Found 74 total training opportunities.

  • Microsoft Training

    Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point. This training will show you the skills you need to complete a task, and then gives you the chance to work on an activity with the assistance of the instructor For information or to register:: SOUTH ESSEX COMMUNITY COUNCIL Barry Rivard — (519) 326-8629 brivard@secc.on.ca

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  • Employment and Skills Training

    Looking for help updating your resume? Maybe you’re interested in learning useful interview tips? Let UHC help you! Our employment skills training workshops, running every Tuesday and Thursday, can help you with these specific areas and much more. Contact UHC today to learn more! Contact Sean Fitzgerald by phone at: 519-944-4900 EXT: 115

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  • HOME SUPPORT WORKER

    This training program includes the following: Four (4) weeks of PAID HSW Training: Monday to Friday 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. First 3 weeks is virtual and 1 week practical (6) month PSW Training: Monday to Friday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM Activities of personal care Household management General support Candidates who successfully complete the 4 weeks HSW paid training program, will be offered work as a Home Support Worker within our health care team upon graduation Work as a Home Support Worker while undergoing the FREE PSW training program

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  • Online Job Search Zoom Workshop

    Join us on Thursday August 5th at 2:15PM for our Online Job Search workshop. Learn how to navigate applying online and using social media to your advantage! Follow the link to register.

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  • Training for Internationally Trained Professionals

    Are you an Internationally Trained Professional, new to Canada, and looking for job search training? Attend the job search workshops and learn: – Employer perspectives and workplace culture – How to describe your professional skills and accomplishments – How to conduct research specific to your occupation in Canada – How to create an effective job search plan Contact Manijeh Rouhandeh at (519) 999-3505 for more information.

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  • Second Career Live Workshop

    Group information session to guide you through the application process to access government funding. To register for a phone intake, please call 519-977-6444 ext. 5520 or email ets@citywindsor.ca

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  • Y Works

    is an employment program that assists youth and young adults ages 15-30 to overcome barriers of employment. Our program delivers a range of activities that help youth overcome barriers to employment and develop a broad range of skills and knowledge in order to participate in the current and future labour market. Over a 5-week period we provide individual and group-based support that include employability skills building workshops. Upon completion, we connect participants with a paid job opportunity or with appropriate courses and training opportunities in a field of their choice. For those entering the workforce, an additional 12 weeks for tailored support are provided to both participants and their employer to promote long-term success

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  • Ladder Safety Training

    Ladders, though commonly used around the home and workplace, present a number of hazards that many workers aren’t aware of. Due to the widespread use of ladders, it’s important for everyone to understand their associated hazards and risks as this is the first step in preventing incidents. This Ladder Safety Training course is designed to teach workers safe ladder practices and strategies for preventing ladder-related injuries. – Ladder-related hazards – Types of ladders and their uses – How to choose the right ladder for the job – Components of different ladder types – Ladder inspections and defects – Transportation, setup, use, storage, and maintenance of portable ladders

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  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods - Energy

    In this course you will learn the introduction to TDG, its regulations and proper training, proper documentation, safety marks and means of containment, forbidden goods, exemptions and special provisions as well as immediate reporting and procedures to follow in the event of an emergency. A printable certificate is available upon completion. his online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the course will take between 5-9 hours to complete.

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  • Medical Terminology

    The purpose of the Medical Terminology course is to provide an introduction to the professional language used by those who are directly and indirectly involved with the art of healing. The course will also introduce those not currently invovled in the health care environment to the language of medicine. In addition, the course will provide participants with the basics of human anatomy and physiology. Course is for those involved in medical billing, medical coding, medical administration, emergency responders, public safety professionals, and those who wish to gain a more thorough understanding of medical terms and/or enhance the knowledge base they already have. This online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the timeline for completion will be 12-24 hours. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records.

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  • Fire Safety

    Fire Safety teaches participants the principles of fire prevention and fire safety and identifies appropriate responses in workplace situations involving fire. This course is designed for all employers and workers. This online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the timeline for completion will be 2-4 hours. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records.

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  • Working Together - The Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act

    Learn about your rights and responsibilities under the Code and the AODA and how they affect you at work, in services, and in housing. This online Accessibility for Ontarian’s with Disabilities Act (AODA) course covers the following topics: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: The Code Part 3: Understanding the Duty to Accommodate Part 4: Applying Human Rights Principles Part 5: Compliance and Enforcement This 5-part eLearning series (20 minutes) is for public, private, and not-for-profit sectors and completes the training requirements for section 7 of the Integrated Accessibility Standards of the AODA

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  • Office Ergonomics Training

    This interactive office ergonomics course is designed for employees who spend most of their day working at computer. Upon completion of the course, employees will be able to: Describe the basic concepts of office ergonomics, Describe what a musculoskeletal injury (MSI) and how it can develop if a work station is poorly set up, Recognize the early signs and symptoms of a MSI, Identify risk factors that can be associated with the onset of a MSI, Learn how to minimize their risk of injury at work and at home and improve overall comfort through proper set up of their work station and the use of micro breaks/movement to relieve discomfort.

