CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE CATALOGUE - FALL 2018 →
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE CATALOGUE - FALL 2018 →
Register Now: 604-940-5550 http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca F Adult Foundations & LINC F High School Completion F Academies F Home-School Partnership F Career Development F On-line Learning F Personal Development F Facility Rentals F Arts & Hobbies CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE CATALOGUE – FALL 2018
2 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Mission: To enable all learners to succeed and contribute their full potential to the future. Vision: The Delta School District is a leading district for innovative teaching and learner success. Values: Caring, Respect, Responsibility, Community, Excellence Welcome To Delta Continuing Education DELTA BOARD OF EDUCATION Back row: Nick Kanakos, Rhiannon Bennett, Bruce Reid, Dale Saip. Front Row: Val Windsor, Fabian Milat, Laura Dixon BECAUSE YOU NEVER STOP LEARNING…. Delta School District’s Continuing Education branch has been part of this community for more than 50 years. The department is a past winner of the Canada Post Literacy Leadership Award and is certified by Employment and Social Development Canada. We offer hundreds ofcourseseachyearatsitesthroughoutDelta,includingadultliteracy,highschoolco mpletion, academies, on-line learning, workplace training, and a wide range of personal development courses for adults and youth.
Delta Continuing Education also manages rentals of School District facilities, including Genesis Theatre in Ladner. This catalogue provides information about our wide range of programs as well as some highlighted educational programs presented by Delta School District.
3 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca HOW TO REACH US: • CONTINUING EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION 604-940-5550 4750 – 57th Street, Ladner, V4K 3C9 General information, Registration • DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 604-594-6100 11590 – 83rd Avenue, North Delta, V4C 0C8 Adult Foundations, High School Completion, and Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada CONTACTS: Student Services/ High School Completion: 604-952-5328 Facility Rentals: 604-952-5335 Academies: 604-952-5374 Delta Access: www.deltasd.bc.ca/access/ 604-599-6398 Early Childhood Education (Basic): 604-952-2815 Early Childhood Education (Post-Basic): 604-952-2860 Home Quest: 604-597-8353 Life Skills/ Autism Intervention: 604-952-2871 LINC Program: 604-952-2923 • WEBSITE: www.deltasd.bc.ca (Look for the“Continuing Education”button at the bottom of the home page) • E-MAIL: ContinuingEducation@deltasd.bc.ca • ON-LINE REGISTRATION: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Table of Contents WELCOME TO DELTA CONTINUING EDUCATION HOW TO REGISTER FOR COURSES Registration Policies . 4 Adult Foundations . 7 High School Completion . 11 Career & Personal Development Programs . 24 ACADEMIC LINC . 6 Adult Foundations . 7 High School Completion . 11 Delta Access . 16 Language Challenge Exams . 17 Academies . 18 Home Quest . 21 FACILITY RENTALS . 22 Genesis Theatre . 23 CAREER DEVELOPMENT COURSES Workplace & Computer Skills . 26 Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate Program . 29 Early Childhood Education . 32 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES First Aid . 34 Personal Development . 35 Life Skills/ Autism Intervention . 39 Arts, Crafts, & Hobbies . 40 DELTA SCHOOL DISTRICT PROGRAMS School District Programs . 44 Career & Apprenticeship Programs . 45
4 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Please refer to program areas in this catalogue for specific details about REGISTRATION procedures and policies: • ADULT GENERAL INTEREST PROGRAMS: page 25 • ADULT FOUNDATIONS: page 7 • HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION: page 11 Also, see specific programs for APPLICATION information: • LINC: page 6 • Delta Access: page 16 • Academies: page 18 • Home Quest: page 21 • Teaching Assistant Certificate: page 29 • Early Childhood Education: page 32 • French Immersion: page 44 Class Postponements/ Holidays RegularschoolholidaysapplytoContinuing Education classes and facility rentals as well. Some other postponements may become necessary at individual schools and you will be informed if these affect any of your courses or bookings. Classes/ bookings will be postponed on the following dates: • Monday, OCTOBER 8: Thanksgiving Day • Wednesday, OCTOBER 31: Halloween Night (Classes are postponed in the evening only.) Classes at DCC will run. • Monday, NOVEMBER 12: Remembrance Day Fees Payable At Time of Registration All tuition fees are payable at time of registration. Payment is required to reserve a space in class. Required taxes are included in all fees for which they are required. Please Mark Your Calendar No confirmation of enrollment will be sent to you, so please mark your calendar. If you register on-line, please print your registration confirmation as a reminder. Courses May Be Cancelled Delta Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, the unavailability of teachers or facilities, or other reasonable causes. In such cases, registrants will be notified by telephone and a full refund will be given. Withdrawing From A Class, Withdrawal Fee, and Refunds An administration fee of $20 for non- academic or $40 for academic programs will be charged on your withdrawal. Refunds may not be available for supplies or other non-tuition costs. Refunds are not given for forgotten or missed classes, so please mark your calendar. Please allow 3 to 4 weeks for refunds to be processed. See the "HOW TO REGISTER" section for specific withdrawal policies.
