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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta MCE 4 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES AVAILABLE 1972 HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY Chemistry 120........Monday ond Wednesday lialofy 120 Tuesday and Thursday English 120 Tuesday and Thursday French 120.........Monday and Wednesday Mathomatict 110......Monday and Wednesday Mathematics 120......Monday and Wednetday Physics 120.............Tutsday and Thureday Per Course HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION Biology 130 Monday and Wednesday Chtmltlry 130........ Tuesday and Thursday English 190 Tuesday and Thunday French 130 Tuesday and Thursday Mathematics 130......Monday and Wednesday Mathematics 131 Tuesday and Thursday Physics 130 Monday and Wednesday Social Studies 130.....Monday and Wednetday FCE-J30.OO Per Course TIME; All classes operate two evenings per week as is indicated on the schedule. p.m. DATES: PREPARATORY AND MATRICULATION classes will January 10th OR Tuesday January llth, 1972, and end Wednesday, April 26th OR Thurs- day, April 27lh, 1972. BASIC ENGLISH FOR NEW CANADIANS This program is designed to assist any adult who wishes lo speak and write English correctly. Students are allowed to enter whatever level seems most appropriate lo their needs. Once initial placement has been achieved they should expect la spend one semester of study at each level. 10 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning January llth, 1972, p.m. TUITION FEE for each (fee includes all necessary texts and workbooks) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YEAR I (Credit Counw) ACCOUNTING BE (R.I.A.) (C.I.S.) An introductory accounting course emphasizing funda- mental accounting principles and concepts. The account- Ing cycle, accounting for sales, purchases and cash transactions, inventories and other assets are developed and then applied to a sole proprietorship. 20 Saturdays beginning January 15th, 1972 a.m.- p.m. (plus text) ACCOUNTING BE (R.I.A.) (C.I.S.) (CREDIT) Concepts and principles of parlnership and corporation accounting in the primary area of concentration. Par- ticular emphasis is placed on the changes in owner equity in both partnerships and limited company opera- tions. Special accounting techniques employed with voucher systems, departmental and manufacturing oper- ation are also covered, prerequisile-ACCOUNTING Mondays and Wednesdays beginning January 17th, 1972 p.m. FEE: JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL UPGRADING English 80, Mathematics 80, Science 80 This series of courses is designed to give the adull who lacks a Junior high school diploma Ihe necessary background lo enter the Adult High School program. ENGLISH SO- 10 Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning January lllh, 1972 p.m. MATHEMATICS 80- 10 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning January 10th, 1972 p.m. SCIENCE 80- 10 Mondays and Wednesdays beginning January 10th, 1972 p.m. TUITION FEE far each (fee includes oil necessary texts and DATA PROCESSING BE 149 (CREDIT) The basic business applications of order wriling, billing, accounts receivable, inventory accounting, and sales analysis are used to illustrate how data processing Sys- tems are affected by the kind of equipment used. (Credit can be given for this course in either Data Pro- cessing be or Data Processing BE 149) 10 Tuesdays and Thuifcjays beginning January 18th, 1972 p.m. FEE: (plus text) BOOKKEEPING FOR SMALL BUSINESS BE (Credit or Non Credit) This course has been prepared for and others who do the bookkeeping in small business but who have not had previous training. Ms purpose is lo provide Ihe fundamentals of bookkeeping as well as assist the participant appraise his presenl accounting system and make Improvements where nertssary. B Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning January IBIh, 1972 p.m. FEE: (includes Uxt and working material) ECONOMICS BE (C.I.S.) This course introduces the principles and methods of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of economic policy. Emphasis is placed on production end allocation of economic resources ond distribution of in- come through Ihe private enterprise price syiwm, IS beginnlni January 20th, 1972 (plus tot) WINTER SEMESTER 1972 ACCOUNTING BE (R.I.A.) Special accounting systems with application lo control of business activities. Interpretation of accounting menh, analysis of working capital, analyzing operation! and fund ilalemenli receive cansideroble emphosit. Prereqimile-ACCOUNTING BE 12 Tutttfayt and Thursdayi beginning January llth, 1972 p.m. FEE 50.00. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING BE courte is designed to an acquired technical competence into effective managerial skills. Lectures, caie jludiet and workshop periods will analyze goals of the firmj profit planning, cost-prof it-volume relation- the control of costs, the meaiurement of manager' iol performance, subjective, probability and decisions under uncertainty. 12 beginning January ISlh, 1972 p.m. FEE: PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION BE The principle of management, planning, organizing and controlling are analyzed In connection with related topics of communications, standards and approliaIt, 'organizational and supervisory cantoris, moiivations and decision-making. 12 Saturdays beginning January 15th, 1972 a.m. FEE: MARKETING MANAGEMENT BE An advanced course in marketing management dealing With i Marketing Organization. Marketing Planning. Marketing Csntrol. 