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AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) Fundamentals of Fundraising Program

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AFP FUNDAMENTALS OF FUNDRAISING PROGRAM
GNR 1FUND
The AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising Course is composed of seven modules that have been designed by experienced fundraising professionals to meet the real-world needs and challenges non-profit organizations face every day. This 16-hour program includes case studies and projects for groups and individuals, making the learning experience both substantive and enjoyable. The AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising Course offers a complete overview of the development function, featuring the most current information and techniques.

This intensive program will provide an overview of skills, techniques and program components for individuals with 0 to 4 years of fundraising experience. Full participation in the AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising Course is applicable for 16.0 points of CFRE Credit in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.

The modules are:
Module 1: Overview of Fundraising, Fiona Coughlin, CFRE
Module 2: Developing an Integrated Fundraising Program, Kim Willis, CFRE
Module 3: Marketing for Ongoing Success, Linda Andrejicka
Module 4: Building & Sustaining Relationships, Michele Sharp, CFRE
Module 5: Securing the Gift, Pat Valleau, CFRE
Module 6: Volunteers – Partners in Fundraising, Christine Colautti, CFRE
Module 7: Management & Accountability, Michele Sharp, CFRE

St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
201 Riverside Drive West
Skyline Room A

A light lunch on each day is included. Please register by May 9th, 2017..

AFP members, register for course code “GNR 1FUND-070”
Nonmembers, register for course code “GNR 1FUND-075”

GNR 1FUND 070 2655 AFP Members May 23-24, Tue, Wed, 8:30A-5:30P
$400.00
GNR 1FUND 075 2656 Nonmembers May 23-24, Tue, Wed, 8:30A-5:30P
$500.00

Early Childhood Education Diploma

Applicants who started High School in Ontario in Sept 1999 or later and have their OSSD with the majority of courses at the College (C), University (U) University/College (M) or Open (O) level plus Grade 12 English-ENG4U, ENG4C, EAE4C or EAE4U. Mature students visit our website at Admissions Procedures.

ORIENTATION, ECE 101N, is mandatory for all students prior to beginning the Continuing Education Early Childhood Education program.

Advanced standing MAY be given upon presentation of a post-secondary transcript, and appropriate course outlines. Please submit these to the Continuing Education Office, to the attention of the ECE Program Officer.

Employers who provide our Field Placement settings require a clear police record check for criminal offences with vulnerable sector screening before accepting a student into a Field Placement. This may restrict the opportunities of Field Placements and impede students from completing the full program and/or securing employment.

NOTE: Standard First Aid and CPR C Certification must be obtained PRIOR to Field Placements.

Academic Dismissal Policy - Students who fail the same course twice may be subject to academic dismissal.

Please note: Students are required to complete the ECE program within a seven year period. Students who exceed the seven year limit will be required to repeat courses.

If you are in the process of working towards an Early Childhood Education Diploma through part-time studies and would like a consultation on the courses required or how best to complete your program, please contact the coordinator at 519-972-2727 ext. 4541 (Windsor) or 519-354-0714 ext. 3252 (Chatham). As well, to arrange field placements, please contact 519-972-2727 ext. 4541 (Windsor) or 519-354-0714 ext. 3252 (Chatham).

A graduate of the Early Childhood Education Program at St. Clair College may receive up to one half of the credits toward a diploma in the Developmental Services Worker Program.

Required courses:
Note: The pre-requisites must have been successfully completed prior to enrolling into a course. You must take this into consideration with planning your semester.

