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Course Description: Prepare and meet the requirements for upcoming Autism and Behavioural Science field placements.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Impact of socialization and prevention programs will be examined as pertinent social issues. Assessment, treatment and prevention techniques and programs will be examined including conflict resolution skills.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: In this introductory College Communication course for ESL students, participants will develop their reading, writing, research, critical thinking and speaking proficiencies to be successful in a college-level environment. Prerequisite: Assessment for Success placement.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students gain the basic legal literacy needed by business professionals to effectively manage legal risks and identify business opportunities arising from the legal environment through a combination of various learning techniques including interactive lectures, class discussions and case study analysis. Students explore an introduction to the Canadian legal system, tort law and professional liability, the principles of contract law, debtor and creditor relations, real and personal property, intellectual property, and forms of business organization (agency, sole proprietorship, partnership, and incorporation).
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Students build on their introductory financial accounting skills and focus primarily on the asset section of the statement of financial position. Students explore general financial statement presentation (statement of financial position, income statement, cash flow statement), revenue and expense recognition and specific components of the asset side of the statement of financial position (cash, receivables, notes receivable, temporary and long-term investments in debt and equity securities, inventory and capital assets), as well as their related Income statement effects. Through a combination of various learning techniques including interactive lectures, inquiry based learning and in-class problem solving students develop the ability to prepare external financial statement components and disclosure consistent with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Students prepare financial statements that summarize an entity's economic events through the use of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) reporting standards. Students critically examine and interpret financial statements including the balance sheet, income statement, statement of retained earnings and cash flow statement. Through a combination of various learning techniques including interactive lectures, inquiry based learning and in-class individual and group work, students assess the financial performance of an entity.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Students examine how accounting information is used with organizations to plan, monitor, and control. Managers in all functional areas will have to deal with the management accounting system of the organization they work for. Students acquire a basic understanding of how such systems operate, the language they use, and their limitations. Through a combination of various learning techniques including interactive lectures, inquiry based learning and in-class problem solving students assess the managerial performance of an entity.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Microsoft Access is a computerized database that allows you to manipulate, link, chart, query and report your data to customize the information you need. You will learn to use Microsoft Access 2016 to create databases, view, format, manage and modify data tables and fields. You will learn to create forms, queries, reports and explore data relationships using its pull-down menus, toolbars and dialog boxes.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn to use MS Access for Windows. Access is a relational database management system in a user-friendly environment. This course is designed for students who wish to establish an understanding of Microsoft Access, including the skills necessary to create a new database, construct data tables, design forms and reports, and create queries. Prerequisite: Familiarity with Windows operating system and file management concepts.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn to use the advanced features of MS Access for Windows. Upon completion, you will enhance tables to creating lookups, create various types of advanced queries, create advanced forms, create relationships between tables to ensure data accuracy, work with form controls, understand macro concepts, create, run and test Access macros, create and use switchboard forms, set Access defaults and apply Start up options.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Create accessible content that follows Universal Design principles and relevant standards and guidelines (WCAG, PDF/UA) to reach large audiences as a media professional. Identify and recognize barriers to effective accessibility when creating and remediating office documents.
Course Description: Examine the role of accounting and its relationship to management. Prepare financial statements to determine the financial position of a business organized as a corporation and the results of its operations for a given period in accordance with current accounting standards.
Equivalents: ACCTBA101 or ACCTBZ018 and ACCTBZ019 and ACCTBZ020
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Investigate current and non-current assets at the introductory level.  Determine the financial position of a business organized as a partnership and sole proprietorship, and the results of its operations for a given period in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to record business transactions, prepare financial statements, and handle end-of-period adjustments. Accounting for merchandising firms, accounts receivable, cash management and financial ratios are also covered.
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Continue your study with a focus on receivables, capital assets, current and long term liabilities, corporations, partnerships, statement of cash flow and financial statement analysis.
Prerequisites: ACCTMCS01 or ACCTCB101
Equivalents: ACCT10014 or ACCT10005 or ACCTAC211
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine ledger setup, adding vendor accounts, daily transaction processing, reports and periodic processing. Software is included with the text.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Focus on the creation of a company and a chart of accounts, entering transactions, and producing financial reports. Pre-Requisite: Knowledge of basic accounting.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is designed for students preparing for various college apprenticeship programs and/or the workplace who have completed ACE Core Mathematics and wish to consolidate their basic math skills and improve their problem-solving techniques. Units of study include number sense and algebra; measurement and geometry; proportional reasoning; analytic geometry; relations and functions; trigonometric functions; statistics and probability; and personal finance.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is a study of the organization and energy of life. The course begins with a study of the common features of all life. All students will choose one module of study of the human body and will then choose to do either a second module on the human body or a module on plant biology. All students will study environmental biology which is the study of the interaction of living organisms with each other and with the abiotic, or non-living, parts of our universe. This course focuses on our changing environment.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is designed to increase comprehension and performance of mathematical operations and to involve the student in the application of business mathematical techniques. The material covered includes the study of arithmetic and geometric sequences and series; simple and compound interest; annuities; exponential growth; retail mathematics; data analysis - collecting, organizing and analyzing data; self-study and the application of learned skills to numerous problems; developing student skills in handling business mathematical problems.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course provides learners with a strong knowledge of chemistry as it applied to industry and environmental issues. Emphasis is given to analyzing problems, performing laboratory exercises and communicating scientific information effectively. The content of the course reflects the needs of many adult learners entering post-secondary college programs in health and environmental sciences. As such, it allows learners to complete three core units and two elective units of study.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course will be able to help the learners express themselves well when presenting and defending ideas and opinions by using oral, visual, and written forms of communications. Graduates who achieve the learning outcomes will have well-developed communications skills that will prepare them for success in a variety of college post secondary programs and in the workplace.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course starts with the hardware and software (2 types) followed by the introduction and skills necessary for students to feel comfortable with the computer environment and the management skills necessary to be able to communicate online. It is followed by Internet training, ethical issues and safety, and finally the generating of documents based on four of the main types of application software, from start to finish.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The Core Mathematics course is designed to give students a grounding in varied aspects of Mathematics, including numeric and algebraic operations; measurement and geometry; collecting, displaying and analyzing data; mathematical relationships, statistics and probability; simple and compound interest; and everyday financing.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: ACE Physics will enable the learner to develop a foundation in the fundamental concepts of physics. The learner will qualitatively and quantitatively study and explore the topics of forces and motion; energy and simple machines; waves, sound light and optics; electricity and magnetism; and hydraulic and pneumatic systems. The emphasis will be on understanding the underlying physical concepts and principles, and applying them to a diversity of practical systems.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course provides students with an opportunity to learn and use strategies that can be applied to their academic, employment, and personal life. The strategies will equip them with the knowledge, skills and behaviours to become effective, confident and flexible learners. The course will focus on areas such as self reflection, critical thinking, goal setting, study skills, organizational skills, group dynamics, and career/employment exploration.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course builds on and expands the fundamental algebraic skills mastered in Core Mathematics. The objective of the course is to prepare students to have the necessary mathematical skills to prepare for mathematics-focused college post-secondary programs. Students who successfully achieve the learning outcomes will be able to apply their skills to solve applied problems involving trigonometry, polynomial/rational exponential expressions, polynomial/exponential/logarithmic functions, and the principles of geometry and measurement.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Introduction to Therapeutic Adventure Programming! Topics include experiential learning, group dynamics, activity sequencing, facilitation, and therapeutic relationship-building. Much of the course material is taught through challenge course experiences. Students must provide their own transportation to base camp near South River, Ontario, and arrive by 1pm Friday. 6 full meals and overnight accommodations are included. MAY BE USED AS A GENERAL ELECTIVE TOWARDS ANY PROGRAM OF STUDIES.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Focus on the acquisition of monographs. Develop skills in searching, ordering, receiving, collection development, the book trade and automated acquisitions functions.
