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ACCE 011 Job Readiness I

Understanding and development of positive work habits and job readiness skills to meet employer and industry expectations. Topics include safety, work habits, attendance, grooming, following directions, work attitudes, self assessment, goal setting, and WHMIS certification.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 015 Tutorial Support I

Individualized instruction, development of study skills, and tutorial support to meet individual learning needs.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 019 Tutorial I

Individualized instruction and tutorial support to develop self awareness and build an individual vocational plan.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 021 Life Skills I

Understand and practice positive social skills necessary for workplace and personal success. Topics include respect, self-awareness, global and community responsibility, healthy boundaries, and healthy relationships. Also includes WorldHost Level I certification.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 022 Health and Wellness I

An exploration of basic human health and how the human body functions. Topics include ways to prevent disease through healthy diet and exercise; understanding health through physical, mental and emotional domains; and examination of implications of disability.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 023 Problem-Solving Seminar I

Students participate in a twice weekly seminar to learn and practice effective problem-solving skills. Topics and discussion are based on issues and experiences arising from the work setting.

Prerequisite: Admission to the Employment and Life Skills Training program.

ACCE 025 Skills for Life and Work I

Development of life skills required for successful employment and independence. Topics include social skills, self esteem, self awareness, and their relation to career choices.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 031 Vocational Training I

Supported hands-on training in specific entry-level job skills within the service industry. Units include safety, retail, supermarket, and food preparation/restaurant skills. Includes assessment of skills, interests, abilities, and appropriate working conditions. Emphasis is on strong work habits in conjunction with essential skill development.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 037 Worksite Training I

Hands-on practical training in work habis, and practice in supervised group work experiences in a variety of settings. Completion of a vocational assessment of skills, interests and abilities.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 038 Worksite Training II

A continuation of ACCE 037, building increased independence and exposure to a variety of work settings.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 039 Worksite Training III

Supervised and supported individual work placements, providing opportunity to apply and practice skills for employment with increasing independence.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 051 Job Readiness II

A continuation of ACCE 011. Topics include integration of work experience; career goal setting; skills and barriers; employment standards; union memberships; labour market; and workplace etiquette. Emphasis on team skills.

Prerequisite: ACCE 011 or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

ACCE 052 Communication

Development of communication skills required in the workplace, including verbal and non-verbal communication, listening, written communication, sending and receiving clear messages, and giving and receiving feedback. Students learn and practice successful interview skills.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 053 Service Industry Skills

Development of specific skills for work in a variety of settings in the service industry. Certificates offered include Food Safe, Serving It Right, and World Host Level II.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 054 Job Search Skills

Development of effective job search skills and strategies including resumes, references, networking, job leads, telephone and in-person contacts, interviews, letters, and applications.

Prerequisite: Admission to program or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

ACCE 055 Tutorial Support II

Individualized instruction, development of study skills, and tutorial support to meet individual learning needs.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ACCE 056 Job Search

Development of effective job search skills and strategies, including resumes, references, networking, job leads, telephone and in-person contacts, interviews, letters and applications.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 059 Tutorial II

Individualized instruction and tutorial support to meet individual learning needs and develop transition/exit plans.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 061 Life Skills II

A continuation of ACCE 021. Development of skills for transition into successful independent living including types of accommodation, budgeting, use of community resources, Canada's Food Guide, and basic food preparation within a limited budget.

Prerequisite: ACCE 021 or permission of instructor or permssion of Department Chair.

ACCE 062 Health and Wellness II

A continuation of ACCE 022. An in-depth look at practical and positive lifestyle choices to improve and maintain physical, mental, and emotional health. Students will implement and practice a set of personal strategies for improved health specific to their needs.

Prerequisite: ACCE 022 or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

ACCE 063 Problem-Solving Seminar II

Students participate in a twice weekly seminar continuing to learn and practice effective problem-solving skills introduced in the Level I course. Topics and discussion are based on issues and experiences arising from work placements.

Prerequisite: ACCE 023.

ACCE 065 Skills for Life and Work II

A continuation of ACCE 025. Topics include problem solving, decision making, anger management, and conflict resolution within a variety of relationships.

Prerequisite: Assessment and permission to register.

ACCE 071 Vocational Training II

Continutation of ACCE 031. Independent work experience based on vocational profile developed in ACCE 031. Employer led training based on industry standards for competitive employment.

Prerequisite: ACCE 031 or permission of the instructor or permission of Department Chair.