12 and Wednesdays beginning January 10th, T972 p.m. FEE: CERTIFICATE IN MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AIM OF PROGRAM: The aim of this program Is to provide a rich educational experience for personnel already in management or for members of communit ywho would like training in some of the kills necessary to compete in the field of management. Entrance Requirements Adult Privilege (over 18 yean of age) The following courses are required to qualify for a certificate in the Management Program. One or two courses may be taken per semester until Ihe requirements are completed. English EN 5 Management Accounting EN 5 hours Data Processing BE 147 5 hours Marketing Management BE 5 hours Organization Behavior BE 5 hours Personnel Administration BE 5 hours TOTAL 30 hours NOTE: Please check under ihe Business Administration Program in this brochuer la see (eh da his end times the courses are offered. GENERAL INTEREST BUSINESS COURSES (NON CREDIT) AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION COURSES BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT This short course developed by the American Manage- ment Association develops a series of lopics through 1he multi-media approach with films, programmed materials and discussions. EACH SECTION IS LIMITED TO 25 PERSONS 10 Thursdays beginning January 20th, 1972 FEE: J25.00 (text and supplies included) SUERVISORY MANAGEMENT COURSE-PART II LEADERSHIP SKILLS This short course developed by the American Manage- ment Association, is the follow-up of Basic Principles of Supervisory Management. The course develops a series of topics through the multi-media approach with films, programmed materials and discussions. 10 beginning January IBh, 1972 p.m. FEE: (supplies included) TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE (NON CREDIT) This course will offer each student Ihe opportunity to learn the basic techniques necessary for o ecu rate typing as well as ihe practice lime necessary to reach a rea- sonable degree of proficiency. 5 Tuesdays and Thursdays in each section p.m. FEE: per section begins Tuesday, January 10th, 1972 February 22nd, 1972 E-begint Tuesday, 2lth ,1972 CLERK-TYPIST (RECEPTIONIST) (NON CREDIT! This is a series of courses which is designed la help typing skill and who are looking for employment train- ing. The coune will include lome typing practice, how to meet the public, answering ihe telephone, filing and general office procedures. A sound background in Eng- Ish It netestary. 4 Tyeiddyt beginning January llth, 1972 fplut filing kit) SHORTHAND SPEED PRACTICE BE (CREDIT) This Is open to any student of Gregg, Pitman or the ABC Shorthand who have completed their theory. and who with to improve their ikill In shorthand ana transcription. 6 beginning January 17thg 197I7AO-t.OOp.rn. FEE: WINDOW AND STORE INTERIOR MERCHANDISING Designed for merchant who wlshet to create producing displays, 10 Mondays beginning January 17th, 1973 p.m. FEE; SMAU LUISINESS MANAGEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM This is a series o fcourses which it designed la help businessmen in some facet of work they do. The courtn are developed around ihe modern rait) iitudy technique. Business situation! are included kn case representative of the day-to-day experiences of the average businessman. NOTE: In the descriptions that follow (8.M.T.) indicant courses of the Dullness Management Training Program" offered in cooperation with the Division of Vocational Education of ihe Alberta Department of Education. EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION-COMMUNICATIONS (B.M.T.) (NON CREDIT) One of the fundamental skills required of all super- visors is the ability to communicate effectively with those with whom they must work. In this course a de- tailed examination is made of that most basic human facility, the ability la communicate. 10 Wednesdays beginning January 19th, 1972 p.m. FEE: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION-ADMINISTRATION (B.M.T.) (NON CREDIT) Topics to be covered in this course include: The role of the responsibility for ser- vice, personnel, costs and improvements Analyzing the of facts from symptoms 10 beginning January 19th, 1972 p.m. FEE: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION-HUMAN RELATIONS (B.M.T.) (NON CREDIT) This course has been designed lo help Ihe supervisor to deal effectively with his porblems in the area of Per- sonnel Management, The boiic theme of the course it that for profit maximization, all persons working in a business must work a> a team. 10 beginning January 17th, 1972 p.m. FEE: PERSONNEL (EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIPS) (B.M.T.) (NON CREDIT) This course with the approach and methods which can wie in Order to gel and keep the kind of employees needed in their businesses. Thh course would also be of interest lo ihe employee. 10 Mtfndayt beginning January 17lh, 1972 FEE: GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAM PAINTING AND DRAWING This course will include the theory and practice of drawing; various media such as crrarcoal, conle, pen and ink and pencil will be used. Instruclion will also be given in the technique or walercolor, and oil painl- ing. 10 Wednesdays beginning January 26th, 1972 p.m. FEE: (plus cost of supplies) A CHALLENGE FOR CHARM A challenge il presented to every woman enrolled trt this course to improve her personal and poise. Special emphosis wiM be placed on sVin cars) and make-up, hair care and styling, diet and posturOi style consciousness and planning of a wardrohe. LIMITED TO TWENTY REGISTRANTS B Wednesdays beginning January loth, 1972 p.m. FEE: GOLF INSTRUCTION-BEGINNERS Learn lo hit the hall under the guidance of o compe- lenl instructor. This is on activity program for those who wish lo team the basic fundamentals of ihe game. Time will be given for actual practice. REGISTRATION LIMITED TO TWELVE STUDENTS SECTION A-rO Wednesdays beginning January 26th p.m. FEE: SECTION 1-10 Thursdays beginning January 27th p.m. FEE: GOLF INSTRUCTION-INTERMEDIATES Designed tar those who are beyond the stage, but who wish to improve their knowledge and iron out flaw! in the game under the guidance of a competent instructor. Time will ba given for actual REGISTRATION LIMITED TO TWELVE STUDENTS SECTION C-10 Thursdays beginning January 37lh a.m. FEE: ;