Semester 2 Dual Credit Course Descriptions
PLUMBING –Tools & Piping Methods (PLUM-1022) London
This course will provide an introduction to the student with various hand and power tools. The student will learn to join dissimilar materials while constructing piping projects displaying various drains, wastes, and vents and waterline applications.
SHEET METAL PRACTICAL (SHMT-1004) London
This course will enable the student to gain an understanding of the purpose, construction and operating principles of developing fittings and products; selecting materials, calculating cut sizes, shaping metal to specified dimensions, joining and utilizing appropriate finishing procedures. Students will also set up and operate hand brakes, foot shears, power brakes, power shears, roll forming equipment, rotary bench machines, punching and notching equipment, slitting equipment, drill presses, rotary cutting equipment, power rolling equipment, abrasive and friction cutting equipment.
WOMEN in TRADES - Residential Roofing, Framing and Building Services (CONS-1053) London
In this course, students will apply residential building knowledge in a hands -on project based learning environment. Floor, wall, roof framing and basic electrical components techniques will be the main focus of study. Female Only Course
CHILD DEVELOPMENT (ECED-1050) London
This course emphasizes child development as the foundation for the practice of early childhood education. It presents research and theories that enhance our understanding of how young children develop and learn, and inform observations and interactions with children.
PARAMEDICS: Introduction to Emergency Services: Para medicine (PARA-1014) London
In this course, students are taught by active duty Paramedics working for rural, urban and helicopter-based Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Students will receive an overview of Emergency Services with a focus on Para medicine and Emergency Medical Services. Students will learn through didactic and practical simulated education in the Paramedic lab and in the college ambulance(s). Students will be involved in a practical full day exercise with realistic simulation of a mass casualty incident involving active duty Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Paramedics and allied workers.
PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES (PHOT-1008) Digital Photography London
Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of Photoshop as a tool to edit their images. The main focus will be learning how to manipulate, enhance and colour correct their images. Practical exercises will demonstrate skills learned in class. Students will learn to produce good quality black and white and colour digital images and prints.
PRACTICAL PHOTOGRAPHY (PHOT-1062) London
This course is a practical introduction to small format digital camera techniques and colour and B/W printmaking. The emphasis will be on learning different camera settings to control exposure and image quality. This is a project course whereby students demonstrate practical camera skills, knowledge and photographic competency by submitting regularly scheduled (maximum of 10) photographic assignments. Students will also have the option of producing a first semester portfolio.
FASHION VISUAL MERCHANDISING 1 (MRCH-1001) London
Students will learn and apply the principles of colour, design and visual merchandising techniques to display fashion products and hard goods to help generate sales. A collaborative team environment allows for experimentation in two and three-dimensional window display design, using merchandising and store planning techniques, theories, props and tools of the trade within a cost effective budget.
RADIO RULEZ! An Introduction to Radio Broadcasting (RADO-1039) London
This course will introduce the student to the radio broadcasting industry with emphasis on various disciplines in a practical setting. Students will have the opportunity to work on one of Fanshawe College's radio stations.
CANADIAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM (PFLP-1002) London
Police, courts, and corrections, are the trinity that constitute the Canadian criminal justice system. This course will enable the student to understand the history, roles, and organization of the major criminal justice agencies in Canada as well as the process by which laws are made and enforced at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.
CRIMINAL and CIVIL LAW (PFLP-3001) London
This course examines the legislative and judicial basis of our criminal and civil law with detailed discussion of a variety of both civil and criminal law issues and topics. The course is lecture based with no prescribed text book. Consequently, the student will be required to develop note taking, legal research, organizational and analytical skills to identify, interpret and address legal issues from the viewpoint of both citizen and law enforcement officer. The student will interact with others in a study group and learn to contribute to and establish effective working relationships to achieve goals which are both personal and common to all group members.
