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N0.6 CEU Distribution System (WTER-1243)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis one-day workshop is a must for operators of water and wastewater facilities who are directly involved in water distribution system maintenance. The course will include a review of the basic components of a water distribution system with an introduction to unidirectional flushing.WTER-1243 False
N0.6 CEU Lagoon Operation & MW (WTER-1249)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis one-day workshop is designed to aid wastewater system operators in the regular maintenance and operation of a facultative wastewater lagoon. The workshop will also introduce the operator to the principles of facultative lagoon chemistry and microbiology.WTER-1249 False
N1.8 CEU Class 2 WWT/WWC (WTER-1248)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonIn this four-day course, students will learn wastewater treatment/collection mathematics, preliminary treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment, activated sludge processes, sludge treatment, and solids disposal. Students will write the Class 2 provincial certification exams to meet the requirements of the Saskatchewan Operator Certification Board. Prerequisites: Class 1 Wastewater Treatment & Collection certification.WTER-1248 True
N1.8 CEU Class 3 WWT/WWC (WTER-1273)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonIn this four-day course, students will learn wastewater treatment/collection mathematics, preliminary treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment, activated sludge processes, sludge treatment, and solids disposal. Students will write the Class 3 provincial certification exams to meet the requirements of the Saskatchewan Operator Certification Board. WTER-1273 True
N1.8 CEU Small Wastewater (WTER-1221)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonIn this tree-day course, students will learn basic math, wastewater composition and treatment, lagoon operation and maintenance, sewage collection systems, pump components, sewer line problems, backflow prevention, and operator safety. Students will write the Small Systems provincial certification exam to meet the requirements of the Saskatchewan Operator Certification Board.WTER-1221 False
CAbnormal Psychology (SPSY-290CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the psychological and social disorders seen in youth at risk. You will learn how these disorders are manifested, screened, assessed, and treated.SPSY-290CE False
CAboriginal Awareness (YCW-189CE)PrintDistanceYou will receive an introduction to First Nations and Métis Nations of Canada. You will examine historical and current issues that affect Indigenous peoples. You will explore racism and will develop an understanding of how self-awareness impacts helping relationships.YCW-189CE False
CAboriginal Studies (NAST-120CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore elements of First Nations culture with a view to understanding both historical elements and contemporary issues in Canada. You will also examine information on the residential school system, the struggle of the Metis for legal and cultural recognition and Aboriginal cultural practices.NAST-120CE False
NAccess Advanced (COAP-1705)Lab/PracticalReginaYou will be introduced to the creation of action queries and Access macros which add functionality to your database and will save you time. You will understand the use of controls and learn about relating forms and sub-forms, advanced multi-table queries and the customization and design of reports and forms through practical exercises. This course is for those who are comfortable with the basics of Access and want to use it to do more. You will receive an advanced Access manual which can be used for future reference. Prerequisite(s): Microsoft Access Introduction or equivalent experience using Access. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. COAP-1705 False
NAccess Introduction (COAP-1669)Lab/PracticalReginaThis course is designed for students new to working with Microsoft Access. Learn to use Access to quickly track and report information with ease even if you don’t have any database experience. This course will guide you through the process of designing, creating and using a simple database so that you can make more informed business decisions from recorded data. Topics include creating and modifying tables; data manipulation; sorting and filtering records as well as performing queries. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills or PC Basics class. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. COAP-1669 False
CAccounting (ACCT-105CE)OnlineDistanceYou will journalize and post transactions, prepare adjusting and closing entries, prepare unaudited financial statements, perform banking and petty cash functions, and prepare employee and employer payroll records.ACCT-105CE False
CAccounting Information Systems (ACCT-236CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the necessary theory and tools for understanding, analyzing, and designing computer-based accounting information systems at the introductory level. You will study the theory and participate in practical applications that support your studies as an accounting student. The course includes an introduction to the field of electronic commerce.ACCT-236CE False
CAddictions (YCW-284CE)ReginaYou will examine historical trends and perspectives of addictive behaviours and interventions, with a focus on substance, gambling, and sexual addictions. You will identify drug classifications and the impact of addiction on family functioning. You will learn about prevention, intervention, and treatment options.YCW-284CE False
NAdditive Manufacture (3DPrint) (MANU-1802)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonAdditive Manufacturing (also known as 3D Printing) uses an additive process to build parts layer by layer, as opposed to traditional methods like machining which remove material from a larger piece of stock. This course examines terminology and standards and then explains the various methods and types of industrial quality machines that exist for creating parts. Once fundamentals are understood the course will cover applications in various industries. Students will create parts on an industrial quality machine, and will also use lower cost 3D Printers to create parts. Methods of utilizing 3D CAD geometry, and scanning existing parts to create 3D models that can be 3D Printed, will be discussed. Students will have an opportunity to examine potential candidate parts for 3D printing within their own businesses.MANU-1802 False
CAdministration (ADMN-286CE)PrintDistanceYou will receive an overview of the governance, organizational structures, funding mechanisms, and operations of human services agencies. You will learn the legal and employment considerations for clients, workers, and employers in human services. You will learn the principles of volunteer management and the process of writing effective proposals.ADMN-286CE False
CAdministrative Skills for ECE (ADMN-204CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the administrative knowledge and skills that are useful as an Early Childhood Educator. You will study the operating structure of early childhood programs, policies and procedures and Saskatchewan Child Care Regulations. You will become familiar with regulations that govern First Nations early childhood programs. You will develop skills in using program evaluation tools, managing money and accurate recordkeeping. You will become familiar with the rights and responsibilities for employees within the Saskatchewan Employment Act.ADMN-204CE False
NAdobe InDesign Essentials (CE_BD-1423)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceAdobe InDesign is the industry standard page-layout program that works with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop InDesign allows you to create simple to complex multi-page documents such as brochures, flyers, books and magazines. This course is a comprehensive exploration of InDesign tools and capabilities to create professional documents. You will learn how to manage the InDesign environment, create, setup, design, enhance and finalize multi-page documents.CE_BD-1423 True
NAdobe Photoshop Essentials (CE_BD-1425)Web Assist Delivery IndividualReginaThis course covers Adobe Photoshop CC most commonly used tools, menus and panels.Learn to effectively work with selection and editing tools, layers, and masks to edit, retouch and enhance existing images or create your own composite digital art work. Impress your business organization, friends and family by enhancing their photos and create magazine cover quality enhanced images. Student version of software available if you do not have access to Adobe Photoshop.CE_BD-1425 False
NAdvanced Data Analysis (CE_BD-1336)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceDevelop a useful survey, perform means comparisons and analysis of variance, post-hoc comparisons, and learn to effectively explain statistical results to your colleagues. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-1336 True
CAdvanced DVD Authoring (MULT-206CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the additional skills and techniques needed to create advanced DVDs. Your studies will include advanced menu systems, multiple angle (video) tracks and multiple audio tracks.MULT-206CE False
NAdvanced Excel (CE_BD-1422)OnlineDistanceLearn to prepare your worksheets accurately, examine your data for authentication, and then find those answers to your most difficult questions. This course will help you learn these required business functions along with the tools required to analyze data efficiently within the workplace. Save time for yourself by protecting your valuable data and know with assurance that the entered data is accurate without any errors. Discover how to present your data into meaningful and attractive formats.  CE_BD-1422 True
CAdvanced Raster Skills (GRPH-200CE)OnlineDistanceUsing raster graphic software, you will learn advanced raster graphic skills. Your studies will include colour correction, batch processes, automation and photo retouching. You will learn how to produce more consistent work in less time. You will research and employ new techniques.GRPH-200CE False
CAdvanced Vector Skills (GRPH-201CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn a variety of advanced techniques that will help you create quality vector graphics. You will research and share new vector graphic techniques.GRPH-201CE False
CAerial Applicator (PEST-166CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the application of pesticides by air to forest lands, rights of way, water bodies and agricultural lands. This course is not available via the home study learning method.PEST-166CE True
CAerial Applicator Mixer/Loader (PEST-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will study mixing and loading pesticides for aerial applications.PEST-180CE True
CAerial Applicator Re-cert (PEST-266CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-266CE True
CAgriculture Applicator (PEST-167CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to use pesticides for controlling agricultural pests such as weeds, insects and diseases. The course content includes on-farm seed treatment, bird and rodent control, and weed control in farm dugouts and shelterbelts.PEST-167CE True
CAgriculture Applicator Re-cert (PEST-267CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-267CE True
NAir Brakes (CE_BD-4711)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis course is designed to familiarize service technicians with the operation, servicing and troubleshooting procedures of air brake systems, including ABS systems. Detailed instruction will be provided in the application of air brake systems presently used in the industry. Operational air brake boards will be utilized for practical training. Statements of Attendance are issued to those who successfully pass a written examination upon completion of the course. Successful completion is recognized by the Vehicle Standards and Inspection Divisions and is also a requirement for Vehicle Inspection Certification (70% required for credit). CE_BD-4711 False
CAJAX (COMP-216CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the principles of AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML). You will create AJAX enabled web pages to simplify and enhance a variety of web experiences.COMP-216CE False
CAlternate Delivery Platforms (MULT-207CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to develop content deliverable via alternate delivery platforms (such as cell phones and personal digital assistants - PDAs). You will research emerging technologies, discuss your findings and create content suitable for delivery over alternate platforms.MULT-207CE False
CAnatomy & Physiology (APHY-189CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the study of the human body and how it functions efficiently. You will study various body systems that are of critical importance for the promotion and maintenance of health.APHY-189CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 1 (APHY-191CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore the structure and function of organs and systems in the normal human body. Your studies will focus on the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems.APHY-191CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 1 (APHY-162CE)ReginaYou will develop an understanding of the human body, its structures and how it functions to maintain homeostasis. You will acquire knowledge of the interactions of the body's structures including cells, tissues, organs, and certain organ systems. You will learn the structures and functions of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, and respiratory systems.APHY-162CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 1 (APHY-164CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the anatomical structure and physiological function of the human body. Your studies will focus on the basic organization of the body concentrating on the respiratory system, cardiovascular system and nervous system.APHY-164CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 1 (ANAT-167CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the human body and how it functions to maintain homeostasis. Your studies will include the chemical, cellular and tissue levels of organization. You will focus on the integumentary, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, and respiratory systems.ANAT-167CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 2 (APHY-262CE)Regina, SaskatoonYou will continue to study the human body, building on the information you learned in APHY 162 (Anatomy and Physiology 1). You will learn the structures and functions of the endocrine, urinary, nervous, digestive, sensory, and reproductive systems.APHY-262CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 2 (APHY-282CE)PrintDistanceBuilding on the knowledge gained in APHY 191 (Anatomy and Physiology 1), you will continue your study of the structure and function of the normal human body. Your studies will focus on the cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.APHY-282CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 2 (ANAT-267CE)OnlineDistanceBuilding on the information you learned in ANAT 167 (Anatomy and Physiology 1), you will focus on the urinary, special senses, digestive, skeletal, muscular, and reproductive systems.ANAT-267CE False
CAnatomy and Physiology 2 (APHY-165CE)PrintDistanceBuilding on the knowledge gained in Anatomy and Physiology 1 (APHY 164), you will continue your study of the structure and function of the human body. Your studies will include the endocrine, immune, urinary, reproductive and digestive systems. You will also study the integumentary, skeletal and muscular system.APHY-165CE False
CAnti-Bias Education/EarlyChild (ECE-220CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the issues related to providing respectful and relevant early learning and child care for all children and families. Students will have opportunities to examine their personal beliefs and values as they relate to the planning and implementation of an anti-bias curriculum for children. You will acquire the knowledge and develop the skills needed to build partnerships with families while respecting their diverse needs.ECE-220CE False
CApp Proj Mgt Integration/Eval (PROJ-115CE)OnlineDistanceYou will complete a final integration project in which you will apply formal project management process to initiate, plan, execute, control and communicate a project based on lessons learned from all of the courses in the program. You will combine all of the project management processes into a comprehensive project management approach. You will also demonstrate your knowledge of project management concepts and processes on a comprehensive final examination.PROJ-115CE True
CAquatic Vegetation Applicator (PEST-168CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on herbicide use for controlling aquatic vegetation in standing and running water or areas left exposed during low water periods.PEST-168CE True
CAquatic Vegetation Re-cert (PEST-268CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-268CE True
CArrange Funerals (FNRL-181CE)PrintDistanceYou will gain an understanding of the processes involved in funeral services arrangements. You will also study memorialization options, processes for transportation and prearranging services.FNRL-181CE False
CArt History (ART-200CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the major artistic movements and periods that have shaped society. Your studies will include the major artistic periods and styles. Defining characteristics will be emphasized. You will create work in a variety of styles.ART-200CE False
CAssist with Special Procedures (SPCR-103CE)Prince Albert, Regina, SaskatoonYou will be introduced to the Continuing Care Assistant’s role in assisting with special procedures. You will learn the concepts of delegation, carry out basic measurements, perform simple treatments and be introduced to client assessment. You will also learn the Continuing Care Assistant’s role in assisting clients with medications.SPCR-103CE False
CAudio Post Production & Effect (DGTL-200CE)OnlineDistanceSound is a critical element in a new media production. Computer-based tools have greatly increased the capabilities of the new media developer. You will learn how to create original music (using midi, loops and effects) and use a variety of filters and effects. You will demonstrate your skills by creating a multi-track audio project.DGTL-200CE False
CAuditing (ADTG-220CE)Moose Jaw, ReginaYour studies will include an introduction to auditing, its objectives and reports, the types of evidence and documentations required, the study of internal control and audit sampling. You will study the processes of the audit of revenue and collections and acquisitions and expenditures.ADTG-220CE False
CAuditing Safety Management (SFTY-177CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on both internal and external audit processes from initial planning through to completion. The course will include an overview of why auditing is necessary. A variety of audit strategies will be examined.SFTY-177CE True
NAutocad Lev 1 and Autocad LT (CAD-1800)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonYou will begin by learning the AutoCAD® user interface. Your studies will include drawing set-up, co-ordinate systems, drawing tools, editing commands, display options, blocks and symbols, layers, colours and line types, as well as basic text, dimensioning and plotting. You will learn inquiry commands, crosshatching, introduction to grips and a demonstration of some additional features. You should expect to spend an additional 2 to 4 hours per week to become proficient with these applications.CAD-1800 False
CAutomated Accounting (ACCT-136CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonUsing an automated accounting software package, you will learn how to enter transactions into journals (general, purchase, payments, sales, cash receipts and payroll) and ledgers (general, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll), learn to account for inventory, and learn to prepare banking records. You will also prepare the initial automated accounting setup for use by a company.ACCT-136CE False
CBasic Care Skills (PERS-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn and demonstrate the attitudes and skills of providing personal and physical daily care to individuals with varying abilities. You will learn the essential role of dignity and respect in person-centered planning and care. You will develop skills for assisting individuals with activities of daily living to support their optimal levels of independence.PERS-180CE False
NBasic Instructional Skills (CE-5612)OnlineDistanceCE-5612 False
CBehaviour Supports/Youth Care (MGMT-193CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the behavioural change process as it applies to the youth care worker’s role with children and youth at risk. You will examine the theories, principles, and strategies designed to increase optimal behaviours and decrease inappropriate behaviours. You will study practical guidelines and techniques for working with children and youth at risk in the context of family and community. You will learn the role of functional behaviour assessment in managing disruptive behaviour.MGMT-193CE False
NBest Prac/Foot Care for the RN (NURS-1688)OnlineDistanceThe importance of foot health is a critical component of ‘holistic’ client health. You will enhance your knowledge of the anatomy, structure and function of the nail, foot and skin through a review of the related current literature. You will consider how to influence ‘best practices’ and ‘evidenced based practices’ in your workplace for this specialty. This course will also assist you to identify common nail and skin pathologies, review common instruments used in foot care, and enhance your understanding of the high risk foot. During the lab and clinical work place experience you will have the opportunity for hands on practice with foot care equipment. Prerequisite: RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)NURS-1688 False
NBest Practices in Foot Care for the Registered Nurse (CE-4023)OnlineDistanceThe importance of foot health is a critical component of ‘holistic’ client health. You will enhance your knowledge of the anatomy, structure and function of the nail, foot and skin through a review of the related current literature. You will consider how to influence ‘best practices’ and ‘evidenced based practices’ in your workplace for this specialty. This course will also assist you to identify common nail and skin pathologies, review common instruments used in foot care, and enhance your understanding of the high risk foot. During the lab and clinical work place experience you will have the opportunity for hands on practice with foot care equipment. Prerequisite: RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4023 False
CBlood Gases (CHEM-289CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on developing the skills needed to produce valid analytical results to assess blood gases with metabolites. You will study the clinical application of these tests, electrochemistry and troubleshooting techniques.CHEM-289CE False
NBlood Product Management (TRFS-1801)OnlineDistanceYou will acquire the knowledge and skills to transport, receive, store, and issue blood components and products. You will learn about the basic workup for the investigation of a suspected transfusion reaction to infused blood products. (Formerly TRFS 1801) Prerequisites: Must be an Allied Health Care Professional. You will be required to upload a copy of your allied health professional designation at the time of registration.TRFS-1801 False
CBody Systems (ANAT-100CE)Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ReginaYou will receive a basic introduction to body systems. You will study the structure of organs and systems in the human body, and how they function efficiently.ANAT-100CE False
NBookkeeping 2 - Payroll, Taxes (BKPG-1601)Lecture/TheoryReginaAs a small business owner, understand your responsibilities in meeting compliance regulations. Topics include calculating gross and net pay (D-TD1); assessing credit risk; collecting accounts; calculating commissions/eligible expenses (T2200, T777, TD1X); and preparing payroll compliance reports (T4 Summary, WCB Return). You will practice concepts through a case study, and learn how to build a business cash flow forecast that results in a business planning tool. All materials included. Available via the web. For further information contact 306-775-7481. BKPG-1601 False
NBookkping 1-Manage Fin Records (BKPG-1600)Lecture/TheoryReginaIn this practical course especially designed to assist small business managers, you will learn to manage financial records and understand the accounting cycle. Working through a set of books, you will learn how to record journal entries; categorize assets and liabilities; prepare invoices, income statements and balance sheets; and do year-end adjustments and closing entries. Other topics include payroll and government forms. All materials including a copy of Barron’s E-Z Bookkeeping text are included. Also available via the web. For further information contact 306-775-7481. BKPG-1600 False
NBST Preparatory Fourth Part A (CE_BD-5733)Lecture/TheoryReginaPrime Movers and High-Pressure Boilers. This course provides the student with the basics of steam and gas turbine construction and operation, internal combustion engines and steam engines used in the Industry. It also provides an introduction to boiler terminology design, operation and lubrication techniques and air compression. Students must have completed or be currently enrolled in the Building System Technician Certificate program.CE_BD-5733 False
NBST Preparatory Fourth Part D (CE_BD-5734)Lecture/TheoryRegina

Plant Types, Environment, Codes and Standards.  This course expands on techniques used in industry by the power engineer.  Environmental concerns are studied in more detail.  Safety is reviewed and also expanded on.  Also covered are the Canadian Codes that govern the construction, operation and inspection standards.  Students must have completed or be currently enrolled in the Building System Technician Certificate program.

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CBusiness Communications (BCOM-105CE)Saskatoon, Moose JawYou will develop fundamental employability skills through study of the principles of communication and active listening techniques. The course content includes development of effective writing skills and formatting. You will apply the principles and skills by writing business messages for positive, negative and persuasive purposes. You will examine ways to apply communication skills to cross-cultural situations. You will learn to apply effective presentation skills when delivering oral presentations and conducting business meetings. You will write short reports.BCOM-105CE False
NBusiness Communications 1 (BCOM-102)OnlineDistanceBCOM-102 False
CBusiness Communications 1 (BCOM-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will apply grammatical rules and principles in preparation for writing routine business correspondence.BCOM-100CE False
CBusiness Communications 2 (BCOM-102CE)OnlineDistanceYou will continue to develop effective business writing skills. You will write routine business correspondence and apply proofreading and editing skills.BCOM-102CE False
CBusiness Mathematics (MATH-139CE)Regina, Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will deal with business problems involving ratios, proportions and percent. You will study the mathematics of merchandizing by examining discounts and markups. You will deal with the concept of the time value of money and how it is applied to both simple and compound interest. You will study ordinary annuities and specifically how they relate to mortgages.MATH-139CE False
CBusiness Practices &Processes (FNRL-282CE)PrintDistanceYou will study business practices pertinent to the funeral service industry. Particular consideration will be paid to funeral home budgets and financial statements, funeral service merchandising and sales, costing and pricing, advertising, and applicable federal and provincial regulations.FNRL-282CE False
NBusiness Report Writing (RPRT-1600)ReginaLearn the types of report formats and work through the report writing process using Canadian Press writing style. The writing process includes prewriting (researching and documenting), writing (gathering data, choosing strategies to organize information and creating a first draft); and post writing (revising, editing and proofreading). You will prepare and submit a minimum of one report for instructor feedback. Workshop is available via the web. For further information call 306-775-7481. RPRT-1600 False
CBusiness Statistics (STAT-120CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will be introduced to the elements of statistics used in business. The course content includes frequency distribution, measure of central tendency and dispersion, probability distributions (discrete and continuous), sampling, sampling distributions, estimations, regressions, correlation and elementary hypothesis-testing.STAT-120CE False
CCAD Drafting 1 (DRFT-390CE)SaskatoonYou will study the basic concepts of computer assisted drafting. You will learn how to use the AutoCAD user interface as it pertains to two dimensional CAD drawings. The course content includes drawing set-up, coordinate systems, drawing tools, editing commands, display options, layers, colors, line types, text, basic dimensioning and plot commands.DRFT-390CE False
CCAD Drafting 2 (DRFT-391CE)SaskatoonYou will study advanced concepts of computer assisted drafting. The course content includes blocks, XREF's, plotting, dimensioning, advanced editing and drawing techniques and an introduction to 3D drafting.DRFT-391CE False
NCanadian Prac Nurse Exam Prep (NURS-1657)OnlineDistanceTo practice as a licensed practical nurse in Canada candidates must successfully write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE). This course is intended to help you by identifying effective ways to prepare for this examination through exam writing tips and a review of common topics covered on the exam. There are a number of practice quizzes to assess your knowledge as well as your ability to understand the types of questions that may be asked on the CPNRE. You will receive feedback throughout these quizzes that will help you prepare for the comprehensive practice exam at the end of the course.NURS-1657 False
NCardiac Markers: Incl Troponin (CHEM-1808)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the cardiac biomarkers used to evaluate cardiovascular function. You will learn the clinical significance of, methods of measurements, and parameters for reporting the cardiac markers, including Troponin. (Formerly CHEM 1808) PREREQUISITES: Immunology (IMMU 183)CHEM-1808 False
NCare of Patient/Kidney Disease (NURS-1680)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceThis course will provide a review of the area of kidney disease and enhance your knowledge regarding resources and care of the client with kidney disease, both acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. You will focus on care and management of the client with chronic kidney disease. You will study principles of nursing practice as they apply to renal replacement therapy and vascular access. Pharmacology, lab values, and lifestyle management related to chronic kidney disease will be discussed with a focus on prevention, treatment, and care. This course will include an overview of the differences in roles between Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) NURS-1680 False
NCare of Patient/Low Ext Wounds (NURS-1684)OnlineDistanceThis course builds on the standardized lower extremity wound care pathway to encourage early identification of client risks for chronic wounds. You will discuss the history of wound care and review the physiology of wound healing. You will learn the causes and symptoms related to various types of lower extremity wounds. Emphasis is on skin assessment, wound identification, and wound management. You will also discuss principles of prevention and management related to nutrition and control of diabetes. Information relevant to specific patient populations is included. An instructor led skills lab will provide you with an opportunity for hands on practice of the skills learned in the online theory. Prerequisite: RN/LPN/RPN (You will be required to provide your license number at time of registration.)NURS-1684 False
NCare of the Patient with Kidney Disease (CE-4020)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceThis course will provide a review of the area of kidney disease and enhance your knowledge regarding resources and care of the client with kidney disease, both acute kidney injury and chronic kidney disease. You will focus on care and management of the client with chronic kidney disease. You will study principles of nursing practice as they apply to renal replacement therapy and vascular access. Pharmacology, lab values, and lifestyle management related to chronic kidney disease will be discussed with a focus on prevention, treatment, and care. This course will include an overview of the differences in roles between Registered Nurses (RNs) and Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs). Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) CE-4020 False
NCare of the Patient with Lower Extremity Wounds (CE-4021)OnlineDistanceThis course builds on the standardized lower extremity wound care pathway to encourage early identification of client risks for chronic wounds. You will discuss the history of wound care and review the physiology of wound healing. You will learn the causes and symptoms related to various types of lower extremity wounds. Emphasis is on skin assessment, wound identification, and wound management. You will also discuss principles of prevention and management related to nutrition and control of diabetes. Information relevant to specific patient populations is included. An instructor led skills lab will provide you with an opportunity for hands on practice of the skills learned in the online theory. Prerequisite: RN/LPN/RPN (You will be required to provide your license number at time of registration.)CE-4021 False
NCaring for Elderly Family Members (CE-4032)OnlineDistanceBecoming a caregiver for an aging family member can be very overwhelming, accompanied by feelings of uncertainty and isolation. This course is designed to provide you with valuable information that can help you adapt to the role, developing your confidence through organization. You will learn tips on how to effectively assist your family member with various challenges including financial planning, navigating the health care system, preparing appropriate living arrangements, and end of life care considerations. Throughout the course you will receive advice on searching out information and resources that are relevant to your own situation. You will also have access to a course facilitator who can help guide you along the way. If you are new to the caregiver role for an elderly family member or struggling to adapt to the role, this course is for you!CE-4032 False
CCase Management (MGMT-104CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the case management skills required by agencies that provide services to victims of crime and/or traumatic events. You will develop case plans based on case files.MGMT-104CE False
NCDSA Module for Nurse Practitioners (CE-4000)OnlineDistanceThis online self-study module provides the information that nurse practitioners will need to demonstrate entry-level competency in the therapeutic use of controlled substances and to meet licensure requirements to prescribe under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (Canada) (CDSA). The course focuses on how to use these medications safely and appropriately in the pharmacotherapeutic management of your clients’ conditions. You may register any time prior to the deadline, you will have 4 weeks from your registration date to complete the course. CE-4000 True
NCertificate in Project Management (1403)OnlineDistance

This non-credit LERN Certificate includes three online courses - Introduction to Project Management;  Project Management Processes; and Project Management knowledge Areas.  In today’s business environment, there is a need for good project management.  Project management provides visibility of project health to the business and the customer.  Through continuous monitoring, early detection of variations to plan, schedule, and budget can be communicated to stakeholders for quick resolution, including project cancellation.  Contact 306-775-7481 for details. 

