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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Snlurdny, 18, 1971 To qo June RETAIL MERCHANDISING AND DISPLAY COURSE NO. P4010 the skill of retail merchandising and display. Tho couiso covers retailing, advertising, retail selling, human relalions and public speaking. 14 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 STENO-TYPIST REFRESHER COURSE NO. P4011 Designed for the person who has had previous secretarial training or experience. Subjects covered will include shorthand, typing, human relations, office procedure and business machines. 12 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEBRUARY 7, 1972 CLERK-TYPIST COURSE NO. MOIJ Typing, record keeping, office machines, communications, and office procedure are covered in this course. Designed to introduce the student into the basic skills of a clerk- typisl career. 12 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEBRUARY 7, 1972 HOSPITALITY PERSONNEL SALESMANSHIP-SALES CLERK COURSE NO. P4013 COURSE NO. P4014 6 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 10 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 MANAGEMENT and LEADERSHIP SKILLS COURSE NO. P4015 Designed for the person who seeks management and leader- ship skills as they apply to his job, or to prepare for other executive positions. Topics include bookkeeping, public speaking, written communications and human rela- tions. 12 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 CLERICAL, BOOKKEEPING and OFFICE MACHINES COURSE NO. P40I6 Typing, bookkeeping, office machines, communications, and office procedure arc the course subjects in this pro- gram, designed to train students for clerical positions in business or industry. 12 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEBRUARY 7, 1972 WARD-AIDE COURSE NO. P4017 Ti- me will :'J" Classroom and clinical skillJ enabling n '.'ui.'-.-r-t to employment as a ward-aide in an auxiliary hospital or nursing home. The program in- cludes in the wards of local auxiliary hospilais or ML': sirv.i A WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 REGISTERED NURSES REFRESHER PROGRAM COURSE NO. P4018 week cf intensive theoretical review of accepted musing practice, followed by applied clinical praclice ar- ranged within locol hospitals. 1 WEEK PLUS CLINICAL SERVICE- COMMENCING JANUARY 24, 1972 MEDICAL SERVICES CLERK COURSE NO. P4019 Training in the basic clerical work carried out in the health services field, for such positions as ward-clerks, ad- mitting office, personnel, receptionists in hospitals and doctors' clinics, and in public health and community health centres. 6 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 24, 1972 LABORATORY AIDE COURSE NO. P4020 The laboratory Aide program is designed to provide stu- dents with a background in fundamental laboratory skills and knowlcdgs required for employment in science and related field laboratories. 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 SCHOOL AIDE COURSE NO. P4021 Designed to pi', z itudcn'i the background necessary 10 the and to ether school personnel. 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 YOUTH SERVICES WORKER COURSE NO. P4022 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 DAY-CARE AIDE COURSE NO. P4023 Students In this program will be trained to do competent work in day-care operations, a critical area of employ- ment increasingly demanded by our changing society. The course will provide o greater understanding of ths growth, development and psychology of the younger child. 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 HOMEMAKING A CAREER COURSE NO. P4024 Designed to qualify women for employment as domestic helpers so that they may gain remuneration by being qualified, knowledgeable and competent homemakers. 8 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 17, 1972 BASIC ENGLISH FOR NEW CANADIANS COURSE NO. P4025 Courses designed to assist those students who need to Improve their ability lo read and wrile English in order to takft be'fer advantage of existing nt. Prnrticol use of test equip. 15 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 17, 1972 DRAPERY CONSTRUCTION and UPHOLSTERY COURSE NO. P4038 Training in the designing, construction ond altering of drapery and upholstery materials. Project worlc will be a major port of the course, with opportunities in both sections. Students moy enter at either point in his course. DRAPERY-6 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 UPHOLSTEP.Y-10 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEB. 21, 1972 SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT COURSE NO. P4042 9 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEBRUARY 28, 1972 Building Construction and Maintenance COURSE NO. P4046 A six-week pro-apprenticeship carpentry course (basic construction! followed by on optional fix-week cabinet ninkinq, building mninti-nnm.c, or pointing pre-apprent'ce- prnginm. Slndrnt-, mny at rilhpr '.tnrtincj point. fho'.r intinq both -.vill ronrluoV the roursr wilh ri Iwo-vvnr't proMirnl CARPENTRY-6 WEEKS COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 2nd PROGRAM-8 WEEKS-COMMENCING FEB. 21, 1972 Introduction To Mechanical Trades COURSE NO. P4050 This course offers si loquirr-f) to repair. 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 WELDING COURSE NO. P4048 Technical and practical training in welding for common agricultural, construction, manufacturing ond other in- dustrial jobs. Course inludes lioili ihc-ory ond proclice in the bosks of ond r i( woldinq with shop demonstration and sludrnl parti--ipolion. RerjKte, for jix-week program or full Iwfilvp rour-.r. UP TO 12 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 3, 1972 BUSINESS EQUIPMENT SERVICING COURSE NO. P4051 An Inroduction to the theory and practice required for a carof.T In tfic business equipment servicing industry. Theory and lab training in the construction atnl repair of type- writers, adding machines, duplicators, copying machines and dictation equipment. 15 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 17, 1972 LIBRARY AIDE COURSE NO. P4052 This p.-onrnrn is designed to leach llic basic principles nnd skills required Io qualify for a position as on aide within a library syr-trm. 16 WEEKS-COMMENCING JANUARY 10, 1972 For STUDENT SERVICES IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327-2141 an PERSONS INTERESTED IN HEIPING IN THE INSTRUCTION OF THESE PROGRAMS SHOULD CONTACT: THE DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL tETKBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ;