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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 TH! LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, 5, 1970 EVENING COURSE Lethbridge Community College BUSINESS EDUCATION Under the jurisdiction of the School of Continuing Edu- cation of Iha Lelhbridgo Community College adulls may reg- ister for courses under eilher a CREDIT or a NON-CREDIT basis. Tho Business Educalion program has been arranged to allow adults lo. if Obtain training in business skills for employment purposes or for personal use. if Upgrade existing skills to improve job opportunities. Qualify for special cerlifScales offered under the Division of Continuing Educalion. if Provides for advanced standing and certificales or diplomas from (he Lelhbridge Community College. These courses are open fo any person not currenlly reg- istered in a regular, daytime program In a standard high school. CREDIT COURSES Courses offered for CREDIT are available only if the slu- dent can qualify for admission to the School of Business Edu- cation. Admission Requirements: Business Admin is I ration an Alberta High School Dip- loma. Secretarial Science Minimum of 67 Alberta High School credits with at least "B" ilanding in a Grade XI language. NOTE: Courses marked (R.I.A.) may be used for credit In R.I.A. program under affiliation agreement with the Society of Cost Accountants of Alberla. ACCOUNTING (R.I.A.) An introductory accounting course emphasizing fundamental accounting principles and concepts. The accounting cycle, account- ing for sales, purchases ard cash transactions, invenlories and olher assets are developed and then applied to a sole pro- prietorship. The preparation of statements, function and purpose of the worksheet, and handling of special journals and ledgers are included. 12 Mondays Wednesdays beginning September 21, 1970 p.m. Fee: ACCOUNTING (R.t.A.) This course includes a review of the accounting principles os applied to a corporate business with emphasis on the preparation of financial statements. A depth study into areas of accounling in which several methods can be applied in the recording of fin- ancial dala. Problems related lo accounts receivable, fixed assets and gains or losses in regards to profits studied. Prerequisite Accounting 25 Tuesdays Thursdays beginning September 22nd, 1970 p.m. Fee: AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING An inrioduclion to computer programming concepts includ- ing a study of stored programs, machine language and assembly language programs, media, program flowcharting, coding and data manipulation. Languages studied are Cabal, RPG, .PL-1, and Fortran. Tho Olive I Ii Programming compuler is used to illustrate program- ming concepts. Prerequisite Data Processing 149 or 145 course can also serve ai a follow up to the College Secretarial Dala Processing. 16 Mondays Wednesdays bcgginning October 7th, 1970 Fw: BUSINESS LAW 166 (R.I.A.) (C.I.S.) Designated lo acquaint the student With the common prac- tical laws as applied to ordinary business procedures. The sludy relates lo contracts, negotiable instruments, agency, estates and (rusts, personal and real properly, sale., government partnership: and corporation law and cases under these topics. 20 Tuesdays beginning October 13th, 1970 p.m. Feet DATA PROCESSING 74. Training on rotation basii in the operation of adding machines, printing calculators, rotary electronic, cal- culators, bookkeeping machines, duplicating and dic- tating machines. Included in the course is an introduction to unit record and electronic dafa processing, 10 Tuesdays Thundayi beginning September 29th, 1970 p.m. ENGLISH 1C6 (R.I.A.) (C.I.S.) Proper written ikilli in business require regular practice. A lerios of assignments will eovor all areas of business commun- ication from the improvement of baiic grammatical skills to for- mal report writing. The format used in this clasi will require extra lime outside of class to complete the required assignments. 20 Mondays beginning September 28th, 1970 p.m. MANAGERIAL STATISTICS (R.I.A.) Btatislical approach to managerial decision making, collection of dala by sample surveys sampling, designing a sur- vey, presentation of tables, graphic presentation, probability and tha normal distribution, sampling ad statistical inference, time reriei analysis and business forecasting, correlation analysis and Ihe use of statistics for internal administrative control. 