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|Health||Acupuncture||ACPT||AD||F||6||clinics||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Acupuncture diploma program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the entry-level standards of practice set by the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO). This program provides in-depth theoretical and clinical components of Acupuncture. Students benefit from expert clinical training that combines integrative healthcare models with Traditional Chinese Medicine, providing graduates with the necessary skills to practice as a regulated healthcare professional.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/acupuncture-acpt/|
|Health||Acute Complex Care for Internationally Educated Nurses||ACCA||GC||W||2||clinics x 2||Barrie||7,900||current registration with the nursing regulatory body in their home province/state and or county||91||6.5||This program is designed to assist Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) in developing themselves further as nurses practicing in acute complex care and preparing them with the clinical skills to work in an acute complex care setting in Ontario. Emphasis is placed on the application and evaluation of advanced theories and practice in acute primary care, and guidance of others as part of the health care team. Students gain advanced theoretical and experiential knowledge in pharmacology, health assessment and emergency nursing through classroom instruction, simulation labs and practicum placements.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/acute-complex-care-for-internationally-educated-nurses-acca|
|Human Services||Addictions:Treatment & Prevention||ADTP||GC||F||14||3||internship||Orillia||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||In this graduate level program, students learn to provide a client-centred and client-driven continuum of treatment for individuals with addiction problems. With a solid framework of individual and group counselling skills, the students study individual, gender and societal considerations and the resulting treatment implications. They practise motivational interviewing techniques and learn the importance of matching client needs with intervention options. In addition, students reconstruct education and prevention strategies and design, facilitate and evaluate such tools.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/addictions-treatment-and-prevention-adtp/|
|Business||Advertising and Marketing Communications||ADMC||DI||F||76||4||field placemnt||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to provide training in the theoretical and practical aspects of modern marketing communications. Graduates will be able to perform advertising/communications functions using a variety of media techniques.|
Advertising and marketing communications is the art and business of developing and communicating messages. It effectively reaches individuals with information about products, services and ideas. It’s exciting, creative, demanding, rewarding and challenging. Let Georgian give you a head-start on your career in advertising and marketing communications!
|Engineering||Architectural Technician||ARTC||DI||F||75||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This two-year program, with 4 semesters and 2 co-op work experiences, prepares students to work alongside architects, designers and project managers. While developing skills in architectural drafting and design as well as an understanding of the building design and construction process, students take courses in computer-aided drafting and project design, building codes, contracts and specifications. Teamwork and project-based learning is emphasized. This program is common with the first four semesters of the Architectural Technology program and graduates may choose to continue into the third year of that program.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/architectural-technician-co-op-artc|
|Engineering||Architectural Technology||ARTE||AD||W||91||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is a three-year co-operative education program with 6 academic semesters and 3 co-op work terms. It prepares graduate technologists to work with architects, engineers, designers and project managers as an integral part of the team developing, presenting and executing of building designs. The program equips a student with comprehensive understanding of current competitive architectural / construction environments that challenge professionals in the field, including mastering the latest codes and standards, site management techniques and computer technologies.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/architectural-technology-co-op-arte|
|Design||Art & Design Fundamentals||AADF||CE||F/W||52||2||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Art and Design Fundamentals is a one-year certificate program that provides a solid foundation in art and design. It also provides the opportunity for students to assess which area of the visual arts is most appropriate to their individual abilities. Effective research, problem-solving, and conceptualization skills are developed to nurture talents and prepare students for future studies in art and design. The range of courses provides an opportunity to learn new skills and refine existing skills. The portfolio developed in this program will be valuable when applying to specialized art or design programs.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/art-and-design-fundamentals-aadf/|
|Business||Automotive Business||AUBU||DI||F/W||91||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Automotive Business program prepares individuals for professional and essential support positions in the automotive industry sectors such as dealerships and the aftermarket industry. Students are also provided with opportunities to explore possibilities of entrepreneurship within the automotive industry. The program includes introductory business courses and specific automotive courses that explore various facets of the automotive industry. The co-operative work experience is a vital component of the program allowing students to confirm their career choice and to develop a network to establish their career path. Graduates of the program will have the skills, knowledge, and experience to assume a position in a broad range of organizations within the automotive industry.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/automotive-business-co-op-aubu/|
|Business||Aviation Management||AVIA||DI||F||100||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,300||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to give students knowledge and hands-on experience in Aviation and Management as well as provide co-operative work experience in the Aviation industry. A variety of aviation courses provide students with a solid understanding of the aviation industry in Canada and around the world. Students are given the opportunity to pass the examination to receive their Restricted Aeronautical Radio Operation License. Management courses are designed to give students an understanding of management practices and procedures in order to be prepared for future promotional opportunities.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/aviation-management-co-op-avia/|
|Hospitality||Baking and Pastry Arts||BAKE||CE||F||2||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Begin your career as a baker or pastry chef! Through hands-on training, students will study traditional and contemporary baking methods, the basics of pastry, cake decorating and contemporary dessert plating. Through classroom lectures, students learn baking theory, nutrition, trade calculations, sanitation, food safety and business concepts to support skills used in the daily operation of a bakery. Using global industry trends, graduates are prepared to critically think, innovate, and to professionally apply business management skills for lifelong career success as a baking professional in all sectors of the food service industry or as entrepreneurs.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/baking-and-pastry-arts-bake/|
|IT||Big Data Analytics||BDAT||GC||F/W/S||2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Big Data allows users to visualize past, present, and future patterns by linking and presenting information in meaningful ways. Data Analytics offers deeper insight into the meaning of data sets by telling the story behind the information. This enables stakeholders to make more informed decisions, predict trends and better understand the needs and sentiments of customers. This program provides students with a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and applied skills. Students learn how to collect, curate, manipulate, encode, and store data sets so they can be analyzed and mined in such a way that they can be reused and repurposed to solve challenges that don’t yet exist.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/big-data-analytics-bdat/|
|Health||Biotechnology - Health||BIOT||DI||F/S||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are prepared for a career as a lab technician in a biomedical field. Experimental techniques and use of scientific equipment across a variety of disciplines including biology, chemistry and physics will form the basis of the program. Both the theoretical and practical aspects of this discipline are equally emphasized. Upon graduation, students will be able to perform a wide array of experiments and assays to answer clinically-related and scientific problems.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/gc2017/academics/full-time-programs/biotechnology-health-biot/|
|Business||Business - Accounting||BACT||DI||F/W||100||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||An accounting education helps you to understand “the numbers” which is critical to the success of every type of business. If you are a logical thinker and enjoy the challenge of unravelling the mystery of numbers then this program is for you. In this increasingly complex and competitive business environment, accounting skills are very much in demand.|
The program provides a foundation in all of the functional business areas and a comprehensive education in specific accounting practices and theory. Through a strong focus on application both in the classroom and through co-op work terms, students develop the skills needed for success in the business world; analytical thinking, problem solving, communication and teamwork. Students graduate ready to enter the workforce and support the accounting activities of any organization.
|Business||Business - Accounting (non Co-op)||BACN||DI||F/W||100||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||An accounting education helps you to understand “the numbers” which is critical to the success of every type of business. If you are a logical thinker and enjoy the challenge of unravelling the mystery of numbers then this program is for you. In this increasingly complex and competitive business environment, accounting skills are very much in demand. |
The program provides a foundation in all of the functional business areas and a comprehensive education in specific accounting practices and theory. Through a strong focus on application, students develop the skills needed for success in the business world; analytical thinking, problem solving, communication and teamwork. Students graduate ready to enter the workforce and support the accounting activities of any organization.
|Business||Business - Entrepreneurship||ENTC||DI||F||4||co-op||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is intended for students who wish to develop a strong educational and experiential base in business. Students acquire skills in acquisitions analysis, market research, selling, networking, financial analysis and planning, various computer applications and systems, social entrepreneurship development, human resource planning and management. Students also develop skills to integrate the whole area of business principles and practices in order to successfully operate and manage a business.|
This program is particularly appropriate for students whose goal is to enter a family business, start their own business, or enter employment in a small business. One of the key experiential outcomes is the research, development and presentation of a complete business plan for a new enterprise.
