                                               At 705-759-2554, Ext. 2617
                                                                               Email: jeff.barnes@saultcollege.ca
PoliCe offiCer DeGree ProGram (PODa)                                           OR
(ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                                              Kathryn Johnson
                                                                               At 705-759-2554, Ext. 2560
Distance Education Opportunity for Canadian Police Officers                    Email: kathryn.johnson@saultcollege.ca

Earn a Police Foundations Diploma from Sault College, Sault Ste.
Marie, Ontario and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice -
Generalist from Lake Superior State University (LSSU), Sault Ste.
Marie, Michigan.
                                                                                     Need to know the very
Participate in a 5-step process to complete both diploma and degree.                 latest updates? We are
Step 1 Assessment                                                                   continually growing and
Process your resume and supporting documents and have your
academic and experiential background matched to the educational
outcomes of the Police Foundations Program. Sault College will
                                                                                    expanding our offerings.
inform you which PFP courses you are required to take or if you have
satisfied the PFP or LASA diploma requirements. Your file will be                   Updated course offerings
                                                                                      are available online at
transferred to LSSU.

Step 2 Completion of Sault College Distance Education Courses
(if required)                                                                         www.saultcollege.ca,
                                                                                     Continuing Education.
It is expected that a police officer who does not have a diploma
in Police Foundations or Law and Security Administration but has
a minimum of three years experience, will be required to take the
following courses at Sault College, either online or onsite:




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 ProfeSSional BooKKeePer CertifiCate                                           Taxation
                                                                               Prerequisite: ACC108
 (ClaSSROOm lEaRNINg) (ONlINE lEaRNINg)                                        Substitute: ACC109, OEL237
                                                                               An introductory taxation course which covers taxation as applied to
 Program Overview                                                              personal and business transactions. A practical computer lab session
                                                                               allows the student the opportunity to prepare tax returns utilizing a tax
 The Professional Bookkeeper Certificate program provides the                  software program.
 participant with the knowledge required to perform bookkeeping
 functions. This program consists of five courses which must be                Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
 completed within five years of the participant’s start date.                  ACC231                    May 3 to July 7          $368.20
                                                                               Sergio Saccucci           10 Tuesdays/10 Thursdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
 Career Paths                                                                  Classroom Learning (B1035)
 Graduates may seek employment in small business, as well as medium
 and large sized corporate environments in all sectors.

 Minimum Academic Requirements                                                 ProJeCt manaGement (CONTaCT NORTh) (FF) (C4)
 Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
 or mature student status. Basic computer skills are also required.Program Overview
                                                                   There is a strong demand for project management training in many
                                                                   sectors of the economy. Construction supervisors, engineers,
 Note: The courses are recognized by the Canadian Institute of     administrators, non-profit and government agencies all require
 Bookkeeping (CIB) toward their program. Further part-time studies expertise in project management. The purpose of this certificate is
 to meet CIB’s requirements are available on-line. For further     to provide participants with advanced knowledge and skills in the
 information on CIB contact their website at www.cibcb.com or      principles of project management to improve organizational capacity
 phone 416-925-9420.                                               to implement successful projects. The program is delivered through
                                                                   instructor facilitated lectures and seminars incorporating peer
 Program of Study:                                                 dependent learning and practical exercises in addition to the theory.
 In-Class/Online
                                                                               Career Paths
 ACC107/OEL1024        Applied Accounting
                                                                               The program is directed to managers and supervisors in a variety of
 ACC108/OEL1025        Accounting Principles
                                                                               fields (industrial, government and service sector, retail).
 ACC116/OEL198         Computerized Accounting Principles
 ACC231/OEL237         Taxation                                                Minimum Academic Requirements
 OEL732                Payroll Administration                                  Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
                                                                               or mature student status.
 Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
 prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,                 Program of Study
 Distance Education by clicking on Professional Bookkeeper                     The program is composed of 9 courses; each course is 18 hours in
 Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can              length. Total program length is 162 hours. The program will be offered
 be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.                      as a part-time (evening) certificate and the scheduling of the courses
                                                                               will be such that a student could complete the certificate within 2 years.
 Computerized Accounting Applications
 Prerequisite: ACC107, BUS140                                                  PMG100         Principles of Project Management
 Substitute: EDP200, OEL198                                                    PMG101         Project Initiation & Business Requirements
 This course deals with the study of a computerized accounting                 PMG107         Project Scope Management
 system. It takes the student through the computerization of a manual
 bookkeeping system. The student learns to use a computerized                  PMG108         Time Management & Project Scheduling
 accounting software package involving general ledger, accounts                PMG103         Project Leadership
 receivable, and accounts payable.                                             PMG105         Human Resources & Project Communications
 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class               PMG104         Project Quality Management
 May 23.                                                                       PMG102         Cost and Procurement Management
 ACC116                    May 2 to July 11         $368.20                    PMG106         Project Risk Management
 Kelly Forbes              10 Mondays
                           /10 Wednesdays           7:00pm - 10:00pm
 Classroom Learning (E2110)                                                    Project Quality Management                                  (FF) (C4) New!
                                                                               Students will learn how to determine the desired outcomes or
                                                                               characteristics in terms of quality and then learn how to plan for
                                                                               their implementation, measure, monitor and adapt to ensure project
                                                                               success.

   Sault College may cancel                                                    Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                               PMG104                    May 5 to June 9          $284.00

  workshops and classes due                                                    Contact North (G1080)
                                                                               Jody Rebbek DiCerbo
                                                                                                         6 Thursdays              6:30pm - 9:30pm


  to insufficient registration.


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PUlP anD PaPermaKinG oPerationS                                                 Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                                Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (C) ENG4C
CertifiCate (INDEPENDENT STuDy)                                                 or mature student status.
(ONlINE lEaRNINg)
                                                                                Program of Study
Program Overview                                                                Independent (IS)/Online (OL) Courses
This program is most valuable to those already working in the Pulp              TA 237/OEL808         The Adult Literacy Learner
and Papermaking industry that wish to improve their knowledge of                TA 238/OEL818         Assessing and Evaluating Literacy Learning
pulp and papermaking processes.
                                                                                TA 239/OEL608         Planning for Literacy Learning
                                                                                TA 240/OEL747         Applied Strategies for Literacy & Numeracy
Career Paths
                                                                                                      Instruction
This certificate will help the participants increase their knowledge and
                                                                                TA 241/OEL761         Foundational Strategies for Literacy &
advance to pulp and papermaking positions.
                                                                                                      Numeracy Instruction
Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                                One elective must be chosen from the following:
Ontario Secondary School Diploma with Grade 12 English (ENG4C) or
mature student status, with a background in science and mathematics.            TA 242/OEL607       Making it Work: Workplace Basics for Adult
                                                                                                    Educators
                                                                                TA 243/OEL837       Professional Pathways in Adult Literacy
Program of Study
                                                                                TA 245/OEL821       Planning Programs for Employment Outcomes
PPE150      Pulp and Paper Industry Overview
                                                                                TA 246/OEL778       Learning Disabilities and Adult Literacy
PPE112 OR Raw Materials and Mechanical Pulping Process
PPE156      Raw Materials and Chemical Pulping Process
                                                                                Required Course
PPE122 OR Screening, Cleaning and Bleaching-Mechanical Pulps
                                                                                TA 244                   Literacy Educator Fieldwork Placement
PPE123      Screening, Cleaning and Bleaching-Chemical Pulps
PPE110      Paper Manufacture
                                                                                Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
PPE368      Finishing and Converting Operations
                                                                                prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.ca,
PPE166      Paper Quality                                                       Distance Education by clicking on Teacher of Adults – Literacy
PPE164      Environmental Control                                               Educator Certificate Program. Textbook information for online
PPE121      Introduction to Pulp and Paper Testing (students must               courses can be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the
            have access to lab facilities in a pulp and/or paper mill)          course name.
PPE157      Pulp and Paper Science
OEL136      Introduction to Computers



                                                                                PROfeSSIONaL
OEL902      Workplace Communication
OEL815      Applied Resource Calculations




                                                                                DeVeLOPMeNT
Online (OEL) course offerings and details (description,
prerequisites and price) can be found at www.saultcollege.
ca, Distance Education by clicking on Pulp and Papermaking
Certificate Program. Textbook information for online courses can
be found at www.textnet.ca by searching the course name.



teaCHer of aDUltS – literaCY eDUCator                                           Business
CertifiCate ProGram (INDEPENDENT STuDy)
(ONlINE lEaRNINg)
                                                                                Seminars for the Office Assistant (FF) (C4)              New!
                                                                                Administrative professionals are expected to wear many hats. If you
Program Overview
                                                                                are a busy office assistant, receptionist or front desk person, this
The Teacher of Adults – Literacy Educator Certificate program is                unique combination of mini seminars is for you. You will learn about
designed to address the training needs of Literacy practitioners. It            common experiences: Dealing with Difficult People in the Workplace
provides an in-depth exploration of key skills, principles, practices,          and Handling Conflict with Others; Time Management; Organizing your
concepts and professional issues involved in literacy work. Current             Office; Project Management; Perfecting your Written and Verbal Skills.
adult educational theories are applied specifically to the special needs
                                                                                CED2187                  July 5 to July 28               $218.32
of literacy learners and literacy programs.
                                                                                Laura Trunzo             4 Tuesdays/4 Thursdays          7:00pm - 9:30pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (E3101)
Career Paths
The graduate will have the skills to succeed in multiple roles in the
delivery of literacy programming – whether instructor, advocate,
counsellor, administrator or coordinator.




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 Community Services                                                              foot Care
                                                                                 Program Overview
                                                                                 Sault College Foot Care Workshops are presented in partnership with
                                                                                 ALGOMA FOOT SMART. Each course is a unique learning opportunity
 Healthy Eating on a Budget                           (C4) (FF)                  in a clinical setting with dates and times for learning mutually agreed to
 This workshop focuses on eating the best nutrients and healthiest food          between the student and Algoma Foot Smart.
 for your dollar. It is intended for anyone in the public trying to maximize
 their food dollar whether on a budget or fixed income. Interested               Registration Information
 individuals may include personnel who work with low income clients
 such as Personal Support Workers, Child and Youth Workers and                   Following registration, instructors, Juanita Wood-Arbus and Linda
 Social Workers so that they can reinforce the information with the              Cook will contact you to arrange dates and times for your workshop
 clients they work with. The interactive presentations will run over two         experience. Please provide your phone number and email address at
 evenings. The first evening will focus on an overview of a household            time of registration.
 budget, Canada’s Food Guide, portion control, healthy snack choices,
 and adequate healthy fluids, restaurant eating and therapeutic diets.           Note: Prospective students must provide proof of insurance
 The second evening will cover food budgeting, menu planning, writing            coverage for $2 million liability and malpractice at the first class.
 a grocery list, grocery shopping, label reading, unit pricing and the cost
 of not eating healthy i.e. optimal health and wellness versus health
 care. This workshop is presented by a registered dietitian who has              Career Paths
 worked in the hospital, long term care and community sectors.                   Employment settings include hospital, long term care facility,
 CED2163                     May 11 to May 12               $65.72               physician’s office, or other healthcare facility, health maintenance
                                                                                 organizations and independent practice.
 Irene Lees                  1 Wednesday/1 Thursday         6:30pm - 9:30pm
 Contact North (G1080)                                                           Course content has been reviewed and approved by Veterans Affairs
                                                                                 Canada (VAC) for those seeking status as a service provider.

                                                                                 Minimum Academic Requirements
                                                                                 Registered Nurse or Registered Practical Nurse with current CNO

 Health Sciences                                                                 Certificate of Registration and membership with RNAO or RPNAO.
                                                                                 Students must present their certificate at the first class of each course.

                                                                                 Program of Study
 PHarmaCY teCHniCian BriDGinG ProGram                                            CED1034     Foot Care Basic
                                                                                 CED1033     Foot Care Advanced
 This program is run by Niagara College. To register for the two                 CED2146     Foot Care Advanced II – Padding and Strapping
 courses below using VISA, MasterCard, or American Express,                      CED2147     Foot Care Advanced II – Scalpel and Dremel Burrs
 please call 905-988-4306. The Office of the Registrar will be
                                                                                 CED1165     Diabetes Foot Care
 pleased to process your registration Monday to Friday, 8:30 am
 to 4:30 pm. To find out more about dates, times and prices of the
 courses below, please contact Niagara College directly.                         Foot Care Basic                                             (FF) (C4)
                                                                                 Prerequisite: RN or RPN, current CNO certificate of registration,
 Professional Practice                                                           professional insurance in the amount of $2 million liability/malpractice
 You will be prepared for entry to practice in five main areas of                (obtained through your nursing association).
 focus: legal requirements, scope of practice, ethical principles,               Course of study: 40 hours includes 8 hours of in-class theory, 24 hours
 professionalism and communication skills. Through a variety of                  of clinical practice, 4 hours for exam and 4 hours for wrap up. These
 learning tools you will enhance your ability to practice competently            include assigned readings and some self study.
 within the professional practice framework. You must show proof                 Notes: Bring CNO Certificate to first class.
 of OCP Certification.                                                           CED1034                    Independent Study                $839.93
 PHAR1050

                                                                                 Foot Care Advanced                                          (FF) (C4)
 Pharmacology                                                                    Prerequisite: RN or RPN, certificate of completion Advanced nursing
 Through a variety of learning tools you will enhance your ability to            foot care, current CNO certificate of registration, professional
 practice competently and contribute to a safe patient care setting.             insurance in the amount of $2 million liability/malpractice (obtained
 You will gain basic knowledge related to the pharmacological uses               through your nursing association).
 of drugs for commonly encountered medical conditions.
                                                                                 Course of study: 40 hours includes 8 hours of class room theory and
 PHAR1053                                                                        32 hours of clinical practice. There are assigned readings, a research
                                                                                 assignment and an exam.
                                                                                 Notes: Bring CNO Certificate to first class.
                                                                                 CED1033                    Independent Study                $848.83




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                                                                               IV Therapy                                                 (FF)
                                                                               Learn the fundamental concepts and advanced principles of initiating
                                                                               and trouble-shooting IV therapy. You will examine central venous
                                                                               access devices, peripheral intravenous catheters and ambulatory
                                                                               infusion pumps. The course provides 15 hours of theory and 6 hours
                                                                               of lab demonstrations and simulated practice sessions. Certification for
                                                                               the skill remains the responsibility of the employing agency. Students
                                                                               must purchase an IV Therapy Kit to participate in the workshop.
                                                                               Notes: Bring current CNO Certificate of Registration to first class.
                                                                               Textbook and IV Kit can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class
                                                                               May 23.
Advanced Foot Care II: Padding & Strapping                (FF) (C4)            CED1042                     May 2 to June 20              $140.37
Prerequisite: RN or RPN, certificate of completion in Basic, Advanced/         Tyler Mancuso               7 Mondays                     7:00pm - 10:00pm
Diabetic nursing foot care, current CNO certificate of registration, and
                                                                               Classroom Learning (A2160)
professional insurance in the amount of $3 million liability/malpractice
(obtained through your nursing association).
A 10 hour workshop to gain practical knowledge and skills including            Spirituality and End-of-Life-Care                          (C4) (FF) New!
padding and strapping theory and practice, assessing for and fitting           Spirituality and End-of-Life Care videoconference will discuss the
shoes and assessing for and creating appliances to address foot                differences and relationship between spirituality and religion, while
problems. A $15 extra charge per student will follow registration that         also addressing spirituality during illness, death and grief; spiritual
will be used to cover needed supplies. This fee will be paid directly to       assessment and empowerment, and life review. As part of this
your instructor.                                                               videoconference, there will be a morning refreshment break.
Notes: Bring CNO Certificate to first class.                                   VID181                    April 27                         $29.54
CED2146                    Independent Study              $248.94              Hospice Foundation        1 Wednesday                       9:00am - 12:30pm
                                                                               of America
                                                                               Classroom Learning (L1120)
Advanced Foot Care II: Scalpel & Dremel Burrs (FF) (C4)
Prerequisite: RN or RPN, certificate of completion Basic, Advanced/
Diabetic nursing foot care, current CNO certificate of registration,
professional insurance in the amount of $3 million liability/malpractice