20 Wednesday) beginning October 14th, 1970 p.m. Fee: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR This course will provide the student wilh the opportunity lo become familiar with the basic human forces active in an organ- ization. The analysis of organizalional behavior through case itudy will Includei MOTIVATION AND BEHAVIOR LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATIONS THE EFFECTS OF CHANGE ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS 25 Thurwlayi beginning October 8th, 1970 p.m. Fee: S5U.OO NOTETAK1NG This course in Slenoscript ABC is designed for students who register in the Data Processing and Accounling majors of the Secretarial Sciece program. Thfi course includes theory and intro- duclion to transcriplion as well as the rapid preparation of type? wrillen transcripts. Sludenls will be expected to take diclation at a minimum rale of 80 words per minule for three minutes and to transcribe their noles wilh at least 95% accuracy. 10 Monday Wednesdays beginning September 28rhf 1970 Fee: SOCIOLOGY 100 A coursg designed lo gius Ihe studenl a fundamental under- standing of (he concepls of Sociology, acquainting sludenls llig terminology, basic principles involved and important rcticol positions. This course will include a sludy of basic group relationships, ranging from the family to various civilizations and societies, with approaches from the standpoint of "race" nation- ality, population factors, social mobility and moss behavior patterns. 20 Wedesdays beginning October 7th, 1970 p.m. Fee: PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATION (C.I.S.) The practical work of if Intctrnal Administration Personal Records Business Management ond Management of Sloff Office Organization 1? Terms of Agreement ir Office Machines and Dismissals Their USES -Jlr Departure Notice 1r Principles of Adminislralion Characters Ond -A- Division of Responsjbilily Testimonials Organization and and Salaries Co-ordination Roto Fixing ir Control and Inleral Check Deductions from Wages -A- Staff Relations Sick Pay if Interviewing Techniques Wages Procedures, includ- if Selection nnd Placing incj an oufline if Job Anolysis and Grading of relevant legislation ir Training 16 Salurdays beginning September 19lh, 1970 noon Fee: NON-CREDIT BUSINESS PROGRAM (CERTIFICATE PROGRAM) There are no formal classes offered in Typing or Shorthand under the CREDIT program. Studenls who wish to receive credit for any of the courses lisled below may register in ona of Ihe practice seclions of Typing or Shoilhand under the NON CREDIT program. When the prescribed standards of speed and accuracy have been reached under an established testing program, credit for the course appropriate to the individual's program will be awarded. These tests are available at the conclusion of any of tho praclice sessions upon the recommendation of the instructor. TYPING 706 Business Administration Year 1 Requirement: Ability lo set up tellers and reports combined with an adequate knowlelge of the keyboard. TYPING Secretarial Science AH Majors Requirement: Minimum of 35-40 words per minute wilh accuracy combined with ability to set up letters, manuscripts and other office forms. SHORTHAND Secretarial Science Shorthand Major Requirements: 80 wards per minule for five minutes with at least 95% accuracy. SHORTHAND Secretarial Science Shorthand Major Requirement; 100 words per m in Ufa for five minutes wilh ol least 95% accuracy. BUSINESS MACHINES An introductory course on the operalion of adding machines, printing calculators, rotary calculators, electronic calculators and bookkeeping machines. Practice time is provided for each ma- chine. Some introduction to electronic dala processing will be in- cluded. 10 Tueidayj beginning September 29thr 1970 p.m. Fee: STENOSCRIPT ABC SHORTHAND This course is designed for the beginning student who is looking for a system which will enable her 1o take noles rapidly. The course will in dude bold theory and practice. Students re- gistered can- make dictation at 89-90 words per minule as a reasonable expectation within ihe lenglh of tho course. 