Windsor (South) Campus - Face-To-Face
Winter classes will run 14 weeks - Thursdays from February 17 to May 26
FSA 178 - BAKING & PASTRY ARTS LEVEL 1
Thursdays: 1pm‐6pm *5 hours
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 the extensive production of baked goods according to recipe specifications.
WLD 208 - BASIC WELDING PROCESS & FABRICATING
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, 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.
ARC 211DC - CONSTRUCTION APPLICATIONS
Thursdays: 1pm‐5pm *4 hours
(FORMERLY HOME RENOVATION TRADE SKILLS) This course enables the student to plan and execute a series of interior and exterior current day building techniques involved in residential and commercial building construction. This includes wall construction, gypsum wallboard, flooring, siding and roofing installation. In addition, the student ‐ will execute plumbing techniques and learn electrical wiring codes and wiring schematics.
AUT 130 - TRUCK & COACH ENGINE SYSTEMS 1
This course is a study and application of medium and heavy‐duty internal combustion engines. Engine component identification and precision measuring equipment will be heavily stressed. Engine component applications emphasis will be on engine block and components housed within the block assembly, and the lubrication of those components. Diesel cylinder heads and valve train components will be introduced. Also, a brief discussion of diesel engine lubricating and cooling systems will be covered.
COS162 - MANICURE TECHNIQUES
This course focuses on basic nail care nail repair and contemporary nail enhancements such as nail art design. Major topics include nail disorders and disease infection control and the necessary safety standards to ensure a professional nail service for the individual client. Students will also learn how to develop and maintain client relationships while providing a relaxing yet revitalizing spa experience.
Winter 2022 - ONLINE:
Winter classes will run 14 weeks - Thursdays from February 17 to May 26
ELC 012 - ELECTRICITY 1
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.
ECE 137 - FOUNDATIONS OF EARLY LEARNING AND CARE
This course is designed as an introduction to the foundations, history, and major pedagogical approaches of early childhood education in Canada. Students will examine the role of the ECE within the context of developmentally appropriate practice. The current Ontario early learning legislation, related acts, and pedagogical documents are explored.
NST205G - NATIVE CULTURE-ARTISTIC EXPRESSION
OPEN TO INDIGENOUS AND NON‐INDIGENOUS STUDENTS
This course introduces students to traditional and contemporary forms of cultural expression in Native North America. The course also provides students with the opportunity to have a "hands-on" experience through understanding the historical context, the beauty, and the function of an object, identifying characteristics and producing a work of art.
PHD 50 - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN HEALTH CARE
The focus of this course is to prepare students for academic success in healthcare education programs by focusing on interpersonal skills as well as professional development strategies. Students will use research to explore career opportunities in health‐related fields including educational training, certifications, professional associations, current issues and trends, as well as ways to stay well-informed to the upcoming changes, technological advancements and best practices. The course will emphasize the importance of self-evaluation and reflection as tools for identifying academic and career goals. Students will examine and develop, through practical sessions and activities, skills and personal traits that can have a positive effect in their career choices and professional development.
ANM 125 - EXPERIMENTAL ANIMATION TECHNIQUE
This course is designed as an introduction to the basics of animation with an emphasis on experimental techniques. The student will develop an appreciation that there are other less commercial and more accessible forms of animation. Through demonstration and hands‐on assignments, the student will develop skills with various camera‐less animation techniques as well as pixilation, cutout animation, tabletop animation, and Stop motion animation. The student will learn creative approaches to animation and mixed media and produce animation with an emphasis on creativity and simplicity.
HMN1121 - DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES I
In this course, students identify how history of the field of developmental disabilities in Ontario impacts current delivery of services. Students also discuss the systemic marginalization of those with developmental disabilities such as current debates in bio‐ethics and labeling. Students define developmental disabilities and terminology related to the field of developmental disabilities.
HOS 117 - HOSPITALITY CERTIFICATIONS
Because of the legal, ethical, and competitive contexts in which the hospitality industry operates, industry professionals must be trained and certified in a number of important areas of skill and knowledge. From a safety standpoint, students must be able to work in an atmosphere that safeguards personal health and safety. As professionals handling food, students must ensure that all safe food handling practices are consistently followed. As professional beverage servers and managers, students must recognize the legal and ethical standards for handling and serving alcohol. As customer service professionals and managers, students will demonstrate the skills and knowledge required to provide the best possible guest experience. This course will include education in and certification for students in the areas of Occupational Health and Safety, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS), Safe Food Handling, Smart Serve, and Service Excellence.
LND106AB - PLANT MATERIALS 1
Study of common/ornamental landscape plants used in industry today. These will include deciduous trees shrubs groundcovers and coniferous plant materials. Through a variety of learning activities including demonstrations walking tours etc. the students will learn the principles involved in the identification by summer key of a basic list of plant material. Emphasis will also be placed on botanical nomenclature cultural and ornamental information A. This course is the first in a series of four courses specializing in plant material identification use and culture
SSC 150G - CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS
The primary goal of this course is to facilitate increased awareness and understanding of problematic social conditions in Canadian society and throughout the world. Students will develop a framework by which to formulate their own opinions, appreciate other’s opinions, recognize government’s roles, and assess national and global issues.
PFP 405 - CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
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.
GRD 102 - DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
This course will cover the basics of the exciting world of digital photography. This foundational course covers the basics of photography: the art of seeing, composition, lighting, understanding resolution, printing/output for best results, and distribution methods. The curriculum will also cover the significant role played by the photographer in the design process.
*Subject to change*