Semester 1 ECE 114 Creating Curriculum with Young Children I
ECE 117 Introduction to ECE
ECE 120 Positive Child Guidance
ECE 122 Preschool Development and Best Practices
ECE 133 Observation of Young Children
SSC 160 Basic Psychology
SEMESTER 2 ECE 205G Anti-Oppression in Canadian Society
ECE 211 Curriculum Methods: Literacy and Movement
ECE 213 Preparation for Field Placement I
ECE 229 Field Placement I
ECE 314 Infant/Toddler Development and Best Practices
ECE 420 Professionalism and Working with Families
FAW 100 Foundations of Academic Writing I
SEMESTER 3 ECE 303 Health, Nutrition and Safety
ECE 308 Development of Children with Diverse Abilities
ECE 313 Preparation for Field Placement II
ECE 329 Field Placement II
ECE 419 School Age Development and Best Practices
ELEC 1030 General Education Elective
SEMESTER 4 ECE 203G Relations & Family Dynamics
ECE 403 Emergent Curriculum
ECE 413 Field Preparation for ECE417
ECE 414 Issues and Administration
ECE 421 Inclusion of Children with Diverse Abilities
ECE 429 Field Placement III
ORIENTATION TO ECE
ECE 101N
This workshop is mandatory for all students prior to beginning your first field placement. Students are required to bring with them a copy of their CPT score, high school transcript or results of mature student testing, as well as any other post-secondary transcripts they may have. Topics which will be discussed in this workshop include advanced standings, prior learning assessment, an overview of the entire ECE program, electives, transferability to or from University, and the regulations and expectations for field placements. $15.00
WINDSOR 070 1404 May 6, Sat, 9:00A-12:00P
CREATING CURRICULUM WITH YOUNG CHILDREN I
ECE 114
This course will introduce the student to the concept of Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum. Students will plan and implement small and large group activities in music, movement and the visual arts. Students will demonstrate methods for adapting curriculum to meet the range of developmental needs of children. Students will also develop the practice of self-reflection through the evaluation of their activity plans. 3 units of credit. $249.99. Text extra.
CHATHAM 550 1150 May 8-Jun 21, Mon, Wed, 6:00P-9:00P
INTRO TO EARLY CHILDHOOD
ECE 117
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. 3 units of credit $249.99. Text extra.
CHATHAM 550 1195 May 9-Jun 20, Tue, Thu, 6:00P-9:00P
PRESCHOOL DEVELOPMENT AND BEST PRACTICES
ECE 122
This course examines the sequence of typical development in children (2.5-6 years of age). It explores best practices that promote optimal learning and development in a group care setting that are consistent with research and the growing understanding of Developmentally Appropriate Practices among Registered Early Childhood Educators (R.E.C.E.s). 3 units of credit $256.40. Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1158 May 11-Jul 13, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
RELATIONSHIPS AND FAMILY DYNAMICS
ECE 203G
An examination of the dynamics of functional and dysfunctional family systems and the impact of childhood upbringing on adult relationships. Principles and strategies for building and maintaining healthy intimacy in relationships; and identifying and releasing unhealthy and destructive relationship patterns are explored. 3 units of credit. $256.40 Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1151 May 11-Jul 13, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
ANTI-OPPRESSION IN CANADIAN SOCIETY
ECE 205G
This course focuses on oppression and anti-oppression as they relate to social inequality and life circumstances. The course is comprised of five dimensions: theoretical, exploration of personal values and focus on particular populations according to student interest. Racism, ableism, ageism, colonialism, homophobia, antisemitism, sexism and other forms of institutionalized oppression are considered in relation to the experiences, needs, and responses of populations who have been historically excluded, disadvantaged, and oppressed. 3 units of credit. $256.40 . Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1145 May 10-Jul 12, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
CURRICULUM METHODS: LITERACY AND MOVEMENT
ECE 211
A look at movement, music and literacy for the development of early childhood education curriculum. Pre-requisite: ECE 114, ECE 118. 3 units of credit $256.40 . Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1144 May 9-Jul 11, Tue, 6:00P-10:00
PREPARATION FOR FIELD PLACEMENT I
ECE 213
This course prepares the Early Childhood Education student for Field Placement 1 which will be completed in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 114, ECE 117, ECE 120, ECE 122, ECE 133, SSC 160. $76.92.
WINDSOR 050 1112 Apr 3, 4, 5, Mon, Tue, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
PREPARATION FOR FIELD PLACEMENT II
ECE 313
This course prepares the Early Childhood Education student for Field Placement 2 which will be completed in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 211, ECE 205G, ECE 217. $76.92
WINDSOR 050 1146 Apr 10, 11, 12, Mon, Tue, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT
ECE 314
This course examines the sequence of typical development in children (birth to 30 months of age). It explores best practices that promote optimal learning and development in a group care setting that are consistent with research and the growing understanding of Developmentally Appropriate Practices among Registered Early Childhood Educators (R.E.C.E.s). 3 units of credit. $256.40. Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1142 May 11-Jul 13, Thu, 6:00P-10:00P
EMERGENT CURRICULUM
ECE 403
This course deals with the practical application of Piagetian theories of development in educational programs for young children, with a focus on child centered and interactive approaches. The students will explore the similarities and differences of the High/Scope approach, the Reggio Emilia approach, and the method developed by Maria Montessori. Pre-requisite: ECE 312, ECE 314, ECE 317. 2 units of credit. $192.30
WINDSOR 050 1147 May 8-Jul 24, Mon, 6:30P-9:30P
PREPARATION FOR FIELD PLACEMENT III
ECE 413
This course prepares the Early Childhood Education student for Field Placement 3 which will be completed in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 203G, ECE 211, ECE 303, ECE 312, ECE 314, ECE 317. $76.92
WINDSOR 050 1149 Apr 17, 18, 19, Mon, Tue, Wed, 6:00P-10:00P
ISSUES AND ADMINISTRATION
ECE 414
This course provides an overview of the operational issues involved in the delivery of child care services in Ontario. Past and present issues specific to the Early Childhood Education profession will be considered as the students develop their practical knowledge of all phases of effective Early Childhood Education programs. Pre-requisite: ECE 122, ECE 211, ECE 303, ECE 314, ECE 317. 2 units of credit $192.30. Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1148 May 10-Jul 12, Wed, 6:30P-9:30P
PROFESSIONALISM AND WORKING WITH FAMILIES
ECE 420
This course is designed to help the student develop an awareness of the concerns of parents and provide them with strategies to support parents and their families. The student will examine different family systems and acquire skills to help support positive relationships with parents, which includes facilitating adult problem solving, planning interviews and planning meetings with families. Pre-requisite: ECE 122, ECE 117. 3 units of credit. $256.40 . Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1143 May 9-Jul 11, Tue, 6:00P-10:00P
INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH DIVERSE ABILITIES
ECE 421
This course is designed to help students examine attitudes, values and beliefs towards children with diverse abilities within an inclusive environment. Generic strategies for adapting the learning environment and providing accessibility will be explored. There will be a historical focus on Canadian legislation and the social and medical disability perspectives. In supporting children with diverse abilities, the referral process, collaboration with families and community resources will be analyzed. 2 units of credit $192.30
WINDSOR 050 1115 May 9-Jul 11, Tue, 6:30P-9:30P

