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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS COMMERCIAL BAKING Instruction fn latest techniques in pastry and breadmakihg with practical experience and the study of theory and allied subjects. Employment opportunities in intermediate bakeries, and food catering institutions. Registration August 31 One Year Program DIESEL MECHANICS Training to provide basic knowledge of the principles involved in modern engines and machinery. Students develop the manual skills and practical ability necessary for the repair and maintenance of diesel equipment. Employment opportunities with highway transportation companies, road construction companies, petroleum producers and processors. KagMQaUMI afptf ninf r 24 One Year Program DINING ROOM SERVICE Thorough training in basic food service practices with emphasis on strict health practices, economy, efficiency, competency and good Employment opportunities in all hotel, restaurant and food service ccmpanies. Twelve Week Program offered twice yearly January 4 and March 29 MEDICAL RECORDS Training in stenographic Skills, business knowledge, medical terminology and medical report and record format. Employment opportunities with hospitals, medical agencies and clinics. Registration September 22 One Year Program RECREATION FACILITY MAINTENANCE Theory and practice of (continued) operating and maintaining recreation facilities: swimming pools, athletic fields, playgrounds, campgrounds, curling and skating rinks. Applicants must have an Alberta .Grade X level of education or the equivalent in education and experience. Registration September 29 One Year Program SHORT ORDER AND SPECIALTY COOKING Training in general cookery with emphasis on preparation of breakfast foods, use of fryer, grill and broiler. Preparation and service of salads, sandwiches and specialty foods. Employment opportunities in better class restaurants and specialty houses. Registration September S One Year Program WELDING PROGRAMS Training for proficiency through practical application in' the use of oxy-acetylene and electric arc welding with emphasis on corr�o*--- tw>hn!� ainj procedures for all projects. Employment opportunities with all construction companies, repair depots, machinery maintenance and repair firms, railways and governmental departments and shops. Three or Six Week Program* STUDENT COUNSELLING Counselling advice for prospective students is available throughout the year, including the summer months. Those who require advice, direction and testing are requesieo to comacr the Student Counsellor at 284-8428 for an appointment CORRESPONDENCE COURSES Under tfje Canadian Technical and Vocational Course Agreement, the following home studies courses are offered: Power Engineering First Class (Fee: $50) Power Engineering Second Class (Fee: $40) Power Engineering Third Class (Fee: $25) Power Engineering Fourth Class (Fee: $15) Practical Mathematics (applicable to all technical trades) Fee: $15 Automatic Controls Section 1 (Fee: $25) Section 2 (Fee: $15) Section 3 (Fee: $20) Dietary Service Training Enrolment September 1st each year. Fee: $20. MEDICAL SCIENCE DIPLOMA PROGRAMS DIETARY SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Instruction in the fundamentals of nutrition and preparation of diets. Employment is mainly fn hospitals and institutions but may also be in commercial dining service. Registration August 31 Two Year Program MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY* Training in medical laboratory testing procedures to assist doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Employment will be obtained in hospitals and also in food industries and government laboratories. , , _ (continued) Application must be made to an affiliated hospital prior to registration at the Institute on August 31.. Two Year Program RESPIRATORY TECHNOLOGY Training to assist the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of heart and lung disorders and the use and maintenance of all associated equipment.------ Employment will mainly be obtained in hospitals. Application must be made to an affiliated hospital before May 1st of the year of entry. Registration September 14 Two Year Program CANADA MANPOWER SPONSORSHIP In the following programs, some positions are reserved by Canada Manpower. Interested applicants should contact the nearest Canada Manpower Center in order to receive consideration for sponsorship:  Commercial Baking  Diesel Mechanics  Dietary Service Technology  Dining Room Service  Medical Laboratory Technology  Medical Records  Recreation Facility Maintenance  Short Order and Specialty Cooking  Welding Financial Assistance. Students requiring financial assistance to attend the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology may receive information and loan applications from the Bursar. Tuition fees for S.A.I.T. regular day programs are as lew as $65.00 a year. Although dormitories and other living accommodations, are not provided, the Institute is prepared to assist out-of-town students in securing suitable lodging. Please contact the SALT. Housing Officer at 284-8474. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Calgary, Alberta ;