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The course emphasizes the practical approach to the study of aggregate concepts in economics. Topics include national income, money and banking, fiscal policy, monetary policy, inflation, employment, international trade and public policy.

Introduction to the workings of financial markets with special attention to the role of money and financial institutions such as banks, functioning of the financial system; money and what it does to financial instruments and their characteristics; consumer choices among financial instruments; what determines interest rates; role of financial...

Credits:
3.0

This course will consider the role of natural resources in the BC economy. The economics of the province’s major natural resources and the design of policies for their use will be analyzed. Topics include; overview of the BC economy; natural resources and the economy - macro and micro perspectives; examination of resource sectors; forests,...

Credits:
3.0

The learners in this course will meet learning outcomes by completing projects that pertain to their lives. Learners will need to be willing to look at their lives and lifestyles critically and be motivated to make adjustments in order to achieve their objectives. All learners are encouraged to use a variety of methods to attain information...

Education and Career Planning is a course designed to help students with employability readiness and life skills. The course focuses on a range of core skills that will assist students in preparing for entering (or re-entering) employment as well as planning for educational goals within a changing and diverse world. The course is designed...

Education 101 is intended to provide students with an understanding of the basic issues facing elementary and secondary teachers in Canadian schools. The topics to be covered include social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development; classroom management; social and economic issues; gender; multiculturalism; teacher expectations, and...

Credits:
3.0

Improve your career prospects by learning how to develop powerful written documents that draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue to the end. If you communicate with others in writing, you need this course to help you identify and eliminate problem areas. By the end of this course, you'll know the secret to developing powerful...

Times:
  • Self-paced

This course is based on recognizing different communication styles and provides tools and strategies for leaders to more effectively communicate with others. If a manager does not get the expected results from others, a critical analysis should reveal the following:
• Is the right message being conveyed?
• Do others understand the...

Times:
  • TER Nov 15 (2018) 9am-4pm

Learners will gain experience in identifying both traditional and non-traditional employment opportunities and employ strategies in finding appropriate potential work places to suit their specific situation.

This course focuses on basic reading and writing skills. Topics include reading comprehension, word analysis, dictionary use, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation, sentence structure, library skills, study skills, computer keyboarding and word processing. Students will use the writing process to write paragraphs, summaries, letters, and messages...

The Fundamental English 021 course is designed to help adults develop basic personal English skills. The course promotes an advancement of literacy with focus on sound and letter patterns; developing sight, personal and functional reading vocabulary; reading stories and practicing beginning sentence writing. The course will cover listening and...

The Fundamental English 022 course is designed to help adults develop the skills to read basic English passages and write complete simple sentences as assigned. The course promotes continued advancement of literacy with focus on expanding vocabulary, developing reading fluency, giving opinions about readings, brainstorming to generate ideas and...

The Fundamental English 023 course is designed to help adults promote literacy skills in reading by developing purposeful reading strategies, using context clues and employing critical thinking skills. Writing literacy is developed through using basic paragraph format and practicing strategies to learn new words. The course will cover reading,...

The Fundamental English 024 course focuses on developing reading and writing, as well as skills and strategies for learning, in preparation for Fundamental English 025. The course will cover listening and speaking skills, reading and writing skills, as well as important life-long learning and study skills. Students will use the writing process...

The Fundamental English 025 course focuses on developing reading and writing, as well as skills and strategies for learning, in preparation for Fundamental English 026. The course will cover listening and speaking skills, reading and writing skills, as well as important life-long learning and study skills. Students will use the writing process...

The Fundamental English 026 course focuses on developing reading and writing, as well as skills and strategies for learning, in preparation for careers and further education. The course will cover listening and speaking skills, reading and writing skills, as well as important life-long learning and study skills. Students will use the writing...

Credits:
2.5

This Intermediate Level English course focuses on developing reading, writing and communication skills in preparation for career, academic and personal purposes. Fiction and non-fiction reading materials and a variety of media are used to develop comprehensive and critical thinking skills. Writing assignments include paragraphs, summaries,...

Credits:
4.0

This intermediate level English course focuses on developing reading, writing and communication skills for students in the first year of the Culinary Arts program. Non-fiction reading materials and a variety of media are used to develop comprehension and critical thinking skills. Students will use the writing process to write paragraphs,...

Credits:
2.5

Students will develop reading and writing skills to prepare for further university and career courses. The course will focus on essay and report writing using various types of development including cause and effect, process, definition, description, comparison and contrast, narration and research, media studies and some business writing are...

Credits:
4.0

This course is intended for students who require a provincial level (grade 12) standing in English. There are two main sections to this course: An Introduction to Canadian Literature and Research Paper Writing. Through a study of Canadian literature, students will learn the major characteristics of short stories, novels, poems and plays and...

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