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Integrated and Congregated courses will begin in September and end in December. Application forms can be found under the "Guidance" portion of the website but must be submitted through their Guidance or Co-Op office.

Click here if you are interested in applying for a Dual Credit.

Fall 2020:

Welding Skills Congregated
WELD99: Welding Technology (42 hours) 
This introductory course covers basic oxy-acetylene welding, shielded metal arc welding, tungsten inert gas welding, and metal inert gas welding. Students who successfully complete WELD99 will earn credit for WELD1113 Welding Theory I in the Welding and Fabrication Technician/Welding and Fabrication Techniques programs.

> Fall 2020 Dates Page - PDF

 

Integrated Dual Credits 
The Integrated Dual Credit program provides senior students (Grade 11 & Grade 12) with the opportunity to apply to take a college course of their choosing from the list of available courses at St. Lawrence College. High school students will be integrated with college students in the chosen course. Students will receive one college credit and one high school credit. 
(Course schedules are sent out mid-December)

> Fall 2020 Integrated Options Cornwall -PDF

> Fall 2020 Integrated Dates Page - PDF

 

Developmental Psychology Congregated 

GENE 20: Developmental Psychology (42 hrs)

This course presents an overview of the scientific study of human development from conception to death. The most recent research findings on physical, social and cognitive development are studied and discussed. This Congregated Dual Credit course can be used as a general elective credit required within many programs at the college. 

This course will be offered in an alternative delivery format on all three SLC campuses. 

> Fall 2020 Dates Page - pdf document

 

Police Foundations Congregated
POFP 106 - Principles of Ethical Reasoning (42 hrs)
This course focuses ethical issues faced by individuals as citizens and professionals. It helps students to clarify their values and establish a framework for ethical decision making. Ethical issues which relate to a wide variety of concerns are examined. Students will examine a variety of professional ethical codes and apply ethical decision making models to dilemmas in their personal and professional lives. 

This course will be offered in an alternative delivery format on all three SLC campuses. 

> Fall 2020 Dates Page - pdf document

 

Under Pressure: Health & Well-being Congregated
GENE 175: Under Pressure: Health & Well-being on the Social Margins (42 hrs)
In this course, students explore the social, human, and community factors that impact quality of life in Canada. Such factors can include demographics, economic class, social stereotypes, and even geography. By emphasizing lived experience and theoretical perspectives, students will explore how policy and social structures create conditions for well-being as well as marginalization. 

This course will be offered in an alternative delivery format on all three SLC campuses. 

Fall 2020 Dates Page - pdf document  

Winter 2020 (Completed):

Carpentry Skills Congregated
CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

> Winter 2020 Carpentry Skills Congregated Dates Page

Taste of the Trades
SHOP 1: Taste of the Trades (60 hrs)
This Dual Credit will enable high school students to experience a "Taste of the Trades". Classes run for 6 weeks in May and June (2 days per week for 5 hours per day) learning the following trades: Automotive Service Technician,General Carpentry, and Welding. It is highly recommended that students be enrolled in their high school's Co-operative Education program during the winter semester. If they are in Coop, on the 3 days when students are not at the college, they would have an opportunity to be in a work placement. After the 6 week program has been completed, they will continue in their coop program daily for the rest of the high school semester. 
(Wednesdays & Thursdays 9:00am - 2:30pm)

> Winter 2020 Taste of the Trades Dates Page

Welding Skills Congregated
WELD99: Welding Technology (42 hours)
This introductory course covers basic oxy-acetylene welding, shielded metal arc welding, tungsten inert gas welding, and metal inert gas welding. Students who successfully complete WELD99 will earn credit for WELD1113 Welding Theory I in the Welding and Fabrication Technician/Welding and Fabrication Techniques programs.


> Winter 2020 Welding Skills Congregated Dates Page

Carpentry Team-Taught @ St. Luke's
CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

> Winter 2020 Carpentry Team-Taught @ St. Luke's

Carpentry Team-Taught @ CCVS
CARP 24: Introduction to Carpentry (45 hours)
This course provides instruction of construction safety, layout techniques, and proper hand and power tool use, to produce several carpentry projects. At the end of this course, students will be able to apply safety legislation for construction projects contained in the occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario, specifically towards the use of personal protective devices, and the safe use of hand and portable power tools. Read simple blueprints; follow oral and written instructions for the construction of specified projects. Demonstrate an ability to use basic numerical functions to solve for workplace math-related problems, successfully calculate rough stud openings for exterior doors and windows and practice framing sequences, and develop knowledge and skill in the drawing and sketching of plans, to create accurately scaled drawings.

> Winter 2020 Carpentry Team-Taught @ CCVS Dates Page

Culinary Team-Taught @ St. Matthew Catholic Secondary School
HOTE 21 - Principles of Customer Services for Hospitality and Tourism (42 hrs)
Providing consistent, high quality customer service is the platform on which all successful businesses build brand loyalty, market share and profitability. Principles of Customer Service aim to enable learners to integrate effective customer service and quality assurance practices into the Tourism and Hospitality workplace in their future role as managers. Fundamental customer service principles covered by this course include; developing a successful strategic plan for customer service, dealing with challenging customers and providing timely service recovery, recognizing the benefits of customer retention and creating memorable experiences through service excellence. Discussion, role playing and case studies are all learning techniques that will be embedded into the course to facilitate the participants’ acquisition of the essential tools and practices required to grow a satisfied and loyal customer base for any Tourism and Hospitality business.

> Winter 2020 Culinary Team-Taught @ St. Matt's Dates Page

Integrated Dual Credits 
The Integrated Dual Credit program provides senior students (Grade 11 & Grade 12) with the opportunity to apply to take a college course of their choosing from the list of available courses at St. Lawrence College. High school students will be integrated with college students in the chosen course. Students will receive one college credit and one high school credit.
(Course schedules are sent out mid-December)

> Winter 2020 Cornwall Integrated Options

*Applications open for Winter 2020 Semester Dual Credit Programs on October 14. Equal consideration deadline is November 1, after that date students will be accepted on a first come first served basis. Integrated courses will begin in January and end April, congregated courses will begin in February and end at various times from May to June. Students must apply through their Guidance or Co-op office.