Kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada 2017

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Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada

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Mechanical Techniques - Plumbing

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

The Mechanical Techniques - Plumbing (formerly Plumbing Techniques) program will provide you with a variety of trade-specific skills, introducing you to installing, maintaining and repairing piping systems in residential, commercial and industrial settings, to enhance opportunities for employment. [+]

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada. The Mechanical Techniques - Plumbing (formerly Plumbing Techniques) program will provide you with a variety of trade-specific skills, introducing you to installing, maintaining and repairing piping systems in residential, commercial and industrial settings, to enhance opportunities for employment. Program Highlights In the two-semester Mechanical Techniques - Plumbing program, you will learn to: interpret blueprints install valves and fittings join and secure sections of pipe and test pipe systems develop competencies in venting, waste and drainage systems explore the interaction of alternative energy sources with residential plumbing systems Upon program completion, you will also have obtained tickets for: Working at Heights; Hoisting & Rigging; Lockout/ Tag out; WHMIS And, you will have Grade 12 Math equivalency, a requirement for many apprenticeships. Career Opportunities Graduates may find employment with independent contractors, building maintenance operations or wholesale supply houses. This program can also be your pathway to a plumbing apprenticeship. Or rather than seeking employment immediately, you may choose to add more trade skills to your toolkit with one of Fleming College's programs such as Electrical Techniques, Welding Techniques, or Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. Minimum Admission Requirements OSSD with the majority of credits at the Workplace (E) level, including English. When Workplace (E) is the minimum course level for admission, (C) and (U/C) courses are also accepted. Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. [-]

Computer Security and Investigations

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. [+]

The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. Program Highlights The Computer Security and Investigations program is designed to provide you with the necessary knowledge and skills to take a leadership role in the protection and security of information technology. Your classes are regularly reviewed and improved to be the most current subjects demanded by the industry, such as: Advanced Ethical Hacking Threat and Risk Analysis Information Security Advanced Computer Forensics Internet and Hacking Investigations CISCO Network Design and Management Network Security Criminology Justice Studies In addition to these cutting edge subjects, you will also learn how to develop systems, procedures, and human resources to manage the risks associated with information technology - and be capable of providing technical assistance to prevent, investigate, and protect individuals and organizations from cyber-crime. Your studies will be from a security management and law enforcement perspective, with emphasis placed on both the technological and management skills required to implement information technology security, and the investigative skills necessary to respond appropriately to breaches of security. You will have the added benefit of courses in law, justice, and criminology, taking advantage of Fleming College’s reputation and experience in these fields, in addition to obtaining the technical training you need to function as a technological consultant. In this three-year program, the final sixth semester is an applied project or co-operative field placement in partnership with business, industry, a law enforcement agency, or government department. Why Choose Fleming Fleming has a well-known track record of producing talented graduates in both the Applied Computing and Engineering Science, and the Law and Justice fields. As such, you will acquire the best we have to offer--in a new, winning combination that will put you on the road to success as an in-demand computer security specialist. There are no other programs like this in Ontario. The program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for industry certification in both the computer forensics and networking disciplines. As you progress through the program you will gain the skills required to become industry certified in a number of areas, including: CCNA – Cisco Certified Network Architect CCE – Certified Computer Examiner Security+ Network+ A+ Linux+ MCSE – Microsoft Certified System Engineer CISSP – Certified Information Systems Security Professional (student level qualification) CEH - Certified Ethical Hacker EnCE - Encase Certified Examiner With your diploma, and these top certifications, you will demonstrate your abilities and value to the industry, gaining you the employment advantage. Work Experience In your final semester, you will work on an intensive team project or co-operative field placement. Each student will contribute specialized knowledge, learned in his or her program of study, to the solution of a real world technological problem posed by a sponsoring business or organization. Recent projects include: Co-operative placements within financial and forensic firms, working real cases Co-operative placements within corporate security departments and information security service providers Security and penetration testing of a large Internet Service Provider Forensic analysis and creation of standards for a security corporation Development of a Linux based Darknet and Intrusion Detection system for a professional penetration testing company Development and field deployment of a computer network Intrusion Detection System for a managed security service company to support large commercial clients This applied project or co-operative field placement will enhance problem-solving skills, applied industry knowledge, and the ability to work as part of a team. You'll also learn critical workplace skills such as time management, how to map a critical path, and presentation skills. Since you may be working on sophisticated developmental or research based work, sponsors will often use the project as a testing ground and recruitment opportunity. Is this You? excellent oral and written communication skills good problem solving skills creative and analytical thinking skills previous computing experience able to keep a cool head in a crisis research and investigative skills and interest desire to learn and be challenged strong time management skills Career Opportunities Career opportunities are available in both public and private sector organizations. Job titles include: Information Technology Security Analyst Information Security Administrator Computer Security Consultant Investigator Network Security Specialist Computer Forensics Examiner Digital Investigative Specialist Starting salaries for many positions are $40,000 to $60,000. Industry surveys identify that IT security professionals, with the security skills you will acquire, consistently earn higher income than others in the industry. Minimum Admission Requirements OSSD with the majority of credits at the College (C) and Open (O) level, including: 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) 2 College (C) Math courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted. Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. Additional testing or academic upgrading may be necessary to meet specific course requirements for this program. Advanced Standing Do you have another college diploma, or have you completed other technology courses at another college or university? You may be eligible for advanced standing entry to the Computer Security and Investigations program. With this fast track option, you can quickly complete the program and become qualified to enter the field of computer security. Contact the program coordinator to find out how you can take advantage of this opportunity. Transfer Agreements University of Ontario Institute of Technology [-]