                                                                               Trades and Technology
through your nursing association (obtained through your nursing
association).
This 10 hour course includes 5 hours of class room theory and 5 hours
of clinical practice.
Notes: Bring CNO Certificate to first class.
CED2147                    Independent Study              $248.94
                                                                               Air Brake Z Endorsement                                   (C4) (FF)
                                                                               Prerequisite: Class A, B, C, D or G licence.
Foot Care Workshop, Diabetes                             (FF) (C4)             All operators of a vehicle with air braking systems are required by law
Prerequisite: RN or RPN, certificate of completion Advanced nursing            to have the ‘Z’ endorsement on their driver’s licence. This air brake Z
foot care, current CNO certificate of registration, professional               endorsement course meets the Ministry of Transportation requirements.
insurance in the amount of $3 million liability/malpractice (obtained          Participants will receive a thorough review of air brake systems and
through your nursing association).                                             will be able to identify when the system is not correctly adjusted or
Course of study: 26 hours includes 8 hours of class room theory                functioning. The course now includes 17 hours of classroom instruction
and 12 hours of practical experience with emphasis on high risk                and participants are required to pass both a written test and a practical
assessment skills and on the development of educational programmes             test. The practical test takes between a half hour to an hour to
for clients. There is an exam, assigned readings.                              complete and the practical test times will be determined during class.
                                                                               Successful participants will receive an M.T.O. approved certificate,
Notes: Bring CNO Certificate to first class.                                   which you would take to an MTO Driver Exam Office and they will add
CED1165                    Independent Study              $535.10              the ‘Z’ endorsement to your licence without further testing or cost. The
                                                                               course fee includes the Air Brakes Handbook, study guide and practical
                                                                               exam checklist and procedure. This course may also be of interest to
IM Injection Workshop                                    (CL) (FF)             operators of recreational vehicles equipped with air brakes.
Prerequisite: RN or RPN, current CNO Certificate of Registration.              Notes: You must attend 100% of the course. Practical testing times TBA
Must have current practice related Pharmacology and Medication                 during class.
Administration or Dean`s permission.                                           CED1102                   May 3 to May 12              $359.95
This workshop provides enhanced nursing knowledge related to the               George Parsons            2 Tuesdays/2 Thursdays       6:00pm - 10:00pm
administration of medications by intramuscular injections. Bring a
current clinical nursing textbook outlining principles and practice of
injections. The documents: CNO Fact Sheet, Providing Influenza
Vaccinations, CNO Practice Standards for Medication Revised 2005
and Documentation Revised 2005, are to be accessed at the CNO
website www.cno.org. Workshop kit must be purchased from Achieve                           Sign up today at the
                                                                                          Registrar’s Office, open
Health Care, 331 Wellington Street West, Sault Ste. Marie.
Notes: Bring current CNO Certificate of Registration to first class.
CED1154
Bill Grawbarger
                          May 14
                          1 Saturday
                                                          $88.66
                                                          9:00am - 5:00pm                   Monday to Friday,
                                                                                           8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
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 Classroom Learning (C2103)
 Electrical Code Book Review
 This course is open to existing journeyperson electricians or
 apprentices preparing to write the provincial examination. It will provide
 an overview of the Canadian Electrical Safety Code Book. Topics will
 include: Code Book definitions, layout, components and sections,                 NORCAT Contractor Orientation Program
 tables, index, appendices and contents. Participants will review recent     In co-operation with Ontario mining, select pulp and paper and steel
 rules, regulations and amendments. The instructor will attempt to           companies, NORCAT has developed a common Contractor Orientation
 address any specific questions that the students might have. Bring          Program. The four-hour program focuses on (1) the safety rules and
 your copy of the Ontario Electrical Code book or the NEW Canadian           proper working practices for construction workers and (2) the general
 Electrical Safety Code Book.                                                rules of conduct and work etiquette required of contractors working on
 CED1827                  May 17 to June 21                 $117.46          company properties. NORCAT’s Computer-Based Training material
                                                                             ensures that the quality of the training program remains consistent and
 Wayne Hnatchuk           6 Tuesdays                        7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                             NORCAT’s central database offers clients easy access to accurate
 Classroom Learning (B1060)                                                  training documentation. Sault College is now a NORCAT Testing
                                                                             centre. For more information, log onto http://www.norcat.org/.
 Fall Arrest                                                (C4) (FF)
 This training focuses on the dangers associated with working in                  Note: Test by appointment only.
 areas where falling to a lower level is a possibility, such as scaffolds,
 roofs, ladders and elevated work platforms. Applicable to industries             For course materials or to schedule a test, call 705-759-2554, Ext.
 such as manufacturing, construction, display art, mining and farming.            2417 Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
 Hands-on training in the proper use and maintenance of fall arrest
 equipment is part of this session as various types of equipment will
 be demonstrated. Certification will be provided upon successful
 completion of the course.
 CED2181                  May 28                            $152.88
 Harry Thomas             1 Saturday                        9:00am - 6:00pm
 Classroom Learning (K1210)


 Forklift Operator Training                                 (C4) (FF)
 For new operators that are looking for employment or for employers who
 require forklift truck certification for their employees, this course provides   PLC Training
 the requirements for forklift operators to meet the CSA Standards. The           ControlLogix, DeviceNet & ControlNet
 course consists of approximately 8 hours of classroom instruction, 6 hours       Sault College is proud to partner with Automation Training in offering
 of practical experience and a written and practical exam. Each participant       PLC training workshops. For more information on PLC Training, please
 will receive a certificate and a record of training.                             visit www.automationtraining.ca. For more information about booking
 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                           your training, please contact Ted Newbery at 705-759-2554 ext. 2448.
 CED2069                   April 30 to May 7        $189.00
 Sylvain Belanger          2 Saturdays              8:00am - 5:00pm
 Classroom Learning (C1000)


 Forklift Operator Training Recertification                  (FF)
 This course is for experienced operators looking for a certification or to
 re-certify. This course provides the requirements for lift truck operators to
 meet the CSA Standards. The course consists of approximately six hours
 of classroom instruction, hands-on experience and a written and practicalSault College offers courses via Learning Resource Network (LERN)
 exam. Each participant will receive a certificate and a record of training.
                                                                          which is the leading association in lifelong learning programming, offering
 You must have some previous experience in driving a forklift truck.      information and consulting expertise to providers of lifelong learning
 Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                   programs.
 CED2071                      May 10 to May 17           $102.83          Begun in 1974, LERN serves more than 9,000 professionals every year.
 Sylvain Belanger             2 Tuesdays                 5:30pm - 9:30pm LERN provides practical, how-to information on marketing, finances,
 Classroom Learning (C1000)                                               management, and product development. It is information not available
                                                                          anywhere else. The LERN slogan is “Information That Works!”®
                                                                          LERN serves a wide variety of institutions including state universities,
 Ozone Depletion Certificate                             (C4) (FF)        four-year colleges, colleges within universities, private colleges,
 Ontario Regulation 238/01 states that anyone who purchases               community colleges, technical colleges, public schools, recreation
 and handles refrigerants and/or services and repairs refrigeration       departments, and associations. Every year LERN researches and
 equipment must possess an Ozone Depletion Prevention Card (ODP). disseminates the most advanced and sophisticated information.
 As of May 2007 the recertification course is no longer required. It      Sault College, as a provider of lifelong learning programs, will register
 has been replaced by a 5-year renewal provision. The following           you for the certificates and/or courses offered by LERN. After you
 certification course and licence renewal workshop addresses the          register, you will receive login information and course material directly
 new regulations/codes now in effect. Your card will be issued upon
                                                                          from LERN.
 successful completion of the provincial examination offered during this
 course. The textbook “CFC/HCFC/HFC Control in the Heating and Air        For course descriptions of all LERN courses, please visit
 Conditioning Industry” will be provided to you at the course.            www.yougotclass.org/catalog.cfm/Saultcollege.
 CED1057                      April 19 to April 21       $224.40          Courses available this spring/summer (2011) are listed below. You may
 George Parsons               1 Tuesday/1 Thursday       6:00pm - 10:00pm take full certificates or a course within a certificate. Certificates are noted
                                                                          in bold, with the courses that make up that certificate listed underneath.
 Classroom Learning (C2103)

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Course Name                                                                         Code           Price
Social Media for Business Certificate                                          LERN001          $699.19            X                          X
       Introduction to Social Media                                            LERN002          $275.44            X                          X
       Marketing Using Social Media                                            LERN003          $275.44                          X                            X
       Integrating Social Media in Your Organization                           LERN004          $275.44                                       X                                          X
eMarketing Essentials                                                          LERN005          $699.19            X                          X
       Improving Email Promotions                                              LERN006          $275.44            X                          X
       Boosting Your Website Traffic                                           LERN007          $275.44                          X                            X
       Online Advertising                                                      LERN008          $275.44                                       X                                          X
Green Buildings & Preparing for LEED Green Associate Exam                      LERN019          $981.69            X                          X
Supervisory & Leadership                                                       LERN024          $557.94            X                          X
Business Research Certificate - available only as certificate                  LERN025          $699.19            X                          X
       Introduction to Business Research                                       LERN025                             X                          X
       Business Statistics                                                     LERN025                                           X                            X
       Qualitative Business Research                                           LERN025                                                        X                                          X
Virtual Meeting Planner Certificate (3 courses in 1 certificate)               LERN026        $1,122.94            X
One Month Courses for K-12 Teachers
       Generational Learning Styles for K-12 Teachers                          LERN036          $346.00            X                                          X
       Social Media for K-12 Teachers                                          LERN038          $346.00            X                                          X
       Gender in the Classroom K-12 Teachers                                   LERN035          $346.06                                       X
       Online Learning & Teaching for K-12 Teachers                            LERN037          $346.06                                       X
Individual Courses
       Digital Brochures                                                         LERN28         $275.44                          X            X
       Entreprenuer Boot Camp                                                  LERN029          $275.44            X                          X
       Extraordinary Customer Service                                          LERN030          $204.81            X                          X
       Green Workplace                                                         LERN031          $275.44            X                          X
       Mentoring & Coaching in the Workplace                                   LERN032          $416.69            X                          X
       Practical Math for the Workplace                                        LERN034          $204.81            X                          X
       Your Company, Your Employees & The Law                                  LERN039          $557.94                          X                            X


Certificate in Online Teaching - 2011-03-14/ 2011-6-6                          LERN020        $1,122.94
Certificate in Online Teaching - 2011-03-14/ 2011-6-6 (No Exam)                LERN040          $699.19
Building Online Learning Communities - 2011-03-14/2011-07-18                   LERN023          $275.44
Advanced Teaching Online - 2011-04-18/2011-08-22                               LERN021          $275.44
Designing Online Instruction - 2011-05-09                                      LERN022          $275.44




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GeNeRaL
                                                                                MS Office 2007 Word Level 1
                                                                                Prerequisite: Must be familiar with computers, Windows, using a
                                                                                keyboard and a mouse. Microsoft® Office Word 2007 – Level 1



INTeReST
                                                                                teaches students how to create and edit documents, save, open or
                                                                                close documents, apply formatting options, set tabs and indents, change
                                                                                the view mode, manipulate the text using features such as copy and
                                                                                paste, and preview and then print the document.
                                                                                Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                                CED1982                   April 19 to June 7       $153.28


Computers
                                                                                Lorri Foley               8 Tuesdays               7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (E2160)



and the Web                                                                     MS Office for the Office Employee                          (C4) (FF)
                                                                                Do you currently work in an office setting or are you aiming to work
                                                                                in an office setting, but are not sure how to work all the functions of
                                                                                the various Microsoft Applications? Then this course is for you! In this
Computer Maintenance and Repair Workshop (FF)                                   course, you will spend time looking at Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft
Do you find your computer to be slowing down with time? Wonder                  Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint.
what has happened to make it slow down? Is it freezing up? Blue                 This course is intended for individuals who have some knowledge of the
screens of death? Don’t give up on it yet! Try this workshop to learn           programs but require extra assistance in learning the various functions
how to get it running again, maybe even better than new. We’ll look             of each program to produce professional looking documents and
at virus, and spyware removal, registry cleanups, memory upgrades,              organize your office activities more efficiently.
hard drive replacement, and other common tasks that can help you
save money and time. Get longer life out of your machine. No prior              CED2164                  April 12 to May 5                 $129.40
knowledge of PC hardware or software is needed, but you should have             Laura Trunzo             4 Tuesdays/4 Thursdays            7:00pm - 9:30pm
knowledge of how to use Windows. In this hand on workshop you are               Classroom Learning (E2130)
invited to bring in your laptop or desktop machine to work on.
CED2180                  May 10 to June 7                $99.55
                                                                                MS PowerPoint Level 1
Tom Stephenson           5 Tuesdays                      6:30pm - 9:30pm
                                                                                Microsoft® Office PowerPoint 2007 – Level 1 teaches students how
Classroom Learning (B1055)
                                                                                to create presentations. You will use a variety of commands, functions
                                                                                and other capabilities to make effective presentations. The course is
                                                                                designed for computer users who are new to presentation manager
MS Office 2007 Access Level 1
                                                                                programs.
Prerequisite: Must be familiar with computers, Windows, using a
keyboard and a mouse.                                                           Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
Microsoft® Office Access 2007 – Level 1 teaches students how to                 CED2076                   April 21 to May 12       $81.64
create simple databases, create and modify database objects including           Lorri Foley               4 Thursdays              7:00pm - 10:00pm
tables, forms, reports and queries. You will use a variety of commands,         Classroom Learning (E2140)
functions and Microsoft Office Access 2007 capabilities. It is designed
for computer users who are new to database programs or who only
plan to use Access occasionally.                                                Web Site Design
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                          Prerequisite: Windows experience
CED1983                   April 19 to June 7       $153.28                      Learn to create websites consisting of pages that include text, graphics,
Mike Biocchi              8 Tuesdays               7:00pm - 10:00pm             tables, frames, image maps, fill-in forms, scripting and links to other
                                                                                pages. Web site technologies will be explored and students will set up a
Classroom Learning (E2150)
                                                                                temporary web site.
                                                                                CED1636                  April 21 to June 23               $189.10
MS Office 2007 Excel Level 1                                                    Tom Stephenson           10 Thursdays                      6:30pm - 9:00pm
Prerequisite: Must be familiar with computers, Windows, using a                 Classroom Learning (E2150)
keyboard and a mouse. Microsoft® Office Excel 2007 – Level 1
teaches students how to work with worksheets and workbooks to
analyze data using a variety of features to create, modify and format           Web-Based Marking for Artists                              (FF) (C4)
common business reports such as budgets, inventory reports, invoices            Are you a musician, writer, painter or any form of artist? Have you
and charts. This course is designed for students who desire the skills          wondered how to do more to get your work out into the world? If so,
necessary to create, edit, format and print basic Microsoft Office Excel        then this course has been designed for you. Web-Based Marketing For
2007 worksheets and manage and audit numerical reports.                         Artists will cover the basics of marketing, how marketing applies to the
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop. No class on              arts, as well as providing an overview of specific tools and techniques
May 23                                                                          useful to artists. About the instructor: In addition to having five years of
CED1984                   May 2 to June 27         $153.28                      experience working directly in the marketing/communications sector,
                                                                                Craig West has worked as a musician, releasing original music since
Mike Biocchi              8 Mondays                7:00pm - 10:00pm
Classroom Learning (E2160)
                                                                                1991. His unique understanding of both marketing and the arts makes
                                                                                him an ideal choice to be the program’s instructor.
                                                                                Notes: No class May 23.
                                                                                CED2177                  May 2 to May 25         $223.53
                                                                                Craig West               3 Mondays/4 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 10:00pm
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Cooking
                                                                                Designing Your Own Jewellery Basic                        (C4) (FF)
                                                                                Imagine creating your own personal accessories to go with your every
                                                                                day wardrobe, or making that one-of-a-kind personal gift. Learn hands-
                                                                                on how to design and layout your beads for a necklace, bracelet and
                                                                                earring set. Learn basic techniques from start to finish on which wires
Appetizers for 10                                         (C4) (FF)             to use, how to crimp and what clasp to use for your ideas. Learn how
This course will give you insight on 10 easy appetizers that will impress       to make eye pins and wire wrap beads for that perfect finished look.
your guests and not break your bank. Each class, the Chef will prepare          Natural and glass beads will be used for these projects. Supplies for
5 restaurant style appetizers, from steak to tomatoes to tofu, you will         this course can be purchased from the instructor the first evening for
learn them all. Please note that even though this course was offered            approximately $15.00.
last semester, the list of appetizers has changed!                              Notes: No class April 25.
CED2145                   May 5 to May 12                 $65.83                CED1801                   April 11 to May 9                $83.73
Jason Solomon             2 Thursdays                     7:00pm - 10:00pm      Nancy Giddens             4 Mondays                        6:00pm - 8:30pm
Classroom Learning (L1200)                                                      Classroom Learning (B1151)


Everyday Mexican                                          (C4) (FF) New!        Designing Your Own Jewellery Advanced                      (FF) (C4)
Come join Gabriela as she teaches you some of the Mexican dishes                Prerequisite: CED1801
that she grew up with. Originally from Mexico and now living in Sault           This course is for students who want to learn advanced techniques or
Ste. Marie, Gabriela is bringing a taste of Mexican cuisine to the Sault!       create more complex designs for their jewellery pieces. Learn to lay
These dishes are healthy and quick to make with most being ready                out beads for two and three strand projects. Learn the different ways
in 30 to 45 minutes giving you more time to spend with your family.             you can end your pieces and what types of metals you can use. How to
The dishes that will be included in this course are: guacamole dip;             cover knots, using suede in your projects, bails and many more ideas
spicy sausages; shrimp cocktail; pico de gallo; black bean soup; carrot         will be shown. Wire wrapping will be used for a three strand necklace
cream soup; lentil soup; moros con cristianos; pastel azteca; ropa vieja        and earrings. Natural stones and glass will be used for this course.
(chedder beef in a sauce); and green chicken.                                   Wire wrap your way to creating dangles, drops and multi-layered pieces
CED2193                   April 13 to April 27    $65.83                        for your creative ideas. Supplies for this course can be purchased from
Gabriela Duran              3 Wednesdays 6:30pm - 8:30pm                        the instructor the first evening for approximately $20.00.
Classroom Learning (L1200)                                                      CED1802                  April 13 to May 11                $104.11
                                                                                Nancy Giddens            5 Wednesdays                      6:00pm - 8:30pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (B1151)
Introduction to Chinese Cuisine                           (C4) (FF)
This course will introduce students to Chinese food preparation,
including sauces, soups, and hot Chinese entrees. From Sweet &                  Intro to Calligraphy The Art of Beautiful
Sour Sauce to the fortune cookie, we will cover many of the popular             Penmanship                                                 (C4) (FF)
Canadian-Chinese menu items. Bring your Chop-sticks!                            You are invited to join Diane Iannuzziello of Calligraphy by Diane
CED2144                   May 18 to May 25                $65.83                (www.calligraphybydiane.com) as a participant in this unique weekend
Jason Solomon             2 Wednesdays                    7:00pm - 10:00pm      workshop opportunity. Learn the Chancery lettering style in a step-
                                                                                by-step approach. This is good for the beginner, even if you have
Classroom Learning (L1200)
                                                                                never held a calligraphy pen before. This style, is very versatile; like
                                                                                addressing envelopes, invitations, thank you notes, basket tags.....to
                                                                                name a few. At the end of this workshop, you will complete a project
                                                                                you will be proud to frame or give as a gift. If you do not already own
                                                                                a copy, you will be required to purchase Diane’s first published book,


Creative Arts
                                                                                “Introduction to Calligraphy: The Art of Beautiful Penmanship” that
                                                                                comes complete with a pen set.
                                                                                Notes: This course requires students to bring some of their own supplies.
                                                                                A supply list will be provided upon registration.
                                                                                CED2056                      May 7 to May 8             $241.00
                                                                                Calligraphy by Diane         1 Saturday/1 Sunday        10:00am - 6:00pm
Basic Upholstery                                         (C4) (FF)              Contact North (G1080)
Join Penny Westlake of All Seasons Covered as she guides you
through the basics in upholstery. If you choose, you may bring in
an instructor approved small project for the duration of the course.            Screen Play Writing                                        (C4) (FF)
No project in mind? Learn to upholster a headboard, recover dining
                                                                                Do you have a story that would make a great movie? In this
room chairs or make throw cushions. It is up to you. Go through the
                                                                                introductory course you will learn the techniques of writing a
upholstering process, from determining what supplies are needed,
                                                                                screenplay. This includes basic writing fundamentals, script styles,
fabric choice, measuring for yardage, removal of existing covers,
                                                                                outlines, plot, character development, script rules, production draft,
patternmaking, to the upholstered product. Some sewing skills are
                                                                                locking scripts, industry standards and much more! After completing
useful but not necessary. Project approval, tool requirement list and
                                                                                this course you will be able to complete a screenplay and focus on
material list to be given out during first class.
                                                                                filming it.
Notes: Please bring your small upholstery project to the first class. No
class April 25 or May 23.                                                       CED2124                   May 3 to May 19                  $174.68
CED2178                    April 11 to June 13           $168.53                Maria Iuliano             3 Tuesdays/3 Thursdays           6:00pm - 9:00pm
Penny Westlake             8 Mondays                     7:00pm - 10:00pm       Classroom Learning (J1160)
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 Woodcarving for Beginners                                (C4) (FF)                Outdoor Bootcamp                                          (C4) (FF)
 Would you like to try a new hobby? Why not try woodcarving? During                Looking for structure, motivation and results-driven workouts to boost
 this eight week course, you will have the opportunity to carve three              your level of fitness? Outdoor bootcamp will help take your workouts
 different objects! The wood as well as the tools will be supplied for you!        to the next level. Whether you’re looking to lose fat, tone lean muscle
 If time permits, a fourth project may be included. Register early to be           or increase your training level. Please bring a yoga mat, skipping rope
 sure to save a spot in this exciting course as there are limited spots.           and exercise band.
 Students are to bring a carving glove, pen and paper.                             CED2148                       April 26 to June 30             $205.87
 CED2154                   April 14 to June 2               $259.63                Jennifer Woods                10 Tuesdays                     6:00pm - 7:00pm
 Jim Dear                  8 Thursdays                      7:00pm - 9:00pm                                      10 Thursdays                    9:00am - 10:00am
 Classroom Learning (J1303)                                                                                      9 Saturdays
                                                                                   J wing parking lot

 Woodcarving for Beyond Beginners                           (C4) (FF)              CED2148                       April 26 to June 30      $143.74
 Did you attend Woodcarving for Beginners and wish to continue                     Jennifer Woods                10 Tuesdays/10 Thursdays 7:15pm - 8:15pm
 practicing your woodcarving skills? Or perhaps you have been practicing
 woodcarving at home but wish to take it to the next level? Then this is           J wing parking lot
 the class for you! In this eight week course, you will have the opportunity
 to work on two unique woodcarving projects, and if time permits more
 projects will be added. The wood for this course will be supplied, but you        Piloga                                                        (C4) (FF)
 do have to supply your own tools.                                                 Piloga workout enhances extreme core building while increasing
 Notes: This course requires students to bring some of their own supplies.         flexibility and releasing toxic stress. You’ll experience peace and
 A supply list will be provided upon registration.                                 harmonizing balance while enhancing your mind, body and spirit.
                                                                                   Please bring a yoga mat, indoor shoes and water bottle.
 CED2174                      April 12 to May 31         $309.35
 Jim Dear                     8 Tuesdays                 7:00pm - 9:00pm           Notes: No class April 25 or May 23.
 Classroom Learning (J1303)                                                        CED2122                     April 11 to June 13               $95.21
                                                                                   Lori Febbraro-Dewar         8 Mondays                         6:15pm - 7:00pm
                                                                                   Isabelle Fletcher


 fitness and Dance
 Participants should consider their fitness level before enrollment.
                                                                                   Racewalk - Be Fit and Be Fast
                                                                                   Explore this unique walking technique used by Olympic athlete
                                                                                                                                                 (C4) (FF)

                                                                                   racewalkers. Learn to walk with great ease, efficiency and speed and
                                                                                   have fun in the process. Burn more calories with less stress on your
 Beginner Bootcamp                                          (C4) (FF) New!         knees, hips and other joints. This workout will improve core strength
 If you are new to exercise and fitness, it is not too late, take our              and assist in weight loss by working all muscles from head to toe. We
 Beginner Bootcamp! This is a bootcamp for beginners who are wanting               will also incorporate easy yoga stretches and a healthy alternative
 to start their first bootcamp or are at a beginner fitness level who are          lifestyle including nutrition, positive affirmation and lots of fun. Classes
 hoping to improve strength, cardio and overall health. This course will           will be indoors and outdoors depending on weather conditions. Please
 run twice a week for 6 weeks. Activities will include using body weight           wear loose clothing or running attire and running shoes. If you have a
 to train, resistance band, mat work and various cardio. Come out and              yoga mat, please consider bringing it.
 get yourself started with an exciting and different workout each time.            CED2142                       April 26 to May 19              $85.11
 Challenge yourself to reach your full potential. Please bring a yoga mat          Lil Siltanen                  4 Tuesdays/4 Thursdays          7:00pm - 8:30pm
 and resistance band with you.
                                                                                   Pinewood
 Notes: No class April 25.
 CED2197                     April 11 to May 18     $91.36
 Katie Babcock               5 Mondays/6 Wednesdays 6:00pm - 7:00pm                Sculpt and Tone Belly Dance 1                                 (C4) (FF)
 Rosedale                                                                          This course is for those who would rather learn Belly Dance moves
                                                                                   without the dance routines. There is virtually no impact and no cardio.
                                                                                   You will burn up to 400 calories every half hour. You will learn moves
 Latin Aerobics                                             (C4) (FF)              that will tone and strengthen your entire body while you gain flexibility.
 Salsa, Merengue and Mambo! With high energy music and exciting                    This course is suitable for everyone. No prior knowledge of belly
 movements Lori Febbraro-Dewar will lead you through a fun hour of                 dancing is required.
 Latin aerobics. This class can be done with either low or high impact             CED2046                       April 14 to June 16             $116.50
 and is fun for couples as well. Exciting dance moves and great cardio             Katie Campbell                10 Thursdays                    6:30pm - 7:30pm
 workout. Please bring a yoga mat, indoor shoes and water bottle.                  Eastview
 Notes: No class April 25 or May 23.
 CED1876                     April 11 to June 13            $106.08
 Lori Febbraro-Dewar         8 Mondays                      7:15pm - 8:15pm        Sculpt and Tone Belly Dance Continued                         (C4) (FF)
 Isabelle Fletcher                                                                 Continue to use core bellydance moves to sculpt and tone your core
                                                                                   muscles. In this level II course, you will learn new moves and travelling
                                                                                   steps, as well as dynamic combinations. This is a non-choreo class,
 Mommy and Baby Bootcamp                                    (C4) (FF)              so there is nothing to memorize, just come out and dance to the
                                                                                   mesmerizing music and forget that it’s exercise.
 Get fit with baby on board! Join us for a fun and effective workout and
 bring your baby with you. Meet new moms as you bond with your baby.               CED2141                       April 14 to June 16             $116.50
 With this class you will tone, tighten and sculpt your mommy muscles              Katie Campbell                10 Thursdays                    7:30pm - 8:30pm
 while losing inches and pounds. Babies must be between the ages of                Eastview
 six weeks and six months.
 CED2175                   April 28 to June 30              $85.99
 Jennifer Woods            10 Thursdays                     10:30am - 11:30am
 Way to Be Wellness Studio
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Social Ballroom Dancing                                  (C4) (FF)
Everything old is new again as people experience the resurgence in
social ballroom dancing and take to the dance floor for both exercise
and pleasure. Allow the instructor to lead you through introductory
social ballroom dance skills development as you learn the proper hold,
basic steps and patterns of several dances. Cost is per person, singles
are welcome (however, we cannot guarantee that we can match up all
singles with a partner).
Notes: No class April 25 or May 23.
CED2129                     April 11 to June 13           $83.48
Kari Lustig                 8 Mondays                     6:15pm - 7:15pm
Ben R. McMullin

CED2129                     April 12 to May 31            $83.48
Kari Lustig                 8 Tuesdays                    6:15pm - 7:15pm      CPR Level C for HCP Recertification                       (C4) (FF)
Ben R. McMullin                                                                This course is recommended for Health Care Providers and Health
                                                                               Care Students to re-certify your Adult, Child and Infant CPR Skills as
                                                                               well as Automated External Defibrillation, Bag-Valve-Mask use, along
Social Ballroom Dancing Continued                         (C4) (FF)            with two-rescuer CPR situations.
Join us for a continuation of Social Ballroom Dancing where we will            Participants must hold a current CPR Certification to register.
add to the Foxtrot, Jive and Slow Latin as well as learn the basics of         Note: You must attend 100% of the classes and pass the test to receive
Slow Waltz and Social Tango. You will have the opportunity to review           your certificate.
and consolidate what you have learned in Social Ballroom Dancing.
                                                                               CED2134                   July 9                      $44.33
Since this course does not follow a specific syllabus, it is intended
for relaxed, social dance. Cost is per person, singles are welcome             Superior EMS              1 Saturday                  9:00am - 12:00pm
(however, we cannot guarantee that we can match up all singles                 Classroom Learning (L1120)
with a partner).
CED2130                     April 12 to May 31            $83.48
                                                                               Dog Training                                              (C4) (FF) New!
Kari Lustig                 8 Tuesdays                    7:30pm - 8:30pm
                                                                               Clicker training is a gentle dog training technique which uses
Ben R. McMullin                                                                positive reinforcement as a learning system and allows you to shape
                                                                               behaviours in very small steps. Clicker training is an efficient and
Social Ballroom Dancing - A Refresher                     (C4) (FF) New!       effective method to use when teaching your canine companion to
                                                                               behave in an acceptable way. Clicker training is based on scientific
Are you looking at polishing your already existing ballroom dancing
                                                                               principles of how dogs learn and is appropriate for puppies through
skills? Then this is the course for you. Join Kari as he will guide you
                                                                               senior dogs, for dogs that compete in dog sports, and family pets. It is
through the basic foundations of ballroom dancing to refresh your
                                                                               a great way to enrich your relationship with your dog. Clicker training
skills. Cost is per person, singles are welcome (however, we cannot
                                                                               is all about rewarding the behaviours that you desire and ignoring
guarantee that we can match up all singles with a partner).
                                                                               all of the behaviours that you don’t want. It is a useful technique that
Notes: No class April 25.                                                      allows you to train your dog with no form of punishment. When used
CED2199                     April 11 to May 9             $58.13               in tandem with counter-conditioning and desensitization techniques, it
Kari Lustig                 4 Mondays                     7:30pm - 8:30pm      can be used to address a wide variety of behaviour problems such as
Ben R. McMullin                                                                barking, destructive chewing, digging, jumping and aggression. You’ll
                                                                               love clicker training for the bond that it helps you build with your dog
                                                                               and its effective results. Successful clicker training involves dedication
                                                                               and practice. Clicker–trained animals become great problem–solvers,
                                                                               develop confidence, and perform their work enthusiastically. With

Health and Safety
                                                                               clicker training you don’t need exceptional skills or strength. You
                                                                               don’t need any fancy training equipment like choke chains or pinch
                                                                               collars. The clicker behaves like the click of a camera, marking the

Training                                                                       precise moment that your dog has performed the behaviour that
                                                                               you wanted. This foundation course will focus on developing the
                                                                               relationship between dog and handler, while at the same time building
                                                                               foundation work in focus (attention), loose leash walking, sits, downs,
                                                                               stays, recalls, being calm, and overall helping you and your canine
                                                                               companion on the road to creating a balanced member of the pack.
N95 Mask Fit Testing                                     (FF) (C4)             Please note that this introductory course is not intended as a solution
Do you work in a health care environment? Do you need to be fitted for         for any severe behavioural problems such as aggression. Although
your mask? The N95 Mask Fit Testing is available in 30 minute blocks           clicker training is an appropriate method for training dogs with severe
on the specified dates below. You will be provided with a testing time         behavioural issues, that is not the goal of this course. Dogs must have
when you register. Testing is conducted at the Group Health Centre             a minimum of two puppy shots and if they are 16 weeks or older, they
in Occupational Health Services at 65 Willow Ave. in Sault Ste. Marie.         must have their rabies vaccine. Proof of vaccines must be provided at
Please note that registration will only be available up to 48 hours prior      the first class.
to the scheduled class.                                                        Notes: Dog owners will be required to fill out an Aggressive Dog Ques-
                                                                               tionnaire. If a dog is found to be too aggressive, it cannot attend the
CED2121                                                   $60.00
                                                                               course. Dog owners will be required to purchase a clicker trainer.
Dates Available: July 18, July 22, July 25, August 11, August 15, August
                                                                               CED2196                       May 10 to June 28            $110.60
16, August 26
                                                                               Brandie Sanderson             8 Tuesdays                   6:00pm - 7:00pm
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Safe Food Handler’s Certification Course                 (C4) (FF)             Standard First Aid/CPR Level C with AED                (C4) (FF)
Acquire the information needed to ensure food is prepared, handled,            Three Year Certification
received, stored and served safely using the HACCP Safe Food                   This dynamic WSIB recognized training course provides you with the
System. Topics include basic bacteriology, safe food handling practices        hands-on training to respond to life-threatening and non life-threatening
and strategies to prevent food borne illness. The Ministry of Health           emergencies. Topics include first aid skills including control of bleeding,
Food Safety Training Certificate and wallet size card will be awarded to       managing choking, bone/muscle/joint injuries, environmental emergencies,
participants who complete the course and obtain at least 75% on the            sudden medical emergencies and more. CPR includes Adult, Child and
exam.                                                                          Infant as well as Automated External Defibrillation.
Notes: The Food Handler`s Certification Program Manual and the Instant         **NEW: Private Courses available for groups of 8 or more!** Contact the
Read Thermometer can be purchased from the Campus Shop.                        Continuing Education Office for more information at 705-759-2554 ext. 2658.
CED1474                   April 16                   $79.27                    Notes: You must attend 100% of the classes and pass the test to receive
Irene Lees                1 Saturday                 9:00am - 4:00pm           your certificate.
Classroom Learning (A0050)                                                     CED1859                   May 28 to May 29            $112.32
                                                                               Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday         8:30am - 5:00pm
CED1474 May 14                      $79.27
                                                                               Classroom Learning (L1120)
Jason Solomon            1 Saturday                      9:00am - 4:00pm
Classroom Learning (A0050)                                                     CED1859                   June 18 to June 19                $112.32
                                                                               Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday               8:30am - 5:00pm
CED1474                  July 9                          $79.27
                                                                               Classroom Learning (L1120)
Jason Solomon            1 Saturday                      9:00am - 4:00pm
Classroom Learning (A0050)                                                     CED1859                   July 9 to July 10                 $112.32
                                                                               Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday               8:30am - 5:00pm
Standard First Aid/CPR HCP with AED                      (C4) (FF)             Classroom Learning (L1120)
Three Year Certification
This dynamic WSIB recognized training course provides you with the             CED1859                   August 6 to August 7              $112.32
hands-on training to respond to life-threatening and non life-threatening      Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday               8:30am - 5:00pm
emergencies. This course is recommended for Healthcare Providers               Classroom Learning (L1120)
such as Physicians, Nurses, Paramedics and Allied Healthcare
Providers as well as students entering health care programs. Topics            CED1859                   August 20 to August 21            $112.32
include first aid skills including control of bleeding, managing choking,      Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday               8:30am - 5:00pm
bone/muscle/joint injuries, environmental emergencies, sudden                  Classroom Learning (L1120)
medical emergencies and more. CPR includes Adult, Child and Infant
as well as Automated External Defibrillation, use of a Bag-Valve-Mask,
CPR with advanced airways, as well as two rescuer CPR for Health               WHMIS in Minutes Online                                     (C4) (FF)
Care.                                                                          In cooperation with Internet Based Learning Ltd. Sault College offers
**NEW: Private Courses available for groups of 8 or more!** Contact            online education in Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System.
the Continuing Education Office for more information at 705-759-2554           The program can be used as stand-alone training for basic WHMIS
ext. 2658.                                                                     education or a refresher for those who wish to update previous training.
Notes: You must attend 100% of the classes and pass the test to receive        The course requires approximately 2 to 3 hours of time, to be completed
your certificate.                                                              at your own pace. It is available in both French and English. You will
CED1857                   June 4 to June 5              $114.32                require access to a computer and the Internet. After you register, you will
Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday           8:30am - 5:00pm        receive a password and instructions on how to use the program.
Classroom Learning (L1120)                                                     Notes: This is offered by Independent Study.
                                                                               CED1292
CED1857                   June 25 to June 26             $114.32
Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday            8:30am - 5:00pm
Classroom Learning (L1120)

