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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 TAXATION BE 172 __ This eourM in taxation la baaed upon the study and Interpretation of the Canadian Income Tax Act It designed not so much to give the student answers to tax problem! but rather to help one find the relevant provisions In law relating to tax encountered. Essentially the course deals with the determination of Income, both Individual and corporate and the computation and payment of taxes on that Income lor Individuals and corporations. 12 Mondays Widasidays Jeimery 9, FEE: 112.90. TYPING BE 106 This typing course for beginners covers the fundamentals of touch typing and standard latter styles. It Is designed to develop akflts required for the typing of business and personal letters, manuscripts, re- ports and special forms. A January 7. 1975. 12 Tuesdays Thyredeys AprH 15. itTS. TYPING Typist) The course wHl Include typing practice. how to meet the pubHc, answering the telephone, simple record keeping. Wing general office procedures. A sound background In English Is necessasry. FtfctMJM. SALES MANAGEMENT SEMINAR This seminar concentrates on Improving face-to-face skills as well as planning an effective sales program. 919.00. INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED SECRETARIES ft ADMINISTRATORS The School of Continuing Education wW be offering a course for the Chartered Institute of Secretaries In the Winter Semester. Course, data and fee will be announced at a later data. BLOCK BUSINESS PROGRAMMING The School of Continuing Education la striving to offer a more diversified business program this winter. Below are the choices of courses and the blocks of time that are available to you. Courses may operate at any time however, providing there are 12 interested students. Please select the courses you desire and the block of time In which you wish to register. Flit out the attached application form and return It to us as soon as possible For more Information contact the School of Continuing Education at 327-2141 Ext. 22B In addition to these business courses, the School of Business offers courses that are one semester In length TYPEWRITING A course for beginners or refreshing an old skill Fundamentals of touch typing and standard letter styles Develop skills Tor typing business and personal letters, manuscripts, reports. January 6-Febtuarv Meek A 900-1240 noon Block B p.m. February 24-Aprii 1, Block C noon Block D p.m. April 3-May 9, Block C noon Block f p.m. MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION Learn to be a skHted typist through practise with prepared material on different kinds of transcription machines Students progress to more difficult office dictation and develop a "first time correct" technique January (-January Btock-A noon Block B p.m. February 24-March Block C noon Stock D p.m. Apni 3-April 24, Block E noon Btack F p.m. BOOKKEEPING An introductory bookkeeping course emphasizing basic principles of double entry bookkeeping Special Journals, subsidiary ledgers, banking duties, and petty cash are some of the topics January 6-February 7, 1975 Block A noon Block B p.m. February 24-Aprll 1. 1975 Block C noon Block D p.m. April 3-Mey 9, 1975 Block E noon Block F p.m. A basic bookkeeping come dealing specifically with payrolllng receivables, January 24-Febr uary 7, 1975 Block A noon Block B p.m. March It-April 1, 1975 Block C noon Block 0 p.m. April 25-May 9, 1975 Block E noon Block F D.m. AGRICULTURAL COURSES ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION Covers the practical and theoretical material necessary for a student to pass his Prov- incial Technician 1 Examinations The 108 hours of the course covers the following Lec- tures C52 hrs Topics will Include, Reproductive Diseases, Meat Detection, Regulations and Report Forms, Insemination Procedures, Qenetlcs and Reproductive System, Cor- rals, Building and Miscellaneous Examinations, Calving Procedures Practical (56 hrs} Topics will include Insemination and Pregnancy Testing Semen Processing Lab. Dates and Fees to be announced at a later dale. AGRICULTURAL ACCOUNTING AG 152 An introduction to Farm Accounting using the double entry system A detailed look Into the Tax Act and a general study ol Canfarm (computerized farm accounting systems] 12 Mondays Wadnaadayi January p.m. FEE: AGRICULTURAL LAW Topics private rights, court procedures, study of statutes, criminal code, and prepara- tion of legal documents 12 Tuesdays January p.m. FEE: AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS AG 201 Engine overhaul, a study of engine components and their function, design, measure- ment and repair This will include trie use of micrometers, calipers, small hola gauges and plastigage for measuring plus the use of pin valve cylinder and other recondition- ing equipment related to engine overhaul 16 Tuesdays Thursdays January 00 ANIMAL BREEDING AG 207 Basic Genetics, physiology of animal reproduction, selection and Improvement of farm animals through breeding programs 12 Mondays A Wednesdays January p.m. FEE: FARM STRUCTURES AG 160 A study of construction practices to Include site selection, preparation and excavation, cement and quality concrete, concrete testing, mixes and curing, cost estimating, types of construction, framing and other related materials. 