Early Childhood Education

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

In the Early Childhood Education program you will learn how to help young children develop their physical, social, and intellectual skills, their self-confidence and imagination. [+]

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada. In the Early Childhood Education program you will learn how to help young children develop their physical, social, and intellectual skills, their self-confidence and imagination. Program Highlights Learn how to support, encourage and promote a young child’s growth and development through observation and implementation of creative play based learning experiences. At Fleming College Early Childhood Education students have unique opportunities to engage in active classroom learning environments that equip students with the skills and knowledge required to work with children (birth to 12 years). All courses are based on a philosophy that encourages inclusive practices and partnerships with families. An emphasis is placed on applying what’s learned in the classroom to real–world settings, preparing students to start their careers as early childhood educators. Why Choose Fleming A smaller program size means more individual attention in the classroom and customized field placements. The program is designed to provide varied and extensive applied learning opportunities -from courses like Interactive Early Learning With Toddlers and Families and Early Learning Practicums in semesters two, three and four. An interactive online course and a teamwork project “Creating Your Own Childcare” in the final semester consolidates and concludes your ECE learning. Fleming offers support services to assist students in the further development of fundamental life and learning skills important to successfully complete the program. These skills include being able to work independently, participate in a team, organizational abilities, taking initiative and developing good work habits. Work Placement In semesters two and four you'll put theoretical education to work in a child care environment. In semester three, ECE teams will implement and run an Interactive Toddler Program, overseen by ECE faculty in the Peterborough community. This will prepare you for semester four, when you will be pulling it all together in your final block field placements. A background working with young children (ages newborn to 12) in licensed child care centres is strongly recommended as a prerequisite for field placement. Is this You? To succeed in this program and in an ECE career, you need: Good communication skills (both verbal and written) Experience working with young children Well-adjusted, grounded personality A good sense of humour and imagination Patience Empathy Creativity Career Opportunities There is an extremely high rate of related employment for graduates. As an Early Childhood Educator you will find work in child care centers, nursery schools, home day care programs, before and after school programs, early learning and parenting centers, resource services and Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten classrooms.Possibilities that are more exotic include children’s programming at resorts or on cruise ships. Graduates are also qualified to become owner/operators of child care centers. Provincial Registration In order to practice in Ontario as an Early Childhood Educator, graduates must apply for registration in the College of Early Childhood Educators (CECE). Graduates of Fleming College will meet the education requirements for registration. Minimum Admission Requirements OSSD with the majority of credits at the College (C) and Open (O) level, including: 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted. Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. * Students starting in January are required to attend classes over the summer semester. Related Programs If you're sincerely interested in working with children, and are not sure yet which path to take, you might want to consider the Educational Assistant, Social Service Worker or Recreation and Leisure Services programs. Immunization Records and Additional Program Requirements A current immunization record is required. A Current Criminal Reference Check (vulnerable sector included) is required before you can be placed in a field practicum in semester two. You must have this documentation on file at the college by the term deadline. It must be reinstated every 6 months and on file at the college 2 weeks prior to the Christmas break in semester three for compliance throughout your 4th semester practicum. Valid CPR and First Aid certificate (C level) are required before you can be placed in a field practicum in semester two. Current updated documentation must be on file at the college by the term deadline to be compliant for field practicum. Standard First Aid needs to be reinstated every 3 years. CPR needs to be reinstated every year in order to be compliant for field practicum. Third semester students will need this updated information on file at the college, 2 weeks prior to the Christmas break in semester three for compliance throughout your 4th semester practicum. Ability to lift children up to five years of age and diaper children of all ages. Additional Costs Supplies (name tag for placement, supplies for Toddler Program experiences, projects, and outdoor classroom supplies) and textbooks total approximately $1200.00 per year. Travel costs include transportation arrangements to and from field practicum experiences. Transfer Agreements Brock University Conestoga College George Brown College Griffith University Institute of Technology Tralee Nipissing University Ryerson University Seneca College Sheridan College University of Guelph-Humber University of Windsor [-]

