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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta NGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DIPLOMA PROGRAMS AERONAUTICAL^ �- ^ TECHNOLOGY Tirtningtoossist the scientist and engineer in construction wid development in modern aeronautics. Employment opportunities with aircraft designers and manufacturers and aircraft maintenance companies. RecjstratiM Ssptmfcor 24 Three Year AIRCRAFT __,___/ MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY Jnstruction coming airframes and engines to provide technical training required for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's License "A" Category issued by the Department of Transport. Employment opportunities with airlines, charter aircraft companies, flying schools and dubs. 14 ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY Infraction to develop sfcJKs h #_____, ___.! JaauJAM Jaa*IltMB arcnnecnirai wawjiig, ueuiitng and rendering through studies of architectural design, structural design and the organizational, contractural, and business relationships encountered-ki the profession. Employment opportunities witn aranitecturai omces, planning boards, materials suppliers and other firms in the construction industry. .^j, Tana Year Pregram ("A" Year) September 23 ("B" TOM) 23 Tama Year Program Two Year Program Two Year Program AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Training in the maintenance, repair and servicing of automotive equipment, with basic training for entry to specialist fields in the automotive industry.. Employment opportunities in every section of the chemical industries Including petroleum and natural ps BHUU�fa� K| ___. Ammmmmmmt _______) processing, putp ana paper], petrochemical ptoducuon, metallurgical refining and various government agencies. Registration September 24 Two Year Program CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (BIOCHEMISTRY) Further training in theory and laboratory techniques Eus modern chemical strumentation with specialization in biochemistry and bacteriology. Employment opportunities with biochemists in the fields of quality control and research In agricultural industries, food and beverage industries, department of agriculture, universities, hospitals, Atomic Energy of Canada, and other government agencies. Optional Second Year of Chemical Tecnnofogy* CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (OPERATIONS) Training gMng a.strong CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY (RESEARCH) First year students showing special ability are offered an enriched second year program including additional training Jn glassblowing techniques and calculus. Graduates qualify to work with chemical research teams with Atomic Energy of Canada, National and Provincial Research Councils and other organizations as outlined for Chemical Technology. Optional Second Year of Chemical Technology. COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY Training In mathematics, accounting, computer programming and data processing systems and applications. Employment opportunities with oil companies, financial institutions or any firms having computer installations. ffl- -T.l � � It � ^ ^- � * - mm itcguHiauun aepunwer m Two Year Program DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY 31 Training in the design, installation and maintenance of heating, ventilating, and cooling equipment Employment opportunities with mechan|cal equipment manufacturers and distributors, mechanical contractors, construction industry and food storage ami processing. Registration September 23 Two Year Program Two Year Program CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY Broad training in fundamental chemical principles, basic laboratory techniques and modern chemical instrumentation. Employment opportunities in the fields of quality control and product development in (continued) subjects including chemical production operations, process instrumentation, drafting, metallurgy, as well as continuing studies in chemistry. Employment opportunities with chemical engineers in the fields of process operation and control, process development and pilot plant investigations, universities and research organizations. Optional Second Year of Chemical Technology. Training for men and women as drafting technologists with a basic understanding of mechanical, structural and topographical drawing and design. Practical instruction in machine shop and surveying in the field. Employment opportunities in every phase of construction, design and planning. Registration September 21 Three Year Program ("A" Year) ' (continued} APPLIED ARTS PD IPLOMA ROGRAMS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Thorough training in the major phases of modern business and the development of basic managerial skills and administrative abilities. Employment, opportunities in supervisory capacities in every type of commercial enterprise. Registration September 22 Two Year Program GRAPHIC ARTS ADMINISTRATION Training in business and communication skills required in managerial areas of production, sales, purchasing, finance-and control of the printing industry. Employment opportunities with commercial printers, lithographers, industrial printing plants, etc. Registration September 23 Two Year Program HOTEL, MOTEL AND RESTAURANT ADMINISTRATION Business training to qualify students in the operation of hotels, motels, restaurants and other businesses catering to the' industry. Employment opportunities in every sector of the accommodation and food service industry.' Registration September 22 Two Year Program JOURNALISM ADMINISTRATION Training in the business aspects and production techniques of the journalism industry. * Employment opportunities with daily and weekly newspapers, advertising agencies, trade and industrial journals, magazine and publishing houses. Registration September 23 Two Year Program LIBRARY ARTS Training in the business, clerical and technical skills for a career as a library assistant. Employment opportunities with public and community libraries, educational libraries, industrial and business libraries. Registration September 23 Two Year Program MERCHANDISING ADMINISTRATION Training to provide students with a wide background for the merchandising field. Employment opportunities with all merchandising firms, manufacturers and government departments. Registration September 22 Two Year Program SECRETARIAL ARTS Training to highest proficiency (continue^) in secretarial skills, academic subjects and business knowledge for a career as an executive secretary. Employment opportunities exist in all business and professional firms, government agencies and educational institutions. Registration September 22 Two Year Program TELEVISION, STAGE AND RADIO. ARTS Training in writing, sales, advertising, public relations, speech, design, stagecrafts and production techniques for broadcast and entertainment industries. Employment opportunities with broadcast stations, educational television, auditoriums and theatre companies, industrial display departments and public relations firms. Registration September 23 Two Year Program Registration September 23 Three Year Program ("B" Year) Registration September 23 Two Year Program ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY Training to provide the broad basic knowledge of electrical theory, mathematics and physics as applied to the electrical industry and a thorough knowledge of the fundamental electrical machines used in industry. Employment opportunities in every line of industrial electricity.  