10 Mondays Wednesdays beginning September 28th, 1970 p.m. Fee: TYPING THEORY AND PRACTICE The course will offer each student the opportunity to learn the basic techniques necessary for accurate typing as well os the practice time neceajory 1o reach a reasonable degree of pro- ficiency. Some attention will be given to telling up oF business ai many lections as they wish and proceed at their individual letters, reports end other office forms. Students may register for rate. 5 Tuesdays A Thursday! In each section. A Begins Tuesday, September 1970 B Begins Tuesday, November 10th, 1970 C Begin Tuesday, January 12th, 1971 D Begini Tuesday, February 16th, 1971 E Begins Tuesday, March 23rilf 1971 p.m. Feet for each lection. CLERK-TYPIST (RECEPTIONIST) This is a course designed for those who have basic typing skill and who are looking for employment training. Tho course will Include some typing practice, how to meet' Ihe public, answering Ihe telephone, simple record keeping, filing and gen- eral office procedures. A sound background in English is nec- essary. 6 Wednesdays beginning October 7th, 1970 Fee: Time: p.m. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT Thfs short course developed by the American Management Association develops a icrise of topics through the multi-media approach with films, programmed materials and discussions. Topics to be covered include Management Responsibility, Ths Conference Approach, Planning, Decision Making, Motivating Fac- tors, Communfcafionji in Management. Each section is limited to 25 registrants. A 10 Wednsidayi beginning September 30th, 1970 p.m. Fee: SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT COURSE Part II Leadership Skills This short course developed by the American Management Association, is the follow-up of Basic Principles of Supervisory Management. The course develops a series of topics through the multi-media approach wilh films, programmed materials ond cujsions. The sessions include discussions oni THE NATURE OF LEADERSHIP KNOWING YOUR EMPLOYEES INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES UNDERSTANDING PERSONALITY AND BEHAVIOR IMPROVING THREE-WAY COMMUNICATIONS MAINTAINING EFFECTVE DISCIPLINE HANDLING COMPLAINTS AND GRIEVANCES GUIDING AND DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES BUILDING JOB SATISFACTION AND MORALE 10 Mondays beginning October 5th, 1970 p.m. Fee: BUSINESS ENGLISH Emphasis in this course is placed upon developing a clear, concise presentation of ideas, both written and oral. Basic gram- mar is reviewed, including word usage, sentence slruclures and punctuation. Report wriling and letter writing, including business correspondence, will receive special attention. 10 Wednesdays beginning October 7rh, 1970 Fee: Time: p.m. THE ART OF SELLING WOULD YOU LIKE TO EARN MORE? WOULD YOU LIKE TO SELL MORE? This course is designed to help the sales person increase Mi lojej fo each customer os well as Jake advantage of opportunities 1o sell to more customers. This discussion course will provide practical experience as you progress in Ihe course ond provide tremendous opporlunity for personal development Topics include preparation for selling, finding out who! customers wont, how to effectively present a product, turning objections into sales, closing a sale and repeat and suggestion selling. (Dartnell films used in Ilie course.) 10 Wednesdays beginning Ocloger 7lh, 1970 Fee; Time: p.m. SPECIAL COURSES H R BLOCK BASIC INCOME TAX COURSE Special courses offered in cooperalion wilh H R Block being offered m fhe fall and winfer for people who want fo save money on their income lax or mako money as tax preparers. See advertisement in Ihe Herald in Ihe fall and winter for further details. CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF SECRETARIES (C.I.S.) In cooperation wilh C.I.S. WQ are offering English J06 and General principles of Law starling in September and Accounting 1 in January of 1971. REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL In cooperation wifli members ol flic lefhbridgg Chapter of ihc Appraisal Institute of Canada a credit program in R.EAL ESTATE APPRAISAL is available al Iwo levels of instruction. Course content and olhcr details arc available upon request, Interested parlies should contact tho Office of Continuing Edu- cation at Ihe earliest opportunity. WINDOW AND STORE INTERIOR MERCHANDISING Designed for Ihe merchant who wishes to create sales pro- ducing displays. Topics to be covered will includes DISPLAY CONCEPTS WINDOW DISPLAYS INTERIOR "POINT OF SALE" DISpLA" EFFECTIVE COPY LIGHTING, TOOLS AND MATERIALS 10 MONDAYS beginning September 28th, 1970 Time: p.m. MARKETING FOR SERVICE BUSINESS (B.M.T.) Marketing for service business deals with the development of