|Business||Business - Entrepreneurship non co-op||ENTB||DI||F||100||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is intended for students who wish to develop a strong educational and experiential base in business. Students acquire skills in acquisitions analysis, market research, selling, networking, financial analysis and planning, various computer applications and systems, social entrepreneurship development, human resource planning and management. Students also develop skills to integrate the whole area of business principles and practices in order to successfully operate and manage a business.|
This program is particularly appropriate for students whose goal is to enter a family business, start their own business, or enter employment in a small business. One of the key experiential outcomes is the research, development and presentation of a complete business plan for a new enterprise.
|Business||Business - Marketing (non Co-op)||BMKN||DI||F/W||54||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This co-op program introduces students to the various functional aspects of business in general, and marketing more specifically. Graduates are able to apply planning, assessment, analysis, communication, sales, teamwork, research, and design skills to support the marketing activities of an organization. Graduates are also able to participate in the design of an organization's marketing plan and development of a range of marketing strategies, tactics and materials, online and off.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-marketing-co-op-bmkt|
|Business||Business - Marketing, co-op||BMKT||DI||F||100||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program introduces students to the various functional aspects of business in general, and marketing more specifically. Graduates are able to apply planning, assessment, analysis, communication, sales, teamwork, research, and design skills to support the marketing activities of an organization. Graduates are also able to participate in the design of an organization's marketing plan and development of a range of marketing strategies, tactics and materials, online and off.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-marketing-bmkn|
|Business||Business Admin - Accounting||BAAC||AD||F/W||38||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program, students are introduced to the various functional aspects of business in general, and accounting in particular. Graduates are proficient in computer, communication, and mathematical skills and employ advanced management and financial management techniques to support accounting activities, including the maintenance of accounting records and the preparation and presentation of financial statements. In addition to the skills acquired in the two-year program, graduates are able to perform a number of more complex functions using analytical and evaluation skills to support management decision-making and collaborating in the design of an organization's internal control system.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-administration-accounting-co-op-baac/|
|Business||Business Admin. - Human Resources||BAHR||AD||F/W||100||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Graduates of the program carry out human resources functions within the domestic and international business environments. Graduates are prepared to implement and evaluate plans for staffing, performance management, training, employee and labour relations, health and safety, and benefits and compensation administration functions. They are also able to apply communication, information technology, teamwork, leadership and organizational development strategies to support the human resources activities of an organization. They are able to contribute to a number of more complex functions supporting organizational effectiveness, including applying principles of financial analysis and control, collaborating in the design of an organization's human resources plan, and in the preparation of an organization's business plan.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-administration-human-resources-co-op-bahr|
|Business||Business Administration||BADM||AD||F/W||39||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Georgian's three-year, Co-op, Business Administration program is as diverse as business itself. Required courses provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and skills for success in business and management. The broad range of choice in the third year provides the opportunity to tailor the diploma to unique career goals, including options in payroll, accounting, computers, advertising, marketing, logistics, human resource, entrepreneurship, international business management, leadership and the completion of external certification requirements.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-administration-co-op-badm|
|Business||Business Fundamentals||BSFN||CE||F||2||Owen Sound||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Preparation program for any Business DI, AD, BA. This program is intended for students who wish to develop the skills and knowledge appropriate for an entry-level position in business. Completion of the program will provide the student with a solid business foundation, while exposure to core business courses will allow students to understand the different areas of business and better choose an area of focus. After successful completion of the program, a student will be eligible to enrol in a number of Georgian’s Business diploma programs.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-fundamentals-bsfn/|
|Business||Business non co-op||BUSN||DI||F/W||44||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||For students interested in managing people or processes, Georgian's two-year Business program provides a solid foundation in the basics of business. Studies in economics, accounting, marketing, and human resources lay the foundation for a good start. Individual courses provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to get to work. This program can launch a career or can be a spring-board into further studies.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-busn/|
|Business||Business, co-op||BUSG||DI||F/W||44||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||For students interested in managing people or processes, Georgian's two-year, Co-op, Business program provides a solid foundation in the basics of business. Studies in economics, accounting, marketing, and human resources lay the foundation for a good start. Individual courses provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and skills required to get to work. This program can launch a career or can be a spring-board into further studies.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/business-co-op-busg/|
|Skilled||Cabinetmaking Techniques||CABT||CE||F||3||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program gives students many project opportunities that develop the foundational knowledge and skills for the cabinetmaking industry. Many hands-on opportunities ensure that graduates are competent in all aspects of the industrial cabinetmaking/ woodworking field, from the planning stages to the application of final finishes on various products.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/cabinetmaking-techniques-cabt|
|Skilled||Carpentry and Renovation Techniques||CRNT||CE||F||92||2||Barrie/Owen Sound/Muskoka||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program provides graduates with occupational skills for employment in the construction industry. It focuses on residential and light commercial construction, which will include surveying and lot layout, concrete form work, framing, interior and exterior finish and sustainable construction techniques. Students study theory and applications of safety, building codes, blueprint reading and energy efficiency. Students will learn to interpret the Ontario Building Code as it applies to renovations and new construction. Basics of entrepreneurship will be presented.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/carpentry-techniques-cart|
|Human Services||Child and Youth Care||CYCA||AD||F/W||51||6||field placemnt x 4||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Learn to work with children and youth who exhibit social, emotional and behavioral problems that may be associated with mental health and cognitive issues, socioeconomic factors, trauma and abuse, and involvement with the justice system. Child and Youth Care practitioners engage with at-risk children, youth and their families as they navigate these challenges and build on strengths and capacities to facilitate positive changes. Students explore, practice, and implement a variety of evidence-informed therapeutic prevention and intervention strategies that are based on a foundational understanding of risk and resiliency, the ecological perspective, relational practice, human development, family systems, cultural diversity and exceptionalities. To enhance learner experience, we emphasize experiential interactive learning, community service and social entrepreneurship.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/child-and-youth-care-cyca/|
|Engineering||Civil Engineering Technician||CVET||DI||F/W||100||4||co-op||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Graduates from this program are prepared to work with engineers and construction project managers as part of a team constructing roads, bridges, sewers, water mains, and other infrastructure. Technicians develop information for cost estimation, perform materials testing, and assist in the administration of projects in the field. Teamwork and project-based learning are emphasized. |
This program is common with the first four semester of the Civil Engineering Technology program, and graduates may choose to continue into the third year of that program.
|Engineering||Civil Engineering Technology||CVTY||AD||F||93||6||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is scheduled to take advantage of typical Canadian construction seasons. Upon graduation, the students are prepared to work with engineers, designers, and construction project managers as an integral part of the team. Students are exposed to three program principles: 1) proposal development (construction of roads, bridges, sewers, water mains, and other infrastructure), 2) cost estimation, and 3) field work (materials testing and project administration). The use of the latest codes and standards, site management techniques, and related computer technologies along with integrated work placement experiences equip graduates to succeed in this rapidly evolving and growing industry.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/civil-engineering-technology-co-op-cvty|
|Liberal Arts||Communication and Professional Writing||PROW||GC||F||2||placement||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students focus on professionalizing their communication skills through intensive practical writing activities and the application of relevant theoretical content. Students plan, create, edit, and deliver messages for a range of audiences, purposes, and mediums, including print, social media, and web-based contexts. Independently and collaboratively, students complete projects including case studies, writing workshops, and project management assignments. Students gain professional and entrepreneurial skills for industry and self-employment, as well as real life experience through participation in a placement during the final semester.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/gc2017/academics/full-time-programs/communications-and-professional-writing-prow/|
|Health||Communicative Disorders Assistant||CODA||GC||F||93||3||field placement x 2||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Communicative Disorders Assistant Program prepares graduates to work in an adjunctive capacity as supportive personnel to qualified Speech-Language Pathologists and/or Audiologists in a variety of treatment settings. Emphasis is placed on preparing graduates to conduct remediation programming after the Speech-Language Pathologist or the Audiologist has completed the assessment and determined the treatment plan.|
Based on a thorough understanding of physiological and functional speech/language and hearing disorders, students develop programming skills and learn intervention techniques to evoke and sustain communication behaviours. In addition students become aware of vital behaviour and environmental factors that can potentially support or erode the efficacy of treatment.
