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32.2 Human Resources

In this course students evaluate the role of human resources management in Canada. While learning the different theories and practical application of proper human resource management, the material presents itself in a manner that is intended to be engaging, as well as thought-provoking.

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34.2 Project Management

Project Management has become essential in all areas of modern organizations. This course will develop the core set of technical and managerial skills needed to successfully perform all the steps needed in managing a project. The objective of this course is to explore both the technical and social components of project management. The first half of the course introduces students

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37.2 Supervision

This course introduces students to the supervisory skills needed to succeed in a business management career. Topics include: conflict management, motivation, on-boarding, the costs and benefits of training, and the impact of technology and social media on recruiting and reference check

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36.2 Financial Planning

Students are provided practical application and comprehensive coverage of personal financial planning theories.  Course Topics include, personal financial planning in the areas of money management, tax planning, consumer credit, housing and other consumer decisions, legal protection & insurance.

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35.2 Account & Sales Management

This course focuses on sales techniques to help obtain new customers and retain present ones. Students learn the different techniques used to: secure sales, maintain accounts, and manage clients. Topics include: customer service, techniques for problem solving, and how to analyze and respond to customer behaviour

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36.1 Financial Planning

Students are provided practical application and comprehensive coverage of personal financial planning theories.  Course Topics include, personal financial planning in the areas of money management, tax planning, consumer credit, housing and other consumer decisions, legal protection & insurance.

Read More »

35.1 Account & Sales Management

<meta name=”robots” content=”noindex”>This course focuses on sales techniques to help obtain new customers and retain present ones. Students learn the different techniques used to: secure sales, maintain accounts, and manage clients. Topics include: customer service, techniques for problem solving, and how to analyze and respond to customer behaviour

Read More »

37.1 Supervision

This course introduces students to the supervisory skills needed to succeed in a business management career. Topics include: conflict management, motivation, on-boarding, the costs and benefits of training, and the impact of technology and social media on recruiting and reference check

Read More »

34.1 Project Management

Project Management has become essential in all areas of modern organizations. This course will develop the core set of technical and managerial skills needed to successfully perform all the steps needed in managing a project. The objective of this course is to explore both the technical and social components of project management. The first half of the course introduces students

Read More »

32.1 Human Resources

In this course students evaluate the role of human resources management in Canada. While learning the different theories and practical application of proper human resource management, the material presents itself in a manner that is intended to be engaging, as well as thought-provoking.

Read More »

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