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These days, creating a website is so easy almost anyone can do it. But with all the competition on the Web, creating a site that’s effective is more challenging than ever. To do that, you need to employ good design principles. Regardless of your current skills or level of knowledge, in this course you’ll master the basics of Web design and...

Got an old computer that’s too good to throw away? Give it new life with Linux. Linux is a freely distributed operating system with software that has the potential to rival the great software monopoly. Students will learn to download, install, use, and maintain their own Linux systems on a variety of computers.

Hours:...

Times:
  • SMI Oct 7-16 (Tu/Th) 6-9pm
  • TER Feb 24-Mar 5 (2015) (Tu/Th) 6-9pm

Price: $119

Today's teachers are using two powerful approaches: Differntiated Instruction (DI) and Response to Intervention (RTI). These approaches help kids succeed academically. In this course, you will learn how to put this dynamic duo to work in your own lesson plans. You'll start by exploring different learning styles and key...

Hours: 4

Price: $72

This course will provide general information useful to all radio operators. It will outline radio operating procedures including the proper way to structure and send a message in both casual and distress-call messages. 

Times:
  • SMI Nov 6 (We) 9-1pm
  • HAZ Jan 2 (2014) (Th) 1-5pm

Hours: 35

Price: $2,279

A cross connection is an actual or potential contact between a potable water system and pollution or contamination. This course looks at how the prevention of backflow situations is the key to eliminating problems 

Times:
  • KIT Apr 7-11 (2014) 8:30-4:30pm

Ship Construction and Stability Level 1 introduces the fisher to the safe loading  and operational requirements of their boat and the method of determining the safe loading fish in various conditions at sea.

This course is part of the Fishing Master IV program.

Hours: 64

Price: $1571.50...

Times:
  • RUP Nov 12-24 (Tu/Th) 8:30am-5:30pm
  • QC Jan 22-Feb 3 (2016) (Tu/We) 8:30am-5:30pm

 

Hours: 1

Price: FREE

The Bulkley Valley Research Centre has partnered with Northwest Community College to present a noon-hour lecture series on the latest developments in natural and cultural resource management from regional and international scientists...

Times:
  • SMI Oct 17 - Dec 12 (We) 12noon-1pm
  • SMI Jan 16 - May 22 (We) 12noon-1pm

The online Residential Interior Design Education (R.I.D.E.) program is available to both aspiring designing individuals and interior designers who are wanting to increase their education, career opportunities, and professional status in the interior design industry. The R.I.D.E. certification trains new designers and increases the credentials...

Times:
  • Online at www.gatlineducation.com/nwcc

Prepare for a career in wedding planning by mastering the fundamentals of planning, orchestrating, and delivering “wow” weddings and parties. This program allows you to earn your certification as a professional wedding planner—and you’ll even have an opportunity to put your new skills to work in an optional internship!

In these lessons,...

Times:
  • Online at www.gatlineducation.com/nwcc

Hours: 20

Price: $449

Boom lifts are also known as Aerial Lifts or Telehandlers. These telescopic material handlers are used to reach places where standard forklifts cannot go. This course will give operators an understanding of the physics pertaining to boom lifts including the dangers inherent with reach-style forklifts. It will...

Times:
  • TER Nov 15-17 (Fri) 6-10pm (Sa/Su) 8:30-5:30pm

 

This is an introductory chemistry course.  Major topics include lab safety, measurement and matter, atomic theory, chemical names, compounds, mole concept, chemical reactions and calculations, the periodic table, bonding, gases, solutions and acids and bases.

Credits:
4.0

CHEM 0401 is a laboratory science at the advanced level and, with CHEM 0402, is equivalent ot high school Chemistry 11. Topics covered include safety, the scientific method, measurement and calculation, properties of matter, the atom, chemical formulas and equations, and types of chemical reactions. 

Credits:
2.0

CHEM 0402 is a laboratory science at the advanced level and, with CHEM 0401, is equivalent to high school Chemistry 11. Topics covered include: the atom, periodic trends, stoichiometric calculations, solutions, acids and bases

Credits:
2.0

This course is intended for students who require a Provincial Level (grade 12) standing in Chemistry. Topics include reaction kinetics, equilibrium, solubility of ionic substances, acids and bases, and oxidation-reduction equations. This course includes a laboratory component.

Three topics will be covered. The first is a review of general chemical principles, including stoichiometric descriptions of chemical reactions together with a brief history of chemistry as a science. Next, the microscopic description of the natural world as it relates to chemistry, will be discussed with particular consideration to atomic...

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of the study of chemical principles initiated in CHEM 101, this course also consists of three topics. In the first, a quantitative description of chemical reactions with a look at both the short term rates of reactions and their long time, or equilibrium, behaviour will be carried out. In the second, an introduction to...

Credits:
3.0

This course introduces students to fundamental principles of chemistry including the concepts of nomenclature, stoichiometry, states of matter, atoms and subatomic particles, quantum chemistry, bonding, intermolecular forces and their influence on states of matter. Microscopic description of the natural world will be used to explain macroscopic...

Credits:
3.0

Designed for students with grade 12 chemistry and mathematics. A working knowledge of stoichiometry and other basic algebraic and chemistry skills is assumed. In CHEM 121, four topics will be covered in depth. The first two topics deal with the microscopic description of the natural world as it relates to chemistry. In particular, in the first...

Credits:
3.0

Continuation of the study of chemical principles initiated in CHEM 121, this course consists of three topics, namely, thermodynamics, a quantitative description of chemical reactions and a survey of organic chemistry. In the first topic, the four laws of thermodynamics will be discussed with particular emphasis on their application to chemical...

Credits:
3.0

This course is an overview of the chemistry involved in the brewing, packaging, and taste of beer. An introduction to the history of beer making around the world will be reviewed. Beer’s role in different cultures as well as its effects on human health will be covered. Next, the ingredients that make up beer will be discussed with a focus on...

Credits:
3.0

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