FIELD PLACEMENTS

To arrange field placements, please contact 519-972-2727 ext. 4541 (Windsor) or 519-354-0714 ext. 3252 (Chatham).

FIELD PLACEMENT I
ECE 229
Observation and practice teaching in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 114, ECE 117, ECE 120, ECE 122, ECE 133, SSC 160. Co-requisite: ECE 213. 9 units of credit. $175.00.
WINDSOR 050 1110 Individually arranged
CHATHAM 550 1111 Individually arranged
FIELD PLACEMENT II
ECE 329
Observation and practice teaching in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 114, ECE 117, ECE 120, ECE 122, ECE 133, ECE 211, ECE 229, ECE 314, ECE 420, FAW 100. Co-requisite: ECE 313. 9 units of credit. $175.00.
WINDSOR 050 1114 Individually arranged
CHATHAM 550 1113 Individually arranged
FIELD PLACEMENT III
ECE 429
Observation and practice teaching in a selected Early Childhood Education program under approved supervision. Pre-requisite: ECE 114, ECE 120, ECE 122, ECE 133, ECE 303, ECE 308, ECE 314, ECE 329, ECE 414. Co-requisite: ECE 413. 9 units of credit. $175.00.
WINDSOR 050 1117 Individually arranged
CHATHAM 550 1116 Individually arranged

Chemical Dependency Program

Available through part-time study, this program is designed for human service providers in addiction and non-addiction services, as well as those planning to enter the field. The program is structured to develop therapeutic attitudes and skills in the management of clients with alcohol and/or drug dependency.

THIS PROGRAM IS FALL INTAKE ONLY - Windsor and Chatham campuses.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:

  • A Diploma/Degree (in Human Services or the Health field) or a grade 12 Diploma PLUS 24 months of paid or volunteer work in the addictions field with a verification letter.
  • An interview with the Chemical Dependency Program Coordinator. Please contact Continuing Education at (519) 972-2711 or coned@stclaircollege.ca to arrange an interview.
  • SSC 160 Basic Psychology (or equivalent.)

Chemical Dependency Program Pre-requisite:
For students who do not have SSC 160 Basic Psychology (or equivalent) prior to the fall program intake, students may take both CDC 120 Basic Studies in Substance Abuse and SSC 160 Basic Psychology in the fall semester. The remaining courses must be taken in the sequence listed below, concluding the program with CDC 170 Field Practicum.

