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

REGISTRATION WILL TAKE PLACE IN JANUARY 2010 FOR THE WINTER 2010 COURSES. WATCH THE WEB FOR FURTHER DETAILS: W W W . V A N I E R C O L L E G E . Q C . C A / C O N T E D / E M P L O I - Q U E B E C _ P A R T - T I M E _ C O U R S E S .

WINTER 2010 COURSES

SIMPLY ACCOUNTNG (PREMIUM 8 – RELEASE B) INTERMEDIATE AUTOCAD (V. 2009) (FOR ARCHITECTURE) INTERMEDIATE (V. 2009) (FOR MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) ADVANCED ORACLE (V.10g) C SHARP LANGUAGE (USING VISUAL STUDIO 2008) WRITTEN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II

SIMPLY ACCOUNTNG (PREMIUM 8 – RELEASE B)

ADVANCED ORACLE (V.10G)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Accounting I and Accounting II or equivalent Using the Simply Accounting Software (Sage Premium 2008) 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-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Monday 6:00 – 9:00pm February 1 – May 17, 2010 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $150 (approximately)

60 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Beginners Oracle This is an advanced course for writing applications requiring database access. In this course, students will learn PL/SQL programming and will use Oracle Developer Suite to develop applications with packages, cursors, triggers, forms and

reports. 6003-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Thursday 6:00 – 10:00pm February 4 – May 20, 2010 (60 hours) $120 (Taxes included) $110 (approximately)

INTERMEDIATE AUTOCAD (V. 2009) (FOR ARCHITECTURE)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Beginners AutoCAD This course will focus on advancing the student’s knowledge of creating 2-D drawings and introducing them to 3-D modeling. Time saving tools will be introduced for working in 2-D as well as 3-D. Students will work in a collaborative environment and be expected to create simple presentations.

6001-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Wednesday 6:00 – 9:00pm February 3 – May 19, 2010 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $70 (approximately)

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

C SHARP LANGUAGE (USING VISUAL STUDIO 2008)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Java Students will develop object-oriented applications using Microsoft Visual C# (C sharp). In addition to an overview of object-oriented design, topics will include code debugging, string manipulation, using methods, understanding arrays, working with user-defined classes and objects and database access. In addition to the general admission criteria listed above, candidates must also have successfully completed a Java course to participate in this

class. 6004-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Tues. 6:00 – 9:00pm February 2 – May 18, 2010 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $95 (approximately)

WRITTEN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS II

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Beginners AutoCAD In this intermediate mechanical AutoCAD course, the students will employ advanced commands using AutoCAD software in order to produce, manage, and modify complex 2-D technical parts and assembly drawings. Students will also learn to customize menus and toolbars and to plot using templates.

6002-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Tuesday 6:00pm – 9:00pm February 2 – May 18, 2010 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $110 (approximately)

45 HOURS - 15 WEEKS - WINTER 2010 Prerequisite: Written Business Communications I or equivalent This intermediate business writing course is designed to improve and boost the students’ communicative skills in English in the workplace. This course offers students an opportunity to build a stronger foundation in written English through a large selection of document writing. Practice will include composing emails, business letters, and will focus on vocabulary specific to the retail industry.

6005-H10

Course Fee: Books:

Thursday 6:00 – 9:00pm February 4 – May 20, 2010 (45 hours) $90 (taxes included) $45 (approximately)

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