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University of Calgary Continuing Education, Fall 2020

Published by University of Calgary Continuing Education, 2020-10-16 15:37:07

Description: Course guide. September to December, 2020.

Keywords: continuing education,courses,certificates,professional development,lifelong learning


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Monday to Friday and all day on Saturdays When transferring into a course with a fee Prior to admission, an applicant and Sundays. Passes will be sold on a first- that is more than the fee for the course in whose primary language is not come, first-served basis and quantities which the student originally enrolled, the English must demonstrate English are limited. Space is not guaranteed for student will be charged the difference. language proficiency. For details pass holders. Refunds will be issued only go to See in the event your class is cancelled. Failure to return course materials English Language Proficiency. included in the original course fees PARKING DOWNTOWN CAMPUS — in mint condition — at the time of For admission to a program, transfer will result in the cost of the please see ‘Admission’ on the There is a covered pay parking lot materials being charged to the student. certificate or diploma web page. attached to the University of Calgary Downtown Campus and many pay surface In some cases, fees may be applied PREREQUISITE AND PROFICIENCY and underground lots in the downtown to include non-refundable costs area. See incurred by Continuing Education We recommend students complete core on behalf of the student. courses before taking other courses in REFUND, WITHDRAWAL, a certificate program. AND TRANSFER POLICY GRADES AND GRADUATION Prerequisite: Course that must be Note: ‘course’ denotes any Continuing Education ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS completed prior to registering in a course. offering (course, seminar, workshop, etc.) To register for a UCalgary Continuing Proficiency: Level of skill or Any exceptions to the refund, withdrawal Education course, you must be 18 knowledge that is recommended and transfer policies outlined below years of age or older, unless otherwise prior to registering in a course. are stated on the Confirmation of specified, as in the case of academic Registration you receive by email preparation for undergraduates or a ADVANCED STANDING after enrolling in your course. program designed specifically for youth. When you enrol in your certificate and If a refund or transfer is approved, A minimum of a senior high school diploma diploma program, you may request a reimbursement will be made via and relevant workplace experience is prior learning assessment. Advanced the original payment method. recommended for most programs of standing may be granted for equivalent, Reimbursements by cheque may take study; however, we encourage you to graded courses completed at other post- two weeks or more to process. discuss your situation and needs with a secondary institutions. More information Continuing Education Student Advisor. is available at REFUND AND WITHDRAWAL POLICY APPLY FOR CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENTS For a refund to be issued, notice of ADMISSION EARLY withdrawal from a course must be Each Continuing Education Certificate received seven calendar days or more As programs are subject to change, we and Diploma Program has specific prior to the start date of the course. recommend you apply for admission to policies regarding advanced standing your certificate or diploma as early as credits or seminar credits for prior If notice of a student’s withdrawal from possible. Once you are admitted, you learning. For more information a course is received less than seven can be confident that you have locked please refer to specific programs calendar days prior to the start date of in the requirements leading to your at the course, a refund will not be issued. graduation. To enrol in a program now, go or call 403.220.2866. to When you Failure to return course materials enrol in your program, you will be charged YOUR UCID AND YOUR ACCOUNT included in the original course fees a non-refundable fee of $105. Additional — in mint condition — at the time fees may apply for specific programs. When you make your first transaction of your notice of withdrawal will with Continuing Education, you will result in the cost of the materials CERTIFICATE/DIPLOMA establish a student account. You will be being charged to the student. ADMISSION PROCESS emailed a UCID number, followed by a second email with a link to create a TRANSFER BETWEEN COURSES A student who is applying for admission password. Your UCalgary identification to a UCalgary Continuing Education number (UCID) will give you access Students may transfer to a program must complete the online to your Continuing Education student different course at any time prior application form and pay a non- records in your account. This is where you to the start date of the course in refundable fee. The form can be will be able to view your grades, monitor which they are registered. found at your progress in your certificate program, and update personal information. The When transferring into a course Admission to the program will lock in the portal is secure. Only you can view with a fee that is less than the fee requirements leading to your graduation. your personal information. Access is for the course in which the student at under login and originally enrolled, the student will My Account. be reimbursed the difference. 50

ACCESSING YOUR ACCOUNT grades are assigned for each course in TRANSCRIPTS a program of study. Most certificate and Log in using your UCID. If you’re a new diploma programs follow the grading To request an official transcript go to student, you will be emailed a UCID standards established for undergraduate Transcripts at number, followed by a second email instruction at the University of Calgary. The fee is $10 (GST exempt) per official with a link to create a password. transcript, and includes a student copy. In the Certificate for Emerging Leaders VISA, MasterCard or American Express If you are admitted to a certificate or and the Certificate for Front Line Leaders, must be used if ordering by phone. diploma program and wish to check student learning is assessed through the your program status, or view courses evaluation of a reflective journal that is FOR MORE INFORMATION in your program, log in to My Account, submitted following completion of the select My Certificates and click on the required number of instructional hours. University of Calgary certificate name. This will allow you Continuing Education to view the full list of completed and In the Office Applications Certificate, required courses that belong to the student learning is assessed through 403.220.2866 certificate you are working toward. examinations completed at the end of 1.866.220.4992 (Toll Free) each course in the program of study. If you experience problems logging Administrative Offices in, please follow the Forgot Password GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL Energy Resources Research or Forgot UCID links on the login CERTIFICATE AND DIPLOMA PROGRAMS Building (ERRB) page, or call 403.220.2866. N140, 3512 33rd Street NW It is the student’s responsibility to ensure ATTENDANCE AND PERFORMANCE that all requirements for graduation are Information in this guide is accurate fulfilled in a timely fashion. To assist at time of printing. For the most You are strongly urged to attend all students in this, advisors are available complete and up-to-date information sessions. Some courses and seminars have to meet with students, or discuss via go to specific attendance requirements. Please phone or email, to review their status and refer to the course outline for details. determine outstanding requirements. When all requirements are fulfilled, GRADING it is the student’s responsibility to apply to graduate. For details visit Student learning is assessed through assignments and examinations, and The instructors are not just academically strong … they also have strong business acumen and can share real-life stories that help students translate the learning to workplace scenarios.” Karen Cunliffe, GRADUATE Certificate in Professional Management specializing in Risk Management Health, Safety and Environment Certificate 51