ECE PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT (PSYC-1009) London
This course will introduce the concepts of bias-free values and respect for diversity, as foundations for effective interpersonal relationships. Through this course, students will assess personal values and beliefs that influence attitudes towards and relationships with children, families and colleagues. Sensitive, effective and supportive communication methods will be identified and practiced within the classroom setting. Skills and attitudes required for collaborative professional interactions will be emphasized throughout.
TECHNICAL PRACTICES 1 (MOTP-1046-DC) Motive Power London (Tuesdays AMDSB)
This course will provide an in-depth study related to fasteners, bearings, seals, sealants, oxy-acetylene heating and cutting, electric arc and MIG welding, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Fluid Power Systems, Cabs and Controls Systems and Truck, Trailer and Articulating Coach Combinations are also part of this course study. Note, this must be taken with MOTP 1047.
TECHNICAL PRACTICES 2 (MOTP-1047-DC) Motive Power London (Tuesdays AMDSB)
This course will provide an in-depth study of the applied procedures related to fasteners, bearings, seals, sealants, oxy-acetylene heating and cutting, electric arc and MIG welding, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. Applied procedures related to fluid power systems, cabs and controls systems and truck, trailer and articulating coach combinations are also part of this course study. The student also learns to solve applied problems, perform laboratory experiments, write lab reports and analyze performance tests according to manufactures’ recommendations. Note, this must be taken with MOTP 1046.
TRADE SAMPLER CONSTRUCTION (CONS-1053) Residential Roofing, Framing and Building Services London
In this course, students will apply residential building knowledge in a hands -on project based learning environment. Floor, wall, roof framing and basic electrical components techniques will be the main focus of study.
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES (MOTP-1048) Motive Power Sampler London
This course outlines the basic introduction to propulsion systems used in the automotive, truck, and aircraft industries. Outcomes cover the various aspects of safety in the workplace, engine fundamentals, and design. Propulsion systems include controls for fuel delivery within four-stroke, gasoline, diesel, and turbine engines. Note this must be taken with MOTP 1049
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES 2 (MOTP-1049) Motive Power Sampler London
In this course students will be able to identify various engines and fuel system components, and monitor the operation within different lab settings. Note: this must be taken with MOTP 1048
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING-BASIC (WELD-1044) St Thomas
This course is designed to train the students in the use of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW, TIG) process at the basic level. Students will be expected to weld ferrous metals using the GTAW process at the basic level by selecting the appropriate machine, power source, appropriate welding accessories, preparing material for welding, performing preparatory grinding and cleaning operations.
Introduction to CUTTING & STYLING (AEST-1048-DC) Woodstock & ST. Michael’s Stratford TT
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to recommend and perform a basic layered and blunt haircut based on a client’s hair texture, profile and body type to meet the client’s specifications. The student will be able to recommend styling products as well as creatively style their hair using a variety of modern techniques including braiding and styling tools.
PAINTING (ARTS-1079) London
An introduction to the historical and modern perspective of first nation’s arts. An overview of the symbolism, patterns, and stories told through aboriginal art will be covered. In addition, students will learn the fundamentals of design, composition and colour, materials and techniques to produce their own works of art. Course content will include lecture and demonstration, with a primary focus on practical exercises.
SCULPTURES (ARTS-1080) London
Explore the world of 3D! Learn ancient and contemporary techniques for creating original objects in three dimensional space. This course will provide a general introduction to the carving of stone. You will develop a working knowledge of the material, the tools, safe handling issues and the methods used to complete a carving. Beginning with a study of the properties of the stone, you will produce a simple piece and progress to making an approved sculpture of your choice. The development of your own personal style will be encouraged.
PRACTICAL WIRING & CODES (ELEC-1115) London
This practical wiring course covers the installation of wiring systems used in residential, commercial and/or industrial settings using 2012 Canadian Electrical Code standards. Students will design, install and test circuits for lighting, power and control applications. Relevant regulations and codes that identify proper installation practices, correct design specifications, and personal safety requirements will be studied.