Registration September 23 Two Year Program ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY Training to become technologists in the research, development, operation and maintenance areas of the electronics industry. Employment opportunities abound in the research, oil, chemical, computer and communications industries. Registration September 21 Three Year. Program ("A" Year) Twgistranon SepfembwTT* Three Year Program ("B" Year) ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY (BROADCASTING) Training to become technologists in broadcast station engineering, and equipment research, design, development and maintenance. Employment opportunities with broadcast stations and manufacturers of electronic and broadcast equipment. Optional Third Year of Electronic Technology. ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY (TELECOMMUNICATIONS) Training to become technologists in the production, installation, operation and maintenance phases of radio, television and telecommunication industries. Employment opportunities available in every branch of communication services and with manufacturers of electronic and telecommunications equipment. Optional Third Year of Electronic Technology. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Extensive training in processes, materials, and inspection methods, both theoretical and by practical experience in shops and laboratories, augmented by programs in statistics and industrial psychology. Employment opportunities in manufacturing industries in the areas of production control, quality control, research and automatic production. Registration September 8 Two Year Program MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Intensive training in fundamentals of physics, applied mechanics, metallurgy, strength of materials, mathematics and machine design with practical work In Shops and laboratories and drafting practice. Employment opportunities in engineering offices, research, testing and experimenting and compiling data reports and in the supervision of equipment installation, operation and maintenance. Registration September 24 Two Year Program PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY Training for engineering and geological technologists in the petroleum industry and allied industries. Employment opportunities in the oil industry, well-servicing companies, and every phase of the petroleum field. Registration September 24 Twa Vwr IWii�------- PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY (GEOLOGY) Training for students particularly interested in the geological aspects of the petroleum industry. Specific development of such geology topics as spectrograph^ and x-ray diffraction methods of rock and mineral analysis. Graduate will find rewarding work in the petroleum or mining field, fullfilling assignments in mapping, air-photo interpretation, construction of cross sections and other exploration programs. Optional Second Year of Petroleum Technology PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY (RESERVOIR) Extensive training for those particularly interested in the reservoir aspect of the petroleum industry. Employment opportunities in the petroleum field as assistants in field development programs, unitization submissions to government regulatory bodies and company finance. Optional Second Year of Petroleum Technology POWER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Training to become qualified Power Engineers including study of pressure vessels design, design features of turbines, electricity, air compression, refrigeration, pumps and thermodynamics. Employment opportunities in design offices, power plants, nuclear power plants (continued) and utility companies. Registration September 8 Two Year Program STRUCTURAL TECHNOLOGY Training in structural design, materials and construction techniques to qualify as supervisors, estimators, contractors and other positions in the construction industry. Employment opportunities in all phases of construction, allied industries and departments of government. Registration September 23 Two Year Program SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY Training in the practical skills and knowledge of surveying and preparation of students to write the professional examinations of the Alberta Land Surveyors* Association or the Dominion Land Surveyors Association. Employment opportunities with surveyors, consulting engineers, the oil exploration industry and civic engineering departments. Registration September 23 Two Year Program ALBERTA COLLEGE OF ART DIPLOMA PROGRAMS Programs are offered in Advertising Art, Applied Art and General Crafts, Fine Art Painting, Fine Art Sculpture, Pottery and Ceramics. Employment opportunities with advertising firms, promotional departments of government, cuimiiofvi�i �rt jfirms. art galleries and in the teaching profession. Reghtratioh September 24 Four Year Programs COMMERCIAL COOKING Training in basic and advanced principles of commercial cooking. Employment opportunities in all phases of food catering industries. Registration September 8 Two Year Program PROGRAMS CONTINUED OVERLEAF FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON. r To: Registrar "1 I SOUTHERN ALBERTA I � INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY | ! 1301 - 16th Avenue N.VV., ! 1 Calgary 41, Alberta I . NAME..................................................................... I | ADDRESS:............................................................... I | CITY OR TOWN: .................................................... | | I would like further information on the following i - programs. __________________ ! j SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY I I Financially Assisted By The Government of Canada J ;