Prerequisites: LIBRLT110
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: In partnership with Theatre Aquarius, build your performance and presentation skills in this active, fun course led by leading theatre professionals. Engage in a range of acting techniques to gain experience in voice and body awareness, text analysis, character development, ensemble building, stage presence, theatre and rehearsal practice. Theatre skills are life skills; creative problem solving, teamwork, empathy, and awareness are essential to life and art. Our professional instructors work with participants at their level.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Investigate the skills and techniques needed to effectively manage and control active records in various formats. Examine file plan development, typical filing systems, storage systems and equipment, and file maintenance procedures.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Investigate assistive and adaptive devices, both hardware and software, that will provide the Educational Assistant with valuable skills when working with students.
Prerequisites: EDUCEDE19
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course will address issues relating to the development of addictions, effects, signs and symptoms and response, as well as seeking to provide a greater understanding to the differences between mental health, mental illness and mental disorders. Finally, the course will familiarize students with concurrent disorders.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine additive manufacturing and 3D printing. Discuss the fundamental processes, applications and technologies. Apply additive manufacturing principles to design supported by observation and hands-on application.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Topics covered will include: creating master pages and single and multiple page documents with single and multiple text columns of text, importing text from various sources and flowing it into linked columns of various shapes and sizes, proper kerning/leading and spacing of text, and combining text with imported photos and graphics.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop design and image creation skills using Adobe Photoshop. Explore how to source images, create, develop, and assess various design solutions and execute projects in a professional manner.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Further develop skills obtained in Adobe Photoshop I. Restore black and white images and gain skills in image correction by using blurring, adjustment layer, layer masks and liquefying techniques. Produce content for various media.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Gain an understanding of the nature of adolescence, explore the impact of your experiences as an adolescence and determine the role of a CYC working with youth who are presenting complex responses impacted by developmental, environmental, physical, emotional and social challenges. The end result is the integration and application of theory to relevant case examples.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to apply the principles of adult learning and develop the basic skills essential to successful instruction. Specifically designed for teacher and trainers of adults.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine the needs of adults with learning disabilities in the educational setting and in society. Develop awareness of various exceptionalities and explore strategies for modifying course content, delivery, and evaluation to ensure success opportunities for all learners.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course presents advanced business process and it's interrelationship with organizational strategy and goals. Methods for analyzing business processes, including process mapping are reviewed as well as redesigning processes for efficiency. Once students have a firm understanding of this theory they will have the opportunity to select a business process and conduct the business process analysis. Following this analysis, students will recommend process improvements that lead to improved efficiency and/or effectiveness.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore advanced techniques of digital imaging using Adobe Photoshop. Provide photographs and computer storage media. Brantford students will work in a PC lab. Fennell students will work on Macintosh computers. Prerequisite: PY110 (Intro. To Digital Imaging)
Prerequisites: PHTOPY110
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Assessment and nursing care of high risk feet. Pathological conditions and infection control are discussed. Padding and strapping are practiced. Must have completed Basic Footcare course from a community college within the past 2 years.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Integrate the knowledge and skills learned in Neonatal Nursing 1 (Advanced). The clinical experience will occur in Level 2 perinatal setting (special care nursery, intensive care nursery). Mohawk College Medical Clearance and current NRC are required.
Prerequisites: NRSGNSCF1
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Integrate the knowledge and skills learned in Neonatal Nursing 2 (Advanced) in a Level 3 neonatal intensive care setting (NICU). Mohawk College Medical Clearance and current NRP are required.
Prerequisites: NRSGNSCF3
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Upon successful completion of this reportable subject, the apprentice will be able to plan, implement, and evaluate curriculum within an inclusive early childhood education environment.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Integrate an appreciation of mental illness, knowledge of past, present and future trends, and an awareness of the legal aspects of mental health reform shaping interactions with clients, families and the system. Explore the lived experiences of clients and challenge your awareness of cultural competence and the impact of stigma.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Compare the roles and expectations of families, classroom teachers, community partners and the Resource Teacher in relationship to becoming an effective advocate. Promote professional and ethical standards with confidence to overcome barriers and model collaborative behaviour, enabling others to advocate for children with exceptionalities. Prerequisite: EDUC RT001 or EDUC 10100.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Advance your knowledge of the skin, study product formulation and make choices based on in-depth skin analysis.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn the airbrake system and components. Earn your 'Z' Air Brake Endorsement on your Ontario License, as required by The Ontario Ministry of Transportation. Test & Booklet included. When you have successfully completed the endorsement course, you need to report to a DriveTest Centre within 6 months to add the Z endorsement to your licence.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to identify typical defects and apply correct inspection techniques for cooling systems and heat pumps.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Continue the study of A.S.L. begun in LL120 to develop increased capability. You will receive a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of levels 1 and 2.
Prerequisites: LANGLL120
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn the basics of the communication system used by most deaf people.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course will introduce the student to perioperative nursing management as the Circulating Nurse for patients undergoing anaesthesia in the Operating Room. Collaborating roles of the Perioperative Nurse and the Anaesthetist will be included throughout the lessons.
Prerequisites: NRSGNSC84 and NRSGNSC85
Equivalents: NRSGNSCB5
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Examine the anatomy and physiology of the human body in relation to the role of a Medical Laboratory Assistant. Examine the structure of the cell and human body systems.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This course addresses what type of anger you possess and how to manage/modify it. You will identify your specific anger triggers and how this evolved. Personality and behaviour management strategies will be examined before moving onto comprehensive anger management strategies.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course takes a more in-depth look at the procedures within the veterinary health care field. You will learn basic knowledge of physiology, biology of various small animals, as well as learn the importance of sanitation and safety within the veterinary workplace.
Prerequisites: HLTH10062 and COMM10107
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Previously known as Basics of Supply Chain Management, supports you in preparing for the Part 1 (of two) certification exam. Comprised of four parts: Business Wide Concepts, Demand Management, Transformation of Demand into Supply, and Supply. You must purchase the CPIM Learning System separately and directly from www.apics.org at $395 USD for APICS Plus members. It is recommended that you order your Student Learning Kit the day after your first class.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Prepare for the Part 2 (of two) certification exam. Covers: Master Planning of Resources, Detailed Scheduling and Planning, Execution and Control of Operations, Strategic Management of Resources. You must purchase the CPIM Learning System separately and directly from www.apics.org at $495 USD for APICS Plus members. It is recommended that you order your Student Learning Kit the day after your first class.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the basics of bookkeeping including: journals, ledgers, worksheets, and financial statements.
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: Classroom| eLearn
Course Description: Develop additional skills including: merchandise business transactions, inventory valuation, special journals, internal control, payroll, receivables, and bank reconciliations.
Prerequisites: ACCTBZ018
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: Classroom| eLearn
Course Description: Develop advanced bookkeeping skills including: partnerships, corporations, capital assets, bonds, and financial analysis.
Prerequisites: ACCTBZ019
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: Classroom| eLearn
Course Description: Introducing Applied IBM Business Intelligence, a new course designed to enhance your analytics skills. Explore the latest IBM Cognos Analytics (11.0.5) suite of products and underlying architecture. Build drill-through reports, animated infographics, geospatial visualizations, and executive style dashboards through hands-on demos and labs and gain the knowledge to become a report designer. Network with guest speakers, IBM partners, BI developers and administrators. 27 hours in class, 15 hours self-paced.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the principles and techniques associated with architectural photography while learning to effectively capture exteriors and interiors through the use of composition, lighting, various lenses, and digital processing. Course includes two Saturday field trips. Prerequisite: PHTO PY101.
