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Course Description: Prepare and meet the requirements for upcoming Autism and Behavioural Science field placements.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Adult academic upgrading in English to grade 12 equivalency, including LBS Level 3-5 and ACE. Students develop an individualized training plan to guide them in preparing for college programs/other training programs, employment or personal improvement.
Course Description: Adult academic upgrading in Mathematics to grade 12 equivalency, including LBS Level 3-5 and ACE. Students develop an individualized training plan to guide them in preparing for college programs/other training programs, employment or personal improvement.
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 portable document formats (PDFs).
Prerequisites: MCOM10232
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.
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.
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: Explore non-motorized modes of transportation and their associated facilities. Investigate pedestrian and cycling transportation initiatives and master plans. Discover how walking and cycling modes serve the mobility needs of the urban environment.
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: 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: This is an introduction to the operation and maintenance of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment for building operators. In this course you will cover refrigerants, chillers, controls, instrumentation, condensers, and cooling towers. You will also study heat pumps, absorption systems, energy conservation and heat recovery.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the basics of bookkeeping including: journals, ledgers, worksheets, and financial statements.
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: MyCanvas
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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Develop advanced bookkeeping skills including: partnerships, corporations, capital assets, bonds, and financial analysis.
Prerequisites: ACCTBZ019
Equivalents: ACCTCB101
Delivery: MyCanvas
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: MyCanvas
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: 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.
Delivery: MyCanvas
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.
Delivery: MyCanvas
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: Students learn basic management techniques, delegating, team building, measuring performance, planning for safety, and work related legal aspects of the service industry.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Gain an overview of the role of an automotive service advisor. Learn to identify and maintain high standards of customer relations as well as study sales techniques, interpersonal skills, effective communication, provincial legislation governing auto repair, and the effective use of labour rate guides.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
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: MyCanvas
Course Description: This course is a requirement for all prep-program students (except piano players.) It provides instruction to enable the musician to play the piano at an approx. level of Grade 1 Royal Conservatory of Toronto. Students may attempt an exemption from this course by signing up for the Piano Exemption Examination held during the first week of September.
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: MyCanvas
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: Projecting the audience of a TV schedule, selecting the most targeted radio format, or scheduling infomercials to achieve the highest return on investment. All are covered in as you learn to construct efficient buys in both television and radio.
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.
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.
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: Challenge your comfort zone! Work with an established/recognised potter to interpret, investigate, push personal boundaries, experiment with process and/or assembly through a series of clay ‘projects/sketches’. Bring own clay/buy from studio. Work will not be kept/fired at Mohawk.
Delivery: Classroom
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
Course Description: 4-week clinical placement to be taken when all courses at Mohawk College and the Michener Institute have been successfully completed.
Prerequisites: CLIN10034
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Apply MDR Theory in a full-time preceptored experience in a hospital setting.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: This course provides the opportunity to explore and develop the skills needed to prepare you for success in a college environment.
Course Description: Start your journey to College with this credit course that will start you on your path. Learn what to expect in a college or university environment, with special focus on time and stress management, overcoming barriers, critical thinking, and planning next steps. This course provides a holistic approach to education and includes traditional and cultural teachings.
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: 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: 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: 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.
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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Interpret contract documents during construction. Examine the psychology of supervision, planning and scheduling, leadership, staffing, coordination, management by objectives, sub-trade management, job meetings and job administration.
Course Description: Develop a photo gallery of images to create an independently directed, multiphase semester design project.
Course Description: This course will address the various types of crime, criminals and theories used to explain this behaviour. The key research and trends in Canadian crime will be examined with a view to students developing a critical understanding of crime in Canadian society.
Delivery: MyCanvas
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: 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: 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: 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: 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
Course Description: Learn to assess, plan, implement and evaluate nursing care in critical care setting for patients with respiratory difficulty, using enhanced knowledge of pathopsychological processes.
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: 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: With Cybercrime at an all-time high it is no longer an option to forgo cyber security even in a small business or at home, everyone is at risk. Intro to Cyber Security is focused on small business and home owners who want to learn how to better secure their home or small business networks against cyber threats. In this course you will gain knowledge on cyber threats and vulnerabilities and how to protect against them.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Deaf Empowerment Program provides academic upgrading, communication skills in reading and writing, mathematics, basic computer skills, job skills, personal development skills in problem solving independence and self-management.
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.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: The course covers the following: Empirical Equations, Conics, Differential Calculus including: applications in linear motion, tangents and normals, curve sketching, max/min, related rates, differentiation of transcendental functions and Newton Raphson.
Prerequisites: MATHMS265
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Interested in Drones? Curious as to how drones work and how to fly one? Want to see how using a drone could help you in your business, or just for fun? Come out to our Drone Introduction workshop to see what can be done with drones, and to learn more about our RPAS courses. Instructors will demonstrate flying outside (weather permitting); students participate in basic flight control manoeuvers during indoor exercises
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: By the completion of the course, the student should have a sound understanding of motion (kinematics) of particles and rigid bodies and their kinetics using forces and accelerations, work and energy or impulse and momentum methods where appropriate. They will also understand and apply the fundamentals of simple harmonic motion to relevant problems.
Prerequisites: MECHMC322 and MATHMA383
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Practice teaching experiences and observation of young children in this entry to practice placement will occur in a variety of early learning and care settings. In these settings, students will engage with children, families, staff, and other professionals. Outcomes of this course are to expand the student's teaching techniques and to provide opportunities for practical application of program related content.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Building on the skills from the previous three placements, students will have opportunities to pursue their special interest and passion in an alternative placement experience. In these varied settings, students will engage with children, families, staff, and other professionals. The Essential Employability Skills outcomes are the focus of this placement.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Practice teaching experiences and observation of young children in this entry to practice placement will occur in a variety of early learning and child care settings. Students will be supported throughout their field placement experience while examining Pedagogy of the Early Years with focus on the four foundations: belonging, well-being, engagement, and expression. Working within a team, building professional connections, and developing authentic relationships with children will be a focus.
Course Description: Students will continue to practice observing children and plan experiences related to their interests and developmental ability. Students will be supported throughout their field placement experience while examining Pedagogy of the Early Years with focus on the four foundations: belonging, well-being, engagement, and expression. The importance of professional development will be a focus.
