The first course of this program provides an overview of the theory and principles of human growth and development from conception through adolescence. Content includes an in-depth study of the interrelatedness of physical, cognitive, social and emotional aspects of development. Development is studied in the context of family, gender, culture, language, ability, socioeconomics, diversity, and society. Special emphasis will be on the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky, Erikson, and Gardner. Four field observations are required outside of class time in addition to at least two during class sessions.
This course aims to learn how to develop and implement learning activities for children. It includes covering the main learning strategies used by children, the evaluation of the childrens’current knowledge, abilities and identifications of the interests and needs of the children. It covers also how to provok – stimulate and challenge the minds of young children. Two practical workshops are included during the class session and dedicated to develop, implement and evaluate the learning activities for children.
This course aims to learn the strategies to help children learn about new foods, to plan the snack and meal patterns and to choose the healthy food and beverage of children. The emphasize is put on the menu content including the portion sizes children should eat each day according to their age, the food choices in mixed dishes. This course covers also the strategies to create a supportive environment.
The technology use with early learner is one of the most important early childhood issues today. The course covers how technology helps to meet the education goals when appropriately used for learning and how it should be used to increase access to learning opportunities for all children. This course covers also the latest practices related to the use of technology for building relationships among parents, families, early educators, and young children.
This course in early childhood will take you from the pedagogical approaches for inclusive early childhood education, the support of children with disabilities and their family through the role of the child, family, and community. It also outlines the physical, social and attitudinal barriers and supports to inclusion.
This course will cover the essential food sources, function within the body and their effect on health. It focuses on the nutrients, the nutrient value and their functions. It will demonstrate an understanding of how food choices and eating habits impact health and well-being. At the end of the course, you will make reasoned decisions regarding food and their effect on one’s health. In addition, you get a strong foundation to critically analyze food intake and its effect on health.
In this course, you’ll familiarize yourself with the concepts of food selection, cooking method and its health benefits. You will explore storage practices for safety, preservation of nutritional value and avoidance of waste. You will become familiar with personal and social needs, values and beliefs influence food choices. At the end of the course, students present and demonstrate a recipe. Copies of the recipe should be made for the class. The student should demonstrate familiarity with the recipe and knowledge of the terms learned in the class.
By the end of this course, you will understand the rights and responsibilities of consumers in selecting and purchasing food and nutritional products. You will also learn regulations related to food safety including labeling regulations, regulations are in place for establishments that serve or sell food to the public and implementing and regulating practices that promote a safe and secure food supply.
This course will help you understand more advanced concepts in cultural differences in nutrition and food preparation and the varied diets and eating patterns of different cultures. This course will explore more common diets in various cultures such as Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian, Latino cultures. By the end of the course, you’ll be able to develop a diet meal plan for a culture of your choice.
This course is a great introduction to the concepts of designing structural elements for small wood-frame buildings, exterior wall assemblies for small wood-frame buildings, roofs for small wood-frame buildings, stairs for small wood-frame buildings and interior partitions for small wood-frame buildings. At the end of this course, you will use Autocad, draw wall sections and assembly details, in plan and cross-section, of a wood-frame construction of the platform type, with a sloping or flat roof.
In this course, you’ll learn to analyze and report on the conformity of a building, based on plans and specifications, for a mixed-use building that falls under parts 3 or 9 of the Quebec Construction Code. You will have to use the laws and standards in force in Quebec to make decisions in the context of a building project. At the end of this course, you will be able to verify the compliance of a building or plan with the Quebec Construction Code, laws, regulations and standards in force.
In this basic course you will explore AutoCad interface and discover the main features of AutoCad and the customization of features. You will also learn to create basic drawings, basic geometric objects such as lines, circles and hatched areas. You will also learn how to ensure the precision required for your model and organize your drawing by assigning objects to layers.
In this course, you’ll enter commands with width, dimensions, text and pictorial views. You will also learn how to use blocks, DIVIDE, MESURE, SPLINE commands. You will be able to to define, display and edit the attributes, to set up drawings and plotting.
In this first aid course you will learn the principles of first aid. You will identify and recognize the emergency situations. You will also familiarize with emergency scene management including primary, secondary survey ongoing casualty care and multiple casualty management.
In this course, you will also learn to treat diverse emergency situation such as bone, joint injuries shock, burns, scalds, spinal injuries, breathing, diabetes, allergic reactions and poisoning. The course will allow you to demonstrate and simulate providing emergency care for wound, bleeding, sudden medical, cardiovascular emergencies, and childhood illnesses.
This first course will cover the fundamentals of planning care interventions in a work setting. You will learn how to prioritize tasks, use different tools and equipment to assist a person with various needs such as moving, positioning, washing, and feeding. The course will also teach you how to perform various maneuvers based on a person’s physical and cognitive state. The emphasis will be on ensuring both the safety of the person receiving care and the caregiver. You will learn about providing safe and quality care in various environments such as at home, substitute living arrangements, and in a care facility. Finally, you will learn about communicating important observations to the healthcare team.
In this course, you will learn how to ensure the safe and effective administration of medication to patients. The program encompasses various aspects of drug administration, including medication management, prescription review, administration techniques, and monitoring for adverse effects. The goal of the program is to ensure that patients receive the right medication, in the right dose, at the right time, and by the right route. The program also include processes for reviewing medication regimens to ensure that patients are receiving the most appropriate and effective therapy for their conditions, as well as ongoing monitoring for adverse effects and effectiveness.