Program Pre-requisite: SSC 160 Basic Psychology
Required Courses: * Courses must be taken in the sequence listed below. CDC 120 Basic Studies in Substance Abuse
CDC 130 Treatment Process and Systems in Addiction
CDC 140 Families, Addictions and Other Systems
CDC 205 Communications and Addiction
CDC 118 Introduction to Counselling Skills and Addiction
CDC 150 Introduction to Group Skills and Addiction
CDC 160 Professional Dev't/Ethics in the Addiction Field
CDC 170 Field Practicum
FAMILIES, ADDICTIONS AND OTHER SYSTEMS
CDC 140
Designed to introduce the student to chemical dependency as a family and community problem, this course will examine the structure and function of families and other systems. The impacts of chemical dependency on families and the community are stressed along with appropriate treatment interventions. Pre-requisites: CDC 120 Basic Studies in Substance Abuse and SSC 160 Basic Psychology. 3 units of credit. $269.22 . Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1210 Apr 18-Jul 4, Tue, 6:30P-10:00P
INTRODUCTION TO GROUP SKILLS AND ADDICTION
CDC 150
This course is designed to develop basic skills in group leadership. This course builds on an understanding of the theory of groups, types of groups and theory of leadership, students will have an opportunity to practice facilitation techniques and problem-solving in group therapy simulations. Pre-requisite: CDC 120 Basic Studies in Substance Abuse and SSC 160 Basic Psychology. 3 units of credit. $269.22 . Text extra.
WINDSOR 050 1164 Apr 18-Jul 4, Tue, 6:30P-10:00P
FIELD PRACTICUM
CDC 170
This field project is designed to provide students with learning experiences related to the promotion of health and prevention of addictions-related problems. The individual project will be determined by the student in consultation with the teacher. Students will discuss the progress of the project with the teacher. 4 units of credit $150.00
WINDSOR 050 1191 individually arranged
WINDSOR 050 1192 individually arranged
PROBLEM GAMBLING
GNR 1569N
This course, which reveals the invisible addiction known as problem gambling, provides practical knowledge about all forms of gambling and their influence on Canadian society. This course will examine the prevalence of gambling addiction in Ontario as well as the treatment and supports available for problem gamblers. Topics will include the history of gambling, current trends, gambling addiction and its effects on the family and the individual. Examination of special at-risk groups and legal issues will also be explored. $576.30 (tuition $510.00, HST $66.30). Text Extra.
WINDSOR 050 2515 Apr 24-Aug 14, Mon, 6:00P-10:00P

Community Living Skills Program

BY REFERRAL ONLY. This program is intended to develop the students’ level of competency in the basic living skills necessary to be an independent member of society.

All courses are 10 weeks, 20 hours.

For further information regarding program referral, call Karen Boal at 519-969-8188, ext 228.

SOCIAL SKILLS AND RECREATION
CLS 115
The students will gain an understanding of how to plan and execute outings, how to navigate throughout their communities, and how to plan outings within their budget. The students, through means of role playing will develop the skills to manage peer pressure, and learn the rules of social media. Low cost individual and group leisure activities will be discussed. The students will be provided examples of socially appropriated language skills. 1 unit of credit $156.45 (tuition $128.20, materials $25.00, HST $3.25)
WINDSOR 080 1068 Apr 20-Jun 22, Thu, 5:30P-7:30P
MEAL PREPARATION AND BASIC COOKING
CLS 114
The students will receive instruction to assist them to identify the tools and adaptive aids needed to prepare and cook their meals. The student will be provided product information that will parallel with their personal health and wellness needs. Kitchen activities, safe food handling strategies and the proper storage of food will be taught. The students will be introduced to the Canada Food Guide. A trip to the grocery store will be arranged. 1 unit of credit. Note: Class held at 3141 Sandwich Street $156.45 (tuition $128.20, materials $25.00, HST $3.25)
WINDSOR 080 1067 Apr 18-Jun 20, Tue, 5:30P-7:30P
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Questions? Call:
519-972-2711 (Windsor) or 519-354-9100 (Chatham) or
1-800-387-0524 (toll-free) or send an E-mail to: coned@stclaircollege.ca.

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Campus Locations:

Windsor

South Campus 2000 Talbot Rd. W. Windsor

Chatham

Chatham Campus 1001 Grand Ave. W. Chatham

Leamington

South Essex Community Council 215 Talbot St. E. Leamington

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Online Delivery

Distance

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