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CChemistry 30 (CHEM-30CE)SaskatoonCHEM-30CE False
CChild & Adolescent Development (HUMD-100CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYour studies will focus on the period of development from conception to adolescence. You will receive information about the effects of heredity and the environment on the emotional, social, cognitive and physical development of children and adolescents. The course also provides an introduction to the theories of learning and personality, and the methods of studying human behaviour.HUMD-100CE False
CChild Guidance 1 (HUMD-183CE)PrintDistance, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ReginaYou will examine the strategies of developmentally appropriate child guidance. The role of the adult in anticipating and encouraging appropriate behaviour is emphasized. You will practice techniques for intervening with children while encouraging a co-operative attitude, a sense of autonomy and a positive self-image.HUMD-183CE False
CChild Guidance 2 (HUMD-200CE)PrintDistanceThe course is a continuation of Child Guidance 1. You will learn advanced techniques of guiding children that can be applied to more challenging behaviours.HUMD-200CE False
CChild Health Nursing (NRSG-208CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore the nursing care required to support infants, children and adolescents (and their families) experiencing common health alterations. You will review the growth and development of children from birth to 19 years. You will learn principles of child health nursing with the client as a partner to enhance patient safety.NRSG-208CE False
CChildren Diverse Abilities 1 (SPSY-279CE)PrintDistanceThe course provides an introduction to the study of children with diverse abilities and needs. You will examine practices related to identification, intervention and prevention of specific diverse abilities. You will also discuss historical and current approaches, trends, and issues.SPSY-279CE False
CChildren Diverse Abilities 2 (SPSY-289CE)PrintDistanceThe course continues the study of children with diverse abilities by addressing developmentally appropriate programming for young children with diverse abilities. You will study assessment, individualized planning and program planning in inclusive settings.SPSY-289CE False
CChronic Disease Management (HLTH-101CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the pathophysiology of common disease processes. You will focus on the management of diabetes, chronic pain, cancer and respiratory and cardiac disorders. You will also study culture and ethnicity and the care of special needs patients. You will participate in labs and online discussions designed to help develop the skills required to assess and assist a patient in their chronic disease management.HLTH-101CE False
CClient Service Skills (COM-110CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop specific skills for interacting with victim services clients and other agencies that provide services for victims in the community and the province.COM-110CE False
CClients with Diverse Needs (HUMR-101CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop specific skills for interacting with diverse client groups. You will identify and practice strategies for providing services to Aboriginal clients, clients who are new immigrants, clients with disabilities, clients with mental health issues as well as other emerging diverse client needs.HUMR-101CE False
CClinical - Coding 1 (CLIN-102CE)PrintDistanceYour clinical experience will focus on the introductory concepts behind coding with the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Canada/Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (ICD-10-CA/CCI). You will learn how to code basic neoplasm and infection cases. You will also learn about the Canadian Institute for Health Information.CLIN-102CE False
CClinical - Coding 2 (CLIN-236CE)PrintDistanceYour clinical experience will focus on coding with the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Canada/Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (ICD-10-CA/CCI). You will study body systems including: skin, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, blood and respiratory. You will examine orthopaedic trauma cases. You will also learn how to abstract acute care data.CLIN-236CE False
CClinical - Coding 2 (CLIN-258CE)PrintDistanceYour clinical experience will build on the skills developed in Clinical Coding 1 (CLIN 257). You will focus on coding with the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Canada/Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (ICD-10-CA/CCI). You will study body systems including: digestive, hepatobiliary, urinary, reproductive, nervous, special senses and endocrine systems. You will examine nutritional, metabolic, mental and behavioural disorder cases. You will also learn how to abstract data.CLIN-258CE False
CClinical - Coding 3 (CLIN-237CE)PrintDistanceYour clinical experience will build on the skills developed in Clinical - Coding 1 (CLIN 102). You will focus on coding with the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Canada/Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (ICD-10-CA/CCI). You will study body systems including: digestive, hepatobiliary, urinary, reproductive, nervous, special senses and endocrine systems. You will examine nutritional, metabolic, mental and behavioural disorder cases. You will also learn how to abstract ambulatory care data.CLIN-237CE False
CClinical - Coding 4 (CLIN-288CE)PrintDistanceYou will build on your skills in International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, 10th revision, Canada/Canadian Classification of Health Interventions (ICD-10-CA/CCI) coding and abstracting. You will study human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), infections, sepsis, viral hepatitis, pregnancy/childbirth and newborn coding cases. You will also study complex coding cases. Your studies will include a review of coding practices and guidelines, data quality issues, report writing and data presentation.CLIN-288CE False
NClinical Chemistry Refresher (CE-3704)OnlineDistance

This course is the study of the principles of measurement and clinical application of the theory necessary to produce valid results to assess proteins, electrolyte and water balance, urinalysis, carbohydrate metabolism, cardiovascular function, renal function, liver function, pancreatic function, blood gases and therapeutic drug monitoring.  The principles of measurement include light measuring, electrochemistry, osmolality, enzymology, immunology, electrophoresis, laboratory automation, and chromatography.  (Formerly CHEM 1804) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca to register.

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NClinical Decision Making for Additional Authorized Practice (CE-4006)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will consolidate your health assessment and pharmacy competencies in a 200 hour clinical practice education experience. Amalgamated with the practicum, you will study theory using Clinical Decision Tools applied in the context of collaborative, additional authorized registered nurse practice. *Approved by the SRNA for RN Additional Authorized Practice. This course requires successful completion of NURS 225 Health Assessment and PHAR 271 Clinical Drug Therapy with an overall progression grade of 70% and approval of the program head to register. Monthly intakes the first of the month from January - May 2018. You will have 13 weeks from your course start date to complete your clinical hours. Email cnpp@saskpolytech.ca to being the approval process. CE-4006 False
CClinical Experience (CLIN-209CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYour clinical experience will help you make the transition into clinical nursing in Canada. You will demonstrate competence in theoretical knowledge specific to the clinical area. To meet the clinical learning outcomes and perform a self-evaluation, effective communication skills are important.CLIN-209CE False
CClinical Home Care/Comm Serv (CLIN-232CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaIn the home care/community services clinical setting, you will work under the supervision of a mentor or a staff member. You will demonstrate employability skills, comply with agency policies and procedures, communicate effectively, provide basic client care, and ensure client and personal safety.CLIN-232CE False
CClinical Skills Lab (NRSG-223CE)Lab/PracticalReginaThe course will help you adapt your nursing skills to the techniques used in Canada. You will review and practice basic nursing skills (including general physical assessment techniques).NRSG-223CE False
CClinical-Record Mgt/Profession (CLIN-101CE)PrintDistanceIn this clinical experience, you will apply basic health information management principles to theory and the clinical setting. You will focus on basic health record procedures including chart assembly and chart review. You will also learn about electronic records management. You will apply professionalism, employability skills and various health information management duties while in the workplace setting.CLIN-101CE False
NCLXT Hemostasis Update (HEMA-1802)OnlineDistanceYou will study secondary hemostasis and fibrinolysis. You will learn to perform, assess and correlate common screening tests used to detect and monitor treatment of hemostasis disorders. This course includes a theory and application review of prothrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time tests. The course also discusses thrombotic risk, fibrinolysis, alternative anticoagulants, thrombin time test and D-dimer validation. (Formerly HEMA 1802) PREREQUISITES: Immunology (IMMU 183)HEMA-1802 False
NCLXT Mobile Radiography (RDGR-1800)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on mobile radiography equipment, radiation safety, modifications, preparation for procedures, common examinations, and exposure artifacts in relation to mobile radiography. You will perform mobile radiography procedures in a clinical environment. (Formerly RDGR 1800) PREREQUISITES: Eligible for membership with the Saskatchewan Association of Combined Laboratory and X-ray Technicians (SACLXT). You will be required to upload a copy of your SACLXT membership at the time of registration.RDGR-1800 False
NCognitive Behavioural Therapy (CE-4017)OnlineDistanceCognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidenced based therapy that is effective in coping with many problems in daily living and mental health disorders. In this course you will describe the philosophy of counselling using CBT, discuss cultural safety related to CBT, and describe the CBT process. You will demonstrate the application of the cognitive behavioural model in a related care study assignment. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) CE-4017 False
NCognitive Behavioural Therapy (NURS-1672)OnlineDistanceCognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an evidenced based therapy that is effective in coping with many problems in daily living and mental health disorders. In this course you will describe the philosophy of counselling using CBT, discuss cultural safety related to CBT, and describe the CBT process. You will demonstrate the application of the cognitive behavioural model in a related care study assignment. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) NURS-1672 False
CComm Paramedic Role/Prev Strat (HLTH-102CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the role of a community paramedic as both members of a health care team and in health promotion. You will focus on determinants of health, the concepts of primary health care and how health care services are delivered. You will also explore the different health related community resources and housing options available. You will participate in online discussions to help you to better understand the role of a community paramedic.HLTH-102CE False
CCommercial Law (LAW-220CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the field of commercial law. You will examine in detail the concepts of contract law and how these concepts are influenced by various legislative acts and common law. Other legal concepts in your studies will focus on: torts, agency, various forms of business organizations, the sale of goods, employment, bailments, insurance, real and intellectual property, and secured transactions.LAW-220CE False
CCommercial Seed Treat Re-cert (PEST-275CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-275CE True
CCommercial Seed Treatment Appl (PEST-175CE)PrintRegina, DistanceYou will study fungicide and insecticide use for commercial seed treatment operations.PEST-175CE True
NCommunication Toolbox (COMM-1616)Lecture/TheoryReginaIn this interactive workshop, you will develop valuable communication skills so that you become an effective team member or lead. Expand your communication toolbox by learning skillful listening techniques that minimize communication barriers. Understand how your communication affects others and practice constructive feedback to diffuse difficult situations. For further information please call 306-775-7481 COMM-1616 False
CCommunications 1 (NRSG-224CE)Online - IndividualReginaYou will learn and apply Canadian nursing language skills in conducting a nurse-client interview. You will study communication skills, culturally appropriate communication, confidentiality, effective interviewing techniques, assertive communication.NRSG-224CE False
CCommunications 2 (NRSG-225CE)Online - IndividualReginaYou will learn how to communicate effectively with other health care professionals and staff at work. You will also examine interpersonal and workplace communication skills.NRSG-225CE False
CCommunity Assessment (HLTH-103CE)OnlineDistanceYou will perform a community assessment by identifying community services available, health status, demographics and current gaps in health services. You will use your results to design a plan for implementation of a community paramedic.HLTH-103CE True
CCommunity Nursing (NRSG-253CE)ReginaYou will focus your studies on concepts that relate to community nursing. You will review the principles of primary health care and explore emerging community health trends in Saskatchewan. In addition, you will discuss concepts, challenges and nursing care related to community mental health, public health and home care.NRSG-253CE False
NCompany Operations for Trades (CE-1700)OnlineDistanceIn this course you will examine some of the basic principles of operations for companies. You will explore some of the fundamental principles around company structure and operations. (Formerly APPB 1800). CE-1700 False
CComprehensive Behavioural Supp (HUMS-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the implementation process of various approaches and strategies used to support positive behaviours. The concept of behaviour as a communication tool will be explored.HUMS-180CE False
CComputer Apps for Funeral Serv (COAP-178CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the basic skills for creating, editing, and formatting electronic documents that are required in the funeral services industry. You will also work with multimedia software to create and deliver a presentation such as a photo tribute.COAP-178CE False
CComputer Suite Applications (COAP-138CE)OnlineDistanceIn the course, you will learn to create documents that feature the integration of word processing, database, and presentation software.COAP-138CE False
CConflict Management (ADMN-255CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will focus on an introduction to conflict resolution, designed to provide you with interest-based conflict resolution models and primary interpersonal skills to handle workplace conflicts. You will obtain insights and be educated in conflict theory, negotiation strategy, needs grounding related to basic interpersonal communication and management skills, such as rapport building, empathetic listening, behaviour modelling, reframing, problem solving, and decision making. You will develop conflict resolution skills through a combination of lecture material, in-class assignments, role-plays and demonstrations, reading assignments, and problem-solving challenges.ADMN-255CE False
CConflict Resolution (YCW-285CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to conflict theory and to approaches of resolving interpersonal conflict. You will examine the model of Interest Based Conflict Resolution. You will act as a mediator by applying the stages of the model. You will examine the process of mediation, family conferencing and community-based restorative justice in the criminal justice system.YCW-285CE False
CConsolidated Practice Educatin (CLIN-300CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will demonstrate synthesis and application of theoretical concepts in a preceptored practice education setting of your choice. You will apply the psychiatric nursing skills of critical thinking, clinical reasoning, leadership, primary health care, and mental health promotion in advanced practice education settings such as education, research, leadership and management.CLIN-300CE False
CContemporary Graphic Design (DSGN-205CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop an appreciation for innovation in the fields of media and art which are inspired by technological and societal change. You will learn to adapt to new methods and the ongoing redefinition of artistic trends. You will study major contemporary trends in new media design. You will research trendsetters and their work. You will create works in a variety of contemporary styles.DSGN-205CE False
CContractor Safety Systems (SFTY-198CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on safety systems and their relationship to contractors. Most organizations require contractor services at some point in time, and you will explore how to manage these contractors and sub contractors within your safety management system. Specific topics covered include legislated roles and responsibilities of employers, contractors and supervisors; requirements for a safety management system; and Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) relationship with contractors.SFTY-198CE False
CCore Practicum (PRAC-176CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will spend two weeks in an approved funeral home and participate in assigned duties such as transfer of the deceased, case analysis of body/remains, non-embalming preparations and other duties under the direct supervision of a licensed embalmer and/or funeral director. You will be expected to demonstrate professionalism at all times.PRAC-176CE False
CCore Work Experience (WORK-192CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will spend one week in an approved funeral home in your community observing practices in providing care of deceased, funeral arrangements and services. You will participate in related duties as assigned by your supervisor and will be expected to demonstrate professionalism at all times.WORK-192CE False
CCost Accounting 1 (ACCT-226CE)Regina, Moose Jaw, SaskatoonThe course is an introduction to the study of cost accounting theory and practice. You will focus on the differences between cost accounting and financial accounting, various cost accounting terms, an introduction to costing systems and responsibility accounting using master and flexible budgets.ACCT-226CE False
CCost Accounting 2 (ACCT-227CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYour studies will be a continuation of Cost Accounting 1 (ACCT 226). You will study non-routine decision making, cost allocation theory and methods, process costing, hybrid costing systems, inventory management and sales and input variances.ACCT-227CE False
NCPNRE Preparation (CE-4015)OnlineDistanceTo practice as a licensed practical nurse in Canada candidates must successfully write the Canadian Practical Nurse Registration Examination (CPNRE). This course is intended to help you by identifying effective ways to prepare for this examination through exam writing tips and a review of common topics covered on the exam. There are a number of practice quizzes to assess your knowledge as well as your ability to understand the types of questions that may be asked on the CPNRE. You will receive feedback throughout these quizzes that will help you prepare for the comprehensive practice exam at the end of the course.CE-4015 False
CCriminal Justice System (CORR-167CE)ReginaYou will examine the components of the criminal justice system. You will examine how the components work together to respond to crime and crime control.CORR-167CE False
CCriminal Law (LAW-162CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the Criminal Code and its relationship to selected criminal offenses and cases. You will also examine elements of a crime, pre-trial criminal procedures and the significance of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as it impacts on criminal law.LAW-162CE False
CCrisis Intervention (COUN-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the principles of crisis intervention. You will demonstrate basic strategies for dealing with individuals who are in a state of crisis.COUN-100CE False
CCrisis Prevention (SFTY-184CE)PrintDistanceYou will develop strategies for crisis prevention in working with people based on the crisis prevention model.SFTY-184CE False
CCritical Reading and Writing (ENGL-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop basic skills in critical analysis, effective reading and composition by analyzing and evaluating materials from various disciplines. You will also refine your understanding and practice of the structures of composition by writing a report on a topic of your choice using APA-style format.ENGL-100CE False
NCross Connection Control (Formerly WTER 1800) (CE_BD-4714)Lecture/LabReginaThis course will appeal to those involved in the application, enforcement, sales, installation and testing of backflow preventers. The first part of the course deals with the principles of cross connections, application of devices and current regulations and bylaws. The balance of time is dedicated to hands-on testing in our Cross connection Control Manual (75% required for successful completion).CE_BD-4714 False
NCross Connection Control Recertification (Formerly WTER 1801) (CE_BD-4716)Lecture/Theory, Lecture/LabRegina, SaskatoonThis course will appeal to you if you have been Certified in Backflow Prevention and your Certification is about to expire. This course is designed as a refresher and to update you on new regulations and new equipment. Exam is written on last day of class.CE_BD-4716 True
CCross-Cultural Management (MGMT-208CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn skills, knowledge, attitudes that support the transformation of diversity into a competitive advantage. Your studies will include the elements of culture that define societies, intercultural communication skills that support collaboration, and strategies that enhance organizational and personal efficiency and effectiveness.MGMT-208CE False
CCulture and Diversity (CLTR-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the many facets of culture. Your studies will focus on the personal attitudes and values involved in appreciating cultural differences. You will explore multiculturalism in Canadian society and discuss practices that promote acceptance of diversity in society.CLTR-180CE False
CCustomer Service (PR-145CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the value of customer service and retention of customers through the provision of excellent service. The course content includes the principles of good customer service, telephone skills, handling complaints, and dealing with difficult people.PR-145CE False
NCustomer Service (CUST-1604)Lecture/TheoryReginaGain an understanding of what professional customer service is by learning about the Five Drivers of Service Excellence and the Service Value Chain and how these help you to connect with customers. Practice the importance of positive language and learn the patterns than can result in challenging situations. This interactive workshop will show you how to go the extra mile that makes a difference to your customer. For further information, call 306-775-7481. CUST-1604 False
CCustomize Content Mgmt Systems (MULT-205CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn about Content Management Systems (CMS) for managing large, interactive web sites. You will select an appropriate CMS and modify the content and interface to build custom projects.MULT-205CE False
CDatabase Programming (COSC-262CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn the structure of program design, development, testing and documentation. You will learn to design single and multi-table databases using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) and Access. Your course content will include the fundamentals of algorithms and algorithm analysis.COSC-262CE False
CDealing with Difficult Clients (ADMN-103CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop specific skills for interacting with difficult clients. Content will include strategies for dealing with resistant clients and strategies to defuse hostile situations.ADMN-103CE False
CDecontamin/Cleaning/Disinfect (MED-101CE)OnlineDistanceYou will explore decontamination in a medical device reprocessing (MDR) department. You will study cleaning and disinfecting agents and the equipment used to decontaminate medical devices. You will discuss the proper handling and cleaning of these devices. You will study policies and procedures related to decontamination.MED-101CE False
CDementia Behaviour (DEMC-183CE)PrintRegina, Saskatoon, Distance, Prince AlbertYou will study the types, behaviours and progression of dementia. Behaviour mapping techniques and interventions that promote optimum levels of functioning will be learned.DEMC-183CE True
CDementia Family Care (DEMC-280CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will learn how those with dementia are assessed and how to intervene in emergency situations. You will discuss environments and issues related to institutional care placement and the impact dementia has on families.DEMC-280CE False
CDesign Process/Critical Study (DSGN-204CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop exceptional graphic solutions based on solid analysis and design. You will investigate essential design processes and techniques. You will develop critical thinking and analytical skills. You will demonstrate your skills by creating appropriate solutions to design challengesDSGN-204CE False
CDiabetes Management: A Review (HLTH-266CE)Online - IndividualReginaYour studies will focus on a review of the basic features of diabetes and diabetes management. You will discuss topics related to pathophysiology (including population health concepts, epidemiology and demographics of diabetes, risk factors for diabetes and key client management strategies).HLTH-266CE False
CDigital Media (MKTG-227CE)Moose JawYou will explore the role of digital media in the marketing and promotion strategies of a business. Your studies will examine the relationship between market research, audience identification and digital marketing strategy. You will create business content designed to create interest and engagement in a business and you will learn how to establish metrics and build assessment tools to measure the effectiveness of your digital media marketing strategy.MKTG-227CE False
CDirect Funerals (FNRL-281CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the organization and direction of funeral services and visitations. You will also explore the various support services available.FNRL-281CE False
CDisability Management (HLTH-187CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to disability management as a key essential component of an occupational health and safety program. Disability management starts at the time of illness or injury and continues until the individual has recovered and returned to work. In this course, you will acquire knowledge and skill to develop and implement a disability management program including Workers' Compensation Board (WCB) claims information and return to work plans.HLTH-187CE False
CDynamic Flash Applications (MULT-211CE)OnlineDistanceUsing Flash, you will learn how to create effective and media-rich user interfaces for sophisticated Web-based applications. You will also learn how to retrieve, display, collect and submit data. You will demonstrate your skills by completing a project.MULT-211CE False
CDynamic Web Project (PROJ-201CE)OnlineDistanceYou will have the opportunity to create a significant final project. The project should be a showcase piece that demonstrates a wide range of your strongest skills. You will develop your project topic in consultation with your instructor.PROJ-201CE False
CE-Commerce (COMP-206CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will include defining e-commerce, defining interface design issues and researching and evaluating e-commerce solutions. You will plan and develop an e-commerce project.COMP-206CE False
CEconomics (ECON-100CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will study the foundations of macroeconomics. Your studies will include an introduction to the economic principles of scarcity, opportunity costs, demand and supply, and comparative market structures. You will then focus on learning about the major macroeconomic elements impacting our economy. This includes Gross Domestic Product, unemployment and inflation, government spending and taxation, the Canadian banking system, foreign trade and other key macroeconomic variables.ECON-100CE False
CElectronic Publishing (GRPH-202CE)OnlineDistanceUsing popular layout software, you will learn to create professionally-formatted documents for print and web. You will learn to optimize your production workflow and create interactive documents.GRPH-202CE False
CElements/Principle of Design 1 (DSGN-101CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study basic design theory in the context of visual communications. You will learn about design tools and materials, and design processes including critiques and drawing. Using the formal elements of design, you will develop practical design skills.DSGN-101CE True
CElements/Principle of Design 2 (GRPH-100CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the graphic elements of type, format and image. You will analyze how graphic elements are used alone and in combination. You will apply these skills to create effective communication solutions.GRPH-100CE False
NElevate Username Change (EL_USR-ELUSR)SaskatoonEL_USR-ELUSR False
CEmbalming 1 (FNRL-182CE)ReginaYou will gain an understanding of the various types of embalming processes for the normal case.FNRL-182CE False
CEmbalming 2 (FNRL-183CE)PrintDistanceBuilding on your studies from Embalming 1 you will study embalming procedures used in both normal, difficult and autopsied cases.FNRL-183CE False
CEmbalming Practicum (PRAC-277CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will spend eight weeks in an approved funeral home and participate in all aspects of the embalming process under the direct supervision of a licensed embalmer. You will also participate in restorative art procedures. You will be expected to submit case studies of all embalming and restorative art procedures to your supervisor. You will model professional attitudes and practices in all aspects of your assigned duties.PRAC-277CE False
