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The 2017/2018 Academic timetable will be posted Monday April 3, 2017.

Continuing student registration for 2017/2018 Academic year begins on Monday May 8, 2017.

New student registration begins on Tuesday May 23, 2017.

The college reserves the right to change its course offerings at any time. Note: Not all courses listed are offered every term. Unless otherwise specified, a minimum of letter grade of C is required to meet a prerequisite.

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AED-010

Intro to Career Exploration & Assessment

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff, 72 hours.

Students will be introduced to various career options and will learn about their interests and barriers to employment. They will also learn about current labour market trends and the potential for employment in their local community.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-011

Intro to Wrkplace Communications

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liason with students and support staff, 72 hours.

Students practice skills necessary to communicate effectively with employers and fellow employees.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-012

Intro to Goal Planning & Personal Development

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with students and support staff, 72 hours

Students will be introduced to the skills necessary to set personal goals and will be assisted to plan steps to achieve their goals.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-013

Understanding Emplyment Fundamentals

2 hours lecture. 72 hours.

Students will learn about reasons for working as well as identifying personal reasons for working, as well as becoming familiar with work terminology and forms.


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AED-014

Intro to Job Search, Interviewing & Workplace Expectations

2 hours lecture, 72 hours

Students will visit potential employers, conduct interviews and practice skills necessary to interview for a job. Students will learn about work place rights and responsibilities, as well as appropriate work interactions and roles.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-015

Introduction to Sign Language

60 hrs, 2 credits

Students in the Introduction to Sign Language course will learn and practice basic signs for greetings, feelings, asking questions and communicating wants and needs. The skills they learn facilitates communications access in the workplace, at home and in the community. Students will be provided an introduction to Deaf culture, and the history of sign language.

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  • Meeting with Instructor


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AED-016

Intro to Workplace Safety and Health

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff; 72 hours

Students will be introduced to skills necessary for healthy living and safe involvement in the workplace.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-017

Work Experience

40 hours (maximum), Practicum

This course provides students with the opportunity for specific skill development, career exploration/decision making and the opportunity to generalize class content to the workplace.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-018

Advanced Work Experience l

60 hrs, 2 credits

Advanced Work Experience l or ll is required for successful completion of the Construction Labourer program. The courses provide an opportunity for the student to enhance the skills learned in classes and to demonstrate them to the workplace.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Successful completion of the Construction Labourer Program courses. (TRD 120, TRD 122, TRD 124, TRD 126, OFA 001, AED 017 and AED 051)


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AED-019

Advanced Work Experience II

82.5 hrs, 4 credits

This course provides an opportunity for proficient students, designated by the program instructors, to practice the skills learned in their classes and to demonstrate them in a full-time work experience placement.

Prerequisite(s):

  • In order to take this course the student must successfully complete all courses in the Employment Transition/Construction Access Program.


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AED-020

Career Exploration and Assessment

4 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff. 64 hours.

Students will learn about various career options and identify their skills, strengths and work interests, as well as any limitation or barriers to employment. Students will also learn about current labour market trends and potential for employment in their local community.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-021

Workplace Communications

4 hours lecture/ one-on-one with student and support staff up to a maximum of 108 hours

Students learn the skills necessary to communicate effectively with employers and fellow employees.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-022

Goal Planning and Personal Development

4 hours lecture/ one-on-one liason with students and support staff up to a maximum of 144 hours.

Students learn the skills necessary to set personal goals.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with the ASD Instructor


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AED-023

Understanding Employment

4 hours lecture; up to a maximum of 108 hours

Students will learn about reasons for working as well as identifying personal reasons for working, as well as becoming familiar with work terminology and forms.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instuctor


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AED-024

Work Search and Interview Skills

108 hours lecture, countinous entry/ exit

In this course students will participate in self and formal assessment to determine appropriate areas of employment interest as well as learn and practice work search techniques, resume development and interviewing skills. Students should be prepared to take part in discussions and role plays as well as group and individual assignments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-025

Workplace Expectations

2 hours lecture; up to a maximum of 144 hours

Students will learn about the meaning of work, identify reasons for work and learn and practice work place rights and responsibilities, as well as interactions and roles.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD Instructor.