|Community safety||Community and Justice Services||CJSR||DI||F/W||65||4||field placement||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students gain the knowledge and skills required to work with at-risk and offender populations in a variety of institutional and community correctional programs that operate within and adjacent to the justice system. A common first-year with the Protection, Security and Investigation and Police Foundations programs allows students the opportunity to transfer between programs after the first year of study, while gaining an understanding of criminal justice in Canada. |
Second year courses incorporate the interpersonal, problem-solving, counselling and case management skills required of the profession to ensure the protection of the public and successful rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders. Students complete a field placement at a professional community or custody based justice agency that supports a transition to the profession.
|Human Services||Community Development and Social Innovation||CDSI||DI||F||4||field placemnt x2||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Social challenges require collaboration from multiple sectors to make a difference in our world. The program provides students with an interdisciplinary, systems approach to making transformative changes to our communities. The program combines social justice and social change principles with strategic skills and knowledge from the non-profit, government and business sectors. Curriculum includes study in the following areas: social challenges, community development, social entrepreneurship, business, fundraising, and event planning, human resources and leadership development.|
Through experiential learning, students participate in the community building process and become facilitators of social change. By engaging directly with communities, students learn to appreciate and build upon the strengths of the community and utilize multiple perspectives to effectively make a difference.
|IT||Computer Systems Technician - Networking||CSTN||DI||F/W/S||90||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program, students focus on networking, operating systems, system administration, virtualization, and security related to new computer networks and the maintenance of existing computer networks. As an official Cisco Networking Academy partner, certified instructors assist students preparing for industry recognized certifications such as the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Routing and Switching. Students gain experience in problem solving, and effective oral and written communications through examination of current industry trends and requirements. Students acquire professional and entrepreneurial skills for industry and self-employment, as well as real life experience through participation in co-op work terms.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/computer-systems-technician-networking-co-op-cstn/|
|Hospitality||Culinary Management||CULN||DI||F/W||100||4||co-op||Barrie||8,400||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Touch, Taste, feel the difference! This program equips students with the necessary job ready skills for success as a culinary professional in all sectors of the food service industry. Students will learn fundamental food knowledge and develop skills to work in the world’s best kitchens giving them exposure to chefs and industry leaders. Courses focus on professionalism, culinary and business skills, safety and sanitation, nutrition, product knowledge and identification. Opportunities exist for students to participate in entrepreneurial experiences and access pathways to future learning. A capstone activity will hone students’ knowledge and skills to showcase their culinary and professional leadership skills. This program provides the in school portion of the cook apprenticeship program of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/culinary-management-co-op-culn/|
|Hospitality||Culinary Skills||CULI||CE||F/W||58||2||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Feed your dreams! This one year program trains students to work in professional kitchens regionally, nationally, and internationally. Students learn fundamental food knowledge and develop skills of food preparation and presentation that prepares them for lifelong career success with strong industry connections. Students practice professionalism, culinary and management skills, safety and sanitation, nutrition, product knowledge and identification while applying their skills in a hands on learning environment. This program provides the in school portion of the cook apprenticeship program of the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/culinary-skills-culi|
|Health||Dental Hygiene (6 semesters)||DNTH||AD||F||54||6||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Dental Hygiene program will prepare the student to assume a position as a dental hygienist capable of providing preventive and therapeutic dental hygiene services utilizing the Dental Hygiene Process. In all roles and practice settings, the dental hygienist works with the client and community using a problem-solving framework, basing all decisions, judgments and interventions on current dental hygiene research and theory. The program will prepare the graduate for the legal and ethical responsibilities of a dental hygienist and with a basic understanding of business practices related to self-employment.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/dental-hygiene-dnth|
|Health||Dental Assisting (Lvls I & II)||DNAS||CE||F/W||58||3||field placement||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Dental Assisting program will prepare a student to assume a position as a dental assistant, capable of working interdependently and collaboratively with health professionals in a variety of practice settings. Corresponding with the level of study and in accordance with current legislation, the graduate of this program will perform a variety of roles including clinical, education, health promotion, business administration and laboratory assistant consistent with national standards. |
The graduate of this program will be eligible to write the National Dental Assistants Board Exam (NDAEB). The graduate is eligible for certification by the Ontario Dental Assistants Association (ODAA). To be certified by the Canadian Dental Assistants Association (CDAA) the graduate must have successfully completed the NDAEB. This allows the graduate to practice as a Level II Dental Assistant.
|Human Services||Developmental Services Worker||DSWR||DI||F||53||4||placement x 3||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Developmental Services Worker program provides students with the knowledge and skills required to support people with developmental disabilities to participate in all aspects of life in their communities. Our program is anchored philosophically in persondirected planning, and in promoting the development of natural supports and opportunities for inclusion.|
Our program includes core/mandatory curriculum areas, general education, communication courses, and field placements. Core curriculum areas include intensive study in the following: supporting individuals and their families; accessibility, inclusion and participation; physical well being and administration of medication; skills of helping, as well as professional communication, values, ethics and principles.
|Design||Digital Video||DVID||GC||F||2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Digital video has become a specialized service within the photography profession. Students in this program build on previously gained digital photography and imaging abilities and experience, adding industry standard skills and expertise applicable to planning, capturing, and editing digital video. Students also assess client needs for video products and focus on realistic solutions that will be aesthetic, marketable, and polished. This program covers pre-production, video capture, sound, editing, video aesthetics, and relevant business practices.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/digital-video-dvid/|
|Human Services||Early Childhood Education||ECED||DI||F/W||91||4||field placement x 3||Orillia/Owen Sound||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are prepared to educate and care for children from birth to twelve years old. Our program philosophy ensures that students learn the skills necessary to plan and implement play-based learning that supports children in all areas of their development. Students learn how to be responsive caregivers to facilitate a child's feelings of self-worth and social-emotional resiliency. Partnerships with parents, families, other professionals, and community programs are encouraged. These connections form the foundation of working in the field of early learning and care. Field placements offer students the opportunity to practice the skills and techniques that are learned in the classroom. The program offers students a unique balance between theoretical knowledge and practical experience.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/early-childhood-education-eced/|
|Engineering||Electrical Engineering Technician||EETN||DI||F/W||63||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The program curriculum incorporates theory applications and practical experience from the generation, distribution, utilities and automation industries. Concepts from the sciences and humanities are emphasized to ensure that the graduate is provided with current technical knowledge, skills, and practice.|
This program is highly competitive
|Engineering||Electrical Engineering Technology||EETY||AD||F/W||50||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The curriculum incorporates theory, applications and practical experience from the manufacturing, robotics, computer communications and utilities industries, along with concepts from the sciences and humanities to ensure the graduate is provided with current technical knowledge, skills and practice.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/electrical-engineering-technology-co-op-eety|
|Skilled||Electrical Techniques||ELTQ||CE||F||2||Owen Sound/Midland||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program provides students with the theoretical and practical training to perform most basic electrical techniques. At the completion of the program, students are ready to apply for work as an Electrician's helper or apprentice, or they may choose to continue their education and apply for an Electrical Engineering Technician or Technologist post-secondary program. Students will be exposed to topics including|
health and safety, reading of drawings, applied math, communications, electrical theory, electronic theory, installation practices, CAD and basic control system principles.
