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Registration & Referrals (Fall 2020 EMRG-1615-OL002)8/9/2020 1:01:46 PMRegistration and Referrals describes the process for registering evacuees and for providing them with referrals for food, clothing, and lodging. It also covers basic interviewing skills. The course includes completion of the ESS File (Registration and Service Record) and Referral forms. <br /> <br /> The Registration and Referrals course is now being offered online with a self-guided online component in the week prior to course and then a live virtual session for 3 hours on the date of the course. The live virtual element runs from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on the date of the course. Students must have access to a computer with microphone and a reliable high-speed internet connection.Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1615-OL002Registration & ReferralsFall 2020J. AussemS 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM10/24/2020 12:00:00 AM - 10/24/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0
Registration & Referrals (Spring Summer 2020 EMRG-1615-OL003)8/9/2020 1:01:48 PMRegistration and Referrals describes the process for registering evacuees and for providing them with referrals for food, clothing, and lodging. It also covers basic interviewing skills. The course includes completion of the ESS File (Registration and Service Record) and Referral forms. <br /> <br /> The Registration and Referrals course is now being offered online with a self-guided online component in the week prior to course and then a live virtual session for 3 hours on the date of the course. The live virtual element runs from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on the date of the course. Students must have access to a computer with microphone and a reliable high-speed internet connection.Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1615-OL003Registration & ReferralsSpring Summer 2020J. Aussem, D. ReidS 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM8/29/2020 12:00:00 AM - 8/29/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0
Registration & Referrals (Fall 2020 EMRG-1615-OL001)8/9/2020 1:01:49 PMRegistration and Referrals describes the process for registering evacuees and for providing them with referrals for food, clothing, and lodging. It also covers basic interviewing skills. The course includes completion of the ESS File (Registration and Service Record) and Referral forms. <br /> <br /> The Registration and Referrals course is now being offered online with a self-guided online component in the week prior to course and then a live virtual session for 3 hours on the date of the course. The live virtual element runs from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm on the date of the course. Students must have access to a computer with microphone and a reliable high-speed internet connection.Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1615-OL001Registration & ReferralsFall 2020J. Aussem, J. Kloosterboer9/26/2020 12:00:00 AM - 9/26/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0
Fire Service Administration 1 (Fall 2020 FIRE-1100-OL001)8/9/2020 1:01:50 PMLearners will gain knowledge and skills to provide effective administrative support as a Fire Officer I. Learners will gain knowledge about the organizational structure, function and authority of the fire department and will be introduced to key administration functions such as note taking, report writing, records management, budgeting, and policy. (Formerly FOCP110)Fire and SafetyUndergraduateFireFIRE-1100-OL001Fire Service Administration 1Fall 2020D. Burgess9/8/2020 12:00:00 AM - 10/9/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 1
Separation & Divorce Children (Spring Summer 2020 FAMJ-1006-OL001)8/6/2020 6:46:19 PMThe purpose of this online course is to examine the research literature on the effects of separation and divorce on children. The course will look at how factors such as parental conflict affect children's adjustment. Appropriate living arrangements and visitation schedules for children will be explored. Participants will be guided through the actions that need to be taken in cases where abuse is present. Participants will learn how, as a counsellor and/or mediator, they can work more effectively with parents as they make a parenting plan and meet challenges they may experience with their children. This course is a companion to Effects of Separation and Divorce on Adults - FAM181. The course will require approximately 21 hours of actual study time to be completed within a six week period. (Formerly FAM182;FAM104)Corrections & Community JusticUndergraduateFamily JusticeFAMJ-1006-OL001Separation & Divorce ChildrenSpring Summer 2020S. Andrejevic6/29/2020 12:00:00 AM - 8/10/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 1.5