Prerequisites: PHTOPY101
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop an understanding of archival theory and practice. Focus on the relationship between archives and records management, acquisition and appraisal, arrangement and description, reference services, preventive conservation, and facility planning and security.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Review cardiac mechanical anatomy and electrical structures. Using a systematic approach, learn to recognize and interpret cardiac arrhythmias, understand their causes, clinical manifestations and management.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This introductory course in the living art of Bonsai will present the history, development, styling and care of Bonsai, both for indoor/outdoor garden pots as well as in-ground trees and shrubbery. Each participant will pot their own bonsai. Materials included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course is designed to familiarize students with early historical foundations to present day exemplars of art making. World art with an emphasis on Western art history and minor focus on international art is covered.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Recognize the dangers of working with materials that may contain asbestos. Course must be completed by scheduled end date; run time is approximately 1 hour. You will receive information at your Mohawk College email address on how to access your course. Downloadable certificate of completion available upon successfully completing course.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Suicide interventions skills training for Social Service Worker students.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Examine assessment and evaluation processes for adult learners. Evaluate your own practice as a teacher or trainer in your environment.
Prerequisites: EDUCTAL03
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Recommend handling requirements, data security controls, and asset retention to protect privacy. Investigate issues of ownership and information & asset classification.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Investigate assistive technologies, their impact on people with disabilities, models of use and how assistive devices influence interaction with digital content. Includes an exploration of closed captioning (CC) and embedded sign language.
Course Description: This course is an introduction to the wonderful topic of Astronomy â€" the study of all that exists beyond our Earth. The course examines the characteristics of the bodies of the Solar System presenting interesting information about the planets and their moons. The course will also deal with stars, nebulae and galaxies. The course is designed as an introduction.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine the relationship between standard audit procedures and cyber security policies, including legal and regulatory requirements.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course examines the five major syndromes of the Autism Spectrum Disorers (ASD) including Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Rett's Syndrome, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder and Pervasive Developmental Disorder NOS according to their core features and their diagnostic criteria. This course provides an introduction to a neurodevelopmental and behavioural understanding of children with ASD.
Delivery: Classroom| eLearn
Course Description: Field Seminar 2 is a co-requisite with Field Placement (WORK 10020). Students will apply their classroom knowledge in the field, in all first and second term subject areas.
Prerequisites: EDUC10030 and EDUC10034 and HSCI10041 and HSCI10042 and WORK10596 and WORK10151 and WORK10152
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Seminar 1 is interdependent with Field Placement (WORK 10596). Students will apply their classroom knowledge in the field, in all first term subject areas.
Equivalents: WORK10144
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: A comprehensive examination of the Autism Spectrum Disorder, this course will provide educational staff with the tools they need to work successfully with children diagnosed with this complex condition. Pulling content information from a team of professionals including school boards, Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation, and including International Autism authorities Dr. Peter Szatmari and Dr. Lonnie Zwaigenbaum, a strong emphasis will be placed on communication, social skills, behavioral challenges, family, sensory and educational issues.
Prerequisites: EDUC10099
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn advanced techniques for proficiency in the use of AutoCAD. Learn to recognize the best tool for the task, the best use of that tool, and how to create new tools for efficiency.
Prerequisites: CADMCAD06
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Examine and use Computer Aided Design software known as AutoCAD. Investigate and apply entity creation, dimensioning, layers and linetypes, and text creation.
Equivalents: CADMMSN01 and CADMMSN02
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to use REVIT Architecture software for building design. Create floor plans, sections, elevations and 3D views. Typical architectural elements such as walls, windows, doors, furniture, floors, ceilings and roofs will be incorporated.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Designed for beginners in the animal health care field. The student will have basic knowledge of anatomy of the dog and cat, as well as ferrets and rabbits. Students will learn the importance of a clean organized hospital and obtain knowledge that will prepare them for the next stage of animal husbandry.
Prerequisites: COMM10107
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course presents the concepts of reliability integrated with statistical techniques used in other areas of quality assurance. It provides a summary of methods and procedures of reliability statistics for professional designers and test and reliability personnel. Topics include a review of distributions, tests of hypotheses, logic diagrams, mathematical models, predictions of component reliability, apportionment, reliability growth, assessment methods and reliability demonstration.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Join Electrician John DeSantis, and learn how to plan a rewiring, upgrading, and add-ons...according to code. Learn when an Electrician and an Inspection is a MUST. Material costs of $20 included in fee. Bring your lunch!
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Understand the different types of electricity, such as low voltage, high voltage, and static electricity, to be more aware of electrical safety. This is for non-electricians. Course must be completed by scheduled end date; run time is approximately 1 hour. You will receive information at your Mohawk College email address on how to access your course. Downloadable certificate of completion available upon successfully completing course.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This course covers electrical units, Ohm's Law, circuits, magnetism and electromagnetism, relays and contactors as it relates to multi-skilling of trades and related workers. Fundamentals of AC/DC and an overview of transformer principles will be covered. The course will also introduce the students to Electric Motor Controls.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Focus on basic principles and skills in footcare. Purchase and complete the independent learning activities at least 3 weeks prior to workshop date. Text and course manual available from Titles Bookstore at McMaster Hospital, Room 1G. Do NOT cut toenails prior to the workshop. Must bring proof of CNO Registration to the workshop.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Update and expand knowledge and skills of RNs & RPNs as relates to foot care. Assessment, patient teaching and non-invasive foot care, including reduction of normal nails will be demonstrated and practiced in a lab setting. Prior to workshop, learners are to complete independent learning module and NOT to cut toenails.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Basic Medical Laboratory Mathematics, Chemistry, applicable physics and Laboratory terminology will be reviewed. The care and use of basic laboratory instruments, as well as the care, uses standards and properties of glass and plastic ware will be studied. How to prepare simple reagents and solutions using the proper lab ware will be presented.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Practical hands-on instruction for basic property maintenance.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Step by step instruction from fixing a leaky faucet to installing a toilet.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course starts with the basics of fire in terms of chemistry and physics. The behavior of fire is examined and the methods of extinguishment are also looked at. Fire protection and life safety are examined in all types of structures through the interpretation and use of relevant codes such as the Ontario Building Code and the Ontario Fire Code.
Equivalents: SAFEFT101 and SAFEFT102
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: An OSHA-Compliant training course online for riggers and signalers. I-CAB Recognized. This basic rigger and signaler class covers an introduction to rigging, determining load weight, sling angles and stresses, center of gravity, basic hitches, sling types, lifting hardware, below-the-hook-devices, verbal communication, and hand signals. Course must be completed by scheduled end date; run time is approximately 3 hours. You will receive information at your Mohawk College email address on how to access your course. Downloadable certificate of completion available upon successfully completing course.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Build on the basic sewing skills learned from Sewing Introduction or from your own experience by making a pair of easy styled elasticized shorts or pants. You will further build your sewing know-how - reading the pattern, preparing the fabric, measuring, marking, pressing, stitch choices and machine sewing.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Further develop your sewing skills learned previously by constructing a simple collarless shirt or top. New skills that will be covered include measuring, easy set-in sleeve, facings, interfacing and finishing details. Patterns will be suggested.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Continue to develop sewing skills by constructing a sleeveless or semi-fitted dress with set in sleeves and explore new techniques for zippers, easy fitting, hem and neck finishing. Patterns and fabrics suggested.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Make this fitted jacket that has simple lines with either a short cut - on sleeve or 3/4 length sleeves which will suit anyone. This project works up quickly and will enhance your skills in measuring, layout, cutting, top stitching and construction. Pattern and fabric suggested. Sewing experience beneficial.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Challenge yourself more with new sewing skills. Enhance your wardrobe with a casual and trendy Hoodie jacket with either a zipped or buttoned center front. Patterns will be suggested. Sewing skills needed.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: You will learn basic pharmacy techniques in veterinary practice. Learn about common medications used in common veterinary disease processes.
