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Emergency Medical Responder (Winter 2020 PARA-1050-CM001)1/15/2020 6:30:28 AMThe Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course offers an introduction to healthcare education for those intending to apply to the Primary Care Paramedic program or challenge provincial licensing examinations to seek employment. The EMR curriculum contains foundational education in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology. Current best practices in trauma life-support and treatment guidelines form an experiential learning experience. This course is led by skilled paramedic field-practitioners focusing on the development of the learner to attain core-competencies as defined by the Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC). Optional EMR Word Press Online Resource will provide the students with an opportunity to study the EMR Modules, Lessons and Skill Videos and also complete quizzes prior to coming into the EMR Class. Provincially-licensed EMR graduates are employed within areas including: ambulance services; fire departments; industrial projects; life guarding and ski-patrol. Minimum age; 16 years.Paramedic AcademyUndergraduateParamedicinePARA-1050-CM001Emergency Medical ResponderWinter 2020M T W TH F 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM2/10/2020 12:00:00 AM - 3/2/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class6.5
ICS Level 100 (Fall 2019 EMRG-1200-OL001)9/16/2019 8:15:47 PMLearn a proven incident site management system for emergencies or disasters. Students will be introduced to an effective system for command, control, and coordination of response at an emergency site. The Incident Command System (ICS) is recognized as a flexible and scalable all-hazards system, which provides a common response framework suitable to any size of event. Gain a basic understanding of the Incident Command System, its organization, principles, basic structure and common responsibilities. This course is the first in a series of ICS training courses and will be of particular interest to first responders and those who have a site-support role in an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). (Formerly CMD110) COURSE FORMAT: This 7-hour course is available online, by correspondence, 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. CORRESPONDENCE: The correspondence format of this course is self-paced and part-time. To receive the course materials and exam by correspondence, contact the Emergency Management Division at 604-528-5797. Please note that correspondence manuals are available in English and French. CLASSROOM-BASED: Classroom-based learning is only available to groups/organizations on a contract basis. For more information, contact the coordinator 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) - 0.6 CEU, and 2) the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) - 0.5 CEU.Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1200-OL001ICS Level 100Fall 2019B. Williams9/1/2019 12:00:00 AM - 9/15/2019 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0.5
BST Assessment (Winter 2020 SCRT-1655-CM031)1/10/2020 6:00:34 PMThis assessment will measure that students have attained the fundamental knowledge and skills required by Security Professionals to perform their function safely, legally and effectively. Security Professionals careers include: contract security services; in house security in hospitals, educational institutions, banks, and supply chain and retail security; loss prevention and corporate security; door persons; and body guards. Students must complete the exam within one year of completing Basic Security Training: Theory (SCRT-1650). Students must successfully complete this assessment in order to be eligible to apply for a Security Worker License. NOTE: Students must be 19 years of age to be eligible to apply for a Security Worker License to work as a security professional.Justice and Public SafetyUndergraduateSecuritySCRT-1655-CM031BST AssessmentWinter 20201/11/2020 12:00:00 AM - 1/11/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class0
Bylaw 1 (Winter 2020 BLAW-1000-NWH04)1/13/2020 4:37:32 PM<mark><b>Course delivery: The first 6 weeks of the course will be online followed by a 1 week break followed by 3 days face to face learning on campus.</b></mark> This course is designed for new and experienced British Columbia bylaw officers as well as those considering a career in the field. The course provides the fundamental knowledge and skills required to function effectively in the role of a local government bylaw officer in British Columbia. You will examine relevant legislation, as well as the legal authority, powers, and duties of a bylaw officer. Various compliance and enforcement measures/options will be explored, including issues surrounding interpretation of bylaws. Attributes and qualities of an effective investigator will be discussed by analyzing the fundamental issues and challenges associated with conducting investigations including evidence collection, documentation, and presentation of evidence in legal and non-legal proceedings. Emphasis is placed on developing skills and knowledge to enhance your ability to defuse emotionally charged situations and to manage your own personal safety and the safety of others. To guide your approach towards and involvement with the public, you will gain a better understanding of issues connected to diversity, mental health, and homelessness. The course uses a blend of online learning and in-class delivery. (FormerlyBYLAW101)Centre for Couns/Comm SafetyUndergraduateBylawBLAW-1000-NWH04Bylaw 1Winter 2020P. LambertM T W 9:00 AM - 4:29 PM4/27/2020 12:00:00 AM - 6/17/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Hybrid3
