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MED-A3 is a basic personal safety training certificate course mandatory for persons working as crew members of fishing vessels or small commercial vessels shorter than12 metres in length, operating no more than 25 miles offshore. Transport Canada requirements state that every member of the complement of a ship shall, before the member has...

Times:
  • RUP Oct 23-24 (2017)

An introduction to marketing principles and management focusing on the problems of the marketing manager in the measurement of marketing opportunities and the allocation of marketing effort. Emphasis is on decision-making in a marketing context.

The course objectives are:

1.  To provide a general, but sound, understanding of the...

Credits:
3.0

This course offers an overview of how marketing has (and has not) changed due to the rise of social media. It will equip students with the relevant knowledge, perspectives, and practical skills required to develop marketing strategies that leverage the opportunities inherent in social media and consumer-to-consumer social interactions for...

Credits:
3.0
Times:
  • TBA

The student will gain an understanding of how advertising fits into the marketing milieu: advertising philosophy and purpose, organization of the advertising function; advertising agencies.

Participants will learn about tourist expectations and the impact of marketing the tourism product. They will gain an appreciation of the concept of pricing and the costs, revenues and profits that are considered when pricing tourism products. They will understand guest service as the key element of success in the tourism enterprise, and the...

This course focuses on the theoretical and practical techniques associated with the selling of goods and services to consumer and industrial markets. Course emphasis will be on applying learned presentation skills and persuasive communication strategies in the person selling process. 

This course begins with an introduction to consumer behaviour.  Understanding of such is needed in order to develop an effective marketing strategy or to regulate a marketing practice.  The influences of demographics, culture, social status, perception, learning, lifestyle and other factors are evaluated as they impact on the consumer decision...

This course will give you a better understanding of how to apply project management concepts and thevariations between them. Theis course meets or exceeds the educational requirements for those interested in the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.

Price: $1595.00

Hours: 70

Times:
  • Online at careertraining.ed2go.com/nwcc/

The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of basic arithmetic operations. These skills will be applied to problem solving in real life situations; all Modules contain examples and questions relevant to FN people and culture. This course is a requirement for the CCP Fundamental Certificate.

The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of basic arithmetic operations. These skills will be applied to problem solving in real life situations; all Modules contain examples and questions relevant to FN people and culture. This course is a requirement for the CCP Fundamental Certificate.

The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of basic arithmetic operations. These skills will be applied to problem solving in real life situations; all Modules contain examples and questions relevant to FN people and culture. This course is a requirement for the CCP Fundamental Certificate.

The goal of this course is to provide students with an understanding of basic arithmetic operations. These skills will be applied to problem solving in real life situations; all Modules contain examples and questions relevant to FN people and culture. This course is a requirement for the CCP Fundamental Certificate.

MATH 0301 is the first half of Intermediate Mathematics. The goals of Math 0301/0302 are to enable students to acquire mathematical knowledge, skills and strategies needed to enter higher level courses or to satisfy personal or career goals. Practical applications of learned skills are emphasized. MATH 0301/0302 can be used towards a CCP...

MATH 0302 is the second half of Intermediate Mathematics. The goal of MATH 0301/0303 are to enable students to acquire mathematical knowledge, skills, and strategies needed to enter higher level courses or to satisfy personal or career goals. Practical applications of skills are emphasized.  Practical applications of learned skills are...

The goal of Math for Trades 032 is to enable students to acquire mathematical knowledge, skills and strategies needed to satisfy personal or career goals for the trades or to enter higher level math courses. Practical applications of learned skills are emphasized. Math for Trades 032 can be used towards an Intermediate Certificate.

The goals for MATH 033 are to enable students to acquire mathematical knowledge, skills and strategies needed to enter higher level courses or to satisfy personal or career goals. The format of this course is geared especially toward students hoping to go into the health field. In this course you will be required to think and to solve problems...

MATH 0401 is the first half of Advanced Mathematics. The goals for MATH 0401/0402 are to provide students with sufficient mathematical knowledge to satisfy grade 11 prerequisites for vocational, career and technical programs. Topics include:a review of basic concepts, linear equations, inequalities, systems, and polynomials. 

Credits:
2.0

MATH 0402 is the second half of Advanced Mathematics. The goals for MATH 0401/0402 are to provide students sufficient mathematical knowledge to satisfy grade 11 prerequisites for vocational, career and technical programs and to prepare students to enter Provincial Mathematics. Topics include rationals, radicals, quadratics and trigonometry.

Credits:
2.0

The goals for Math 043 are to provide students with sufficient mathematical knowledge to satisfy grade 11 prerequisites for vocational, career and technical programs and to prepare students to enter Provincial Level Mathematics. The format of this course is geared especially toward students hoping to go into the health field. In this course,...

Credits:
6.0

The goal of Advanced Business/Technical Mathematics is to provide the student with practical applications useful in future vocational training, careers, or personal life. The student will complete three core topics (Operations with Real Numbers, First Degree Equations and Inequalities, and Equations and their Graphs) and must then complete four...

Credits:
4.0

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