Prerequisites: WORK10159 or HMNS10088 and WORK10083
Equivalents: HMNS10089 and WORK10084
Course Description: Practice teaching experiences and observation of young children in this entry to practice placement will occur in a variety of early learning and child care settings. Students will be supported throughout their field placement experience while examining Pedagogy of the Early Years with focus on the four foundations: belonging, well-being, engagement, and expression. Working within a team, building professional connections, and developing authentic relationships with children will be a focus.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Emotional intelligence is an individual's ability to recognize, understand and manage their feelings and those of others. Personal and professional success can be enhanced through strong emotional intelligence. Emotions guide all we do; in this workshop you will learn the power of harnessing your emotional intelligence to enrich your life. Facilitated by Linda Marshall, President of Marshall Connects Inc. and author of Giving Back: How to Find Your Personal Joy and Give Back To Others, this 10 hour workshop will be delivered over 6 weeks in two 3 hour in-class collaborative sessions plus 4 convenient 60 minute online webinars. Earn a certificate of completion.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the psychology of the learning process and the design, implementation, and evaluation of training programs within organizations.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: A basic mathematics course covering the following topics: Algebra, trigonometry, complex numbers, logarithms, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of linear equations, sine and cosine waves.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: The course covers the following: Review of differentiation & Integration, First and Second Order Differential Equations, Application in Circuit Problems, Laplace Transforms, and Laplace Transform Method for Solving Differential Equations, z-transforms, Fourier Series
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Using a practical, vocation-oriented approach, you will focus on meeting the requirements of effective communication. You will practice writing, speaking, reading, listening, locating and documenting information, and using technology to communicate professionally. Students will develop and strengthen communication skills that contribute to success in both educational and workplace environments.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Successful students in this course will begin to develop high intermediate to advanced (CEFR B1.2-B2.1) listening, speaking, reading and writing skills essential to them as communicators in college. Students will learn to apply listening and reading strategies to formal authentic/academic lectures and texts. They will deliver a formal academic presentation and write both summaries and a formal, research based, cause & effect essay.
Course Description: The course will offer a careful examination of the process of entrepreneurship, concentrating on both theoretical styles and practical approaches. The course will address the following topics: business trends and entrepreneurship, the market and the target customer, competition, promotion, location analysis, management and personnel, financial requirements, preparing a business plan, buying a business and buying a franchise.
Equivalents: BUSNBA532 or BUSNBA537
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Develop the knowledge and skills you need to establish your own business. Examine contemporary expressions of entrepreneurism and entrepreneurism, your role and contribution to the changing workplace, global business and the completion of a business plan.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course builds on the general principles of national citizenship and environmental citizenship and focuses on both conversation of and planned sustainable use of the planet's resources, as well as the recognition that environmental health is a prerequisite to human health. Environmental citizenship is a personal commitment to learning more about the environment and to taking responsible environmental action. This course is a journey into adopting attitudes and behaviours that foster global environmental responsibility.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Read drawings and measure quantities of building projects, concrete, earthwork, structural steel, reinforcing steel and masonry.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students will be introduced to the study of Ethics and the case study method. Cases will be drawn from real business situations and cases will be discussed using research papers, and other real examples.
Equivalents: BUSN10100
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn to use Microsoft Excel to create and format spreadsheets in order to analyze data and make more informed business decisions. You will discover how to create, edit, format and print workbooks, use mathematical formulas and functions, create and format charts and shapes, insert images, and cut, copy and paste data.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course is designed to teach advanced topics of MS Excel. Students will learn how to create and manipulate advanced spreadsheets and be able to manipulate data, work with templates and styles, connect to external data and links, review and protect workbooks, create custom formats and layouts and create advanced formulas. Foundational knowledge of Excel is recommended.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Introduces the user to advanced features such as working with multiple worksheets and workbooks. Creating/deleting worksheets, creating a formula that links more than one worksheet and or workbook.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: PivotTables interactivety rearrange large amounts of data into different views in order to make sense of the information that you have. Use Outlines to group data and easily creatw totals by groups.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Workshop participants will be able to automate repretitive tasks using Microsoft Excel macros feature. Reduce the number of keystrokes by using macros to speed up your production and reduce time spent on spreadsheets.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This hands-on course allows users to create a graphical view of their worksheet data using Excel's Chart feature.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Automate your worksheets through the use of absolute referencing, formulas and build in functions: such as average, minimum, maximum, count, date, if scenarios.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Participate in real world learning experiences through a variety of experiential learning opportunities such as field placement, industry projects, and/or business case simulations. Apply knowledge and skills gained in academic studies to enhance skills and to establish or refine professional and personal development goals in an experiential learning environment that ensures access to leading industry practice.
Course Description: Participants will explore viable and exciting career opportunities in the Food and Beverage Processing Sector while developing knowledge about essential employability skills and continuing education.
Course Description: Learn about the family work approach and related skills including engagement, assessment, intervention and termination. Intervention with individuals will be contrasted with a family systems approach which views human behaviours as expressions of family interactions, dynamics and structures. Family dynamics will be explored as factors in the development and maintenance of various types of problems that present for professional help.
Equivalents: HMNSCC532
Course Description: This course is field placement in the Autism and Behavioural Science field.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: This course will provide a practical opportunity to demonstrate some of the vocational outcomes below. The placement will consist of 210 hours of participation in an ABA / IBI program for children with ASD. The student will further develop their technical skills through application of their knowledge gained in the prerequisite courses. In addition to implementing a further range of treatment plans, students will be required to critically evaluate ongoing interventions within the placement. Students will continue to have the opportunity to observe and practice the ethical application of behavioural principles / techniques.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Students will have opportunity to collaborate in a supportive environment with peers while preparing requirements for field placements.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Compete for, experience, analyze and evaluate a field work practicum.
Prerequisites: LAWS10202
Course Description: Broaden your educational experience to include the varied services of different types of libraries. Supervised experience in libraries is essential in the development of library skills. Before registering, and to obtain important information, visit ce.mohawkcollege.ca/library and submit a placement planning form.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Broaden your educational experience to include the varied services of various types of libraries in a different type of library than your first placement. Supervised experience in libraries is essential in the development of library skills. Before registering, and to obtain important information, visit ce.mohawkcollege.ca/library and submit a placement planning form.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Many human resource management decisions represent important inputs to an organization's plans and operational results. In order to be able to make well rounded decisions, it is critical for human resource managers to understand measurement bases and reporting methodologies used in accounting and to appreciate the accounting dimension in the management of personnel functions.
