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Courses - X
Title Name Delivery
XACC 0150 Campus
XCST 0102

 Communications, Negotiation, and Conflict Resolution


For supervisors, project managers and anyone who must deal effectively and professionally with employees, subtrades, owners, clients, engineers, and employers. Improve your written, oral, and negotiating skills and enhance your conflict resolution skills. 2 credits, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0112

 Construction Project Management


For everyone working in Construction. Gain the knowledge and skills to help you successfully plan, manage, and administer projects from start to finish. 3 credits, recognized by the Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0122

 Construction Law


For owners, managers, supervisors, and project managers who deal primarily in trade-to-trade and /or trade-to-customer situations. Understand construction contracts and contract law. 2 credits, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0132

 Introduction to Construction Estimating


For people working in estimating or for any individual who wants to become an estimator. Gain the knowledge and skills required to visualize the scope and magnitude of a construction project and produce accurate and reliable estimates. Course work includes reviewing drawings through various phases of a project with the aim of determining the quantity and type of materials required for the project. 2 credits, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0142

 First Level Supervisor Training Program


For supervisors, foremen, or any individual who wants to become a First Level Supervisor. Develop the critical skills and learn the concepts required to supervise a construction crew, maximize productivity and quality, and ensure a job gets done on time, on budget, and safely. 5 credits, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0152

 Construction Industry Ethics


For owners/clients, contractors, supervisors, project managers, etc. who must deal effectively and professionally with employees, subtrades, owners, clients, engineers, employers, and the public. Understand ethics as it relates to the construction industry and learn how to navigate daily ethical grey areas. 2 credits, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XCST 0162

 Working in a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace


For managers, supervisors, and anyone working in construction. Learn how to create and participate in a respectful and inclusive workplace to help ensure that your company offers a place where everyone feels wanted and welcomed. 1 credit, Canadian Construction Association.
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Campus
XEDU 0500

 Panama Teacher Training Program

Campus
XMSK 0930

 Stepping Up to Supervision


Stepping Up to Supervision helps bridge gap between working as a frontline employee and stepping up to lead the team. There is a gap in knowledge and experience that prevents many employees from moving to the next step in their career. This course addresses that gap and provides the knowledge and skills necessary to lead a team effectively and competently. A recent study showed that 58% of managers said they did not receive any management training. Stepping Up to Supervision introduces and explains key concepts and skills that enable a qualified employee to effectively move up to a position as a front-line supervisor. It discusses the mindset and skills necessary to make the move from employee to supervisor, improve engagement of employees, and develop strategies for continuing improvement.
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Campus
XOCH 0122

 Bloodborne Pathogens


This program is designed for individuals who may be exposed to blood and body fluids or items contaminated with blood during the performance of their work and who wish to gain a basic understanding of blood-borne pathogens.
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Campus
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