NSF Cheque & Credit Card Decline Charges Apply A fee of $20 applies to all cheques returned NSF and all credit cards that are declined. Service charges are imposed on Delta School District for each such occurrence and must be passed on to the cheque-issuer or credit card holder. Privacy: Collecting and Storing Personal Information Any personal contact and registration information provided to Delta School District is collected and used in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. To view our privacy statement, please visit: https:// www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/continuing- education/registration-information/. If you pay on-line through our secure, PCI- compliant registration process, only your essential credit card details, in encrypted form, are transmitted electronically. Recordings In Class Prohibited Please respect privacy rights and copyright laws before recording images and audio in the classroom. Taking photos, videos, or audio recordings of instructors, classmates, practicum settings, or in-class activities is strictly prohibited without the prior consent of the instructor and students (in the case of adults) or parents (in the case of students below the age of consent). Finding Course Locations Detailed directions and maps to all Delta schools may be found at www.deltasd.bc.ca (click on the “Schools” tab). Cancellations Due To Extreme Weather or Community Emergency Classes may be cancelled in extreme weather conditions or due to a major community emergency. If Delta schools are closed during the day, please assume that classes will be postponed that evening. Check your local radio stations for school cancellation information, or www.deltasd. bc.ca , or twitter: @deltasd37. Registration Policies
5 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 The Continuing Education branch of Delta School District focuses on: • Programs that offer the community cultural, recreational, academic, and vocational opportunities. • Programs, in cooperation with other agencies, organizations and institutes, which address community needs. • Coordination and promotion of the effective community use of schools. Welcome to Academic Upgrading WELCOME TO DELTA CONTINUING EDUCATION ACADEMIC/UPGRADING COURSES • Adult Foundations - English, Math, and Computers • HSC - High School Completion Grades 11 and 12 • LINC - Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada Delta Continuing Education offers a full range of academic upgrading courses from English and Math Foundations to High School Completion at the Grade 11 and 12 levels. Our advisors will help you with assessments, course placements, and short and long term Educational goals.
*Lower level English Foundations courses are appropriate for Adult English Language Learner students. New immigrants are welcome to attend our Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC). Grade 12 Grade 11 English Foundations 7 Math Foundations 7 English Foundations 6 Writing 5/6/7 Math Foundations 4 - 6 English Foundations 5 Info Tech 1 (Computer Basics) English Foundations 3 & 4 Reading 3 & 4 Writing 3 & 4 LINC 4-6 English Foundations 2 Reading 1 & 2 Speaking & Listening 1 & 2 LINC 1-3
6 REGISTER: 604-952-2923 Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada LINC AT DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 11590 – 83RD AVENUE, NORTH DELTA The Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Program provides free basic English language courses to adult permanent residents. The program is free for Permanent Residents and Convention Refugees over the age of 17. It is not for Canadian citizens or refugee claimants. Immigrants who wish to study in the LINC Program must first be tested at: Surrey Language Assessment Centre Suite 202, 7337 - 137th Street, Surrey, BC - Phone: 604-507-4150. Students going to the testing center for the first time should take a copy of immigration papers.