Equivalents: ACCTBA101 and ACCTBA303 and ACCTBA506
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine the financial management of condominium corporations. Topics covered include: the accounting process, financial administration, General Ledger and coding, Financial Statements (FS), presenting FS to the Board, understanding and preparing budgets, Reserve Funds, the Audit, investing and borrowing. Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word required. 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: Study the application and enforcement of the Ontario Fire Code and develop skills for conducting comprehensive fire safety inspections in a variety of occupancies.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Benefit from the opportunity to observe and implement foot care within scope of practice to clients in a residential setting.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: You will gain confidence in the knowledge and application of the French language by using simple structures and vocabulary. You will learn to express physical, emotional and personality attributes as well as 'how' to formulate basic questions to obtain this information. The reading of short articles brings to light family life in a French culture, the customs and activities related to family celebrations in Canada and around the world.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: You will sustain development of language skills by extending vocabulary with regard to all activities after work such as weekend chores, leisure, and sports including holidaying abroad. The grammatical structures at this level continue to be simple. Through systematic exercises, you become more confident and you will move on from level 1 present tense and near future to the past tense. You will be able to share more extensively life at home as well as describe a real or imagined past holiday in a French speaking country.
Course Description: A CSA/OHS-Compliant Training Class Online for Front-end Loaders (Wheel loaders, Payloaders). I-CAB Recognized. This course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training. This class covers an introduction to the equipment, stability, maintenance and inspections, hazards, safe operation, forks, attachments, and more. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Establish a solid foundation with a Unix operating system. Construct ans execute well formed UNIX commands. Install end-user applications. Customize the user environment. Work with UNIX directories and files. Create and troubleshoot shell scripts.
Course Description: An innovative, 4-module dementia-care curriculum based on a person-centred approach to care. The curriculum is evidence-based, interactive, and practical. This course allows students to understand responsive behaviours, so that they can effectively and appropriately respond in a workplace setting. GPA also includes respectful self-protective and gentle redirection techniques for use when catastrophic behaviours do occur.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course examines various retaining structures, shallow and deep foundations, geotechnical structures, and pavements. Design criteria, safety factors, stability and soil consolidation are applied to the design of structures.
Prerequisites: MATLCV504
Course Description: Design rural and urban roads using computerized road design software.
Prerequisites: TRANCV571
Course Description: You will learn some of the most important topics of HTML, from the basics of creating Web pages with graphics and links, using tables, and controlling page layout with frames, to more advanced topics including cascading style sheets, adding pre-written JavaScript to your HTML documents, creating a multimedia Web page, and creating a Web page with forms.
Course Description: Students learn the principles and techniques of effective human resource planning. Particular attention is devoted to the assessment of organizational needs, the utilization of HRIS and the design of action plans by which staffing goals will be met.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Learn about Indigenous people of Canada to dispel stereotyped myths in this self-guided online workshop. Increase awareness of key social, cultural or political issues that affect Indigenous peoples.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Explore Power Circuits with Switches, Rectifiers; Commutation; Choppers and Inverters. Analyze Power converters as applicable to control of AC and DC machines.
Course Description: Recognize ergonomic problems and their potential adverse effects, as well as pragmatic solutions which can be used to address these problems. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: The focus is on menu planning as it relates to an institutional kitchen. You will learn how to interpret various menus to decide if the menu items are within the capability of your institution, and to identify appropriate cooking methods. Adapting recipes to specific quantities, as well as portioning food according to the specifications of your institution are also covered. Also, maintaining appropriate inventories of foods and calculating food costs.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore instructional techniques, resources and classroom management strategies that challenge adult learner. Design and deliver a lesson online. A microphone is required for some course assignments. Prerequisite: EDUCTAL03
Prerequisites: EDUCTAL03
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This is a 4 week short course specifically for Registered Massage Therapits. Motor Vehicle Accident and Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) claims provide great opportunities for Registered Massage Therapists in Ontario. Advance your knowledge and expertise in insurance reimbursement for Auto Insurance and WSIB cases. The Health Claims for Auto Insurance (HCAI) website will be reviewed as well as processes involved in submitting the Ontario Claims forms (OCFs) and working with the Minor Injury Guideline. The WSIB Programs of Care and submitting WSIB forms will also be taught. Best practices and strategies will be demonstrated to decrease the complexity and time required for the insurance reimbursement.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This Calculus course covers: Integration Concepts and Rules with Applications including Surface of Revolution, Centroids, and moments of Inertia. Prerequisite: MATHMA383
Prerequisites: MATHMA383
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students are provided with an introduction to the basic theory and skills which are necessary for effective interviewing and counselling. A microskills approach to intentional counselling will be taken. Throughout this course, the student will use role-play situations to practice skills, concepts and methods designed to develop concrete competencies in interviewing and counselling.
Course Description: This course is intended to build and expand upon the foundation of counselling skills introduced and practiced in Interviewing Skills 1. Students will be introduced to various higher order skills as measured by the interpersonal influence continuum, including confrontation, interpretation and focusing. In addition, students will be introduced to a variety of major theoretical perspectives on counselling, including the person-centered, cognitive behavioural and brief therapy models. Emphasis will be placed on experiential learning and students will have the opportunity to integrate theoretical concepts with their emerging counselling skills.
Course Description: This course is a continuation of Semester one. Students will improvise on various common chord progressions, including blues, and various "standards," incorporating simple and advanced voice-leading techniques and chord-scale applications. Students will work to incorporate non-harmonic tones into their improvisations.
Prerequisites: MUSCMU015
Course Description: Examine small business principles and entrepreneurship and develop certain entrepreneurial skills that are important for successful small business ownership. Explain the historical and political context of small business in Canada. Develop knowledge and skills related to identifying opportunities, business networking, time management, the business plan, small business market research, franchising, and risk management. Identify your entrepreneurial potential and begin to build a professional development strategy / career path to realize this potential.