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  • Violence and Harassment in the Workplace

    Workplace harassment can undermine a person’s dignity. It can prevent workers from doing their job effectively. Workplace harassment, left unchecked, has the potential to escalate in to violent behavior. All workers are entitled to a safe and healthy workplace. The occupational health and safety act sets out the requirements for violence and harassment policies in the workplace. The legislation through Bill 168, effective 2010 and further refined with Bill 132 in 2016, sets out the steps that the employer must take to ensure a safe and equal workplace.

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  • Occupational Health And Safety Awareness For Supervisors in 5 Steps

    The Occupational health and safety awareness training provides a basic understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), and does not replace any sector specific, hazard specific, or competency specific training. This training introduces supervisors to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. It focuses on the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers. It also serves as a general introduction to workplace health and safety. Supervisors can use this free training program as one way to meet the minimum training required by the Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training regulation. The program can be completed using the workbook or the eLearning module.

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  • Lockout/Tagout

    The term “lockout/tagout” refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard workers from the unexpected energizing or start-up of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. Lockout/Tagout explains the importance of lockout/tagout in protecting the health and safety of workers. employers should train ALL workers in the basic concepts of hazardous energy control, including energy isolation, locking and tagging of control devices, verifying de-energization, and clearing danger points before re-energizing equipment. This online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the timeline for completion will be 1.5-3 hours. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records.

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  • Cannabis Awareness

    This is an OSHA-Compliant Training Class for Cannabis Awareness. Quiz questions along the way prepare you for the final written exam. Upon completion, you will be able to print your certificate and wallet card. A checklist will also be made available which can be used by your employer to observe you on the equipment. This Cannabis Awareness course covers the following topics: – Introduction – General – Effects – In the Workplace – Medicinal Use – Addiction – Conclusion

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  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Online

    Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is a hazard communication system designed to ensure workers using hazardous materials, also known as controlled products, have the necessary information to safely handle, store and dispose of these materials. All workers that work with, or in close proximity to, a hazardous material must have WHMIS training. This course meets the legislated worker training requirements for all federal workplaces and for provincial workplaces in all provinces and territories. This online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the timeline for completion will be 3-6 hours. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records.

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  • Incident Investigation Online

    Have you ever heard the old expression that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? We can apply that expression to safety in the case of companies that keep doing the same things over and over but somehow expect that their workplaces will somehow become safer. The bottom line is that we have to look at what we are doing and figure out how we can improve. That is why we have incident investigation and causal analysis! This course will explain how you can turn safety incidents into opportunities for continuous improvement. You will learn about how to gather information, find underlying causes and take corrective actions. This course is intended for all industries and construction employees, including managers

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  • Arc Flash Hazard Awareness

    When an electric current passes through air between ungrounded conductors or between ungrounded conductors and grounded conductors, temperatures can reach levels as high as 20,000°C (35,000°F). Exposure to these extreme temperatures burns the skin directly and ignites clothing, which adds to the burn injury. The majority of hospital admissions due to electrical accidents are from arc flash burns, not from shocks. Each year more than 2,000 people in the United States are admitted to burn centres with severe arc flash burns. Arc flashes can kill at a distance of 3 meters (10 ft). (CSA Z462 Annex K) This course is designed with the intent of educating the participant in the hazards associated with the use of electricity. Whether you are a seasoned journey person, apprentice, engineer, student or manager, this course has been designed with you in mind. CEUs On completion of the course the AWWOA will issue to the registered member 0.3 CEU’s This course has been updated to meet 2018 Arc Flash regulations

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  • Bulldozer (track & wheel dozers) - Operator Safety (OSHA)

    This is an OSHA-Compliant Training Class Online for Bulldozers, both track and wheel dozers which satisfies OSHA’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training. I-CAB Recognized. Quiz questions along the way prepare you for the final written exam. Upon completion, gain access to and print off your test, certificate, and a checklist which can be used by your employer to administer the required practical observation.

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  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods

    Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) introduces participants to the TDG Act and regulations, and explains the requirements for receiving, handling, transporting, and shipping dangerous goods, as well as the appropriate response in emergency situations such as spills or accidents. TDG regulations require that, with few exceptions, all persons engaged in the handling, offering for transport, or transporting of dangerous goods be trained in the aspects of handling such goods. This online course is self-paced. The duration will depend on the individual participant and their prior knowledge of the subject matter. On average, the timeline for completion will be 5-9 hours. Upon successfully completing all modules, there is a printable certificate for your records.