For further information: LINC phone: 604-952-2923 e-mail: LINC@deltasd.bc.ca 加拿大新移民语言指导课程(LINC) LINC 为成年加拿大永久居民提供基础和中级水平的英语培训课程。 如需了解自己是否符合就读条件，请致电：604-952-2923 或604-507-4150 也可电邮联系：Email: email@example.com INGLES PARA INMIGRANTES EN CANADA LINC ofrece niveles básicos e intermedios en Ingles para adultos que son Residentes Permanentes en Canada. Si está interesado por favor llame al 604 952 2923 o al 604 507 4150 o escriba al correo electrónico firstname.lastname@example.org Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Program LINC provides adult basic and intermediate level English training for Permanent Residents.
Delta Community College offers LINC Literacy to LINC 6 morning, afternoon, or evening classes from Monday to Friday. To find out if you are eligible, please call 604-952-2923 or 604-507-4150, or email email@example.com LINK classes resume September 10
7 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Adult Foundations English, Math and Computers ADULT FOUNDATIONS classes start September 10 ADULT FOUNDATIONS courses are TUITION FREE for adult students who have status in Canada and who are ordinarily resident in B.C. (A resource fee is required.) REGISTER NOW! FOUNDATION COURSES ARE TUITION FREE There is a $25.00 fee for supplementary materials that students will write in and own. REGISTRATION: FALL SCHEDULE 2018 - STRUCTURED CLASSES Courses are designed for any person in need of upgrading skills in English (Levels 1 to 7) and Math (Levels 4 to 7). We also offer Computer Classes for Beginning students. High school students are NOT eligible for Foundations courses. DELTA DELTA MANOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE EDUCATION CENTRE 11590 – 83 Avenue, Delta BC V4C 0C8 4750 - 57 Street, Ladner V4K 3C9 604-594-6100 604-594-6100 DCC@deltasd.bc.ca Ongoing Registration Ongoing Registration Phone for an Appointment Phone for an Appointment Monday – Thursday 8:30 – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday 9:00 - 3:30pm 5:30 – 9:30 pm Friday 8:30 – 12:00 noon WHO Students must be at least 18 years of age and not in regular day school. HOW Make an appointment at one of our Registration Centers - assessments for placement are booked morning, afternoon and evening.
Phone: 604-594-6100 Email: DCC@deltasd.bc.ca REFUNDS A change to the original registration will be subject to a $20 processing fee. No refunds after the first class. REGISTRATION FEES Tuition Free Classes-Supplementary materials $25.00. All Canadian and Permanent Resident adult students residing in British Columbia can take tuition free Literacy Foundations coursesaspartoftheMinistryofEducation’s Education Guarantee. Both graduated and non graduated students can take advantage of this tuition free opportunity to improve their education.
Students must have valid picture ID, Proof of Status in Canada and one piece of evidence showing Proof of Residency in British Columbia. Proof of status includes a Canadian birth certificate or passport, Canadian citizenship card, Permanent Resident card, Refugee document, or one year Work Permit(to qualify with a work permit the student must have the intention of settling in BC). Proof of residency includes current BC Driver’s License, BC Identity card, utility bill, tenancy agreement, income tax statement or property tax. All proof of residency must show name and current address.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS / VISITORS Adult Foundations courses - $600.00 each course. There will be no refunds after the start of the first class. In the event of unforeseen circumstances that are beyond our control such as job action or inclement weather , there will be no refunds.
8 DELTA’S Literacy and Math Upgrading programs welcome VOLUNTEERS. Helping someone to speak, read or write English or understand Math can be a rewarding experience. We provide orientation each semester followed by on-the-job training and supervision. Call 604-594-6100 for more information ADULT FOUNDATIONS classes start September 10 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Adult Foundations ASSESSMENT BY APPOINTMENT ONLY - If you are unsure of your level come in for an assessment. An assessment fee of $30.00 applies. Note: Third party billing assessments are $30.00 plus a $50.00 processing fee. Call Delta Community College to make an appointment 604-594-6100.