Course Description: Examine the primary purpose and function of Canada’s laws and legal system. Discuss the sources and kinds of Canadian law, why and how laws are created and changed, and explore the rights, freedoms, and responsibilities of Canadian citizens. Outline the role of victims in the legal process, and compare Canada’s legal system with judicial systems around the world.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: This course will include an introduction to Chemistry and Biology which is comparable to Ontario grades 9 and 10. Students will gain an understanding of various science concepts.
Course Description: Examine the history and development of children's literature and its varied forms and techniques. Explore major authors and important issues presented in this genre. Note: May involve material that is explicit and/or offensive to some.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course will familiarize students with both the hardware and software of their computer system. Graduates will be able to use the most common functions of the WINDOWS operating system including the WINDOWS Explorer program for file management and will be able to identify security risks and protect their computers from malware. Graduates will be able to build properly formatted documents using Microsoft Word and spreadsheets including correctly functioning formulas using Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Works is NOT acceptable for use in this course.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This 42 hour on-line course provides an understanding of technology, business concepts and issues that surround electronic business on the Internet, current practices & opportunities in electronic shopping, distribution and collaboration. Problems such as security, authentication, privacy, encryption, safeguarding of intellectual property rights, acceptable use policies & legal liabilities will be covered. PREREQUISITE: MS FrontPage & FTP Software. Text not included.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Always wanted to know what Excel is all about? This workshop will introduce the new user to the world os spreadsheeting through Excel.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This online course will provide a solid foundation covering key aspects of horticulture, landscaping and grounds maintenance. Develop skills to identify, select and maintain plants, shrubs and trees. Learn the principles of hardscaping and softscaping to create harmonious surroundings. Investigate principles and best practices in grounds maintenance. Work at your own pace to complete course requirements in this continuous intake model program.
Course Description: Students will memorize and perform chord-scales and arpeggios commonly used in jazz improvisation, including the common modes of major, melodic minor and harmonic minor.
Course Description: Industrial relations in Canada is a rich and enlightening study. In this introductory course, you will gain a good grasp of industrial relations terminology and concepts, the historical development of the Canadian industrial relations system, contemporary trade unionism and collective bargaining.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Assess and discuss the relationships between transportation engineering and the land use planning process in Ontario, the implementation of municipal planning and basic planning and development design concepts.
Course Description: This course introduces students to the principles essential to understanding contemporary macroeconomics issues. Emphasis is placed on the use of economic models to analyze economic developments accurately and objectively. Students examine the macroeconomic problems facing society such as unemployment, inflation and economic growth. Students will also evaluate government use of fiscal and monetary policy to deal with these problems.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This online course will provide a solid introduction to best practices in the manufacturing and processing sectors. Develop a better understand of manufacturing principles including health and safety, print reading, measurement systems, quality, manufacturing processes and procedures and basic maintenance awareness. Develop knowledge relating to industrial trades including those of machinist and millwright. Work at your own pace in this continuous intake course under the guidance of experience faculty.
Course Description: The basic principles of general project management that are covered include creation of work breakdown structures, using network diagrams and Gantt charges, preparing budgets, controlling resources and project termination, The techniques are based on a study of the typical project lifecycle.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore the scientific study of mental processes and behaviour, including the concepts of normality and abnormality. Investigate the biological basis of human experience, sensation and perception, learning and memory, and the nature of consciousness. Examine personality theories, health and stress, and various psychological disorders, including their etiology and treatments.
Equivalents: PSYCSS126 or PSYCSS157 or PSYC10005
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Introduction to the world of radio broadcasting, the history, various formats, research techniques, philosophies, audio transmission and the complexities of radio as a business.
Course Description: Develop customer service skills and techniques in preparation for a career as a technical support specialist. Topics will include defining, managing and maintaining service levels. Develop and demonstrate process management and implementation skills through both case study and on-line customer support tools.
Course Description: The skills taught are listening, speaking, reading and writing. The course prepares individuals for further academic studies, employment and settlement. The LINC course covers CLB 4-8.
Course Description: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Certification is a capstone course where participants apply Black Belt theory in an actual project, the successful completion of which results in Black Belt Certification. Students must select and complete a Black Belt level project defined as an improvement initiative which extends across the enterprise through multiple processes or departments. Project guidance and weekly coaching sessions are led by a certified and experienced Master Black Belt. Students must submit a project report for assessment and achieve a minimum of 70% to achieve Black Belt Certification. Blended delivery (20% in class; 80% project).
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Theory builds on the facilitation experience of the Green Belt to examine more complicated or cross-functional improvement initiatives. It is designed for individuals who want to advance their abilities in Lean Six Sigma focusing on enterprise level improvement initiatives and is a pre-requisite for those wishing to pursue Black Belt Certification. Participants will apply the phases of Lean Six Sigma DMAIC problem solving to business problems at a Black Belt level involving multiple processes and/or multiple departments. Advanced statistical concepts are coupled with Minitab/Excel instruction to facilitate data-driven decision making. Passing Grade - 70%. Blended delivery (50% in class; 50% on line).
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification is a capstone course where participants apply Green Belt theory in an actual project, defined as an improvement initiative within one process or department, resulting in Green Belt Certification. Project guidance and one on one coaching sessions are led by a certified, experienced Master Black Belt. Students must submit a project report for assessment which meets requirements to achieve Green Belt Certification. 5% one on one coaching, 95% project.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Theory provides a focus on the facilitation of Lean Six Sigma Kaizen events. More advanced than Yellow Belt, it is designed for individuals looking to develop their leadership skills in continuous improvement and is a pre-requisite for those wishing to pursue Green Belt Certification. Participants will learn about the history and principles of Lean and Six Sigma through practical application of theory, methods and tools including applying the phases of Lean Six Sigma DMAIC problem solving to business problems. Introductory statistical concepts are coupled with Minitab/Excel instruction to facilitate data-driven decision making. Passing Grade - 70%. Blended delivery (50% in class; 50% on line).
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt is an introduction to Lean Six Sigma principles, methods and tools. It is designed for individuals looking to increase their knowledge of Lean Six Sigma but are not yet ready for certification. Participants will learn about the history and principles of Lean and Six Sigma and basic statistical concepts that apply to solving business problems. Blended delivery (50% in class; 50% on line).