RENEWABLE ENERGY WIRING PRACTICES (ELEC-3060) ST Thomas
This course will provide students with practical wiring exercises involving installation, wiring, and troubleshooting of electrical devices and equipment used in, but not specific to, wind turbine and solar photovoltaic control systems. Related topics include safety, component installation, mounting configurations, system start-up, and system maintenance. Students will complete wiring projects which will develop their workmanship and familiarity with the Canadian Electrical Code as it applies to industrial electrical installations. Projects will focus on electrical power distribution techniques as well as some control system wiring incorporating components such as relays, control transformers, motors, starters and electronic devices.
ESTHETICS MAKE-UP ARTISTRY LEVEL 1 (AEST-1043) -Woodstock London & Stratford
Students will learn the fundamentals and theory of natural day, evening and bridal makeup applications. Learn how to analyze facial features and perform corrective make-up techniques. Emphasis is on practical demonstration and experience
MANICURE PROFESSIONAL BASIC MANICURE/SPA MANICURE (AEST-1040) London
Students will learn the anatomy and physiology of the hand and arm, sanitization and sterilization. With professional conduct how to perform a basic and spa manicure, with proper cuticle care, clipping and filing. Learn applications of hand treatments such as paraffin, exfoliation and mask. Various polishing techniques such as French and American manicure will be demonstrated.
Acting (Drama) ARTS 1078 Mitchell MDHS TT
This is an introduction to the study and practice of the fundamentals of acting, with an emphasis on the basic elements of neutral mask, character mask and zone of silence/improvisational work and physical theatre. Skills are learnt through explorative and imaginative exercises which engage the whole body and imagination. The student will discover the strength and simplicity of communication through truth of gesture and spatial awareness. Students will share their work with classmates as required. Assessments will be made primarily on the demonstration of the work arrived at based on sequentially paced class exercises to build acting skill attainment.
TV Studio Operations and Production (TVSN-1063) London
The student will receive group hands-on practical training on the mechanical and electronic function of various television operational equipment including; studio camera, video, field camera, switcher, audio, character generator, server and lighting. The student will also receive practical operational experiences in broadcast production procedures and industry practices within a cooperative team-oriented learning environment and will have an opportunity to apply their hands on training during productions throughout the term.
Normal growth and Development (PSYC-1088) ST Thomas
This course will provide students with an opportunity to understand normal growth and development, from conception through adolescence, in terms of physical, cognitive, social, emotional and moral development, from the perspective of the Child and Youth Worker.
Computer Aided Design (CADD-1058) ST Thomas
This course is designed to introduce the student to two and three dimensional CAD (computer aided design) using Solidworks software. Topics will include: set up of user interface, file management, creating and editing two dimensional sketch geometry, creating solid models, analyzing and editing geometry to ensure compatibility for use in toolpaths, and creating engineering drawings.
Avionics Tools and Procedures (AVIA-1049) London Jazz Hangar
This course is the study of general tools and tools specific to aviation and how they are safely used
on the materials of the aircraft industry.
Gasoline Engine Principles (MOTP-1062) ST Anne’s Clinton TT & MDHS
Note MOTP -1062 & MOTP- 1063 must be taken together as a two credit package. This course covers all aspects and operation of internal combustion engines. Course content includes discussions on spark ignition engines, design features and operating principles, with special emphasis placed on new current engine technologies. The study will also include engine performance and effects, fuel flows and requirements, thermodynamics, heat transfer and friction, efficiency and emission control devices.
Diesel Engine Principles (MOTP-1063) ST Anne’s Clinton TT & MDHS
Note MOTP -1062 & MOTP- 1063 must be taken together as a two credit package. This course covers all aspects of the design and operation of internal combustion engines. Course content includes discussions on compression ignition engines, design features and operating principles with special emphasis placed on new current engine technologies. The study will also include engine performance and effects, fuel flows and requirements, thermodynamics, heat transfer and friction, efficiency and emissions control devices.
Baking Basic Practical (BAKE-1005) London
This course will provide the student with an understanding of all practical basic preparation methods and general terminology related to the pastry department. The student will prepare basic pastry and pies, cookie dough, sponges, custards, pudding, meringue and bread.
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