Prerequisites: COMM10107 and HLTH10062 and HLTH10071 and HLTH10098
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Gain basic knowledge of current Ontario Building Code, specifically legal processes for building officials and designers. Take this course in preparation to write the legal qualification exam offered by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing. Topics covered: rules, qualifications, and registration steps applicable to building, resolving any conflict or dispute pertaining to the act: offences, liability, and immunity; uses and renovations; and Division B compliance.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Behaviour and Mental Health Challenges will focus on the role of the Educational Assistant in managing behaviour and supporting those with behaviour and mental health challenges. Through the identification and awareness of symptoms, strategies and interventions, students will become familiar with available resources and supports in both the school and community. The development of a continuum of strategies in response to escalating behaviours and evaluating implementation through concrete data collection will prepare students to effectively manage behaviour and support mental health challenges.
Prerequisites: EDUCEDE14 and EDUC10075 or EDUC10099
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Understand behaviour patterns, build rapport with students, and detect potential problems early. Learn to intervene in non-physical ways to calm and de-escalate student behaviour before violence occurs. Ontario-based curriculum to understand, prevent, and change negative behaviours. Appropriate for all who work with children. Participants receive a BMS practitioner certificate. Workbook included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course presents a comprehensive review of procedures for choosing and organizing curriculum for students with autism of various ages. A review of basic behaviour principles and teaching strategies will be discussed. Emphases will be placed on curriculum development such as the utilization of the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS). Curriculum development will be discussed with an emphasis on speech and language, social and play skills, personal care skills and inclusion into less restrictive environments.
Prerequisites: HSCI10042 and EDUC10034 and EDUC10030
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Benefits and their administration in business are examined, including such topics as the Canada Pension Plan, Workers' Compensation, government health plans and pension programs, as well as non-government life, accident and health insurance plans. This course also covers contractual benefits such as rest periods, vacations and sick leaves and volunteer benefits such as social, recreational, and cultural activities and counselling.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Bluebeam Revu is a PDF viewing and editing software made specifically for architects, engineers, superintendents and other professionals in the construction industry. It has been specifically designed with simplicity to track data and support efficient collaboration between trades. Learn the basics of creating and managing PDF markups, strategies for tracking changes, creatingRFIs and quantity take-offs, as well as customization tools to make Bluebeam ideal for the user. A basic understanding of construction contract documents and data flow is recommended.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Examine the characteristics of non-profit organizations; roles and responsibilities of the chief executive officer and the board of directors; management styles appropriate to voluntary organizations; the relevance of the organization's mission in a changing environment; and techniques and processes for productive meetings.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop a basic understanding of plant structures and their functions, growth and reproduction, classification systems and the relationship between plants and the environment.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Benefit from the opportunity to integrate breastfeeding knowledge and skills in working with breastfeeding clients in a hospital and/or community setting, having successfully completed both theory courses of the Breastfeeding Program.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: This course investigates the relationship that beer has had with humanity from the dawn of history to resent day. How beer shaped the New World and the links between location and style. The development of a global beer and the current craft beer revolution.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is intended to familiarize yourselves with Indigenous worldviews. You will learn from and about indigenous people to dispel stereotypes and myths. You will identify and discuss major events in Canada that have led to the issues facing indigenous people today.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Examine a wide range of broadleaf evergreens, deciduous and evergreen vines and ground covers with emphasis on identification and cultural requirements.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Delivered by industry leading faculty, this workshop equips non-experts with the necessary skills required to setup a website for their small business needs. Includes setting up a shared hosting account, installing WordPress, and building a fully featured website using various plugins and themes. NOTE: You must register for a domain and shared hosting account. The approximate cost is $10-$20. You will be walked through the process in class. Please bring a valid credit card.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop your understanding of customer service, the skills associated with identifying and meeting the needs of customers and fostering an environment that encourages repeat business.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: You will be introduced to the fundamental processes and roles and responsibilities of the business analyst. You will examine the use of tools and techniques used by business analysts within the broader context of organizations and their projects. You will review methodologies used to equip the business analyst to better perform as a communication link between all business areas and help them deliver on their key role in project and organizational success. Also included will be the effective use of communication, interviewing skills and information gathering techniques. Through the combination of lectures, discussions and exercises, the course explores insight into the interaction between the business analyst and its surrounding projects and presents methodologies to identify, analyze and resolve business problems.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This case-based course will require the students to place themselves in the role of the entrepreneur and solve a variety of real business scenarios. In this course, students will choose among various entrepreneurial opportunities, learn how to apply for funding and solve marketing, human resource, operational and financial scenarios. In doing so, students will hone their analytical and creative problem-solving skills to both solve business scenarios and present their rationale and solutions to an audience.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Prepare and analyze financial information of a business to develop sound managerial decisions relating to Corporate Finance, including the valuation of securities, working capital management and short term financing.
Prerequisites: ACCTAC201 or ACCTAC201 and MATHMA201 or ACCTAC211 and MATHMA201
Equivalents: BUSNBA340 or BUSNBA341 and INFOBW161 or BUSNBA341
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop the legal perspectives you need to conduct business in an environment increasingly affected by legislation. Focus on employment law, contracts, torts, business organizations, human rights, creditor's rights and marketing law.
Equivalents: BUSNCB436 or INSR10011
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Apply the following financial calculations to real problems designed to develop a student's decision making competencies in the business environment: Simple and Compound interest, Annuities, Perpetuities, Amortization and Sinking Funds.
Prerequisites: MATHMA101 or MATH10067
Equivalents: MATHMA201
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Research and develop a trades business plan at a level that is ready to implement. Examine the steps and methods for developing a complete business plan including marketing, operational and financial components in addition to evaluating the viability of business ideas.
Prerequisites: BLDG10729 and BLDG10730 and MRKT10087 and FINC10053
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The student learns how to structure written reports from memos to formal presentations in a way that is precise, clear and easy to read. This course is ideal for anyone who finds the report writing demands of the job outstrip their training. The student learns master of reports through a series of ten assignments ranging from simple memos to formal reports - all under the guidance of a professional writer. Demands on the student are high, but the results are worth it.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: You will develop practical writing skills using technology for successful communication in business. You will learn how to compose business correspondence including e-mails, memoranda, letters and reports with a focus on routine, persuasive, and negative messages. The course includes a review of grammar and mechanics.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Students will learn about the structure of municipal governments and their power to enact bylaws and the importance of bylaws. A number of different municipal statutes are studied such as zoning bylaws, animal control bylaws and licensing. Students also learn about preparing for court in regard to offences against municipal codes and the importance of good note taking. Today's bylaw enforcement officer must have a thorough knowledge and understanding of municipal government and its role in society. This course will provide the student with a clear understanding of how municipal bylaws are generated, passed and enforced by utilizing different provincial statues and showing the student the importance of municipal investigations.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations, and provide early use of an AED. It includes adult, child, and infant rescue techniques. This Red Cross training is designed for healthcare professionals/first responders who have been BLS certified within the past 12 months. No refunds or transfers after course end date. CPR book, certification card fee and pocket mask included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations, and provide early use of an AED. It includes adult, child, and infant rescue techniques. This Red Cross training is designed for healthcare professionals/first responders and includes using an automated external defibrillator. No refunds or transfers after course end date. CPR book, certification card fee and pocket mask included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This hands on course covers creation of 3D surfaces and tool paths for 3 axis milling using top rated CAD/CAM software. The course will also include creation of wireframes, surfaces, intersection of surfaces, cavity roughing, toolpath editing and planning.