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: After a prohibition that has been in place for almost 100 years, the Canadian government will legalize the recreational use of cannabis in 2018. This will make Canada only the second country in the world (behind Uruguay) to do so at a national level. Students will examine the history of cannabis within Canada, develop insights into the factors behind the decision to legalize, discuss the findings of the Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Task Force, and explore the emerging legal framework surrounding the personal use of cannabis. Note: Must be 19 years of age to register.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explore opportunities to bring more local food to foodservices in colleges, universities and healthcare facilities. Learn the skills you need to develop local food purchasing programs. Designed by leading industry experts.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Examine management challenges and strategic issues related to orientation and training, job analysis, appraisal and self-assessment, compensation and benefits.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Explain how nonverbal communication supports a verbal message during one-on-one interaction. Examine effective communication techniques used by human service professionals to resolve conflict.
Equivalents: SSCI10040 and CONFSS426
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Examine marketing strategies and their role in achieving organizational objectives. Focus on marketing process and environments; planning and data collection; buyer behaviour and targeting strategies; and marketing mix.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Practice basic mathematic and problem solving skills required for college-level technology programs. Investigate various topics including: Rational Expressions, Graphing and Systems of Linear Equations, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, and Geometry and Mensuration.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: A higher level math course which covers topics in Empirical Equations, Analytical Trigonometry, Differential Calculus Rules and Applications and Newton-Raphson method.
Prerequisites: MATHMS271
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course covers formula rearrangement, ratio, proportion and variation, quadratic equations, analytic geometry, logarithmic equations, and empirical equations.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course covers matrix algebra, logarithmic equations, variation, quadratic equations, analytical geometry, and defining the derivative.
Prerequisites: MATHMS173
Equivalents: MATHMS273
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Perform and interpret geometry and mensuration calculations. Investigate, examine and solve applied problems involving system of linear equations, quadratic and polynomial equations, analytical geometry and logarithms.
Prerequisites: MATHMS171
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Review order of operations, exponents, algebra, and re-arranging formulas. Equations, trade and cash, discounts, markup/markdown, and break even analysis.
Equivalents: MATHMA110
Delivery: Math Learning Centre| MyCanvas
Course Description: This 56 hour course covers the following: Percents, Unit Conversions, Algebra, Equations, Geometry and Mensuration, Trigonometry, Graphing and Consumer Mathematics.
Equivalents: MATHMS171
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Perform calculations and unit conversions. Investigate, examine and solve applied problems involving algebra, right triangle and oblique triangle trigonometry.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: A math course which covers graphing techniques, technical compilation, algebra, linear equations, and introduction to logarithms, trigonometry and vectors.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Perform and interpret geometry and mensuration calculations. Investigate, examine and solve applied problems involving system of linear equations, quadratic and polynomial equations, analytical geometry and basic descriptive statistics.
Prerequisites: MATHMS171
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Review math techniques and learn new mathematical tools to deal with problems and procedures in electrical theory and practice.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: A math course which covers graphing techniques, technical computation, algebra, linear equations, introduction to logarithms, trigonomentry and vectors, and system of equations.
Equivalents: MATHMS165
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Practice basic mathematic and algebraic skills, including numeracy and problem solving, as preparation for college level math courses in the business and technology programs. Investigate various topics including: Integers, Exponents and Order of Operations, Solving First Degree Equations, Simplifying Polynomial Expressions, Factoring, Ratio and Proportions, Percents, and Unit Conversions.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Learn new mathematical techniques relating to specific areas in electrical theory and practice.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course is designed to further the student's ability to apply mathematical concepts and analysis to construction â€" related problems. Students will expand their algebraic skills, construct graphs and understand linear equations. The course will also include oblique triangle, analytical geometry and basic statistics as it applies to the construction field.
Prerequisites: MATHMS144
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course is an introductory math course for computer students that covers the following: Binary, Octal, Decimal and Hexadecimal Number Systems, Boolean Algebra including Truth Tables and Boolean Laws, Computer Arithmetic, Graphing, and Basic Algebra and Mathematics Review.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course should provide the student with the skills required to perform basic construction related calculations involving: Whole and Decimal Numbers, Fractions, Percentage, Exponent, Geometry, Mensuration, Algebra, and Trigonometry.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Explore the concepts of positive psychology and diversity, investigate social issues in the Hamilton area, and review some important social action movements through hands-on learning. Identify an issue in the local community, then plan and present a community action project combining the principles of positive psychology, diversity, and community action to create awareness around the issue.
Course Description: This 56 hour course covers: Computations and Unit Conversions, Algebra, Right Triangle Trigonometry, Linear Equations, Graphing and Systems of Equations and Quadratics. Prerequisite: Grade 12 Math (C or U)
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: This course covers Logarithms, Complex Numbers, Sine Waves, Oblique Triangles and Vectors, Analytic Geometry and the Rate of Change (Delta Process).
Prerequisites: MATHMS165
Equivalents: MATHMS265
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Gain real world experience in the application of theory from previous courses. Demonstrate a broad scope of interventions used in mental health nursing and analyse the client, family, and team perspectives in various community or hospital environments.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Explore principles essential to an understanding of contemporary microeconomics, with emphasis on the use of economic models for accurate analysis of economic developments. Examine the role of prices and competitive markets in the allocation of resources, firm behaviour and market structures and the effects of government intervention in the economic marketplace. Equivalent to: ECONEB122.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: When successfully completed, the apprentice will be able to: use measuring and checking instruments; use vertical milling machine, tooling and accessories; mill surfaces, shapes and forms; counter bore/spot face holes; drill holes.
Course Description: Planning, design, construction, operation and maintenance of sewage, drainage and waste water treatment systems.
Prerequisites: ENVRCV403
Course Description: Discover the universal and enduring presence of myths and legends. Examine creation myths, hero/heroine myths, dominant archetypes and other topics to develop insight into how a distant past connects to our contemporary world.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course provides the technician with an understanding of the terminology, symbols, formulae and concepts of basic mathematics. Covering: fractions, decimals, percents, powers, roots, algebra, ratio & proportion, mensuration, geometry, and Trigonometry as they apply to machine technology.
