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An examination of the behaviour of people in organizations and small groups. The focus of attention will be on communications, motivation, leadership, group processes, structure, organization change, conflict, power and authority. 

This course studies the history and present system of trade unionism, collective bargaining, contract interpretation and labour relations law. This course is intended to be practical so the latter half of the course is dedicated to cases and a major contract negotiation simulation.

The intent of this course is to provide an overview of human resource management in an organizational setting. Specific areas to be addressed include: human behaviour in organizations, personnel planning, job analysis and evaluation, staff recruitment and development, performance evaluation, compensation administration and fringe benefits.

The intent of this course is to provide an overview of human resource management in an organizational setting. Specific areas to be addressed include: human behaviour in organizations, personnel planning, job analysis and evaluation, staff recruitment and development, performance evaluation, compensation administration and fringe benefits. 

This course will introduce current theories and practices in recruitment and selection in a business and industry environment. Topics include recruitment theory and practice in the private and public sectors, professional and legal requirements, candidate screening, candidate testing, and interviewing methodology. In order to promote inclusive...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces current theory and practice for employee training and development within an organizational setting; whether private, not-for-profit, government/ First Nations government or administration sectors. Students will examine a full spectrum of training and development praxis, from basic on-the-job training to the use of...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces students to understanding and designing compensation systems and benefit plans. The course will introduce a systematic framework for identifying and designing compensation systems that add value to organizations and support employees. Specifically, students learn to design, implement, and evaluate compensation and benefit...

Credits:
3.0
Times:
  • TBA

Introduces the industry-standard principles for managing projects on time, on budget, and to the organization's satisfaction. This course will cover the entire lifecycle from conceptualization to termination, with emphasis on project scope management, project time management, and project management planning and control. Course will provide the...

Credits:
3.0

This course is an introduction to the Michif language and Michif conversational lessons for beginners. Students will examine the meaning of "Metisness" and how it connects language, culture, land and spirituality. Students will learn Michif language conversational lessons as they explore Metis songs, storytelling and participate in traditional...

Credits:
3.0

This course is an introduction to the Michif language and Michif conversational lessons for beginners. Students will examine the meaning of "Metiness" and how it connects language, culture, land and spirituality. Students will learn Michif language conversational lessons as they explore Metis songs, storytelling and participate in traditional...

Credits:
3.0

Millwrights are exposed to many hazards that can cause injury. The ultimate goal of safety in the workplace is to eliminate personal injury and health problems. This course will focus on the use of safe work practices, including general safety, WHMIS, Fire Safety and the safe usage of ladders and scaffolding.

The millwright is often asked to assemble and fit or interface parts together to form a complex assembly. In order to accomplish this task, the millwright must understand the terminology associated with limits and fits and apply this knowledge to the assembly of components. Knowing how to use precision and non-precision measuring tools reliably...

The millwright is required to work with both non-cutting hand tools and cutting hand-held tools. The safe and effective use of these tools is an important part of the millwright’s hand skills. In order to successfully maintain and repair equipment within a plant, the learner must understand the application of all shop tools. 

This course will cover the math and science concepts that are required by the millwright trade. The learner will solve problems using whole numbers, fractions, decimal fractions, percentages and understand the concept of ratio and proportion. The learner will also be able to solve problems with the use of mathematical functions and trigonometry...

There are many different fasteners and locking devices used in industry. Each has a standard of performance and recommended methods of installation and removal. A thorough knowledge of the installation and removal of fasteners and locking devices is required to produce work that is easier, faster, safer, more reliable and to a higher standard...

Metals are the raw material of the millwright trade. A millwright must know the type and characteristics of a piece of metal before using it. The learner will be required to describe the five physical and mechanical properties of metal and why they must be considered when selecting a piece of metal for a job.

A millwright must be able to cut and join metals by the use of oxyacetylene and the arc welding process. The learner will also be required to cut material and assemble metal components using welding equipment.

This course will cover the identification and selection of proper lubrication products for the lubrication of moving parts in all types of machinery. As machines are made of moving parts, friction creates wear that can be kept at a minimum by choosing the proper lubricant. The choice of the optimum lubricant depends on the temperature, speed,...

A millwright must be proficient in the safe and effective use of support machines. The learner will be able to demonstrate the proper usage, applications, and safe operation of all types of grinders, power saws, drilling machines and engines lathes.

Comprehensive exam on all modules taken in the program.

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