Collège Vanier

Droits d'admission : 30 $
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Téléphone : 514.744.7000
Web : http://www.vaniercollege.qc.ca/conted/

Le Collège Vanier est un collège anglophone.

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Accounting and Management

TitreNuméroDescriptionHoraire et durée **Coût *
Introduction to Business 410-121-VA In this introductory business course, students will learn about the dynamic environment in which businesses operate and the major influences and trends affecting businesses today. Students will gain an understanding of how businesses are organized, identify the principal functional areas of management, examine business ethics issues, and explore the roles and skills required to manage a business. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-10:20 pm
OR
Tuesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Accounting I (Software-Enhanced Section) 410-111-VA This course is held partially in a computer lab using online Lyryx software where students will acquire a basic knowledge and understanding of accounting principles and their application in the creation of a fully integrated accounting system. Topics include: double-entry accounting, books of original entry, the general ledger, adjusting and closing entries, preparation of basic financial statements and the analysis of various asset classifications.
Prerequisite : Basic knowledge of computers
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:00-8:00 pm
8:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Accounting I (Regular Section) 410-111-VA Students will acquire a basic knowledge and understanding of accounting principles and their application in the creation of a fully integrated accounting system. Topics include: double-entry accounting, books of original entry, the general ledger, adjusting and closing entries, preparation of basic financial statements and the analysis of various asset classifications. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Business Computer Applications (Using Office 2007) 410-131-VA In this introductory business computer applications course students will learn to perform routine business tasks using a current industry-standard operating system. Students will also acquire word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, and presentation software skills. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Business Law 410-241-VA Students will be introduced to the main forms of business, to the historical background of present day law relating to business as well as to current case law, legislation, and regulations relating to business, its operation and its obligations. Students will become familiar with the various courts, administrative bodies and government departments that regulate companies, along with consumer protection legislation. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-9:15 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Accounting II 410-211-VA As a continuation of Accounting I, students will summarize and use the financial data of a business to produce, evaluate, and present financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP). Topics include: capital assets, inventory valuation, debt/equity transactions and short term investments.
Prerequisite : Accounting I (410-111)
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Cost Accounting 410-906-VA This course examines various methods of cost determination, and their use in management decision making for jobs in accounting departments and cost systems. The course distinguishes between industrial and commercial enterprises with particular emphasis on financial statements, and inventory systems, costing methods of job and process, estimated and standard costs, accounting and control of materials, manpower and fixed and variable overhead.
Prerequisite : Good knowledge of Accounting I and II
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Computerized Accounting (Simply Accounting/ACCPAC) 410-908-VA Students will be given practical experience processing accounting transactions in a computerized environment typical of a small to medium sized business. Topics will include: invoicing, cash receipts, accounts receivable and payable, general ledger, and financial reporting functions.
Prerequisite : Accounting I (410-111) and Accounting II (410-211)
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-9:00 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Marketing 410-909-VA Students will learn about the central role marketing plays in making a company competitive in an increasingly competitive market place. Insights will be gained with respect to key marketing issues/decisions: marketing research, customer service, segmentation, positioning, and the marketing mix (pricing, product, promotion and distribution).
Prerequisite : Introduction to Business (410-121)
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-10:20 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Management 410-441-VA Students will learn about the major functions of management: planning, organizing, controlling, and directing. Students will also gain insight as to how managers can use management tools to more efficiently and effectively achieve the goals of their organizations, and explore the impact of innovation on the firm and the management of change. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Starting a Business 410-912-VA Students will analyze and explore the opportunities and challenges in starting a business. Students will also assess their entrepreneurial potential by identifying and evaluating several business opportunities, while developing a comprehensive business plan for a specific business venture. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
* Ce coût inclut le coût de la formation (2 $ de l'heure), les droits afférents et les droits d'inscription. Droits d'admission non inclus.
** Mid-Term Break: Tuesday March 15 to Thursday March 17, 2011 - Easter Break: Friday April 22 to Monday April 25, 2011

Computer Science Technology

TitreNuméroDescriptionHoraire et durée **Coût *
Understanding Computers (Using Office 2007) 420-122-VA This course will take students from basic to more complicated aspects of computers and will cover the following Microsoft topics: Access, Word, Excel and Windows as well as basic Internet use. In addition, students will learn to write professional documents, download and install computer software from the Internet, create and implement a simple database design, and create and run a simple object-oriented program. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:00-9:00 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Programming in JAVA (JDK) 420-980-VA This course is intended for students wishing to learn the fundamentals of object-oriented design and programming using Java (JDK). Topics include: introduction to programming; conditional and loop structures; object-oriented design; programming with classes, objects and methods; constructors; passing objects to methods; working with packages and standard methods; one-dimensional arrays; and arrays of objects and strings.
Prerequisite : Good knowledge of computers
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-9:00 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Introduction to Databases using Oracle 420-980-VA This database-design course introduces students to the basic notions of the database SQL (Structured Query Language) as implemented in Oracle. Topics include: fundamentals on conceptual and logical database design, E-R (Entity-Relationships) diagrams, and introduction to normalization, relational data model, tablespaces, and user accounts (students will create a new user, create a role, assign privileges to a role, and assign a role to a new user). Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday
6:00-9:00 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Introduction to Linux 420-980-VA This course will introduce students to the Linux operating system. Topics include: comparison of Linux and UNIX, understanding the root file system, working with shells, studying of the directory and file management commands, exploring the file system, the fundamental vi editor operations, Shell programming, using the utilities, and introduction to CGI scripts. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-9:15 pm
45 h
142.50 $
* Ce coût inclut le coût de la formation (2 $ de l'heure), les droits afférents et les droits d'inscription. Droits d'admission non inclus.
** Mid-Term Break: Tuesday March 15 to Thursday March 17, 2011 - Easter Break: Friday April 22 to Monday April 25, 2011