Prerequisites: CADMRE455
Equivalents: CADMRE813
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Everyone loves a beautifully decorated cake! In this course you will learn the Wilton Method of cake decorating! You will cover the how-to's of basic techniques using butter cream icing. Course fee INCLUDES a Beginner's Level 1 Supply Kit and Workbook of $23.00. Cost of supplies are responsibility of student. (approx. $25.00). No materials required first night.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Welcome to Wilton Level Two. Building from Level One, students will be learning to work with royal and colourflow icings. We will be exploring the world of flowers and creating a beautiful basket cake of flowers. Course fee INCLUDES a Level 2 Supply Kit and Workbook of $27.50. Cost of supplies are the responsibility of student (approx. $15) A supply list will be sent out before the first night of class.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Continuing to build on techniques learned in Courses 1 and 2. In his final installment of the Wilton Method of Cake Decorating you will create a beautiful two-tiered wedding cake. String work and lily nail flowers are covered. Course fee INCLUDES Level 3 Supply Kit and Workbook of $26.00. Cost of supplies are the responsibility of the student (approx. $15). A supply list will be sent out before the first night of class.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Discover the versatility of using ready-made gum paste to create figures and realistic to nature flowers quite often seen on designer wedding cakes. Create an assortment of wired flowers including roses, lilies, hydrangea, orchids, leaves, etc. and learn to apply the flowers to cakes.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Celebrate the Fall colours with a cake for the season! Expand on your course knowledge by learning a different cake covering method using fondant to imitate tree bark and embellishing with pine cones, acorns and oak leaves. Perfect for your Thanksgiving table. Previous fondant experience is required.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This introductory course provides the student with an overview of the Canadian Criminal Justice System with a particular emphasis on the history, function, role and organization of Canadian Law enforcement services. The operation of the criminal justice system will be examined and analysed in light of contemporary issues affecting the system. Each of the major components from enforcement through the courts and correctional services will be explored.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Focus on literary analysis (written and oral) of selected Canadian novels and short stories, with emphasis on target audience, the relevance of setting and plot in relation to Canadian culture and history, and literary devices.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explain the structure and function of government within society with a focus on the Canadian context. Critically examine the complexities of the Canadian federal system in relationship to social, political, and economic change. Investigate the influence that geography, language, religion, and ethnicity have had and examine their implications to issues of regionalism and diversity. Explore the role of political parties and the electoral system and their influence on voting patterns and citizen engagement.
Equivalents: SSCISS010 or SSCISS403
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Enhance your skills in consecutive interpreting and note taking, sight translation and simultaneous interpreting. Also covers professional comportment and the financial management skills required for work as an independent contractor. Prior to registering you must provide proof of successful completion of the CILISAT or ILSAT.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop the practice of lifelong learning through reflective inquiry and a range of professional development skills evaluating learning processes and progress. Create an e-portfolio demonstrating a deepened awareness of student learning throughout the program while archiving the integration and application of learning to the student’s work environment. Conduct a digital technology needs assessment within an organization that leads to a project proposal and presentation in Capstone II.
Prerequisites: INFOLT402 and LIBR10035 and LIBR10042 and LIBR10041 and LIBR10036 and INFO10172 and LIBR10046 and LIBR10047 and LIBR10048 and LIBR10049
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine various professional assessment instruments, their application, scoring, interpretation and limitations. Upon completion of this course there may be additional requirements needed before you have the right to purchase or use these tools. Fee includes assessment materials.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Utilize empowering casework and client support practices in the application of tasks associated with client service delivery from intake to termination. Examine principles of recording required documentation and legal implications surrounding the maintenance of the consumer case record.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: For your holiday entertaining, create a colourful and stunning table piece using the rich tones of fall. Use a variety of fresh flowers and finish the arrangement with additional touches of fruits and accessories. Ideas outlined in the materials list. Kit available or purchase your own.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: PREREQUISITE: PC304 Ceramics Intermediate 4 and PC311 Glaze Theory.
Prerequisites: CERAPC304
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: PREREQUISITE: PC401 Ceramics Advanced 1.
Prerequisites: CERAPC401
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: PREREQUISITE: PC402 Ceramics Advanced 2.
Prerequisites: CERAPC402
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: PREREQUISITE: PC403 Ceramics Advanced 3.
Prerequisites: CERAPC403
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore practical work, including preparing clay; forming coil, pinch and slab pots; throwing cylinder forms on the wheel; glazing finished work. Materials and supplies extra.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to construct hard-edged slab pots; throw bowl forms on the wheel and slip decoration techniques. Prequisite: PC201 Ceramics Foundation 1.
Prerequisites: CERAPC201
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Combine slab and coil methods; throw cylinder and bowl forms with ease and consistency; finishing techniques. PREREQUISITE: PC202 Ceramics Foundation 2.
Prerequisites: CERAPC202
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Refine your technical and design skills. Construct handles, sets of wheel-thrown mugs, jugs and clay objects by combining handbuilding and throwing techniques. PREREQUISITE: PC203 Ceramics Foundation 3.
Prerequisites: CERAPC203
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Throw bottle forms in various shapes and use slips, oxides, glazing and texturing techniques. Prerequisite: PC204 Ceramics Foundation 4.
Prerequisites: CERAPC204
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Design and construct covered jars with variations in shapes, types of lids. Design and throw a canister set with consistency in lids and lid fittings. PREREQUISITE: PC301 Ceramics Intermediate 1.
Prerequisites: CERAPC301
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Create teapots and casseroles in series with careful attention to body forms, handles, lid fit. Hand build wall tiles, plaques and murals. Prerequisite: PC302 Ceramics Intermediate 2.
Prerequisites: CERAPC302
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Design and construct four individual place settings of dinnerware, with emphasis on consistent design and decoration. Prerequisite: PC303 Ceramics Intermediate 3.
Prerequisites: CERAPC303
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Course delivery is a combination of studio work & computer lab. (first class is lab) Includes analysis, mixing, firing and evaluation of glazes, glaze/body fit, durability, cost, colour and hazards. Introduction to glaze calculation program INSIGHT. Text is available at time of the course from the instructor. Course takes place weekends (April 1, 2, 8, 15, 16, 22, May 6, 7) Computer experience necessary. OFFERED SPRING SEMESTER ONLY. PREREQUISITE: PC204 Ceramics Foundation
Prerequisites: CERAPC204
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: At the lab assistant level, basic procedures used in the collection, handling, processing and examining of specimens for chemical analysis will be studied. Urinalysis, blood glucose, and faecal occult blood testing techniques will be examined as well as any relevant automation set up and maintenance.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Examine normal growth and developmental patterns of children as they change from the neonate, through infancy and toddlerhood. Consider milestones, behaviours, abilities and emergent skills of these key periods of development. Interpret behaviour from a developmental perspective aimed at meeting the holistic needs of children within a particular stage/age range. Apply study the theories, principles and neuro-research of child development.
Equivalents: HMNSECF21
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Apply theories and principles of child development as it pertains to early childhood and middle childhood years. As we explore the changes evident in developing children from physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional perspective, consider the milestones, behaviours, abilities and emergent skills of these key periods of child development. Interpret behaviour from a developmental perspective aimed at meeting the holistic needs of children within a particular stage/age range.