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  • Chainsaw Safety Training

    An online basic chainsaw safety training class for Canada compliance. This course covers basic chain saw safety as it relates to tree trimming, disaster clean-up, forestry and more. I-CAB Recognized. Statistics have shown that there are certain inherent dangers associated with chainsaw operations, even during normal working conditions. A chainsaw can be a very dangerous piece of equipment; most of these injuries and deaths are due to several basic hazards. This course will discuss some of the more common hazards associated with chainsaw operations and show you how to recognize these hazards and avoid them.

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  • Seat Program

    This program seeks to empower young women to think of careers in STEAM and gives young women with interests in Science, Engineering, Artistry and Technology the opportunity to work together on a stems community-based project that will focus on creating positive change for our community. Program Eligibility: 15 to 30 years old Canadian Citizen, Permanent Resident, or Refugee Status Demonstrate necessary skill, aptitudes and commitment to succeed in the program

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  •  Attend this virtual information session to learn about a career as a Personal Support Worker and training opportunities available - Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women

    Attend this virtual information session to learn about a career as a Personal Support Worker and training opportunities available! For registration or more information, please contact us at (519) 915-5588 ext. 209 or ext. 401 or email womenservices@wwwwiw.org

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  • E-Commerce Web Management

    The Web Management for E-Commerce non-credit course is delivered through six consecutive three-hour sessions, focusing on a number of key topics that will provide you with the skills necessary to design and manage an eCommerce website. Each session will include a mix of lectures, real-world case studies and hands-on learning activities. Classes are on Thursdays, starting August 12 and ending September 16.

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  • Introduction to Microsoft Excel

    Introduction to Microsoft Excel is a non-credit online course that dives into the fundamentals of using Microsoft Excel from a practical use perspective. The course covers principles of data collection and analysis, building functional spreadsheets, Excel tools, and macros. Emphasis is placed on practicality; tutorials use the framework of a business case to illustrate the real-world application of course content. Classes occur everyday starting August 16 and ending August 20 2021, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm. Anyone can register!

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  •  Attend this virtual information session to learn about a career as a Personal Support Worker and training opportunities available - Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women

    Attend this virtual information session to learn about a career as a Personal Support Worker and training opportunities available! For registration or more information, please contact us at (519) 915-5588 ext. 209 or ext. 401 or email womenservices@wwwwiw.org

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  • Accelerated Project Management Certificate Level I: Project Management Essentials

    This course covers the fundamentals of project management and is intended for those with no formal training in project management. The course guides learners through an understanding of how to apply the most essential concepts of project management to different types of projects. There are multiple start dates for this course. Anyone can register! Note: Project Management Essentials Level I must be taken before Level II courses in order to complete the Accelerated Project Management Certificate Program. A Prior Learning Assessment may be considered. Contact continue@uwindsor.ca to learn more.

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  • Health Support Worker - Personal Support Worker - The Municipality of Chatham-Kent Employment & Social Services is partnering with SE Career College of Health to provide a HSW-PSW training program available to residents of Chatham-Kent, Sarnia-Lambton, and Windsor-Essex

    Personal Support Worker Student – Health Support Worker-Personal Support Worker (HSW-PSW) Opportunities Earn while you learn! Are you interested in a HSW-PSW career but haven’t had training? This is your opportunity! For more information on the program and how to apply, please visit us at https://www.chatham-kent.ca/community/employmentsupport/Pages/HSW-PSW-Program.aspx The Municipality of Chatham-Kent Employment & Social Services is partnering with SE Career College of Health to provide a HSW-PSW training program available to residents of Chatham-Kent, Sarnia-Lambton, and Windsor-Essex. Upon successful completion of training, you will be eligible for employment as a PSW in both community and long-term care. This program works with employers within Chatham-Kent, Sarnia-Lambton, and Windsor-Essex. Program Summary: The 30-week training program includes online and in-person training to gain skills in Homemaking, Personal Care, Respite and Companion Care, infection control and more. The SE PSW program meets or exceeds the Ontario Personal support Worker Program Standard (20014, Queen’s Printer for Ontario) and is registered and approved by the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. Students have the opportunity to be paid to attend school during the first four weeks and earn a pay cheque with their sponsoring employer while they complete the 26 week PSW program. After training, students will continue…

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  • Y Works Employment Program