CED1857
Superior EMS
                          July 16 to July 17
                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday
                                                         $114.32
                                                         8:30am - 5:00pm
                                                                               House and Home
Classroom Learning (L1120)
                                                                               Automotive Electronics: Do It Yourself                      (C4) (FF) New!
CED1857                   August 13 to August 14         $114.32               The electronics in today’s vehicles are integrated in a way that makes
Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday            8:30am - 5:00pm       it very difficult to add aftermarket equipment. To successfully work with
Classroom Learning (L1120)                                                     these newer cars, it’s important that students have a full understanding
                                                                               of the installation process and how to integrate aftermarket electronics.
CED1857                   August 27 to August 28         $114.32               This course is intended to introduce students to the applications, theory
                                                                               and principles of electronics, automotive electrical circuits and wiring and
Superior EMS              1 Saturday/1 Sunday            8:30am - 5:00pm
                                                                               correct and safe installation of such. Upon completion, students should
Classroom Learning (L1120)                                                     be able to properly use wiring diagrams, diagnose, test, and repair basic
                                                                               wiring, battery, starting, charging, and electrical concerns. This course
                                                                               supports the students’ ability to: install /service car audio systems, cruise
                                                                               control systems, remote starters and alarms, immobilizer theft deterrent
                                                                               systems and interior/exterior modification and customizing.
                                                                               CED2198                  April 20 to June 22                $321.37
                                                                               Derek Nott               10 Wednesdays                      6:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                                               Classroom Learning (B1010)


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                                                                                      Language and
Decks, Docks, Fences and Walkways                            (C4) (FF) New!
This course will teach you everything you need to know in order to
successfully craft the backyard project of your dreams. Students will
learn how to plan, purchase materials and construct a project - from
the foundation to the finishing details. We will examine a variety of
construction techniques and materials that are available for do it your
selfer’s. Projects will include a floating dock, a backyard deck (with
                                                                                      Communication
railing), a privacy fence and stone walkways. Basic carpentry skills
are required. Students must have CSA approved Steel Toe Boots and
Safety Glasses for the first class.                                                   Introduction to Portuguese                               (C4) (FF) New!
CED2200                  May 5 to June 23                    $583.76                  This course introduces participants to the fundamental elements of the
Dan and Tyler Moody      8 Thursdays                         7:00pm - 10:00pm         Portuguese language and culture. Emphasis is on the development
Classroom Learning (K1210)                                                            of basic knowledge of alphabet and vocabulary to support listening
                                                                                      and speaking skills. Upon completion, students should be able to
                                                                                      comprehend and respond at an elementary level to spoken and written
Home and Cottage Wiring II                                                            Portuguese and demonstrate cultural awareness.
Prerequisite: Home and Cottage Wiring I                                               Notes: Optional textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
This course is a more in-depth continuation of Home and Cottage Wiring                CED2190                    April 26 to June 28       $237.64
I. You will delve into more wiring issues in accordance with the Ontario              Emilia Alves               10 Tuesdays               6:30pm - 9:30pm
Electrical Safety Code and Regulations. Lots more fun and informative                 Classroom Learning (A0040)
electrical wiring projects.
CED1722                  April 27 to July 13                 $224.92
Wayne Hnatchuk           12 Wednesdays                       6:30pm - 9:30pm
Classroom Learning (B1060)
                                                                                      Law
Home Maintenance - Exterior                                  (C4) (FF)
With the high cost of hiring a tradesperson to do repairs in your home,
your knowledge to complete basic repairs will be a savings to you. This
course is designed to teach exterior home repairs and renovations.
                                                                                      Being A Landlord                                        (C4) (FF)
                                                                                      Learn exactly what your legal rights and obligations are as a landlord!
Some topics may include: Roofing, Fencing, Decking, Insulation, and
                                                                                      Take this class for up-to-date legal information on rental agreements,
Weatherproofing. Students should bring a set of their own household
                                                                                      damage deposits, landlord and tenant obligations, evictions and more.
tools such as a hammer, wrenches, pliers, handsaw and screwdrivers
as this is a hands-on course.                                                         CED1578                  May 4                           $43.88
CED2079                  April 19 to May 17                  $215.77                  Peter Berlingieri        1 Wednesday                     7:00pm - 10:00pm
Neil Delbianco           5 Tuesdays                          6:30pm - 9:30pm          Classroom Learning (A0010)
Classroom Learning (K1210)
                                                                                      Wills and Power of Attorney                              (C4) (FF)
Solar PV 101                                                 (C4) (FF)                Learn about types of wills, their contents, codicils, and guardianship.
                                                                                      A “living will” is critical in the event you become physically or mentally
Do you want to reduce your energy bill at home? Do you want to have
                                                                                      incapacitated. A “living will” gives you the opportunity to control the
reliable power available to your cottage, cabin or RV? This course will
                                                                                      course of your medical treatment. An “enduring power of attorney” lets
show you how the system produces energy, how the energy can be
                                                                                      you specify who will handle your affairs and look after your assets.
used and how to maintain and troubleshoot your system. Take this
                                                                                      Avoid costly court costs for your family.
course and find out how to make yourself self-sufficient in energy!
                                                                                      CED1177                  May 25                          $43.88
CED2075                  May 7                               $109.19
                                                                                      Peter Berlingieri        1 Wednesday                     7:00pm - 10:00pm
Wayne Hnatchuk           1 Saturday                          9:00am - 4:00pm
                                                                                      Classroom Learning (A0010)
Classroom Learning (A0010)


The Handywoman - Do It For Yourself                          (C4) (FF) New!
The course recognizes that the modern woman wants to learn how to do
small jobs around the home properly. This course will offer women (only) an
opportunity to have “hands on” experience in learning how to do these jobs.
The course will be presented in a lab environment with the use of Power
Point, “hands on” workstations, and text material. Some of the exercises
presented will be: repairing and finishing drywall, repairing leaking faucets
and drains, installing a toilet, re-wiring a light fixture or receptacle, replacing
and installing ceramic tile, installing laminate flooring, insulating attic
and wall spaces, insulating around windows and electrical boxes, how to
replace a door handle and hinges, the proper use, safety, and care of basic
wood-working tools. The participant will need nothing for the first lesson,
but may be required to provide some basic tools (screwdrivers, hammer,
25 ft. measuring tape, utility knife, 6 in. putty knife, 10 in. drywall knife, and
a wire stripper) for future lessons. A presentation of the desired tools will
take place at the first lesson, and the participants may provide their own, or
purchase them from the instructor at a later date.
CED2189                       May 4 to July 6                $191.76
Bill Nash                     10 Wednesdays                  7:00pm - 9:00pm
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                                                                                 Canadian Fire Arms Safety Course Restricted (C4) (FF)
                                                                                 Prerequisite: PAL Non-Restricted and minimum of 18 years of age.
                                                                                 This course covers safety training on hand guns and includes
                                                                                 the Restricted Firearm Test. At the end of the course, successful
                                                                                 candidates will be given the required documents to apply for a
                                                                                 Possession and Acquisition License - Restricted (PAL). All persons in
                                                                                 Canada who wish to own or acquire restricted firearms must have a
                                                                                 Possession and Acquisition License - Restricted (PAL). This training is
                                                                                 normally a requirement for persons seeking employment with a security
                                                                                 agency. To ensure sufficient time for course material preparation,
                                                                                 please register at least 2 weeks before course start date.
                                                                                 CED2072                  May 28                            $155.49


 Outdoor Living                                                                  Jane Perry               1 Saturday
                                                                                 Classroom Learning (A0040)
                                                                                                                                            9:00am - 6:00pm



                                                                                 Hunter Safety and PAL Course                               (C4) (FF)
                                                                                 One-Stop Possession and Acquisition Licence and Hunter Safety
 ATV Rider Safety Course                                  (C4) (FF)              Course. Successful completion of this course and two examinations
 Prerequisite: Participants who are 14 years and older and under the             will allow the participant to apply for both the Firearm Possession
 age of 19 will require a signed consent form (available at the Registrar’s      and Acquisition Licence and the Hunting Outdoor Card. The course
 Office) from a parent or legal guardian and must present this to the            includes basic firearm parts, care, transportation and storage of non-
 instructor at the first class. No persons under the age of 19 will be           restricted firearms and hunting trip preparation, hunting guidelines and
 allowed to ride without this written consent.                                   ethics, and rules and regulations surrounding firearms and hunting.
 The ATV Rider’s Safety course is an 8-hour training program, taught             Minimum age for this course is 12 years. Please allow up to three
 by Canada Safety Council certified instructors. The curriculum, which           months to receive your licences.
 is based on field-tested techniques, provides a fun and orderly way to          CED2182                  May 13 to May 15                  $218.42
 learn proper ATV operation. These courses have been designed to offer           Jane Perry               1 Friday/1 Saturday               6:00pm -10:00pm
 practical, hands-on instruction for riders, whether they operate an ATV                                  1 Sunday                          9:00am - 6:00pm
 for personal or work-related purposes. The rider learns about general           Classroom Learning (A0040)
 safe operating procedures, the responsibilities of the operator and/
 or owner, safety apparel, ATV controls, making proper manoeuvres,
 reading the terrain, how to descend, ascend or turn on a hill and (pre-         Chainsaw Safety Course                                     (C4) (FF)
 ride) checks and precautions when travelling in a group. Participants
                                                                                 This 16-hour course is intended to provide participants with the
 must provide their own ATV. You must also come prepared with proper
                                                                                 necessary knowledge and practice to safely operate a chainsaw. With
 riding gear, which includes: approved helmet, heavy jacket, gloves,
                                                                                 8 hours of theory and 8 hours out in the field, course topics include:
 long pants and boots that will cover the ankle. Those arriving with
                                                                                 personal protective equipment, reactive forces, field maintenance and
 inadequate gear will not be permitted to participate. Come dress for the
                                                                                 sharpening; theory and hands-on practice including: pre-operation
 elements. Rain or shine, the course will proceed. Bring a lunch too!
                                                                                 procedures and ensuring a safe operating environment, safe handling,
 CED1323                    May 6 to May 7                 $157.87               light-duty felling, limbing and bucking skills. Participants will be required
 Barry Oja                  1 Friday/1 Saturday            6:30pm - 9:30pm       to wear necessary safety apparel while in the field. This includes
                                                           9:00am – 3:00pm       approved steel-toed safety boots, work gloves and hard-hats. During
 J1160                                                                           cutting exercises, Sault College will provide chainsaws, sharpening
                                                                                 and maintenance tools, hearing and eye protection as well as
                                                                                 chainsaw pants. If participants desire to use their own chainsaws, they
 Bicycle Maintenance                                       (C4) (FF)             must be in working order and will meet WSIB and Ministry of Labour
 Sault College in partnership with Velorution is pleased to offer this fun       specifications (i.e. Chain Brake etc.). Participants will be expected
 and informative course in bicycle maintenance. Just in time for summer,         to provide their own lunches and to dress according to weather and
 this course will provide you with tips on how to get your bike ready for        environmental conditions. A participation award will be issued upon
 the summer season and how to ride on the road and on the trail safely.          successful completion of the course. NOTE: 100% of the course must
 The course will also provide an opportunity to learn about Sault Ste.           be attended by participant to satisfactorily complete the course.
 Marie’s fantastic HUB TRAIL system. Participants should bring in their          CED1011                   May 7 to May 8                   $300.65
 own bicycle that is ‘road worthy’ but may need a little tuning up.              John Clement              1 Saturday/1 Sunday              8:00am - 5:00pm
 CED2179                    May 3 to May 5                 $69.45                Classroom Learning (J1203)
 Jan Roubal                 1 Tuesday/1 Thursday           6:30pm - 9:30pm
 Velorution
                                                                                 Chainsaw Sharpening Workshop                               (C4) (FF)
                                                                                 Prerequisite: Must be 16 years of age.
 Canadian Fire Arms Safety Course                          (C4) (FF)             Learn to safely adjust, sharpen and maintain chainsaw chains.
 The Canadian Firearms Safety Course (CFSC) is designed as an                    Topics include: parts of the chainsaw and cutting assemble, tools and
 introductory firearm safety course for the broadest possible spectrum           equipment, filing cutters, adjusting the depth gauges, setting proper
 of firearms users. Firearm safety courses have a proven track record            chaining tension and performing a final inspection. It also includes
 in the reduction of firearm-related incidents. This course includes the         regular inspection, cleaning, lubricating and maintenance procedures.
 mandatory exam for Firearms Licence application, as administered by             Bring a gas or electric chainsaw and owner’s manual, old clothes, work
 the Canadian Firearms Program.                                                  gloves, safety glasses, and a sharpening kit.
 CED2070                    May 13 to May 14               $136.50               CED1432                   May 19                           $78.18
 Jane Perry                 1 Friday/1 Saturday            6:00pm - 10:00pm      John Clement              1 Thursday                       7:00pm - 10:00pm
                                                           9:00am – 3:00pm       Classroom Learning (J1203)
 Classroom Learning (A0040)


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Fly Fishing for Beginners                                 (C4) (FF)             Motorcycle Training: Basic (Gearing Up Program) (C4) (FF)
A beginners guide to the art of fly fishing. Topics include: equipment,         Prerequisite: You must obtain an M1 learner permit prior to starting the
casting, fly selection & techniques. The fee covers all costs except            course.
personal gear, fishing licenses, food and transportation to and from the        Certified instructors deliver Sault College’s Motorcycle Training
river site.                                                                     Program. The program is 18 hours long, three hours in-class, fifteen
CED2157                   May 4 to May 18                 $53.57                hours on-bike. Motorcycles are provided. Upon successful completion,
Mike Hanson               6:00pm - 8:00pm                                       you will be eligible to receive your M2 license without further testing.
                                                                                For more information visit the Canada Safety Council website at http://
1st Wednesday – J1160                                                           www.safety-council.org under Motorcycles. Come prepared with:
2nd Wednesday – Prince Charles Public School                                    approved helmet, heavy jacket, leather gloves, heavy pants, and boots
3rd Wednesday – St. Mary’s River                                                that cover the ankle. An information package will be available upon
                                                                                registration.
                                                                                CED1050                       May 6 to May 8               $425.00
Introduction to Prospecting                               (C4) (FF)                                           1 Friday                     6:00pm - 9:00pm
Gain a basic understanding of prospecting and mineral exploration.                                            1 Saturday/1 Sunday          9:00am - 5:00pm
The course will be an overview of common prospecting and exploration
techniques. There will be a one day field trip in the Batchawana Bay                                          Classroom Learning (J1106)
area. Instructor will contact the students. Students must provide their
own transportation. Course is limited to 4 participants. Prospecting            CED1050                   May 9 to May 12                  $425.00
Manual is included in course fee.                                                                         1 Monday/1 Tuesday               5:30pm -10:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Wednesday/1 Thursday
CED1706                  May 11 to May 15                 $354.30
                                                                                Classroom Learning (J1140)
Shaun Parent             1 Wednesday/1 Thursday           6:30pm - 9:30pm
                         1 Sunday                         9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                                                CED1050                   May 13 to May 15                 $425.00
Classroom Learning (B1150)                                                                                1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (J1106)
Map and Compass with GPS                                  (C4) (FF)
You will learn the relationship between the map, the compass and the            CED1050                   May 16 to May 19                 $425.00
GPS unit. Everything is provided. The field trip will be discussed during                                 1 Monday/1 Tuesday               5:30pm -10:00pm
class. Instructor will contact students. Students must provide their own                                  1 Wednesday/1 Thursday
transportation. Course is limited to 6 participants.                            Classroom Learning (J1140)
CED1705                  May 9 to May 14                  $239.92
Shaun Parent             1 Monday/1 Tuesday               7:00pm - 9:00pm       CED1050                   May 27 to May 29                 $425.00
                         1 Saturday                       9:00am - 5:00pm                                 1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
Classroom Learning (B1150)                                                      Classroom Learning (J1106)

                                                                                CED1050                   June 6 to June 9                 $425.00
Rock Climbing I                                           (C4) (FF)
                                                                                                          1 Monday/1 Tuesday               5:30pm -10:00pm
Upon completion, you will have learned the basics of slingshot top-                                       1 Wednesday/1 Thursday
rope climbing and lowering. Saturday class will take place on site at           Classroom Learning (J1140)
Batchawana. Instructor will contact students. Students must provide
their own transportation. All equipment is provided. Course is limited to       CED1050                   June 17 to June 19               $425.00
6 participants.                                                                                           1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
CED1735                    May 2 to May 7                 $181.35                                         1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
Shaun Parent               1 Monday/1 Saturday            7:00pm - 9:00pm       Classroom Learning (J1106)
                                                          9:00am - 4:00pm
Classroom Learning (B1150)                                                      CED1050                   June 24 to June 26               $425.00
                                                                                                          1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
Rock Climbing II                                          (C4) (FF)             Classroom Learning (J1106)

