Course DescriptionsBusiness Communications ILearn the importance of correct and current business English as well as other communication essentials for the office environment.Business Communications IIPrerequisite: Business Communication IThis course focuses on enhancing your writing strategies and skills by editing and composing a variety of relevant emails, memos, and letters.Career Skills EvaluationThis final course in the college success series helps you assess your employment skills and design a professional development plan as you prepare to transition from college to the workplace.College Success SkillsEnhance and strengthen your skills for success for college and career. Emphasis is on personal management, study skills, and critical thinking.Computers in the WorkplaceThis course provides an insightful guide to the full potential of computers in the workplace.Document Processing IICombine keyboarding, computer applications, formatting and communications skills in the production of reports, tables and advanced letters from printed, handwritten and electronic sources.Document Processing IIIPrerequisite: Document Processing II Combine keyboarding, computer applications, formatting and communications skills in the production of a variety of advanced business documents.Human Resource FundamentalsLearn the techniques and activities associated in acquiring, developing, and maintaining an effective work force.Integrated ProjectsIn this applied course you manipulate and integrate Microsoft Office applications by working through a business project.Internet ExplorerLearn the basic functions and capabilities of the Internet using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 Web Browser.Interpersonal and Organizational SkillsThis course prepares you for entry into the contemporary Canadian office setting. Manual filing techniques are also covered.Introduction to e-PortfolioThis course introduces you to e-portfolio philosophy and software. Create and maintain an e-portfolio that emphasizes your personal, educational, and career goals.Introduction to Organizational BehaviourThis course introduces behaviour of groups and individual, leadership, and organizational structures.Introduction to Project ManagementLearn about the basic techniques of project management in the workplace.Keyboarding and Document Processing ILearn the alphabetic and numeric keys by touch using proper techniques and learn how to format simple business letters and memos.Manual AccountingExamine the basics of budgeting, including cash flow planning, and learn to keep complete records for a small business in this class.Microsoft WordLearn the basic functions and capabilities of Microsoft Word 2003.Management Studies in SupervisionThrough a practical approach, this course investigates the various techniques and issues associated with supervision.Microsoft AccessLearn the basic functions and capabilities of Microsoft Access 2003.Microsoft ExcelLearn the basic and intermediate functions and capabilities of Microsoft Excel 2003.Microsoft OutlookLearn to use the various time management and communication tools available through Microsoft Outlook.Microsoft PowerPointLearn the basic and intermediate functions and capabilities of Microsoft PowerPoint 2003.Office ServicesReview the common equipment and services found in today’s business offices.Planning Meetings and ConferencesLearn how to plan and organize workplace-specific meetings and conferences.Preparation for the WorkplaceThis course prepares you to enter the workplace by identifying essential skills and attributes needed in a business office. Develop an effective cover letter and résumé, and practise interviewing other job search techniques.Understanding the Oil and Gas SectorLearn the basics of the oil and gas industry and its language.Work Experience for Office AdministrationPut your skills and knowledge to work in a four week full-time practicum in a local company or organization.