    Y Works Employment Program run by the YMCA Windsor-Essex County. We are currently recruiting for our next cohort that starts August 23rd. Y Works is a 17 week employment training program (5 weeks paid training, 12 week employment opportunity). -Between ages 15-30 years old -Not currently enrolled in school -Not currently working -Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or granted refugee status -Be able to commit 32.5 hours per week Any interested individuals can reach out to me at ray.kurniawan@swo.ymca.ca  

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  • Canada's Ozone Layer Protection Awareness Program (ODP Certification)

    Previously known as “CFC/HCFC/HFC Control in the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry” Training Program, this new course will provide the same certification that is required to purchase and handle refrigerants across Canada, frequently known as ODS (Ozone Depletion Substances) or ODP (Ozone Depletion Prevention) certification. This course is for individuals who are involved with the handling, storing, maintaining, or disposing of refrigerant. Course material from the Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) will be covered followed by a written examination. A wallet-size certificate will be issued by the HRAI based on a passing mark of 75%. Course tuition Course is 1 day, 7 hours. Fees listed include examination fee and course materials.

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  • Pre-Apprenticeship Program for Cooks

    Train in the exciting & fast-paced restaurant industry and take the steps to become an apprentice. This 21-week program offered through the Unemployed Help Centre comes at NO COST to qualified participants and combines in-class and in-kitchen learning with an industry-specific work placement in order to prepare successful candidates for a career. Self-motivated applicants who have a willingness to learn must have a Grade 12 diploma and proof of SIN and date of birth. Take the initiative and sign up today! Please contact the centre to be registered for a general information session. Deadline to apply is Aug. 30, 2021. Session begins September 13, 2021. Space is limited. 6955 Cantelon Dr., Windsor, ON N8T 3J9 519.944.4900 ext. 125 sreid_rathwell@uhc.ca  

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  • Literacy and Basic Skills Classes start in September - South Essex Community Council 

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  • Cashier and Customer Service Training - Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women

    Learn customer services kills and how to operate a cash register in these interactive workshops! 1368 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, Ontario N8X 1J9 For registration or more information, please contact us at (519) 915-5588 ext. 209 or ext. 401 womenservices@wwwwiw.org

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  • Empowering Women for Employment - Women's Enterprise Skills Training Inc.

    Are you a newcomer woman? • Having trouble finding a job? • Looking to build skills, confidence & connections? PROGRAM OFFERS: • 8 weeks full-time training in Employability, Computer, Public Speaking, WHMIS, CPR/First Aid; and Networking opportunities with local employers & professionals. • 5 week work placement • Childcare & Transportation assistance (for eligible participants) PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY: • Newcomer Women (Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee) • High School Completion (Either in Canada or Outside Canada) • Language Proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark 5+) For more information or to register, contact: Britney Pinell, britney@westofwindsor.com Monday – Friday September 13 – November 5, 2021 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Where: Through a virtual training platform

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  • French as a Second Language Program

    Learn French at a francophone college! French as a Second Language Courses available at Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. We focus on oral communication so you can SPEAK French! Classes are small-sized and very interactive to ensure participation and offer opportunities to improve conversational skills. Courses are typically once a week in the evening for a total of 15 weeks per semester. Whether you want to learn French or improve your French language skills to help your children/students, apply for a bilingual job, starting or finishing Teachers College or for travel: this is the right program for you! You can call or text us at 226-759-5821, write to fcwindsor@collegeboreal.ca, or chat with us through Facebook Messenger (Collège Boréal Windsor page).

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  • W5 Women Skills Training Project

    Cashier and Customer Service Stream WHAT? The W5 Women Skills Training Project- Cashier and Customer Service Stream offers skills training workshops on topics including workplace communication, customer service skills, retail, cash register training, WHMIS, Canadian workplace culture, and workplace hygiene and health. WHEN? The next session will begin on September 13, 2021. It is a two-week program consisting of six, one-hour sessions (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 2:00-3:00 p.m.). ELIGIBILITY: Women, CLB level 2+ REGISTRATION: Please call (519) 915-5588 ext. 209 or ext. 401 or email womenservices@wwwwiw.org

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  • Empowering Women for Employment Program (EWE)

    Funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the Empowering Women for Employment (EWE) Program offers eligible newcomer women the opportunity to enhance their employable skills, build confidence and professional connections to support labour market entry. The program consists of 8-weeks training, followed by a 5-week work placement. The programs interactive training includes skill building in workshops including: Business Communication, Customer Service, Employment Skills, Public Speaking, Computer Training, Networking Skills, Industry-Tours, WHMIS, CPR/First Aid Certification, and Financial Security. Eligible participants include: – Newcomer Women (Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee) – High School Completion (Either in Canada or Outside Canada) – Language Proficiency (Canadian Language Benchmark 5+)

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  • MCC Youth Work Ready Program

    This program will provide training, certification & job opportunities for youth (between ages 18-24) who face barriers entering the Canadian skilled trade’s job market. The program will incorporate both pre-employment components involving resume, interview preparation classes and employment components involving job-specific training and certification.