|Engineering||Environmental Technician||ENTN||DI||F||56||4||co-op||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Environmental Technician graduates are trained as entry-level practitioners in the use of environmental sampling, monitoring and testing equipment and information technology tools and will be familiar with standard operating procedures for conducting environmental projects. The program provides students with applied knowledge of health, safety and environmental legislative requirements, environmental management systems; and the basic principles of ecosystem-based management for sustainability.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/environmental-technician-co-op-entn|
|Engineering||Environmental Technology||ENVR||AD||F||64||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Environmental Technology graduates have advanced skills in the use of environmental sampling, monitoring and testing equipment; data analysis; and information technology tools. They are familiar with applying the principles of ecosystem-based management for sustainability and have the ability to manage environmental projects from planning through to implementation and maintenance. They have applied knowledge of health, safety and environmental requirements and can contribute to risk assessment and environmental systems management. This program provides an opportunity for students to apply their skills through partnerships in the community and stresses the need for designing and implementing systems to prevent, control and clean-up environmental contamination.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/environmental-technology-co-op-envr|
|Health||Esthetician||ESTH||DI||F/W||39||4||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program prepares students with the knowledge, skills and professional competencies required for the Esthetics industry. Graduates of this program are able to provide advanced spa modalities such as; make-up and specialized skin, body and hand/foot treatments. In addition, business applications required to run a small business are emphasized. This program has been specifically designed with the intent to academically prepare the graduate for future international and provincial testing and recognition.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/esthetician-esth|
|Hospitality||Event Management||EVNT||GC||F||84||2||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The event management program provides students with the skills and knowledge for successfully running various special events in such sectors as entertainment, sports and recreation, business and the entertainment industry.|
Graduates will have experienced the many facets of event management ranging through research, planning, programming, marketing, financing and analyzing events.
|Design||Fine Arts||FIAR||DI||F||14||4||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program, students develop and foster creative and artistic ability in a variety of studio areas. Students are engaged and challenged to achieve their individual goals and objectives as artists within a variety of traditional and non-traditional media. Students experience both the practical and theoretical components of fine arts. Students gain professional and entrepreneurial skills for professional practice and self employment necessary to successfully operate within the various professions of fine art.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/fine-arts-fiar|
|Design||Fine Arts Advanced||FIAA||AD||F||67||6||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program, students develop and foster advanced creative and artistic ability in a variety of studio areas. Through practical and theortical mechanisms, students are challenged to achieve their individual goals and objectives as artists within a variety of traditional and non-traditional media. Students investigate critical perspectives, synthesize advanced skills and apply advanced evaluative techniques. Students gain professional and entrepreneurial skills for professional practice and self-employment, necessary to successfully operate within the various professions of fine art. Pathway to York U.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/fine-arts-advanced-fiaa|
|Hospitality||Fitness and Health Promotion||FHPR||DI||F/W||75||4||Barrie||7,900||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to become leaders in the fitness and health promotion industry. Exercise science, health promotion and business administration represent the primary areas of concentration supported by a curriculum that includes anatomy, physiology, group fitness leadership, fitness testing, personal training, lifestyle programming and client counselling. Business fundamentals and health promotion include courses in small business and entrepreneurship, community development and administrative practices. Practical experience is obtained through lab and workplace settings.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/fitness-and-health-promotion-fhpr/|
|Hospitality||Flight Services||FLIE||CE||F||2||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Flight Attendants are ambassadors of the passenger experience in the Airline industry. In this program, students focus on the knowledge, skills and behaviours required to provide exceptional passenger service and deal effectively with the travelling public. Through theory and hands on experience, students gain knowledge of the various duties and responsibilities of a flight attendant and how to provide quality service and leadership. Emphasis is placed on passenger safety and use of emergency equipment through simulated experiences.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/flight-services-flie/|
|Hospitality||Food and Nutrition Management||FDNM||GC||F||3||field placement x 2||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are prepared to manage a food services department while adhering to professional standards, quality management programs, nutritional and healthy living principles and marketing and promotional activities. In addition, graduates are able to employ a number of more complex functions supporting organizational effectiveness including supporting the design of food and nutrition human resource plan, financial analysis and control, and collaborating in the preparation of an organization’s business plan or client care plan. Students apply research competencies to the assessment, analysis and problem solving with regard to nutritional needs and diagnoses.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/food-and-nutrition-management-fdnm|
|Liberal Arts||General Arts & Science, 1 yr||GASC||CE||F/W||46||2||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program offers the student an introduction to college studies, with emphasis on critical thinking and analytical skills developed while studying courses in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Many students use the General Arts and Science program as a transition to further studies at either the college or university level. Students can also choose to continue from the one-year certificate to the two-year diploma in General Arts and Science.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/general-arts-and-science-one-year-gasc|
|Liberal Arts||General Arts & Science, 2 yr||GAAS||DI||F/W||34||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program offers students a curriculum with emphasis on the Humanities and Social Sciences. Many students use the General Arts and Science program as a transition to further studies in higher education at either the college or university level. Students are encouraged to meet with the program co-ordinator regarding course selection and optional credits, depending on individual goals.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/general-arts-and-science-gaas|
|Business||Global Business Management||GBMT||GC||F||4||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Description This program is designed to prepare university and college graduates from a wide range of educational and cultural backgrounds to work as managers in international and domestic businesses of various size. Students develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to manage the human, physical, and financial resources associated with international trade. The first year covers fundamental business knowledge and skills, while more complex international situations and strategic areas are the focus of the second year. The course of study promotes teamwork and leadership skills, and enhances students’ capacity to work effectively in cross-cultural environments. Career Opportunities Graduates of this program are prepared for entry-level management positions in research, marketing, sales, project management, information management, supply chain, and finance. Graduates may work in a broad range of employment settings in all sectors of business and industry, in both domestic and international locations. Graduates may also use their entrepreneurial skills to open their own business or act as consultants.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/international-business-management-bint/|
|Design||Goldsmithing & Silversmithing||GLDS||GC||F||2||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This one-year post-graduate diploma program is directed towards students wishing to pursue goldsmithing or silversmithing as a self-directed career.|
Students will refine their jewellery and metalworking skills, develop their design abilities and acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to design, produce and market jewellery, flatware and hollowware. Students specialize in either goldsmithing or silversmithing. Within their area of specialization, students choose a number of advanced techniques to concentrate on, and develop the in-depth knowledge and skills that would allow them to work independently or as designers.
Goldsmith - A goldsmith is one who would design, as well as produce, jewellery as an employee or in one's own studio.
Silversmith - A silversmith is one who would design, as well as produce, hollowware and flatware items as an employee or in one's own studio.
|Hospitality||Golf Facilities Operation Mgmt||GLFO||DI||F||67||4||co-op||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to prepare students for exciting employment opportunities in the golf sector of the hospitality industry. Theoretical concepts taught in the classroom are blended with practical learning opportunities gained through exposure to various golf facilities in North America. Students are exposed to all aspects of golf operations from turf care and maintenance to the operation of retail outlets and golf event planning. Students also gain professional and entrepreneurial skills for industry and self-employment, as well as real life experience through participation in a work term and extensive field trips to golf courses in Canada and the U.S.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/golf-facilities-operation-management-co-op-glfo|
|Design||Graphic Design||GRDE||AD||F||52||6||field training||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Graphic Design program involves interdisciplinary, problem-solving activities which combine visual sensitivity with skill and knowledge in the areas of communications, technology and business. These professions specialize in the structuring of visual information to aid communication and orientation in both print and web based format. The depth and breadth of instruction in design and technology is reflected in the portfolio developed in the 3-year program, enabling graduates to play more creative and independent roles in the workplace.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/graphic-design-grde/|
|Design||Graphic Design Production||GRDP||DI||F||75||4||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The 2-year Graphic Design Production program involves interdisciplinary, problem- solving activities which combine visual sensitivity with skill and knowledge in the area of communications, technology and business. These professions specialize in the structuring of visual information to aid communication and orientation in both print and web based format.|
Students are student members of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (rgd.ca).
