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Online 4th Class Power Engineering Courses - Lakeland College

This course is an evaluated power engineering/steam work experience leading to provincial certification. Work experience includes demonstrating safety procedures while working with boilers, pumps, compressors, prime movers, water treatment, air conditioning and refrigeration, and process controls. Practicum must be completed in a facility

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Administrative Professional Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course prepares the Administrative Professional student to use electronic spreadsheets in today's offices. Pre/co-requisites: None. CU 152 Keyboard & Document Processing - 3 credits. This course combines keyboarding and document processing. In the keyboarding portion, the student gains mastery of the computer keyboard, learns proper ...

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My Lakeland - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This will display a course list for your current program. If you are a returning student, it shows your course history. Review and select course(s) for current semester. Review the course listings and focus on current semester courses; Select one of the courses and the Course Detail page opens; View Class Sections button under the Course Detail ...

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Child and Youth Care Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the helping/counselling profession through the use of lectures, readings, class discussions and experiential activities. The focus is on developing and enhancing the necessary skills to interview individuals on a one-to-one basis. The course also focuses on the helping process ...

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Emergency Services Technology Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to introduce students to organizations and their systems that affect Alberta’s fire service. The Safety Codes Council is one organization that manages the safety related legislation within Alberta. Other topics within this course include the role of organized labour and its effect on the fire service.

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Hairstyling Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an overview of using colour to promote harmony. Course content includes colour, physiology, skin tone, and the relationships with different colours. This course provides students with practical knowledge necessary to provide the services in waxing and makeup application. Pre/co-requisites: None

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Health Care Aide Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course focuses on the study of the systems that make up the human body and discusses the milestones of growth and development across the lifespan. It is an introduction to foundational knowledge of the most common of the chronic illnesses that a health care aide may encounter. HE 161, HE 163 & HE 164. This course consists of 45 hours of ...

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Early Learning and Child Care Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an introduction to the Family. The focus of this course includes various ways of viewing family, diversity, economics, and social influences that determine the family's ability to thrive in society. Students have the opportunity to explore different theoretical ways …

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Esthetician Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course provides the student with the basic understanding of taking care of the skin and the factors and function of how health affects the skin of an individual. Pre/co-requisites: None. HS 167 Facials Lab - 2 credits. This course provides esthetician students with practical application using machines for facial treatments.

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Online Learning Success | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) register for your online course at least 2 weeks before the start date ; Tips for Success: Time management is a critical part of taking an online course. Because you don't have a scheduled time to be in a classroom, you often must schedule time to work on the course…

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Community Mental Health Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the helping/counselling profession through the use of lectures, readings, class discussions and experiential activities. The focus is on developing and enhancing the necessary skills to interview individuals on a one-to-one basis. The course also focuses on the helping process ...

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Homestudy Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) Complete course packages include the Core Lesson (common to all certification classes) and a series of lessons that differ depending on the certification class. Individual lessons can be ordered separately to add other certification classes to your qualifications. How to order: Fill it …

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Animal Health Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course focuses to a greater degree on skills and knowledge learned in VS106 and is intended to increase accuracy in the performance of clinical laboratory techniques. More sophisticated tests and skills are required for hematology, cytology and serology; with emphasis on consistency through test repetition.

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Firefighter Training Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This is a theory and practical course on pump operation including relay, tandem and dual pumping, portable pumps, apparatus service tests, and hydraulic calculations used in the fire service. The course also discusses the flow of water through large diameter hose, and single- and double-hose lays. Prerequisites: FF 113, valid driver's license ...

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Welder Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) About your courses. The following tables summarize the topics/skills for each of your three 240 hour (8 week) technical training periods. For complete details, check the welder course outline, or check on Trade Secrets, the Alberta government's Apprentice & Industry Training branch website. Period 1. Subject. Hours. Workplace safety and tools. 46.

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Business Administration Accounting Major Major Courses ...

Posted: (52 years ago) AC 541 Intermediate Accounting II - 3 credits. This course is an in-depth study of accounting and reporting of long term liabilities and corporation equities. It also deals with the implications of taxation, leases, pensions, and financial statement analysis. Prerequisites: AC 441.

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Fire and Emergency Services Course Outlines - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) Fire & Emergency Services Course Outlines. Each of our 3 full-time fire & EMS program is listed in one of the drop downs below. Current course outlines (PDFs) for every course are provided. If you are looking for a course outline for another academic year, please fill in the request for outline form. Bachelor of Applied Business: Emergency ...

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Interior Design Technology Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is an introduction to drawing as a communication skill in interior design. Emphasis is on the development of free-hand drawing and presentation skills with pencil, pen and ink, and felt-tip using a variety of media surfaces and presentation techniques. Also this course is an introduction to both one point and two point perspectives.

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Course outlines for business programs | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) CO 231 Communications II course outline (PDF) CU 248 Business Computer Applications course outline (PDF) EC 111 Microeconomics course outline (PDF) EC 211 Macroeconomics course outline (PDF) MA 101 Business Mathematics course outline (PDF) MK 170 Marketing Principles course outline (PDF) Year II.