Upon completion of this course, you will gain skills, and understand            CED1050                   July 11 to July 14               $425.00
the concepts required to rock climb safely in a top-roped setting using                                   1 Monday/1 Tuesday
natural and artificial anchors. Sunday class will take place on site at                                   1 Wednesday/1 Thursday           5:30pm - 10:00pm
Batchawana. Instructor will contact students. Students must provide             Classroom Learning (J1140)
their own transportation. All equipment is provided. Course is limited to
4 participants.                                                                 CED1050                   August 12 to August 14           $425.00
CED1736                    May 2 to May 8                 $237.85                                         1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
Shaun Parent               1 Monday/1 Sunday              7:00pm - 9:00pm                                 1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                          9:00am - 4:00pm       Classroom Learning (J1106)
Classroom Learning (B1150)
                                                                                CED1050                   August 15 to August 18           $425.00
                                                                                                          1 Monday/1 Tuesday               5:30pm - 10:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Wednesday/1 Thursday
                                                                                Classroom Learning (J1140)

                                                                                CED1050                   August 26 to August 28           $425.00
                                                                                                          1 Friday                         6:00pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday              9:00am - 5:00pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (J1140)


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M2 Exit                                              (C4) (FF)                  Club Series - Learn to Play Bridge!                         (C4) (FF)
This course is designed for the experienced street motorcyclist who             The course offers the participant an introduction to playing the game
wants to make the most of his/her riding skills. Included in the course         of Bridge. The participant will be introduced to the history of the game,
is a three-hour classroom session and 10 hours of practical training,           the Standard American Bidding System, defensive play, how to play the
which emphasizes road management skills. Participants must provide              hand as declarer and several commonly used bridge conventions. The
own motorcycle. Upon completion of the practical training, you will be          course will be divided into structured lessons and actual playing of the
tested for the ‘M’ Class license. After you have successfully passed            game. The participant requires no previous knowledge of bridge or any
the Sault College course, the Ministry of Transportation requires no            other card game; just an interest in developing their memory, improving
further testing. Note: Maximum 5 participants per group. An information         their reasoning skills and enjoying a popular pastime. The course will
package will be given out upon registration. Please come to first class         be presented using “Power Point”, text book instruction and other multi-
with riding gear.                                                               media applications. Participants will be required to purchase the book, “
CED1044                   May 13 to May 15                $425.00               The Club Series, by Audrey Grant” (approximately $20.00).
Tim Howson                1 Friday                        6:00pm - 9:00pm       CED2140                   May 3 to August 9                 $15.00
                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday             9:00am - 4:00pm       William Nash              15 Tuesdays                       7:00pm - 9:30pm
Classroom Learning (J1107)                                                      Classroom Learning (J1106)

CED1044                   May 30 to June 2                $425.00
Tim Howson                1 Monday/1 Tuesday              6:00pm - 10:00pm      Eating Healthy on a Budget for
                          1 Wednesday/1 Thursday                                Seniors/Retirees                                            (C4) (FF) New!
Classroom Learning (J1140)
                                                                                This two hour course focuses on eating the best nutrients and
                                                                                healthiest food for your dollar. It is intended for seniors and retirees
CED1044                   June 20 to June 23              $425.00               who may be on a fixed income. The first hour will focus on an overview
Tim Howson                1 Monday/1 Tuesday              6:00pm - 10:00pm      of a household budget, Canada’s Food Guide, portion control, healthy
                          1 Wednesday/1 Thursday                                snack choices, adequate healthy fluids and special diets. The second
Classroom Learning (J1140)                                                      hour will cover food budgeting, menu planning, writing a grocery list,
                                                                                grocery shopping, label reading, unit pricing, and the cost of not eating
CED1044                   July 8 to July 10               $425.00               healthy i.e. optimal health and wellness versus healthcare. Special tips
Tim Howson                1 Friday                        6:00pm - 9:00pm       will be shared on eating for one person. This course is presented by a
                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday             9:00am - 4:00pm       registered dietitian who has worked in the hospital, long term care and
Classroom Learning (J1107)                                                      community sectors.
                                                                                CED2194                  May 3                              $31.89
CED1044                   August 19 to August 21          $425.00               Irene Lees               1 Tuesday                          7:00pm - 9:00pm
Tim Howson                1 Friday                        6:00pm - 9:00pm       Classroom Learning (A0010)
                          1 Saturday/1 Sunday             9:00am - 4:00pm
Classroom Learning (J1107)
                                                                                Forgiveness - Letting it Go                                 (C4) (FF) New!
                                                                                Any time of the year is a good time to make a real effort to let go of
                                                                                the past so that the past does not keep destroying you. The main
                                                                                reason for so much trouble in our personal lives is a lack of forgiveness
                                                                                somewhere in the past.

Personal Growth                                                                 Every person’s story is different. You had a terrible divorce, death of
                                                                                loved one, or a breakup, or people have hurt you terribly, betrayed


and Wellness
                                                                                you, cheated you, put you down, used you, stole your best friend. So
                                                                                we hang on to the hurts and it builds resentment. No one can forgive
                                                                                for you; you are the only one who can change your future and stop
                                                                                repeating your history. Only you can determine to let it all go forever.
                                                                                For real peace, we have to let it go, no matter the cost, because
                                                                                these hurts we nurture carry a terrible price. They can lead to cancer
                                                                                and back pain and stomach trouble, broken marriages and ruptured
Attachment Parenting                                     (C4) (FF)              relationships with children, lost jobs and homes and finances, and even
Attachment parenting, the parenting approach based on 7 simple                  addictions. Doctors will tell you that the stress of real or perceived hurt
principles (the 7 B’s of attachment parenting), is becoming more                can damage our bodies irreparably.
mainstream and getting international attention. It is, however, much
more than ‘babywearing and breastfeeding’ like many characterizations           CED2191                  April 12 to May 17                 $15.00
make it out to be. Attachment parenting is the development of a                 Gene Monin               6 Tuesdays                         7:00pm - 9:00pm
compassionate, loving and secure form of parenting, providing love,             Classroom Learning (A0050)
boundaries and confidence for your child from birth to the time they
leave your nest. There are three goals to attachment parenting (to
know your child, to help your child feel right, to enjoy parenting) – these
goals will be the topic of this course. This class helps parents learn to
implement some or all of the ‘7 B’s’ into their daily lives, relying heavily
on parental intuition about what’s right for their family. Participants will
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learn not only the theory behind attachment parenting, but concrete
techniques for putting it into practice (and yes, we’ll cover how to                       Registrar’s Office, open
breastfeed and work those complex baby wraps!). Notes: Textbook can
be purchased from the Campus Shop.                                                           Monday to Friday,
                                                                                            8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
CED2168                  April 21 to April 28             $53.16
Amanda Hohmann           2 Thursdays                      7:00pm - 9:00pm
Classroom Learning (E3101)



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Healthy Body Weights for Children
and Teenagers                                            (C4) (FF) New!
This two hour course focuses on eating the best nutrients and
healthiest food to promote growth and development in children and
teenagers. It is intended for parents and other interested family
members as well as teenagers interested in learning more about
healthy eating in moderation. The first hour will focus on Canada’s
Food Guide, portion control, healthy snack choices, adequate healthy
fluids, restaurant eating and special diets. The second hour will focus
on menu planning, writing a grocery list, grocery shopping and meal
preparation and cooking which engages children and teenagers. The
role of physical activity will be discussed. This course is taught by a
registered dietitian who has worked in the hospital and community
sectors.
CED2192                     April 28                      $31.89
Irene Lees                  1 Thursday                    7:00pm - 9:00pm
Contact North (G1080)
                                                                                Pregnancy, Birth and the Postpartum Period                (C4) (FF)
                                                                                A general ‘what to expect’ from pregnancy, birth and postpartum
Learn to Meditate                                         (C4) (FF)             overview, but with heavy emphasis on natural pain relief and alternative
Many cultures have practiced some kind of meditation and almost                 birth methods (homebirth, waterbirth, etc.). This course offers expectant
everyone can benefit from meditation practice. Basically there are              parents the chance to develop a thorough understanding of the choices
two types of meditation: mindfulness and awareness. Mindfulness                 available to them in our community, the tools to make the decisions that
deals with precision and awareness deals with insight and wisdom.               are right for them and a chance to ask questions and receive personalized
Mindfulness leads to awareness. Participants in this course will learn          answers. Outline of topics covered: anatomy/physiology of labour - what
how to use mindfulness meditation as a way to be in the present                 the terminology means and how to understand what your doctor/nurse/
moment. To do that we use sitting meditation and other techniques               midwife is saying to you; the progress of labour - how to tell that you’re
to become mindful. We then use the precision and concentration that             in labour, what happens during the course of labour; choices available/
develops from our mindfulness practice to gain insight and wisdom. We           necessary at each stage of labour - the pros/cons of different choices
use mindfulness and awareness techniques to better understand our               related to pain management, mother and infant care, active management,
world, to work with difficult emotions, and for decision making. We apply       etc., as indicated through the medical literature; natural childbirth methods
it at work, home and daily life. For this two hour class we will integrate      - meditation & mindfulness; post-partum care for mom and babe - what to
various mindfulness and awareness techniques along with discussion              think about after the birth, what choices you can make to promote healing
to explore these practices and their relevance to Westerners.                   (physical and emotional).
Participants in this course will be encouraged to develop a regular             Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
meditation practice. Andy Noel has practiced and studied meditation for         CED2169                   June 27 to July 6        $73.31
over ten years. He completed three years of retreat and graduated from          Amanda Hohmann            2 Mondays/2 Wednesdays 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Gampo Abbey monastic college, a Buddhist monastery in Cape Breton,              Classroom Learning (A0050)
Nova Scotia. At retreat he studied Eastern and Western philosophy
and practiced mind-body disciplines including meditation, yoga, and Tai
Chi. Andy has studied with many great eastern and western teachers              Relax Those Tired Feet!                                   (C4) (FF)
including the Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche, Pema Chodron and Ezra
Bayda. He has taught meditation in a wide variety of settings such              This course teaches the basics of giving a relaxing massage to tired,
as retreat centers, Shambhala, community centers, and other special             aching feet and hands. It centres on the use of proper techniques to
gatherings.                                                                     easily and safely soothe and relax calves, feet, forearms and hands.
                                                                                Some common causes for pain, such as carpal tunnel syndrome and
CED2131                  April 19                         $24.43                falling arches will be discussed. This course is suitable for everyone,
Andy Noel                1 Tuesday                        7:00pm - 9:00pm       including those with no massage experience.
Classroom Learning (G1120)                                                      Notes: This course requires students to bring some of their own supplies.
                                                                                A supply list will be provided upon registration.
                                                                                CED2152                      May 3                      $37.82
Massage for Partners and Pairs                            (C4) (FF)
                                                                                Liana Villeneuve             1 Tuesday                  7:00pm - 9:00pm
Massage is a wonderful way of addressing stress and strain. If you
                                                                                Classroom Learning (A2140)
have always wanted to give massage a try this excellent introduction
is for you. Working in pairs you will learn basic massage techniques
that you will practice in class. Please register two names. Price is per        Release Your Stress with Massage                          (C4) (FF)
person. Course is designed for two partners.
                                                                                This course provides the skills and knowledge to safely provide a
Notes: This course requires students to bring some of their own supplies.       massage for the face, neck and head. These techniques promote
A supply list will be provided upon registration.
                                                                                relaxation, stress reduction and can be beneficial to those with mild
CED2110                      May 7                      $71.12                  sinus problems, headaches and neck stiffness. Many people carry
Liana Villeneuve             1 Saturday                 12:00pm - 4:00pm        stress in the neck, scalp and facial muscles and relaxing these areas
Classroom Learning (A2140)                                                      can decrease overall tension and encourage a state of balance and
                                                                                overall well-being. This course is suitable for everyone, including those
                                                                                with no massage experience.
                                                                                Notes: This course requires students to bring some of their own supplies.
                                                                                A supply list will be provided upon registration.
                                                                                CED2153                      June 1                     $37.82
                                                                                Liana Villeneuve             1 Wednesday                7:00pm - 9:00pm
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So You Want To Be A Poet                                  (C4) (FF) New!
Owen Neill has written 16 books and produced a CD. He is the only
foreign writer to take part in the ‘Let Me Take You to the Island’ Writers
Weekend Festival in Ireland where he read from one of his books. To
learn more about Owen, please visit www.owenneill.com. Poetry is an
art form, which requires discipline, knowledge, and inspiration (talent).
You will deal with changing forms and meter and explore thoughts on
the role poetry has played historically. One hour of each class will
involve reading and critiquing each other’s original work assignments.
Each student will be represented in a class anthology at the end of the
course.
Notes, material and workbooks will be provided. This course is designed
for aspiring as well as experienced students of poetry writing.
CED1075                      April 12 to May 24         $150.64
Owen Neill                   7 Tuesdays                 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Classroom Learning (J1107)


Writing the Self - Creative Writing                                             Digital Photography Basic Level                             (FF)
for Self Development                                      (C4) (FF)             This course is designed for the digital photographer who has a basic
                                                                                understanding of their camera. The student will learn what options are
By using techniques developed by some of the most important names
in the field, the student will find a writing practice that feels comfortable   available after the photo is taken. We will explore various software
and easy, with the aim of daily writing throughout the course. At the           (Paint Shop Pro XI) that will help you improve the quality or fix mistakes
end of each class, time will be available to share insights or great            that transform the ordinary to excellent images. The student will learn
pieces with fellow class members. Students will be expected to spend            how to store photos in folders, scan old photos, email photos, burn
10-20 minutes of their own time, at least 5 days a week, doing an at-           CD’s, use PowerPoint, and proper printing. Students will practice with
home writing practice in a journal for the duration of the course. Topics       their cameras while on a field trip.
include: (1) developing your writing practice: finding a technique that         CED1133                  April 12 to June 14                $184.10
works for you and developing your skills; (2) poetry as self-expression:        Neil MacEwan             10 Tuesdays                         6:30pm - 9:30pm
various methods for creating poetry are discussed, as are the benefits          Classroom Learning (E2140)
to this type of creative writing, as a professional or personal growth
mechanism; (3) writing fiction: the use of fiction as a tool for self-
exploration and reflection; and (4) review of writing process and final         Digital Scrapbooking                                        (C4) (FF) New!
pieces; how to apply the techniques in a professional setting.
                                                                                Create scrapbooking layouts using your digital photos without all the
Notes: Textbook can be purchased from the Campus Shop.
                                                                                glue and scissors! In this class you will learn to create digital layouts
CED2162                   July 14 to August 4      $100.66                      using edits, crops, pre-made elements, as well as creating your own
Amanda Hohmann            4 Thursdays              7:00pm - 9:00pm              elements in Adobe Photoshop. You will have the option at the end of
Contact North (G1080)                                                           the course to print your layouts, for an additional cost, in a photo book
                                                                                for you to cherish for years to come. (Please note this class will be
                                                                                done on Mac computers – no previous experience needed, the course
                                                                                will teach you basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop tools transferable
                                                                                to PC’s).

Photography                                                                     Notes: No class May 23.
                                                                                CED2195
                                                                                Melissa Scali
                                                                                                         May 2 to May 30
                                                                                                         4 Mondays
                                                                                                                                            $95.88
                                                                                                                                            6:30pm - 9:00pm
                                                                                Classroom Learning (G1600)

Better Photography With Your Digital Camera                (FF)
This course is designed to help you understand your digital camera with         Photoshop for Digital Photography Using Mac’s (FF)
its multitude of menus, settings and controls. It will help you improve         In photography, mastering the camera is definitely the first part
your picture-taking skills. Learn about shutter speeds, apertures,              of making striking images. Adobe Photoshop has long been the
focal lengths, meters and I.S.O’s. Take action shots, night shots,              professional’s choice in imaging software able to help you take your
better pictures of people and scenic pictures. Learn the finer points of        photographs to that next level or to save those once in a lifetime photos
composition. The class will take several field trips to be scheduled by         that went wrong. This course is designed to help improve the quality of
the instructor. Bring your camera to class.                                     images of both experienced Photoshop users and newcomers to the
CED1096                   April 27 to June 29             $184.10               program. This class will not only teach the basic tools of Photoshop but
Gene Santoro              10 Wednesdays                   7:00pm - 10:00pm      get into step-by-step examples of popular photo manipulations, special
Classroom Learning (J1106)                                                      effects, common fixes and advanced theory. With much of the class
                                                                                time dedicated to hands-on work closely assisted by the instructor, you
                                                                                will be able to work and learn at a level that will challenge you.
Better Photography with your Digital Camera Part 2 (FF)                         Notes: This course is taught on Mac computers and the software is com-
This course is designed for individuals who have taken ‘Better                  pletely interchangeable between Mac`s and PC`s. Some computer skills
Photography with your Digital Camera’ and have had a chance to                  and knowledge are required. No class Feb. 21.
practice their skills. During this course, you will have an opportunity to      CED2052                     April 27 to June 29       $189.10
ask questions about the work you have been doing and you will learn             Brandie Sanderson           10 Wednesdays             6:30pm - 9:30pm
more advanced techniques.                                                       Classroom Learning (G1600)
CED2123                   April 28 to May 26              $94.55
Gene Santoro              5 Thursdays                     7:00pm - 10:00pm
Classroom Learning (J1106)

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                                                                      Whether you’re coming from high school, university, the
                                                                       workforce or returning as a Second Career student,
                                                                        we’re here for you. Stop in or call us…we are here to
                                                                         help you succeed.
                                                                               Our Student Recruitment team invites you to
                                                                                discover our new expanding campus! Take a tour,
                                                                                 meet faculty, or sit in on a class. We can help
                                                                                 you complete your college application. Shadow
                                                                                a college student for a day and find out why Sault
                                                                              College is the right place for you to study.