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AED-026

Health Promotion

108 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff.

Students will learn and practice skills necessary for healthy living. They will establish goals for themselves and work on a health promotion plan.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-027

Workplace Safety

108 hours seminar, continuous entry/ exit

Students will learn and practice skills necessary for safe involvement in the workplace.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admisision Interview with an ASD instructor.


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AED-028

Relax and Stress Management

108 hours lecture, continuos entry/ exit

Students will learn to identify causes and reactions to stress as well as to practice stress management techniques to reduce the effects of stress.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD Instructor.


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AED-029

Working Relationships

108 hours lecture, continuous entry/ exit

Students will learn and practice skills necessary to build healthy, safe relationships in work, social and community environments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD interview.


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AED-030

Basic Computer Skills

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff; 72 hours

This course is designed to address both computer skills and writing skills. It will provide the student with some basic familiarity with the components of a computer system and how to use it. The course will also teach basic word processing and facilitate improved writing skills.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-031

Working with the Environment

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with students and support staff; 72 hours

Students will be introduced to information regarding our environment and how to protect and sustain it. They will also learn about potential volunteer and employment opportunities in their local community.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-032

Math, Money & Managing It All

Lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff, up to 144 hours

This course is designed to introduce students to money management strategies and skills. This will assist students in becoming more independent in their personal lives as well as provide them with skills that they can utilize in employment situations.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission Interview with ASD Interview


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AED-033

Emergency Preparation

2.5 hours lecture

Learn about basic first aid and how to prepare for unexpected situations such as an earthquake, extreme weather and violence in the workplace.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD Instructor


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AED-034

Interpersonal Skills

3 hours lecture

Students will be introduced to interpersonal skills necessary to function effectively on the job, in the community and in their personal life. students will explore communication skills such as active listening, expressing feelings, giving and receiving feedback non-defensively, conflict management and assertiveness.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with an ASD Instructor.


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AED-035

Self Employment Skills

108 hours

Students will plan and participate in small profit generating activities.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with an ASD Instructor.


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AED-036

Intermediate Computer Skills

3 hours lecture

The Intermediate Computer Skills course will provide students with existing basic computer skills the opportunity to continue computer skill development in advanced computer use e.g. utilizing the internet, communicating with e-mail, etc. Students enrolled in this course should be prepared to work independently and cooperatively on team projects.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with an ASD instructor


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AED-037

Exploring the World with Computers

108 hours lecture/ one-on-liasion with student and support staff.

The Exploring the World with Computers course will provide students who have existing basic computer skills the opportunity to practice and continue computer and literacy skill development while using the internet to research countries, cultures and geography of the world. Students should be prepared to work independently and cooperatively on projects and to make presentations to the class.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with instructor


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AED-038

Literacy for Life

Seminar, max of 192 hours

This course is designed to increase literacy skills, and to aid in useful and relevant integration of new or previously acquired skills into work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. Students are involved in determining the content, and their individual goals, and they assist in the evaluation proves through ongoing self assessment. The course instructor integrates the individual learning goals /information with informal and formal assessments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-041

Computer Foundations

30 hrs, 1 credit

Students enrolled in this course will be introduced to topics that will enhance their capacity to utilize computers at work, at home and in the community.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented mental health disability or cognitive disability, and intake interview.


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AED-042

Budgeting and Managing Your Money

30 hrs, 1 credit

Students enrolled in this course will be offered the opportunity to enhance their budgeting and money management skills with emphasis on frugal living and money saving.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognitive or mental health disability and intake interview.


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AED-043

Customer Service

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course enhances students' knowledge of customer service skills. Students who take this course will be better prepared to work in the customer service industry.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognitive or mental health disability and intake interview.