Prerequisites: EDUCEC121
Equivalents: HMNSECW21
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Childhood victimization can have long-term negative impacts and shape the way a person views the world and those surrounding them. Students examine short and long-term effects of childhood victimization and gender related issues. Common myths are explored regarding children's symptoms and the effects of childhood victimization. Students gain an understanding of criminal and child welfare investigations, as well as relevant legislation and professional requirements related to reporting and documentation. Child development (ages, stages, capacities) and parental/guardian considerations are explored. Through a combination of lectures, case studies and discussions, students develop the interpersonal skills necessary to listen to and to interview children and their families. Emphasis is place on appropriate victim support and prevention recurrence.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: In this course, the student will develop an understanding of the various disabilities encountered by children and how to work with them effectively in an inclusive environment. Emphasis is placed on the caregiver's/teacher's role in planning for individual needs, while supporting the growth of the group in the child care setting.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore the styles, supplies and equipment used in Chinese Brush painting to produce basic and simple strokes.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Focus on traditional techniques for painting flowers and birds with emphasis on classical fine line drawings using colour. Prerequisite: PD101
Prerequisites: ARTTPD101
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Practice basic classical techniques used in painting landscapes. Prerequisite: PD102
Prerequisites: ARTTPD102
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Experiment with the Chinese painting techniques used to render fish and animals in classical and contemporary styles. Prerequisite: PD103
Prerequisites: ARTTPD103
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Through study of proportion and anatomy, learn to capture people of different ages in various poses. Prerequisite: PD104
Prerequisites: ARTTPD104
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Experiment with a variety of compositions, materials and methods, while working with subjects of your choice. Prerequisite: PD105
Prerequisites: ARTTPD105
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students will examine the 400 year old history of Chocolate. How chocolate can to be imported into Europe by the Spanish during the sixteen century and transformed into a sugary drink of nobility, as well as its importance to colonization , the slave trade and the Industrial Revolution.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Bring in the Holiday spirit by decorating a cake to celebrate the season! Expand on your course knowledge with a "non crusting" buttercream icing used for covering the cake and decorating with a twig wreath, winter berries and magnolias or poinsettias. Previous cake decorating/piping experience is required.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Create a very eye-catching arrangement for the holiday celebrations by using a selection of fresh flowers and fragrant evergreens. Add interesting accents for that special touch. Kit available or your own choice.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore circulation functions and issues for libraries and information services. Topics include inventory control, inter-library loan and document delivery. Copyright and health and safety issues in libraries are also discussed.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine Literacy, Mathematics and other subject areas of the Ontario Curriculum. Investigate strategies and skills Educational Assistants use to assist students' development of curriculum expectations. Demonstrate the use of concrete materials and technology that boost student achievement.
Prerequisites: EDUCEDE17 and EDUCEDE14 and EDUCEDE22
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Analyze the science behind climate change and understand important events which have shaped the climate change debate. Examine human population and understand how our use of resources shapes the business landscape. Discover the Food-Water-Energy Nexus and examine the role sustainability plays in balancing key commodities for life and business.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: 4-week clinical placement to be taken when all courses at Mohawk College and the Michener Institute have been successfully completed.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Apply MDR Theory in a full-time preceptored experience in a hospital setting.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Examine the fundamentals of CNC (Computer Numeric Control) lathes and turning centres. Enact and practice safety procedures, setup, and operate HAAS lathes. Cultivate an understanding of CNC turning as you gain hands-on experience using industry grade tools and equipment to create quality turned parts for a practical project - a functional Stirling engine (Note: the milled components of the Stirling engine are produced in MACH 10072 â€" CNC Operator - Milling). Materials included. CSA approved safety shoes and safety glasses are mandatory and are the responsibility of the student.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: An introduction to CNC programming including related mathematics, standard code, and machine tool input for 3 axes CNC milling and 2 axes CNC turning. CSA approved safety eye-wear and footwear may be required for some classes and are the responsibility of the student.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course provides an overview of how individuals can become addicted to others and relationships. This course examines the personalities of abusers and those who are abused. Students will learn how individuals with co-dependent personalities can become capable of breaking free from the cycle many get caught in.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This is a 30 hour on-line credit course. Proven and practical strategies for coaching and communicating, getting work done, resolving conflict, improving performance and developing positive working relationships are presented. Course fee includes manual.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn how to make websites and applications. Explore HTML/CSS in an interactive and hands-on learning environment using Khan Academy an online tool for learning.
Course Description: Students will determine the effects of trauma on the cognitive development of infants, children and adolescents. Students will also identify those children with trauma histories in order to limit the potential triggers within the therapeutic environment. The theories of loss and grief, as these relate to the infant, child and adolescent population will be explored throughout the course.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course provides an introduction to colour and its application to interiors. Through various projects, students work at developing skill in colour co-ordination and application in room settings.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Study colour theory, style analysis, figure analysis, and image profile to develop a well accessorized wardrobe with co-ordinated makeup shades.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course introduces students to measuring techniques for items in a commercial construction project. Utilizing Excel spreadsheets, students will interpret construction working drawings and specifications to measure items such as excavation, concrete, steel, etc. Emphasis is placed on accuracy of measurement, standard descriptions, logical sequence of take-off, and estimating principles. The parts of a detailed estimate will be identified.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Students explore various building materials and construction methodologies used in commercial construction, including durability, availability, ease of construction, and aesthetic perspective. Studies include a review of commercial construction drawings and specifications. In this online course students use a variety of learning tools including standard building practices, commercial working drawings, and trade publication websites. Students participate in readings, quizzes, research, discussions and collaboration work groups.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Create images suitable for advertising and editorial venues. Intro to commercial photo fields of small product, food, architectural/industrial, fashion.
Prerequisites: PHTOPY300 and PHTOPY225
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Communication is an introductory college level English course. Students exiting this course will demonstrate competence in grammar, sentence structure, and writing skills. Successful students in this course will develop the reading, writing, critical and analytical skills essential to them as communicators in college and upon graduation. This course teaches writing through the critical reading of various fiction and non-fiction material and brings students to college level foundation skills.
Equivalents: COMMLL002 or COMMLL003 or COMMLL004 or COMMLL005 or COMMLL007 or COMMLL008 or COMMLL035 or COMMLL043 and COMMLL044 or COMMLL111 or COMMLL115 or COMMLL131 or COMMLL134 and COMMLL136 or COMMLL140 or COMMLL141 or COMMLL888 or COMMLL923 or COMMLL949 or COMMLL993 or COMMLLA35 or LANGLL020 or LANGLL113 or COMM10045
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Focus on the communication skills required by the Food Service Worker in health care. General principles of human communication such as verbal communication and listening are explored. Students will learn effective communication skills with patients, residents, co-workers, and supervisors. Students will have the opportunity to develop writing skills and presentation skills.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Communication is an introductory college level English course. Through a variety of assignments, successful students in this course will develop the reading, writing, critical and analytical skills essential to them as communicators in college and upon graduation. This course teaches writing through the critical reading of various fiction and non-fiction material and brings students with basic skills to college level foundational skills.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students will research and present information on the many the types of communications exceptionalities (e.g. Autism, L.D., Sensory Processing Disorders etc.) and implications of these for students in an educational setting. Different strategies for supporting students with communication challenges will be shared, with a particular focus on technology and the use of IPads in the classroom. This course will cross reference related, previously-learned material (e.g. behaviour management) and other aspects of communications.
Prerequisites: EDUCEDE22
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop your professional communication skills with particular emphasis on reporting requirements, communicating inspection findings to the client, and professional conduct required of industry professionals.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop essential skills in business communications. Learn which communication mechanism is best used to communicate which message. Gain the time management and effective informal and formal communication skills needed to manage the various communication channels. Covers communication styles, mechanisms, presentation skills, facilitating meetings, social marketing and ways to improve all communications.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Communication and psychosocial issues faced by patients and families living with cancer is the focus. Topics include communication skills, developmental issues, impact of cancer on patients and families, grief and bereavement and survivorship issues.
Prerequisites: NRSGNSCC1
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: The student will evaluate case scenarios and compose professional reports consistent with the field of law enforcement and use a memo book in a manner consistent with the professional requirements of law enforcement. Additionally, the student will continue to develop such skills as: the ability to read, analyze, and summarize material relevant to the field of law enforcement; improve observation, memory, and organization skills necessary for law enforcement; report orally, consistent with testifying in court or at a community meeting; and apply proper spelling and grammar fundamentals as necessary for law enforcement.
Prerequisites: COMMLL123
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: To provide students with a greater emphasis to the importance of total comprehensation and its relevance for achieving substainable competition advantage. You will discuss up-to-date trends and practices, as well as ethical issues affecting compensation practices.