CEmergency Management (SFTY-174CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on potential workplace emergencies. You will examine the role of stakeholders, legislation, standards and best practices used to develop Emergency Management plans. You will discuss the importance of a proactive approach to Emergency Management and how to address communication and post incident recovery.SFTY-174CE False
CEmerging Interactive Tech (MULT-208CE)OnlineDistanceAs a new media developer, you will research and discuss emerging technologies.MULT-208CE False
CEmployability Skills (EMPL-180CE)PrintSaskatoon, Distance, ReginaYou will receive instruction and practice in written communication skills needed in the workplace. You will develop effective job search strategies, with emphasis on communicating a professional image through job search materials and interview skills.EMPL-180CE False
CEmployee Engagement (HR-234CE)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on the major influences on employee engagement and the impact on individual managers and the organization. You will examine the importance of sound employee relationship practices in the role of reaching organizational objectives. You will look at equity and fairness, the influence of culture, diversity and equity, motivation, job design principles, performance management and occupational health and safety. You will research and develop a proposal that management can implement to enhance corporate employee engagement.HR-234CE False
CEnd of Life Care (SPCR-102CE)Prince Albert, Regina, SaskatoonYour studies will cover death and dying in the Canadian context. You will study the basic needs and interventions of the dying client. You will also cover grief, the grieving process and the impact of life threatening illnesses on the family members.SPCR-102CE False
CEnglish Language Arts A30 (ELA-A30CE)Lecture/TheoryPrince AlbertELA-A30CE False
NEntrepreneurial Marketing (CE_BD-1417)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceEntrepreneurs must know how to effectively market their product or service. You will learn a step-by-step approach to attract and keep customres using a realistic budget, how to build your brand and implement your marketing plan. For further information contact 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1417 True
CEntrepreneurship (ADMN-224CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the specifics of organizing and opening a small business, including legislation, licenses, types of businesses and location. The course will end with an assignment that performs all the steps up to the opening of your business including the development of a Business Plan.ADMN-224CE False
NEntrepreneurship Certificate (1414)OnlineDistance1414 False
CEpidemiology/Population Health (HINF-260CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will include the nature and scope of epidemiology (especially as these relate to health information systems). You will study the distribution of diseases in populations and factors that influence the occurrence of disease. You will learn the steps involved in writing a research paper and apply the steps to a specific disease model.HINF-260CE False
CErgonomics (HLTH-191CE)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on the principles of ergonomics to examine the ergonomic factors that impact the human body. You will investigate the relationship between the human body and machines and review basic computer and industrial settings. You will further explore ergonomic programming, training and communication strategies to complete basic ergonomic assessments in your workplace.HLTH-191CE False
NEssential Skill & TOWES Administrator Training (CE_BD-1320)Lecture/LabReginaThis two-day workshop will provide an overview of Essential Skills and the protocols and procedures for administering the Test of Workplace Essential Skills (TOWES). You will develop your knowledge and understanding of Essential Skills, and find out why the Government of Canada has invested heavily in the development of resources and assessments. You will utilize the database of Essential Skills profiles, and find out about learning resources and tools that can be used to strengthen Essential Skills in learners or employees. You will also be introduced to important techniques, insights and recommendations for using and debriefing TOWES results with individuals and groups. As part of the workshop, participants will complete a TOWES assessment and be provided with their confidential test results.CE_BD-1320 False
CEthics and Professionalism (SPSY-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the concepts of professional behaviour and ethics as they apply to the field of victim services. You will also have the opportunity to develop a safety plan, resume/portfolio and practice job interview skills.SPSY-100CE False
NExcel Advanced (COAP-1656)Lab/PracticalReginaIncrease your productivity and apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets by using more of the built in features of Microsoft Excel. Topics include: using functions; pivot and input tables; sorting and filtering numeric data, advanced charts and macros. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite: Excel Introduction or equivalent experience using Excel in the workplace. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. COAP-1656 False
NExcel Advanced 2013 (CE_BD-2702)Lecture/TheoryReginaIncrease your productivity and apply advanced analysis techniques to more complex data sets by using more of the built in features of Microsoft Excel. Topics include: using functions; pivot and input tables; sorting and filtering numeric data, advanced charts and macros. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite: Excel Introduction or equivalent experience using Excel in the workplace. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-2702 False
NExcel Introduction (COAP-1632)Lab/PracticalReginaMicrosoft Excel is a powerful tool for creating spreadsheets that allows you to analyze and share information more effectively. This course is intended for people new to Excel. In this class you gain the skills and knowledge needed to create and use worksheets and charts. Topics include: entering, copying and manipulating data; creating and editing simple formulas; using common functions; formatting worksheets; and printing data. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills or Computer Basics class. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. COAP-1632 False
CFacilitation Techniques in T.R (THRC-291CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine a number of techniques and activity-based therapies that therapeutic recreation professionals may employ. You will explore your role in utilizing these techniques and interventions as part of a comprehensive therapeutic recreation program.THRC-291CE False
NFacilitator Training (CE-4300)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonLearn how to become a motivated and competent trainer to make your training programs effective. Examine learning theory to ensure that adult education principles are applied throughout. Learn how to develop learning outcomes and how to design a course and evaluate learners. Develop techniques for communicating with learners while keeping your audience engaged. Practice your skills in a training session that you will design and deliver for instructor feedback.CE-4300 True
CFamily Dynamics (FMLY-181CE)OnlineDistanceYou will examine the dynamics of the Canadian family, the influence of family structure on the individual’s values and the mental, cultural and physical challenges faced by the families of today.FMLY-181CE False
CFamily Systems (YCW-282CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the structure and patterns of family life in the context of Canadian cultural and societal diversity. You will identify and discuss issues that impact family functioning. You will use strength based assessments, interventions, and strategies that promote resilience and healthy family life while in the role of a youth care worker.YCW-282CE False
CFamily Violence Strategies (SPSY-141CE)PrintDistanceYou will study violence in a family setting. You will apply this knowledge to understanding the perpetrator and the victim when planning interventions in First Nations communities. You will examine the role of community resources available to support families in the community.SPSY-141CE False
NFiber Optics (CE_BD-2716)Lecture/TheoryReginaThis course is certified by the Fiber Optics Association. It includes the basic theory of fiber optics and focusses on practical techniques and issues in installing, terminating, troubleshooting and documenting fiber optic systems to industry standards. Applications such as telephone systems, computer networks CATC, and video systems are emphasized. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-2716 False
NFibre Optics (INTL-1200)Lecture/LabReginaThis course is certified by the Fiber Optics Association. It includes the basic theory of fiber optics and focusses on practical techniques and issues in installing, terminating, troubleshooting and documenting fiber optic systems to industry standards. Applications such as telephone systems, computer networks CATC, and video systems are emphasized. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. INTL-1200 False
CFinance (FIN-220CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will become familiar with the role of finance and its implication for risk, income and control, credit conditions and a firm's state of liquidity. You will examine sources of capital and corporate borrowing, cost of capital theory and optimal capital structure, and capital budget decision making.FIN-220CE False
NFinancial Analysis and Planning for Non-Financial Managers (CE_BD-1323)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceAssess and analyze financial information on your business reports. An understanding of this information will help you make smart decisions when it comes to budgeting, setting goals, and assessing performance within your own area of influence. For information call 306-775-7481 or 775-7939. CE_BD-1323 True
CFire Prevention and Protection (SFTY-199CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on applying current concepts and principles involved the evaluation, control, prevention, reduction and elimination of fire hazards for individuals and the workplace.SFTY-199CE False
NFostering Online Discussion (CE_BD-1363)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceDiscover how to build student success through your interaction, how to give online learners feedback, communicating with them about everything from subject matter to delicate issues to grading. You will come away with advanced, practical, how-to tips from one of the foremost authorities on fostering online discussion. And you will see how your instructor models great interaction and engagement in the online environment.CE_BD-1363 True
CFoundations of Sociology (SOCI-160CE)ReginaYou will examine how to practice sociology, and learn about the importance of culture and socialization. You wil discuss social inequality in Canada, the power of mass media and the dualism of sex and gender. You will examine race, ethnicity, social control, and deviance. Your studies will also include a discussion of collective behaviour, social movements, and social change.SOCI-160CE False
CFoundations of T.R. (THRC-182CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the basic concepts necessary for formulating a philosophical and theoretical foundation in therapeutic recreation. You will explore the definitions, terms and concepts used in the field, the philosophy behind the profession, the history and development of the profession and current service delivery models.THRC-182CE False
CFoundations/Occ Health Nursing (NRSG-287CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the specialty role of the occupational health nurse. You will explore occupational health nursing as it relates to health in the workplace and inter-professional partnerships. You will examine legal and ethical considerations, occupational health and safety standards and frameworks for professional practice. You will develop a professional portfolio (as an assignment) related to occupational health nursing.NRSG-287CE False
CFumigation Applicator (PEST-169CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the use of fumigants for soil fumigation, within closed structures and under sheets (including grain bins, elevators, buildings, rail cars, trucks and closed vaults).PEST-169CE True
CFumigation Re-certification (PEST-269CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-269CE True
CFundamental Comm. Skills (COMM-127CE)OnlineDistanceYou will use fundamental employability skills related to obtaining and keeping a job. You will apply skills to work effectively with others and produce job-related documents. You will identify employability and practical skills to prepare effective job search materials and discuss the effect of attitudes and behaviours on a successful job search.COMM-127CE False
CFundamental IndustrialHygiene1 (HLTH-179CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the principles of industrial hygiene, sometimes referred to as occupational hygiene. You will be prepared to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control workplace hazards. Specific topics include occupational contamination, chemical, biological and radiation hazards.HLTH-179CE False
CFundamental IndustrialHygiene2 (HLTH-189CE)OnlineDistanceIndustrial Hygiene is the science dedicated to the prevention of occupational illness or disease. This course builds on HLTH 188 Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene 1. This course will prepare you to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control noise, thermal and other specific workplace hazards. In addition you will be introduced to respiratory and ventilation methods of control.HLTH-189CE False
CFuneral Director Practicum (PRAC-278CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will spend eight weeks in an approved funeral home and participate in funeral arrangements and directing funeral services under the direct supervision of a licensed funeral director. You will model professional attitudes and practices in all aspects of your assigned duties.PRAC-278CE False
NGED Preparation (CE-6304)Lecture/TheoryReginaCE-6304 False
NGED(R) Preparation (CE_BD-6301)Lecture/TheoryReginaCE_BD-6301 False
NGeneral Gasfitter (Commercial) (Formerly PIPE 1802) (CE_BD-4717)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis course is for Journeyperson Plumber, Pipefitter, or Refrigeration Mechanic who have their Domestic Gas Ticket, and have yet to successfully complete the general gas curriculum.CE_BD-4717 False
NGeneral Mine Safety Awareness (SFTY-1808)Lecture/TheorySaskatoon, ReginaNote: Employers wishing to register employees for this course please see Information for Employers at: http://saskpolytech.ca/sst. This 24 hour training program is a requirement for any contractor working on a mine site in Saskatchewan. Offered with instructor support both online and in a classroom environment to accommodate accessibility and diverse learning styles, the program provides an overview of mine safety through 13 modules. 1. Saskatchewan Mining Regulations Employment Act; 2. Hazard recognition 3. Personal protective equipment 4. Safe use of hand and power tools; 5. Safe use of scaffolding and ladders; 6. Controlled energy 7. Fire safety 8. Environmental safety 9. Reporting incidents 10. Ground control awareness 11. Self-rescue techniques 12. Asbestos awareness 13. Fit for duty and drug and alcohol testing. SFTY-1808 False
NGeneral Mine Safety Awareness (CE-4302)Online, Lecture/TheoryPrince Albert, Distance, Saskatoon, ReginaNote: Employers wishing to register employees for this course please see Information for Employers at: http://saskpolytech.ca/sst. This 24 hour training program is a requirement for any contractor working on a mine site in Saskatchewan. Offered with instructor support both online and in a classroom environment to accommodate accessibility and diverse learning styles, the program provides an overview of mine safety through 13 modules. 1. Saskatchewan Mining Regulations Employment Act; 2. Hazard recognition 3. Personal protective equipment 4. Safe use of hand and power tools; 5. Safe use of scaffolding and ladders; 6. Controlled energy 7. Fire safety 8. Environmental safety 9. Reporting incidents 10. Ground control awareness 11. Self-rescue techniques 12. Asbestos awareness 13. Fit for duty and drug and alcohol testing. Formerly: SFTYCE-4302 True
CGeriatric Care (GERI-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on the principles of geriatric assessment and care. You will study dementia patient care, housing options available to geriatrics and the use of various assessment tools. You will participate in labs and online discussions designed to help you develop the skills required to provide care to a geriatric patient. Upon completion of this course you will receive a certificate of participation in Gentle Persuasive Approach.GERI-100CE False
NGingival Retraction Cord (DNTL-1602)Lecture/LabReginaThe appropriate selection and placement of gingival retraction cord allows an accurate impression of a tooth preparation below the gingival margin. In this course you will discuss the selection of retraction cord and practice its placement and removal on mannequins in the clinic.DNTL-1602 False
NGirls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) (CE-5407)Lecture/LabSaskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw

The Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camps are a fun way to introduce girls ages 12-15 to possible future careers in trades and technology while they attend an enjoyable week-long day camp. Girls are introduced to women who work in a variety of fulfilling occupations who spend time promoting the importance of career awareness through activities with the participants. Each girl gets a chance to use tools and participate in a collaborative way, making creative decisions. They work individually or in pairs on a number of fun trades or technology projects throughout the week. For more information, please contact a WITT Coordinator at a Saskatchewan Polytechnic Campus near you: www.saskpolytech.ca/witt.

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NGirls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) (CE_BD-2008)Lecture/LabRegina, Saskatoon, Moose JawGETT camps are a fun way to introduce girls currently in grades 6, 7 and 8 to possible future careers in trades and technology while they attend an enjoyable week-long day camp. Girls are introduced to women who work in a variety of fulfilling occupations who spend time promoting the importance of career awareness through activities with the participants. Each girl gets a chance to use tools and participate in a collaborative and creative decisions. Girls are encouraged to be inventive and solve problems using all of the materials at hand. They work individually or in pairs on each project, with the final project being the design and construction of either a go-cart or scooter. CE_BD-2008 True
NGrammar and Punctuation (CE_BD-1303)Lecture/TheoryReginaBusiness communication should be grammatically correct, clear, concise and easy to understand. Practice skills to enable you to write effective sentences. Examine the roles of the various parts of speech and learn how each functions in a sentence. Consider word choice to eliminate wordiness. Understand that punctuation is an aid to meaning and learn how to correct common punctuation errors.  Available via the web. For further information, call 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1303 False
NGrammar and Punctuation (BCOM-1609)Lecture/TheoryReginaBusiness communication should be grammatically correct, clear, concise and easy to understand. Practice skills to enable you to write effective sentences. Examine the roles of the various parts of speech and learn how each functions in a sentence. Consider word choice to eliminate wordiness. Understand that punctuation is an aid to meaning and learn how to correct common punctuation errors.  Available via the web. For further information, call 306-775-7481. BCOM-1609 False
CGreenhouse Applicator (PEST-170CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to use herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and rodenticides in greenhouses during crop storage, display and production. The course content includes pesticide use on areas immediately surrounding greenhouses and on plants in occupied buildings.PEST-170CE True
CGreenhouse Applicator Re-cert (PEST-270CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-270CE True
CGroup Facilitation (HUMR-281CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the foundations and structure of group work. You will learn about group dynamics and the role of effective communication in group process. You will explore the concepts of roles, norms, motivation, diversity leadership and power as they relate to being an effective group member. Finally, you will be provided with the opportunity to develop practical skills and experience in group facilitation.HUMR-281CE False
NGroup Facilitation (FATR-1604)Lecture/TheoryReginaFATR-1604 False
CGuiding Behaviour (HUMD-101CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will discuss perspectives that educators have regarding the classroom and behaviour. You will examine how cognitive development plays a role in guiding behaviour. You will be able to describe the role that the environment plays in determining and guiding behaviour. You will be introduced to an overview of positive guidance and have the opportunity to select and implement strategies that teach self-control and self-regulation.HUMD-101CE False
CHealth & Healing 1 Completer (NURS-173CE)OnlineDistanceWithin a caring holistic context, you will be introduced to the concept of health as it applies to you and others. You will explore the concept of primary health care. You will discuss health services delivery. You will examine determinants of health. Health promotion activities and community resources are explored.NURS-173CE False
CHealth Assessment (NURS-225CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the theory related to interviewing techniques, history-taking and a head-to-toe physical assessment. You will have the opportunity of attending a two-day lab where you will focus on performing a comprehensive assessment of the adult client. Attendance at the lab is not required. However an evaluation of the assessment skills will be scheduled with an experienced instructor/evaluator at a site close to you.NURS-225CE False
CHealth Assessment 2 (NRSG-201CE)OnlineDistanceBuilding on the theory you learned in NRSG 200 (Health Assessment 1), you will continue to study the assessment of body systems. The course content includes assessment of the abdomen, musculoskeletal system, neurological system, male and female genitalia and rectum, adapting techniques of health assessment to other age groups and psychological and sociocultural assessment.NRSG-201CE False
CHealth Assessment/LPN (NURS-227CE)OnlineDistanceThe Health Assessment course for Licensed Practical Nurses will prepare you to perform a health history and physical examination of clients. You will enhance your assessment skills with a focus on a patient centered approach. You will apply critical thinking and evidenced informed nursing practice to health assessment. You will consider health assessment in various stages across the lifespan, with a focus on the older adult. Challenges related to aging are also explored. You will perform a health history and physical examination with an older adult and document the findings in an assignment.NURS-227CE False
CHealth Care Law and Ethics (HINF-262CE)OnlineDistanceYou will become familiar with health law (especially as it pertains to health information) and the issues associated with the privacy, confidentiality and security of health information. You will identify appropriate ethical conduct in pursuing your professional role and gain an overview of legislation relating to health care and health information. You will examine the legal responsibilities and ethical situations for Indigenous peoples under health law. You will be able to design policies related to privacy, confidentiality, security and participate in risk management activities.HINF-262CE False
CHealth Challenges 1 Completer (NURS-174CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the concepts of holistic nursing care related to specific challenges of the older adult. You will examine the concept of polypharmacy. You will discuss the introductory concepts of microbiology and selected specific microorganisms. You will learn about emerging infections in Canadian communities.NURS-174CE False
CHealth Information Analysis 1 (HINF-161CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to retrieve, analyze and present data/information. You will also become familiar with the use and content of the basic Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) reports, data presentation and graphic techniques.HINF-161CE False
CHealth Information Analysis 2 (HINF-261CE)OnlineDistanceBuilding on the skills you developed in Health Information Analysis 1 (HINF 161), your studies will focus on the research, design and methodology of health information analysis and utilization. You will also review various health information sources and documentation. You will be introduced to data analysis, nomenclatures, various classification systems and Management Information Systems (MIS) standards.HINF-261CE False
NHealth Information Management Final Comprehensive Practice Exam (CFEX-1600)OnlineDistanceYou will have an opportunity to write an electronic exam consisting of seven mini exams with 22 questions per exam. This comprehensive exam provides an overview of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic HIM diploma program, which is a Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA) accredited HIM program. You will study the following seven competencies: biomedical science, health information science, health information analysis and presentation, technology and health information, access, privacy and security, ethics and practice and the healthcare system in Canada. *Please contact the Sask Polytech HIM program with other available dates.CFEX-1600 False
CHealth Information Practicum 1 (PRAC-165CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will apply your previously learned theory and experience in health information management while working in a health care agency. Your practicum will focus on coding. You will have an opportunity to practice abstracting and presenting data.PRAC-165CE True
CHealth Information Practicum 2 (PRAC-262CE)OnlineDistanceYour practical experience will help you acquire experience working in the health information field. You will develop your professional skills by promoting both the health information profession and program.PRAC-262CE False
CHealth Information Systems (HINF-265CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will prepare you to manage and evaluate changes in computer technology and information systems. You will acquire the skills to participate in analyzing and planning for system changes that affect health information files.HINF-265CE False
CHealth Promotion (HLTH-184CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn lifestyle practices, occupational safety protocols, and standard precautions that promote health and wellness of persons with disabilities and disability support workers.HLTH-184CE False
CHealth Promotion in Youth Care (HLTH-183CE)PrintDistanceYou will discuss a holistic approach to wellness with a focus on personal health. You will receive instruction in the lifestyle practices that promote health and wellness. You will study workplace safety practices and have the opportunity to demonstrate competency in practical skills necessary for worker and client safety.HLTH-183CE False
NHealth Record Document for LPN (NURS-1685)OnlineDistanceAccurate, timely, and relevant documentation of health care provided to clients is necessary to ensure consistency of care within the multidisciplinary team. Health documents provide a legal representation of the assessments, actions, and related results when caring for a client. In this course you will study the purpose, standards and methods of documentation as a means of communication of the care you have provided to your clients. You will learn how documentation demonstrates a commitment to providing safe, effective, ethical care and accountability for professional practice. You will learn the Canadian standards of documentation, types of nursing reports, and discuss methods of recording data. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)NURS-1685 False
NHealth Record Documentation for LPNs (CE-4022)OnlineDistanceAccurate, timely, and relevant documentation of health care provided to clients is necessary to ensure consistency of care within the multidisciplinary team. Health documents provide a legal representation of the assessments, actions, and related results when caring for a client. In this course you will study the purpose, standards and methods of documentation as a means of communication of the care you have provided to your clients. You will learn how documentation demonstrates a commitment to providing safe, effective, ethical care and accountability for professional practice. You will learn the Canadian standards of documentation, types of nursing reports, and discuss methods of recording data. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4022 False
CHealth Record Systems (HINF-160CE)OnlineDistanceYou will explore the structure of the health care system and uses of health information. You will study federal and provincial legislation regarding health records and the ethical/legal considerations involved in the confidentiality of health information. You will examine basic health information management department procedures.HINF-160CE False
CHealth Standards & Informatics (HINF-266CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will involve learning about health informatics and how eHealth impacts the health information management professional. You will study common health informatics standards, including Health Level Seven (HL7).HINF-266CE False
CHealth, Safety and Nutrition (ECE-142CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYour studies will focus on creating environments and practices that contribute to the health, safety, and nutritional needs of children. You will study the physical development of children. You will also receive information that will assist you in identifying and addressing health and safety issues including abuse and neglect.ECE-142CE False
CHelping Skills (COMM-197CE)Regina, SaskatoonYou will apply communication skills to facilitate a helping relationship with your clients, their families, significant others, other health care staff, as well as various other professionals.COMM-197CE False
NHematology Refresher (CE-3708)OnlineDistance

You will focus on the Hematology theory required by an entry level MLT. The topics include manual laboratory techniques, hematology analyzers, blood smear evaluations, red blood cell disorders, white blood cell disorders, and hemostasis. (Formerly HEMA 1800) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca for approval to register.

