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St. Clair College Dual Credits

WINTER 2015 – WINDSOR (SOUTH) CAMPUS    
FALL CLASSES WILL RUN 15 WEEKS THURSDAYS FEBRUARY 19 – JUNE 4

BAKING & PASTRY ARTS LEVEL 1  - Thursdays: 1pm-5pm
College Course Code: FSA165       Ministry Course Code:  TUE4T
College Course(s): Culinary Management
Students will learn the basic skills required to produce a variety of cakes, pies, pastries, breads and desserts. The proper use of baking equipment, terminology, ingredients and mixing techniques will be taught through theory, lecture and practical assignments in a baking lab. Evaluation techniques for taste, texture and visual appeal will be taught to ensure students understand the importance of baked goods as a menu item. Practical skills will be mastered through extensive production of baked goods according to recipe specifications.

BASIC WELDING PROCESS & FABRICATING   - Thursdays: 1pm-5pm
College Course Code: WLD243       Ministry Course Code:  TLL4T
College Course(s): Mechanical Engineering Technology - Industrial
An introductory course designed to provide a general knowledge of commonly used thermal metalworking processes such as welding and cutting. This course also has a practical element to develop competencies in shielded metal arc welding in the flat position, oxy-fuel welding, brazing, hard-soldering and cutting. Theory and shop demonstrations will also provide a basic understanding of G.T.A.W. and G.M.A.W. processes and equipment. Interpretation of weld symbols, metal preparation and forming, layout, fitting, and finishing skills will also be introduced. Students will have the opportunity to get CWB (Canadian Welding Bureau) certification in Flat Position Structural Steel Welding.

COMMUNICATIONS AND CUSTOMER SERVICE    Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  HOS140         Ministry Course Code:  N/A
College Course(s): Hospitality Management – Hotel & Restaurant
With the important role communication plays in delivering the best possible service in the hospitality field, students will learn the techniques necessary to plan and complete a variety of verbal and written communications tasks. Applied knowledge of group dynamics, active listening, team building, and dispute resolution skills will be learned and practiced. Students will recognize their contribution to guest services and customer satisfaction and the roles they play in the success of a hospitality operation. This course also incorporates the Service Excellence program and awards the Service Excellence certificate upon successful completion.

DRIVE TRAIN STANDARD TRANSMISSION I   Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  MPI119        Ministry Course Code:  n/a
College Course(s):  Motive Power (Automotive Mechanic)
This course will provide an in-depth study of the design features, operating principles, static and dynamic test procedures of standard gear transmissions and driveline systems. The student will also learn to evaluate systematic problems logically, describe and perform service repair operations.

ELECTRICITY 1 - Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code: ELC 012          Ministry Course Code:  TNK4T
Campus: South Windsor            SHSM Connection: Construction
College Course(s): Mechanical Engineering Technician - Industrial    
A basic level Electrical course which teaches simple residential circuits, basic principles of electricity, Ohm’s law, installation wiring, tools & equipment, and electrical code through theory and practical labs. This course is developed for mechanically oriented trades such as machine repair/build and millwright.

FASHION DRAWING   Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  FAS 100        Ministry Course Code:  N/A
College Course(s): Fashion Design
An introduction to the basic anatomy of the human body is an essential foundation to fashion drawing. Students will gain an understanding of the structure, balance and movement of the human form and how it is incorporated into fashion images. Emphasis is placed on visual awareness and its relationship to perspective and proportion. Students will be introduced to the concept of sketching designs and garments in the flat form rather than on the fashion figure. Students will develop drawing skills and rendering techniques using markers, pencils and water colours. Live models will be introduced at appropriate times.

FIREFIGHTING & APPARATUS      Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  PSF113            Ministry Course Code:  n/a         
College Course(s):  Pre-Service Firefighter Education and Training
This course provides an overview of the Ontario Fire Service, the professionalization process for firefighters in Ontario, fire and emergency services organizations, and the roles and responsibilities of employees. In particular, it focuses on the knowledge, attitudes and skills required of a professional firefighter. In addition, legislation and firefighter safety practices are emphasized. Course content will focus on Fire Grounds Communications, Common Tools and Equipment Raising and Lowering Firefighting Equipment (Ropes & Knots), Ladders & Illumination) and Fire Apparatus (Emergency Vehicles, Pre & Post Incident Inspection).

FUNDAMENTALS – PHOTOJOURNALISM   Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  JRN152        Ministry Course Code:  JGH4T
College Course(s):  Journalism
This course will introduce the student to the fundamentals of the photographic process, especially as related to photojournalism and the creation of images for mass media. The course includes basic photographic terminology, some theoretical concepts and regular critiques. Students will be expected to use personal digital cameras to produce images of publishable quality for college publications and similar.

HEALTH & WELLNESS FUNDAMENTALS - Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code: HCE125N      Ministry Course Code:  PPI4T
College Course(s): None
The course presents four main subject areas that will help students interested in Health and Wellness professions to become certified in those subject areas. Upon completion the student will receive certification in First Aid, CPR, Oxygen Therapy, WHIMIS, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, and Basic Infection Control.