Equivalents: MATH10029
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Learn how to de-escalate a potentially violent individual using techniques devised by the National Crisis Prevention Institute. This course is designed for anyone who faces potentially explosive situations on a daily basis. Cost of book is included in course fee.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the nutritional effectiveness of various diets and food additives. Examine the role of food in maintaining health and reducing the risk of illness and learn to evaluate claims made by food faddists and food vendors.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course introduces students to the basic principles of nutrition and the role of nutrition in the health care environment. Current nutrition recommendations for fat, fibre, vitamins and minerals and weight control will be discussed. Special considerations for nutrition throughout the life cycle will also be explored.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course focuses on the basic principles of diet therapy. Several therapeutic diets are discussed, as well as tube feedings and commercial preparations.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Integrate knowledge and skills learned in Obstetrical Nursing 1 (Advanced) in a Level 1+ or 2 perinatal nursing care setting (post partum, labour & delivery, antepartum clinic, antenatal diagnostic unit etc. Mohawk College Medical Clearance and current Neonatal Resuscitation Certification (NRP) are required.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Integrate knowledge and skills learned in Obstetrical Nursing 2 (Advanced) in a Level 2+ or 3 perinatal clinical setting. Mohawk College Medical Clearance and current Neonatal Resuscitation Certification (NRP) are required.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: This course will provide a comprehensive introduction to the Occupational Health & Safety Act. Students will gain a good grasp of all the pertinent legislation included in this Act.
Equivalents: ENVROH101 and LAWSOH301 and SAFEOH302 and ENVROH304 and LAWSOH307
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Introduces the operating room environment and the role of the OR attendant. Includes: the OR team, communication skills, medical terminology and basic anatomy, infection control, microbiology and infection control, patient positioning, surgical equipment and instrumentation, environmental cleaning practices and workplace safety.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Utilize OR Attendant theory and skills in a hospital laboratory experience.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Focus on surgical terminology, specialty equipment and related anatomy for the surgical specialties: Ortho, Neuro, Plastics, Ophth, ENT, Thoracic, Vascular & Cardiac.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Functioning effectively as a member of a team or department within an organization demands understanding of the conceptual framework and some key behavioural skills. In this course, you will develop a range of individual and interpersonal skills, with emphasis on group problem solving; leadership, power and influence; conflict resolution; group dynamics and intergroup functioning.
Equivalents: PSYCBA371 and BUSNBA571
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Hone essential business communication skills with emphasis on writing clear reports and documentation, making effective presentations, and enhancing interpersonal skills.
Course Description: Enhance your knowledge and develop skills in working with clients/caregivers in a hospice palliative care setting. The placement is tailored to your identified learning needs. Mohawk College Medical Clearance is required.
Prerequisites: COMM10084 and HSCI10082 and HSCI10083 and HMNS10016 and HMNS10017
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: This course will provide an overview of the Parts Management Customer Service functions within Automotive Dealerships, focusing on the integral part they play in ensuring smooth functioning of the service department. Students will be familiarized with several types of software and electronic resources used in sourcing and ordering automotive parts, maintaining inventory and performing shipping and receiving operations. An emphasis is also placed on customer service skills which are required throughout the automotive sector.
Course Description: Examine maintaining payroll records, salaried, hourly, commission and contract workers; taxable benefits, statutory and other deductions; preparation journal entries; Record of Employment preparation; T4s and T4 Summary preparation; Workers' Compensation; Employment Standards; and Computerized Payroll.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Apply knowledge and skills of pediatric nursing acquired from prior nursing modules in a preceptored clinical placement. Focus will be on provision of care to pediatric patients and their families in a community setting.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: As an independent, ancillary member of the health care team the PNSW will be able to act as an advocate for the women and families whom they support. Working in collaboration with other members of a woman's health care team the PNSW can create the most appropriate and personalized emotional, educational and physical support for mother, baby and family. The PNSW will also be able to deliver perinatal education to new and expecting parents.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course is a basic study of analytical techniques and research and design methodology relating to human resource information systems.
Course Description: Create dynamic web pages and client-side web apps using JavaScript and jQuery. Create web pages with custom content and server-side web apps using PHP and SQL. Develop a full stack web app making use of JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, SQL, and AJAX.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the physical aspects of the total site, and how to get the most economical life out of the common elements through good maintenance practices.  Examine residential condominium structures, proactive and predictive maintenance, appropriate management practices for effective day-to-day building management, and the handling of emergency situations.  Investigate heating, air conditioning, ventilation, electricity, building envelope, plumbing systems, life safety systems, elevators, performance audits and reserve fund studies, and grounds-keeping from a condominium management perspective.  Determine when to call in professionals and how to work with them, problem-solve within the physical building environment, and effectively communicate issues and solutions to the Board. Review the basics of condominium manager licensing so that managers are aware of their obligations under the Condominium Management Services Act. 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: Solve numeric problems and interpret data related to health sciences. Develop mathematical concepts, including algebra, unit conversions, linear, exponential and logarithmic equations.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Ear Training skills developed through singing and dictation drills. Introduction to solfege. Intervallic and basic chord recognition both in aural and visual form. Rhythmic exercises include whole, half, quarter and eighth notes with conducting and counting aloud for rhythmic accuracy.
Course Description: A continuation of studies begun in Ear Training 1, this course is designed to develop students' ability to read and transcribe music, through the use of solfege, conducting and music dictation.
Course Description: To develop basic mathematical skills and problem solving abilities and to prepare students for College Apprenticeship Program. Modules covered are Fractions, Decimals, Percents, Unit Conversions and Mensuration.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: To develop basic mathematical skills and problem solving abilities and to prepare students for College Business programs. Modules covered are Operations with Numbers, Basic and Intermediate Algebra, Equations, Graphing and Systems of Equations and Percents.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: To develop basic mathematical skills and problem solving abilities and to prepare students for College Technology programs. Modules covered are Operations with Numbers, Basic and Intermediate Algebra, Equations, Graphing and Systems of Equations and Percents, Trigonometry, Unit Conversions, and Geometry and Mensuration.
Delivery: Math Learning Centre
Course Description: Meet all the requirements for placement.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Learn a variety of printmaking on clay techniques, including lino cut, photo lithography, monoprinting, and screenprinting. Develop imagery and textures through these techniques to create interesting surfaces for your ceramic pieces. Beginners and advanced students welcome!