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AED-044

Workplace Organizational Skills

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course will provide students with the opportunity to learn how to organize work and personal success. Skills taught may include prioritizing, recognizing procrastination, identifying task steps, sorting/ categorizing items for home and work place, and exercising time management.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognitive/ mental health disability and intake interview.


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AED-045

Basics of Emergency First Aid

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course is designed to introduce students to basic first aid practices for emergency situations. It can prepare students who wish to take a certificate course in Emergency First Aid.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognititive or mental health disablity and intake interview.


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AED-046

Introduction to Inspiration Computers

60 hrs, 2 credits

This course will enable students to learn to use the Inspiration Computer Program tools such as graphic organization and outlines, and to apply their use in research, goal planning, literacy, and other practical purposes.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognitive or mental health disablity and intake interview.


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AED-047

Emergent Literacy

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course is designed to increase literacy skills for emergent learners. It will teach useful and relevant language that is used in work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. The course involves learning the Dolch sight words and integrating those words with work based vocabulary. Learners will be exposed to reading, writing, listening, speaking and critical thinking.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented cognitive/ mental health disability; intake interview.


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AED-048

Literacy: Book Club

90 hours lecture, 2 credits

Students will participate in reading, listening, discussing and writing about a variety of literature which may include fiction and non-fiction novels and short stories, poetry, and plays.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-050

Preparation for FoodSafe

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with student and support staff; 32 hours

Students who take this course will be introduced to Foodsafe Certificate course information. They will participate in a variety of pre-test and practice exercises that will help to prepare them for certification. Students who wish to complete the Foodsafe certificate must take the actual test upon completion of this preparatory course. There will be an additional charge for the actual Foodsafe course testing.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission Interview with an ASD Instructor


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AED-051

Work Experience Extension

60 hrs, 2 credits

The student will identify possible work experience settings, participate in self-evaluation, work site evaluation, site specific safety assessment, and demonstrate specific skills at one or more work sites.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Interview with Instructor.


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AED-052

Anger Management

2 hours lecture

This course will enable students to learn about anger and what anger looks like, sounds like and feels like in themselves and others. Students will be exposed to and practice anger management strategies.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor


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AED-054

Literacy for Life 2

60 hrs, 2 credits

This course is designed to build literacy skills already developed in Literacy For Life (AED 038), and to aid in useful and relevant integration of new or previously acquired skills into work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. Students are involved in determining the content, and their individual goals, and they assist in the evaluation process through ongoing self-assessment. The course instructor integrates the individual learning goals with informal and formal assessments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 038 and meeting with Instructor


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AED-055

Literacy for Life 3

60 hrs, 2 credits

This course is designed to build literacy skills already developed in Literacy for Life (AED 038) and Literacy for Life 2 (AED 054), and to aid in useful and relevant intergration of new or previously acquired skills into work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. Students are involved in determining the content, and their individual goals, and they assist in the evaluation process through ongoing self-assesment. The course instructor integrates the individual learning goals with informal and formal assessments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 054 (Literacy for Life 2) and meeting with Instructor


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AED-056

Workplace Safety Literacy

60 hrs, 2 credits

This course will enhance workplace safety. Connecting information from Employment Transition courses, personal knowledge and workplace experiences will be the basis to building workplace safety literacy skills. This course will aid in useful and relevant integration of literacy skills into work.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Meeting with Instructor


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AED-057

Advanced Literacy

75 hours, 2 credits

This course is designed to provide an opportunity for students with higher levels of literacy in the ASD program to study English at a level that will encourage a development of more literacy skills. Students will be exposed to reading and writing at their literacy level. Students will practice writing grammatically correct sentences and paragraphs. Students will read passages and demonstrate comprehension of what they read. Students are involved in determining the content of the course, based on their individual goals. Students assist in the evaluation process through ongoing self-assessment. The course instructor integrates the individual learning goals with the informal and formal assessments.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Documented Cognitive/ Mental health disability; intake interview


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AED-058

Workplace Literacy

108 hours lecture, 2 credits

The Workplace Literacy course is offered alongside Employment Transition Courses: Workplace Expectations, Workplace Safety, Workplace Communication, Goal Planning and Personal Development, and Work Search and Interview Skills in order to provide students with the opportunity to develop literacy skills specific to the course content of the ET program courses.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission interview with ASD instructor.