Electrical Engineering Technician

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

Our Electrical Engineering Technician program will equip you with electrical and electronic theory and practice - the tools you need to take on entry level positions or an apprenticeship in the electrical industry. [+]

Our Electrical Engineering Technician program will equip you with electrical and electronic theory and practice - the tools you need to take on entry level positions or an apprenticeship in the electrical industry. Program Highlights The four-semester Electrical Engineering Technician program will provide you with a solid foundation. You will learn about programmable logic controls (PLCs), electrical and electronic circuits and systems, instrumentation, cabling, network engineering, and electrical machines and controls. Extensive practice labs will provide you with ample opportunity to develop skills required to assume entry level positions or an electrical apprenticeship. A technical skills shortage is looming both regionally and nationally in Canada. This program has been designed to help fill these technical positions as the manufacturing sector becomes more specialized, the construction industry flourishes, and retirement rates increase. Is this You? You will need these abilities and skills to succeed: an interest in skilled trades and technology enjoyment of problem-solving and troubleshooting manual dexterity a degree of mathematical savvy in order to conduct the calculations necessary (assistance for those not yet proficient with Math has been factored into the program curriculum). Career Opportunities Electrical Engineering Technicians are required to: develop and test power equipment and systems troubleshoot industrial process control systems set up micro-electronic systems and circuits install and commission electrical and electronic equipment and systems analyze the performance of electrical and electronic components A very broad spectrum of career opportunities exists within the electrical industry. Graduates can be employed by electrical utility and power companies, industrial plants, communications companies, and manufacturers of electrical equipment. Consulting firms, construction sites, mining, and transportation industries all hire technicians to design and maintain electrical and electronic systems for use in residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial installations. Graduates of this program may also choose to apply for apprenticeship and write the Basic Exemption Test for Electrical Apprentice and receive credit for some of the in-school portions of the apprenticeship program. Following graduation, you could seek employment as an industrial, maintenance, or construction electrician apprentice. Minimum Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) with the majority of credits at the College (C) and Open (O) levels, including: one Grade 11 or 12 College (C) Mathematics. Note: Workplace (E) level English meets admission requirements. When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) and (U/C) level courses are also accepted. Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. Additional testing or academic upgrading may be necessary to meet specific course requirements for this program. Related Programs Upon graduation from Electrical Engineering Technician: With just 8 additional courses you can complete a second diploma at Fleming in the Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician program and graduate with 2 diplomas in 3 years. [-]

Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technician

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. [+]