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NHematology Refresher (HEMA-1800)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on the Hematology theory required by an entry level MLT. The topics include manual laboratory techniques, hematology analyzers, blood smear evaluations, red blood cell disorders, white blood cell disorders, and hemostasis. (Formerly HEMA 1800) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca for approval to register.HEMA-1800 False
NHeroes & Villains Camp (CE_BD-2002)Lecture/LabReginaParticipants will learn how to create a comic book or graphic novel. Using various computer software programs, they will learn how to develop their character ideas from the sketchbook to the computer where it will be manipulated into a final rendered version.CE_BD-2002 True
NHistotechnology Refresher (CE-3709)OnlineDistanceYou will review classification of cells and tissues, followed by the microanatomical structure of the major organs of the body. The principle and practices of preparing clinical specimens for histological examination including fixation, decalcification, processing, embedding and microtomy are covered. Also included are descriptions of the principles and practices used in a clinical Histology laboratory to demonstrate cellular and non-cellular elements using special stain techniques. (Formerly HSTC 1800) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca to register.CE-3709 False
CHlth Assess/Hlth Promotion OHN (NRSG-288CE)OnlineDistanceYou will relate the basic principles of health assessment including history taking and physical examination to occupational health nursing. You will relate the principles of health promotion to the occupational health environment. You will discuss specific alterations to health experienced in occupational health environments and the related health promotion.NRSG-288CE False
CHlth Assess/Praxis 1 Completer (NURS-170CE)OnlineDistanceYou will complete three learning outcomes and study the development of basic nursing competencies related to the nursing process, elimination needs, and vital signs. You will attend the mandatory simulation lab component where you will practice these skills. The lab will cover material from all three learning outcomes.NURS-170CE False
CHlth Promotion/Therapeutic Rec (THRC-190CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the core concepts of health promotion discussing the determinants of health, and the relationship between heath and leisure. You will explore the Health Promotion/Health Protection model as it relates to therapeutic recreation. You will explore strategies and resources to encourage and promote involvement in physical activity and healthy eating for all people. You will explore skills for managing risk, stress and the life/work balance and will describe the role of therapeutic recreation in health promotion and disease prevention.THRC-190CE False
CHuman Growth & Development (HUMD-188CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will learn the physical, sensory, perceptual, cognitive, social, and personality stages of human growth and development from conception to death.HUMD-188CE False
CHuman Growth and Development (HUMD-187CE)Regina, SaskatoonYou will learn the physical, social, intellectual and emotional aspects of human growth and development from infancy to old age. You will also study the effects of aging on society.HUMD-187CE False
CHuman Resource Mgt & Employee (HINF-263CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on management theories, maintaining collaborative relationships, managing and evaluating staff development, examining self-performance and development, and discussing human rights and labour standards.HINF-263CE False
NICA - Arts and Science of Participation (CE_BD-1396)Lecture/TheoryReginaThis six-day intensive will dramatically improve your ability to facilitate any group more effectively by strengthening your skills and increasing your confidence.  Through the use of facilitation practice and feedback, you will learn core skills and theory to make the practical links between a number of facilitation tools and methods.  You will receive tutoring on how to design and implement effective facilitation processes for complex and challenging situations.  This course has been endorsed by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF) as part of the Professional Facilitator Program which leads you to become a Certified Professional Facilitator (CPF). For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-1396 True
NICA - Meetings That Work (CE_BD-1314)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn how to plan, design and facilitate effective meetings and agendas using a participatory environment and teamwork. Discover the tools that ensure group decision-making is effective and positive. Manage difficult situations and develop a sense of teamwork among members. Use ICA’s template and techniques to increase participation and group productivity in all types of meetings. For further information call 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1314 False
NICA - Transformational Strategy (CE_BD-1313)Lecture/TheoryReginaMaximize innovation, creativity and flexibility of your organization’s strategies by weaving stakeholder perspectives into your long range plans. Diverse input will build commitment and action into the transformation. Transformational Strategy is for executives, managers, and consultants who must enhance a group’s potential to think and act strategically and empower them to act immediately. Pre-Requisite: Group Facilitation For further information call 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1313 False
NICA Group Facilitation (CE_BD-1312)Lecture/TheoryReginaBecome a great facilitator by using the most powerful facilitation methods and processes available. Learn the approaches to clear thinking, sound decisions, solid consensus and open dialogue using ICA’s Focused Conversation Method and the Consensus Workshop Method. This course will make an immediate difference in your understanding and practice of facilitation. Get increased engagement, more commitment and authentic ownership of collaborative results. For further information call 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1312 False
NIELTS Prep (IELT-1000)Lecture/TheorySaskatoon, ReginaSaskatchewan Polytechnic's International English Language Testing System (IELTS) preparation courses prepare you for the IELTS exam. The course consists of study tips, strategies and practice exercises to improve your test performance. Each of the following modules will be addressed: *Listening *Reading *Speaking *WritingIELT-1000 False
CImmunology (IMMU-183CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the body's innate and acquired defense mechanisms. Your studies will focus on the involvement of the immune system in various disease states and clinical conditions. The course also provides an introduction to the principles of antigen-antibody reactions and their application in many laboratory tests.IMMU-183CE False
CIncident Investigation (HLTH-190CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to incident investigation which is a critical tool in preventing incident reoccurrence and worker injury and illness in the realm of occupational health and safety. You will study incident causation models and the processes to investigate incidents.HLTH-190CE False
NIndigenous Awareness (CE-5602)Lecture/TheoryPrince AlbertIndigenous Awareness Training dispels myths and misconceptions, creates awareness of the history of Indigenous peoples in Canada, and improves race relations and understanding of differing cultures by providing information from an Indigenous perspective. These sessions provide a safe atmosphere for any participant to ask questions in an open and non-judgmental environment. The training includes the Blanket Exercise, an interactive learning experience developed by Kairos Canada that teaches Indigenous rights history. These sessions are designed to be fun, educational and thought provoking. Each session is a full day and can accommodate up to 30 people. Participants receive a training manual as an informational resource to keep and as well as a certificate of attendance. CE-5602 False
CIndigenous Studies (NAST-102CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will receive an introduction to First Nations and Metis Nations peoples in Canada. You will examine historical and current issues that affect Aboriginal peoples. You will explore racism and will develop an understanding of how self-awareness impacts helping relationships.NAST-102CE False
CIndustrial Vegetation Appl (PEST-171CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on herbicide use for controlling weeds in industrial areas (such as roadsides, power lines, rights of way, well sites, parking lots, roadbeds and equipment yards). The course content includes controlling designated noxious weeds on all lands and using herbicides for sewer root control.PEST-171CE True
CIndustrial Vegetation Re-cert (PEST-271CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-271CE True
CInfection Control and Safety (INFC-180CE)OnlineSaskatoon, DistanceYou will study the transmission of microorganisms, blood-borne pathogens (i.e. hepatitis virus and HIV), standard precautions, isolation procedures, immunization for medical workers, sterilization and disinfection, biohazard waste, safety and WHMIS.INFC-180CE True
CInformation Systems (COMP-120CE)Regina, Saskatoon, Moose JawYour studies will focus on the practical use of Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel from the Microsoft Office Professional software suite. You will learn a wide range of skills from intermediate to advanced in each of the applications.COMP-120CE False
CInspection, Assembly,Packaging (MED-102CE)OnlineDistanceYou will discuss the inspection, sorting, assembling, and packaging of medical devices. You will study the classifications of surgical instruments and their preparation for sterilization. You will discuss policies and procedures related to inspection, assembly and packaging.MED-102CE False
NIntegrating Social Media in Your Organization (CE_BD-1379)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceTake away a practical strategy and techniques for implementing social networks for your organization or business.  Learn how to create your own private social network using Ning, work socially using Google Docs and calendars, and move your web site to an interactive Web 2.0 site. Find out what you can be doing, what you should be doing, and take back a plan to integrate social networks into your communication and marketing. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-1379 True
CInteractive Authoring 1 (MULT-125CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to use the basic components of interactive authoring software. Using a timeline, drawing tools, animation and imported graphics, you will develop the skills and knowledge to create and present an interactive project. You will be able to produce projects that feature sound cues for interactivity and video with interactive user control.MULT-125CE False
CInteractive Authoring 2 (MULT-204CE)OnlineDistanceYou will create an interactive application using basic toolsets, custom media and scripting. The final project will be an interactive website, game, informational kiosk, or interactive educational learning module.MULT-204CE False
CInteractive Media Project (PROJ-202CE)OnlineDistanceYou will create a significant final project. The project should be a showcase piece that demonstrates a wide range of your strongest skills. You will develop your project topic in consultation with, and with the approval of, your instructor.PROJ-202CE False
CIntermediate Accounting 1 (ACCT-220CE)Moose Jaw, ReginaYou will complete an in-depth study of generally accepted accounting principles as applied to accounting for current assets, capital assets, temporary and long-term investments, leases, accounting changes, and correction of errors. Both International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) are considered as accounting standards.ACCT-220CE False
CIntermediate Accounting 2 (ACCT-221CE)OnlineDistanceYou will continue your studies of financial accounting begun in ACCT 220. Your studies will include current and long-term liabilities, shareholders equity, dilutive securities and earnings per share, revenue recognition, pensions, statement of cash flows, incomplete records and accounting for corporate income taxes. Both International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE) are considered as accounting standards.ACCT-221CE False
CInterpersonal Communications (COMM-291CE)Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince AlbertYou will develop employability skills through the study of interpersonal communications theory and applications in the workplace. Learning outcomes include the importance of self-awareness and self-esteem, perception problems, verbal and nonverbal messages, and listening skills, creating positive communication climates and resolving interpersonal conflict.COMM-291CE False
CInterpersonal Communications (BCOM-103CE)OnlineDistanceThe course will provide opportunities for you to develop important skills used to facilitate effective interpersonal communication in the workplace. Your studies will focus on the development of active listening skills, conflict resolution strategies, verbal skills, and problem-solving strategies.BCOM-103CE False
CInterpersonal Skills (HUMR-186CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the importance of interpersonal skills in the human services professions. You will develop effective listening and speaking behaviors that facilitate client interactions.HUMR-186CE False
CInterviewing (COMM-227CE)PrintDistanceYou will review and apply the skills necessary to conduct effective interviews in law enforcement settings.COMM-227CE False
CIntro Disability Support Serv (SPSY-185CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the philosophy, perceptions, values and political forces that have shaped services for people with disabilities. You will examine the services available for persons with disabilities. You will study the evolution and outcomes of person-centred approaches.SPSY-185CE False
CIntro Early ChildhoodEducation (ECE-100CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the values, roots and the practice of early childhood education from an historical and global perspective. A holistic view of the child (including emotional, social, cognitive, creative, spiritual and physical development) will be emphasized. The course provides an introduction to a variety of early childhood education models that are seen in Canada and in Saskatchewan. Building on this foundation, you will be introduced to the Project Approach and Emergent/Negotiated Curriculum as a basis of planning curriculum and the various ways they are implemented.ECE-100CE False
CIntro Financial Accounting 1 (ACCT-122CE)Moose Jaw, Regina, SaskatoonYour studies will focus on an introduction to financial accounting designed to provide you with accounting skills to handle business transactions. The course will include bookkeeping techniques, accounting for a merchandising concern and control over cash and receivables. Accounting for payroll is also introduced in this course. ACCT 122 is a companion to ACCT 125 (Introductory Financial Accounting 2) which continues the study of basic financial accounting.ACCT-122CE False
CIntro Financial Accounting 2 (ACCT-125CE)Moose Jaw, Regina, SaskatoonYour studies will focus on an introduction to financial accounting building on the skills you learned in ACCT 122 (Introductory Financial Accounting I). Your studies include these topics: accounting for property, plant and equipment assets, current and long-term liabilities, partnerships, and corporations. In addition, you will learn to prepare a cash flow statement and perform ratio analysis.ACCT-125CE False
CIntro to Colour Management (GRPH-203CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study colour management processes that produce consistent and accurate output. You will learn how to manage colour on a computer system.GRPH-203CE False
CIntro to Database Design (COMP-201CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop an appreciation for good database design. You will learn the theory required to design a database, which include the types of data, relationships within the data, table structures and the creation of business rules.COMP-201CE False
CIntro to Human Resource Mgt (HR-120CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYour studies will focus on an overview of human resource management and practices. You will learn the impact of job analysis; planning, recruiting, and selection processes; training, developing and compensation considerations, and management performance and labour relations. You will discuss employee and organizational ethics throughout the course, and your studies will emphasize the use of human resource management to achieve high organizational performance.HR-120CE False
CIntro to Learning Mgt Systems (MULT-209CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the learning management systems used to manage the delivery of Web-based training material. You will become familiar with the various modules and learn how to prepare, upload and manage the content.MULT-209CE False
CIntro to Microsoft Access 1 (COMP-176CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the basic features of Microsoft Access. You will create simple tables, queries, forms and reports. You will also modify database elements such as fields and records.COMP-176CE False
CIntro to Microsoft Excel 2 (COMP-175CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the intermediate features of Excel. Using the skills and knowledge you acquired in COMP 174 (Introduction to Excel 1), you will learn to use more advanced spreadsheet functions, create and modify several chart types, and perform data manipulation.COMP-175CE False
NIntro to Surgical Environment (NURS-1695)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the surgical environment including what to expect when you walk through the doors, who you will be working with, and the roles of each team member. You will learn the various roles of a perioperative nurse within the operating room and your responsibilities related asepsis, sterilization, disinfection and infection prevention through the implementation of perioperative nursing care standards. You will learn basic technical skills necessary to prepare yourself and the patient for a surgical procedure. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)NURS-1695 False
CIntro to T.R. Profession (THRC-187CE)PrintDistanceYou will develop an understanding of the diversity of the field of therapeutic recreation. You will focus on understanding the agency, the needs of the client population and the role of therapeutic recreation in supporting individuals with disability, illness, and/or chronic illness. You will learn the specific skills needed to work in this field.THRC-187CE False
CIntroduction to Compositing (MULT-202CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn to use motion graphics software. You will create various compositions for use in digital signage. You will use compositing effects to enhance the visual impact of video projects.MULT-202CE False
CIntroduction to DVD Authoring (MULT-203CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basics of preparing a DVD. You will study the DVD format and the processes involved in creating a completed DVD from encoding the source material through to burning the final disc.MULT-203CE False
CIntroduction to PowerPoint (COMP-179CE)OnlineDistanceYou will receive instruction and practice in creating, modifying and delivering a presentation using Microsoft PowerPoint. You will enhance the presentation by adding charts, tables, visual elements, multimedia, transition effects and animations. You will study how to present, distribute and customize presentations.COMP-179CE False
NIntroduction to the Surgical Environment (CE-4033)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the surgical environment including what to expect when you walk through the doors, who you will be working with, and the roles of each team member. You will learn the various roles of a perioperative nurse within the operating room and your responsibilities related asepsis, sterilization, disinfection and infection prevention through the implementation of perioperative nursing care standards. You will learn basic technical skills necessary to prepare yourself and the patient for a surgical procedure. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4033 True
CIntroductory Psychology (PSYC-184CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be provided with an introduction to the field of psychology. The course is structured to provide you with an increased awareness of human behavior. Included in the course is a general introduction to psychology including theories of learning, cognition, and motivation.PSYC-184CE False
CIssues and Trends in Nursing 2 (NRSG-203CE)OnlineDistanceYou will examine how nursing has changed since you last worked as a nurse. You will learn about new roles nurses have acquired, the role nurses play in the research process, the use of research in clinical decision making, and the importance of continuing professional development in nursing. You will increase your knowledge of legal and ethical issues facing nurses today. You will review communications techniques and learn about conflict management and resolution. You will also increase your knowledge of leadership and inter-professional practice and the systems approach to patient safety.NRSG-203CE False
CIssues and Trends in T.R. (THRC-290CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the trends and issues that influence the provision of therapeutic recreation services. You will study cultural competence and be introduced to Aboriginal culture in therapeutic recreation. You will examine the role of spirituality within therapeutic recreation.THRC-290CE False
CIV Therapy/Blood&Prod Comp LPN (NRSG-254CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop knowledge and skill related to intravenous therapy, the initiation of intravenous lines, intravenous medications, the use of intermittent access devices, blood and blood products, and blood administration. Your studies will include self-study theory, review exercises, simulation practice labs, performance testing, and a written exam.NRSG-254CE False
CJurisprudence and Ethics (ETHC-184CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will gain an understanding of the acts, bylaws and regulations that govern funerals. The course will also include information about the professional and ethical practices that are important in this profession.ETHC-184CE False
CKeyboarding 1 (CKEY-101CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop ergonomic and keyboarding techniques to attain accuracy and a speed of 30 words per minute on two different three-minute timed writings with a maximum of three errors.CKEY-101CE False
CKeyboarding 2 (CKEY-102CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop ergonomic and keyboarding techniques to attain a speed of 45 words per minute with 98% accuracy on two separate five-minute timed writings.CKEY-102CE False
NKids Cooking Camp (Advanced) (CE_BD-2006)Lecture/LabSaskatoonYouth between the ages of 11 – 14 will have an opportunity to take the next steps to becoming a chef. This week-long camp will include lessons in receipt development, layering of flavours, soups, sauces, braising, ethnic dishes, decorating and presentation. They will take their new skills, recipes and a hat and apron home too. Cooking classes will happen in the morning and the afternoon will be filled with outdoor activities, field trips and crafts. CE_BD-2006 True
NKids Cooking Camp (Beginner) (CE_BD-2005)Lecture/LabSaskatoonChildren 9 – 13 years will learn from our expert instructors lessons in food preparation, kitchen safety and cooking techniques to create delicious treats and meals. They will take their new skills, recipes and a hat and apron home, too. In this week-long camp, participants will learn to cook in the morning and participate in recreational activities in the afternoon. Afternoon activities will include spending time making crafts and outdoor activities.CE_BD-2005 True
CLabour Relations (HR-233CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on labour relations, including union certification procedures, union structure, managing in unionized environments, applicable legislation affecting labour relations, collective bargaining, dispute resolution methods, and recent developments in the labour relations field. You will be encouraged to discuss and debate labour relations issues, to critically evaluate case studies and to monitor and report on current labour relations events. Through intensive simulations and experiential exercises, you will develop practical skills and abilities to reach a collective bargaining agreement.HR-233CE False
CLandscape Applicator (PEST-172CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to use herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and vertebrate control products to maintain ornamental plants and turf on outdoor residential, commercial and public lands. You will also study pesticide use in nurseries for the propagation of landscape and garden plants, and fungicide injection for control of Dutch elm disease.PEST-172CE True
CLandscape Re-certification (PEST-272CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-272CE True
CLaw and Ethics (LAW-100CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on an overview of occupational health and safety systems. You will examine societal and organizational aspects, core principles, essential elements, and a variety of legislation.LAW-100CE False
CLaw Enforcement/Proced (LAW-163CE)PrintDistanceYou will develop observational skills to collect information to write a variety of law enforcement reports. Based on these acquired skills, you will use a notebook to record detailed information which will then be utilized to write police reports. You will also link information in these reports to the delivery of testimony in court.LAW-163CE False
CLeadership and Group Dynamics (LEAD-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the concepts of leadership and group dynamics. You will be introduced to the theory of leadership, ethics and professionalism. The course will focus on group processes and their practical application including the collaborative process, conducting meetings, and leading discussion groups and decision making.LEAD-180CE False
CLeadership Development (ADMN-206CE)OnlineDistanceThrough obtaining an understanding of organizational and personal leadership principles and practices, you will develop your own philosophies about leading and following in the workplace. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to pursue your own leadership development through self-reflection and the development of a leadership development action plan. Key topics include: strengths-based leadership, leadership ethics, embracing diversity and inclusion, developing core leadership skills, developing others, and empowering followers.ADMN-206CE False
CLeadership in Nursing (LEAD-201CE)OnlineDistanceYou will enhance your leadership skills. You will study the changing roles in nursing, the professional concepts of leadership and management, and the significance of communication and conflict resolution to leadership and management. You will study how ethical and legal issues influence nursing; and how power and motivation relate to leadership and management. You will be able to demonstrate the basic skills necessary to be an effective team manager.LEAD-201CE False
CLeadership/Coach Development (LEAD-010CE)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceYou will learn leadership and coaching competencies required by today’s managers and supervisors. You will discover your leadership strengths and practice effective coaching techniques, communication, decision-making, and conflict resolution strategies. You will develop your Leadership Action Plan.LEAD-010CE False
NLeading Organizational Change (LEAD-1605)Lecture/TheoryReginaAt the completion of this workshop, you will be equipped with skills and tools to navigate through organizational and personal change.   Learn Bridges, Kotter and  Kubler-Ross’s models for change,  change methodologies, and several tools which prepare you to lead and executive change for your organization or team.  Apply Myers Briggs Type Inventory results to learn more about your personal change style, and understand how you and others are affected by change.   Complete a personal change action plan using Kotter’s 8 step model.    For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. LEAD-1605 False
NLean Six Sigma (CE_BD-1393)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceIn today’s world, Lean is a part of the business environment. Lean Six Sigma attacks inefficiencies, non-value added wastes caused by defects, non value-added flow of information or materials, non-productive time, data storage, stacks of inventory, overproduction and extra processing. With Lean Six Sigma techniques you will have the skills to lead successfully in both service and manufacturing industries. No pre-requisites required! For further information contact 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1393 True
NLight Vehicle Inspection (CE_BD-4713)Lecture/LabSaskatoon, Moose JawCourse curriculum emphasized the structural integrity of a vehicle as well as steering and suspension. You should be a journeyman or have an equivalent level of knowledge and significant practical experience in wheel alignment and steering geometry in order to successfully complete this course. Theory and practical examinations are administered during the course. You must attend all three days of course instruction and successfully complete examinations developed to determine your level of understanding of each section. You must acquire a pass mark in each section and an overall mark of 75% to successfully complete the course.CE_BD-4713 True
CLocal Anesthesia (ANES-262CE)Lecture/LabThrough independent study, lectures, class discussions, practice predicament learning activities, and preclinical laboratories, you will learn strategies to manage client pain and discomfort, including the administration of intraoral local anesthesia.ANES-262CE False