Funding and Scholarships We encourage you to review the following lists and apply for all scholarships and funds that you may be eligible for. Detailed information is at SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS Awards are given to deserving students not only for their academic achievement, but also for community involvement. Award sponsors include corporate and private donors. To apply, you must meet eligibility criteria and submission deadlines. Scholarships and Awards Applicable Programs Chartered Professionals in Human Resources of Alberta Award Continuing Education Endowment Award Human Resource Management Continuing Education Lifelong Learner’s Award Adult Learning (all specializations) The Culbert Family Award for Philanthropy Creative Writing Dick Martin Scholarship Award Professional Writing: Business and Technical Esmail and Safana Bharwani Award Professional Writing: Marketing and PR Esmail and Safana Bharwani Entrance Award Visual Design (all specializations) Health and Safety Conference Society of Alberta Scholarship Kay A. Pringle Memorial Scholarships All programs Palpa and Lila Nair Scholarship All programs Occupational Health and Safety All Professional Certificate programs, 100 hours or greater First course of any professional certificate program, 100 hours or greater Occupational Health and Safety Business Analysis Business Intelligence and Analytics Human Resource Management Marketing Professional Management Environmental Management Occupational Health and Safety GRANTS AND FUNDING These financial assistance programs are available to Continuing Education students and employers. Funds Applicable Programs Canada Alberta Job Grant Most programs Canada Training Credit Most programs Student Lines of Credit See Web Windmill Microlending (formerly Immigrant Access Fund) See Web 52

Frequently Called Numbers Bookstore 403.220.5937 Health and Recreation Centre 403.220.7749 Safewalk: Main 403.220.5333 Campus Security (Main) 403.220.5333 Main Switchboard 403.220.5110 Service Stop (Degree credit) 403.210.7625 Campus Security (Downtown) 403.473.2614 Parking Services 403.220.6771 Taylor Family Digital Library 403.220.8895 ContEd Student Services 403.220.2866 Main Campus AD Administration BI Biological Sciences CCIT Calgary Centre for Innovative Technology EDC Education Classroom Block EDT Education Tower EEEL Energy, Environment, Experiential Learning ERRB Energy Resources Research Building Continuing Education Administration EN Schulich School of Engineering ES Earth Science ICT Information and Communications Technologies MH MacEwan Hall MT MacKimmie Tower MS Math Science MSC MacEwan Student Centre PF Professional Faculties SA Science A Building SB Science B Building SH Scurfield Hall SS Social Science ST Science Theatres TFDL Taylor Family Digital Library TRA Trailer A TRC Trailer C TRD H Trailer D - H Downtown Campus PARKING P1 906 8 Avenue SW (Indigo — attached to the 53 University of Calgary Downtown Campus) P2 919 8 Avenue SW (Impark) P3 1001 8 Avenue SW (Impark) P4 1001 7 Avenue SW (Impark) P5 909 7 Avenue SW Garden Towers (Vinci) P6 725 9 Avenue SW (Centennial) P7 830 9 Avenue SW (Calgary Parking Authority) P8 920 9 Avenue SW Continental Towers (Impark) P9 907 9 Ave SW (Impark) Calgary Parking Authority: 403.537.7000 Indigo: 403.269.7275 Vinci Park: 403.296.1820 CALGARY TRANSIT STATIONS Southbound: 7 Avenue between 8 Street and 7 Street SW Northbound: 7 Avenue at the corner of 7 Street and 7 Avenue for Calgary Transit routes and schedules, call 403.262.1000, or visit

Earn a certificate or diploma in Occupational Health and Safety This fully online program is instructor-led and scheduled with part-time learners in mind. Occupational Health Occupational Health Occupational Health and Safety Fundamentals and Safety Advanced and Safety Diploma Certificate 200 hours Certificate 400 hours 800 hours Approved by the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP). TECHNOLOGY Help your employees This federal/provincial grant is a MANAGEMENT diversify their skillset funding opportunity for employers SERIES NEW to develop their workers to meet the Contact UCalgary Continuing Education company’s needs. Register now for these short seminars at 403.220.2866 or online today... designed for non-technical individuals. we are here to respond to your needs. Through this grant, the government Get a 5% discount for registering in may contribute up to $10,000 per three or more seminars. trainee, while employers must cover a minimum of one third of direct training costs. Applications are made by the employer. For assistance in completing the application for grant funding call 403.220.2866.

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