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Box 1557
179 Douglas St.
Fort St. James,  BC 

V0J 1P0
Phone: (250) 996-7019
Fax: (250) 996-7014
E-mail: cncfsj@cnc.bc.ca

 Fort St. James - University and College Credit Courses

 

CESS 195: Introduction to Non-Profit Man-agement - (Video conference from Prince George)

This survey course is designed to introduce students to the areas of responsibility in managing non-profit organizations. Topics include the scope and function of the non-profit sector, an overview of financial management, HR management, strategic planning, and marketing functions within the non-profit sector. The course will appeal to students in the following categories: Have recently taken on a management role in a non-profit organization, Are planning to move into such a management role, Are current or potential board members for a non-profit organization, or Wish to learn more about the non-profit sector.

45 Hrs 3 CR
Fort St. James and Vanderhoof:
Non-funded seats - $245.

Jan 10 - Apr 17, 2012
Tuesday evenings
Note: Integris Credit Union is sponsoring 6 spots in each community for people who are employed or working as a volunteer in a non-profit association.

 

CLCT 100: Carrier Language and Culture

You will be introduced to the Carrier language, spoken and written, including pronunciation, basic conversation and culturally important vocabulary. Considerable emphasis will be placed on the grammar, due it is great complexity and unfamiliarity, so that you will learn to produce and understand utterances beyond memorized rituals. The Carrier Linguistics Committee (CLC) writing system will be introduced first as it is more widely used, but an introduction to the Carrier syllabic will also be given.
45 Hrs 3 CR

Fort St. James  $237.60

Jan 10 - Apr 17, 2012
Tuesdays, 6 - 9pm

 

CRIM 106: Sociological Explanations of Crime and Deviance – Video Conference from Quesnel

The major sociological perspectives and theories will be presented and applied to various types of crimes and deviance. The assumptions, consistency, and completeness of these accounts will be critically assessed. Findings for and against these theories will be evaluated. Finally, the practical implications of these approaches will be discussed.
45 Hrs 3 CR
  Prerequisites: SOC 101 or CRIM 101 or 103

Fort St. James  $237.60

Jan 5 - Apr 12, 2012
Thursdays, 6 - 9pm

 

ENG 107: Literacy and Composition - First Nations Literature

This first year course focuses on a broad spectrum of First Nation‘s literature. Students assess traditional tales from an oral storytelling tradition, as well as poems, plays and short stories by contemporary writers. As well, students learn effective composition skills and the techniques of literacy analysis. Students are required to write a minimum of three major essays.
45 Hrs 3 CR

Fort St. James  $237.60
Dates TBA

 

PSYC 102 : Introduction to Psychology II – Video conference from Quesnel

A continuation of PSYC 101. Topics will include intelligence and intelligence testing, personality assessment, motivation, emotion, mental health and behavioural disorder, psychotherapy, social psychology, and developmental psychology.
45 Hrs 3 CR
Prerequisites: SOC 101

Fort St. James  $237.60

Jan 9 - Apr 23, 2012
Mondays, 6 - 9pm

 

SOC 230: Critical perspectives on Con-temporary Families – Video Conference from Prince George

This course provides an introduction to the con-temporary debates within the sociology of family. The course explores the interaction and conflicts between our intimate lives as family member and the economic, political, legal, and cu-tural changes that define the beliefs and issues surrounding the institution of family. Using cur-rent sociological theory and analyses, the course critically examines the history of the western family, the ideology of the family, gender ideology, and social policies and practices affecting Canadian families. The course explores central issues faced by families today, including dating, mating and marriage, the contradictions between romantic love and social constructions of the ideal family, the gendered division of labour, parenting, divorce, poverty, alternative family forms, and violence within intimate relationships. Critical analysis of debates surrounding single parent families, same-sex marriages, and recent trends in reproductive science will form an additional aspect of the coursework.
45 Hrs 3 CR
Prerequisites: SOC 101

Fort St. James  $237.60

Jan 6 - Apr 20, 2012
Fridays, 11 am – 2 pm

 

SSWK 271: Health and Wellness Self-Care Lab

The key to personal success in the helping professions is to maintain a balance between your personal wellness and the professional tasks and interventions you will be providing. Learn-ing to recognize these emotions provides opportunities for self-reflection, self-awareness, and new perspectives. SSWK 271 is a 1.5 hour mandatory lab in the SSWK program. It is intended to provide the student with a basic introduction to strategies to develop self-care responsibility. It emphasizes a preventive approach to holistic wellness that incorporates physical, emotional, social and spiritual aspects. It is an experiential lab that focuses on self-awareness and sensitivity as contributing factors to your state of wellness. The predominant objective is to identify practical techniques and exercise that are easy to do and are easily incorporated into daily living. The goal is to optimize our personal wellness as a strategy to manage professional and personal stressors.
22.5 hours, 1.5 credits

Prerequisites: Year One of SSWK/or by request

Fort St. James  $58.21

Mar 7 - Apr 25, 2012
Wednesdays, 6 – 9pm

 
 

Credit courses are subject to $15.00 Application Fee, $15.00 Registration Fee and a $5.10 Technology Fee.

 

Note: If you take a credit course offered through CNC as an elective for a current full-time CNC program, the $15.00 application fee will be waived.

 

   

FASD Advanced Diploma

 

Components of this program can be taken individually.

 

TRTC (Teacher Replacement Training Citation)

Courses in this program can be taken individually. 

 


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