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  • ITBM 7101 - Foundations of International Trade

    Through a series of readings, videos, assignments and online discussion boards you will learn how preferential trade agreements (PTAs) and other forms of international cooperation impact the movement of goods, people and services across borders and what they are not designed to do when it comes to border management. This online asynchronous module will include the following topics: Customs, immigration, and regulatory compliance for trade. Customs administration; rules of origin, immigration for business; regulatory compliance, trade in services; establishing business in another country; anti-human smuggling, anti-corrupt practices. Trade agreements and supranational institutions: WTO history, major trade blocs; structure of PTAs, WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement, regional border cooperation.

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  • Foundations of International Trade

    Through a series of readings, videos, assignments and online discussion boards you will learn how preferential trade agreements (PTAs) and other forms of international cooperation impact the movement of goods, people and services across borders and what they are not designed to do when it comes to border management. Classes start September 20 and end November 12 2021. Anyone can register!

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on the engagement of self-reflection and improvement. Students will reflect individually and collaboratively to both model effective learning and to enhance their own understanding of the practices of the IB programs and their role in promoting international education. Students will develop and articulate a personal, independent and critical stance in relation to contrasting perspectives on issues, policies, and developments in the IB programs. Students will demonstrate their review practice and identify where improvements can be made. Collaborative engagement will present opportunities and possibilities for professional learning with fellow international educators, within their schools and throughout the globe. Course Outline This course has three primary domains: • The principles and processes of reflective practice • Collaborative working, planning, implementation, and evaluation • The use of information and communication technology to support the building of communities of practice.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning Community

    In-service students will participate in an online Professional Learning Community (PLC) during their final term of course work. The Professional Learning Community will be administered by a Faculty Advisor. Course Outline The PLC will require a minimum of one hour of commitment each week during the course work. The PLC will include discussions on (but not limited to): Impact of course work on teaching practice Insights gained from course work

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning (DP)

    This course focuses on the engagement of self-reflection and improvement. Students will reflect individually and collaboratively to both model effective learning and to enhance their own understanding of the practices of the IB programmes and their role in promoting international education. Students will develop and articulate a personal, independent and critical stance in relation to contrasting perspectives on issues, policies, and developments in the IB programmes. Students will demonstrate their review practice and identify where improvements can be made. Collaborative engagement will present opportunities and possibilities for professional learning with fellow international educators, within their schools and throughout the globe. Course Outline This course has three primary domains: • The principles and processes of reflective practice • Collaborative working, planning, implementation, and evaluation • The use of information and communication technology to support the building of communities of practice.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Assessment and Evaluation (DP)

    This course focuses on participants being able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of assessment practices both in terms of formative and summative processes. Note*: This course has five primary domains: • the principles of assessment; • developing assessment strategies; • designing assessment tasks and rubrics; • differentiation of assessment; • and effective feedback.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Curriculum Processes (DP)

    This course focuses on the learner and learning in relation to developing knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes in their students. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the IB programme curriculum frameworks and the processes that underpin them. Students will develop practical knowledge of how the IB programmes are designed, interpreted and implemented. This course has four primary domains: a focus on international education and the role and philosophy of the IB programmes; the development of curriculum frameworks (aims and objectives); curriculum and instructional design; and curriculum articulation. NOTE: This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. However, for those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you first complete IEC 001 – Teaching and Learning before enrolling in this course. Once registration is submitted, students must specify their intended DP specialization: -Studies in Language and Literature -Language Acquisition -Individuals and Society -Sciences -Mathematics -The Arts

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Teaching and Learning (DP)

    This course provides an overview of international education and the role of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in determining principles, standards and practices for the K-12 continuum. This course introduces the nature of inquiry, the role of standards and assessment in formulating instruction in IB settings. Course Outline This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. For those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you start the program by enrolling in this course. Diploma Programme (DP) students must specify their intended subject group specialization: -Studies in language and literature -Language acquisition -Individuals and societies -Sciences -Mathematics -The arts

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Curriculum Processes (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on the learner and learning in relation to developing knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes in their students. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the IB’s program curriculum frameworks and the processes that underpin them. Students will develop practical knowledge of how the IB programs are designed, interpreted and implemented. This course has four primary domains: a focus on international education and the role and philosophy of the IB programs, the development of curriculum frameworks (aims and objectives), curriculum and instructional design and curriculum articulation. Course Outline Candidates who may take this course during this semester are: Year 1 Teacher Candidates (pre-service) Year 2 Teacher Candidates (pre-service) Any qualified teachers (in-service) Students must specify their intended specialization: • Primary Years Programme (PYP) • Middle Years Programme (MYP)