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Demonstrate Professional Networking skills essential to success in any industry. Discover tools and techniques used within Fortune 500 Companies to enhance the impact and delivery when communicating with peers, colleagues, and other professionals in industry. Develop strategies for life long learning and professional development.
Course Description: Build a foundation for learning and practicing the discipline of Software Engineering and the application of tools and methods to produce and maintain quality software systems. Develop essential skills to create software structures and logic. Develop knowledge and disciplines which are transferrable to any computer-based software problem.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course focuses on how to design, develop, and implement interactive and user-friendly software within the Microsoft .NET environment. An object-oriented approach to programming is used to develop both console and GUI applications. Core topics covered expand upon the concepts of classes, data encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. Program designs may incorporate interfaces, data structures, and/or generic collections. Where used, Windows forms will introduce the concept of event-driven programming, touching on form navigation, data entry validation, and database processing.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Design object-oriented apps in Java that make effective use of encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, association, and arrays of objects. Create desktop apps that display graphics and use Graphical User Interface components to communicate with the user. Implement apps that allow the user to open, view, and modify the contents of text files. Extend programming and problem solving skills developed in Programming Fundamentals to the Java programming language.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Explore the core ideas and skills a coder needs when programming on any platform with any language. Focus on the most important languages like JavaScript, C, Ruby, and Python. You will learn what these different languages are good at and why you might pick one over another. Goals include: recognizing what is common across all of these languages; identifying what the program is doing under the hood; and making sense of the buzzwords and jargon that you cannot avoid when programming.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Apply the fundamentals of project management to the field of information technology. Utilize Project Management methodologies according to the Project Management Institutes PMBOK, (Project Management Body of Knowledge). Demonstrate an understanding and application of scheduling, scope, budgeting, risk assessment, critical path and resources through case studies.
Course Description: By learning to use a typical project management software program, the student becomes familiar with functions of project planning and scheduling, resource allocation and costing, progress monitoring and reporting.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Apply the skills practiced in Lab 2 in a clinical setting.
Prerequisites: HSCI10235 and HSCI10188 and HSCI10236 and INFO10288 and CLIN10088 and HSCI10246
Equivalents: CLIN10075
Course Description: This course focuses on the cooking principles and methods for preparing food in large quantities. In addition, the nutritional components of each food will be reviewed to ensure students are aware of the quality and nutritional values of various foods, and methods for maintaining nutrition throughout food preparation and service. Various food types will be examined including meat and alternates, bakery products, cold prepared items, egg and cheese recipes, milk products, soups, stocks and sauces. Major cooking equipment will also be discussed.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: QuickBooks Online (QBO) is a cloud-based accounting software program. Students will learn the difference between QuickBooks Pro and QBO before utilizing program features. Students will explore and apply key features, including: tracking and communicating customers, invoicing, supplier management, profitability analysis, payroll, HST management and reporting. Additionally, students will explore a 3rd party application integration. Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic accounting and Windows.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Clinical experience will provide the opportunity to apply perioperative nursing theory and laboratory experience in a full-time preceptored experience in an Operating Room Suite in a variety of surgical services.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Recruitment and Selection, if conducted properly, can make a tremendous contribution to the overall effectiveness of an organization. This course examines the different means of recruiting applicants, the various screening techniques available and how to ensure that the accumulated information concerning the candidate is critically assessed in making the selection decision.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Designed to meet and exceed Transport Canada’s Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) Pilot Knowledge Requirements (TP 15263) this training covers the knowledge required to conduct advanced flight operations with small RPAS (drones) in Canada. Upon successful completion, students will be able to confidently challenge the online Transport Canada certification exams.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: This course includes 50 hours of independent RNFA clinical time for perioperative nurses in the first assistant role. Students will take an active part in determining objectives, identifying learning resources, and evaluating attainment of goals. Clinical hours will focus on RNFA activities in preoperative and postoperative patient care, utilizing the student’s learning contract (developed in Theory 2). Examples include time with an infection control nurse, pathologist, radiologist, and postoperative rounds with the surgeon mentor as well as office visits. Learning assignments during this semester are designed to enhance learning experiences and reinforce knowledge. On-line support and communication with peers and faculty is available during this timeframe. Students can work at their own pace and complete requirements within the semester.
Course Description: Upon successful completion of NRSG 10041, students return home and may begin the RNFA Surgeon Mentor Internship at their facility of employment with permission. This internship should be completed in conjunction with NRSG 10046. This course consists of 175 surgical assisting hours with a chosen surgeon preceptor. During this time students perform in the intraoperative role of the RNFA and document their learning experiences. Evaluation is based on completion of assignments, clinical case logs, and clinical experiences. Learning assignments during this semester are designed to enhance learning experiences and reinforce knowledge. Students can work at their own pace and complete the requirements within the semester.
Course Description: Discover the preparation, in-flight and post production techniques to understand aerial photography and video for RPAS - Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems - also known as drones. Topics include pre-flight planning, shooting strategies, maneuvering, file formats and Adobe Photoshop, plug-ins and Adobe Lightroom post production tips. Course is delivered in-class.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Integrate knowledge and skills learned in RPN Maternal, Newborn and Family Care Theory courses in a Level 1 or 2 perinatal clinical setting (antenatal clinic, maternal child unit, nursery, L&D-observation only). Mohawk College Medical Clearance and current NRP are required.
Prerequisites: NRSG10123 and HSCI10163
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Clinical experience will provide the opportunity to apply perioperative practical nursing theory and laboratory experience in a full-time preceptored experience in an Operating Room suite in a variety of surgical services.
Delivery: Field Work
Course Description: Focus on preventing food-borne illness within health care institutions with emphasis on legal requirements, food handling, contamination control, quality assurance, fire safety, injury prevention, and basic first aid.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This 42 hour on-line Science Fiction course shows you other worlds. It describes possible future societies and the problems lurking ahead. It also shows how human beings can and do create these future worlds - that our future is in our hands. Science fiction stands as a bridge between science and art, between the engineers of technology and the poets of humanity. Text extra. Final exam.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine protocols, procedures and techniques for interpreting in various settings. These include the courts and legal settings involving child victims/witnesses, health care setting and the domestic violence sector.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Identify hazardous conditions and unsafe practices that can lead to slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Develop skill in using mechanical design automation software for advanced modeling, drawing and assemblies. Explore the full power of Solid Works with a focus on Mold Design, Sheet Metal, Weldments, Animator and edrawings.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Learn to understand and support special needs populations (e.g. pediatric, geriatric, psychiatric and transplant) in the critical care setting. Develop skill in critically appraising research that supports nursing practice.