|Skilled||Heat/Ref/Air Conditioning Technician||HRAC||DI||F||68||4||co-op||Barrie||7,900||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students gain the required skills to install, service, and maintain the environmental systems for residential buildings, including working with a variety of gas appliances, as well as an introduction to refrigeration and air conditioning. Students examine energy efficient and environmentally friendly approaches; and read, utilize, and produce Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning (HRAC) drawings using industry standard software. Students gain the required skills to obtain the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) Gas Technician 2 (G.2) exams in order to become a licensed gas technician.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/heating-refrigeration-and-air-conditioning-technician-co-op-hrac/|
|Health||Homeopathy||HOMP||AD||F||clinics||Barrie||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Homeopathy is based on individualized, holistic and natural approaches to health and healing. Following the College of Homeopaths of Ontario (CHO) standards of practice and guidelines, students learn to employ classical and contemporary homeopathic principles and techniques in the evaluation and treatment of acute and chronic health conditions. Students gain in-depth theoretical knowledge about the art and science of homeopathic medicine and gain professional and entrepreneurial skills through extensive clinical and interprofessional practical experience under the supervision and guidance of expert homeopaths.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/homeopathy-homp/|
|Business||Honours Bach Bus Admin(AutomotiveMgm)||BBAA||BA||F||8||co-op||Barrie||8,900||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||6.5||This program provides students with a degree-level education in business management with an applied focus for the automotive industry. Students learn current issues, trends and technologies that prepare them in adopting proactive approaches in identifying and responding to changes in the automotive industry. Instruction, lecture and discussion delivery promotes critical thinking and problem solving skills and classes will often include a guest speaker series with industry representatives in attendance. Labs are a substantial part of the program and the student run Auto Show is the largest lab of its kind in Canada. A strategically sequential co-op structure serves to maximize the link between theory and practice.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/bachelor-of-business-automotive-management-bbam|
|Hospitality||Honours Bachelor of Business Admin. (Golf Mgmt)||BAGM||BA||F||8||co-op x 3||Barrie||9,400||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||6.5||This program provides students with a degree-level education in business management with an applied focus on the golf industry. Students will develop the knowledge and understanding of the key concepts, methodologies, current trends, theoretical approaches and assumptions to manage effectively in the golf industry. Graduates are prepared to think critically and innovatively, and to professionally apply business management skills.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/honours-bachelor-of-business-administration-golf-management-bagm|
|Business||Honours Bachelor of Business Admin. (Mgmt. and Leadership)||BBML||BA||F||8||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,900||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||6.5||Students are provided a degree-level education in business with a special focus on management and leadership. Students explore current issues, trends and technologies preparing them to adopt innovative approaches to evolving management and leadership issues. Entrepreneurship is a Georgian College signature learning experience, and a number of core and optional courses focused on entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship are offered. Interactive curriculum delivery in this program promotes critical thinking and problem solving. A strategically sequential co-op structure serves to maximize the link between theory and practice.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/honours-bachelor-of-business-administration-management-and-leadership-bbml|
|Design||Honours Bachelor of Interior Design||BAID||BA||F||8||co-op||Barrie||9,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||6.5||This program specializes in creating interior environments in the context of professional interior design standards and practice. The curriculum emphasizes space planning and management, design process, research methodologies, socially responsible design, building systems, technological applications, contract documentation, and interior design presentation. Sustainable practices, entrepreneurship models, and regulatory codes are integrated throughout the curriculum. The curriculum is designed to meet current Council for Interior Design Accreditation’s (CIDA) standards of delivery and content. Our program offers a uniquely collaborative learning experience which facilitates a hands-on model incorporating creative development, problem-solving, strategic thinking, and teaming protocols, providing our graduates with exceptional interior design knowledge and skills.|
Please note: PORTFOLIO DUE UPON APPLICATION.
|Community safety||Honours Bachelor of Police Studies||BAPS||BA||F||8||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||6.5||The Honours Bachelor of Police Studies degree encourages a broadened critical understanding of the nature, role and function of policing. Students will explore a variety of topics offering opportunities for careers in law enforcement. The program learning outcomes value an integrated learning approach to police education that will provide a diverse range of students with the critical mix of professionalism, technical/legal expertise and analytical skills necessary to succeed in justice-related careers. This multi-dimensional degree complements, rather than duplicates, existing educational initiatives, offering courses that encourage increasing levels of thinking and analysis, which are dynamic in design, rationale and delivery. The learning outcomes are designed to directly calibrate with the policing community and its high professional standards.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/honours-bachelor-of-police-studies-baps|
|Hospitality||Hospitality - Hotel and Resort||HADM||AD||F/W/S||100||6||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program carefully balances theory and practice and parallels the two year Hospitality Management - Hotel and Resort program. The unique benefits of this program are the opportunity over 1000 hours of paid work experience, extensive experiential learning, and a strong student-centred learning environment. This program delivers innovative curriculum and develops employability and strategic management skills within the pillars of the hospitality industry: entrepreneurial thinking, accounting and finance, marketing and sales, food and beverage, accommodations and human resources management. Additionally, the third year focuses on developing effective professional management and leadership skills to enable students to compete for positions of responsibility in the next generation of the hospitality service industry.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/hospitality-administration-hotel-and-resort-co-op-hadm|
|Hospitality||Hospitality - Hotel and Resort Operations Mgmt||HHRO||DI||F/W/S||85||4||co-op||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Imagine working at 5-star hotels, luxurious resorts, restaurants, clubs, on cruise lines, and more. Consistently in the top colleges for graduate placement, this program offers over 500 hours of paid co-op work. With extensive experiential opportunities including field trips, practical labs, workplace certifications, and study and travel abroad, Georgian College, through our strategic industry partners, opens up an exciting hospitality career. As a professional, students experience a unique lifestyle and meet diverse people from around the world.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/hospitality-hotel-and-resort-operations-management-co-op-hhro/|
|Business||Human Resources Management||HRMN||GC||F/W||85||2||in-industry placement||Barrie||8,400||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Today's human resource professionals are leaders and managers of change. They respond to the challenges triggered by new trends in technology, increasing government involvement in the employer-employee relationship, workplace diversity and globalization. The future belongs to organizations with the human resource expertise that can lower labour costs, improve productivity, increase responsiveness to customers’ needs, and build employee commitment.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/human-resources-management-hrmn/|
|IT||Information Systems Security||INSS||GC||F||40||3||internship||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||This program prepares students for careers involving the development, evaluation, and support of IT security solutions. Building on previous educational experience, students learn to create cost effective and secure computing environments. Graduates are able to categorize, design, implement, and integrate technical and managerial safeguards to ensure the security of networked computer systems. An emphasis will be placed on interpersonal, organizational, technical, communication, and problem-solving skills applied to enhance the effective implementation of security in a business environment.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/information-systems-security-inss/|
|Design||Interior Decorating||INDC||DI||F||59||4||field placement||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Interior decorating is the art of creating distinctive interior spaces that respond to functional needs and address aesthetic perceptions. Students focus on the use of space, beautification and furnishing of interiors and the documentation of design concepts resulting in an overall package that conveys a sense of place. Using a variety of formats including lecture, studio and lab, students complete projects to interpret client requirements and create innovative interiors. Students gain professional and entrepreneurial skills for industry and self-employment, as well as real life experience through participation in a field placement in the decorating field.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/interior-decorating-indc|
|Design||Jewellery and Metals||JMET||DI||F||4||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This two-year program will give students a comprehensive education in the design theory and technical and aesthetic skills required by the jewellery and metals industry for entry level positions. The emphasis in Semesters 1 and 2 is on basic information and techniques as related to jewellery. Advanced jewellery techniques will be learned as well as hollowware and flatware in Semester 3 and 4. Note: Graduates of this program are eligible to apply for the post-graduate diploma program of GLDS Goldsmithing and Silversmithing.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/jewellery-and-metals-jmet|
|Design||Kitchen and Bath Design||KBDE||GC||F||100||2||field placement||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Kitchen and bath design is a specialized service within the residential interior decorating and design professions. Graduates of this program will build on previous design education and experience to acquire industry standard skills and expertise applicable to the kitchen and bath industry.|
Students assess client needs and focus on function-based design solutions and aesthetic, durability, and environmental considerations. This program covers technical documentation, specification conventions, fabrication methods, infrastructure issues, and relevant business practices.