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Assessment and Evaluation (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on participants being able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of assessment practices both in terms of formative and summative processes. Note*: This course has five primary domains: • the principles of assessment; • developing assessment strategies; • designing assessment tasks and rubrics; • differentiation of assessment; • and effective feedback.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Teaching and Learning (PYP/MYP)

    This course provides an overview of international education and the role of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in determining principles, standards and practices for the K-12 continuum. This course introduces the nature of inquiry, the role of standards and assessment in formulating instruction in IB settings. Course Outline This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. For those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you start the program by enrolling in this course. Once registration is submitted, students must specify their intended specialization: Primary Years Programme (PYP) Middle Years Programme (MYP)

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  • E-Commerce Operations

    The E-Commerce Operations non-credit course is delivered through six consecutive three-hour sessions, each one focusing on key topics that will provide you with the skills necessary to manage operations. This course will cover many topics, including but not limited to e-commerce business models and monetization strategy, choosing an e-commerce model and what to sell, creating an e-commerce business plan. Classes are on Saturdays starting September 25 and ending October 30 2021.

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  • Additional Qualification Music-Instrumental (Strings) Part I

    The purpose of the Additional Qualification Course: Music – Instrumental (Strings) Part 1 is to develop the skills and knowledge of the candidates in the development, delivery, and assessment of string music instrumental studies (violin or ukulele). The Additional Qualification Course: Music – Instrumental (Strings) Part 1 supports the expectations outlined in the Ministry of Education curriculum policy documents and other Ministry of Education policies. Note*: There is a requirement to have or rent a violin and a ukulele for this course. The candidate may wish to consider contacting a music store in order to rent these instruments.

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  • Additional Basic Qualification Visual Arts-Senior Division

    Topic includes: (1) exploring and responding to the perceptual and graphic motor stages of development exploring learning theories and the individual learning strengths, styles and needs of students; (2) exploring how art movements and historical periods emerge and evolve (for example, ideas, values, beliefs, and technologies); (3) exploring the social, political and cultural implications of art; (4) exploring how the elements and principles of design can symbolize different meanings across a variety of times and cultures (for example, the use of pattern and line in Native art, pictographs, hieroglyphics, and carpet patterns); (5) exploring different interpretations of creativity; (6) exploring multiple venues for showcasing art (ways that art gets out into the world); and (7) exploring how students’ lived experiences, development, strengths, inquiries, interests, and needs can inform program planning, development and implementation. This course requires prerequisites: (1) A “Certificate of Qualification” showing basic qualifications in two divisions: i.e. Primary, Junior, Intermediate, or Senior. Candidates with an Interim Certificate may have additional criteria for registration as required by the Ontario College of Teachers; (2) “Certificate of Qualification” is in good standing; (3) Transcript confirming FIVE full (or equivalent) university course in the teaching subject. For candidates who already hold a…

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  • LEAD 7101 - Applied Leadership Program

    This is not a typical leadership course. Learners will be coached by industry experts across a variety of disciplines, in real-time, to gain practical experience and develop an individual leadership philosophy and style. Participants will be challenged to inspire action in others by practicing hands-on tactics and acquiring the necessary skills to lead resilient teams to successful outcomes, culminating in an industry-sponsored capstone project. Program Introduction Intro to Project Management: -Phases of a Project Framework -Successful Project Criteria -Triple Constraints -Developing a Project Charter and Schedule -Risk Management Identification -Best Practices to Communicate to a Group -Managing Costs, Schedule and Scope -Ethically Managing Projects -Closing the Project -Traits of a Good PM *see link for more*

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  • Applied Leadership

    This is not a typical leadership course. In just eight, half-day modules, learners will be coached by industry experts across a variety of disciplines, in real-time, to gain practical experience and develop an individual leadership philosophy and style. Participants will be challenged to inspire action in others by practicing hands-on tactics and acquiring the necessary skills to lead resilient teams to successful outcomes, culminating in an industry-sponsored capstone project. Classes are on Fridays starting October 15 and ending December 3 2021, from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm. Anyone can register!

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  • Cashier and Customer Service Training - Windsor Women Working With Immigrant Women

    Learn customer service skills and how to operate a cash register in these interactive workshops! 1368 Ouellette Ave., Windsor, Ontario N8X 1J9 For registration or more information, please contact us at (519) 915-5588 ext. 209 or ext. 401 womenservices@wwwwiw.org

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  • Accelerated Project Management Certificate Level II Courses

    This unique program provides a comprehensive overview of project management, from examining the fundamentals to gaining enhanced skills. The courses within this are as follows: Project Communication & Stakeholder Management, Managing Variances: Cost & Schedule Fundamentals, Introduction to Agile Project Management, Managing Project Risk, Leading Project-Driven change. Choice of electives include: Defining and Managing Project Requirements, Procurement and Contract Management, Project Closeout Best Practices. There are multiple start dates for each course. Anyone can register! Note: Project Management Essentials must be taken prior to taking Level II Project Management courses. The Accelerated Project Management Certificate will be issued upon completion of Level I and Level II courses.