NMach Shop CNC 3-Axis Milling (MACH-1805)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis course will provide hands-on experience in machine set-up and operation of the HAAS CNC vertical machining center. Basic to advanced concepts are presented. Practical experience will be derived from programming using industry standard programming code to do facing, profiling, drilling, countersinking, tapping, thread milling. You will also learn how to apply various canned cycles. 4th axis machining will be discussed and demonstrated.MACH-1805 False
NMach Shop: CNC 2 Axis Lathe (MACH-1803)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis course will provide hands-on experience in machine set-up and operation of the HAAS CNC lathe. Practical experience will be derived from programming using industry standard programming code and from creating the following work piece features: grooves, radii, straight threads, tapers and shouldered shafts. Internal lathe operations will be discussed and demonstrated. Basic to advanced concepts are taught.MACH-1803 False
NMachine Shop I: Lathe (MACH-1800)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonIn this class, students will learn to operate a manual lathe and will gain experience in selection of lathe tooling, precision measurement, machine maintenance, and shop safety. The project work will provide ample hands-on experience in standard metal lathe operations. Shop work will include several projects including one project to be hardened and tempered. This class is for hobbyists or entry level machinists.MACH-1800 False
NMachine Shop II: Milling (MACH-1812)Lecture/LabSaskatoonIn this class, students will learn to operate a manual milling machine with focus on the following areas: cutter selection, machine and work piece setup, and machine maintenance. The project work will provide ample hands-on experience in standard milling machine operations. Training will include the use of digital readout. This class is for hobbyists or entry level machinists.MACH-1812 False
NMaintenance & Safety (Water Treatment Series) 1.5 CEU (Home Study) (CE_BD-5024)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the water treatment plant operator’s responsibility for plant maintenance and personal safety.CE_BD-5024 False
CManagerial Accounting (ACCT-225CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of managerial accounting. You will examine cost concepts, pricing strategies, manufacturing accounting, cost allocation and budgeting processes, and you will be able to select appropriate managerial accounting techniques for decision making.ACCT-225CE False
NManaging Generations in the Workplace (CE_BD-1352)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceGet an understanding of managing workers in different generations in the workplace. Discover the motivations and work styles of Boomers, Gen Xers and Gen Yers and what messages they value. Identify practical, how-to tips and techniques for managing each group in the workplace.CE_BD-1352 True
NManaging Productivity (CE_BD-1369)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceWhether you are measuring and documenting your own productivity, or managing the productivity of others. acquire the four new management systems and procedures to maximize productivity in your work organization. Move your skill set from the last century’s system of managing time to this century’s managing of productivity. With a growing number of people in the workforce working remotely, only these four new management systems allow you to successfully both office or on-site workers and those working from a distance, including home. After completing this course, you will have a new set of management skills to manage both your own productivity and that of others in the new work environment of this century. For further information contact 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1369 True
CMarketing (MKTG-120CE)OnlineDistanceYou will discover the dynamic field of marketing. You will explore what marketing is, how it works, and the effect it can have on consumers and on society. At the end of the course, you should have a strong sense of how to market ideas, skills, as well as products and services. Marketing concepts you will learn include: the strategic marketing planning process, market research, segmentation, positioning, consumer behaviour, and the marketing mix.MKTG-120CE False
CMarketing Research (MKTG-223CE)OnlineDistanceYou will prepare a basic marketing research report using an applied approach, and you will have the opportunity to participate in projects and simulations that have practical application to a career in marketing. You will design different research instruments and compile a research report.MKTG-223CE False
NMastering Computer Skills in the Workplace (CE_BD-1413)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceMicrosoft Office is the most used software tool in today's businesses. Learn how to create documents in MS Word; spreadsheets in MS Excel; presentations in MS PowerPoint and email in Outlook. For further information contact 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1413 True
CMath: Workplace and Appren 30 (MATH-32CE)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonMATH-32CE False
CMedia Codecs and Formats (DGTL-201CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the skills needed to produce quality compressed audio and video files. You will study compression fundamentals, the factors affecting compression and appropriate compression format selection. You will demonstrate your skills through practical projects.DGTL-201CE False
CMedical Terminology (MED-161CE)ReginaYour studies will focus on medical language and its use in practical situations. You will be introduced to the structure and function of medical language and the medical terms relating to body systems.MED-161CE False
CMedical Terminology (MTER-180CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn to use the prefixes, suffixes and combining forms from which medical terms are derived. You will also learn to use medical abbreviations.MTER-180CE True
NMeetings that Work (FATR-1606)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn how to plan, design and facilitate effective meetings and agendas using a participatory environment and teamwork. Discover the tools that ensure group decision-making is effective and positive. Manage difficult situations and develop a sense of teamwork among members. Use ICA’s template and techniques to increase participation and group productivity in all types of meetings. For further information call 306-775-7481. FATR-1606 False
CMental Health and Addictions (MHA-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study mental health disorders, chemical dependency and how the effects of stigma can impact a patient. You will examine detoxification management and practice motivational interviewing. You will participate in labs and online discussions to help you develop the skills required to provide care to mental health or chemically dependent patients.MHA-100CE False
CMental Health Nursing (NRSG-205CE)ReginaYou will apply the nursing process to the care of clients and their families who are experiencing a variety of mental health alterations in acute and community care. You will apply ethical and legal concepts in mapping safe and effective mental health nursing care.NRSG-205CE False
CMental Health, Addictions/T.R. (THRC-283CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to current practices of therapeutic recreation when working with individuals with mental illness, addiction and social deviancy. You will study the etiology, symptoms and impact considerations of these populations.THRC-283CE False
CMicrobiology for Funeral Serv (MICR-185CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the concepts of microbiology in relation to health and the process of disease in humans. You will explore the fundamentals of microorganisms in relation to the interaction with host, impact on environment, human disease and funeral service practice.MICR-185CE False
NMicrobiology Refresher (CE-3710)OnlineDistanceThis course will provide the information for the isolation, identification and antimicrobial susceptibility techniques for clinically significant microorganisms from the following body sites: urinary tract, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, ear-eye, genital tract, cardiovascular and central nervous systems, skin/wound/soft tissue and deep wounds. (Formerly MICR 1800) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca for approval to register.CE-3710 False
NMicrosoft Bootcamp (COAP-1960)Lab/PracticalReginaThis 5 day comprehensive course is intended for participants who would like to jump-start their Microsoft Office productivity skills. You will be introduced to the fundamentals, and obtain hands-on skills with, Microsoft Office Programs: Word, Excel, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint. Upon completion you will be able to immediately apply your new knowledge in your career environment. Course is not recommended for the novice computer user. We suggest you have basic computer experience.COAP-1960 False
NMind Over Metal (MOM) Welding Camp (CE_BD-2009)Lecture/LabRegina, Prince AlbertThe Mind over Metal Camps were developed to expose girls to the exciting career opportunities available in welding. The camps provide a safe learning environment to try welding; something they may never have thought of. Camps provide direction to girls to encourage them to stay in school, make good decisions and explore new things. Participants learn that welding careers are vast and can take you virtually anywhere in the world. This camp is free of charge and generously funded by the CWA Foundation.CE_BD-2009 True
NMind Over Metal Camp (CEXP-1404)Lecture/LabRegina, Prince Albert, Moose Jaw

The Mind over Metal Camps, for young women going into grades 9-12, were developed to expose youth to the exciting career opportunities available in welding. The camps provide a safe learning environment to try welding; something they may never have thought of. Participants learn that welding careers are vast and can take you virtually anywhere in the world. Participants receive nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and snacks daily during the camp. For more information, please contact Prince Albert Coordinator, Tammie Pawlust at 306-765-1916 or tammie.pawlust@saskpolytech.ca, or Regina/Moose Jaw Coordinator, Michelle Lanoie at 306-775-7427 or michelle.lanoie@saskpolytech.ca.

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NMinute Taking (CE_BD-1316)Lecture/TheoryReginaExamine the responsibilities of the minute-take – before, during and after a meeting. Learn how to prepare an agenda and practice recording minutes for both formal and informal meetings. Receive tips and techniques to help you to focus on listening and how to summarize and paraphrase what is being said. Learn how to record motions correctly and how to proofread and correct common punctuation errors. Receive a copy of Roberts Rules of Order in Brief. For further information call 306-775-7481. CE_BD-1316 False
NMinute Taking (OPRO-1601)Lecture/TheoryReginaExamine the responsibilities of the minute-take – before, during and after a meeting. Learn how to prepare an agenda and practice recording minutes for both formal and informal meetings. Receive tips and techniques to help you to focus on listening and how to summarize and paraphrase what is being said. Learn how to record motions correctly and how to proofread and correct common punctuation errors. Receive a copy of Roberts Rules of Order in Brief. For further information call 306-775-7481. OPRO-1601 False
CMobile Application Programming (COSC-195CE)Lecture/LabSaskatoonYou will develop mobile application programs. Your studies will focus on the Android mobile environment and include an understanding of the mobile application development environment. You will develop simple and advanced mobile applications as well as understand mobile environment limitations and security issues with mobile applications. You will have an opportunity to publish mobile applications.COSC-195CE False
NMood Disorders (CE-4013)OnlineDistanceMood disorders may present at any time during client care or the nursing health assessment process. Nurses must be equipped with the knowledge required to recognize the different types of mood disorders in order to assist in providing timely and relevant care. In this course you will begin by describing the classifications used to define mental health illnesses. You will explore depressive and bipolar disorders including symptomology, appropriate nursing interventions, and common treatments used for each category. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) CE-4013 False
CMosquito & Biting Fly Appl (PEST-173CE)PrintDistanceYou will study insecticide use for controlling mosquito and biting fly larvae and adults.PEST-173CE True
CMosquito & Biting Fly Re-cert (PEST-273CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-273CE True
CNasogastric Tube Insert ComLPN (NRSG-255CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop knowledge and skill in assessing a client with a nasogastric tube. You will learn the skill of insertion, maintenance and removal of a nasogastric tube. Your studies will include self-study theory, review exercises, simulation practice lab and a written exam.NRSG-255CE False
NNew Employee Orientation (CE-5607)OnlineDistanceEmployee orientation course for employees new to Saskatchewan Polytechnic.CE-5607 False
CNursing Childbearing Family (NRSG-207CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the various aspects of pregnancy and the newborn. You will examine the concept of family and review reproductive life planning.NRSG-207CE False
CNursing Re-entry Lab 1 (NRSG-206CE)Lab/PracticalReginaYou will review and practice basic nursing skills (including body mechanics, ambulation, transfers and lifts). You will also review and practice skills related to medical asepsis (including hand washing and isolation techniques). You will also have an opportunity to apply the theory you learned in NRSG 200 (Health Assessment 1) and NRSG 201 (Health Assessment 2) related to general physical assessment techniques and the physical assessment for designated body systems.NRSG-206CE False
CNursing Re-entry Lab 2 (NRSG-212CE)Lab/PracticalReginaYou will review and practice nursing skills related to surgical asepsis, oxygenation, digestion and elimination, and medication administration.NRSG-212CE False
CNutrition (NUTR-198CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will learn normal nutritional requirements based on Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide. The course content also includes exploring how to maintain optimal nutritional balance for your clients.NUTR-198CE False
CObservation and Assessment (ECE-221CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn advanced observation techniques and be introduced to common assessment tools. Using information from observation and assessment tools, you will develop individualized programs for children.ECE-221CE False
CObservation of Children (ECE-181CE)PrintDistanceThe course combines theory and practical application to assist you in developing skills in observing and recording the behaviour of children. You will learn how to organize observations and document children’s interests, learning and development.ECE-181CE False
CObserving Reporting/Recording (SPCR-101CE)Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ReginaYou will learn written and oral communication skills required in the work place. The course content includes basic concepts of simple arithmetic, basic medical terminology, concept mapping, observing and reporting on client’s status, client and personal work plans.SPCR-101CE False
NOccupational Health Nursing (OHN)OnlineDistanceStudents interested in taking courses in the Occupational Health Nursing program must request permission by applying through this link. Once accepted, they will be able to register in courses.OHN True
COffice Procedures (OPRO-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn time management, customer service and reception skills. You will also learn how to effectively perform office procedures skills related to telephones, incoming and outgoing mail, and business meetings. As well, you will learn internet applications, e-mail, electronic calendaring and scheduling and how to manage office supplies and business forms.OPRO-100CE False
COn-Farm Fumigation (PEST-176CE)PrintDistanceThe course focuses on the use of fumigants by farmers and elevator employees. Farmers will learn how to use fumigants to control insects in grain stored on their farms and to control ground squirrels on their farms. Elevator employees will learn how to use fumigants to control insects in grain stored in the elevator where they work.PEST-176CE True
COn-Farm Fumigation Re-cert (PEST-276CE)PrintDistanceThe course focuses on the use of fumigants by farmers and elevator employees. Farmers will learn how to use fumigants to control insects in grain stored on their farms and to control ground squirrels on their farms. Elevator employees will learn how to use fumigants to control insects in grain stored in the elevator where they work.PEST-276CE True
NOnline Advertising (CE_BD-1339)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceMake online advertising work for you and your organization.  See how pay-per-click advertising with Google AdWords works.  Find out how to test low budget Adword campaigns. Learn how you can target local audiences.  Then discover Facebook advertising and how you can determine the demographics and even numbers of people you want to reach. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-1339 True
COperating Systems (COMP-200CE)OnlineDistanceThe course content will provide you with the skills needed to understand and perform basic administrative and configuration tasks on common operating systems. You will develop skills regarding file systems, user and group rights, file system permission and common maintenance tasks. Your studies will include Linux.COMP-200CE False
COrganizational Behaviour (MGMT-191CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on how to best assist employers and their workers through changes and challenges in the realm of occupational health and safety. You will also focus on improving your personal leadership qualities to assist you in recognizing how principles of organizational behavior and leadership style can be used to capitalize on the strengths and weaknesses in any occupational health and safety management system.MGMT-191CE False
COrganizational Behaviour (ADMN-220CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will study human behaviour in organizations and develop the skills needed to deal with people at work. Your studies include content on individual behaviour, values, interpersonal relationships and communications, groups and team dynamics, organizational culture, leadership, and change. You will study these aspects of human behavior within the context of diverse formal organizations.ADMN-220CE False
COrganizational Change (HR-236CE)Regina, Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will develop strategies and processes related to creating and fostering an evolving workplace culture that supports innovation, change, quality and learning and results in harmony between the organization’s needs and employee’s expectations while remaining consistent with the organization’s business plan in a competitive and changing environment. The course content emphasizes the importance of implementing change in the proper sequence of events and interactions.HR-236CE False
COrientation (ORTN-385CE)PrintDistanceYou will visit human service agencies and you will meet the workers from a range of programs and agencies for youth, adults, and families at risk. You will prepare for advanced coursework and confirm your career choice.ORTN-385CE False
COrientation to Funeral Service (ORTN-199CE)PrintDistanceYou will receive an orientation to the funeral services profession. Topics will include the history, varying traditions and religious practices that influence arrangements. You will also gain an understanding of the nature of employment within the funeral services profession.ORTN-199CE False
NOrthodontics/Allied Oral Hlth (DENT-1610)PrintDistanceThis course is designed to provide allied oral health personnel with the knowledge and clinical skills required to function successfully as an orthodontic assistant within the practice of orthodontics.DENT-1610 False
NPain Management (NURS-1693)OnlineDistanceNursing care of clients often involves managing pain alongside other health considerations, This course begins with an overview of concepts related to pain including common misconceptions, epidemiology, and basic neurophysiology of pain. You will learn how to work collaboratively to accurately assess pain in your patients as well as differentiate acute and chronic pain management techniques. Non-pharmacological pain management strategies are also discussed. Pain management in pediatrics, older adults, and Indigenous populations is examined. Opioid safety, the use of cannabis, and end of life pain management are some of the topics discussed in this course. You will complete this course armed with knowledge of effective evidence based strategies for managing pain. Prerequisite: LPN/RN You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.NURS-1693 False
NPain Management (CE-4031)OnlineDistanceNursing care of clients often involves managing pain alongside other health considerations, This course begins with an overview of concepts related to pain including common misconceptions, epidemiology, and basic neurophysiology of pain. You will learn how to work collaboratively to accurately assess pain in your patients as well as differentiate acute and chronic pain management techniques. Non-pharmacological pain management strategies are also discussed. Pain management in pediatrics, older adults, and Indigenous populations is examined. Opioid safety, the use of cannabis, and end of life pain management are some of the topics discussed in this course. You will complete this course armed with knowledge of effective evidence based strategies for managing pain. Prerequisite: LPN/RN You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.CE-4031 False
CPalliative Care (PALL-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on the process of dying and the impact it has on a palliative patient's family. You will study palliative patient care and the strategies used to assist health care workers when providing care to a palliative patient. You will participate in labs and online discussions to help you develop the skills required to provide care to a palliative patient.PALL-100CE True
CPathophysiology (PATH-186CE)PrintDistanceThe course content provides you with an introduction to the study of various disease processes that can affect body structure and function. You will also examine disease processes as they affect specific body systems.PATH-186CE False
CPathophysiology 1 (PATH-161CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to various concepts and disease processes that can affect normal body structure and function. You will study the common diagnostic investigations and treatments associated with each disease process. You will also study the effects of drugs on the human body.PATH-161CE False
CPathophysiology 2 (PATH-272CE)PrintDistanceBuilding on the skills you developed in Pathophysiology 1 (PATH 161), you will study disease processes and the effects they have on the skin, breast, musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, blood, lymphatic and respiratory body systemsPATH-272CE False
CPathophysiology 3 (PATH-273CE)PrintDistanceBuilding on the skills you developed in Pathophysiology 1 (PATH 161) and Pathophysiology 2 (PATH 272), you will continue to learn disease processes and the effects they have on the digestive, urinary, reproductive and endocrine body systems. You will also examine disorders of the eye and ear, neurological and psychiatric disorders.PATH-273CE False
CPatient Safety (NRSG-252CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the systems approach to patient safety related to medication safety, interdisciplinary team relationships and best nursing practices. You will study national and provincial organizations designed to facilitate the Canadian patient safety agenda. You will examine a regional risk management or quality improvement project focused on advancing patient safety.NRSG-252CE False
NPCP Blood Products Module (CE-3728)OnlineDistanceThe purpose of the Blood Products Module is to provide a standardized upgrade to continuing medical education for EMS practitioners that will enable Saskatchewan College of Paramedics applicants or members to meet the scope of practice requirements for their level which may qualify them for Saskatchewan College of Paramedics licensure. This course has continuous intake. Students have 4 weeks to complete from date of registration.CE-3728 True
NPCP Blood Products Module (EMER-1639)OnlineDistanceThe purpose of the Blood Products Module is to provide a standardized upgrade to continuing medical education for EMS practitioners that will enable Saskatchewan College of Paramedics applicants or members to meet the scope of practice requirements for their level which may qualify them for Saskatchewan College of Paramedics licensure. This course has continuous intake. Students have 4 weeks to complete from date of registration.EMER-1639 False
NPCP Urinary Catheterization (EMER-1640)Lecture/LabReginaThe purpose of the Urinary Catheterization Module is to provide a standardized upgrade to Continuing Medical education for EMS practitioners that will enable SCoP applicants or members to meet the scope of practice requirements for their practitioner level which may qualify them for Saskatchewan College of Paramedics licensure.EMER-1640 False
NPCP Urinary Catheterization Module (CE_BD-3729)Lecture/LabReginaThe purpose of the Urinary Catheterization Module is to provide a standardized upgrade to Continuing Medical education for EMS practitioners that will enable SCoP applicants or members to meet the scope of practice requirements for their practitioner level which may qualify them for Saskatchewan College of Paramedics licensure.CE_BD-3729 True
NPE 2nd Class/Part A Paper 1 (ENGP-1808)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonENGP-1808 False
NPE 2nd Class/Part A Paper 2 (ENGP-1809)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 2nd Class Part A Paper 2 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Thermodynamics - Gas Laws, Thermal expansion of solids, liquids and gases, Entropy, Practical cycles and Energy flow calculations. Metallurgy - material properties, composition, treatments and uses and corrosion principles and control methods. Testing of Materials - destructive and NDE methods. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (60 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1809 False
NPE 2nd Class/Part A Paper 3 (ENGP-1810)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 2nd Class Part A Paper 3 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Boiler design, operation, maintenance and inspection, Pumps and Water Treatment - Internal, External, Cooling water and Wastewater. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (60 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1810 False
NPE 2nd Class/Part B Paper 1 (ENGP-1811)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 2nd Class Part B Paper 1 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Prime Movers - Steam and Gas Turbines, Internal Combustion Engines, Lubrication, Piping and Mechanical Drawing. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (60 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Drawing activities to build skills needed for the mandatory drawing question requires each student to have a drafting kit available. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1811 False
NPE 2nd Class/Part B Paper 2 (ENGP-1812)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 2nd Class Part B Paper 2 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Plant Systems, Instrumentation, Fuels and Combustion and Environmental Protection. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (60 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1812 False
NPE 2nd Class/Part B Paper 3 (ENGP-1813)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 2nd Class Part B Paper 3 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Electrotechnology - AC Theory, AC and DC Machines, Air and Gas Compression and Refrigeration - systems, plants, equipment, operation, safety and computations. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (90 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day.ENGP-1813 False
NPE 3rd Class/Part A Paper 1 (ENGP-1814)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 3rd Class Part A Paper 1 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Math, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Chemistry, Metallurgy and Industrial Drawings. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (90 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1814 False
NPE 3rd Class/Part A Paper 2 (ENGP-1815)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 3rd Class Part A Paper 2 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Prime Movers - Steam and Gas Turbines, Internal Combustion Engines, Cogeneration, Compressors, Refrigeration, Wastewater Treatment, Plant Maintenance and Administration. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (90 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day. ENGP-1815 False
NPE 3rd Class/Part B Paper 2 (ENGP-1817)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course covers 3rd Class Part B Paper 2 SOPEEC syllabus topics including Prime Movers - Steam and Gas Turbines, Internal Combustion Engines, Cogeneration, Compressors, Refrigeration, Wastewater Treatment, Plant Maintenance and Administration. Students will be prepared to challenge the SOPEEC certification exam in their jurisdiction. The short time allotment (90 hours) requires students to be familiar with all topic areas prior to the course start date. Emphasis will be placed on typical exam question answering techniques. Students should expect 2 hours of after class work each day.ENGP-1817 False
CPersonal Care 1 (SPCR-104CE)Lecture/LabSaskatoon, Regina, Prince AlbertYou will have the opportunity to become skilled at assisting clients in meeting personal care needs. You will study infection control, body mechanics, bed making, positioning clients, range of motion, oral care, and assisting to feed clients.SPCR-104CE False