|Business||Law Clerk||LCLR||DI||F/W||55||4||field placement||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to prepare graduates for employment as Law Clerks/Legal Assistants who are able to do work independently under the general supervision of a lawyer. Graduates are able to prepare wills, real estate transactions, court reports, affidavits, research records, court files and other legal documents. Law Clerks may appear before administrative tribunals and certain courts. This program may provide preparation for writing the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO) examinations in Estates Law, Real Estate Law, Corporate Law and Civil Litigation.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/law-clerk-lclr/|
|Marine||Marine Technology - Navigation||MNAV||AD||F||75||6||co-op x 3 (international)||Owen Sound||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program has been planned in co-operation with Transport Canada Marine Safety and Security (TCMSS) and Canada's shipping companies. It offers a complete education for those seeking employment as a ship's Navigation Officer. The specialized competencies and work experience also provide the graduate with opportunities for employment in government and in other marine-related industries.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/marine-technology-navigation-co-op-mnav/|
|Health||Massage Therapy||MASG||AD||F/W||83||6||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the entry-level standards of practice as set out by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario through a blend of theoretical and effective treatment instruction. Students will participate in clinics and outreach practice settings that enable them to develop the necessary skills to perform an effective plan of care. This program is offered with both traditional and fast-track deliveries. Students can take the program in either the traditional delivery consisting of 6 semester offered over 3 years with a break during the summers, or elect to fast-track by studying 6 semesters straight over a 2 year period without any breaks.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/massage-therapy-masg|
|Health||Massage Therapy (Fast Track)||MASF||AD||F/W||33||6||clinics||Barrie||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Applicants following the fast track will apply through OCAS using the major MASF. Winter intake is offered as fast track only; Fall intake regular and fast track.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/massage-therapy-masg|
|Engineering||Mechanical Engineering Technology||METY||AD||F/W||51||6||co-op x 3||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Mechanical technology is a cornerstone of sophisticated and advanced economies. Students in this program are learning the skills to apply scientific and engineering principles to solve mechanical engineering related problems. They are also undertaking the design and fabrication of mechanical apparatus and systems. These include automation and control systems, manufacturing processes and material handling.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/mechanical-engineering-technology-co-op-mety|
|Skilled||Mechanical Technician - Precision Skills||MTPS||DI||F||68||4||co-op||Barrie||8,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students safely set-up and operate standard machine tools and complex machining equipment, such as CNC lathes and mills. Knowledge and skills learned are used to repair or manufacture components, assist with design of jigs, fixtures, tools, moulds and dies and perform troubleshooting to enact repairs on production tooling. Students use accurate testing methods to ensure accuracy of manufactured components.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/mechanical-technician-precision-skills-co-op-mtps/|
|Skilled||Mechanical Techniques - Marine Engine Mechanic||MTME||CE||F||2||field placement x1||Midland||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program, students prepare for a career as a Marine Engine Mechanic, or further education in a related field. Students develop a concentrated understanding of marine and watercraft systems. This includes gasoline and diesel engines, fuel management systems, engine electrical systems, marine direct current electrical systems, steering and hydraulic systems, drives, and propulsion systems. A significant hands-on component allows students to develop practical and technical skills to meet the current needs of the Recreational Marine industry, and provides a basis to respond to emerging trends in the field. Finally, students become effective communicators and problem solvers who have an awareness of environmental issues, effective customer service, and basic business operations. Upon completion, the graduate may return for additional technical training and specialization.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/mechanical-techniques-marine-engine-mechanic-mtme/|
|Skilled||Mechanical Techniques - Small Engine Mechanic||MTSE||CE||F||2||field placement x1||Midland||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students prepare for a career as a Small Engine Mechanic, or further education in a related field. They develop a concentrated understanding of small to medium sized engines and related systems for off-road vehicles and powered equipment. This includes gasoline engines, diesel engines, fuel management systems, electrical systems, frames, steering and suspension systems, transmission and auxiliary power systems, braking systems, hydraulic systems and onboard computer systems. A significant hands-on component allows individuals to develop practical and technical skills to meet the current needs of the Small Engine and Powersports industries, and will provide a basis to respond to emerging trends in the field. Finally, students become effective communicators and problem solvers who will have an awareness of environmental issues, effective customer service, and basic business operations.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/mechanical-techniques-small-engine-mechanic-mtse/|
|Health||Medical Skin Care Therapies. Esthetics||MSCT||GC||F||100||2||clinic x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||This program is designed to provide students with essential and advanced theory and practice related to the field of medical esthetics. Emphasis will be placed on developing the knowledge, skills and judgment necessary to provide a treatment plan and make professional referrals when appropriate. Students will be educated to work with related medical professionals in a safe and competent manner. The practice component of this program will be conducted in a lab/clinic environment where best practice, current regulations and protocols will be enforced.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/medical-skin-care-therapies-msct/|
|Engineering||Mobile Application Development (at the planning stage)||MDEV||GC||F||TBD||Barrie||89||6.5||TBD|
|Design||Museum and Gallery Studies||MUSM||GC||F||50||3||internship||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program provides students with a broad-based foundation in museum and gallery work, including the main technical areas common to all museums and galleries: conservation and collections management, exhibition design, public programming, and administration. This one year (three semester) graduate certificate program will give students a cross section of museum and gallery studies, combining academics, technical practice, and an internship.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/museum-and-gallery-studies-musm|
|Health||Nursing (Collab Degree Program with York University)||BSCN||BA||F/W||8||Barrie||8,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||89||7||The philosophy and curriculum of this collaborative program incorporate and utilize the concepts of caring and human science as the basis of nursing practice. Students work collaboratively with peers and faculty to explore nursing knowledge and caring practice. In the classroom, student learning activities focus on the nursing care of individuals, families, groups and the global community. In the practice setting, under the guidance of a practicum mentor or preceptor, students integrate knowledge from program courses to provide holistic, client-centred nursing care. In order to provide quality practicum placements, students are placed in a variety of agencies in the region serviced by the campus. Students are required to provide their own transportation to practicum placements.|
NOTE: years 1 and 2 are offered at Georgian and years 3 and 4 are offered through York University
|Health||Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant||OPTA||DI||F/W||71||4||clinical practice x 3||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program provides graduates with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to function competently in the role of an Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant (OTA and PTA) in a complex health care environment. OTAs and PTAs work under the supervision of and in collaboration with occupational therapists and physiotherapists, respectively and assist these therapists to teach and enable clients to effectively cope with their limitations in movement, daily functioning, and activities whether temporary or permanent, during and following recovery. This program is a combination of practical and theoretical learning achieved through classroom, laboratory and field placements. To meet the needs of clients in agency and community settings, learning will take place with an inter-professional approach.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/occupational-therapist-assistant-and-physiotherapist-assistant-opta|
|Business||Office Admin - Executive||OFAE||DI||F/W||86||4||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students focus their learning on acquiring knowledge and skills in administrative-based courses by the use of diverse technology to be able to effectively perform in an executive environment. Students have the opportunity to develop supervisory, leadership, and training skills.|
Students in all Office Administration streams enroll in a common first semester. As they gain experience and background, they have course selection options to complement prescribed office administration curriculum and further their interests, skills, and career goals.
|Business||Office Admin -General||OFAG||CE||F/W||95||2||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are prepared to assist in a wide variety of entry-level office settings by gaining skills and knowledge to support the management of an organization. By learning three key and interdependent functions: organization, processing information, and communication, students achieve a solid foundation to allow for further educational growth. Students may elect to transition for an additional year into enhanced and specialized learning leading to an Office Administration–Health Services or Office Administration-Executive diploma.|
Initially, students in all Office Administration streams enroll in a common first semester. In their second semester, they have course selection options to complement the prescribed general curriculum. Students’ interests, skills, and career goals may lead to year 2 of the Office Administration – Health Services or Office Administration-Executive diploma.
|Business||Office Admin-Executive (co-op)||OFEC||DI||F||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students focus their learning on acquiring knowledge and skills in administrative-based courses by the use of diverse tehnology to be able to effectively perform in an executive environment. Students have the opportunity to develop supervisory, leadership, and training skills. |
Students in all Office Administration streams enroll in a common first semester. As they gain experience and background, they have course selection options to complement prescribed office administration curriculum and further their interests, skills, and career goals.
|Health||Opticianry||OPTI||DI||F/W||95||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Opticianry program is unique in that it offers a blend of health care and business management. The theory and practical experience in labs/clinics teaches students to competently dispense eyeglasses, contact lenses and sub-normal vision devices. The program also focuses on the expertise necessary to surface, fabricate, repair, customize and modify eyewear to the patient/clients’ needs. Emphasis is also placed on entrepreneurship by teaching how to establish and operate a small business, how to use effective sales techniques as well as enhancing communication and interpersonal skills in order to be successful in the optical retail environment. |
Upon successful completion of the academic and co-operative education semesters, students are eligible to write the national registration examinations which allow them, if successful to practice in Canada as a Registered Optician.
