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Winter 2020:

 

Adult Dual Credit with ALCDSB (Congregated)
GENE 114 – Professional Effectiveness (42 hours)
This course is designed to enhance student success by helping students make the transition to higher learning.  As such, the course recognizes the strengths and contributions of all learners, whether they are entering a diploma program from high school or as a returning/mature student.  Students will explore concepts designed to enhance their individual learning styles. They will develop their critical, analytical, practical and creative thinking skills with a view to providing a foundation for future learning.  Special challenges to learning (such as: living with diversity, money management, maintaining wellness, stress management, managing emotional problems, learning difficulties, etc.) will also be addressed and resources for coping with these challenges will be identified. This course can also be used as a General Elective (GENE) requirement in many programs at St. Lawrence College. Please register through Loyola Kingston.

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Addictions Congregated
GENE 53: Overview of Addictions (42 hrs)
The impact of psychoactive drugs on our society will be examined in this course. An analysis of the impact of alcohol, psychoactive prescription medication, street drugs, over- the-counter drugs, caffeine, and nicotine will be conducted. The theoretical component of the course will include an overview of practical drug concepts, theories of drug abuse, health promotion and prevention, and the Ontario addiction treatment system. The practical component of the course will include the application of theoretical knowledge to providing treatment for the population at risk and to developing health promotion initiatives for those at risk.
(Wednesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm)

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College and Career Success Congregated
GENE 114: Professional Effectiveness (42 hrs)
This course is designed to enhance student success by helping students make the transition to higher learning.  As such, the course recognizes the strengths and contributions of all learners, whether they are entering a diploma program from high school or as a returning/mature student.  Students will explore concepts designed to enhance their individual learning styles.  They will develop their critical, analytical, practical and creative thinking skills with a view to providing a foundation for future learning.  Special challenges to learning (such as: living with diversity, money management, maintaining wellness, stress management, managing emotional problems, learning difficulties, etc.) will also be addressed and resources for coping with these challenges will be identified.
(Tuesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm)

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Consumer Behaviour Congregated
MARK 100: Consumer Behaviour (42 hours)
This course provides students with knowledge of essential marketing techniques and consumer behaviour techniques applicable to advertising and marketing communications challenges. Upon completion of this course, you will be better prepared to predict customer actions, determine the needs of target markets, and understand how consumers, businesses, governments, and not-for-profits make marketing choices. In addition, this course includes significant discussion of online customer behaviour and the impact of the Internet and social media on market behaviour.
(Day/Time TBA)

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Welding Congregated
MECT 102 – Welding & Fabrication (42 hrs) 
To develop in the student, knowledge and ability to set-up and operate oxyacetylene and arc welding equipment to weld, braze, solder and cut safely, and to specifications. 
(Wednesdays 9:30am - 12:30pm)

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Professional Effectiveness at NDSS
GENE 114  (42 hrs) 
This course is designed to enhance student success by helping students make the transition to higher learning.  As such, the course recognizes the strengths and contributions of all learners, whether they are entering a diploma program from high school or as a returning/mature student.  Students will explore concepts designed to enhance their individual learning styles. They will develop their critical, analytical, practical and creative thinking skills with a view to providing a foundation for future learning.  Special challenges to learning (such as: living with diversity, money management, maintaining wellness, stress management, managing emotional problems, learning difficulties, etc.) will also be addressed and resources for coping with these challenges will be identified. This course can also be used as a General Elective (GENE) requirement in many programs at St. Lawrence College

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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 - *Students begin Integrated courses in January* - Congregated courses begin in February)

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Women in the Trades (WITTS) SWAC with LDSB
In this LDSB Dual Credit school within a college (SWAC) program, students will attend St. Lawrence College during Semester 2. This program is a trade’s exploration opportunity for young women to experience the trades in a hands-on, supportive environment. This program will encourage young women to explore various trades while providing experiential opportunities to encourage women to pursue careers in the trades. These opportunities will include guest speakers, community partnerships field trips such as Young Women Conference with Skill’s Ontario. All students will be interviewed by LDSB.

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*Applications open for Winter 2020 Semester Dual Credit Programs on October 14. Equal consideration deadline is November 2, after that date students will be accepted on a first come first served basis. Integrated courses will begin in January and end in 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.