CPersonal Care 2 (SPCR-105CE)Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ReginaBuilding on the skills you learned in Personal Care 1, you will become skilled at assisting clients in meeting personal care needs. You will study grooming and dressing, foot and nail care, and elimination care.SPCR-105CE False
CPersonal Competence (SPCR-192CE)Saskatoon, Regina, Prince AlbertYour studies will focus on the goals and philosophy of Health Care Services in Saskatchewan. You will learn how these goals are reflected in the activities of the agency and on your role as a caregiver. You will learn about your role in providing care services within a multicultural dynamic setting. The course content also includes interprofessional work environments, personal health, employability skills, and types of abuse (for example: caregiver, neglect and abandonment, sexual and financial).SPCR-192CE False
CPersonal Finance (FIN-100CE)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonYou will explore many concepts related to planning and managing personal finances. You will develop the knowledge and decision-making tools to help you make sound financial decisions and/or provide advice to others. Your studies will introduce concepts in banking, deposit accounts, investing, tax and retirement planning. You will explore the uses and misuses of personal credit and review the importance of insurance and estate planning. You will be able to apply the skills and knowledge that you develop in a wide variety of real world situations.FIN-100CE False
CPersonal Management (EMPS-105CE)OnlineDistanceYou will focus on your role in the office including professionalism, your rights and responsibilities, customer relations and time management. You will also prepare for the job search process.EMPS-105CE False
CPerson-centred Planning (PLAN-182CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to person-centred planning in the context of program planning and implementation. You will study and practice the skills needed for accurate report writing and documentation.PLAN-182CE False
CPesticide Dispenser (PEST-162CE)PrintDistanceThe course focuses on the responsibilities and duties of individuals who handle and sell restricted and commercial pesticides at the retail level. You will study information on pesticides and their uses, pest control, safe handling and the use of pesticides.PEST-162CE True
CPesticide Dispenser Re-cert (PEST-262CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-262CE True
CPharmacology in Nursing (PHAR-200CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the basic principles of pharmacology and common medication classifications. You will explore general nursing roles and responsibilities related to drug administration. You will identify cultural factors influencing drug therapy. You will learn about adapting drug therapy for children and older adults. You will also learn about and perform correct drug dosage and I.V. rate calculations. You will explore the phenomenon of pain and the implications for nursing care in partnership with clients experiencing pain.PHAR-200CE False
CPharmacology Review (PHAR-202CE)Online - IndividualReginaYour studies will focus on a review of the basic principles of pharmacology and common medication classifications. You will explore general nursing roles and responsibilities related to drug administration in Canada. You will identify cultural factors influencing drug therapy. You will review adapting drug therapy for children and older adults, correct drug dosages and IV rate calculations. You will explore the phenomenon of pain and the implications for nursing care for clients experiencing pain.PHAR-202CE False
CPhys/Cogn Disability/T.R. Prac (THRC-183CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the etiology, symptoms and characteristics of common physical and cognitive disabilities and their impact on individuals. You will be introduced to the current practices of therapeutic recreation when supporting individuals with physical and cognitive disorders.THRC-183CE False
NPlan Program Play (COMP-1245)Lecture/TheoryRegina, Moose JawCOMP-1245 True
CPlay Environments (ECE-200CE)PrintDistanceThe course is a continuation of Play in Early Childhood Education. You will use play theory to plan developmentally appropriate programs, plan indoor play environments, and to examine outdoor play environments.ECE-200CE False
CPortfolio Design &Presentation (EMPS-201CE)OnlineDistanceAn effective portfolio containing a comprehensive selection of your best work is essential. You will discuss the types of portfolios and learn what is necessary to include in a portfolio. You will be expected to produce a strong portfolio. You will have the opportunity to receive feedback on your work through peer and instructor critiques.EMPS-201CE False
CPost Acute Care (SPCR-184CE)Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ReginaYou will acquire the theory and develop the skills needed to help clients meet their needs in the post acute care phase. This may include post surgical clients or clients with recent acute medical conditions.SPCR-184CE False
NPower Eng/4 Class Power Lab 1 (ENGP-1802)Lecture/LabSaskatoonYou will learn the major components of a steam plant, participate in the start up of the equipment which is similar to that used in industry, learn about and practice the various types of maintenance required to keep plant equipment functioning in a safe workplace. You will also perform water testing and chemical treatment. You will be introduced to the operation of computer controlled systems used to operate plant equipment. The 4th Class Power Lab 1 is the first half of the required training for students who have completed an approved 4th Class Power Engineering Theory Course; but do not have qualifying work experience towards the 4th Class TSASK certificate. Students will need to complete Power Lab 2 (at the same location) to have the necessary experience to earn 6 month's qualifying time credit from TSASK. Space is limited.ENGP-1802 True
NPower Eng/4 Class Power Lab 2 (ENGP-1803)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThe 4th Class Power Lab 2 is the second half of the required training for students who have completed Power Lab 1. Power Labs 1 & 2 must be taken at the same location. You will manipulate steam production with the purpose of operating turbines, heat exchangers, pumps and auxiliary fuel systems in a functioning high pressure steam lab. You will receive hands-on training on plant maintenance tasks including the construction of piping systems and shaft alignment. You will have the opportunity to run a piping system using simulation. Completion of Power Labs 1 & 2 will provide the necessary experience to earn 6 month's qualifying time credit from TSASK. PRE-REQUISITE: Power Lab 1.ENGP-1803 True
NPower Eng/Limited Fireman (ENGP-1800)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis online course is intended to assist students to prepare to write the TSASK Ltd Power Engineering Fireman's Certificate exam. Topics include: Low pressure heat boilers fuel and firing equipment, automatic controls, pumps, piping fittings, valves, steam and hot water heating, ventilation, basic electricity, and the Boiler Pressure Vessel Act and Regulations. This is not a graded course, students receive confirmation of attendance. Provincial testing is not included-contact TSASK (tsask.ca) to book exam sitting. Approximately $60. You can register up to one month before course end date but you are required to complete by end date. you work through material on your own schedule and should be prepared to commit approximately 100 hours. Instructor is available by email or online discussion. Textbook required approx. $350. Contact bookstore 1-866-569-8398ENGP-1800 False
NPower Engineering, Fifth Class (ENGP-1801)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThe course focuses on persons working as building operators and persons interested in improving skills and knowledge of commercial and institutional facilities in which they are in charge of steam or hot water boilers, refrigeration equipment, pumps and heating systems. Water treatment and quality control in boilers and cooling systems is also covered. Several labs are conducted to reinforce classroom work. This course is intended to prepare students to write the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan(TSASK) Fifth Class exam, Successful course completion earns students 6 months qualifying time credit but an additional 6 months is required before TSASK certificate is awarded. Provincial testing is not included – contact the Technical Safety Authority of Saskatchewan (1-866-530-8599) to book the certification exam.ENGP-1801 False
NPower Engineering/Limited Fireman (CE-5710)OnlineDistanceThis online class course is intended to assist students to prepare to write the TSASK Ltd Power Engineering (Fireman’s Certificate) exam. Topics included: low pressure heat boilers, fuel and firing equipment, automatic controls, pumps, piping fittings, valves, steam and hot water heating, ventilation, basic electricity, and the Boiler Pressure Vessel Act and Regulations. This is not a graded course, students receive confirmation of attendance from Sask Poly Tech. Provincial testing is not included-contact T Provincial testing is not included – contact TSASK (tsask.ca) at 1-866-530-8599 to book an exam sitting (approx. $60 per sitting). You can register up to one month before course end date but must realize you are required to complete by end date. Instructor available through email or online discussions. Textbook is required PE LTD Fireman handbook.CE-5710 True
CPracticum (PRAC-189CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will preceptor with an occupational health and safety professional. This experience will allow you to apply the theory and skills you learned in previous courses in a work environment.PRAC-189CE False
CPracticum 1 (PRAC-398CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will acquire extended experience working with program service individuals and families at risk. You will apply the knowledge gained through coursework and build helping skills needed for employment in work settings. You will assist with the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of case plans. You will facilitate, evaluate and revise program plans for established agency programs. You will lead agency programs and group work.PRAC-398CE False
CPracticum 1 (PRAC-174CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will participate in a four-week practicum in a K – 6 or grade 7 -12 classroom setting. You will have the opportunity to apply theory to practice while supporting and assisting the classroom teacher. Under the supervision of the classroom teacher, you will work in basic subject areas with individuals or small groups.PRAC-174CE False
CPracticum 1 (PRAC-384CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will apply knowledge and skills learned in your coursework at a program or agency that provides youth and family services to persons at risk. Under the supervision of the agency, you will develop skills needed to work as a youth and family service worker in a social services, residential, educational, or community agency in Saskatchewan.PRAC-384CE False
CPracticum 2 (PRAC-175CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will participate in a four-week practicum in a K– 6 or grade 7 -12 classroom setting. You will have the opportunity to apply theory to practice while supporting and assisting the classroom teacher. Under the supervision of classroom teachers, you will work with students who have challenging needs.PRAC-175CE False
CPracticum 2 (PRAC-399CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will have a second opportunity to acquire extended experience working with human services programs for at risk persons and groups. You will focus on the administration functions that youth care professionals carry out in the workplace. You will learn to develop your leadership, documentation, reporting and project management skills.PRAC-399CE False
CPracticum 2 (PRAC-385CE)Clinical/PracticumRegina, SaskatoonBuilding on the experience you gained in Practicum 1, you will develop greater independence and expand the skill set needed to work as an employee in social services, residential, educational, or community agency that provides youth and family services in Saskatchewan.PRAC-385CE False
CPracticum 2 (PRAC-105CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonBuilding on the skills, knowledge and attitudes that you have developed through your courses, you will demonstrate your ability to interact positively with children and adults. You will use your observation skills to plan and prepare developmentally appropriate curriculum. You will implement the curriculum and guide children’s behavior effectively.PRAC-105CE False
CPracticum 3 (PRAC-244CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonThe course provides you with an opportunity to gain competence working with children, families and communities in early childhood education programs. Practicum options include: a practicum in an infant program, a practicum in a toddler program, a practicum working with children and supporting a child(ren) with diverse abilities, or a practicum working as a frontline educator. All practicums include reflective journaling and require students to use observation to plan curriculum focused on the needs and interests of children in a particular setting. Dependent on the practicum chosen, practicum experiences may include creating documentation panels, completing a PPP based on the Ministry of Education’s format, or using the Project Approach to plan a research topic with children.PRAC-244CE False
CPracticum 4 (PRAC-245CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonThe course provides you with an opportunity to gain competence working with children, families and communities in early childhood education programs. Practicum options include: a practicum in an infant program, a practicum in a toddler program, a practicum working with children and supporting a child(ren) with diverse abilities, or a practicum working as a frontline educator. All practicums include reflective journaling and require students to use observation to plan curriculum focused on the needs and interests of children in a particular setting. Dependent on the practicum chosen, practicum experiences may include creating documentation panels, completing a PPP based on the Ministry of Education’s format, or using the Project Approach to plan a research topic with children.PRAC-245CE False
NPresenting with Confidence (BCOM-1601)Lecture/TheoryReginaDiscover how to inject energy into your delivery and develop techniques that will enhance your presentation. Overcome speech anxiety, choose the best presentation format to use and discover the impact that your appearance and the use or misuse of gestures can have. Learn how to handle difficult questions and troubleshoot unexpected problems. Participants will present on a topic of their choice for peer and instructor feedback. For further information contact 306-775-7481. BCOM-1601 False
NPrimary Care Paramedic Upgrade (EMER-1638)Lecture/LabSaskatoon, ReginaThe Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Upgrader course will offer the CMA accredited, Saskatchewan Licensed paramedic the opportunity to upgrade their credentials to the 2011 National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP) for paramedics.EMER-1638 False
NPrimary Care Paramedic Upgrader (CE-3727)Lecture/LabReginaThe Primary Care Paramedic (PCP) Upgrader course will offer the CMA accredited, Saskatchewan Licensed paramedic the opportunity to upgrade their credentials to the 2011 National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP) for paramedics.CE-3727 False
NPrinciples and Practices of Foot Care for the LPN (CE-4025)OnlineDistanceFoot care is an integral component of safe, effective health care for all clients. This course will provide nurses with a strong foundation of knowledge related to the structure and function of the nail, foot and skin of the lower extremity. You will learn to identify common nail and skin pathologies and implement appropriate nursing interventions. You will review common instruments utilized in the care of the foot. You will complete a foot assessment and develop an individualized care plan during the lab and clinical work place experience. You will practice and hone nursing foot care skills and the proper use of foot care equipment. Prerequisite: LPN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration).CE-4025 False
NPrinciples of Nursing Practice for Outpatient Procedures (CE-4016)PrintDistanceYou will review principles of nursing practice as they apply to procedures performed in a variety of outpatient settings. You will study process, roles/responsibilities, legal/moral obligations and measures to ensure patient and staff safety. This course will provide an introduction to the principles of asepsis, sterilization, disinfection, and infection prevention in the outpatient setting. It will also provide information on identification, safe use and care of instruments, equipment and supplies for the performance of procedures. You will study pre and post procedure care including methods of anaesthesia, recovery from anaesthesia, discharge and follow up. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4016 False
NPrinciples/Prac/Foot Care/LPN (NURS-1656)OnlineDistanceFoot care is an integral component of safe, effective health care for all clients. This course will provide nurses with a strong foundation of knowledge related to the structure and function of the nail, foot and skin of the lower extremity. You will learn to identify common nail and skin pathologies and implement appropriate nursing interventions. You will review common instruments utilized in the care of the foot. You will complete a foot assessment and develop an individualized care plan during the lab and clinical work place experience. You will practice and hone nursing foot care skills and the proper use of foot care equipment. Prerequisite: LPN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration).NURS-1656 False
NPrivacy and Access (CE-5611)OnlineDistanceThis course will introduce students to the privacy and access to information requirements at Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Students will learn about the privacy legislation under which public institutions operate, reasons for why privacy and access matters are important, and several principles for how to build a culture of privacy awareness in the workplace.CE-5611 False
CPro Assault Respnse PART (c) (SFTY-194CE)Lecture/LabRegina, SaskatoonYou will participate in professional assault response training to provide you with defensive and preventive skills. Upon successfully completing the course, you will receive a Professional Assault Response Training (PART) © certificate from Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH).SFTY-194CE False
CProf Education & Career Plan (HUMR-102CE)OnlineDistanceYou will examine both written and verbal interpersonal communication skills and their application in the workplace. Utilizing the principles of adult learning you will focus on the characteristics of adult learners, cultural influences, generational differences and strategies to improve research and development of occupational health and safety concepts.HUMR-102CE False
NProf. Client Collaboration (FATR-1626)Lecture/TheoryReginaFacilitators must be able to lead longer term interventions for their clients such as consultations, planning, conferences and change initiatives. You will learn how to confidently assess, manage and facilitate these interventions by creating them collaboratively with a client team. In this course you will learn the practical approaches and skills to tackle the complex work from contracting to evaluation. For more information, please contact 306-775-7480.FATR-1626 False
CProfessional Practices 1 (ETHC-185CE)PrintDistanceYou will receive an introduction to health care and health care delivery systems. You will study the legal and ethical issues faced by health care professionals. You will discuss interpersonal and employability skills required in health care professions with an emphasis on teamwork, communication and stress management. You will learn methods to deal with grief and loss, in addition to skills and techniques for critical thinking and conflict management.ETHC-185CE False
CProfessional Role (SPSY-287CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the professional role and expectations of disability support workers. You will examine scope of practice, ethics, accountability, supported decision making, and teamwork in the occupational role. You will be introduced to legislation that governs employer/employee relationships. You will study cultural diversity and the importance of cultural sensitivity in the workplace.SPSY-287CE False
CProfessionalism (PD-143CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the importance of professionalism in the operation of a small business. You will explore the following topics: ethics, time and stress management, professional development, public image, and social responsibility.PD-143CE False
CProfessionalism in ECE (PD-240CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the role of the early childhood educator and professionalism as it relates to issues, advocacy, leadership, and professional development. The course provides an introduction to your role as an advocate in the field of early childhood education. The course content includes instruction and practice in identifying issues, advocating, seeking professional development, and preparing for a career as a professional in the early childhood field.PD-240CE False
CProgram for School Age Child (ECE-226CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the characteristics of school age children and the program activities that may be designed to accommodate them. You will also discuss the role of the caregiver and the child care issues distinctive to this age.ECE-226CE False
CProgram Planning (REHA-281CE)Saskatoon, ReginaBuilding on YCW 187, Youth Care Practices 1, you will apply the problem solving process to planning supportive interventions to client groups. You will examine needs assessment and decision making as applied to group services in youth and family services. You will develop program goals and objectives, identify learning activities, write activity plans, and develop program resources. You will develop a 15 hour program for at risk youth and you will create a program manual to support delivery of the program.REHA-281CE False
CProgram Planning for ECE (ECE-201CE)PrintDistanceThe course is a culmination of the diploma program. You will use information on developmentally appropriate practice, child development, and holistic planning to plan curriculum for young children. You will incorporate information on children with diverse needs, multi-age groups, and diverse cultures to plan both individual and group programs.ECE-201CE False
CProgram Social & Emotional Dev (ECE-105CE)PrintDistanceThe course will examine the development of social and emotional skills in early childhood. You will receive instruction and practice in planning curriculum to meet the social and emotional needs of children. You will explore how children respond to different social and emotional situations and the role of the early childhood educator in facilitating healthy social and emotional development.ECE-105CE False
CProgramming for Cognitive Dev (ECE-104CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the cognitive development of children and acquire skills in planning curriculum to meet the cognitive needs of children. Utilizing a holistic approach, you will be introduced to the cognitive processes of young children. You will plan curriculum that is developmentally appropriate and design effective learning environments. The curriculum strategies include creating invitations to learning, experiences with sensory materials such as sand, water and blocks and the incorporation of mathematical and scientific concepts into daily activities. Your studies will examine how programming for cognitive development is accommodated through the Project Approach.ECE-104CE False
CProgramming for Creative Arts (ECE-102CE)PrintDistanceThe course focuses on the expressive media of visual arts, music, and creative movement. You will examine the role of the creative arts in an early childhood education program. You will receive instruction and practice in the arts and in planning curriculum that is responsive to children’s interests in artistic expression. Your studies will examine how programming for creative arts is accommodated through the Project Approach.ECE-102CE False
CProgramming for Language Dev (ECE-103CE)Lecture/TheorySaskatoon, ReginaYou will examine the development of language and receive instruction and practice in planning curriculum to respond to the language needs of children. You will explore language play, language games, creative drama, poetry, story reading and storytelling. Your studies will help you recognize quality in children’s literature. You will examine the use of the Project Approach in facilitating language and literacy development.ECE-103CE False
CProgramming Infants & Toddlers (ECE-202CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the development of infants and toddlers in more specific detail. Using that information you will plan programs including activities and environments that will encourage the holistic development of infants and toddlers.ECE-202CE False
CProject Closing/Cont Improve (PROJ-114CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the knowledge and skills to close a project and you will learn strategies for continuous improvement. You will learn to administer project closing processes and transfer a completed project to operations. You will also learn to adapt a scalable project management model to apply improve project management practices across your organization.PROJ-114CE True
CProject Execution and Control (PROJ-112CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to direct and manage project execution. You will develop the knowledge and skills to track project resources and tasks, evaluate and report project performance, and determine how to recover project variances and control changes. You will learn to plan and control project quality and perform quality assurance. You will also learn how to manage procurement processes and contracts on projects.PROJ-112CE True
CProject Initiation/Charter Dev (PROJ-110CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the terminology, formal processes, and a systematic approach to project management. You will learn to analyze project stakeholders. You will define project requirements, establish project objectives, estimate project scale, determine project constraints and assumptions, and define the project manager’s responsibilities and authority in a charter for a project that is relevant to your workplace.PROJ-110CE False
CProject Leadership & Comm (PROJ-113CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop practical leadership and communications skills required to manage project teams. You will learn to create, distribute, and store project information, and communicate effectively in mixed media. You will develop and use interpersonal skills to manage stakeholder expectations, motivate team members, negotiate agreements, and proactively manage relationships.PROJ-113CE True
CProject Management (MKTG-228CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the skills and techniques required to make an effective contribution to, and have an immediate impact on, successful projects. You will develop the knowledge required to initiate, plan, execute, control and close projects. You will gain a working knowledge of MS Project software and be able to use it to schedule, budget and control projects.MKTG-228CE False
NProject Management Knowledge Areas (CE_BD-1373)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceThe Project Management Professional community monitors projects through the five Project Management Processes supported by the ten Project Management Knowledge Areas.  This course introduces you to the ten Knowledge Areas and how they support the five key Processes. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-1373 True
CProject Plan/Scheduling/Budget (PROJ-111CE)ReginaYou will develop practical project planning skills and knowledge through the systematic creation of a comprehensive project plan. You will identify and document project deliverables and tasks, estimate resources, develop a realistic project schedule, and create a complete project budget. You will learn to proactively manage project risks and use project management software.PROJ-111CE False
NProofreading (BCOM-1608)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn both standard and editorial proofreading tips and techniques to help you create error-free documents. Consider word choice to eliminate wordiness. Understand that punctuation is an aid to meaning and learn how to correct common punctuation errors. Available via the web. For further information please contact 306-775-7481. BCOM-1608 False
CPsychology 1 (PSYC-160CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will include the theories and concepts that form the foundation of psychology as a science. You will explore the study of human behaviour by examining concepts including: perception, sensation, learning, memory, intelligence, motivation, emotion, states of consciousness, personality, and the relationship between health and stress.PSYC-160CE False
CPsychology A (PSYC-188CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the scientific study of human behaviour. You will study psychology as a discipline of neuroscience and behaviour, sensation and perception, states of consciousness, learning and memory.PSYC-188CE False
CPsychology B (PSYC-189CE)PrintDistanceYou will continue to examine the scientific examination of human behaviour introduced in PSYC 188, Psychology A. You will study intelligence, cognition and language, motivation and emotion, social psychology personality, health and stress.PSYC-189CE False
CPsychology of Grief (PSYC-280CE)PrintDistanceYou will discuss the emotional and psychological needs of the bereaved as well as appropriate communication skills and attitudes. You will be introduced to communication with and attitudes appropriate to grieving clients.PSYC-280CE False