Theory of Dispute Resolution (Spring Summer 2020 CRES-1150-OL001)5/13/2020 6:46:21 PMThis online course provides an opportunity for creative and critical examination of your dispute resolution beliefs, skills and practices, and further refinement of those skills. Mastering dispute resolution skills requires the ability to use skills and processes contextually - to adapt them as needed to different circumstances. Underlying any process of dispute resolution are assumptions about how human beings understand conflict, why they get involved in disputes, the types of behaviours and communication styles humans engage in and the meanings of resolution. Understanding these assumptions enables learners to assess when adaptations may be needed to meet particular circumstances, and what the disparate effects of particular processes might be on particular disputants. The course is highly participatory and you will be expected to engage fully in exercises, consultations and assignments.Centre for Conflict ResolutionUndergraduateConflict ResolutionCRES-1150-OL001Theory of Dispute Resolution Spring Summer 2020H. Cheng5/4/2020 12:00:00 AM - 6/14/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 1.5
Mediation Skills Level 1 (Spring Summer 2020 CRES-1180-NW002)8/5/2020 1:01:25 PMThis course introduces you to the concepts, skills and techniques needed to mediate disputes: determining whether mediation is appropriate, the role of the mediator, guiding the process, managing emotions and using communication skills as a mediator. Mediation is a practical method for helping people resolve their conflicts and attain mutually satisfactory outcomes. You will have opportunities to mediate simulated disputes involving co-workers, customers, committee members, neighbours, parents/teens and co-parents. Emphasis is on skill development through simulated mediations assisted by trained coaches. You will have the option to record your role-play on the final day of the course.Centre for Conflict ResolutionUndergraduateConflict ResolutionCRES-1180-NW002Mediation Skills Level 1Spring Summer 2020D. WhiteW TH F 8:30 AM - 4:29 PM7/8/2020 12:00:00 AM - 7/10/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class1.5
Overview Youth Justice System (Spring Summer 2020 YJUS-1006-OL008)7/10/2020 8:31:29 AMThis course replaces YPO102. In this 7-hour course, students will be introduced to the youth justice system in British Columbia, and learn how it fits within the context of the Canadian criminal justice system. By the end of the course, students will be able to describe the key personnel and services within the youth justice system in B.C. and, using the basic concepts of criminal law, explain how a youth progresses through the youth justice system. (Formerly YJ102;YPO102)Corrections & Community JusticUndergraduateYouth JusticeYJUS-1006-OL008Overview Youth Justice SystemSpring Summer 2020M. Chernoff8/10/2020 12:00:00 AM - 8/23/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0.5
ICS Level 200 (Fall 2020 EMRG-1220-OL001)8/9/2020 2:15:40 PMLearn a standardized method of managing any type of emergency. As an Incident Commander or responder, gain the knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently manage an emergency site at a small to moderate sized incident. (Formerly CMD120) COURSE FORMAT: This 14-hour course is available online or in a classroom-based format, and includes an exam. ONLINE: The online format of this course is self-paced and part-time. An email address is required for students taking online courses. Students will receive their login instructions by email shortly after completing the registration process. If an email is not received, please contact the registration office at register@jibc.ca, 604-528-5590 or 1-877-528-5591. NOTE: Students will need to complete the course and the exam prior to the class end date. CLASSROOM-BASED: In addition to the scheduled public offerings, this course is available to organizations on a contract basis. For more information, contact the program manager at 604-528-5563. OTHER INFO: All course materials will be provided and no special equipment is required. Please note that all Emergency Management Division courses require 100% attendance. CEUs: This course provides CEUs for the following organizations: 1) the Environmental Operators Certification Program (EOCP) - 1.4 CEU, and 2) the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) - 1.0 CEU.Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1220-OL001ICS Level 200Fall 2020D. Marcotte9/1/2020 12:00:00 AM - 9/30/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 1
Dealing with Anger (Fall 2020 CRES-1190-NW001)8/5/2020 8:15:42 PMThis course presents theory, skills, and approaches for managing one's own angry feelings and behaviours and responding to anger in others. Angry, hostile, or resistant feelings and behaviours are commonly generated in conflict situations. Efforts to resolve the conflict may be ineffective if these feelings are ignored or denied. Topics such as anger triggers, self-management, defusing skills, the origins of personal expressions of anger, and disengaging from angry encounters are explored. Emphasis is on self-awareness and skill development through small-group exercises. You will have the option to record your role-play on the final day of the course.Centre for Conflict ResolutionUndergraduateConflict ResolutionCRES-1190-NW001Dealing with AngerFall 2020P. PennerW TH F 8:30 AM - 4:29 PM9/30/2020 12:00:00 AM - 10/2/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class1.5