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NEW EMPLOI-QUÉBEC PART-TIME BUSINESS COURSES 2009 & 2010

AUTUMN 2009 COURSES

SIMPLY ACCOUNTNG (PREMIUM 8 – RELEASE B)

BEGINNERS ORACLE (V.10g)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: Accounting I and Accounting II or equivalent Using the Simply Accounting Software (Sage Premium 8 – Release B) for MS-Windows, students will acquire the necessary skills to perform and make journal entries for basic accounting tasks such as the General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Payroll, and Inventory.

6000-A09

6001-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Tuesday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 8 to December 15 (45 hours) OR Thursday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 10 to December 17 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $150 (approximately)

BEGINNERS AUTOCAD (V. 2009)

(FOR ARCHITECTURE) 45 HOURS – 15 WEEKS

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    FALL 2009

Prerequisite: Drafting or Technical Drawing Course This course will focus on developing basic architectural drawing skills in AutoCAD. Students will learn how to manipulate the user interface, begin new drawings, and create/modify drawing objects. In addition, students will learn how to use layers, annotation elements, and symbols.

60 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - FALL 2010 In this introductory database design course, students will learn to create databases as well as how to store and retrieve data using Oracle. In addition, students will be introduced to database administration operations such as creating user accounts, defining roles, and assigning privileges to a given role.

6005-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Wednesday 6:00 – 10:00pm September 9 – December 16, 2009 (60 hours) $120 (taxes included) $110 (approximately)

BEGINNERS HTML

45 HOURS - 13 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: None In this beginner course, students will create a website and will perform basic operations such as getting access to, downloading from and uploading files to this Web site. In addition, students will layout, format and create Web pages to display information using HTML lists, links, frames, tables and forms.

6006-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Saturday 9:00am – 12h30pm September 12 – December 12, 2009 (45 hours) (no class Oct. 10) $90 (taxes included) $130 (approximately)

6002-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Wednesday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 9 – December 16, 2009 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $70 (approximately)

BEGINNERS AUTOCAD (V. 2009) (FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: Drafting or Technical Drawing Course In this introduction to the mechanical components of the basic AutoCAD software, students will learn general concepts of CAD, their applications and basic commands to produce, manage, and modify simple 2-D technical drawings. Students will also learn to plot and to manage the properties of objects. Students successfully completing the class will come away with sufficient knowledge of AutoCAD to design parts and create 2-D plans.

6003-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Tuesday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 8 – December 15, 2009 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $70 (approximately)

AUTOCAD 3-D (V. 2009) (FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: Intermediate 2-D AutoCAD The objective of this course is to introduce students to AutoCAD’s 3-D modeling capabilities. The students will learn basic 3-D commands to produce, manage, and modify simple 3-D technical drawings, to learn to produce 2-D plans from 3-D objects, and to learn to plot.

DEVELOPPER WITH VB.NET (USING VISUAL STUDIO 2008)

30 HOURS - 10 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: Visual Basic This course is designed to introduce Visual Studio .NET for designing, developing and testing Windows-based and Web- oriented applications using Visual Basic.NET. Topics include common operations such as event programming, adding menus and working with forms for developing these applications

6007-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Monday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 14 – November 23, 2009 (30 hours) (no class Oct. 12) $60 (taxes included) $160 (approximately)

WRITTEN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS I

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - FALL 2009 Prerequisite: Good Spoken English Skills This course will help students acquire a basic and functional level of English in order to communicate efficiently in the workplace. Students will focus on improving their English writing and grammar by writing a wide variety of workplace documents such as emails and letters. Practice will also include a specific focus

on the retail industry.

6008-A09

Tuesday 6:00 – 9:00pm

Course Fee: Books:

September 8 – December 15, 2009 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $45 (approximately)

6004-A09

Course Fee: Books:

Thursday 6:00 – 9:00pm September 10 – December 17, 2009 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $110 (approximately)

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