The movement of people with physical or cognitive limitations is a challenge for any beneficiary attendant worker. The risks of injury are high for caregivers for the caregivers, as well as the consequences for the person being moved. Health care professionals do not routinely receive training in the Principles of Safe Principles for the Safe Movement of People (PSMP). In addition to putting them at risk of injury, the lack of knowledge and common vocabulary about PSGs with other health care staff can lead to misunderstanding about safe strategies for moving people. This course aims to help you cover 8 principal modules of PSMP.
This first course aims to launch a successful company as you learn to undertake the market research, including choosing the right product/service, the market, market segment and the market entry strategy. In this course, you will discover the risks to consider by undertaking PESTEL environment and SWOT analysis. By the end of the course, the participants will have a comprehensive overview of the key aspects to consider before launching a business.
This course will enhance your understanding of business, gain knowledge of management, and discover how to plan, develop, nurture, and build a successful business. You will develop yourself as an entrepreneur by learning how to approach key stages of business management, from evaluating the needs, developing strategies and coming up with a plan related to marketing, finance, accounting and operation functions. You will learn creating a digital advertising campaign, using GoogleAds, Facebook and Instagram from defining your campaign goals and understanding what you should promote in the ads, right through to measuring your success rates to help you improve. You will also practice pitching your business ideas and learn about developing your enterprise within an entrepreneurship ecosystem.
In this course, you’ll learn to build your own business model meeting the specific needs of your business. It includes the market analysis (sector’s trend, target market, product, competitors, and regulations, sales strategies (clients, suppliers, promotion, price and distribution policies, and customer service). The business plan includes the project’s objectives, required resources, action plan and risks’ evaluation.
The first course will help the students to undertake the market research including Market Analysis, Target Market, Online infrastructure, Sales, current trends, and primary platforms. It covers E-Commerce Business Models and developing and evaluating a Business Idea. In addition, the students will develop the business plan, including Setting objectives, marketing research, branding, positioning strategy,
Digital marketing becomes a crucial tool to grow a business. In this course, you will explore what digital marketing is, why it is important, learn the basic concepts, techniques, and skills required to implement an effective digital marketing strategy. In this course, you’ll become familiar with effective marketing strategies such as content marketing and influencer marketing, and gain insight into the tools used to measure the quality of marketing campaigns for a business. In this course, you’ll get familiar with editing tools used to create, track, and evaluate the effectiveness of your posts images, videos, and animations. By the end, you’ll be a marketing wizard that’s capable of using the plethora of tools available in generating leads for any business.
In this course, students will learn why Social Media Matters in e-commerce. They will distinguish the social media and their tools. Students will also able to build the client trajectory and learn
how to convert audiences into customers and keeping your existing customers engaged. Furthermore, during the workshop, the students will plan a social media strategy including the objectives; determine the metrics that will help gauge the progress and ultimate success of the social media.
Word and Outlook are crucial tool to grow level up and progress a carrier. In this course, you will explore what the main components of Window including: microcomputer system, Keyboard mouse, Windows desktop items and the taskbar. In addition, students will learn switching between applications and quick access to frequently used programs. The course help student to acquire competencies related to: Creating and sending a message, Receiving and reading a message, reply to a message, forwarding a message, printing a message, exploring an attachment, deleting a message, creation of a document, opening and viewing a document, text revision, moving and copying text, printing a document, character and paragraph formatting, document layout, revision and correction of texts, creation of tables and formatting a table.
In this course, students will become familiar with add data, manage and modify spreadsheets. They will learn also how to format, style cells, use functions and formulas. Students will able to create diagrams, print documents, use functionalities and create dynamic tables. By the end of the course students will also be able to master the functionalities of Access including: the organization of data in the database, the creation of a database with Access, select lists of choices, sorting among records Filter records and search for recordings.
In this course, Students’ll get familiar and acquire competencies related the mobile device use including: Multitasking functions, Settings, Personalization, Enter text, Organize your apps, Control Panel, SIRI voice assistant. By the end, students’ will be able to use diverse Apps including: Safari app, Facetime app Contact app, iMessage app, Photo apps. They also will be able to use the camera, view and manage your photos.
In this course, you’ll become familiar with the components of MS project workspace including: Start window, Quick access toolbar, Ribbon, Entry Bar, Timeline, Table, Gantt chart, Status. You will be able to set project options and build a work breakdown structure (WBS) by entering task, task duration, start date; enter subtask, summary task, project summary task; linking/unlinking tasks.
Students will also learn to set up milestones, constraints and deadlines. Set up and filling up the resource sheet by assigning resources, their calendar and costs (Timeline, Additional cost, Fixed cost). In addition, you will learn to resolve resolve resource overallocation by using (manual levelling and automatic leveling).
At the end of the course, you will also track the progress of the project by using a baseline saving, selecting a Status date; Tracking view and Tracking Gantt. You will also determine the critical path, free slack, total slack and realise Earned value analysis (EVA).
During the first course, you will acquire knowledge about the Canadian occupational health and safety laws and regulations. In addition, you will learn to identify the risks and the workplace hazards, including physical, biological, chemical and psychosocial hazards.
At the end of the course, you will be able to develop and implement effective occupational health and safety policies and procedures. You will learn how to prevent injury and illness and how to apply them in the workplace to response to an emergency and manage stress.
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