NPsycho-Social Assessment (CE-4014)OnlineDistanceComprehensive nursing assessments rely on accurate and thorough data collection. One component of the nursing process is the client interview which includes assessment of psycho-social status. Effective communication techniques determine the accuracy of information gathered from the client. In this course you will enhance your knowledge of techniques used to obtain a thorough and complete psycho-social assessment in psychiatric mental health nursing. You will describe the communication process within the clinical interview. You will develop your understanding of the components in mental status assessment including affect, behavior, cognitive functions, thought processes, and culture. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4014 False
CQuality of Life Enhancements (HLTH-182CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore community based and person-centered planning and decision making based on the full participation of persons with disabilities. You will explore spiritual, family, relationship, leisure, vocational and residential quality of life enhancements.HLTH-182CE False
NQuickBooks Premier/Payroll (COAP-1835)Lab/PracticalReginaQuickBooks can help you get organized. Built-in accounting functions organize and calculate your finances. Entries get carried through to all the right places automatically. Have sales & expenses, customer & vender profiles all at your fingertips. Get a snapshot of the money coming in and going out of your business. You will learn everything from writing cheques, creating bills & reports, to the basics of business accounting, including managing accounts payables/receivables, invoicing and payroll. You will receive a free one-year download of QuickBooks student version software, plus a manual for future reference. Prerequisite: Computer experience and basic bookkeeping/ accounting knowledge. For further information contact 306-659-4038 or 306-659-4195.COAP-1835 False
NRadiation QA for Dental Office (DENT-1618)PrintDistanceYou will study the principles of quality assurance in dental radiography. You will learn about the risks associated with radiation and how to protect yourself and others from unnecessary exposures. You will learn about image characteristics and the influencing factors that affect quality assurance. Both film based and digital imaging systems are discussed as well as the quality assurance tests that are recommended in the Saskatchewan Dental Radiography Quality Assurance Manual.DENT-1618 False
CRat Control Applicator (PEST-177CE)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on using rodenticides for controlling rats and mice (also included in the Structural License).PEST-177CE True
CRat Control Re-certification (PEST-277CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-277CE True
CRecords Management (OPRO-133CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn about records management procedures and equipment and various types of filing systems including electronic filing.OPRO-133CE False
NRed Seal Cook Preparation (COOK-1860)OnlineDistanceThis online Cook Upgrader program is designed to prepare individuals to challenge the Cook Inte provincial Journey person examination. Each online lesson includes a pretest, video, workplace assignment and post-test. The lessons are released two per week and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All participants have access to a virtual classroom forum with the Chef Instructor one afternoon per week. Each participant is required to obtain a current edition of the textbook, Professional Cooking by Wayne Gisslen. Note: Learners who intend on challenging the Interprovincial Journey person examination must contact the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trades Certification Commission prior to taking this course.COOK-1860 False
CResearch & Evaluation in T.R. (THRC-188CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the research process, types of research, data collection, basic statistical analysis and outcome and efficacy studies. You will explore the needs and issues specific to conducting research related to therapeutic recreation.THRC-188CE False
CRespiratory Test/Train Trainer (HLTH-192CE)Lecture/LabSaskatoon, ReginaYou will examine the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Z94.4-11 standard and Saskatchewan legislation related to respiratory fit testing. You will examine the implementation of the standard in the workplace by occupational health and safety practitioners. You will also have an opportunity to practice both qualitative and quantitative fit testing. You will be trained as a respiratory fit tester and be able to fit test other employees at your worksite. This course does not cover respirators required for Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) or oxygen deficient atmospheres.HLTH-192CE False
CRestorative Art (FNRL-180CE)ReginaYou will study restorative art processes using appropriate cosmetics, instruments and appliances. You will also examine processes for the difficult and autopsied cases.FNRL-180CE False
CRisk Management (SFTY-173CE)OnlineDistanceHazard identification, risk analysis, and hazard control are cornerstones in a workplace health and safety system. Your studies will focus on these three important elements while developing your critical thinking and problem solving skills.SFTY-173CE False
CRole of Play in ECE (ECE-106CE)PrintSaskatoon, Distance, ReginaYou will learn about the role of play in the development of skills and abilities of young children. You will focus on the value of play in early childhood development programming and the role of the early childhood educator in expanding the play opportunities for children.ECE-106CE False
CRoles & Values of Educator (ECE-101CE)PrintDistanceThe course focuses on the supporting values of the early childhood educator. You will examine the common values that include respect for human dignity and diversity. You will demonstrate through classroom and practical experience, responsibility, caring, compassion and teamwork. These are qualities that form the basis for personal and professional ethics of an early childhood educator.ECE-101CE False
CRoles and Responsibilities (HUMR-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will examine the mandates and roles of agencies involved with crime or traumatic events. You will examine the roles that staff and volunteers play in the delivery of services in this area.HUMR-100CE False
CRoles and Responsibilities (HUMR-180CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the roles and responsibilities of educational assistants within the school setting and society. You will explore legal and ethical implications of your role as an educational assistant and develop an understanding of the importance of professional behaviour.HUMR-180CE False
NRoles Responsibilities & Ethics (CE-4019)OnlineDistanceWhen faced with an ethical dilemma, nurses are often required to act quickly. With a strong understanding of their role, in conjunction with the expectations of the professional regulations, nurses can make sound decisions. You will review the SALPN code of ethics, identify roles and functions of professional nursing organizations. You will also examine assumptions about diversity and the importance of maintaining a high standard of care for your nursing practice. You will review the rights of clients within the health care system and identify the related legal, moral and ethical responsibilities. In addition you will review the multidisciplinary health team approach, group dynamics, collegiality, leadership, and the effective use of feedback. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)CE-4019 False
NRoles/Responsibility/Ethic LPN (NURS-1677)OnlineDistanceWhen faced with an ethical dilemma, nurses are often required to act quickly. With a strong understanding of their role, in conjunction with the expectations of the professional regulations, nurses can make sound decisions. You will review the SALPN code of ethics, identify roles and functions of professional nursing organizations. You will also examine assumptions about diversity and the importance of maintaining a high standard of care for your nursing practice. You will review the rights of clients within the health care system and identify the related legal, moral and ethical responsibilities. In addition you will review the multidisciplinary health team approach, group dynamics, collegiality, leadership, and the effective use of feedback. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.)NURS-1677 False
CSafe Environment (SPCR-180CE)PrintSaskatoon, Distance, Prince Albert, ReginaYou will learn how to promote client independence in a safe, comfortable and pleasant environment. You will study fire safety, emergency response and WHMIS.SPCR-180CE True
NSafe Medication Administration (PHAR-1608)OnlineDistanceAdministration of medications requires diligence in following the policies and procedures to prevent injuries, complications, or errors. Nurses are responsible for ensuring that they are familiar with and understand how to safely prepare their clients and their medications appropriately. In this course you will review basic pharmacology including common classifications of medications, effects of drugs in the body, and the assessment and evaluation of the patient following the administration of medications. You will practice calculating correct medication dosages. You will also review nursing responsibilities related to the preparation, administration, and evaluation of medications given via enteral, percutaneous, parenteral, intradermal, subcutaneous, and intramuscular routes. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of regiPHAR-1608 False
NSafe Medication Administration (CE-4012)OnlineDistanceAdministration of medications requires diligence in following the policies and procedures to prevent injuries, complications, or errors. Nurses are responsible for ensuring that they are familiar with and understand how to safely prepare their clients and their medications appropriately. In this course you will review basic pharmacology including common classifications of medications, effects of drugs in the body, and the assessment and evaluation of the patient following the administration of medications. You will practice calculating correct medication dosages. You will also review nursing responsibilities related to the preparation, administration, and evaluation of medications given via enteral, percutaneous, parenteral, intradermal, subcutaneous, and intramuscular routes. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) CE-4012 False
CSafety Program Management (SFTY-175CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn to develop and implement a Safety Management Program. You will have the opportunity to conduct a needs assessment and practice developing and implementing policies, procedures and plans. This will enhance your ability to determine prevention and training strategies.SFTY-175CE False
NSAGE 50 (CE_BD-2710)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn how to set up a company’s books and the receivables and payables modules. Learn bookkeeping processes for a service business, customize a company’s chart of accounts, prepare sales taxes, sales invoices, customer payments, bills and expenses. Produce multiple financial and other reports, including customizing various forms to save a business money, use inventory and completing month-end tasks of reporting sales taxes and account reconciliation. Hands-on exercises allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a free one-year download of Sage 50 student version software plus a manual for future reference. Prerequisite: Computer experience and basic bookkeeping/accounting knowledge. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-2710 True
NSage 50 2016 (COAP-1836)Lab/PracticalReginaLearn how to set up a company’s books and the receivables and payables modules. Learn bookkeeping processes for a service business, customize a company’s chart of accounts, prepare sales taxes, sales invoices, customer payments, bills and expenses. Produce multiple financial and other reports, including customizing various forms to save a business money, use inventory and completing month-end tasks of reporting sales taxes and account reconciliation. Hands-on exercises allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a free one-year download of Sage 50 student version software plus a manual for future reference. Prerequisite: Computer experience and basic bookkeeping/accounting knowledge. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939.COAP-1836 False
NSchool Bus Inspection (CE_BD-4719)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis 32 hour course is designed to give the technician in a repair shop the necessary knowledge to carry out the SGI inspection procedure as it pertains to school buses. Classroom lecture and in-shop activities on actual units. Discussion includes latest changes to inspection criteria as well as live demonstrations and shop exercises. There will be an exam at the conclusion of the course, with a 75% pass requirement.CE_BD-4719 True
CSecurity (CSEC-200CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basic concepts of computer security. The course content includes encryption, firewalls and proxies, authentication and certificates, general security considerations and best practices. You will create a best-practices checklist as a practical exercise.CSEC-200CE False
CSelf-Promotion and Marketing (MKTG-202CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the professional standards of personal marketing. You will discuss the components of a business plan, and conduct an informal market analysis, which will support the development of a marketing strategy. You will create elements of your promotional plan.MKTG-202CE False
CServer Side Scripting 1 (COMP-204CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop the skills needed to create server side scripting applications using Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP). Your studies will include scripting fundamentals, stateless session management and database connectivity.COMP-204CE False
CServer Side Scripting 2 (COMP-205CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop advanced skills in server side scripting using Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP). Your studies will include integrating server side scripting into Graphical User Interface (GUI) based HTML authoring environments, handling errors and using debugging techniques. You will also develop introductory skills in Object Oriented programming (OOP).COMP-205CE False
NService Excellence (CUST-1602)Lecture/TheoryReginaProviding professional customer service is key to business success. Learn about yourself and others using Insights Discovery. Practice communication and conflict resolution skills. Learn customer service best practices and how the Service Value Chain and Five Drivers will benefit your customers. Practice positive language and feedback so you connect with your customers and increase job satisfaction. Pre-work required. For further information please call 306-775-7481 CUST-1602 False
CSexual Victimization (YCW-283CE)PrintDistanceYou will focus on the scope and characteristics of sexual violence in Canada. You will learn to identify indicators of sexual abuse, the impact on the victim and family and the recovery process. You will study the importance of self-awareness and self-care.YCW-283CE False
CSexuality and Disabilities (HUMD-191CE)PrintDistanceYou will study sexual biology, sexual attitudes and sexual behaviours as they relate to persons with disabilities. You will study the role of the disability support worker in promoting person-centred decision making and sexual well-being. You will learn the essential role of dignity in person-centred decision making, and abuse prevention and intervention in your professional role.HUMD-191CE False
CSK Provincial Appl Regulations (PEST-178CE)PrintDistanceThis course fulfills the legislated requirement for licencing commercial pesticide applicators from other jurisdictions who are applying for reciprocal licencing in Saskatchewan.PEST-178CE True
CSociology 2 (SOCI-260CE)ReginaThis course examines changing family patterns in Canada, and analyzes how social factors influence family relationships. You will examine topics such as the functions and roles of families, changing definitions of the family, the development of intimate relationships, parenthood and child raising, how paid and unpaid work affect family life, divorce, and family violence.SOCI-260CE False
CSociology 3 (SOCI-261CE)ReginaYou will further explore the concepts of sociology by focusing on respectful interactions when caring for clients of all cultures. Emphasis will be given to providing culturally respectful care to clients of Aboriginal ancestry across the lifespan. Diversity within the Aboriginal culture will be explored.SOCI-261CE False
CSociology A (SOCI-184CE)PrintDistanceThe course provides an introduction to the sociological perspective and addresses the study of people as social beings. You will examine culture, socialization processes and social inequality.SOCI-184CE False
CSociology B (SOCI-185CE)Saskatoon, ReginaBuilding on what you learned in SOCI 184, you will examine the importance of a sociological understanding in human service professions. You will study social institutions, social deviance, and issues facing mainstream and marginalized people in Canada.SOCI-185CE False
CSpecial Needs 1 (SPCR-284CE)PrintRegina, Saskatoon, Distance, Prince AlbertYour studies will cover the basic needs and interventions of clients with disruptions in their sensory organs, body systems (i.e. cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, neurological and endocrine) and body functions (i.e. genitourinary and gastro-intestinal).SPCR-284CE True
CSpecial Needs 2 (SPCR-285CE)Regina, SaskatoonYour studies will cover the basic needs and interventions of clients with infectious diseases, cancer, altered mental abilities, disruption in mental health, and alcohol and drug dependency. You will learn the specific care required for bariatric clients.SPCR-285CE False
CSpreadsheet Applications (COAP-117CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to design spreadsheets and apply numeracy skills to solve business problems. You will focus on formatting, applying formulas and functions, preparing charts, and utilizing data management techniques.COAP-117CE False
NSP-WHMIS-2015-SaskPolytech WHMIS 2015 GHS (CE-5613)OnlineDistanceCE-5613 False
CStatistics for Health Sciences (STAT-260CE)Web Assisted DeliveryDistanceYou will learn statistical methods of analysis and inference including descriptive measures, frequency distributions, probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and correlation and regression techniques. The emphasis in this course is on statistical applications, with problems chosen from the health sciences field.STAT-260CE False
CSterilization,StorageTransport (MED-103CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the principles and methods of sterilization. You will study the monitoring of sterilization and discuss the storage, distribution and transportation of sterile supplies.MED-103CE False
CStrategic Compensation (HR-231CE)Moose Jaw, SaskatoonYou will develop a general understanding of the processes, techniques and issues human resource professionals encounter in developing and administering a total rewards program. You will learn the strategic importance of total rewards and how its issues can impact other areas of human resources. In addition, you will gain an understanding of the impact of contemporary social trends and legislative developments that affect decision making about the design of total rewards programs.HR-231CE False
CStrategic Management (MGMT-209CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study management processes, strategies, techniques that are consistent with corporate business strategy and designed to capitalize on emerging opportunities. Your studies will equip you with the critical skills and knowledge required to make important business decisions. You will develop the business expertise to engage in strategic planning that supports the integration of functional business activities of production, finance and marketing.MGMT-209CE False
CStructural Applicator (PEST-174CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to use insecticides, rodenticides and avicides for pest control in and around structures. The course content includes rodent control on public and private land.PEST-174CE True
CStructural Re-certification (PEST-274CE)PrintDistanceLicensed commercial pesticide applicators must renew their certification every five years. This course allows students to renew their pesticide training and/or challenge the renewal examination.PEST-274CE True
NStructured Practical Skills Assessment (CE_BD-3703)PrintDistanceThis course is for candidates (non-graduates and graduates from CCAPP accredited pharmacy technician programs) with previous experience in a pharmacy setting who have been working for more than 2000 hours in the past 3 years. The course is an assessment of the candidate’s competence in completing various activities that fall within the pharmacy technician’s scope of practice (as listed by the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities), completed within a direct patient care practice setting (may be candidate's current practice site) approved by Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Candidates have 12 weeks from the date they register to complete the course. (Formerly PHAR 1801) For more information or to request an application please contact Pharm.Tech@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-659-4070. CE_BD-3703 False
NStructured Practical Training and Assessment (CE_BD-3702)PrintDistanceThis course is for graduates of CCAPP accredited pharmacy technician programs with work experience of less than 2000 hours in the past 3 years. The course consists of activities that will allow the candidate to practice and demonstrate the required competencies important to the profession and listed by the National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) . Practice and evaluation will be at a placement which the candidate will secure. The selection of a community, hospital or community/hospital setting will require approval by Saskatchewan Polytechnic and must provide sufficient opportunity to demonstrate the competencies to be assessed. Candidates have 24 weeks from the date they register to complete the course. (Formerly PHAR 1800) For more information or to request an application please contact Pharm.Tech@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-659-4070CE_BD-3702 False
CStructured Query Language SQL (COMP-202CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn Structured Query Language (SQL). Your studies will include course content on retrieving and modifying data stored on database servers, and concepts related to relationships and proper table design principles.COMP-202CE False
CStudies of Exceptionality A (SPSY-281CE)PrintDistanceYou will be provided with an introduction to the area of exceptionalities. You will discuss issues and trends in the field and problems associated with defining and identifying individuals with exceptionalities. You will study, in depth, specific areas of exceptionality: speech and language differences, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities and giftedness. Emphasis will be on the developmental consequences of having a disability and intervention strategies used with individuals with disabilities.SPSY-281CE False
CStudies of Exceptionality B (SPSY-282CE)PrintDistanceYou will study in depth specific areas of exceptionality: emotional and behavioural disorders, sensory impairments, traumatic brain injury and other low-incidence disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism, and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. Emphasis will be on the developmental consequences of having a disability and intervention strategies used with individuals with disabilities. You will review classroom organization and management with students with special learning needs, issues related to special education in secondary schools, and working with families of students with exceptionalities.SPSY-282CE False
CSuicide Intervention (COUN-180CE)PrintDistanceYou will acquire knowledge and develop skills for suicide prevention and intervention. You will explore personal and community perspectives on suicide. You will identify and assess suicide risk factors, apply suicide intervention techniques, and examine ways to mobilize community support. You will identify suicide prevention and post-vention strategies related to helping individuals and the community.COUN-180CE False
CSupporting Instruction 2 (EDUC-181CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be provided with an overview of the Saskatchewan curriculum with a focus on language arts, technology and basic mathematics. You will expand your knowledge of strategies to provide educational support under a teacher’s supervision.EDUC-181CE False
CSupporting Instruction I (EDUC-180CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to individual learning styles and other factors that influence learning differences in students. You will learn strategies that facilitate student learning including instructional approaches, classroom management, and effective observation and recording.EDUC-180CE False
CSurgical Environment (NURS-244CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the principles of asepsis, sterilization, disinfection and infection prevention through the implementation of perioperative nursing care standards. You will learn basic technical skills necessary to prepare yourself and the patient for a surgical procedure.NURS-244CE False
CT. R. Integration Seminar 1 (THRC-292CE)PrintDistanceYou will discuss practicum placement experiences to identify professional practice as it applies to therapeutic recreation services. You will have an opportunity to discuss the application of theory and knowledge on practice. You will begin to develop a framework for a professional portfolio outlining career goals as well as the knowledge and skills you have developed.THRC-292CE False
CT. R. Integration Seminar 2 (THRC-293CE)PrintDistanceYou will discuss practicum placement experiences to begin identifying career opportunities in therapeutic recreation. You will have an opportunity to reflect on professional practice and discuss the application of theory and knowledge on practice. You will develop a professional portfolio outlining your career goals. Your portfolio will prepare you to showcase your abilities and secure a practicum placement of your choice.THRC-293CE False
CT. R. Integration Seminar 3 (THRC-294CE)PrintDistanceYou will reflect on practicum placement experiences to identify professional practice as it applies to therapeutic recreation services. You will complete a portfolio to integrate personal career goals with the practicum learning outcomes. You will develop a professional resume and cover letter and apply for a practicum placement with an agency. You will complete an interview upon selection by an agency.THRC-294CE False
CT.R. & Inclusive Leisure Serv (THRC-285CE)PrintDistanceYou will develop an understanding of the importance of inclusive leisure services. You will learn strategies to help facilitate individual participation, meaningful recreation and leisure opportunities.THRC-285CE False
CT.R. and Leisure Education (THRC-284CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore the role of leisure education in assisting individuals in leading a fulfilling leisure lifestyle. You will examine philosophical consideration, models and facilitation techniques common to leisure education. You will have the opportunity to apply this theory by developing leisure education programs.THRC-284CE False
CT.R. Assessment (THRC-281CE)PrintDistanceYou will develop an in-depth understanding of the process and components of assessment in therapeutic recreation. You will review, analyze and apply a variety of therapeutic recreation assessment tools and techniques.THRC-281CE False
CT.R. for Children and Youth (THRC-189CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the etiology, symptoms and characteristics of a number of common childhood and youth related disabilities, illnesses and/or health conditions. You will be introduced to the current practices and the role of therapeutic recreation when working with children and youth in a variety of settings.THRC-189CE False
CT.R. Program Management (THRC-286CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn the principles of program management/leadership and how they relate to delivering therapeutic recreation services. You will study organization and planning, department policies and procedures, human resource planning and volunteer management. Course content will include decision making, problem solving and conflict management as they relate to therapeutic recreation.THRC-286CE False
CTalent Acquisition (HR-230CE)OnlineDistanceYour studies will focus on the role and functions of recruitment and selection of human resource management. You will develop an appreciation for professional Talent Acquisition practices that meet Canadian legal standards. You will also develop an understanding of the essential role of sound staffing practices in relation to organizational productivity. You will recognize the constraints under which an organization operates and how it relates to the process of recruitment and selection.HR-230CE False
CTax 1 (TAX-221CE)Saskatoon, Moose JawYour studies will include an introduction to the Income Tax Act including the structure of fiscal legislation, administration, and enforcement practices as they pertain to personal income tax. The course includes the calculation of taxable income, calculation of tax, and the completion of personal income tax returns.TAX-221CE False
CTax 2 (TAX-222CE)Moose Jaw, ReginaYour studies will expand on the material covered in Tax 1 (TAX 221) and you will learn the skills required to solve more complex problems for individual taxpayers. You will study the calculation of taxable income, calculation of corporate tax and the completion of corporate income tax returns.TAX-222CE False
CTDG Train the Trainer (TRAN-181CE)Lecture/LabSaskatoonYou will prepare to train workers on the basic requirements for road transport under the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) act.TRAN-181CE False