Theories & Applications (Fall 2019 INTL-5100-OL001)8/20/2019 8:00:34 AMThis is the first course in the Intelligence Analysis Graduate Certificate Program and the Tactical Criminal Analysis Graduate Certificate program. You must be accepted into either program before you can enroll in this course. INTL500 - Intelligence Theories and Applications integrates intelligence theory with methodology and processes that have evolved over time to assist the intelligence professional. The course provides a broad spectrum of learning tools through which you will develop a range of advanced research and thinking skills fundamental to the intelligence analysis process. Learning activities include course notes, readings, individual assignments, a team Wiki, simulated exercises and online discussions. (Formerly INTL500)Justice and Public SafetyGraduateIntelligence AnalysisINTL-5100-OL001Theories & ApplicationsFall 2019J. Pyrik, T. Gavriel9/3/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/6/2019 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 3
Tactical Communications (Fall 2019 INVE-1012-NW001)1/2/2020 5:15:48 PMThe purpose of this course is to provide participants with a basic understanding of key tactical communication strategies and techniques, thus enhancing their ability to perform their duties as field investigators successfully and confidently while avoiding physical confrontations.Justice and Public SafetyUndergraduateInvestigative SkillsINVE-1012-NW001Tactical CommunicationsFall 2019M 8:00 AM - 4:29 PM11/18/2019 12:00:00 AM - 11/18/2019 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class0.5
EMR Accelerated (Winter 2020 PARA-1051-CH001)1/13/2020 4:30:35 PMThe Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) accelerated course offers an introduction to healthcare education for those intending to apply to the Primary Care Paramedic program or challenge provincial licensing examinations to seek employment. The EMR curriculum contains foundational education in anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology. Current best practices in trauma life-support and treatment guidelines form an experiential, 56 hour course led by skilled paramedic field practitioners focusing on the development of the learner to attain core-competencies as defined by the Paramedic Association of Canada (PAC) . Provincially-licensed EMR graduates are employed within areas including: ambulance services; fire departments; industrial projects; life guarding and ski-patrol. <p>You will be asked to provide PROOF of previous training or certification deemed acceptable for enrollment into PARA-1051 on the first day of class. Without it you will not be allowed to proceed into the class. Click link below to access the PARA-1051 EMR Accelerated web page for full listing of prerequisites. <p><a href="http://www.jibc.ca/emra"> PARA-1051 web page</a></p>Paramedic AcademyUndergraduateParamedicinePARA-1051-CH001EMR AcceleratedWinter 2020L. GabrielT W TH F 8:30 AM - 4:29 PM3/17/2020 12:00:00 AM - 3/27/2020 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class4
Intro to SAR BC (Fall 2019 EMRG-1703-OL007)12/1/2019 6:15:29 AMThis course provides a valuable overview of the Search and Rescue (SAR) model used in British Columbia (BC), and the roles and responsibilities of each component in the SAR structure. This course complements the Ground Search and Rescue volunteer training modules currently provided through the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC), and includes examples of typical SAR responses. (Formerly SAR103)Emergency ManagementUndergraduateEmergency ManagementEMRG-1703-OL007Intro to SAR BCFall 2019P. Learoyd12/1/2019 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2019 12:00:00 AMDelivery: Online 0
Forensic Digital Imaging (Fall 2019 INVE-1013-NW001)1/2/2020 4:45:44 PMThis five-day elective focuses on the power of photography as visual communication in an investigative context. Participants will learn how to use photographic applications to document evidence, as well as how to maintain continuity of digital visual evidence and present that evidence in a legal proceeding. The course combines classroom sessions with opportunities for practical application and skills development. On Days 1 to 4, participants will engage in a range of photography exercises, including a night shoot which takes place on day 3, during which they will record images under low light conditions. On the final day, the student will take part in a simulated court session during which they will be expected to present the visual evidence they documented on the previous day. (Formerely IE174)Justice and Public SafetyUndergraduateInvestigative SkillsINVE-1013-NW001Forensic Digital ImagingFall 2019M 8:30 AM - 1:30 PM; M 8:30 AM - 4:29 PM; T 8:30 AM - 11:59 AM; T 12:00 PM - 4:29 PM11/4/2019 12:00:00 AM - 11/8/2019 12:00:00 AMDelivery: In Class2.5
ConRes on the Front Line (Winter 2020 CRES-1200-VI001)1/13/2020 4:31:58 PMAll members of organizations are expected and often required to handle workplace conflicts effectively, yet this can be a challenging task. This course will give you the knowledge and skills for assessing workplace conflict, determining whether a collaborative process or a more formal intervention process is needed and choosing the best intervention approach. You will practice analysing workplace conflicts, and using a collaborative process to intervene as a third party. You will learn to demonstrate leadership in addressing conflict ways that move all people involved towards mutually agreeable solutions. You will have the option to record your role-play on the final day of the course.Centre for Conflict ResolutionUndergraduateConflict ResolutionCRES-1200-VI001ConRes on the Front LineWinter 2020L. DobsonM T W 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM3/2/2020 12:00:00 AM - 3/4/2020 12:00:00 AM1.5