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada. Instrumentation technicians commission, install, calibrate, maintain and repair complex measurement and control systems used in a variety of process control applications. Program Highlights As an Instrumentation and Control Technician your career will be technology-based with an applied edge. This four-semester Ontario College Diploma program will prepare you for a hands-on, exciting and rewarding career in emerging engineering and scientific fields. The program provides valuable and in-demand skills required in today's process, manufacturing, and calibration facilities. These include, but are not limited to: Process Control, Safety, Electrical/Electronic Controls and Sensors SCADA/PLC, Automation/Robotics Industrial Communications and Data Acquisition You will also learn required skills in communications, mathematics, science and health and safety to enhance your knowledge and skills for application in the workplace. Candidates in good standing can attend a one week professional training program hosted by Siemens Milltronics Process Instruments, located in Peterborough. This free training allows you to learn the ins and outs of some of the world's best instruments in a professional setting, taught by a certified Siemens professional. Your Lab The engineering commons is where you will gain experience working with a variety of instruments and controls currently used in industry. This well-equipped facility consists of a lower level industry/factory floor area (5000 square feet) and an upper level control/electronic station area overlooking it (3000square feet). Work Experience Students in this program may have the opportunity to apply to paid summer co-ops. Examples of companies that have sponsored co-ops include: OPG, SGS, Andritz Hydro and Opcode Systems. The co-op runs during the summer between years one and two. This co-op allows you to build on your academic education, experience the work environment and make valuable contacts in one of the many diverse industries requiring instrumentation technician professionals. Please note: In addition to tuition and fees, students who participate in a co-op pay a fee (approximately $506.00) for administrative costs associated with the co-op placement. Career Opportunities Graduates can obtain employment in industry sectors that use automated or controlled technology systems, found in the processing, instrumentation, manufacturing, petro-chemical, power generation, mining, oil and gas, alternative energy, nuclear energy, water treatment/water purification, or pulp, paper and wood processing industries. Instrumentation Technician is considered a voluntary trade in Canada, and many companies do not require trade certification. This means you can work in the field as an apprentice, or after obtaining a related two-year diploma After obtaining your diploma and working in the field for a few years, you can write the Trade Certification exam and obtain the Certificate of Qualification, if necessary. Instrumentation Technician graduates use a variety of computing, electromechanical, and test equipment to install, troubleshoot, calibrate, maintain, and repair simple or complex measurement and control devices in a variety of fields. Depending on the industry you choose, a day’s work can range from calibrating small instruments at your desk, to programming a robot to perform a certain task, to braving the elements in the Alberta Oil Sands while repairing a large valve. Typical Job Titles: Instrumentation Technician Process Technician, Process Analyst Control Technician Automation Technician Calibration and Test Technician Technical Sales Opportunities for employment in this field are expected to increase due to retirements, and to recent growth in the manufacturing sector. For more information on this career, visit Human Resources and Skills Development Canada Or, watch the video below about a job in the instrumentation control field. Minimum Admission Requirements Ontario Secondary School Diploma (or equivalent) with courses from the College (C), and Open (O) level including: 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) 1 College (C) Math course (Grade 11 or 12) When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted. Recommended (but not required for admission) 1 College (C) Chemistry or Physics course (Grade 12) Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. Additional testing or academic upgrading may be necessary to meet specific course requirements for entry to this program. Related Program With just 8 additional courses you can complete a second diploma at Fleming in the Electrical Engineering Technician program and graduate with 2 diplomas in 3 years. [-]

Business Administration - International Business

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

With the Business Administration - International Business program you can acquire the skills for a career with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting firms, customs brokers, or with consulting and trading companies. [+]

Prepare for a global career in international trade through: hands-on training and actual import/export activities practical case studies in tariff classification, customs documentation, export market planning and development, NAFTA Rules of Origin, international freight forwarding and logistics, and much more a unique three-week international study field trip. The entire 6th semester is an in-depth Applied Learning Project. Students also have the opportunity to complete the 6th semester at Universidad Del Valle de Mexico near Mexico City or at the University of Turku in Finland. This learning option allows students to put their training into practice, work with international clients while having the unique experience of being immersed in another culture. Why Choose Fleming Fleming College is the only college in Canada that offers you a three-year program that focuses on International Trade emphasizing the practical applications used today. You may actually import or export goods for sale as part of your training. Your in-class instruction will be first-rate, drawing on the faculty's real-life experience in the field coupled with the latest in industry simulation software. Professional affiliations with the Canadian International Freight Forwarding Association (CIFFA) and the Canadian Professional Logistics Institute (P. Log) keep the curriculum relevant and up-to-date. The entire 6th semester is an applied project where you will work with an industry client, either in Canada or abroad. Career Opportunities Your career choices in the area of International Trade are extensive. You can focus your skills on careers in almost any area of business within the global marketplace. Every year this program has a high placement rate. Many of our students find work before graduation - within the field. Our graduates are working around the world with global logistics companies, freight forwarders, importing/exporting firms, customs brokers, or for consulting and trading companies. Job titles include customs clearance agent, designated ship broker, freight forwarder, logistics co-ordinator and international marketing agent, among others. Minimum Admission Requirements OSSD with the majority of credits at the College (C) and Open (O) level, including: 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12) 1 College (C) Math course (Grade 11) When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted. Recommended (but not required for admission): Grade 12 College (C) Math Mature Students If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission. Additional testing or academic upgrading may be necessary to meet specific course requirements for this program. * Students starting in January are required to attend classes over the summer semester. Related Programs Not yet settled on a career in business? Why not consider Marketing, Hotel and Restaurant Management or Tourism and Travel? Additional Costs Approximately $950 per year for books and supplies. Transfer Agreements Griffith University Robert Gordon University Seneca College Trent University [-]