Education

TitreNuméroDescriptionHoraire et durée **Coût *
Organization of an Early Childhood Service 322-503-VA Students will study the fundamentals relating to the set-up of early childhood settings including legal, financial, and procedural issues. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday
6:30-9:30 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Introduction to the Administration of an Early Childhood Service 322-602-VA Students will study the fundamentals relating to the administration of early childhood settings specifically in regards to managing human resources and managing the service. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Inclusion Issues in Early Childhood 322-604-VA Students will be introduced to specific challenges certain children experience within the early childhood context. The focus will be on developing skills in integrating special populations in the educational process. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:30-9:30 pm
45 h
142.50 $
* Ce coût inclut le coût de la formation (2 $ de l'heure), les droits afférents et les droits d'inscription. Droits d'admission non inclus.
** Mid-Term Break: Tuesday March 15 to Thursday March 17, 2011 - Easter Break: Friday April 22 to Monday April 25, 2011

Office administration

TitreNuméroDescriptionHoraire et durée **Coût *
Processing Information I (Word) 412-HSB-05 Using MS Office Professional, this course teaches the concepts and techniques for keyboarding and information processing in a Windows environment: formatting, editing, inputting, storing, and printing various business documents. Students learn to navigate within Windows: manage files and folders, set parameters for a text, and perform basic word processing functions, create complementary parts of a text, and improve text presentation. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday and Thursday
6:30-9:00 pm
75 h
202.50 $
Processing Information II (MS Office) 412-HSF-04 This course is a continuation of Processing Information I. Using MS Office Professional, students review the concepts and techniques for performing information processing operations in a Windows environment and will learn to sort data, create and use databases, create tables, and automate operations. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Excel 412-HSC-04 Using MS Office Professional, this course develops skills in planning and designing spreadsheets, retrieving information from databases and other software, producing charts, applying formulas, creating macros and interacting with the Internet. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-10:20 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Business Communications (Written) 412-HSE-VA This course teaches students how to produce proper business texts in English and how to make linguistic revisions. Students learn to plan, compose, summarize, correct, edit, and improve texts while learning to detect errors, correct grammar, spelling punctuation, and incorrect terms in various business documents. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Thursday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
Graphical Creation and Digital Image Editing I (Illustrator) 412-HSJ-03 This course teaches students how to use the tools and functions of Illustrator to create and transform vector images. Topics include drawing paths, the paint style palette, gradients and strokes, drawing with the pen tool, tracing and transforming objects, type effects, layers and masks, brushes and working with patterns. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Monday
6:00-9:15 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Graphical Creation and Digital Image Editing II (Photoshop) 412-HSN-03 Students learn how to use the appropriate tools and functions of Photoshop to create and transform pictures and images. The processing of images includes digitizing, use of colour and textures, and special effects.
Prerequisite : Basic knowledge of computers
Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-9:00 pm
45h
142.50 $
Page Layout I 412-HSM-05 This course prepares the student to assemble and manipulate textual and graphical elements on a page. This involves defining structure, importing files, and processing text, images, and colours using QuarkXpress or InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday and Thursday
6:30-9:00 pm
75 h
202.50 $
* Ce coût inclut le coût de la formation (2 $ de l'heure), les droits afférents et les droits d'inscription. Droits d'admission non inclus.
** Mid-Term Break: Tuesday March 15 to Thursday March 17, 2011 - Easter Break: Friday April 22 to Monday April 25, 2011

Written Communication

TitreNuméroDescriptionHoraire et durée **Coût *
Rédaction d'affaires (Written Communication French) 602-HTE-VA In this course students will learn to produce French texts and performs French linguistic revisions and learn to plan, compose, correct, and improve texts using Word. Students will learn to write business emails, memos, information letters, cover letters, resumes, offers of service, and complaints. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Tuesday
6:00-9:00 pm
45 h
142.50 $
Translation 602-HTF-04 This course teaches students to translate simple business documents into English or French. Students learn to analyze the text to be translates, transpose it into the requested language, check grammar, spelling, and Gallicisms or Anglicisms, and check the overall quality of the translation. Aug. 27 - Dec. 19, 2011
Wednesday
6:00-10:00 pm
60 h
172.50 $
* Ce coût inclut le coût de la formation (2 $ de l'heure), les droits afférents et les droits d'inscription. Droits d'admission non inclus.
** Mid-Term Break: Tuesday March 15 to Thursday March 17, 2011 - Easter Break: Friday April 22 to Monday April 25, 2011
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