All Courses

  • Employability Skills for Industry

    Employability skills are those basic skills necessary for getting, keeping, and doing well on a job.

  • Cell Culture Basics

    This course is designed to introduce you to the practice of laboratory cell culture, covering topics such as laboratory set-up, safety, and aseptic technique. You’ll also learn basic methods for passaging, freezing, and thawing cultured cells. Upon the successful completion of this course, you will have a basic understanding of the principles and practice of cell culture that you can immediately apply to your research projects. Aspiring cell culturists, experienced researchers, as well as lab managers and principal investigators may all find value in Gibco® Cell Culture Basics.;self-paced;science

  • Chemical Engineering: Review of Enabling Sciences through Problem Solving

    This course is an introduction to chemical engineering - and the role of what we call the enabling sciences (which include chemistry, physics, mathematics and biology).

  • Caring Science, Mindful Practice

    This course provides tools for caring professionals to enhance professional caring practices in everyday work environments. Learners will be introduced to Watson’s Caring Science. Exploration and learning related to key concepts will be supported through the introduction of mindfulness practice, reflective narrative, and contemplative art. Asynchronous discussion, moderated by a team of educators knowledgeable in Caring Science, will provide a forum for ongoing interaction and discovery among participants during each 4-week class session. Certificates of completion will be earned by participants who complete all of the course learning modules.

  • The Future of Work

    The world of work has changed and employees must be ready to change along with it. At the end of this class, you will know your role in creating/living the future of work and be able adapt, design, or redesign how you will work in the 21st century.;instructor-led; business

  • Researching British Army Nurses

    Do you have British Army nurses in your family tree? Are you interested in the history of Army nursing in the UK? This is the course for you! instructor-led; humanities

  • Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search

    Free Online Course (MOOC) Learn how to make the most out of your LinkedIn account by creating a professional LinkedIn profile for job search by enrolling in our FREE 5 week online course, Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search, today! Everyone can benefit from taking this course, but much of the material has been designed specifically for people who have recently immigrated to or are planning to immigrate to North America. To enroll visit If you are new to Canada or planning on coming to Canada, sign-up to, your trusted resource for new Canadians and connect with Canadian mentors.

  • Erasmus+ Funding Opportunities for Youth

    Learn about the various funding opportunities, requirements and ways to set up international youth exchanges, European voluntary service, and mobility of youth workers through the Erasmus+ Youth in Action Programme.; Instructor-led; Education

  • Technical Math for Industry

    During this self-paced five-week course, participants can select to work on specific math concepts or proceed through each of the learning modules. Topics include a review of arithmetic, introductory algebra, rudiments of analytic geometry, elementary trigonometry, introductory statistics, and basic finance. This course also contextualizes math for trades, including electro-mechanical, engineering graphics, machining, and welding. Students who choose to master every module quiz, passing at an 80% or higher will be awarded a certificate of completion.

  • Employability Skills for Industry

    Landing a job requires a lot more than just the right degree, experience or series of technical skills. "Soft" skills, otherwise known as employability skills, may make a difference between an employee who can do the job and one who does it well. Employability skills are necessary for getting, keeping, and doing well on a job. This course introduces participants to skills needed throughout a career - from the first day on the job through advancement in a career field. This self-paced course will help identify the skills a participant has and the skills they may need to improve to STAY hired and succeed in industry jobs. The topics this course will address include: • Workplace Courtesy • Time Management and Deadlines • Communication and Cooperation • Teamwork • Leadership and Management • Critical thinking

  • Prior Learning Assessment for Educators and Industry

    Prior Learning credit is not awarded for EXPERIENCE but for college-level LEARNING. In prior learning assessment, the objective is to evaluate the development, integration and application of learning, where the learner reflects upon, self-assesses, and demonstrates convergent learning while the institution recognizes, validates, and credentials that learning. Participants will explore topics relevant to helping adults earn credits for what they have learned and to apply those credits to a degree or certificate that enhances their opportunities for college completion and gainful employment.

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