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                      online and
                      independent Study
                      course Opportunities




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                                                             aCaDemiC anD Career entranCe
                                                             (aCE) (ONlINE lEaRNINg)

                                                             ACE is a non postsecondary program designed to prepare you to
                                                             succeed in postsecondary and apprenticeship training. It is accepted
                                                             as OSSD equivalent by colleges and Apprenticeship in Ontario for
                                                             purposes of admission. It is also recognized by a growing number of
                                                             employers for hiring and promoting staff.
                                                             The advantages of online delivery are the removal of geographic,
                                                             transportation, personal and employment barriers. You can work from
                                                             the comfort of your own home. Courses start each month and are 22
                                                             weeks in duration. You can fast-track through the courses.
                                                             Before you can take an ACE online course, you will be required to
                                                             take a 20 hour online Learn to Learn Intake Module to determine if
                                                             you have the necessary personal, computer and academic skills to
                                                             successfully participate in ACE Distance courses. You can start this
                                                             module any time.

                                                             ACE courses are tuition free!

                                                             Note: To receive an ACE certificate, students must complete four
                                                             courses: Communications (English), a Mathematics and any two of
                                                             the following courses: other Mathematics courses, Self Direction,
                                                             Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Computer Skills.

                                                             Program of Study
                                                             Mandatory:
                                                             L2L000 Learn to Learn Intake Module

                                                             Other Courses:
                                                             ACE005      ACE Apprenticeship Math
                                                             ACE010      ACE Biology
                                                             ACE015      ACE Business Mathematics
                                                             ACE020      ACE Chemistry
                                                             ACE025      ACE Communications
                                                             ACE030      ACE Computers
                                                             ACE035      ACE Core Math
                                                             ACE040      ACE Physics
                                                             ACE045      ACE Self Management and Self Direction
                                                             ACE050      ACE Technology Math

                                                             Courses are offered monthly. Online course offerings and details
                                                             (description, price, and textbooks) can be found at www.saultcollege.
                                                             ca, distance education. Click on Academic Career Entrance (ACE) or
                                                             Find Courses by course code or name.




                                                             ACE courses are tuition free
                                                             This program is funded by The Government of Ontario.




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  ontario learn (on-line)




                                                                                                                                     May 13 - Aug 19
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                                                                                                                                                                                         Aug 2 - Nov 8
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                                                                                                                                                                        Jul 4 - Oct 10
 Course Name                                                                          Code           Price
 Abnormal Psychology                                                                OEL537         $341.65                            X                   X                X                X
 Abuse and Family Violence                                                          OEL805         $359.56                            X
 Access – Core                                                                      OEL102         $252.10                            X                   X                X
 Access – Expert                                                                    OEL151         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Access - Specialist                                                                OEL102         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Accounting Basics I                                                               OEL1024         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 ACCPAC Advntage Series - Corporate Ed - Accts Payable                              OEL119         $180.46                            X
 ACCPAC Advantage Series - Corporate Ed- Accts Receivable                           OEL120         $180.46                            X
 ACCPAC Advantage Series - Corporate Ed - General Ledger                            OEL121         $180.46                            X
 Adult Learning                                                                     OEL720         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Adult Literacy Learner                                                             OEL808         $359.56                            X
 Adults with Learning Disabilities                                                  OEL718         $323.74                            X
 Advanced Medical Transcription                                                     OEL645         $341.65                            X
 Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Inspection                                         OEL579         $323.74                            X
 Anatomy & Physiology I for RPN                                                     OEL646         $383.44             X              X                   X                X                X
 Anatomy & Physiology II for RPN                                                    OEL647         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Applied Resources Calculations                                                     OEL815         $359.56                            X
 Aromatherapy, Subtle                                                               OEL669         $252.10                            X
 Assessing & Evaluating Literacy Learning                                           OEL818         $359.56                            X
 Assessment and Evaluation                                                          OEL719         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Atypical Child                                                                     OEL801         $359.56                            X
 Beginning Medical Transcription                                                    OEL644         $341.65                            X
 Business Law I                                                                     OEL108         $341.65                            X                   X                X
 Business Mngmnt and Organizational Behaviour, Intro to                             OEL729         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Business Math                                                                      OEL629         $341.65                            X
 Business of Tomorrow (MLCP)                                                        OEL744         $401.26                            X
 Business Report Writing                                                            OEL106         $359.56             X              X                   X                X                X
 Business Writing Strategies                                                        OEL620         $359.56             X              X                   X                X                X
 C# Programming, Intro to                                                           OEL794         $323.74                            X
 Calculus                                                                           OEL847         $455.08                            X
 Canadian Politics                                                                  OEL363         $323.74                            X
 Capstone Course, Skills Integration                                                OEL763         $252.10                            X
 Coaching and Developing People (MLCP)                                              OEL626         $401.26                            X
 Communication/Professional Practices                                               OEL721         $323.74                            X
 Communications I                                                                   OEL335         $359.56             X              X                   X                X                X
 Communications II                                                                  OEL770         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Communications II (PFP)                                                            OEL711         $323.74                            X
 Compensation Management                                                            OEL135         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Computers, Intro to                                                                OEL136         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Conflict Management                                                                OEL812         $359.56                            X
 Consecutive Interpreting                                                           OEL784         $252.10                            X
 Contemporary Canadian Social Problems                                              OEL824         $359.56                            X
 Continuous Improvement Process (MLCP)                                              OEL655         $401.26                            X


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Course Name                                                                  Code         Price
Corporate Practice and Procedure                                          OEL705        $341.65                          X
Counselling Adult Learners                                                OEL342        $323.74                          X
Cost & Managerial Accounting 1                                           OEL1016        $359.56                          X
Criminal and Civil Law                                                    OEL283        $323.74                          X                                    X
Criminology                                                               OEL723        $252.10           X              X                   X                X                X
Critical and Creative Thinking                                            OEL624        $252.10
Curriculum Development                                                    OEL697        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Database Fundamentals                                                     OEL366        $359.56                          X
Dealing With Difficult People                                             OEL382        $252.10                          X                   X                X
Dental Terminology                                                        OEL797        $287.92                          X
Desktop Publishing for Business                                           OEL817        $455.08                          X
Developing Effective Teams (MLCP)                                         OEL399        $401.26                          X
Developing Web Apps with ASP.NET and C#                                   OEL795        $323.74                          X
Developmental Psychology                                                  OEL124        $341.65                          X                   X                X
Diversity & First Nations                                                 OEL659        $323.74                          X
Dynamic Web sites with AMP (Apache, MySQL and PHP)                       OEL1005        $407.32                          X
Electrical Inspection                                                     OEL535        $323.74                          X
Entrepreneurialism in Health Care                                         OEL849        $359.56                          X
Entrepreneurship                                                          OEL138        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Environmental Ethics                                                     OEL1022        $287.92                          X
Essentials in Health Records Management                                   OEL615        $287.92                          X
Ethics and Professionalism                                                OEL594        $252.10                          X
Event Planning and Protocol                                               OEL616        $252.10                          X
Excel – Expert                                                            OEL678        $252.10           X              X                   X                X                X
Excel – Specialist                                                        OEL656        $252.10           X              X                   X                X                X
Exterior Inspection                                                       OEL725        $323.74                          X
Family Law Practice and Procedure                                         OEL687        $341.65                          X
Finance and Accounting Math                                               OEL661        $407.32                          X
Financial Management Accounting, Intro                                    OEL398        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Flower Essences                                                           OEL596        $252.10                          X
Forest Pathology - Theory                                                 OEL842        $168.52                          X
Foundational Strategies for Literacy & Numeracy Instruction               OEL761        $359.56                          X
Foundations of College Mathematics                                       OEL1002        $323.74                          X
Francais 1                                                                OEL700        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
FrontPage/Expression Web – Introduction                                   OEL681        $282.10                          X
Fundamentals of HTML, JavaScript, CGI                                     OEL360        $359.56                          X
Fundamentals of Quality Assurance                                         OEL684        $305.83                          X
Group Learning and Team Development                                       OEL341        $323.74                          X
Heating Inspection 1                                                      OEL577        $323.74                          X
Heating Inspection 2                                                      OEL578        $323.74                          X
History of Art                                                           OEL1021        $323.74                          X
Hospitality Facility Management                                           OEL820        $359.56                          X
How to Start a Small Business                                             OEL623        $252.10                          X


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                  For more information course Continuing Education courses Louise Lee in Continuing Education (705)759-2554 Ext. 2417
        If you need an Ontario Learnabout ourthat is not listed, please callplease visit www.saultcollege.ca, Continuing Education.
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 Course Name                                                                          Code           Price
 HTML Introduction                                                                  OEL613         $311.80                            X
 Human Growth and Development                                                       OEL798         $341.65                            X
 Human Relations                                                                    OEL846         $252.10                            X
 Human Resource Management Principles                                               OEL612         $490.90             X              X                   X                X                X
 Human Resource Planning and Development                                            OEL605         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Hydraulic System 1                                                                 OEL598         $252.10                            X
 Industrial Relations                                                               OEL142         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Institutional Food Service                                                         OEL788         $252.10                            X
 Instructional Techniques                                                           OEL191         $323.74             X              X                   X                X                X
 Instructional Technology in Adult Education                                        OEL286         $252.10                            X
 Intercultural Communication, Introduction                                          OEL541         $341.65                            X
 Interior/Insulation Inspection                                                     OEL728         $323.74                            X
 Intermediate Accounting I                                                          OEL231         $359.56                            X
 Intermediate Accounting II                                                         OEL232         $359.56                            X
 Intermediate TCP/IP for Webmaster                                                  OEL844         $359.56                            X
 Internet Essentials                                                                OEL107         $323.74                            X
 Internet Information Server (IIS) for Webmaster                                    OEL833         $359.56                            X
 Interviewing and Investigation                                                     OEL839         $359.56                            X
 Investigation & Evidence                                                           OEL668         $323.74                            X
 Italian for Beginners                                                              OEL764         $323.74                            X
 Java Introduction                                                                  OEL730         $311.80             X              X                   X                X                X
 Keyboarding for Computers                                                          OEL757         $323.74                            X
 Language Interpreter - Sight Translation                                           OEL755         $252.10                            X
 Language Interpreter – Simultaneous                                                OEL756         $252.10                            X
 Leadership and Communication                                                       OEL621         $341.65                            X
 Legal Office Practices and Procedures, Intro to                                    OEL583         $341.65                            X
 Legal Terminology                                                                  OEL562         $341.65                            X
 Lets Start Ojibwe                                                                  OEL843         $359.56                            X
 Litigation Practice and Procedure 1                                                OEL606         $341.65                            X
 Litigation Practice and Procedure 2                                                OEL674         $341.65                            X
 Macroeconomics – Introduction                                                      OEL233         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Marketing I                                                                        OEL768         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Marketing II                                                                       OEL464         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Material and Operations Management                                                 OEL683         $341.65                            X
 Medical Keyboarding                                                                OEL619         $323.74                            X
 Medical Office Procedures                                                          OEL614         $341.65                            X
 Medical OHIP Billing                                                               OEL686         $323.74                            X
 Medical Terminology                                                                OEL306         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 Medical Transcription Fundamentals                                                 OEL746         $341.65                            X
 Medical Transcription Styles & Practices                                           OEL745         $341.65                            X
 Microeconomics - Introduction                                                      OEL149         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X
 MS Office 2003                                                                     OEL601         $341.65                            X
 MS Office 2007/2010                                                                OEL767         $341.65             X              X                   X                X                X


                                       All Ontario Learn courses can be registered through Sault College.
                     For more Learn course that Continuing Education call Louise Lee in Continuing Education (705)759-2554
        If you need an Ontarioinformation about our is not listed, please courses please visit www.saultcollege.ca, Continuing Education. Ext. 2417
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                                                                                                                                                           Jul 4 - Oct 10
Course Name                                                                  Code         Price
MS Office Professional XP                                                 OEL413        $341.65                          X
Myths and Legends                                                         OEL115        $323.74                          X                   X                                 X
Natural Resources Career Management                                       OEL841        $359.56                          X
Natural Resources Entrepreneurship                                        OEL836        $264.04                          X
Non-Fiction, Intro to                                                     OEL693        $305.83                          X
Nutrition, Intro to                                                       OEL389        $252.10                          X
Occupational Health & Safety                                              OEL125        $341.65           X              X                   X                X                X
Office Technology and Procedures                                          OEL140        $407.32           X              X                   X                X                X
Organizational Business Communications                                   OEL1023        $341.65                          X
Organizational Studies                                                    OEL796        $323.74                          X
Pathophysiology I for RPN                                                 OEL679        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Pathophysiology II for RPN                                                OEL680        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Payroll Administration                                                    OEL732        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Perioperative Nursing 1                                                  OEL1004        $323.74                          X
Personal Success                                                          OEL388        $252.10                          X
Pharmacology for Medical Office Professionals                             OEL353        $287.92                          X
Photoshop-Level 1                                                         OEL799        $323.74                          X
Plumbing Inspection                                                       OEL580        $323.74                          X
Police Powers I                                                           OEL175        $323.74                          X                                    X
Police Powers II                                                          OEL249        $323.74                          X
PowerPoint                                                                OEL154        $252.10           X              X                   X                X                X
Principles of Ethical Reasoning                                           OEL355        $341.65                          X
Professional Pathways in Adult Literacy                                   OEL837        $359.56                          X
Provincial Offences                                                       OEL357        $359.56                          X
Psychology Introduction                                                   OEL109        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Racism and Discrimination                                                 OEL440        $341.65                          X
Reading Construction Blueprints                                           OEL664        $341.65                          X
Real Estate Practice and Procedure 1                                      OEL582        $341.65                          X
Real Estate Practice and Procedure 2                                      OEL673        $341.65                          X
Recruitment and Selection                                                 OEL735        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Roofing Inspection                                                        OEL736        $323.74                          X
RPN Oncology 4                                                           OEL1000        $341.65                          X
RPN Oncology 5                                                           OEL1001        $520.75                          X
RPN Oncology Nursing 1: Cancer and its Supportive Care                    OEL455        $341.65                          X
RPN Oncology Nursing 2: Cancer Diseases & Specific Care                   OEL555        $341.65                          X
RPN Oncology Nursing 3: Care During Trtmnt & Cmplication                  OEL556        $341.65                          X
Selling, Personal                                                        OEL1015        $359.56                          X
Setting Specific Interpreting                                             OEL790        $252.10                          X
Simply Accounting                                                         OEL198        $252.10                          X
Small Business Bookkeeping                                                OEL742        $252.10                          X
Sociology Introduction                                                    OEL127        $323.74           X              X                   X                X                X
Software Application Integration                                          OEL477        $252.10                          X
Spanish, Introductory                                                     OEL717        $252.10                          X


                                       All Ontario Learn courses can be registered through Sault College.
                  For more information course Continuing Education courses Louise Lee in Continuing Education (705)759-2554 Ext. 2417
        If you need an Ontario Learnabout ourthat is not listed, please callplease visit www.saultcollege.ca, Continuing Education.
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                                                                                                                                                                                         Aug 2 - Nov 8
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                                                                                                                                                                        Jul 4 - Oct 10
 Course Name                                                                           Code           Price
 Sports Psychology                                                                  OEL754         $323.74                            X
 Statistics                                                                         OEL176         $407.32                            X
 Strategic Leadership for Supply Chain Management                                   OEL682         $341.65                            X
 Structural Inspection                                                              OEL737         $323.74                            X
 Supervisory Skills for Business & Industry (MLCP)                                  OEL618         $401.26                            X
 Systems Analysis                                                                   OEL685         $323.74                            X
 Technical Calculus 1                                                               OEL780         $431.20                            X
 Technical Calculus II                                                             OEL1003         $341.65                            X
 Technical Communications                                                           OEL396         $359.56                            X
 Technical Mathematics                                                              OEL806         $455.08                            X
 Technical Mathematics II                                                           OEL840         $455.08                            X
 Technology: Apocalypse or Eden                                                     OEL622         $353.74                            X
 Training and Development                                                           OEL610         $490.90             X              X                   X                X
 Understanding Medical Tests for Medical Office Staff                               OEL738         $287.92                            X
 Understanding Technology                                                           OEL803         $359.56                            X
 Visual C++ 2005 Introduction                                                       OEL206         $323.74                            X
 Westerns: A Study in the Film Genre                                                OEL845         $359.56                            X
 What in the World is Going On                                                      OEL116         $323.74                            X                   X
 Wills and Estates Practice and Procedure                                           OEL609         $341.65                            X
 Windows 2003 Server                                                                OEL740         $335.68                            X
 Windows 7                                                                         OEL1006         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Windows Vista                                                                      OEL696         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Windows XP                                                                         OEL369         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Word – Expert                                                                      OEL156         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Word – Specialist                                                                  OEL657         $252.10             X              X                   X                X                X
 Workplace Communication                                                            OEL902         $333.56                            X
 Writing a Business Manual                                                          OEL380         $216.28                            X
 Writing a Business Plan                                                            OEL391         $216.28                            X
 Writing a Marketing Plan                                                           OEL392         $216.28                            X
 Writing a Proposal                                                                 OEL708         $216.28                            X
 Writing Grammatically                                                              OEL453         $359.56             X              X                   X                X                X
 Writing Sales Material                                                             OEL709         $216.28                            X
 XML – Introduction                                                                 OEL716         $323.74                            X
 Youth In Conflict – PFP                                                            OEL662         $341.65                            X




                                       All Ontario Learn courses can be registered through Sault College.
                     For more Learn course that Continuing Education call Louise Lee in Continuing Education (705)759-2554
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inDePenDent StUDY
CoUrSeS availaBle