Course Description: Basic Life Support Provider Level. Complete intensive training, according to Red Cross Standards, WSIB (ON) approved. Designed to meet training requirements of community or industry personnel. A prerequisite for many college entry programs (e.g. MedRadSciences, CVT, DCS, OTA/PTA, PSW, ECE, CYC, ES, Fire Fighters, etc.). First Aid Valid for 3 years. CPR valid for 1 year. No refunds or transfers after course start date. CPR book, certification card fee and pocket mask included.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Collection, organization and presentation of data; Descriptive measures; Probability; Discrete and continuous probability distributions; Sampling distribution of the mean and confidence intervals of one mean; Hypothesis Testing; Regression and Correlation. The statistics package MINITAB will be used and MyMathLab.
Prerequisites: MATHMS173
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Analyze mechanical and structural systems requiring the use of analytical problem solving skills coupled with prerequisite knowledge in the areas of statics, properties of materials, and applied mathematics. Evaluate structural members subjected to tension, compression, torsion, and bending using fundamental concepts of stress, strain, and elastic behavior. Determine transformations of stress and strain, combined loading, stress concentrations, statically indeterminate problems including thermal effects, shear and bending in beams, deflections of beams, pressure vessels and stability of columns.
Prerequisites: MECHMC322 and MATHMA383
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students will gain an understanding of the importance of how to deal with both positive and negative stress in their lives. By using the wellness perspectives each student will gain more insight into how they can control both internal and external stressors.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This is an introductory course to federal income tax in a Canadian setting. Students will gain an understanding of the underlying objectives and principles of income taxation. Topics include employment income, business income, income from property, investment income and capital gains. Personal tax returns for individuals will be completed both manually and using a tax preparation software program.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Examine historical, theoretical, cross cultural, and life cycle perspectives on human sexuality. Discuss gender relations, body image, sexual diversity, arousal and response, mating, dating, and interpersonal attraction, interpersonal communication, sex education, sexual health or risk, and issues of power or intimacy.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Theory to Practice 2 is a co-requisite to Early Childhood Education Field Placement 2 (WORK 10131) in which students will be supported throughout their field placement experience. This course will build upon the study of the Pedagogy for the Early Years with focus on the four foundations: Belonging, Well-Being, Engagement, and Expression. Working within a team, building professional connections and developing authentic relationships with children will be studied in this course. The importance of professional development will also be examined.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: Theory to Practice 3 is a co-requisite to Early Childhood Education Field Placement 3 (WORK 10132) in which students will be supported throughout their field placement experience. This course will further enhance students understanding of Pedagogy for the Early Years with focus on the four foundations: Belonging, Well-Being, Engagement, and Expression. Working within a team, building professional connections and developing authentic relationships with children will be studied in this course. Professional networking will be an integral part of student's learning.
Delivery: MyCanvas
Course Description: This course covers the basic theoretical approaches to more complex tonal harmony, like that typically found in late 18th-century and 19th-century western classical music. It focuses primarily on harmonic, rhythmic and formal analysis, utilizing and furthering analytical techniques studied in earlier harmony classes. Incorporating more chromatic harmonies, the course also introduces more complex reductive techniques.
Course Description: This online Traffic Control Persons for Construction course explains the techniques, equipment, and legal requirements for traffic control persons in a construction environment. It explains the importance of wearing the proper protective equipment, how to control traffic effectively in a variety of construction scenarios, and lays out general safety and legal requirements. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Perform capacity analysis, evaluation, and design of free flow transportation facilities.
Course Description: Assess traffic control signal operations and timings in accordance with the Canadian Capacity Guide for Signalized Intersections (CCG). Utilize intersection capacity analysis software for traffic control signals analysis and design.
Prerequisites: TRANTR301
Course Description: Understand the basics of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Canada regulations and how to recognize and handle dangerous goods. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: This course provides high school credit bridging for 19-21 year old individuals.
Course Description: When successfully completed, the apprentice will be able to identify and describe: use measuring and checking equipment; parallel turning and facing operations using a chuck; centre drilling of workpiece; parallel turning to should and facing between centres; turn external tapers/angles; cut chamfers; cut external screw threads.
Course Description: Build the basic skills required to deploy and administer Unix and Unix-like systems in a networked environment.
Course Description: Explain why treatment is so important to the life of equipment. Examine the importance of knowing what water treatment is, its effects on equipment and the terminology of water treatment.
Delivery: Classroom
Course Description: Students will develop skills in MIG and TIG welding.
Prerequisites: WELD10029
Course Description: Educate everyone in the workplace, including workers, employers, and suppliers, on the new WHMIS 2015 revised standards for hazardous materials in Canada. 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: MyCanvas
Course Description: Learn to use MS Word 2016 for Windows, a word processing package that has the convenience and efficiencies of pull-down menus. Learn to create, edit, format and print documents. Use paragraph, page, and character formatting commands. Create multiple page documents with table and desktop publishing with MS Word 2016.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Emphasis is on the study of the signs and symptoms of the major mental illnesses, including bipolar disorder, major depression, schizophrenia, and personality disorders. There will also be discussions about eating and sleeping disorders, stress and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Prerequisites: PSYCSS330
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: This course explains the rules of English grammar in a comprehensive, easy-to-follow manner. It begins with a review of sentence parts, moves on to an in-depth explanation of sentence structuring, and culminates in a practical review of stylistic conventions in business writing.
Delivery: OntarioLearn
Course Description: Participants are sponsored and funded by WSIB to receive Academic Upgrading and Student Advisor support through the College & Career Preparation Department. Upgrading subjects may include (but is not limited to) Communications and Mathematics.
Course Description: An estimated 54% of companies have experienced cyber attacks in the last 12 months. In this hands-on workshop students examine the impact of phishing, malware and hacking. Students will also have the opportunity to apply simple and proven strategies to prevent access to sensitive information as well as how to develop an incident response plan. (Corporate training opportunities are also available - contact cetechnology@mohawkcollege.ca).
Delivery: Classroom