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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MANAGEMENT COURSES PALL 1973 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT This course develops a series of topics through the multi-media approach with films, programmed materials and discussions. 10 Tuesdays, beginning September 25, 1973 p.m. FEE: S30.00 EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION COMMUNICATIONS (B.M.T.) This course will include discussion on such subjects as: What is "Communication." Barriers to the exchange of ideas, Getting ideas into words, Communication is a two-way street, Expressing your thoughts effectively, Getting the most out of what you hear. 10 Mondays, beginning September p.m. FEE: S30.00 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR BE 268 (R.I.A.) The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the opportunity to become familiar with traditional and contemporary theories which underlie the understanding of basic human forces active in organization. 12 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: PERSONNEL ADMiNiSTRATION BE 298 Basic principles of management, planning, organizing and controlling are analyzed in connection with related topics of communications; standards and appraisals, organizational and supervisory controls, motivation and decision making. 15 Saturdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: SALESMANSHIP FALL 1973 THE ARTOF SELLING The course will D'ovide practical experience for selling, finding out what customers want, how to effectively present a product, turning objections into sales, closing a sale and repeat and suggestion selling. 10 Wednesdays, beginning September 26. 1973 p.m. FEE: S25.00 SHORTHAND FALL 1973 SHORTHAND BE 154 A course in Stenoscript ABC Shorthand or Personal Shorthand designed for students registered in the Accounting Secretarial program. Graduation requirement, 80 words per minute with 95% accuracy. 12 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September 18. 1973 p.m.- FEE. TYPING 1973 BASIC TYPING SKILLS Each student will learn the basic techniques necessary for accurate typing and will have the practice time necessary to reach a reasonable degree of proficiency. 10 Tuesdays Thursdays, p.m. FEE: (Each Section) SECTION A beginning, September TYPING BE 141 (Production Typing) Prerequisite: BE 140 Typing Emphasis on typing will be on mailability in production work. Much of the work will be rough draft form with students making the decisions as to form, style, paragraphing, punctuation. 10, 20 to 30 minute timings will be the measure of production skill. 12 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: TYPING (Clerk Typist) The course will include typing practice, how to meet the public, answering the telephone, simple record keeping, filing and general office procedures. A sound background in English is necessary. 6 Tuesdays, beginning September p.m. FEE: WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS PALL 1973---------------- PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR THE MANAGER This workshop will help you re-evaluate your role in public relations, the nature of effective communication, and your responsibility to your associates. 1 Wednesday, beginning September a.m. noon p.m. FEE: MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES Management by Objectives is a way of moving your whole organization in a positive direction. Management of this nature is often referred to as Management by Results. Management by Participation, or Planning and Organizing for Results. Friday, October 26, 1973 p.m. Saturday, October noon FEE: SELLING TECHNIQUES WORKSHOP This workshop will cover in detail such important items as the importance of the seller's personality; preparedness in selling; methods and approaches in selling; how to make a successful closure. Monday to Wednesday, beginning October 22, 23, a.m. noon (each day) FEE: AGRICULTURAL COURSES FALL 1973------------------- Minimum Class Sin -10 Students FEEDLOT OPERATOR'S SEMINAR Designed for the feedlot operator. Topics: organization, construction, feed grain policies, veterinary practices, animal health, pollution control, etc. Wednesday, November 14th, 1973 p.m. Thursday, November 15th, 1973 p.m. FEE: CATTLE HOOF HORN CARE Designed to demonstrate and give practical experience in hoof and horn care, dehorning, and animal restraint for other operations. 2 Mondays Wednesdays Saturdays to p.m. to noon and to p.m. beainning November 19th, 1973 FEE: ANIMAL NUTRITION AO 210 Principles and practices of feeding farm livestock. 12 Mondays Wednesdays p.m. beginning September 24th, 1973 FEE: PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES FALL 1973---------- AND CLIMBING PE 23O Designed to develop safe, competent mountain walkers. Instruction will be given in selection of equipment; basic rock climbing techniques, shelters and bivouacs, menus and camp cooking, orienteering and survival in the mountains. Lengthy hiking trips will necessitate overnight camping. 8 Saturdays or weekends, Beginning September 15th FEE: CANOEING AND CAMPING PE 232 Instruction will be given in basic strokes, capsize drills, canoe games and touring by canoe. Tours will necessitate overnight camping. 5 Saturdays, beginning September 8th FEE: SOCIAL DANCE PE 22O Dances taught are the Foxtrot, Waltz, Polka, Cha Cha South American dances and contemporary American dances. 10 Tuesdays, beginning October 9th, (Fall) p.m. FEE: CREATIVE MOVEMENT AND MUSIC (Women) An exciting approach to discovering yourself through the medium of simple dance. Limbering and conditioning exercises for warm-up and flexibility are followed by a session where rhythm, mood music, visual and word images are all used to explore basic vocabulary of movement. 5 Tuesdays Thursdays, beginning October 9th a.m. FEE: KARATE INSTRUCTION Karate is taught for three main objectives: physical conditioning, self defense and as a sport. Classes include basic instruction for men and women. 16 Tuesdays, beginning September 4th, 1973 (Fall) p.m. FEE: BADMINTON (Beginner) For those who have little knowledge of the game. Students supply their own racquets. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October 16.1973 p.m. FEE: BADMINTON (Intermediate) Designed to develop speed and skill in competitive play. Students supply their own racquets. 20 Tuesdays, beginning October p.m. FEE: PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT CLASSES Candidates participate in recreational activities and study Health Science. 1st Hour Group recreational activity and individual exercises. 2nd Hour Health Science discussions on emotional development; safety and emergency care; growth; maturation and family life; environmental health; drug use and abuse. 10 Tuesdays, beginning October 9th, 1973 p.m. FEE: ;