Equivalents: HRESHRM13
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop an understanding and the fundamental principles of a Microsoft Excel as applied to human resource management related problems. A series of assignments leads you through the critical issues of spreadsheet-based database design, and demonstrates the potential needs which computers have in this field.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The student will be introduced to the computerization of statistical process control functions such as histograms, control charts and data collection. This course uses spreadsheets, word processing and other quality assurance related software to demonstrate how computers can be used to effectively manage a quality system. 36 hours.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Utilize computer technology to support your small business management skills.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Analyze the prevalence of concurrent disorders and how various perspectives have historically shaped the system that supports and treats individuals with concurrent disorders. Reflect on personal values as well as intervention approaches in regards to individuals with concurrent disorders (abstinence-based versus harm reduction, medical, psychosocial rehabilitation models and recovery approach). Examine evidence-based treatment models used by professionals including group interventions.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Participate in a series of seminars to connect field placement practice with theory/best practices.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Examine the information, knowledge and skills required for effective condominium management.  Build on the knowledge gained in the Condominium Law course through the application of the Condominium Act, including amendments made in Protecting Condominium Owners Act, 2105 and other legislation in day-to-day operations.  Focusing on the practical aspects of management and communication in condominiums, the following topics will be among those covered:  the development of a condominium, the first year, preparing for and managing Board and General meetings, contracting, staff management, condominium insurance, communication, writing and negotiation, ethics, as well as dispute resolution and conflict avoidance. As of November 1, 2017, this is one of the four courses which are the educational requirements for a general license under the Condominium Management Services Act. This Act requires all condominium managers and providers in Ontario to be licensed. For more information on licensing, contact the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) at www.cmrao.ca. This is also one of the four courses which is compulsory for those managers who wish to write the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario’s RCM exam. For more information on the RCM, contact ACMO at www.acmo.org.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine the legislative framework surrounding the creation, operation and management of condominium corporations in Ontario. Protecting Condominium Owners Act, 2015 amends the Condominium Act, 1998 and introduces the licensing of condominium managers under the Condominium Management Services Act, 2015 (CMSA). Explore a range of issues affecting condominium corporations in Ontario, including consumer protection, management contracts, dispute resolution and both recent and anticipated legislative reforms. Students will also be introduced to the major players in the condominium world, including various administrative authorities and regulators. As of November 1, 2017, this is one of the four courses which are the educational requirements for a general licence under the Condominium Management Services Act. This Act requires all condominium managers and providers in Ontario to be licensed. For more information on licensing, contact the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) at www.cmrao.ca. This is also one of the four courses which is compulsory for those managers who wish to write the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario’s RCM exam. For more information on the RCM, contact ACMO at www.acmo.org.
Equivalents: LAWS10213
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This online Confined Space Entry Awareness course provides an overview of confined spaces and explains how to safely manage confined space entries. This awareness course, designed for people who enter or manage entry of confined spaces, follows the CSA 1006-10 Management of Work in Confined Spaces standard. Course must be completed by scheduled end date; run time is approximately 2 hours. You will receive information at your Mohawk College email address on how to access your course. Downloadable certificate of completion available upon successfully completing course.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Focus on building/planning codes and statutes, blueprint reading, and residential/commercial construction practices. Prerequisite: Sound math and English.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is an introduction to the principles of contract law as they relate to the construction industry. The various types of construction contracts and bidding documents are introduced and examined. This subject builds upon the principles of contract law and introduces standard forms used in the construction industry issued by the Canadian Construction Documents Committee and the Canadian Construction Association.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore the many facets of the construction industry and develop a deeper knowledge of the many factors that impact the industry. Increase awareness of various participants and stakeholders that are typically involved in a commercial construction project, as well as issues such as impact on the economy, safety, environment, and use of technology.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore the principles of critical-path project scheduling. Familiarize with the provincial and municipal acts, regulations, and permit processes associated with the building industry.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course introduces students to the concept of construction scheduling and planning. Students will explore applications of effective project planning and analysis. Topics include Gantt schedule, CPM, Critic Path Planning, Resource allocation, Cash Flow Planning, Schedule Monitoring and Productivity Factors. Students will complete a detailed schedule for a small commercial project.
Equivalents: INFO10105
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The basic structural elements of residential buildings are introduced in this course. Topics covered include codes, the construction process, and structural systems in wood, concrete, and masonry. Required textbook available from Instructor.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Examine the processes consumers go through in selecting, purchasing and using products and services. Explore the psychological influences on consumer decision making as well as the external factors that influence our behaviour. Investigate the influence consumer psychology has on the development of marketing communications through case studies and practical examples.
Prerequisites: MRKTBA250 or MRKTCB158
Equivalents: MRKTBA575 or MRKTCB375
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Course description is not available. Please contact the Academic Area.
Prerequisites: PSYCSS023 or SSCISS024
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: On completion of this course, participants will have available a wide range of tools and techniques for the practical application of Continuous Improvement in their workplace. The material will cover the standard approaches in the quality movement; (e.g. 6-sigma, TQM), plus the shift to Lean Manufacturing and the ramifications to cost, inventory and scheduling. Project Management will be introduced and the participants will undertake their own work-related project.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Define the benefits of having a contract in place, including considerations of intellectual propriety and business development impacts. Analyze the main types of contracts that are relevant to a research administrator and choose appropriate contract option. Interpret the key terms and conditions used in research funding contracts.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Join an expert chef and start your culinary journey by learning basic cooking skills. Instruction will be given on proper knife skills and handling, various cooking techniques and food presentation. Gain a new perspective on how to look at recipes to create savoury dishes that will impress family and friends.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn from a professional chef! Discover advanced methods (classic and modern) of food preparation and presentation. Covers simple to complicated dishes and creative plating methods. Become a food enthusiast and confidently make existing recipes into your own signature dish without relying on written recipes.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Join a local Chef for hands-on instruction, using international influences in a six-week session of fast, furious and mostly healthy meal options. You will be "crashing" various culinary traditions together to learn how to create your own signature dishes.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course introduces various coping strategies for individuals experiencing grief and loss. Students examine the mourning process, they survey different counselling theories and approaches and identify groups and organizations dedicated to grief and bereavement issues. In addition, emerging trends such as art therapy, journalling and online communities are presented.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Essential institutional security duties are described and practised in this module. These include duties related to: key control, institutional counts, post security, personal and area searches, inmate escorts, inmate movement control, inmate segregation, control of contraband, admitting and discharge visits and correspondence, inventory control, transportation and medications. Students are introduced in writing security reports that meet institutional standards.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Develop your knowledge of skin care, with emphasis on analysis of skin types, product knowledge, hygiene and nutrition.
Equivalents: ASTHAES02
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Today more than ever, leaders need to be creative and critical thinkers in order to deal with all aspects of organizational, strategic and societal situations or environments. Learn how to apply creative and critical thinking skills to roles in the organization, and professional and personal situations.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Beginner writers and those with previous writing experience will hone their skills, benefit from a series of exercises and get involved in creative writing and critical reading. Workshop your own exercises and stories and receive valuable critique from fellow participants and the instructor.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examination of the Canadian Criminal Code and related Federal Statutes, as well as the aspects of Civil law. Skills to navigate through the Criminal Code. Apply the appropriate laws to real life scenarios. Comprehend how a small claims civil suit is processed in comparison to a criminal process.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course will not definitively state all of the criminal law. It is designed to create a better understanding of the criminal justice system in general. Studenets will discuss the basic fundamentals of criminal law.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore the psychopathic mind and examine how and why some individuals become criminals. Study what is known about serial killers, stalkers, rapists and criminals and current techniques used in criminal profiling and questioning.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Identify the characteristics of the criminal mind. Investigate issues discussed in Criminal Psychology Psychopathic Minds and examine psychological models related to criminology.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Criminology seeks to understand the underpinnings of criminal and deviant behaviour. Examine this behaviour through sociological, biological and psychological perspectives and apply this knowledge in critical examination of Canadian and global crimes and statistics. Provides a contemporary look at victimology and restorative justice.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Apply the crisis intervention strategies and techniques used in day-to-day social service work to practice situtions.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: The focus of this course includes the normal anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular system so that abnormalities and treatments may be identified, cardiac assessment identifying heart disease, heart failure, ventricular valve disease, cardiogenic shock and cardiomyopathies and nursing interventions related to the care of the client.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This Clinical Placement with a Preceptor will give the student an opportunity to utilize knowledge and skills learned in the Cardiovascular module. The preceptor will retain responsibility for care of the patient.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Learn to care for patients with gastrointestinal and urinary problems requiring critical care including fluid and electrolyte balance.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This Clinical Placement with a Preceptor will give the student an opportunity to utilize knowledge and skills learned in the GI/GU module. The preceptor will retain responsibility for care of the patient.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Develop prerequisite skills for acquiring knowledge related to critical care issues from biologic, behaviour, social and nursing domains. A prerequisite/corequisite course for other critical care modules.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Examine the major neuromuscular problems that result in admission to a critical care setting and implementation of nursing processes for them.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This Clinical Placement with a Preceptor will give the student an opportunity to utilize knowledge and skills learned in the Neurosciences module. The preceptor will retain responsibility for care of the patient.