ACCE 074 Supported Job Search

An opportunity to develop job search techniques, supported with a supervised work experience.

Prerequisite: Admission to program or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

ACCP 001 Program Orientation

An orientation to the VIU campus, services, and the Employment and Life Skills Training Program, including an overview of expectations and preparation for study. Organization of materials and supplies needed for coursework. Required for all new students.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

COST 020 Computer Studies - Fundamental

Introduction to computers, designed primarily for students with little or no computer experience. Emphasizes keyboarding and word processing.

Prerequisite: ENGL 016 or permission of instructor.

COST 030 Computer Studies - Intermediate Level

This is an introductory course designed to give students basic computer skills that they can use in both the college and work environment.

Prerequisite: ENGL 020 or equivalent assessment.

COST 047 Computer Studies 11 - Advanced

An exploration of computers and applications, designed for students with basic computer skills. Topics may include introduction to computer hardware, Windows, word processing, the internet, spreadsheet and database applications, and electronic mail.

Prerequisite: ENGL 037 or permission of instructor.

COST 067 Computer Studies 12-Provincial

Practical study of computer applications and skills, and how to apply them to effectively solve problems in academic, work and personal lives. Instruction modules include a minimum of two of the following topics: information technology, publishing/presentation, advanced spreadsheets, database management, networking, programming, graphics, online technologies, web publishing.

Prerequisite: Min. "C+" in COST 047 or permission of instructor.

ENGL 001 Reading for Life and Work I

Essential skills in workplace literacy required for employment. Topics may include reading, writing, and following instructions and directions; understanding labels on food, clothing, products, and medicines; interpreting signs and notices; reading and understanding guidelines and regulations; and recognizing and understanding safety signs/symbols.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

ENGL 002 Reading for Life and Work II

A continuation of ENGL 001, developing essential skills for workplace literacy for employment in the service industry.

Prerequisite: ENGL 001 or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

MATH 001 Math for Life and Work I

Essential math skill development necessary for employment and independent living. Topics include basic math functions/operations and employability skills in money handling, time management, measurement, and organizational skills for the workplace.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

MATH 002 Math for Life and Work II

A continuation of MATH 001. Development of essential math skills necessary for competitive employment in the service industry.

Prerequisite: MATH 001 or permission of instructor or permission of Department Chair.

 

Workplace Essential Skills

CMCN 001 Building Support Systems

This course is intended to assist students to solidify personal and community support that will enhance their working and living.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

CMCN 002 Math for Independence

This course is designed to enhance math skills for living successfully in the community. Emphasis will include household skills and money management.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

CMCN 003 Next Steps: Transitional Planning

This course is designed to familiarize students with significant and relevant community resources and employers. Students will participate in three video-taped mock job interviews. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared to handle one-on-one job interviews and be able to answer commonly asked interview questions.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

Co-requisites: CMCN 005.

CMCN 004 Becoming a Citizen of the World

This course is intended to enhance students' awareness and engagement in community issues. Topics will include volunteerism, social responsibility, and personal contributions to community.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

CMCN 005 Computers: Community Research

This course is designed to work in conjunction with Next Steps: Transitional Planning (CMCN 003). Students will research potential jobs and identify essential skills required for those jobs, research potential companies and employers, and create/modify employment portfolios (employment packages). Students will identify and create a targeted hot list of potential employers.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

Co-requisites: CMCN 003.

CMCN 006 Community Connections Seminar

This course is designed to provide practical and tutorial support for Math for Independence (CMCN 002), Next Steps: Transitional Planning (CMCN 003), and Becoming a Citizen of the World (CMCN 004) course work.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 5: Community Connections.

CMCN 007 Community Connections Practicum

Students will explore community worksites to identify fields of interest. They will have opportunities to arrange a work experience placement with instructor guidance and support. Individual work placements provide students with practical assessments of their performance by employers and instructors. This course also explores entrepreneurial and business management skills.

Prerequisite: Prior success in certificate program or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Criminal record check may be required.

CUSV 001 Problem Solving Seminar

The emphasis in this seminar is demonstrating and practicing good customer service skills introduced throughout this module. Emphasis will be placed on applying the problem solving model and the decision making model to solve challenging customer service issues.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 002 Employment Standards & Human Rights

This course will provide students with an understanding of their rights and responsibilities as an employee in British Columbia.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 003 Numeracy Applications

This course is designed to introduce and solidify basic math applications. Participants will be introduced to basic operations, problem solving, working with time, money recognition (paper and coin), reading numbers, using a calculator, and cash register etiquette.