12 Mondays 12 Wednesdays January p.m. FEE. BASIC LANDSCAPING HOME GARDENING Instruction on the basic considerations of lawn preparation and planning as well as types and varieties of grasses, trees, shrubs and flowers, their care and treatment B Mondays March p.m. FEE: CHEMICAL WEED SPRAYING COURSE Deals with various weed sprays, application methods, the principles and effects on the Immediate environment, legal limitations, weeds, and plant diseases 12 Mondays January p.m. FEE: FARRIER COURSE The art of shoeing, making of shoes, preparing feet for the shoe, corrective shoeing, lameness and unsoundness and techniques of handling. 10 Tuesdays Thursdays January p.m. FEE: INDOOR GARDENING The significant techniques and skills necessary for the person who likes to plant and care for their own bedding-out plants 3 Wednesdays January p.m. FEE: SPRINKLER IRRIGATION COURSE The course Is aimed at those people who are either contemplating or presently using sprinkler Irrigation Topics to be discussed Include Irrigation practices, how soil type, climate and crop affect the design, types of sprinkler and trickle systems, sprinkler sys- tem design, and Installation, operation and maintenance of sprinkler systems Including pumps, pipelines, power units and the system Itself 10 Wednesdays February p.m. FEE: Minimum reglstrstlon 20 students. WELDING AM 175 A basic course In oxy-acetylene and arc welding with related theory Practical develop- ment of good welding habits and care of equipment Salety features are stressed through- out Section D 13 Saturdays January noon and p.m. Section E 13 Mondays Wednesdays January Section F 13 Tuesdays Thursdays January p.m. FEE: ALL CLASSES subject to a MINIMUM registration of 12 students unless other- wise stated REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS STARTING DATE FEES ard due and payable ON or BEFORE trw llrst class. PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES KARATE INSTRUCTION Karate Is taught for three main objectives physical conditioning, sail defense and as a sport Classes Include basic Instruction lor men and women 16 Tuesdays January p.m. FEE: SOCIAL DANCE PE 220 This course Is designed to stimulate an Interest among students In various dances, I e fox trot, waltz, polka, cha cha swing, Latin and South American dances and contemporary American dances Proper dance etiquette, skill and grace will also be taught so that the beginning dancer will feel al ease In social dance circles B Tueidays and 16 Wednesdays January B, 1975 p.m. FEE: per person Minimum registration 20 students. GOLF INSTRUCTION Time wll be given In each lesson lor practice Special Instruction at the golf course when the weather Is suitable will be an added benefit ol this program The Intermediate classes are designed lor those students who are beyond the beginner s stage but who wish to improve their knowledge and iron out flaws In their game Section 10 Mondays April p.m. Section 10 Mondays April p.m Section 10 Mondays April p m. Section 10 Tuesdays April B, 1975 p.m. Section H-lntermedlate 10 Tuesdays April p.m Section 10 Wednesdays April p.m. Section 10 Wednesdays April p.m. Section 10 Wednesdays April p.m Section 10 Thursdays April p.m. Section 10 Thursdays April p m. Section N-lntermediale 10 Thursdays April DO p.m LIMITED TO 12 STUDENTS PER SECTION FEE: YOGA Yoga helps to reduce body tension and increase one's peace of mind Excerclses ;n deep breathing, physical exercise, relaxation and meditation under the guidance of a quali- fied instructor 10 Tuesdays January p.m. FEE. 120.00 YOGA INTERMEDIATE This course continues on Irom the beginners course providing more intensive instruc- tion In breathing physical exercise relaxation and meditation 10 Wednesdays January p.m ALL CLASSES subject to a MINIMUM registration of 12 students unless otherwise stated REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS ONE WEEK PRIOR TO CLASS STARTING DATE FEES are due and payable ON or BEFORE the flrit class. ;