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Pre-employment Course Outlines - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) Current course outlines (PDFs) for every course are provided. If you are looking for a course outline for another academic year, please fill in the request for course outline form. Pre-employment Automotive Service Technician: AS 101 Safety Materials and Tools course …

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Student Esthetician Services | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) For more information or to book an appointment, please call 780-871-5454. Our menu of services expand as students progress through the curriculum. Call to confirm services offered. All services are performed by Lakeland students under the supervision of professional estheticians and instructors. Lakeland College takes every precaution to ensure ...

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Bachelor of Arts Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) For course descriptions, check out the master course list. University of Alberta: Core program requirements that may be completed at Lakeland College include: 1st year English ENGL 112 English Literature in a Historical Perspective. This is a full year, 6 credit course.

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Applied Environmental Sciences Certificate Courses ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is a study of the structure, properties and reactions of the main classes of organic compounds and their relationship to living organisms and the environment. Laboratory techniques, including tests required for the assessment of environmental quality, are covered. Prerequisites: SC 110. SC 220 GIS & Remote Sensing - 3 credits.

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AST Beef Science Major Science Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the beef industry in Canada. The main focus of the course is on beef cow-calf and feedlot operations. Topics include cattle types, animal handling facilities, feeding management, seasonal activities, genetics and breeding programs, economics, and marketing.

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Professional Waxing | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) If you'd like to be put on our inquiry list, please email [email protected]lakelandcollege.ca. Alternative dates and times can be made available. Please call for information. Professional Waxing is a 17-hour course at the Lloydminster Campus. Total fees are $1,395 and include: tuition. supplies and manual.

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AST Livestock Science Major Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the beef industry in Canada. The main focus of the course is on beef cow-calf and feedlot operations. Topics include cattle types, animal handling facilities, feeding management, seasonal activities, genetics and breeding programs, economics, and marketing.

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Health and Wellness Course Outlines - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) Current course outlines (PDFs) for every course are provided. If you are looking for a course outline for another academic year, please fill in the request for outline form. Esthetician / Clinical Esthetician: HS 160 Introduction to Esthetics course outline

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Agricultural Sustainability Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the beef industry in Canada. The main focus of the course is on beef cow-calf and feedlot operations. Topics include cattle types, animal handling facilities, feeding management, seasonal activities, genetics and breeding programs, economics, and marketing.

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American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Studies Courses ...

Posted: (52 years ago) In this course, students learn about how Deaf people use ASL in different types of discourses. The material presented focuses on building narrative skills, moving from an informal to a more formal presentation, developing language skills needed to explain ideas, concepts, illustrate how things work and why things are the way they are.

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Pesticides Certification Program - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) Each course is a series of lessons. Learn more in the brief descriptions below. More information is on specific pages in this section of Lakeland's website. For more background, check the provincial pesticide management in Alberta website. Who needs an applicator certification?

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Bachelor of Agricultural Technology Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) In this course, students study and evaluate the environmental, economic and social pillars in an agriculture business and how emerging technologies, such as smart agriculture and precision farming practices, affect farm business sustainability currently and in the future. Course content includes crops, livestock and agri-food value chains.

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AST Equine Science Major Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the beef industry in Canada. The main focus of the course is on beef cow-calf and feedlot operations. Topics include cattle types, animal handling facilities, feeding management, seasonal activities, genetics and breeding programs, economics, and marketing.

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Course Outlines for Interior Design | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) ID 370 Building Systems course outline (PDF) ID 410 Design IV course outline (PDF) ID 420 Graphic Presentation IV course outline (PDF) ID 440 Detailing II course outline (PDF) ID 450 Interior Design Practicum course outline (PDF) ID 460 Technical Studio II course outline (PDF) Expand All. Swipe.

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NFPA 1041 Fire & ES Instructor Qualifications | Lakeland ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Course ID: #INST1041-1. Course Description: Level I Fire Instructor is a textbook-based course that develops the skills of lesson plan development and presentation for both classroom and training ground. Combining the previous Part 1 and Part 2 courses into one week, this course covers: learning theory,

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Agricultural Sustainability Courses | Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the beef industry in Canada. The main focus of the course is on beef cow-calf and feedlot operations. Topics include cattle types, animal handling facilities, feeding management, seasonal activities, genetics and breeding programs, economics, and marketing.

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Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Management ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course is a detailed examination of sampling techniques used to assess vegetation and soils with emphasis on methods to meet government reclamation criteria. Students consider methods to conduct pre- and post-disturbance inventories and detailed site assessments on disturbed and undisturbed sites.

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Veterinary Medical Assistant Courses - Lakeland College

Posted: (52 years ago) A continuation of CO 180, this course focuses on soft skills, such as roles and responsibilities, conflict resolution, professionalism, teamwork, marketing skills, grief management, as well as practicum preparation. A portion of the course is a continuation of the usage of veterinary practice management computer software introduced in CO 180.

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Health Care Aide Admissions and Graduation Requirements ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Admission requirements. High School Diploma with: 60% in English 20-2. Math 10-3 is strongly recommended. Notes: If you didn’t graduate from an Alberta high school, please refer to the English and math provincial subject equivalencies. If you don’t meet the admission requirements, please refer to special admissions.

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