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An introductory course in Canadian income tax covering: the computation of income from employment, from business and from property, including capital gains and losses, as well as capital cost allowances; computation of taxable income for individuals, partnerships and corporations. 

This course examines Canada Revenue Agency requirements for reporting for taxes in business applications. Through problem solving and practical application, the student will analyze and apply required income and taxes payable reporting processes legislated by the Canada Revenue Agency. Students will perform computations of net income, taxable...

Credits:
3.0

If you’re excited about the challenge of reaching and teaching adult learners, you’re in the right place! In this course, you’ll discover ways to motivate adult students by tapping into their learning styles, interests, and needs. In addition, you’ll learn dozens of powerful teaching techniques that will keep your adult learners excited and...

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Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder are always hearing things like “try harder,” “pay attention” and “sit still.” And they would love to do these things but often don’t know how! In this course, you will discover practical ways to help children with ADHD manage their behaviour and succeed in school. Importantly, you will be...

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This program explores the neurobiology behind autistic disorders and how autism affects student behaviour, learning, and thinking. Most importantly, the course will provide you with creative, easy, low-budget strategies to help autistic kids succeed in the classroom and beyond. Topics will include how to counter social awkwardness, sensory...

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The course will provide participants study in all aspects of practical and personal skills that may be required in working in tourism and hospitality situations. Course work will provide students with skills and knowledge that will make them more employable in the tourism job market.

Credits:
3.0

This course provides an overview of the tourism industry and its role in the economy. The background, sustainability and growth of the industry, an understanding of the visitor, and the organizations and associations that shape the industry, will be introduced. Tourism is an “industry of industries,” with many organizations, types of businesses...

Credits:
3.0

This course outlines the major aspects of planning and organizing special events and festivals, with a focus on local regional tourism opportunities. The major topics include: Introduction to Event Management, Concept and Design, Feasibility, Marketing, Promotion, and Financial Management Aspects, etc.

Credits:
3.0

This course is designed to increase the awareness and sensitivity of participants to their own and other cultures.  The course develops knowledge and demonstrable skills in cross cultural settings. Issues related to cultural sustainability within contexts of tourism will be discussed.

Credits:
3.0

This course will discuss some of the wide range of cultural heritage assets, which are, or could become, viable tourist attractions in the northwest and elsewhere. The importance of using effective, accurate and positive interpretation skills will be emphasized.  All aspects of cultural heritage tourism will be examined in the parameters of...

Credits:
3.0

This course will help bring down barriers between cultures in terms of awareness and communication.  The course will examine cultural definitions, values and beliefs, terminology, and other related issues. A key goal is to create understanding and positive interactions between First Nations and non-First Nations people.  Today’s workers require...

Credits:
3.0

This course shows students and first-time entrepreneurs how to combine their vision with the practical approach to make your idea into a viable business plan.  Using a step by step approach, you will learn how to develop a business plan from the inception of the idea, how to find your target customers, and how to market to them successfully....

Credits:
3.0

This course addresses the relationship between tourism activity and conservation issues, with special attention to the impact of cultural, educational and adventure tourism on natural environments and local communities. Central concepts of sustainability and development in working with communities, other resource based industries, and visitors...

Credits:
3.0

The practicum component of the Sustainable Tourism Certificate program plays an integral role in enhancing the success of participants of the program.  Through participation in a 2 week practicum placement with a host tourism operation, participants are provided with the opportunity to demonstrate the skills and knowledge base gained throughout...

Credits:
3.0

This course will introduce students to the natural history of their local environments and will focus on presenting that knowledge to visitors and others in an outdoor environment. The course will include modules on important animal and plant species, foundational ecological knowledge and an introduction to land forming processes and geological...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces the students to basic flat water canoeing as a foundation for Coastal Canoeing and the BCRCA Flatwater Instructors course. This course meets the standards of the Recreational Canoeing Association of BC and students will be expected to meet BCRCA standards for Advanced Tandem Paddling (Basic Flatwater 3).

This course details the safe, efficient and ethical practices required in a guided back country setting for the establishment and management of a camp. With increasing numbers of people venturing into the back country the importance of effective sanitation, maintenance of water quality and impact on terrain are serious issues concerning the...

The delivery and continued success of all Adventure Tourism activities pivots around one focus, safety. The continuing viability of the Adventure Tourism Industry depends on a zero-tolerance approach to accidents and a philosophy of complete safety to eliminate real risk. Yet by the same token, the perceived risk found within these activities...

This course is designed to provide a high level of sanitation training for workers in the food industry. The course content includes microbiology, foodborne illness, food preparation, protection, transport, and storage.

In this course students learn safe work practices, trades terminology, basic hand skills, safe use of tools and equipment, a general working knowledge of the trades and the path to an apprenticeship and a career in the skilled trades.

There are many opportunities for careers in the skilled trades close to home, with good wages and career...

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