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  • Alternative Dispute Resolution Workshop

    Conflict resolution skills are always important. In difficult times, they become crucial. Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) techniques help people to resolve conflict by cultivating cooperation and understanding. It enhances people’s ability to find solutions to challenging problems without creating further conflict. Above all, it seeks to protect the relationship while solving the problem. It is also the tool used by mediators to resolve conflicts. You will learn how to use Principled Negotiation, developed at Harvard, and learn how to mediate disputes. You will develop the practical skills and techniques you need to resolve disputes effectively and with confidence. Graduates receive a certificate from the University of Windsor Law School.

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  • ITBM7102 - Trade Finance

    Financial transactions accompany the movement of goods and services around the world. Understanding how finance links with logistics helps learners navigate the global circulation of commerce. This online, asynchronous module will include the following topics: Global payments: Contracting (letters of credit, open account), payment systems (SWIFT, etc), new technologies (distributed ledger technology), foreign exchange and regulatory compliance Trade Finance Instruments: Letters of credit, supply chain finance (factoring, etc.), risk mitigation (trade insurance, hedging), Fintech Innovations and anti-money laundering

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  • Trade Finance

    Financial transactions accompany the movement of goods and services around the world. Understanding how finance links with logistics helps learners navigate the global circulation of commerce. Classes start January 10 2022 and end March 4 2022. Anyone can register!

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Teaching and Learning (DP)

    This course provides an overview of international education and the role of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in determining principles, standards and practices for the K-12 continuum. This course introduces the nature of inquiry, the role of standards and assessment in formulating instruction in IB settings. Course Outline This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. For those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you start the program by enrolling in this course. Diploma Programme (DP) students must specify their intended subject group specialization: -Studies in language and literature -Language acquisition -Individuals and societies -Sciences -Mathematics -The arts

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Teaching and Learning (PYP/MYP)

    This course provides an overview of international education and the role of the International Baccalaureate (IB) in determining principles, standards and practices for the K-12 continuum. This course introduces the nature of inquiry, the role of standards and assessment in formulating instruction in IB settings. Course Outline This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. For those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you start the program by enrolling in this course. Once registration is submitted, students must specify their intended specialization: Primary Years Programme (PYP) Middle Years Programme (MYP)

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning Community

    In-service students will participate in an online Professional Learning Community (PLC) during their final term of course work. The Professional Learning Community will be administered by a Faculty Advisor. Course Outline The PLC will require a minimum of one hour of commitment each week during the course work. The PLC will include discussions on (but not limited to): Impact of course work on teaching practice Insights gained from course work

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on the engagement of self-reflection and improvement. Students will reflect individually and collaboratively to both model effective learning and to enhance their own understanding of the practices of the IB programs and their role in promoting international education. Students will develop and articulate a personal, independent and critical stance in relation to contrasting perspectives on issues, policies, and developments in the IB programs. Students will demonstrate their review practice and identify where improvements can be made. Collaborative engagement will present opportunities and possibilities for professional learning with fellow international educators, within their schools and throughout the globe. Course Outline This course has three primary domains: • The principles and processes of reflective practice • Collaborative working, planning, implementation, and evaluation • The use of information and communication technology to support the building of communities of practice.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Professional Learning (DP)

    This course focuses on the engagement of self-reflection and improvement. Students will reflect individually and collaboratively to both model effective learning and to enhance their own understanding of the practices of the IB programmes and their role in promoting international education. Students will develop and articulate a personal, independent and critical stance in relation to contrasting perspectives on issues, policies, and developments in the IB programmes. Students will demonstrate their review practice and identify where improvements can be made. Collaborative engagement will present opportunities and possibilities for professional learning with fellow international educators, within their schools and throughout the globe. Course Outline This course has three primary domains: • The principles and processes of reflective practice • Collaborative working, planning, implementation, and evaluation • The use of information and communication technology to support the building of communities of practice.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Assessment and Evaluation (DP)

    This course focuses on participants being able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of assessment practices both in terms of formative and summative processes. Note*: This course has five primary domains: • the principles of assessment; • developing assessment strategies; • designing assessment tasks and rubrics; • differentiation of assessment; • and effective feedback.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Curriculum Processes (DP)