Prerequisite: Accepted in Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 004 Workplace Communication

Students will be introduced to the basics of communication skills. Emphasis will be placed on verbal and non-verbal communication: appropriate greetings/introductions, use of eye contact, non-verbal behaviour, and listening skills will be practised as a prerequisite to job interview skills. Topics covered include: handling criticism and conflict,

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 005 World Host

Students will learn and practice specific skills that will allow them to provide exceptional customer service. Students will participate in a workshop called "World Host" and upon successful participation, attendance, and assessment, students will receive a World Host certificate.

Prerequisite: Accepted in Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 006 Introduction to MS Word

This course is designed to give students an introduction to the basic functions of MSWord. Students will learn how to create and manipulate documents (letters, memos, announcements and posters) using this widely popular software application.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 2: Customer Service.

CUSV 007 Customer Service Practicum

This course provides students with opportunities to explore entry-level employment through hands-on practice in customer service settings. Students develop skills that enable them to consistently demonstrate appropriate workplace behaviors and shape their attitudes to workplace performance standards, including issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Accepted in Module 2: Customer Service.

REFS 001 Retail Math

This course is designed to introduce and solidify basic math applications. Participants will be introduced to basic operations, problem solving, working with time, money recognition (paper and coin), reading numbers, using a calculator, and cash register etiquette.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 3: Retail and Food Services.

REFS 002 Food Safety: Food Safe

This course is designed to teach students proper food safe handling techniques, including proper food handling, sanitizing and work safety for front-line food service workers (cooks, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and deli workers). Important topics in food safety and worker safety (food borne illnesses, receiving and storing food, preparing and serving food, cleaning and sanitizing) are covered.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 3: Retail and Food Services.

REFS 003 World Citizens: Food Issues

This course is designed to build connections between students and food sources, food issues and nutrition on a variety of levels. Emphasis will be on food origins, organic and industrial farming, shopping locally, and managing food waste as they relate to sustainability.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 3: Retail and Food Services.

REFS 004 Food Service Skills Application

This course is designed to use learned outcomes from Food Safe and World Citizens (i.e. food safety, food waste management, and nutritional practices) in a variety of practical applications.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 3: Retail and Food Services.

REFS 005 Advanced Word

Students will be introduced to more advanced features of MSWord such as tables, tabs, headers, footers, inserting, columns and multiple-paged documents

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 3 and permission of instructor.

REFS 006 Retail and Food Services Seminar

This course is designed to provide practical and tutorial support for Food Safe, Retail Math, World Citizens Food Issues and Food Service Application course work.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 3: Retail and Food Services.

REFS 007 Retail and Food Services Practicum

This course provides students with opportunities to experience the expectations of entry-level employment through hands-on practice. The course includes an individual work placement that develops confidence and independence in the workplace. The course explores issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Prior success in certificate program or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Criminal record check may be required.

SKIP 001 Linking Learning to Life

This course is designed to prepare students' move from the educational setting into independent working and living.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 6: Skills for Independence.

Co-requisites: SKIP 003.

SKIP 002 Strategies for Employment

This course is designed to teach students the skills necessary to seek employment and secure a job. Emphasis will include job search techniques and interview skills. The roles of employment agencies such as Canada Employment Agency and other community resources will be reviewed.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 6: Skills for Independence.

SKIP 003 Living On Your Own

This course is designed to provide concrete tools for managing independence.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 6: Skills for Independence.

Co-requisites: SKIP 001.

SKIP 004 Intro to Excel/Database

This course will introduce students to basic spreadsheets. Students will create basic spreadsheets using simple mathematic operations, formulas and functions. Students will create a personal budget and an employer database.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 6: Skills for Independence.

SKIP 005 Skills for Independence Practicum

Students will transfer knowledge learned in the classroom to practices in the workplace. Students will also be connected with community agencies (for example, HRDC, NYS, Volunteer Centre) and participate in a minimum of three field trips.

Prerequisite: Prior success in certificate program or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Criminal record check may be required.

Co-requisites: SKIP 002.

TRIN 001 Serving It Right

Students will develop specific skills in order to serve alcohol responsibly. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive a `Serving It Right' Certificate.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 4: Transition into Independence.

TRIN 002 Workplace Documents

Students will create a Job Portfolio (Employment Package) to be used as a job search tool. Students will also learn how to effectively complete job search related forms such as application forms and TD-1 forms.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 4: Transition into Independence.