HOME RENOVATION TRADE SKILLS - Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  BDT210      Ministry Course Code:  TSP4T
College Course(s): Carpentry or Woodworking Techniques
This course introduces the student to the design, planning, layout and construction components needed to layout and erect a simple structure such as a garage or shed or even an addition to an existing structure. The student will be required to conform to site specific safety practices and regulations while performing construction tasks, such as wearing personal protective equipment, proper hoisting and rigging techniques and fall arrest.

PROFESSIONAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I- Thursdays: 1pm-5pm
College Course Code: OAG170      Ministry Course Code:  TRG4T
College Course(s): Office Administration
The purpose of this course is to build computer skills designed for the office professional.  In this introductory level, students will be introduced to basic computer terminology, Windows operations including use of Microsoft Explorer, as well as basic functionality in Word and PowerPoint applications.

INTRO TO ECE  - Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code: ECE 117       Ministry Course Code:  TOQ4T
College Course(s): Early Childhood Education         
This survey course is designed as an introduction to the profession of Early Childhood Education. It reviews the history of the profession and introduces the student to major philosophies of early education. This course emphasizes the role of the Registered Early Childhood Educator (R.E.C.E.) in providing quality care. Adhering to legislative requirements, designing schedules and learning environments will be discussed.



WINTER 2015 –  THAMES/CHATHAM CAMPUS:
FALL CLASSES WILL RUN 15 WEEKS THURSDAYS FEBRUARY 19 – JUNE 4

CONFLICT MANAGEMENT    Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  PFP405        Ministry Course Code:  BON4T
College Course(s):  Police Foundations & Border Services
Crisis Intervention is designed to foster confidence and competence when dealing with potentially violent situations.  The student learns to recognize behavioural responses to crises and respond with non-violent resolutions through verbal and non-verbal intervention.  Areas explored will be suicide, domestic violence, addiction, bereavement, violent behaviour in institutions and children's reaction to crises.

FOUNDATIONS OF EXERCISE TRAINING     Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code:  FFL104          Ministry Course Code:  N/A
College Course(s): Fundamentals of Fitness Leadership (NEW)
Student learn the fundamentals of proper exercise training and conditioning principles and techniques in order to increase fitness, maximize performance, and minimize injury when designing exercise programming though lectures and practice demonstrations.  Students gain knowledge of how to increase fitness, maximize performance, and minimize injury when designing exercise programming. Topics of student are based on the guidelines of the National Strength and Conditioning Association, American College of Sports Medicine and Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.

HEALTH & WELLNESS FUNDAMENTALS    Thursdays: 1pm-4pm
College Course Code: HCE125N      Ministry Course Code:  PPI4T
College Course(s): None
The course presents four main subject areas that will help students interested in Health and Wellness professions to become certified in those subject areas. Upon completion the student will receive certification in First Aid, CPR, Oxygen Therapy, WHIMIS, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, and Basic Infection Control.



SPRING 2015 –  LEVEL ONE APPRENTICESHIPS:
APPRENTICESHIP CLASSES WILL RUN 8 WEEKS MON-FRI -  APRIL 27-JUNE 19

Course is tuition free and all materials, transportation and room and board (for students outside of Windsor) will be provided. Successful student will earn up to 2 secondary credits as well as their level 1 apprenticeship completion. Students must have a signed training agreement in these trades through OYAP to qualify.

There will be a mandatory Apprenticeship Orientation night on April 1, 2015 for all registered students.

BRICK & STONE – LEVEL 1 APPRENTICESHIP    
College Course Code: 401A         Ministry Course Code:       TSZ4Y
Campus: South Windsor         Length: 8 weeks (240 hours)        
Brick & Stone Masons (401A) prepare and lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone and other masonry units to construct, erect and repair structures such as walls, partitions, patios, arches, paving, fireplaces, smokestacks and chimneys. Their work also encompasses the laying of fire brick and other refractory materials used in the construction of industrial furnaces, retorts and boilers.

INDUSTRIAL MECHANIC MILLWRIGHT – LEVEL 1 APPRENTICESHIP    
College Course Code: 433A         Ministry Course Code: TRC4Y
Campus: South Windsor         Length: 8 weeks (240 hours)
Industrial Mechanic Millwrights (433A) maintain and repair stationary industrial machinery, mechanical equipment and automated and robotic systems. Industrial Mechanic Millwrights are most often involved with installing, maintaining  repairing and removing machinery and equipment in industrial plants and factories.

School Within A College

School Within a College
SWAC students attend a college campus five days a week and work on their OSSD credits with a high school teacher. The SWAC also have the opportunity to take up to four dual credits. SWAC programs are available at Fanshawe, Lambton and St. Clair .

OYAP Dual Credits

OYAP Dual Credits
In partnership with the Colleges and the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, OYAP students have an opportunity to complete their high school graduation requirements with co-operative education and Level 1 apprenticeship training.

Dual Credit Programs

Dual Credit Programs
Students in the Dual Credit program take courses on a College campus on scheduled days during the school year. Students who successfully complete Dual Credit courses receive a high school AND the appropriate College credit(s).

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