    This course focuses on the learner and learning in relation to developing knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes in their students. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the IB programme curriculum frameworks and the processes that underpin them. Students will develop practical knowledge of how the IB programmes are designed, interpreted and implemented. This course has four primary domains: a focus on international education and the role and philosophy of the IB programmes; the development of curriculum frameworks (aims and objectives); curriculum and instructional design; and curriculum articulation. NOTE: This course is open to all students eligible for the International Educator Certificate program. However, for those who are commencing their teacher education program (e.g., Ontario B.Ed. Year 1 students), it is highly recommended that you first complete IEC 001 – Teaching and Learning before enrolling in this course. Once registration is submitted, students must specify their intended DP specialization: -Studies in Language and Literature -Language Acquisition -Individuals and Society -Sciences -Mathematics -The Arts”

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Assessment and Evaluation (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on participants being able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of assessment practices both in terms of formative and summative processes. Note*: This course has five primary domains: • the principles of assessment; • developing assessment strategies; • designing assessment tasks and rubrics; • differentiation of assessment; • and effective feedback.

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  • International Educator Certificate for International Baccalaureate (IB) Qualification - Curriculum Processes (PYP/MYP)

    This course focuses on the learner and learning in relation to developing knowledge, understanding, skills, and attitudes in their students. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the IB’s program curriculum frameworks and the processes that underpin them. Students will develop practical knowledge of how the IB programs are designed, interpreted and implemented. This course has four primary domains: a focus on international education and the role and philosophy of the IB programs, the development of curriculum frameworks (aims and objectives), curriculum and instructional design and curriculum articulation. Course Outline Candidates who may take this course during this semester are: Year 1 Teacher Candidates (pre-service) Year 2 Teacher Candidates (pre-service) Any qualified teachers (in-service) Students must specify their intended specialization: • Primary Years Programme (PYP) • Middle Years Programme (MYP)

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  • Additional Qualification Music-Instrumental (Strings) Part I

    The purpose of the Additional Qualification Course: Music – Instrumental (Strings) Part 1 is to develop the skills and knowledge of the candidates in the development, delivery, and assessment of string music instrumental studies (violin or ukulele). The Additional Qualification Course: Music – Instrumental (Strings) Part 1 supports the expectations outlined in the Ministry of Education curriculum policy documents and other Ministry of Education policies. Note*: There is a requirement to have or rent a violin and a ukulele for this course. The candidate may wish to consider contacting a music store in order to rent these instruments.

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  • ITBM7103 - Trade Logistics

    The cross-border movement of goods is a complex maze of transportation modes, infrastructure, legal documents, financial tools and tracking of shipments. This online, asynchronous module will include the following topics: Global logistics including end-to-end supply chain, major players, intelligent transportation systems International infrastructure including crossings, ports, airports, procurement and finance, belt and road. Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to: -identify major modes of global freight movement and advantages and disadvantages -show how all discreet links in the physical supply chain are not only interconnected but also interdependent -understand how to conduct a review of global supply chain partners including freight forwarders, brokers, carriers, couriers and internal staff on import and export requirements -assess and prepare the correct government license applications when required for select export and import transactions -maintain Customs records in accordance with relevant Customs legislation throughout an international supply chain -assess how the quality, capacity and maintenance of transport infrastructure affects the disadvantages and advantages of using different modes of transportation throughout a supply chain -understand the decision-making process that leads to government and private sector investment in major international infrastructure projects, including policy imperatives and economic impacts.

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  • Trade Logistics

    The cross-border movement of goods is a complex maze of transportation modes, infrastructure, legal documents, financial tools and tracking of shipments. Classes start March 21 and end May 13 2022. Anyone can register!

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  • ITBM7104 - Border Management

    Take this offering to understand how businesses manage the process of clearing borders and how border agencies enforce customs and immigration laws and protect public safety at ports of entry. This online, asynchronous module will include the following topics on Border Management: 1. Agencies, policies and functions, operational security, immigration, duty collection and emerging technologies 2. Traders, compliance management, foreign trade zones, intermediaries (customs brokers, trade law) Upon successful completion of this module, you will be able to: -Explain the roles, responsibilities and day to day operations of border agencies at ports of entry, how they have been successful in executing on their mandates and where global pressures (financial, movement of people) have constrained their ability to carry out their work -Understand the role of a liaison among internal businesses groups such as IT, legal, sales, logistics, asset management, operations and others to ensure proper adherence to laws and regulations that impact cross-border business -Know and understand methods for managing and mitigating risk related to cross-border transactions involving movement of people, services, goods and funds -know keys to liaising with Customs and Immigration Agencies and other applicable government agencies relative to conducting cross-border business *see link for more*

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