Delivery: Field Work| eLearn
Course Description: This Clinical Placement with a Preceptor will give the student an opportunity to utilize knowledge and skills learned in the Respiratory module. The preceptor will retain responsibility for care of the patient.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Examine conformity issues surrounding religious fundamentalism, sects, cults, and terrorist groups. Explore reasons people join, and why they may have difficulty leaving, society's role in supporting cultic groups and strategies for protecting individuals and vulnerable populations.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course introduces major concepts in culture and languages and the relation it has in shaping linguistics. It emphasizes cross-cultural techniques that are used when humans are communicating and interacting with one another. This course will place special emphasis on Sociolinguistics and the profound affect it has on our world. Students will apply and discuss concepts such as dialectology, historical linguistics and the sociology of language as they navigate this course.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Through this seminar course, students select, strategically analyze and discuss current events in business. Research is conducted by examining relevant and reputable business periodicals and journals. The analysis will include a thorough discussion of the business impact of the events in question and modifications needed to capitalize on emerging opportunities or to mitigate potential threats. Newsworthy events for analysis will be selected from the national and global business environments. By the end of this course, students will have a deeper understanding of the impact that external events can have on business performance and employee productivity.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Through this seminar course, students select, strategically analyze and discuss current events in business.Research is conducted by examining relevant and reputable business periodicals and journals. The analysis will include a thorough discussion of the business impact of the events in question and modifications needed to capitalize on emerging opportunities or to mitigate potential threats. Newsworthy events for analysis will be selected from the national and global business environments. By the end of this course, students will have a deeper understanding of the impact that external events can have on business performance.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn a systematic approach to curriculum development based on a model that includes needs assessment, learning outcomes, course outlines, lesson plans, and assessment approaches for evaluating performance. Develop a course outline and a lesson plan.
Prerequisites: EDUCTAL03
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Utilize customer relationship management (CRM) model for managing company interactions with current and future customers. Use technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Design assessment and test strategies to analyze security structure. Evaluate cyber security control testing in relationship to quality assurance processes, and assess security architectures' vulnerabilities.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Model operational and dimensional representations of data appropriate for addressing business requirements. Design, import, manage and publish meta data models for use with business analytics software.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop an understanding of software and computer models using object-relational database management system software, relational database design including normalization and design implementation using database management systems and SQL queries.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Examine the role of relational databases in library and information work. Learn to create a database, enter and edit records, search for information and create simple reports. MS Access 2016 required.
Equivalents: INFOBW105 or INFOBW130
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore and learn about a broad range of deciduous shrubs suitable for the modern landscape with emphasis on landscape use, cultural requirements and their ornamental value. Field trips included.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Explore and learn about a broad range of deciduous trees suitable for the modern landscape with emphasis on landscape use, cultural requirements and their ornamental value. Field trips included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Apply the skills learned in Dementia theory courses in a clinical setting.
Prerequisites: COMM10335 and COMM10336 and HMNSDEM03 and LAWSDEM04 and HLTH10223 or COMM10335 and COMM10336 and HSCI10223 and LAWSGER51 or COMM10335 and COMM10336 and HSCI10223 and HSCI10231
Equivalents: CLINDEM05
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Examine elements and principles of design including line, colour, texture and space, through slides, lectures, and projects.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Continue to experiment with the principles and elements of design, through self-directed learning, in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: PG101 Basic Design and Colour 1.
Prerequisites: ARTTPG101
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Focus on personal expression and continued experimentation with colour and design, through self-directed learning, with guidance from instructor. Prerequisite: PG201 Basic Design and Colour 2.
Prerequisites: ARTTPG201
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: This is an introductory course, students are taught about the foundations of design. Topics include the principles and elements of design and the tools of visual design. Students will learn how to apply the right combination of these to design projects that visually communicate ideas in an effective manner.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course will cover the details required to plan and design kitchens and bathrooms for today’s homes. The history of these two rooms will be reviewed and how they have changed in importance in our homes. The student will learn the basics of cabinet styles, lighting requirements, appliances and current trends in kitchen and bathroom design. Through learning minimum space requirements, counter and backsplash options and work triangles, they will be able to achieve a practical and functional application to planning these important rooms.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Here's your opportunity to explore a new area of floral design working with a variety of exotic flowers, greens and artificial floral material. Various arrangements will be created that are unique, bold, dramatic and contemporary looking in style. The care and handling of exotic flowers will be covered in detail with an introduction to corsage work. Kit available. PREREQUISITE: FLORFC001 & FLORFC004.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop a foundation for designing and maintaining a geographic information system and become familiar with existing databases, standards, and industry practices for data management.
Prerequisites: INFOCVA03 and INFOBW105 and INFOBW205 and INFOBW305
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: New and aspiring supervisors develop skills in building, leading, and facilitating teams. Group problem-solving receives special attention. Participants learn how various team structures can help organizations make the most of their human resources.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Identify relevant stakeholders and potential collaborators. Analyze and align funding requirements with appropriate funding opportunities. Evaluate proposal requirements such as: human resources, project timelines, equipment, research outcomes, reporting, and budget requirements. Develop effective funding proposals.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Building on fundamentals of C# programming, this course introduces students to Web application development and database connectivity. Coursework emphasizes how to create the basic, dynamic, and advanced ASP.NET pages in Microsoft's new C# programming language, and how to interact with the database using ADO.NET.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Utilize assessment skills and counselling techniques with a variety of approaches that are client centred.
Delivery: eLearn
Course Description: Describe the human growth process from conception to death in terms of social, emotional, physical, and intellectual functioning and examine the various theories of human development. Explain the nature-nurture debate, identify behaviour patterns that are abnormal for a particular developmental stage, and apply theoretical perspectives to explain normal and abnormal behaviour patterns throughout the human lifespan. Identify and describe positive environmental factors that can promote growth throughout the lifespan.
Equivalents: PSYCSS144 or PSYCSS283 or HMNS10010 or PSYC10004
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The student will learn about basic diabetes education and techniques of adult education. They will design and deliver lessons to clients and evaluate both teaching and learning.
Prerequisites: HLTH10046 and HLTH10223 or HLTH10235 and HLTH10223
Equivalents: HLTH10057 or WORK10146
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Explore learning styles and readiness to learn in patients with diabetes. Examine the adult educator's role and effective teaching strategies, and learn to design lesson plans and evaluation techniques.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Address the disease process and management and control of diabetes to reduce the risk of complications. Examine essential elements of diabetes control - balance of food, physical activity and medication.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine special issues related to diabetes and long-term complications. Consider diabetic pregnancy, gestational diabetes, and diabetes in children, adolescents and the elderly. Explore the design and evaluation of Diabetes education programs. Prerequisites: HLTH10028 or new course HLTH10234 Living with Diabetes
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: The course covers the following: Empirical Equations, Conics, Differential Calculus including: applications in linear motion, tangents and normals, curve sketching, max/min, rel