|Business||Paralegal||PARL||GC||F/W||3||field placement||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||In this program students acquire an understanding of the general principles of law, and gain theoretical knowledge and practical experience in ethics and a small business practice. Taking the program prepares students to apply to become a licensed paralegal in accordance with the requirements of the Law Society Act. A licensed paralegal may be self–employed, offering fee for service legal assistance, without the supervision of a lawyer, or may be a salaried employee in various legal environments.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/paralegal-parl|
|Health||Personal Support Worker||PSWR||CE||F/W/S||99||2||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and skills needed to provide support services to people living at home, in long term care or acute care facilities, and to function as integral members of the health care team. Upon successful completion of this program, the graduate will have demonstrated the ability to effectively communicate with clients, families and members of the health care team. They will also have demonstrated their ability to provide safe and competent care for individual clients who are experiencing physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioural challenges. Personal Support Workers (PSWs) are unregulated health care providers who work under the supervision of a regulated health care professional or in the supported independent living environment under the direction of the client.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/personal-support-worker-pswr|
|Health||Pharmacy Technician||PHRM||DI||F/W||23||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||This program prepares graduates to work collaboratively with registered pharmacists and the interprofessional health care team within their scope of practice. Students will learn dispensing and compounding skills using knowledge from labs and supervised clinical practice. Courses focus on professionalism, relevant legislations, pathophysiology, and pharmacology, customer care, software systems, and principles of quality assurance. Students will utilize current technologies for an understanding of inventory control and customer service to accurately prepare and dispense medication. Guiding principles of safe medication practice; including aseptic technique, accurate calculations and labelling, use of current, credible sources of information are emphasized in lectures, simulated labs and community and institutional placements.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/pharmacy-technician-phrm/|
|Design||Photography||PHOT||DI||F||40||4||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The 2-Year Digital Photography and Imaging program provides students with both the technical and visual communication skills required for a variety of careers related to photography and imaging. The three main areas that the program focuses on are digital capture, imaging technologies, and entrepreneurial skills. Students use industry standard hardware and software to capture and manipulate images in a way that demonstrates their skill and creativity. Students learn how to integrate digital imaging techniques with the fundamentals of photography in order to create images that communicate effectively and meet the needs of a client. Furthermore, students develop business and career development skills that are relevant to the digital photography and imaging industries.|
Please note: Most of this program is delivered in the downtown Barrie location (56 Bayfield St.) with Student Services offered at the main campus.
|Skilled||Plumbing Techniques||PLTQ||CE||F||2||Midland||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Learn from professionals. State-of-the-art equipment in shops. Great careers! Be job-ready from here or begin your apprenticeship.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/plumbing-techniques-pltq/|
|Community safety||Police Foundations||PFPR||DI||F/W||77||4||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students participate in both academic and practical courses that develop the knowledge and skills demanded by Canadian police services. A common first year with the Protection/Security and Investigation program and the Community and Justice Service program allows students the opportunity to transfer between programs after the first year of study. During the first year, students focus on gaining an understanding of criminal justice in Canada as well as practicing healthy and active lifestyles related to law enforcement. |
In this program, students focus on forensic crime scene investigation, interview skills, use of force theory and application, police powers, and crisis intervention techniques. Physical training and career preparation components of the program are designed to prepare students to meet the specific demands of police recruitment processes and a career in the field.
A common first year with the Community and Justice Services and Protection, Security and Investigation programs provides students with an overall understanding of criminal justice and law enforcement in Canada and also allows students the opportunity to transfer between programs after the first year of study and possibly receive all three credential in four years. Graduating students may also have the opportunity to further their studies at the degree level at the Orillia Campus with our unique four-year Bachelor of Human Services – Police Studies degree.
|Engineering||Power Engineering Technology||PETY||AD||F/W/S||60||5||co-op||Owen Sound||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program has been developed for those seeking employment as power engineering technologists who operate and troubleshoot the energy components in such industries as industrial power plants (chemical, food, pulp and paper etc.), electrical power plants (coal, gas, nuclear, wind, solar, methane, cogeneration, flex fuel etc.), or commercial buildings. Operating (Power) Engineers are certified professionals who apply technologies and operate and maintain equipment such as boilers, steam turbines, refrigeration, and gas compression. Subjects of instruction will follow the Standardized Power Engineers Examination Committee (SOPEEC) syllabus and prepare the students to write the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) examinations for 4th and 3rd class certification. This program features co-operative training and use of a state-of-the-art power systems control room simulator.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/power-engineering-technology-co-op-pety|
|Health||Practical Nursing||PNRS||DI||F/W||89||5||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Georgian College Nursing Program philosophy and curriculum incorporate and utilize the concepts of caring as the basis of nursing practice. The students and faculty work together to explore nursing knowledge and caring theory. In the classroom, students in collaborative groups, work through learning activities and focus on the lived experiences of individuals, families, and groups. Knowledge from the program courses is integrated into the care of clients, families, and groups in a variety of settings.|
In order to provide quality practicum placements, students will be placed in a variety of agencies in the region serviced by the campus. Students are required to provide their own transportation.
|Health||Pre-Health Pathway Diploma-Degree||PHPA||CE||F/W||2||Barrie||7,700||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||This program is designed to prepare individuals for successful admission and future success in diploma/degree Health Sciences programs. The program will ensure that students will have the required courses to meet admission requirements and to acquire transferable post-secondary credits. The focus of the program will be the acquisition and/or improvement of the required knowledge and skills in communication, mathematics, and the sciences required for admission, which includes anatomy/physiology, biology, chemistry, and physics. In addition, the program will meet or exceed the general education and essential employability skills as required by ministry policy. This program will give the students the health related skills, and knowledge beyond those normally acquired through an Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD).||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/pre-health-sciences-pathway-to-advanced-diplomas-and-degrees-phpa/|
|Engineering||Project Management||PRJM||GC||F/W/S||2||Barrie||8,000||Applicants must have an advanced diploma (3-year), degree or equivalent.Applicants who do not possess the above academic requirement may be considered upon submission of a resume and reference letters which demonstrate relevant work experience.||89||6.5||Description The complexity of industry’s labour and entrepreneurial needs requires managers who can work with in a variety of settings and in cross-functional and multi-disciplinary teams. This program fills that need by providing project management training to candidates who require project management skills to ensure new ventures have potential for successful delivery. The program covers technical, leadership, business, and strategic management subjects with an emphasis on understanding and managing change as applied to project management. Career Opportunities This program will be attractive to persons who occupy or aspire to fulfill Supervisor, Manager, Program/Project Manager, Team Lead, Scheduler, Estimator, other supervisory or middle management positions in a variety of disciplines including business, health sciences, service industries, and technical.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/project-management-prjm/|
|Community safety||Protect, Security, and Investigation||PSIN||DI||F||62||4||Orillia||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students focus on the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to assist veterinary professionals in the practice of Veterinary Medicine and also in animal care settings. Students learn the handling and restraint of animals as well as basic animal husbandry and clinical procedures. Emphasis is on companion animals. Students also learn a variety of basic diagnositic laboratory techniques, surgical support procedures and receptionist and client relation skills. Students learn and reinforce their skills and knowledge through a combination of lecture and hands on laboratory practice in the on-site veterinary hospital.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/veterinary-assistant-veta/|
|Business||Public Relations - Corporate Communications||PRCC||GC||F||2||field placement||Barrie||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||Public relations and communications practitioners create awareness and manage conversations with multiple stakeholders through online, social and traditional mediums. Combining theory with real-world experience, students plan strategic communications, develop persuasive and informative written and visual content, manage media relations, conduct effective research, engage stakeholders through social media, plan events, manage an organization’s brand and reputation, and present themselves ethically and professionally.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/public-relations-corporate-communications-prcc/|