Course Name                                                                          Code                     Price
Independent Study- No set start date
Adult Literacy Learner, Module 1                                                    TA 237                  $286.56
Advanced Foot Care II: Padding & Strapping                                        CED2146                   $249.84
Advanced Foot Care II: Scalpel & Dremel Burrs                                     CED2147                   $249.84
Airline Operations                                                                    8130                  $402.00
Airport Administration and Services                                                   8110                  $480.00
Airport Wildlife Management                                                           8115                  $375.00
Application of Teaching Techniques                                                  ED 248                  $286.56
Applied Strategies for Literacy and Numeracy Instruction                            TA 240                  $286.56
Assessing and Evaluating Literacy Learning, Module 2                                TA 238                  $286.56
Environmental Control                                                              PPE164                   $286.56
Fieldwork for Food Service Worker                                                  FSW105                   $457.75
Finishing and Converting Operations                                                PPE368                   $477.60
Flight Attendant Training                                                             8140                  $402.00
Foot Care Advanced                                                                CED1033                   $848.83
Foot Care Basic                                                                   CED1034                   $839.93
Foot Care Workshop, Diabetes                                                      CED1165                   $535.10
Foundational Strategies for Literacy & Numeracy Instruction                         TA 241                  $286.56
Health Office Fieldwork                                                            HOA107                   $480.66
Learning Disabilities and Adult Literacy                                            TA 246                  $286.56
Literary Educator Fieldwork Placement                                               TA 244                  $358.20
Making It Work: Workplace Basics for Adult Educators                                TA 242                  $286.56
Paper Manufacture                                                                  PPE110                   $382.08
Paper Quality                                                                      PPE166                   $286.56
Planning for Literacy Learning, Module 3                                            TA 239                  $286.56
Planning Programs for Employment Outcomes                                           TA 245                  $286.56
Professional Pathways in Adult Literacy                                             TA 243                  $286.56
Pulp and Paper Industry Overview                                                   PPE150                   $286.56
Pulp and Paper Science                                                             PPE157                   $382.08
Pulp and Paper Testing, Intro to                                                   PPE121                   $382.08
Raw Materials and Chemical Pulping Processes                                       PPE156                   $477.60
Raw Materials and Mechanical Pulping Processes                                     PPE112                   $477.60
Screening, Cleaning and Bleaching - Chemical Pulps                                 PPE123                   $382.08
Screening, Cleaning and Bleaching - Mechanical Pulps                               PPE122                   $382.08




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                          SUmmER daY
                          camPS 2011
 Sault College in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie YMCa has Summer Day Camps available
 for youth ages 4 to 16. Summer Day Camps available during the summer of 2011 at Sault
 College include the following, all of which run from 9 am to 4 pm with extended-care available
 before and after the camps:




                                                                                                                                                                AUGUST 15-19


                                                                                                                                                                               AUGUST 22-26
                                                                                                                                                  AUGUST 8-12
                                                                                                                                     AUGUST 2-5
                                                                                                           JULY 18-22


                                                                                                                        JULY 25-29
                                                                                              JULY 11-15
                                                                                   JULY 4-8




                                                       YMCA           PUBLIC
                                                      MEMBER           FEE
 CAMP NAME                              AGE             FEE

 Junior CSI Camp                        6-9 yrs.         $131          $170          X                        X                         X                           X
 Junior Science and Enviro Camp         6-9 yrs.         $131          $170          X                                    X             X             X                            X
 Design and Build Camp                  6-9 yrs.         $147          $191          X                        X                         X                           X
 Bike & Hike Camp                      8-11 yrs.         $131          $170                     X                         X                           X                            X
 Chef Training Camp                    8-14 yrs.         $210          $273          X          X             X           X             X             X             X              X
 CSI Camp                              9-14 yrs.         $131          $170                     X                         X                           X                            X
 Urban Adventure Sports                9-14 yrs.         $131          $170          X                        X                         X                           X
 Learning Leaders Program             10-14 yrs.         $131          $170                     X                                       X
 Science and Enviro Camp              10-14 yrs.         $131          $170                     X             X                                                     X
 Art Experience                       10-14 yrs.         $147          $191          X                        X                         X
 Computer Gaming                      10-14 yrs.         $147          $191                     X                         X
 Engineering Technology               10-14 yrs.         $147          $191                     X                         X                           X
 Flight School                        10-14 yrs.         $210          $273                                                                           X             X              X
 Babysitter Training                  11-14 yrs.         $131          $170          X                                                                                             X
 Counsellor in Training Program       12-16 yrs.      $248 +HST     $320+HST                                  X                                       X


 imPoRTanT REgiSTRaTion inFoRmaTion
 To Register and For More Information please contact the Sault Ste. Marie YMCA:
 Call: 705-949-3133; in person at the YMCA (235 McNabb St.); or register online at www.sault.ymca.ca.


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General
                                                                                Course Cancellations
                                                                                The College reserves the right to cancel, combine, or postpone
                                                                                classes and to limit registration or change instructors. Should your

Information                                                                     course be cancelled, you may transfer to another course or you will
                                                                                automatically receive a full refund in the mail from the accounting
                                                                                office. Course cancellations are determined one week prior to the
                                                                                first day of class. Every attempt will be made to let you know if your
                                                                                class is cancelled or changed. Remember that early registration
Change of Address/Phone Number                                                  helps to ensure that classes will not be cancelled.
We encourage you to use the student portal to update your
information. You may also choose to update your information with                Need a Part-time Certificate/Transfer Credit Evaluation?
the Registrar’s Office in person or by fax at 705.759-3273.                     If you would like to apply for a certificate upon completion of your
                                                                                part-time studies, you must submit a completed application form to
Course Fees                                                                     the Registrar’s Office and pay a $34.00 certificate-processing fee. If
Fees must be paid at time of registration. All applicable courses               you would like courses from another institution assessed, a $50 fee
include HST.                                                                    may be applicable per assessment. Please contact the Registrar’s
                                                                                Office for more information.
Senior Rates
Seniors 60 year’s young or over pay 50% of the tuition fee plus any             Textbooks and Supplies
other fees and supply costs. Supplies are not discounted. You must              Some courses offered this term include the textbook and/or
identify yourself as a senior at the time of registration to qualify for        manual in the course fee. This will be clearly noted with the course
the discount. Watch for notices of courses that are full fee (FF), as           information in this brochure. All other textbooks, manuals and
those courses are not eligible for senior discounts.                            supplies can be purchased from the Campus Shop. The Campus
                                                                                Shop will be open Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm during the
Prerequisites                                                                   months of April and May. In June, July and August, the hours will be
A prerequisite is a course (or other qualification) required as                 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
preparation for entry to another course. It is the student’s
responsibility to ensure that all prerequisites are met before                  You can reach the Campus Shop by calling, 705-759-2554, Ext. 2596
registering for a course or workshop.                                           or 2595 or by fax at 705-256-2523. Please have your credit card
                                                                                information ready when placing your order.
Grade Reports, Transcripts and Tax Receipts
You can view your grade(s), transcripts and tax receipts at                     You may purchase your books online at www.efollett.com.
my.saultcollege.ca (student portal). Copies of official transcripts
necessary for application to an institution or for third party use can          Note: The Campus Shop does not take personal cheques. Payment
be requested through my.saultcollege.ca. If you are experiencing                may be made by Visa, MasterCard, money orders, and debit card.
difficulty accessing my.saultcollege.ca, please use Firefox internet            Letters from sponsoring agencies declaring their intent to pay for
browser.                                                                        materials on behalf of the student are also accepted.

                                                                                Requests for refunds for textbooks will be accepted up until seven
                                                                                days from the receipt date of the books. No refunds will be given for
ClaSSroom learninG information                                                  books and supplies that are opened or written in.
                                                                                To receive a refund for a Distance Education manual/textbook,
Who May Enrol?                                                                  materials must be unopened, unmarked and returned on or before
Participants in Continuing Education credit or credit-related courses           the third scheduled class. Refunds will not be processed without the
must hold at least an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or the                   packing slip or receipt. Return materials directly to the Campus Shop,
equivalent, or be a mature student (at least 19 years of age on or              Sault College, 443 Northern Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5L3.
before the date of enrolment).
                                                                                Food Services
Wait Lists                                                                      During the spring/summer semester, the Cafeteria will be open
Students wishing to register for courses that are full will be placed           Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 2:00 pm. Vending machines are also
on a wait list. The College will notify those students should any               available throughout the College.
vacancies occur in their courses or if the demand warrants an
additional course offering.                                                     Library Service
                                                                                Persons enrolled in Continuing Education courses, after receiving
Course Refunds, Withdrawals and Transfers                                       a student card, have full library privileges at Sault College during
To withdraw from a course, you must let the Registrar’s Office                  the day as well as in the evening until their course is finished.
know before the second scheduled class. A refund (less a $15                    The Library hours from January 3 to May 1, 2011 are: Monday to
Administration Fee) will ONLY be issued for a withdrawal request                Thursday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm, Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Saturday
made BEFORE THE SECOND SCHEDULED CLASS. If the course                           12:00 pm to 5:00 pm and Sunday 11:00 am to 9:00 pm. May 2 to
has only one class, the withdrawal request must be made prior to the            May 22, library hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. May
beginning of that scheduled class to be eligible for a refund. Refunds          23 to August 21, library hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.
will be issued in the form of a cheque from the Accounting Office
regardless of method of payment. You may transfer to another class              To learn about remote access to the library, please visit the library
if space is available, before the second scheduled class is held in             page at www.saultcollege.ca.
both the course you are transferring out of and the one you are being
transferred into.




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                                                                                 the ability to access the Internet and perform email functions. You will
 Parking                                                                         require at least the following:
 Parking is free after 5 pm from Monday to Friday and throughout                  • Regular access to a computer with an Internet connection and
 the weekend. Please use on-campus parking facilities. The parking                  Web access for the duration of your course. A Macintosh or PC
 gates are raised for evening and weekend classes. In the interest                  system with at least a Pentium II 400 MHz/ G3 processor is
 of our neighbours’ safety and convenience, we request that you not                 required as is a reasonably up-to-date Operating System such as
 park on nearby streets. Students attending daytime workshops                       Windows 2000 (or above) or Mac OS 9x, and 128 MB of RAM.
 are required to park in our J WING Student Lot, off Northern                     • High speed is recommended for the ideal learning experience.
 Avenue. A $2.00 parking fee will apply upon entrance.                              However, for the patient learner, a 56k Dial Up connection will
                                                                                    work. Cable or DSL connections will also work. Courses delivered
 In the event of accident or injury                                                 on the Blackboard platform are best viewed via high-speed
 Sault College will not be responsible for any claims of damage                     internet access.
 arising from any accident or injury that is caused by or arises from             • Students must access and use their own internet account to
 your participation during any course or in any facility or at any                  connect to their online courses. An internet account with an
 location where a course is held.                                                   Internet Service Provider (ISP) providing SLIP/PPP connections is
                                                                                    required (freenet accounts will not work).
 Special Needs Students                                                           • A graphical browser such as Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or
                                                                                    better), or Firefox is required. In some instances, it may be
 In order to respond to the requirements of all learners, we ask that               necessary for some users to upgrade their web browser programs.
 those with special needs to let the Disability Services Office know at             Technical assistance is available.
 705-759-2554, Ext. 2703, before to the start date of the course.                 • Depending on the platform system being used, you may be
                                                                                    assigned an email account that is accessed within your course or
                                                                                    you may be required to use your personal email account.
 online learninG information                                                      • Software: Some courses will require specific software such as
                                                                                    computer application courses (i.e. if you are taking a course
 Taking courses offered over the Internet provides an excellent                     on Microsoft Word 2007, you should already have Microsoft
 opportunity to acquire the training you need at a time that is                     Word 2007 on your computer). College computers may be used
 convenient to your lifestyle. Sault College has collaborated with 22               to access your course and transmission of assignments and
 other Ontario Colleges to develop over 900 courses in a wide range                 information. Software cannot be installed on any college computer
 of disciplines.                                                                    for any course. Computers at the college are located in the student
 The listings in this book represent a selection of courses that are part           work room E2120, Student Services (E-Wing) and the Library.
 of our certificate/diplomas.
                                                                                 What happens after I register?
 Visit www.ontariolearn.com for a complete listing of online courses.            Your account will be activated the day your course starts. If you
 You can register at Sault College for all OntarioLearn.com courses.             register on or after the course start date, please allow up to 72 hours
                                                                                 to activate your account. As soon as possible, order your textbooks!
 The majority of courses listed at www.ontariolearn.com are college              Once you have entered your course, it is strongly advised that you
 courses that contain assignment due dates, a midterm and a final                work through any tutorial or learning modules that are available
 exam. If you enrol in an online course, please login early to avoid             so that you will get comfortable with your learning platform. Pay
 disappointment, as your first assignment may be due within the                  particular attention to assignment due dates and any chat schedules
 first week of the official start date of the course. If you would like          that may be posted. Review the Course Login Instructions at
 to register for a course that is not listed in this booklet, please             www.saultcollege.ca, distance education. Click on OntarioLearn
 contact the OntarioLearn Coordinator at 705-759-2554, Ext. 2417 or              Instructions and FAQ” to see how you access your course and to get
 ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca. The course will be added and you may              your username and password.
 register within three business days.
                                                                                 How do I order my textbook?
 Register before May 13 and then on May 13 go to www.saultcollege.               To see if your online course requires a textbook, go to www.textnet.
 ca, distance education. Click on “OntarioLearn Instructions and FAQ”            ca, click on the All Courses drop-down box and find your course. If
 to see how you access your course and to get your username and                  the course is not there, then no book is required, unless otherwise
 password. Some courses will start April 1, June 1, July 4 or August 2.          specified in the course information within this book or our website.
                                                                                 You can pay by credit card, cheque or COD. You may also order by
 What computer software and hardware do I need to participate in an              telephone toll-free to 1-877-289-1151.
 online course?
                                                                                 What is a platform?
 To take an online course, you should have basic computer skills and             A platform is similar to a desktop on your computer. It is the
                                                                                 foundation upon which your course is written. Each platform is quite
                                                                                 unique. It is important that you access tutorials and guides available
                                                                                 in your platform. Courses are written in Angel, Blackboard, Moodle
    Visit www.ontariolearn.com                                                   and FirstClass platforms. It is recommended that high-speed internet
                                                                                 be used to access Blackboard.
   for a complete listing of online                                              What is Embanet?

     courses. You can register                                                   The Embanet Corporation provides the servers that hold all
                                                                                 OntarioLearn.com courses. After you register, your name and course
                                                                                 information are forwarded to Embanet and an account is created
       at Sault College for all                                                  for you to access your courses. They also provide a 24-hour, seven
                                                                                 day a week help desk (North America only). For technical support,
    OntarioLearn.com courses.                                                    contact 1-800-695-5008 or www.ontariolearn.com/help.




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What do the course hours that are stated mean?                                  I¹m a first time online learner, what help is available for me?
THIS IS NOT the number of hours that you will be online. This is                Feel free to attend our optional Information Session! The session
a reference point for you to determine the weight of the course.                is available on Wednesday May 11, 6pm – 7pm in room B1025. If
Courses that are developed online are often also taught in a                    you would like to attend a session, please contact the OntarioLearn
classroom setting. The hours listed are a guideline for you only. If            Coordinator at Ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca or at 705-759-2554,
this course were in a classroom, this would represent the number of             Ext. 2417 to confirm a seat.
hours you would ATTEND. If a course were 42 hours in length the
class would likely meet 3 hours per week for 14 weeks. Usually, you             Independent Study Information
can estimate about 2 hours of homework for every hour of class time.            Sault College offers a number of courses and certificate programs on
                                                                                an Independent Study basis. With this learning method, you can start
Do I login at certain times?                                                    anytime. Upon registration, a facilitator will be assigned to you for the
You may login whenever you wish. The server functions 24 hours                  duration of your course. This mode of learning is truly independent
a day. Check for instructions in your course to see if a specific               and requires that you be very self-motivated and disciplined. It is
schedule has been set for online chats. You communicate with your               advisable to set aside specific times for study and assignments
instructor online.                                                              weekly. Many students have found that having a mentor available,
                                                                                someone with whom you can discuss concepts and course material,
What do I do if I am having difficulty?                                         is a great benefit to their learning experience. Independent Study is
Get help immediately! If you are having technical difficulties,                 print-based for the most part. Assignments and exams are returned
remember to contact the 24-hour, seven days a week help desk                    through the mail or by email. The advantage of this type of learning
immediately at 1-800-695-5008 or online at www.ontariolearn.com/                method is that you can set your own schedule and select your own
help. If you are having difficulties with your course content, contact          place of study. Courses are set up for 16 weeks in duration. The
your instructor as soon as possible!                                            schedule for your assignments, tests, or exams will be determined in
                                                                                consultation with your facilitator.
How do I identify myself with a learning accommodation?
Contact the OntarioLearn Coordinator at 705-759-2554, Ext. 2417                 When can I register for an Independent Study course?
or email ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca immediately if you have a                 You can register at any time by calling 705-759-6700 (option #3)
documented learning accommodation.                                              or toll free 1-800-461-2260. If you wish to fill in a registration form,
                                                                                please see the back of the book. You can fax it to 705-759-3273 or
Who do I contact at Sault College if I have problems that cannot                mail it to the address on the form. Please include your email address
be worked out with my instructor?                                               on the form.
Contact the OntarioLearn Coordinator at 705-759-2554, Ext. 2417 or
email ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca.                                             How soon after registering can I expect to start my course?
                                                                                Approximately three weeks after Sault College receives your
Can I withdraw from a course? Can I transfer to a different                     registration, you will receive, by mail or email, the name of the
course?                                                                         facilitator assigned to you and instructions on how to contact your
You may register for or transfer into any course before noon on May             facilitator.
20, provided there is room. Courses begin on May 13 so you would
need to catch up on the first week of studies. You may withdraw                 How do I get my course material?
from any course until May 27 at 4 pm and receive a full refund less             Your course material must be ordered from the Campus Shop by
a $15.00 administration fee. After May 27, there are no refunds                 email at 0929mgr@fheg.follett.com, by phone at 705-759-2554, Ext.
available. Please notify the Registrar¹s Office at 705-759-6700                 2596, or by fax at 705-256-2523 using the Book Order form found at
(option #3) if you choose to withdraw or transfer.                              the end of the guide.