TRIN 003 Workplace Reading

This course is designed to enhance students' workplace literacy skills. Content includes reading, understanding, and interpreting workplace documents.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 4: Transition into Independence.

TRIN 004 Workplace Writing

This course is designed to enhance students' workplace literacy skills with a focus on writing for the workplace. Students will also be introduced to basic English punctuation and sentence composition.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 4: Transitions into Independence.

TRIN 005 Intro to PowerPoint

This course will introduce students to PowerPoint and applications of the program. Students will create and present multiple presentations using basic features of PowerPoint.

Prerequisite: Accepted in Module 4: Transition into Independence.

TRIN 006 Workplace Literacy Seminar

This course is designed to provide practical and tutorial support for Serving It Right, Workplace Documents, Workplace Reading, and Workplace Writing course work.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 4: Transition into Independence.

TRIN 007 Transition to Independence Practicum

This course provides students guided opportunities to practice and develop workplace skills in independent workplace settings. Individual work placements enable students to experience assessments of their performance by employers and instructors, while focusing on shaping attitudes to workplace performance standards and working independently; includes issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Prior success in certificate program or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Criminal record check may be required.

WDYP 001 Numeracy for Life and Work 1

Math is an essential skill in all areas of life. This course will focus on developing students' comfort with working with numbers and basic mathematical skills.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WDYP 002 Health and the Workplace 1

Concepts of health and work are explored in the context of work and personal life. Human health and how the body works are discussed, including disease and how to prevent illness, healthy diet and exercise, and understanding physical health. Discussions on health in relation to individual disabilities will also occur.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WDYP 003 Workplace Readiness 1 Practicum

This workplace training experience introduces students to knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable them to develop appropriate workplace behaviors. The focus is on shaping attitudes necessary to be successful in the workplace, including becoming aware of the importance of workplace safety. This course also explores issues of workplace stamina.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WDYP 004 Your Life and the World Around You

Students build on individual and core life skills. They will be encouraged to be reflective and sincere about understanding self to gain insight and be a better community member. Students will demonstrate independence, self-responsibility, strong communication, strong work ethic, and they will recognize benefits of team work and personal growth.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WMTI 001 Literacy for Life and Work 2

Literacy as an essential skill is required for employment. Writing and thinking are also necessary for personal satisfaction and growth. This course will explore building a working vocabulary, following directions, following procedures, understanding labels, interpreting signs, recognizing safety signs and symbols, and writing for pleasure.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 10: Moving Towards Independence.

WMTI 002 Building Blocks for Effective Communication

Emphasis will be placed on verbal and non-verbal communication through practice. Students will increase competence in their ability to engage in dialogue while using both verbal and non-verbal forms of communication. Active listening, questioning, and appropriate grace and courtesy will be explored in the context of a work setting.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 10: Moving Towards Independence.

WMTI 003 You and Your Community 2

This course continues to enhance community awareness and builds upon specific work skills. Students will engage in the development of meaningful relationships to demonstrate respect and interest in all people, and students will become aware of the important facets of citizenship and self in the world around them.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 10: Moving Towards Independence.

WMTI 004 Computer Foundations and Job Search

Students will be introduced to MS Word for creating documents, saving information, creating tables, inserting headers/footers/images, and managing files. Topics of social media, privacy and etiquette will also be emphasized. Computer skills will be used to increase concentration and to build memory and attention to detail skills.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 10: Moving Towards Independence.

WMTI 005 Worksite Training 2 Practicum

This course provides students with opportunities to experience the expectations of entry-level employment through hands-on practice. The course may include an individual work placement that develops confidence and independence in the workplace. The course explores issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

WMTI 006 Community Connections

This course is intended to enhance students' awareness and engagement in community issues. Topics will include volunteerism, social responsibility, and personal contributions to community.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

WMTI 007 Strategies for Employment

This course is designed to teach students the skills necessary to survive and get ahead on a new job. Emphasis will include understanding the critical role of personality and feelings in the workplace. Students will also continue to actively seek paid employment. Creating a business/entrepreneurship will also be discussed.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

WPAW 001 Literacy for Life and Work 1

Literacy is an essential skill required for safety and record keeping on the job. Writing and thinking are also necessary for personal satisfaction and growth. This course covers fundamental structures of writing and reading for comprehension, as presented in the context of work and safety on the job.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 8: Positive Attitudes in the Workplace.