|Hospitality||Recreation and Leisure Services||RELS||DI||F/W||65||4||co-op||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are introduced to skills and knowledge needed to succeed in recreation and leisure services. The curriculum includes: community recreation, outdoor adventure, arts, culture, heritage, leisure, fitness, retirement activities, life enrichment in long term care, adaptive-therapeutic recreation, facility operations, programming and event planning. Business administration fundamentals are incorporated with courses in marketing, accounting, technology, human resources, entrepreneurship and research. Experiential learning opportunities include a paid co-operative work semester, field trips, and participating in a number of events or programs working with children to seniors. Students gain proficiencies in leadership and group facilitation by designing, delivering and evaluating diverse, inclusive, relevant, environmentally sustainable recreation leisure and wellness initiatives.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/recreation-and-leisure-services-co-op-rels|
|Business||Research Analyst||RAPP||GC||F/W||79||3||internship||Barrie||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11), previous experience or education in related areas||89||6.5||This program equips students with the knowledge, skills, and professionalism necessary to conduct applied research in sectors such as marketing, tourism, media, government, public affairs, education, health, non-profit and social service agencies. The program provides students with hands-on experience and focuses on the entire research process. Students will formulate research questions, develop research designs, collect information from primary and secondary sources, perform data analysis, interpret results, communicate findings, and develop strategic recommendations. Additional features of the program include an emphasis on traditional and emerging qualitative and quantitative methodologies, the use of technology, effective communication processes, and adherence to professional and ethical standards.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/research-analyst-rapp/|
|Hospitality||Snow Resort Fundamentals||SRFN||CE||F||100%||2||co-op||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Snow Resort Fundamentals is for people who love to ski or snowboard and want to explore opportunities to work in the snow resort industry. Students develop a foundation of skills and knowledge they can use to find success at snow resorts, in other fields or in further studies. Students are also exposed to healthy, active ways of living, adventure, challenge and variety, and connectedness with the outdoors. The program is closely aligned with snow industry partners who offer one paid co-op work placement in the winter as well as hands-on learning opportunities during the off-season periods. Students who successfully complete the certificate may transfer to the two year Snow Resort Operations (SRO) diploma program.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/snow-resort-fundamentals-srfn/|
|Hospitality||Snow Resort Operations||SROP||DI||F||100%||4||co-op x 2||Barrie||8,200||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Snow Resort Operations is for people who love to ski or snowboard and want to explore opportunities to work in the snow resort industry. Students develop skills and knowledge they can use to find success at snow resorts, in other fields or in further studies. Students are also exposed to healthy, active ways of living, adventure, challenge and variety, and connectedness with the outdoors. The program is closely aligned with snow industry partners who offer two paid co-op work placements in the winter as well as hands-on learning opportunities during the off-season periods.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/snow-resort-operations-co-op-srop|
|Human Services||Social Service Worker||SSWK||DI||F/W||79||4||field placement x 3||Orillia/South Georgian Bay||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The program provides the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills required to effectively assume the role of a helping professional in the diverse and complex field of social services. Students are challenged to examine their beliefs and values; to develop interpersonal communication skills; and to promote values of social justice, human dignity, and equality. |
The program philosophy is based on a fundamental belief in the dignity, worth and potential of all people, emphasizing knowledge and skill development in interviewing, communication, and relationship building; effective membership and leadership in groups; working with families; and utilizing evidence-based decision-making. Students practice the skills involved in case management, community development and advocacy. There will be opportunities to engage in the community through community service learning and field placement.
|Hospitality||Sport Administration||SPRT||DI||F||4||field placement x 2||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are provided with the knowledge, skills and experience to succeed within the sport industry. The fundamentals of business administration are introduced through courses in accounting, marketing, technology, research, and entrepreneurship. Operations in sport organizations are explored through curriculum in fundraising, sponsorship, program planning, leagues, tournament organizing and scheduling, fitness, outdoor recreation and facilities. In addition to the theoretical components of the program, practical experience is obtained through community leadership opportunities and field placements.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/sport-administration-sprt/|
|Human Services||Therapeutic Recreation||TREC||GC||F||100||3||internship||Orillia||7,800||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||The Therapeutic Recreation program prepares you to work within recreation, health, or social service delivery systems serving individuals with illness or disabilities. You will acquire the skills to complete client assessments, develop and evaluate group and individualized programs, and use a variety of facilitative techniques to assist individuals to participate in meaningful recreational activities that will enhance health, improve functional ability, and increase quality of life.|
The program is based on a firm belief of the inherent benefits of play, recreation and leisure to all individuals. You will learn to adapt recreation activities so individuals with a variety of disabling conditions can participate and to use recreation as a therapeutic tool to improve/restore health and wellness.
Graduates of this program are eligible to become registered members of Therapeutic Recreation Ontario (R/TRO). Their membership type will depend on the postsecondary credentials they hold:
•R/TRO for graduates with degrees
•R/TRO DIP for graduates with diplomas
Graduates may also apply to become a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) using one of two specific pathways (equivalency path A or B).
|Hospitality||Tourism - Marketing and Product Development||TMPD||DI||F/W||65||4||co-op||Barrie||8,100||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Discover and engage in the exciting world of tourism at Georgian College. Experience a unique blend of supportive academic instruction and active hands-on learning opportunities designed to provide a solid foundation for entry into the world’s fastest growing industry. The demand for new tourism experiences has created many exceptional career possibilities. A practical co-op work term also allows students to gain and sustain valuable industry knowledge and skills that set them apart from other applicants upon graduation. Join this dynamic global industry and explore a world of possibility. Sustain. Engage. Discover. Experience.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/tourism-marketing-and-product-development-co-op-tmpd/|
|Health||Traditional Chinese Medicine||TCMP||GC||W||2||clinicals x3||Barrie||8,000||Post-secondary diploma, advanced diploma or degree with a specialty in |
TCM Acupuncture, or equivalent
|89||6.5||This is an intensive program designed to provide Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncturists with the theoretical knowledge and practical skills required to meet regulatory entry-level requirements as recognized for the classification of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner (TCMP). In this program, students develop the critical judgement and professional competencies required to safely and skillfully evaluate, formulate, dispense and administer TCM herbal medicines and therapeutics. Students gain valuable supervised clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of internal and external diseases, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, orthopedics and traumatology in accordance with established TCM principles and practices. Professional excellence through the adherence to standards of practice and interdisciplinary knowledge is emphasized.|
|Health||Veterinary Assistant||VETA||CE||W||63||2||Orillia||7,500||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students focus on the acquisition of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to assist veterinary professionals in the practice of Veterinary Medicine and also in animal care settings. Students learn the handling and restraint of animals as well as basic animal husbandry and clinical procedures. Emphasis is on companion animals. Students also learn a variety of basic diagnositic laboratory techniques, surgical support procedures and receptionist and client relation skills. Students learn and reinforce their skills and knowledge through a combination of lecture and hands on laboratory practice in the on-site veterinary hospital.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/veterinary-assistant-veta|
|Health||Veterinary Technician/non-coop||VETN||DI||F||90||4||field placement x 2||Orillia||8,000||The transcripts from school (grade 11) HOAE test http://www.georgiancollege.ca/student-services/testing/health-occupations-aptitude-examination-hoae/||79||6||This program provides an opportunity for students to acquire the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to be an integral member of a veterinary health care team. Students will explore the range of activities carried out in companion and/or large animal practices, animal shelters, biomedical facilities, zoos or wildlife facilities. Through in- class theory and simulations, combined with actual clinical experience in local facilities, students learn to care for and handle animals, understand the basic principles of normal and abnormal life processes, and carry out routine laboratory and clinical procedures. Typical activities include obtaining and recording patient histories, collecting and/or processing specimens, preparing patients, instruments and equipment for surgery, assisting in medical and surgical procedures, providing specialized nursing care, taking and developing x-rays.||http://www.georgiancollege.ca/academics/full-time-programs/veterinary-technician-vetn|
|Skilled||Welding Techniques||WETC||CE||F||61||2||Owen Sound||7,600||The transcripts from school (grade 11)||79||6||Students are provided with the theoretical and practical training to perform most basic welding techniques. At the completion of the program, students are eligible to test for welding tickets based on their level of expertise. It is expected that most of the graduates will be prepared to enter the workforce as a Welder following the successful completion of this program.|
Students are exposed to topics including health and safety, blueprint reading and sketching, applied math, communication, shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, introduction to computers, and all position pipe welding.