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This course is for students interested in learning more about psychological disorders and therapy. Recommended for students who plan to work or are working in a mental health related setting. We start with a thorough examination of the historical antecedents, current theoretical perspectives, and assessment as they relate to abnormal psychology...

Credits:
3.0

This course is a continuation of Psychology 221. Topics include eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual and gender identity disorders, childhood/adolescent disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, methods of therapy and treatment, and contemporary ethical and legal issues.

Credits:
3.0

Introduction to basic research methods in psychology or the social sciences. Emphasis will be on the procedures and underlying logic of scientific inquiry. Topics include hypothesis testing, behavioural or psychological measurement, experimental and quasi-experimental designs, survey research, the relative advantages and limitations of...

Credits:
3.0

Will provide a historical background that is needed for an appreciation of psychology as an evolving profession and science. Persistent problems and new trends in psychology will be understood within the history of ideas. Psychology as both a reflection of, and contributor to, Western culture, will be examined by reference to past thinkers...

Credits:
3.0

(Pre- or co-requisite for the program)

This practicum provides an opportunity for home support workers to apply the caring philosophy, knowledge and skills with older adults in an intermediate and/or extended care facility. Select supervised experiences will emphasize the organizational skills to care for a group of residents safely.

Learn all the elements of First Aid including heat and cold injuries, poisons, medical conditions, bone, joint, head and spinal injuries. This course includes CPR certification.

Hours: 16

Price: $217.50

Course Number: CEFAID 712

Times:
  • SMI Jun 21-22 (2018) 8:30am-5:30pm

This maritime radio course teaches emergency radio procedures and everyday operating techniques for you and your family. The course also prepares you for the Restricted Operator Certificate – Maritime with Digital Selective Calling (DSC) endorsement examination.

Hours: 12

Price: $317.50

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Times:
  • For upcoming dates in Prince Rupert & Masset, please contact Dawn at 1-877-277-2288 ext. 5715

Create an effective resume or improve the one you already have. Transform your resume into a powerful tool that will get you interviews. This workshop will lead you through a self-assessment series so you will have extensive knowledge about the product you are marketing YOU! Learn different resume formats and the advantages and disadvantages of...

Times:
  • Online at www.ed2go.com/nwcc

This 8-hour course covers the basic aspects of safe rigging and lifting practices. The course also includes inspection of rigging equipment and safe operation of overhead cranes and other lifting devices.

Hours: 8

Price: $269.00

Course Number: CEFAID 786

Times:
  • MAS Aug 2 (2018) 8:30am-5:30pm

Upon completion of on-campus lab training, students will have the opportunity to gain work experience through participation in employer work site practicum. Practicum sites are selected to match student training needs and provide further training opportunities to participants in a realistic retail and/or business environment. 

Credits:
6
Times:
  • TBA

The Retail Services Program prepares students with barriers to employment for entry level positions in the retail and business sector. Individualized training in both classroom and laboratory settings provide students with the essential knowledge and skills to obtain employment in a variety of work environments including retail, wholesale,...

Credits:
24

The Retail Services Plus Training course prepares students with barriers to employment for entry-level positions in the retail and business sector. Program curriculum incorporates a First Nations Focus and methodology which includes local community culture to meet the learning outcomes. Individualized training in both classroom and laboratory...

Credits:
10

Upon completion of on-campus skills lab training, students will have the opportunity to gain unpaid work experience through participation in employer work site practicums. Practicum sites are selected to match student training needs, personal interests and abilities, and to provide further training opportunities to participants in a realistic...

Credits:
2

This course is equivalent to Grade 10 Science and may be used as a credit toward the Intermediate Certificate.  It includes an introduction to scientific methodology, biology, chemistry, and physics, preparing students for further studies in the sciences. 

Credits:
3.0

This course provides students with an understanding of the team process for adapting, modifying and (strategies for) implementing K-12 curriculum in the core areas, personal planning and physical education. The student will learn about the types of curriculum adapted, modified and individualized and their implications for students with...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces the student to the basic process and content of effective interpersonal communication and provides a foundation in effective communication knowledge and skills. Basic communication theory as well as receptive and responsive communication skills will be explored. A practical focus will be utilized to engage SEA students in...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces language and speech development in children with a focus on difficulties associated with specific disability types. Contemporary assessment and instructional strategies for enhancing the communication skills of children and adolescents with special needs will be emphasized.

Credits:
3.0

This course examines the patterns and structures of family life, the influences on family and the diversity of family life, the influences on family and the diversity of family from one culture and class to another. The course focuses on providing an understanding of how different family dynamics create variability in individual children’s...

Credits:
3.0

This course explores personal and societal values and attitudes towards persons requiring extra support in education. The principles of inclusion will be examined in relation to its contributions to the field of special needs services. Various disabilities, their causes, and their impact on children in schools will be examined. A basic...

Credits:
3.0

This course provides students with an introduction to theories, methods, concepts, and research findings relevant to human development from prenatal through adolescence. The importance of individual differences, the effects of heredity and environment, and the ethical issues involved in the research are discussed.  Application to child care...

Credits:
3.0

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