CTeamwork Skills (COMM-294CE)PrintDistanceYou will learn how to become an effective member of an early childhood educator team. The course content focuses on determining individual interaction styles and personality styles, assertion skills, conflict management and group problem solving. You will practice communicating in an effective and professional manner.COMM-294CE False
CTheories &Concepts Program Mgt (HINF-264CE)OnlineDistanceYou will gain an understanding of health information systems, project management, policies and procedures and needs assessment. Your studies will prepare you for business and strategic planning and introduce you to program management concepts.HINF-264CE False
CTherapeutic Activities (YCW-188CE)PrintDistanceYou will examine the role of the youth care worker in planning and implementing culturally and developmentally appropriate activities for youth and families at risk. In the role of the Youth Care Worker, you will develop, implement, and evaluate individual and group activities, aboriginal cultural activities, and activities that involve the use of social media.YCW-188CE False
NTherapeutic Comm Skills (NURS-1674)OnlineDistanceCommunication is one of the most important skills used in your nursing practice. The ability to understand and implement both verbal and nonverbal cues into your interactions will enhance the quality of nursing care you provide to your clients. In this course you will begin by describing the components of the therapeutic relationship. You will be introduced to the process of communication. Communication techniques that enhance the process of the therapeutic relationship will be discussed such as active listening, effective use of silence, and paraphrasing. You will describe two dimensions of therapeutic relationships. You will then practice these skills with an interactive assignment. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) NURS-1674 False
NTherapeutic Communication Skills (CE-4018)OnlineDistanceCommunication is one of the most important skills used in your nursing practice. The ability to understand and implement both verbal and nonverbal cues into your interactions will enhance the quality of nursing care you provide to your clients. In this course you will begin by describing the components of the therapeutic relationship. You will be introduced to the process of communication. Communication techniques that enhance the process of the therapeutic relationship will be discussed such as active listening, effective use of silence, and paraphrasing. You will describe two dimensions of therapeutic relationships. You will then practice these skills with an interactive assignment. Prerequisite: LPN/RN (You will be required to provide your license number at the time of registration.) CE-4018 False
NTherapeutic Drug/Drugs ofAbuse (CHEM-1807)OnlineDistanceYou will learn about therapeutic drug monitoring as well as common drugs of abuse. You will study common methods for analysis to determine circulating concentrations as well as to assess and report valid results. (Formerly CHEM 1807) PREREQUISITES: Immunology (IMMU 183)CHEM-1807 False
CTherapeutic Rec Practicum 1 (PRAC-177CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonThe course provides an opportunity for you to apply knowledge and principles learned in the program. You will develop interpersonal skills, leadership skills and leadership techniques, explore how the agency meets the needs of its clientele and plan, implement and evaluate therapeutic recreation programs.PRAC-177CE False
CTherapeutic Rec Practicum 3 (PRAC-281CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will continue to develop your ability to assess clients, design, implement and analyze therapeutic recreation programs and apply effective leadership and professional skills. You will also examine the administrative practices of a therapeutic recreation service and conduct an inservice related to the role of therapeutic recreation.PRAC-281CE False
CTherapeutic Recreation & Aging (THRC-289CE)PrintDistanceYou will explore the relationship between leisure and aging and how to apply current therapeutic recreation practices to support older adults in a variety of settings. You will examine the myths and realities of aging and the impact of retirement, our health care system, and service delivery on older adults.THRC-289CE False
CTherapeutic Recreation Process (THRC-184CE)PrintDistanceYou will study the principles and procedures of the therapeutic recreation process. You will examine the various responsibilities that the therapeutic recreation professional has in providing accountable, client-based service. You will learn client assessment, individual and group program planning. You will examine activity analysis, adaptation, protocols, documentation and evaluation in terms of their importance in developing therapeutic recreation programs.THRC-184CE False
NTime Management (TMGT-1600)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn strategies and techniques to manage procrastination, prioritizing, dealing with deadlines and organizing your workspace. The Myers Briggs Type Inventory will help you to identify your personal style and the impact that this has on the way that you manage your time. Hear from experts and create a personal action plan that eliminates clutter and organizes your day so that you can achieve work-life balance. For further information call 306-775-7481 TMGT-1600 False
NTime Management Essentials (TMGT-1601)Lecture/TheoryReginaThis interactive half-day workshop provides valuable tips and techniques on three time management basics: Managing Emails, Prioritizing and Organizing your Time and Space. Find time for this workshop if you can’t find time for anything else. Available via the web. For further information call 306-775-7481. TMGT-1601 False
NTLR Re-evaluation (CE_BD-3714)Lecture/LabReginaYou will participate in activities to move and position clients/objects in health care settings using minimal physical effort and maximizing the use of mechanical aids and equipment. The course focuses on client/caregiver safety. Upon successfully completing the course, you will receive a Transferring, Lifting, Repositioning (TLR) re-evaluation wallet card. Prerequisite: Proof of current TLR Certification; certificate must be presented to the instructor at the beginning of class. If TLR Certification has expired you must take the full TLR course. CE_BD-3714 True
CTracheostomy Care CompleterLPN (NRSG-256CE)OnlineDistanceYou will develop knowledge and skill regarding tracheostomy care. You will demonstrate the knowledge and ability to perform the required care of a person with a tracheostomy. Your studies will include self-study theory, review exercises, simulation practice lab and a written exam.NRSG-256CE False
CTraining & Development (HR-232CE)OnlineDistanceYou will analyze the strategic value of developing talent within organizations with a focus on employee training and development. Specifically, through a combined theory and hands-on approach, your studies will examine the functions of training needs analysis, training program design, the selection and application of training methods, transfer strategies, training evaluation and building employee engagement in career development.HR-232CE False
CTransfer Lift RepostnTLR(R)(c) (SPCR-100CE)Lecture/LabRegina, Saskatoon, Prince AlbertYou will participate in activities to move and position clients/objects in health care settings using minimal physical effort and maximizing the use of mechanical aids and equipment. The course focuses on client/caregiver safety. You will receive a Transferring Lifting Repositioning (TLR®) © certificate from Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH) upon successfully completing the course.SPCR-100CE True
NTransfusion Science Refresher (CE-3712)OnlineDistanceThis course gives an overview of the Transfusion Science knowledge required by an entry level MLT. This course provides a review of blood group systems and the procedures used to detect and identify antigens and antibodies. You will revisit the theory required to diagnose, treat and prevent hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn, and diagnose and treat autoimmune hemolytic anemias. Also covered is the theory needed to provide compatible products for transfusion and investigate adverse effects of transfusion. (Formerly TRFS 1800) Open to previous CSMLS certified MLTs and/or recommended to take this course by the CSMLS as part of a Learning Plan. Email evidence of previous CSMLS certification and/or CSMLS Learning Plan documentation to Laureen.Millette@saskpolytech.ca to register.CE-3712 False
CTraumatic Events Coordination (HUMS-100CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the role of Victim Services in responding to traumatic events. You will learn how to coordinate services within the community to develop a coordinated response plan.HUMS-100CE False
NTreating Uncomplicated Lacerations and Abscesses (CE-4026)OnlineDistanceIn this online self-study module, you will learn the basic theory to suture uncomplicated lacerations, incise and drain superficial abscesses and remove fishhooks. Performance tests are available for each procedure and are will be completed during an employer arranged practicum where required. To register for this course you must be eligible for registration with the SRNA. This course is offered online. You may register any time prior to the deadline, you will have 4 weeks from your registration date to complete the course.CE-4026 True
CTypography (DSGN-203CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study typopgraphic terminology and learn to identify fonts and the families to which they belong. You develop an appreciation for the important role of typography in design. You will learn how to use type as a design element and create unique letters.DSGN-203CE False
CUnderstand Exceptionalities 1 (SPSY-186CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the range of exceptionalities that persons with disabilities may experience across the lifespan. You will explore the role of the disability support worker who supports persons with exceptionalities. You will study principles and practices that underlie the care and education of people with exceptionalities, family interactions, learning disabilities, emotional/behaviour disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities and communication disorders.SPSY-186CE False
CUnderstand Exceptionalities 2 (SPSY-291CE)PrintDistanceYou will continue the exploration started in Understanding Exceptionalities 1, SPSY 186. You will study severe and multiple disabilities, sensory disabilities, physical disabilities and other health disorders, challenges with concurrent health issues and the role of the disability support worker. Your focus will be on the developmental consequences of having a disability and intervention strategies used with individuals with disabilities.SPSY-291CE False
CUnderstanding Diabetes (HLTH-162CE)OnlineDistanceYou will study the basics of diabetes, including support required by the client in diabetes management and prevention. You will learn about risk factors, what happens in the body when diabetes develops, the different types of diabetes, and how diabetes can be prevented.HLTH-162CE False
NUnmanned Air Ground School (CE_BD-6701)Lecture/TheoryPrince AlbertThis 2.5 day Course Description (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data Processing and Integration): Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Data Processing and Integration teaches students with beginner level knowledge of computers, UAV’s, and software associated with processing geographic data how to create and manage data gathered from a UAV. The course reviews operations management, sensors and sensor types, post-processing data, and the intricacies of flight. Students pass or fail is based on their attendance and final examinationCE_BD-6701 False
CUrinalysis (CHEM-184CE)PrintDistanceYou will perform and assess chemical and microscopic urinalysis.CHEM-184CE False
CUser Interface Design (DSGN-202CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basics of interface (UI) design. You will also practice creative problem solving by designing interactive environments. You will study the principles of interactivity, complexity and usability. You will develop the skills needed for creative and effective interfaces.DSGN-202CE False
NVenipuncture for RN Specialty Practices (CE-4007)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basic theory and procedure for performing simple venipuncture by evacuated system, syringe and needle, and butterfly needle for the purpose of blood collection. After successfully completing a quiz, you will arrange to practice the skills in your clinical setting with your employer. To register for this course you must be a Registered Nurse who requires the skill of venipuncture in your nursing position. This course is offered online. You may register any time prior to the deadline, you will have 4 weeks from your registration date to complete the courseCE-4007 True
CVolunteer Management (MGMT-105CE)OnlineDistanceYou will apply volunteer management skills in an agency setting and evaluate the effectiveness of volunteer programs.MGMT-105CE False
CWastewater Treatment 2 (WTER-137CE)PrintDistanceYou will build on the skills you gained in WTER 136 and will examine conventional activated sludge, sludge digestion, solids handling, and effluent disposal. You will also examine the operation, maintenance and management of a wastewater treatment plant with an emphasis on safe practices and procedures.WTER-137CE False
NWater Distribution Operation & Maintenance 1.5 CEU (Home Study) (CE_BD-5028)PrintDistanceYour studies will focus on the operation and maintenance required to maintain a water distribution system.CE_BD-5028 False
CWeb Author2-Inter HTML/CSS-CMS (MULT-124CE)OnlineDistanceYou will use intermediate HTML and CSS to design and create websites with a variety of layouts. You will incorporate interactivity along with audio and video into HTML pages. You will learn to install, configure, use, and manage Content Management Systems (CMS). You will develop the skills to apply themes and use modules.MULT-124CE False
CWeb Author4-Responsive Web Dev (MULT-128CE)OnlineDistanceYou will continue to expand your web authoring skills as you learn to build responsive, mobile-first sites. You will acquire skills in client side development using frameworks and libraries.MULT-128CE False
CWeb Authoring 1-Basic HTML/CSS (MULT-120CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basics of web site authoring and publishing. You will create a web site using basic Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). You will use various software to create and manage a website. You will publish a website to your own domain service.MULT-120CE False
CWeb Authoring 3-Javascript (MULT-114CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn the basics of programming in JavaScript and apply those skills to enhance Web pages. Your studies will include the examination and use of the programming model, programming concepts, events and event handlers, and variable methods. You will also study and use the Document Object Model (DOM) and recognize browser and platform compatibility issues related to the use of JavaScript.MULT-114CE False
CWeb Site Design Principles (DSGN-103CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to integrate the knowledge and skills from other courses to design, develop, and test effective web sites. You will also learn to analyze and critique existing web sites for usability and effectiveness. Your web analysis will include testing for usability and accessibility.DSGN-103CE False
CWeb Site Development (CWEB-180CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn how to use HyperText Markup Language (HTML) to develop Web pages for delivery over the World Wide Web. You will also learn how to plan and develop HTML documents to build a Web site based on W3 standards and enhance HTML documents using current techniques such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) site management using current software.CWEB-180CE False
NWelding Basic Skills (CE_BD-4705)Lecture/LabReginaIn this workshop the basics of gas welding and cutting, Arc and MIG welding will be covered. Your job may require some fundamental skills or you may have a present hobby in which welding can help you succeed. You will need to bring leather gloves and must wear protective clothing. PPE required.CE_BD-4705 False
NWelding Basic Skills (WELD-1621)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonIn this workshop the basics of gas welding and cutting, Arc and MIG welding will be covered. Your job may require some fundamental skills or you may have a present hobby in which welding can help you succeed. You will need to bring leather gloves and must wear protective clothing. PPE required.WELD-1621 False
NWelding Certification/Upgrade (WELD-1816)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonThis course will provide theory instruction to cover all aspects of the Welder National Occupation Analysis. The purpose of this course is to prepare candidates to attempt the Welder Interprovincial Journeyperson written examination. No practical welding instruction is provided during this theory-only course. It is a requirement to successfully complete the written examination before an individual can attempt the welder practical examination. Protective clothing is required by all students. For further information about this program or for other specific training needs, contact the Saskatoon Welding Department at 306-659-4081 or Continuing Education at 306-765-1563.WELD-1816 True
NWelding: Multi-Process (WELD-1841)Lecture/TheorySaskatoonParticipants will be provided with basic instruction in the process of SMAW (Stick), GMAW (MIG), GTAW (TIG) and Oxy-acetylene welding and then pursue the option of their choice. All students require protective clothing, which consists of leather gloves, non flammable clothing, safety glasses and steel toe bootsWELD-1841 False
NWHMIS 2015 (GHS) (CE-4301)OnlineDistanceCanada has aligned the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) for WHMIS 2015 legislation. This course addresses the WHMIS 2015 education requirements for workers to understand the hazards, and know how to work safely with hazardous products. The current education and training requirements that fall under the WHMIS related occupational health and safety regulations for Saskatchewan are also addressed in this course. Note: Employers are still responsible to provide workers with site-and-job-specific training and information. Formerly SFTY 1817.CE-4301 True
CWHMIS Train the Trainer (WHMS-184CE)Lecture/TheoryRegina, SaskatoonYour studies will focus on the preparation required to successfully facilitate in-house Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) sessions for front line workers. You will learn about relevant legislation including requirements of worker training, controlled product classification, and required documentation and labeling. You will also develop skills to design specific workplace training sessions.WHMS-184CE False
NWomen in Trades Exploratory (CE-1600)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis hands-on career exploration course for women 15 years of age and up offers an introduction to a variety of basic trade skills. Each workshop is led by a female trades professional and course content includes basic skills in: Auto Body, Automotive Servicing, Building Systems (Regina only), Carpentry, Electrical, Machining, Masonry (Saskatoon only), Plumbing, and Welding. CSA Approved steel toed safety boots required. For more information, email witt@saskpolytech.ca or call 306-775-7427.CE-1600 False
NWomen in Trades Workshop: Electrical/Plumbing (CE-5306)Lecture/LabSaskatoonThis hands-on career exploration workshop for women 15 years of age and up offers an introduction to a variety of basic trade skills. Each workshop is led by a female trades professional and course content includes basic skills in: Electrical - learn how to wire a light, a switch, and an electrical outlet; Plumbing - learn how to solder, install a faucet and toilet, and basic furnace and hot water heater maintenance. CSA approved steel toed safety boots are required for this workshop. us at WITT@saskpolytech.ca or 306-775-7427CE-5306 False
NWord Advanced (COAP-1658)Lab/PracticalReginaIncrease your productivity and create more complex documents by learning how to use more of the features of Microsoft Word. Our instructor will take experienced users through advanced tasks such as creating a table of contents and using master and sub documents when working with longer projects. Learn to perform complex merges, import data from other programs and advanced automation through the use of fields, forms and macros. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite(s): Word Introduction or equivalent experience using Word in the workplace. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. COAP-1658 False
NWord Advanced 2016 (CE_BD-2703)Lecture/TheoryRegina" Increase your productivity and create more complex documents by learning how to use more of the features of Microsoft Word. Our instructor will take experienced users through advanced tasks such as creating a table of contents and using master and sub documents when working with longer projects. Learn to perform complex merges, import data from other programs and advanced automation through the use of fields, forms and macros. Hands-on exercises during class will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite(s): Word Introduction or equivalent experience using Word in the workplace. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. CE_BD-2703 True
NWord Introduction (COAP-1618)Lab/PracticalReginaThis course is intended for people new to Microsoft Word and is designed to help you obtain the basic skills required to create professional looking letters and memos. You will learn to create, edit, format, print and review short documents. You will learn to apply basic page, paragraph and character formatting options, create a document from a template, insert pictures and clip art, create a simple table and merge a mailing list to produce labels. Hands-on exercises will allow you to practice these skills. You will receive a manual for your future reference. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills or PC Basics class. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939.COAP-1618 False
CWord Processing 1 (COAP-115CE)OnlineDistanceThis course introduces fundamental file management and word processing concepts. Using a variety of word processing features, you will learn to format business correspondence, create, format, and edit tables and enhance documents with the addition of graphics.COAP-115CE False
CWord Processing 2 (COAP-116CE)OnlineDistanceYou will learn to enhance business documents with the addition of styles and the use of columns. You will use advanced features to enhance business documents and tables. You will also merge documents, create templates and forms, use desktop publishing features, and maintain a website.COAP-116CE False
CWork Environments and Health 1 (NRSG-289CE)OnlineDistanceYou will be introduced to the basic principles of industrial hygiene, sometimes referred to as occupational hygiene. You will prepare to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control workplace hazards. You will focus on issues such as occupational contamination, chemical, biological, radiation, and electrical hazards. Your assessment and treatment skills will be enhanced for related occupational disease and injuries.NRSG-289CE False
CWork Environments and Health 2 (NRSG-290CE)OnlineDistanceYou will prepare to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and mitigate the effects of noise, thermal, ergonomic, confined spaces, respiratory and fire hazards. You will have the opportunity to become familiar with sampling techniques and equipment and you will prepare to assess and treat workers who encounter these hazards.NRSG-290CE False
CWork Experience (WORK-154CE)Clinical/PracticumReginaYou will participate in a work experience in a community setting in order to integrate theory and practice in a setting where you perform identified agency tasks.WORK-154CE False
NWork Placement (CE_BD-5735)Lecture/TheoryReginaYou will observe and participate in the operation of a boiler in the workplace. This experience will help you relate the theory you learned to an operational plant. you will also be exposed to actual on the job activities. Students must have completed or be currently enrolled in the Building System Technician Certificate program.CE_BD-5735 False
CWorkplace Communication (COMM-262CE)OnlineDistanceYou will review effective writing skills and apply those skills to workplace documents: e-mails, memos, business letters, and reports. You will apply effective oral communication to individual presentations and meetings. You will examine interpersonal relationships in the workplace and demonstrate conflict resolution skills in individual and group settings.COMM-262CE False
NWriting 1: Writing Basics (BCOM-1604)Lecture/TheoryReginaLearn about pre-writing and drafting which are the first two phases of the writing process. Understand how to prepare clear and concise correspondence while considering your audience. Practice writing sentences and paragraphs using plain language principles. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. BCOM-1604 False
NWriting 2: Advanced Writing (BCOM-1610)Lecture/TheoryReginaUnderstand the importance of the revising and editing phase of the writing process. Learn tips to revise the content and better organize a piece of business writing. Review proofreading strategies, common grammatical errors and learn how to cite documents and sources. Practice preparing correspondence that is structurally correct, concise and communicates your message. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939.BCOM-1610 False
NWriting Bootcamp (BCOM-1614)Lecture/TheoryReginaThis two-day comprehensive writing intensive focuses on preparing correspondence using plain language principles and correct sentence structure. Gain practice identifying the common grammatical errors and structural flaws and discover how to write clear and concise business communication. Prepare an email, business letter and a simple report in our writing lab. For further information contact 306-775-7481 or 306-775-7939. BCOM-1614 False
NWriting Business Emails & Letters (CE_BD-1305)Lecture/Theory, Web Assisted DeliveryRegina, DistanceThis workshop will focus on writing, proofreading, editing and formatting business emails and letters using the Canadian Press Stylebook as the writing guide. You will learn how to prepare clear and professional business emails and letters using plain language principles with a focus on sentence structure, verb tenses, fixing common grammatical and punctuation errors, and proofreading. Writing skills will improve through practical exercises and by receiving feedback from the instructor and peers. Available via the web. Call 306-775-7481 for more information.CE_BD-1305 True
CWritten and Oral Communication (COM-101CE)Saskatoon, ReginaYou will receive instruction and practice in written and oral communication skills needed for the professional workplace. You will review the principles of effective writing, prepare oral presentations, and practice common forms of business communication. Communicating a professional image will be emphasized.COM-101CE False
CYCW Cert Integration Seminar 1 (SEM-185CE)SaskatoonYou will learn the role of the youth care worker in the workplace and in society. You will identify professional practices as it applies to services for youth with an emphasis on respectful interaction and confidentiality. You will reflect on professional practice and discuss the application of theory and knowledge on practice. You will develop a personal portfolio for practicum placement, and you will explore the expectations of agencies involved in your placement.SEM-185CE False
CYCW Cert Integration Seminar 2 (SEM-282CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoon, ReginaYou will reflect on practicum experiences and apply theories, knowledge and skills to practicum placements. You will discuss current issues as well as ethical and professional conduct in relation to practicum experiences. You will expand the skills and knowledge needed to plan personal learning and career goals.SEM-282CE False
CYCW Dip Integration Seminar 1 (SEM-105CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will reflect on professional practice with a focus on advanced knowledge and skills developed in youth care courses. You will develop a personal portfolio for practicum placement in PRAC 398, Practicum 1. You will explore the professional expectations of agencies involved in your placement.SEM-105CE False
CYCW Dip Integration Seminar 2 (SEM-200CE)Clinical/PracticumSaskatoonYou will reflect on practicum experiences and the application of advanced theories, knowledge and skills in practicum settings. You will discuss current issues in the provision of youth services. You will add to your personal portfolio for practicum placement in PRAC 399, Practicum 2. You will explore the expectations of agencies involved in your placement.SEM-200CE False
CYouth Care Practices 1 (YCW-187CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the assumptions, values, ethics and laws that provide the basis for working with youth and families. You will develop awareness of your professional role and boundaries in maintaining effective helping relationships. You will apply the problem solving process to client situations.YCW-187CE False
CYouth Care Practices 2 (YCW-281CE)PrintDistanceYou will focus on the role of community development as a tool to improve service for youth. You will learn how to advocate for change and manage barriers that impede effective service delivery.YCW-281CE False
CYouth Criminal Justice (SPSY-184CE)PrintDistanceYou will be introduced to the Canadian criminal justice system. You will explore the history of juvenile justice and will examine the impact of custodial placement on youth in conflict with the law. You will examine sentencing, correctional placement, parole and conditional release for youth and adult offenders. You will be introduced to the roles of police, judges, prosecutors, and defence lawyers working with youth in conflict with the law.SPSY-184CE False
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