WPAW 002 Health and the Workplace 2

This course explores the concept of health in the context of work and one's personal life. Basic human health and how the body works are discussed. Topics include disease and how to prevent illness, understanding health through the domains of mental and emotional health.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 8: Positive Attitudes in the Workplace.

WPAW 003 Workplace Readiness 2 Practicum

This course will extend students' knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable them to demonstrate appropriate workplace behaviors. The focus is on shaping attitudes necessary to be successful in the workplace, including becoming aware of the importance of workplace safety. This course also explores issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

WPAW 004 Employment Readiness 1

The course begins to prepare students for their work environment. Employment readiness encompasses awareness of employers' expectations and how employees meet those expectations. There is a goal of gaining insight into one's personal management skills and how these skills are integrated into one's life at work and at home.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 8: Positive Attitudes in the Workplace.

WPAW 005 You and Your Community 1

The intention of this course is to continue to build on community awareness and to build specific work skills. Students will have the opportunity to practice critical thinking skills, communication, negotiation, brainstorming, problem solving and public speaking. This course will encourage all students to demonstrate initiative.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module 8: Positive Attitudes in the Workplace.

WPFD 001 Personal Development Skills

Students will develop personal knowledge and abilities that will support workplace habits. Focus will be on self awareness, self esteem, personal learning styles, personal values, and personal management.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 1: Workplace Foundations.

WPFD 002 Attitudes on the Job

Students practice appropriate communications for the workplace environment and learn to distinguish between passive, assertive and aggressive behaviours. The importance of regular attendance, punctuality, proper attitude, grooming, working with others, and taking directions are emphasized. Professional relationships in the workplace are observed, discussed, and practiced.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 1: Workplace Foundations.

WPFD 003 Workplace Safety

Students will understand and develop safe work habits to meet employer and industry expectations. Topics include safety on the job, worker's compensation knowledge and WHMIS training.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 1: Workplace Foundations.

WPFD 004 Introduction to Computers: Internet, Email and Social Networking

This course is designed to give students an introduction to computers, the Internet, email, and social networking. Students will create an email account and be introduced to the Internet and numerous search engines. It will also include a unit on computer etiquette, safety, and social networking, including Facebook.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into Module1: Workplace Foundations.

WPFD 005 Student Success

This course will provide students with an orientation to Module 1 as well as program and university expectations. Additionally, this is a seminar-based course providing opportunities for practical exploration of workplace foundations including attitudes on the job, workplace safety and computer etiquette.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 1: Workplace Foundations.

WPFD 006 Workplace Foundations Practicum

This course introduces students to knowledge, skills, and attitudes that will enable them to develop appropriate workplace behaviors. The focus is on shaping attitudes necessary to be successful in the workplace, including becoming aware of the importance of workplace safety. This course also explores issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Accepted into Module 1: Workplace Foundations.

WSFE 001 Numeracy for Life and Work 2

Math is an essential skill in all areas of life. This course will focus on numeracy and comfort with numbers. This course is a continuation from "Numeracy for Life and Work 1" in the development of math skills necessary for competitive employment and living independently.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WSFE 002 Skills for Life and Work

This course builds on the foundation of skills learned in Modules 7 and 8. There is an expectation that students will demonstrate strong communication skills and a strong work ethic, and they will continue to build on teamwork skills and demonstrate personal growth and insight regarding personal goals in employment.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WSFE 003 Employment Readiness 2

This course focuses on the "need to know" information regarding employment and work standards. It is expected that students will be able to confidently speak to and understand the process of and procedures regarding hiring, working, and dismissal.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WSFE 004 Worksite Training 1 Practicum

This course provides students with opportunities to experience the expectations of entry-level employment through hands-on practice. The course may include an individual work placement that develops confidence and independence in the workplace. The course explores issues of workplace fitness and stamina.

Prerequisite: Admission to program.

WSFE 005 Workplace Literacy

This course is designed to enhance students' workplace literacy skills in reading and numeracy. Content includes reading, understanding, and interpreting workplace documents. Participants will also be introduced to basic operations, problem solving, working with time, money recognition (paper and coin), reading numbers, using a calculator, and cash register etiquette.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

WSFE 006 Computer Foundations

This course is designed to give students an introduction to computers, the Internet, email, and social networking, as well as an introduction to word processing (MSWord). This course will include a unit on computer etiquette, safety, and social networking, including Facebook.

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the WEST Program.

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