Project Management

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

This post-graduate program provides you with the skills and knowledge to efficiently manage all aspects of a project to achieve organizational goals in a competitive global environment. [+]

Terbaik Kursus-kursus di Amerika Peterborough di Kanada. This post-graduate program provides you with the skills and knowledge to efficiently manage all aspects of a project to achieve organizational goals in a competitive global environment. It also prepares you to write the Project Management Institute's Certified Associate in Project Manager (CAPM®) or Project Management Professional (PMP®) exam. Through classroom sessions and applied project experience with external project sponsors, you will learn and practice how to initiate, plan, execute and close projects incorporating scheduling tools, budgeting principles, human resource management, risk management and quality management. Throughout the program you will hone your communication and team leadership skills to provide you with a competitive edge as a leader of high performance teams. Program Highlights This program is designed for college and university students to enhance their education and acquire the skills to meet the growing demand for project managers in the global economy. Efficient project management has become a key element in the success of today’s organizations. Professionals in this field help to drive innovation and growth within the organization and facilitate the successful completion of projects. The increasing complexity of today’s business environment requires a focus on business basics and well - developed project management skills. There is a globally accepted skill base required for effective project management. The content of this program aligns with the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) as defined by the Project Management Institute (PMI®), a worldwide industry organization association that maintains standards and credentials and certifies project management professionals in 185 countries. You will take courses that develop leadership, organizational, interpersonal, meeting and presentation skills. You will be introduced to traditional project management techniques as well as those from Agile Project Management and Lean Six Sigma. Successful completion of this program will give you the skills and experience sought after by organizations in a wide variety of sectors including business, technology, health care, engineering, government and not for profit. Why Choose Fleming? Fleming College provides a learning experience that is supported by faculty from a wide range of disciplines and industries. The College has strong local, regional and global ties and is highly attuned to the needs of the business community. Students will be surrounded by an environment that values academic excellence as well as practical workplace skills and has an extensive suite of support services. Course material will be delivered using a variety of methods including traditional lectures, case studies, simulations, guest speakers and field trips as well as hands-on experience with integration tools such as Microsoft® Office Project. There is a vibrant and fast-growing international student community which provides a rich experience for domestic and international students. What It Takes to Succeed Cross-cultural awareness Communication skills: verbal, written and presentation Ability to work in teams, assume leadership role when required Organization and time management skills Problem solving skills, analytical abilities Career Opportunities One fifth of the global GDP (US $12 trillion) is being spent on projects in 2012. Organizations that range from global businesses to governments and NGOs have identified project management and skilled project managers as the key to their success. The demand for project professionals is staggering, with an average of 1.2 million projected new jobs needing to be filled each year for the next decade. According to Indeed.com, project management appears to have grown approximately 30% in the last five years. Graduates will find employment in a variety of positions such as: Project Manager Project Analyst Project Control Analyst Business Analyst Project Schedule Analyst Project Officer Project Coordinator Minimum Admission Requirements The minimum admission requirement for this program is an Ontario College Diploma or an undergraduate university degree in business, science, engineering or related field. Professionals who are currently in management and professionals with equivalent and related work experience will also be considered for admission on an individual basis. "CAPM", "PMP", "PMBOK" and "PMI" are registered marks of Project Management Institute Inc. [-]

Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management

Fleming College
Campus Sepenuh masa September 2017 Kanada Peterborough

As a Cultural Heritage Conservation and Management specialist, you will learn a wide range of techniques to save the fragile reminders and markers of the past -- preserved for future generations to learn from and enjoy. [+]

he fundamental role of the conservation professional is to preserve and restore, as appropriate, cultural property for present and future generations. We have a lot to learn from the experiences and events of people who have gone before us. However, we can't learn much from the past if we don't have records of it. Imagine how much history is lost to us when an ancient artifact is destroyed -- by perfectly well-meaning people who want to save it. This is an intensive, fast-paced learning experience that you will undertake in four consecutive semesters. You'll start your classes in September and spend your first three semesters, during the fall, winter and summer, at the college. Following your introduction to the field of conservation, you will gain experience in the care and handling of most common museum materials, including ceramics, glass, stone, metals, wooden objects, leather and proteinaceous materials, textiles, works of art on paper, books, archival materials, photographs and modern materials. Updated curriculum reflects best practices routed in ethical applications. Once you've learned the theory and practical skills, you'll treat museum artifacts from local, regional, and national sites. Complementary courses, workshops, assignments, and community-based projects will offer off-campus opportunities to practice conservation methods. A full-time, unpaid, curriculum-based internship in your final semester (September to December) provides an invaluable learning and work experience. Why Choose Fleming Fleming College's Cultural Heritage Conservation Management program is the only college-level training in this field in Canada. It is widely recognized as providing the optimum synthesis of art and science; graduates are appreciated for their professional ethics and standards,knowledge of sustainable preservation practices, and hands-on experience in the field. Work Experience There are many opportunities to get practical experience both at the college and off-campus. In your fourth semester, you will take on a challenging, full-time, curriculum-based internship at an approved site. Students should be prepared to relocate for the internship, to pay full tuition fees, and be self-supporting during this semester. You can negotiate your own internship with faculty assistance and several students have participated in internships abroad. The internship is an unpaid study experience.Students are responsible for negotiating and funding requirements for international internships including visas, travel and insurance. Every reasonable attempt will be made to fit students to appropriate sites. Students in this program have participated in internships at the following sites: Parks Canada - Conservation Laboratories Museum of Civilization Peterborough Museum & Archives Bata Shoe Museum Royal British Columbia Museum Royal Alberta Museum Historic Royal Palaces Satisfactory completion of the internship is a prerequisite for graduation. Is this You? In this program you require: respect for tangible and intangible heritage a love of history good colour perception visual acuity manual dexterity ability to work in teams a sense of humour time management skills good communication/team skills Looking for an Advantage? Experience or certification in the following are assets: Digital photography Photoshop, Adobe Suite Fall Arrest Training French language skills Fire Prevention Training Firearms Possession and Acquisition Licence (P.A.L.) Experience working with databases Smart Serve Food Handling Other languages Valid driver's licence Criminal Reference Check Vulnerable Sector Career Opportunities Expect to find work in heritage, historical, or cultural organizations and centres, such as archives, museums, historic sites, cultural/heritage institutions, and conservation labs. The employment rate of graduates is very impressive, especially if you are willing to move for work, and take the initiative in developing a network of contacts in the field. Job titles include: conservation technician museum technician curatorial assistant conservator museum registrar heritage interpreter preservation officer Minimum Admission Requirements An Ontario College diploma or a university degree in a related field, or the equivalent College (C) Grade 12 Chemistry ( minimum mandatory requirement) All applicants will be required to demonstrate course credit in the mandatory Chemistry course Applicants who do not meet the minimum academic admission requirements will be considered on an individual basis by the program coordinator. This does not include the mandatory Chemistry requirement, needed to be successful in the program. Health Requirements and Certifications If you have a complex medical history, we strongly advise you to discuss your concerns with the program co-ordinator, and to consult with your doctor. You must update Tetanus and all immunizations prior to the start of classes. In addition, students are required to pay certification fees and present current certification for Standard First Aid, CPR (C Level), WHMIS and Ladder training and a current Criminal Reference Check Vulnerable Sector Screening. Please provide proof of documentation at the start of classes. Additional Costs You should plan to spend approximately $1,900 on books, supplies, and miscellaneous costs. Students are also required to purchase a few tools, brushes, lab materials and appropriate health and safety equipment. Additional fees may be required for field trips or specialized workshops. A laptop with Adobe Creative Suite 6 software and a digital SLR camera are assets. Students should also consider taking advantage of student rates to join industry professional associations. [-]