What if my course is cancelled?                                                 The material is listed for each course in the course offerings section.
A full refund will be issued if the course is cancelled.                        The course material must be paid independently of the course fee
                                                                                unless otherwise stated. You can also access a Book Order form
Does my course have an exam?                                                    online at www.saultcollege.ca, distance education. The Campus
                                                                                Shop will send your course materials via Purolator if you have a
Some courses have mid-term exams and/or final exams. Your course                street address. If you have a P.O. Box address, the Campus Shop
schedule and course outline should tell you. If it does not, contact            will contact you with further instructions. All prices quoted are subject
your instructor. Exams may be online or paper-based. If your course             to change.
has a final exam, please email the OntarioLearn Coordinator at                  If your material arrives damaged or incomplete, please contact the
ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca or telephone at 705-759-2554 Ext 2417              Campus Shop within two days of receipt of the material. To receive
to schedule a time to write your final exam. Final exams are written at         a refund for a manual/textbook, materials must be unopened,
the Sault College Testing Centre, E1101.                                        unmarked and returned within five days of receipt of the material.
                                                                                Refunds will not be processed without the packing slip or receipt.
What if the course requires Lab Work? Fieldwork? Clinical                       Return materials directly to the Campus Shop, Sault College, 443
Practicum?                                                                      Northern Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5L3.
If your course requires lab work, fieldwork or a clinical practicum, we
would be happy to work with you to explain how you can set this up.
Contact the OntarioLearn Coordinator at 705-759-2554, Ext. 2417 or
email ontariolearn@saultcollege.ca.

What is the end date for this course? What happens at
that time?
The end date for this semester is August 19. Important deadlines are
also noted on our web site: www.saultcollege.ca, distance education.
At the end of that day, access to the server and your course will be
unavailable.




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 How do I receive and send materials?                                            The material is listed for each course in the course offerings section.
 You and your facilitator will discuss receipt of your assignments and           The course material must be paid independently of the course fee
 exams.                                                                          unless otherwise stated. You can also access a Book Order form
 You may send your work via email or by post, depending upon your                online at www.saultcollege.ca, distance education. The Campus
 location and computer access.                                                   Shop will send your course materials via Purolator if you have a
                                                                                 street address. If you have a P.O. Box address, the Campus Shop
 How much help can I expect from my course facilitator?                          will contact you with further instructions. All prices quoted are subject
 Upon receipt of your materials, you will be asked to contact your               to change.
 facilitator to indicate that you have your materials to start your              It may take up to three weeks to receive your material. Courses
 course. At that time, you and your facilitator will discuss course              where the material is included in the fee are indicated. If your
 requirements and evaluation details. Feedback from your facilitator             material arrives damaged or incomplete, please contact the Campus
 is generally given when assignments are returned. However, some                 Shop within two days of receipt of the material. To receive a refund
 facilitators encourage email or telephone contact if a student is               for a manual/textbook, materials must be unopened, unmarked and
 having difficulty. If you are having difficulty with the course content, it     returned within seven days of receipt of the material. Refunds will not
 may be advisable to engage the services of a tutor.                             be processed without the packing slip or receipt. Return materials
                                                                                 directly to the Campus Shop, Sault College, 443 Northern Avenue,
 How long can I take to complete a course?                                       Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5L3.
 You have sixteen weeks from the start date which is indicated on
 your receipt. Extensions will be granted at the discretion of your              Can I withdraw from the course? Transfer?
 facilitator.                                                                    To withdraw or transfer from a course, you must notify the Registrar’s
                                                                                 Office 705-759-6700 (option #3) before the second scheduled class.
 If my course has an exam, how do I set that up?                                 A refund (less a $15 administration fee) will ONLY be issued for a
 Your facilitator will advise you about tests and exams required for             withdrawal request made prior to the second scheduled class.
 your course. If you reside outside of Sault Ste. Marie you will need
 to identify an exam proctor approved by your facilitator. When                  Where do I find a Contact North site in my area?
 you have done this, you will be required to notify your facilitator of          To find a location near you, visit the Contact North web site at www.
 the following: name and occupation of the proctor, location of the              contactnorth.ca.
 university/college/library where the exam will be written, fax number
 or address (to direct the exam), and date and start time of the exam.
 Your facilitator will then forward the exam to the proctor at the
 agreed time.                                                                    SaUlt ColleGe StUDent Portal
 Can I withdraw from the course? Transfer?                                       You are required to log into your student portal IMMEDIATELY
 You have one week after your course start date to withdraw and                  following registration in order to prevent your account from expiring.
 receive a full refund less a $15.00 administration fee. Please notify           You will need to access your account at the end of your course
 the Registrar’s Office at 705-759-6700 (option #3) if you choose to             to access your grades and your tax receipt. GRADES AND TAX
 withdraw or transfer.                                                           RECEIPTS WILL NO LONGER BE MAILED OUT!

                                                                                 How to Login:
 ContaCt nortH information                                                       • Using your internet browser go to https://mysaultcollege.ca
                                                                                 • Read the important information on the Welcome page in case you
 Sault College, through its partnership with Contact North, offers a               should encounter any problems
 number of popular courses. This learning method requires that you               • Enter your username (student number) and your password
 attend an “electronic classroom” at a specific time in a community                (welcome+postal code, for example welcomep6a5l3)
 with a Contact North site. Visit www.contactnorth.ca for a list of
                                                                                 • Your student number can be located on your payment receipt and is
 locations.
                                                                                   labelled on the receipt as Identifier
 Courses are offered by audio conferencing, video conferencing and               • You should change your password the first time you login. You can
 e-learning technologies that link the instructor and other students at            do so by clicking on the My Accounts Tab and filling out the required
 various locations throughout Northern Ontario. This learning mode is              fields. You are required to change your password every 150 days to
 suitable for those who require structure and enjoy group learning                 keep it active
 At Sault College, the Contact North site is located in Room G1080,              • If you are a returning to Sault College student, your password will
 phone: 705-942-3425.                                                              be what you had previously set it to
  Note: Courses offered on the Network may not necessarily be                    • If you have forgotten your password, please contact the IT helpdesk
 available in your community.                                                      at helpdesk@saultcollege.ca or 705-759-2554 ext 2504.

 When can I register for a Contact North course?                                 Accessing Grades:
 These courses have scheduled classroom meetings. There are                       • Once you are logged into your student portal, click on the My
 specific start and end dates each term. To avoid disappointment,                   Records tab
 please register early. If we do not have enough enrolment, the course            • On the right hand side, you will see a column “Academic”, click on
 may be cancelled. Courses are listed in the course offering section                Grades to see any current grades or click on Unofficial Transcript
 by subject area.                                                                   to see any past grades

 How and when do I get my textbook and course materials?                         Accessing Tax Receipts:
 Your course material must be ordered as soon as you register for                 • Once you are logged into your student portal, click on the My
 your course from the Campus Shop; by email at 0929mgr@fheg.                        Records tab
 follett.com, or by phone at 705-759-2554, Ext. 2596, or by fax at 705-           • Under the column “Financial” you will see Income Tax T2202A,
 256-2523 using the Book Order Form found at the end of the guide.                  by clicking on this link you will be able to access your tax receipts



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Contract Training                                                              Examples of various Contract Training Courses: Safe Food Handlers;
                                                                               Computer Application Courses; Welding Certification; Personal
                                                                               Support Worker Program, Workplace Productivity, Leadership,
                                                                               Statistics, Solving Workplace Problems and Business Management.
The Contract Training unit at Sault College plays a vital role in
meeting the training needs of business and industry. Highly qualified          Some of What We Can Provide:
training consultants work closely with employers in all sectors of
the local economy to identify training requirements and design and             · Training Needs Analysis for Companies and Organizations
deliver quality training programs, courses and workshops. Our staff            · Customized courses for all sectors of the economy
also maintains frequent communication with government ministries               · Certification training and testing
and departments and local economic development groups to ensure
that labour market and training information is current and relevant.           · Conferences, seminars and workshops
Sault College has extensive expertise in the design, development               · Partnership development for training delivery
and delivery of customized training to meet the needs of employers,            · Training brokerage with professional associations and accrediting
groups and associations. There is a high degree of flexibility in how            institutes
and where the training is delivered.
                                                                               · Distance delivery and alternative learning methods

To inquire about contract training contact Ted Newbery at 705.759.2554 ext:2448
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     5
                                                                                     Registration
                                                                                     begins Monday
                                                                                     March 28, 2011
                                                                                     R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M N E X T PA G E




        convenient ways to register…
           1. REGISTER BY PHONE
              CALL: 705-759-6700 AND PRESS OPTION 3.
               When:    Beginning March 28, 2011; Monday to Friday 8 am to 4:30 pm.
               Payment: VISA or MasterCard
               Tip:     Have your credit card handy.


           2. REGISTER IN PERSON
               Visit:   Registrar’s Office, A-Wing Main Entrance 443 Northern Avenue.
               When:    Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4:30 pm.
               Payment: Cheque, money order, VISA, MasterCard, cash or debit card.


           3. REGISTER BY FAX
               Fax:           705-759-3273
               When:          24 hours a day!
               Payment:       VISA or MasterCard
               Tip:           Complete the registration form on page 51. Include Credit Card number and expiry


           4. REGISTER BY MAIL
               Mail to: Sault College
                        443 Northern Avenue
                        Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5L3
               Payment: Cheque, Money Order, VISA or MasterCard. Include registration form.


           5. BY SPONSORSHIP
               How:     Have your sponsor fax or mail a registration form along with a letter of sponsorship.
               Payment: College will invoice your employer/agency or use a Corporate VISA or MasterCard.




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                     SAULT COLLEGE CAMPUS SHOP – BOOK ORDER FORM
                                                        (705) 759-2554, EXT. 2596

  Please print
  Student Number                                                Course

  Student Name

  Mailing Address


  City                                                                                Province                                              Postal Code

                   (Note: Purolator cannot deliver to a P.O. Box. You will be contacted with instructions)

  Phone Number: Home (                  )                                                  Business (           )

  Method of Payment: q Mastercard – Expiry Date

                             q Visa – Expiry Date
  	                          q Money Order payable to the Sault College Campus Shop.
                                   (your receipt will accompany your order)

                             **If course materials are paid for by sponsorship please check here q		
  	                          	 and include a copy of the sponsorship letter.

  Please check the course materials needed.
  q Textbook          q Manual                  q Other
  Shipping and Handling are extra.

  Return Policy
  Returns must be made within seven days of receipt. All returns must accompany the original sales receipt
  and packages must not be opened.


  Upon registering for your course you have four options to order your material. Please allow at least a week for your
  order to be processed.

         1.   Mail this Book Order Form directly to:
              Sault College Campus shop
              443 Northern Avenue
              Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5L3

         2.   Fax this form to (705) 256-2523
         3.   Call the Campus Shop at (705) 759-2554, Ext. 2596

         4.   Visit the website for easy ordering at www.efollett.com


  FOR OFFICE USE ONLY


  Order Date                                       Date Received                                           Date Sent

  Notes:



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Index
Advanced Foot Care II: Padding & Strapping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21                     Club Series - Learn to Play Bridge! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32


Advanced Foot Care II: Scalpel & Dremel Burrs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21                       Compensation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12


Advanced Medical Transcription. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15             Computer Maintenance and Repair Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


Advanced Teaching Online. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23           Computerized Accounting Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18


Air Brake Z Endorsement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21         CPR Level C for HCP Recertification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


Appetizers for 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25   Decks, Docks, Fences and Walkways . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


Attachment Parenting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32      Designing Online Instruction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


ATV Rider Safety Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30         Designing Your Own Jewellery Advanced . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


Automotive Electronics: Do It Yourself . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28              Designing Your Own Jewellery Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


Beginner Bootcamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26       Digital Brochures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Bootcamp, Outdoor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26       Digital Photography Basic Level. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34


Being A Landlord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29    Digital Scrapbooking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34


Better Photography With Your Digital Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34                     Dog Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


Better Photography with your Digital Camera Part 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34                        Eating Healthy on a Budget for Seniors/Retirees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32


Bicycle Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30      Electrical Code Book Review . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22


Body Structure and Function I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16           eMarketing Essentials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Boosting Your Web Site Traffic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23          Entrepreneur Boot Camp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Building Online Learning Communities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                  Everyday Mexican . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


Business Research Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23           Extraordinary Customer Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Business Writing Strategies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8        Fall Arrest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22


Calligraphy The Art of Beautiful Penmanship, intro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25                      Fieldwork for Food Service Worker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9


Canadian Fire Arms Safety Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30                Fly Fishing for Beginners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31


Canadian Fire Arms Safety Course Restricted. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30                      Foot Care Advanced. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20


Certified Online Teacher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23      Foot Care Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20


Chainsaw Safety Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30          Foot Care Workshop, Diabetes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21


Chainsaw Sharpening Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30                Forgiveness - Letting it Go . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32




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 Forklift Operator Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22         Learn to Meditate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

 Forklift Operator Training Recertification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22                 M2 Exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

 French Introduction - Level II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10           Map and Compass with GPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

 Gender in the Classroom K-12 Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                      Marketing Using Social Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

 Generational Communication Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                     Massage for Partners and Pairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33

 Green Buildings and LEED Rating System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                         Medical Terminology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 15

 Green Workplace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23        Medical Transcription, Beginning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

 Health Office Fieldwork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11          Medical Transcription Styles and Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

 Healthy Body Weights for Children and Teenagers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33                            Mentoring and Coaching in the Workplace. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

 Healthy Eating on a Budget . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20             Mommy and Baby Bootcamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

 Home and Cottage Wiring II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29             Motorcycle Training: Basic (Gearing Up Program) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

 Home Maintenance - Exterior. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29               MS Office 2007 Access Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

 How To Start A Small Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15                MS Office 2007 Excel Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

 Human Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13        MS Office 2007 Word Level 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

 Hunter Safety and PAL Course. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30                MS Office for the Office Employee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

 IM Injection Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21          MS PowerPoint Level 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

 Improving Email Promotions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23              MS Word Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

 Integrating Social Media in Your Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                      N95 Mask Fit Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

 Introduction to Chinese Cuisine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25              Nutrition II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

 Introduction to Portuguese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29           Occupational Health and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

 Introduction to Prospecting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31           Online Advertising. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

 Introduction to Social Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23           Online Learning and Teaching for K-12 Teachers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

 IV Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21   Ozone Depletion Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22

 Labour Industrial Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12            Patient Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

 Latin Aerobics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26   Photoshop for Digital Photography Using Mac’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

 Leadership and Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8




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Piloga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26   Social Ballroom Dancing - A Refresher . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


Pregnancy, Birth and the Postpartum Period . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33                           Social Ballroom Dancing Continued . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27


Project Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13               Social Media for Business Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Project Quality Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18                   Solar PV 101 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


PSW Practicum I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17            Spirituality and End-of-Life-Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21


Racewalk - Be Fit and Be Fast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26                  Standard First Aid/CPR HCP with AED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28


Racism and Discrimination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7               Standard First Aid/CPR Level C with AED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28


Relax Those Tired Feet! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33              Supervisory and Leadership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Release Your Stress with Massage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33                       Taxation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18


Religious Beliefs – Traditions and Customs of Death. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7                              The Handywoman - Do It For Yourself . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


Rock Climbing I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31          Upholstery, Basic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25


Rock Climbing II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31         Virtual Meeting Planner Certificate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23


Role of Food Service Worker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9                 Web Site Design. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


Safe Food Handler’s Certification Course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28                         Web-Based Marking for Artists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24


Sanitation and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9           WHMIS in Minutes Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28


Screen Play Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25            Wills and Power of Attorney . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29


Sculpt and Tone Belly Dance 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26                   Woodcarving for Beginners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26


Sculpt and Tone Belly Dance Continued . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26                          Woodcarving for Beyond Beginners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26


Seminars for the Office Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19                  Workplace Communication. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9. 11, 16


So You Want To Be A Poet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34                 Writing the Self - Creative Writing for Self Development . . . . . . . . . . . 34


Social Ballroom Dancing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27                Your Company, Your Employees, and the Law. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23




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      You will change with your education, and we are changing,                 Our wind turbine, renewable energy training facility and
      too. Our campus has impressive state-of-the-art facilities                remote controlled water treatment plant are only a few
      that we are expanding to stay on the leading edge of                      of the countless unique learning spaces on campus. In
      innovation.                                                               the spring of 2011, two brand new buildings will also be
      From aviation simulators that mimic flight in our planes to               complete, enhancing your overall learning in this new era of
      life-sized health simulators that do everything from breathe              information and ideas.
      to have babies, you will find our advanced learning spaces                Look no further if you want to see excellence at its best
      and applications transforming right before your very eyes.                    reflected in your area of study...because the same
                                                                                     transformation that is happening in your own life when
                                                                                     you return to College is reflected all around you on our
                                                                                     campus here at Sault College.
                                                                                       Can’t wait to see you in 2011: when your future meets
                                                                                       our destiny.




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 Visit www.ontariolearn.com for a complete listing of over 900 online courses.
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