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AED-059

Math and Money Basics

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course will teach the basics of numeracy skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). Students will develop skills of working with money such as taking a payment and making change.

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  • Meeting with Instructor


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AED-060

Contemporary Issues

3 hours lecture; 108 hours

General topics and workshops are presented on employment skills, personal development, daily living, and community access. Specific topics are determined in consultation with students and support agency personnel and may include assertiveness skills, anger management, information sessions with support agencies, goal setting, budgeting/money management, employer contact skills, public speaking, drug and alcohol awareness, medical and augmentative medical issues, etc.

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  • Admission interview with an ASD instructor


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AED-062

Introduction to Peer Support

2 hours lecture/ one-on-one liaison with students and support staff; 32 hours

Students who take this course will be introduced to peer support concepts and practice them within the context of the class. Depending on funding within their community they may have an opportunity to practice the skills in a community peer support program.

Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission Interview with ASD Instructor


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AED-063

Advanced Literacy 2

60 hrs, 2 credits

This course is designed to build on literacy skills already developed in Advanced Literacy (AED 057), and to aid in useful and relevant integration of new or previously acquired skills into work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. Students will practice writing, reading and responding to emplyment based and interest based materials. Students will write sentences of increasing complexity and meaning as well as read passages and demonstrate comprehension of what they have read through discussion and written responses.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 057 (Advanced Literacy) and meeting with Instructor


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AED-064

Advanced Literacy 3

60 hrs. 2 credits

This course is designed to build on literacy skills already developed in Advanced Literacy 2 (AED 063), and to aid in useful and relevant integration of new or previously acquired skills into work and everyday life. The course is learner centered. Students will practice writing, reading and responding to emplyment based and interest based materials. Students will write sentences of increasing complexity and meaning as well as read passages and demonstrate comprehension of what they have read through discussion and written responses.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 063 (Advanced Literacy 2) and meeting with Instructor


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AED-065

Literacy Book Club 2

60 hrs, 2 credits

Students will participate in reading, listening, discussing and writing about a variety of literature which may include fiction and non-fiction novels and short stories, poetry and plays.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 048 Literacy Book Club and meeting with Instructor


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AED-066

Literacy Book Club 3

60 hrs, 2 credits

Students will participate in reading, listening, discussing and writing about a variety of literature which may include fiction and non-fiction novels and short stories, poetry and plays.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 065 (Literacy Book Club 2) and meeting with Instructor


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AED-067

Adaptive Technology for Communication

30 hrs, 1 credit

This course will teach students how to use new and existing technology to enhance communication and literacy skills.

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  • Meeting with Instructor


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AED-068

Basic Computer Skills 2

1 credit

This course is designed to address both computer and literacy skills. It will provide students with basic knowledge of components of a computer system and how to use it. The course will teach word processing, an improvement in typing fluency, use of the internet with support, formatting of small slide show and poster projects and literacy skills.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 030, documented cognitive/mental health disability, and intake interview


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AED-069

Computer Foundations 2

1 credit

This course is designed to address computer skill development for beginning computer users. It will provide students with practice using the components of a computer system. The course will teach word processing, an improvement in typing fluency, use of the internet with support, and formatting of small slide show and poster projects.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 041, documented cognitive/mental health disability, and intake interview


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AED-070

Intermediate Computer Skills 2

2 credits

This second Intermediate Computer Skills course will provide students who have taken the first Intermediate Computer Skills course to continue developing their skills. Students will use the internet to do research, gather information and images to create projects on a variety of topics. Students will communicate with email, messenger, share documents, work concurrently on web-based projects and create projects independently. Students should be prepared to work independently and cooperatively.

Prerequisite(s):

  • AED 036, documented cognitive/mental health disability, and intake interview


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