on approach lo the solution of various marketing problems facing businessmen operating small service businesses. This course includes: The analysis of consumer behavior as a basis for subsequent analyses of more specific problem areas. The examination of social changes and the opportunities (hey present to service industries. Planning the services to be offered by a new service business and adjustment of the service offered In response to com- petition or declining demand. A look oi lhe question of where to locale, Pricing a now service and adjusting prices in response lo com- petition. Some problems in the management of personal selling. Whether end how to advertise. The development of a broad marketing plan integrating all marketing operations. Fee; 10 Tuesdays beginning October 6th, 1970. Tims: p.m. CREDITS AND COLLECTIONS (B.M.T.) One of the areas of concern to businessmen is that of credits and collections. This course, prtpared by the Credit ln- stiluie of Canada and offered under the Business Management Training program Is designed lo assist and enlighten the owner- manager or Jtery personnel of a business. Topics to be covered are: Origin, Concept, History and Use of Credits Mercantile Credil, Cash Discount, and Consumer Credil Guiding Principles of Credit Analysis How (a Read a Financial Statement Services of Credit Associations and Other Major Financial Institutions Mercantile Collections (Wholesale Accounts) Consumer Collections (Retail Accounts) Credit and Collections Correspondenca Bad Debts and Bankruptcy Collection Legislation, The Different Debts Courts, Judgments, Garnishment, Sales Acts and Lien Fee; 10 Tuesdays, beginning Octobar 6th, 1970 Time: p.m. EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION ADMINISTRATION (B.M.T.) Topics covered in the course include: Thd role of the supervisor his responsibilities for service, personnel, costs and improvements Analyzing the problem Distinction of facts from the symptoms principles of Effective Supervision Setting objectives and goals 9 Organizing and planning to achieve objectives Human problems that enter into a supervisor's duty The supervisor's role in coordination and implementation Improvements in effective layout analysis Review of the supervisor's rola There are three oplicnal cases. The first Is adaptable to Government employees. The second presents ihe problem of evaluating goals and objectives in a realistic way, and the third is specifically designed for hospital administration. 10 Thursdays, beginning October 8fh, 1970 Timt: p.m. Fee: EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION Human (B.M.T.) This course has been designed lo help the supervisor 1o deal effectively with his problems in the area, of Personnel men I. The basic Iheme of tho course Is that for profit maximization, oil persons working In a business must work as a team. The ten session! includej Understanding People Selection and Induction Training Employees Developing and Maintaining Morale Elements or Wage and Salary Administration Effective Communications Appraising Employee Performance Discipline and Corrective Action Understanding the Collective Agreement Planning and Organizing for Results Section A 10 Thursday! beginning October 8th, 1970 Fee: Time: p.m. BOOKKEEPING (B.M.T.) This course has been prepared for owner-managers and others who do the bookkeeping in small businesses but who have not had previous training. Its purpose is to provide the funda- mentals of bookkeeping as well as assist the participant to appraise his present accounting system and make improvements where necessary. The ultimate objective is to establish a sound knowledge of financial statements. Bookkeeping is taught with the use of visual aids and encourages discussion of points during the course. Subjects included in the fourteen-session course are: Reasons for keeping a set of books of account The mechanics of bookkeeping Synoptic bookkeeping, for small businesses The problems of recording and controlling payroll and payroll deductions Establishment of a simple yet effective system oF cash control so that losses and errors are kept to a minimum Methods of recording and controlling the purchase, receipt, sjorage ond payment of goods Melhods for determining whether a firm is operating al a profit or loss Compilation of financial statements 14 Tuesdays, beginning September 39th, 1970 Fee: Time; p.m. MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING (B.M.T.) (Uiing Your For Greater Profili) U the busiiifiss really (linking a profiI or (055? How ond where can cosls be cut to an efficient minimum? Which products ore paying their way? Inexpensive methods by which ownen and operators of small businesses may obtain.Ihe answers to these and many other questions of vital inleresl to them are contained in this short course in accounting. The courio shows how a .smnll business owner, regardless of his type of business, can use information contained in his own books of account lo operate more profitably. Prior knowledge or experience in bookkeeping or accounting is nor required for those taking the course. Topics covered in the course include: -fa Who) information does a small business owner need to operate his business profitably? if Melhods of gelling (his information from an Income Statement ond Balance Sheet, Melhods for discovering why a firm is short of cash, as well as possible courses of action lo remedy the situation. if How a small business owner con pinpoint unprofitable areas of his business. How Io plan for a profitable operation. -fa How to use the plan so lhat potential trouble spots can be identified quickly and early action taken to eliminate them, 8 Mondayi, beginning September 28th, 1970 Time: p.m. Fee: AGRICULTURE GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAM SWINE NUTRITION AND MANAGEMENT T A course designed for swine producers, tg assist Ihem in efficent and economical hog produclion. Subjects lo be covered will irb- elude: nutrition, ration formulation, feed requirements, disease control, breeding, swine housing, management, and marketing. 16 Tuesdays beginning October 201 h, 1970 Fee: Time: p.m. LIVESTOCK HEALTH A course designed lo meet the needs of the liveslock breeder and feeder. Topics to be covered will include: common ailments of liveslock, sanitation, disease prevention, conlrol and eradication, nutritional diseases, reprodutive diseases, sludy and use of phar- maceutical preparations, parasite control, operations and icstraint of animals and government acls perlajning to animal health. 16 Thursdays beginning October 22nd, 1970 Fee: Time: p.m. HOMECRAFTS GENERAL INTEREST SEWING Sewing programs are offered at four different levels. The series is slruclured to provide a continuous program, but each regist- rant is free to select ihe level at which she feels she will profit SECTION A BEGINNERS SEWING MONDAY This seclion is designed for those who have not before. Projects to be done during the ten lessons will include an a collarless dress with zipper and a lined skirt. Emphasis hert will be placed on the basic techniques used in stitching and join- ing any garment. SECTION B BASIC SEWING TUESDAYS Designed for those who have completed Beginner's Sewing and also those who have done some sewing before. A dress is under- lined and a shirtdress or buttoned blouse wilh a collar are .in- cluded. The benefits of underlining are discussed and help is given in pattern choice. Collars and machine made butfonh'olei in a series are used in the second project. SECTION C INTERMEDIATE SEWING WEDNESDAYS Designed for those who have satisfactorily completed Basic Sew- ing or its equivalent. Emphasis is placed on altering a basic dress pattern so lhat It might fit the individual lo perfection. The alterations made are then used in a pattern of the student's choice for the sewing of a more difficult garment. Bound button- holes, packets, and proper seam finishes are included in the demonstrations. SECTION D ADVANCED DRESSMAKER TAILORING THURSDAYS Designed for those who have considerable experience In sewing different kinds of garments and using many types of fabric. Com- pletion of the three previous "courses is desirable. A basic shell is sewn and altered to fit the individual. From this pattern a suit jacket or coat is sewn. The method for putting In an interlining for warmth is Dressmaker tailoring techniques are used throughout the course. All sections of ihe Sewing program are offered In each semester so that sfudents moy proceed from one level to another wUh a minimum of interruptions. Each section involves a tolal of ten lessons on the night indicated; A maximum of 16 can be enrolled in each section. Fee: Time: p.m. FALL SEMESTER Claisei begin during the wetk October 5th 9lh, 1970 SEWING WITH KNIT FABRICS The class will comprise: j) a study of knit fabrics and how to treat them and lew wilh ihem