ADULT ENGLISH FOUNDATIONS All Adult English Foundations courses work toward student mastery of skills and understanding of English Language Arts through instruction and practice of oral language, reading and viewing, writing and representing. English Foundations 1 - This course provides very low level English speakers with the opportunity to practice speaking and listening to use simple sentences to identify letters and sounds of the alphabet and to begin reading and writing basic words and ideas. English Foundations 2 - EF2 - This course introduces the basic skills required for the next level of English Foundations. The focus of this course is on beginning phonics, reading, and writing skills. English Foundations 3 - EF3 – This programbuildsonFoundations2skills with an emphasis on basic grammar, reading, and vocabulary development. Students will also develop listening and speaking skills needed for higher level courses. English Foundations 4 - EF4 - This course assists students to improve their reading skills and vocabulary through extended use and practice of grammar, spelling, and writing. Students will begin to write short paragraphs.
English Foundations 5 - EF5 - This course will provide opportunities for students to read and understand a variety of written texts. Students will learn strategies to improve their reading as well as their ability to express themselves both orally English Foundations 6 - EF6 - This course will assist students to improve their reading, writing, and oral skills in preparation for English10.Paragraphwritingisemphasized. English Foundations 7 - EF7 – This course refines student skills developed in Foundations 6 and prepares students for English 11 or Communications 12. Essay writing is introduced.
SUPPORT COURSES Companion Speaking/Listening 1/2 - CSL1/2Thiscourseisforstudentswithvery limited English language skills. The focus of this course is on oral language. Students will practice speaking and listening skills through pronunciation, conversation, and oral comprehension exercises. Companion Reading 1/2 - CR1/2 – This course is for students who have very limited English language skills and need support in reading. Students will work on basic phonics, on understanding common words and symbols, and on responding to simple written selections.
Companion Reading 3/4 - CR3/4 – This course is designed for students who have an intermediate level of skill and understanding in reading English. Emphasis is placed on improving reading comprehension skills, grammar, and vocabulary using a range of reading materials. This course will have an interactive component emphasizing speaking and listening as well as verbal expressions of understanding, opinion and debate. Companion Writing 3/4 - CW3/4 - This course is designed to support students in intermediate levels of English Foundations (3 - 4). Emphasis is placed on practical application of writing skills and on improving grammar and vocabulary. Companion Writing 5/6/7 - CW5/6/7 – Thiscourseisforstudentswhoarepreparing for higher levels of English Foundations study (Foundations 5 - 7). Emphasis is placed on practical applications of writing skills and on improving vocabulary.
9 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Adult Foundations DELTA ADULT FOUNDATIONS courses feature: • Continuous enrollment • Free Educational Advising • Part time and full time programs • Day and evening classes DELTA MANOR EDUCATION CENTRE 4750 - 57 Street, Ladner V4K 3C9 DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE 11590 - 83 Avenue North Delta V4C 0C8 ADULT MATHEMATICS FOUNDATIONS MATHEMATICS FOUNDATIONS 4 - 7 (Math Upgrading) Math Foundations 4-7 - Teacher support and instruction is provided in a multi-level setting. Students work individually or in small groups.
Math Level 5 – Students continue to work with the concepts of area and volume. They are introduced to integers, ratios, proportions and powers. Math Level 4 -Students will become familiar with fractions and area and will be introduced todecimals, percent, order of operation andvolume. Math Level 6 -Students work with the concepts of polynomials, square roots, integers, and graphing. Prepares students for Math at the Grade 10 level. Math Level 7 -Students will work with the concepts of operations on irrational numbers, polynomials, linear functions, and trigonometry. Prepares students for Math at the Grade 11 level.
INFO TECH FOUNDATIONS 1 - ITF-1 This is an introduction to computer skills, keyboarding, MS Word, and Excel. This coursealso includes instruction related to internet search skills, e-mail basics, attachments and photos. English Foundations 3 or higher is recommended. TUITION-FREE COURSES!! Whether you have graduated or not, you can register for most ADULT FOUNDATIONS and HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION courses without a tuition fee. All Canadian and Permanent Residents who are residing in BC can take tuition-free academic courses as part of the Ministry of Education’s Education Guarantee.
Students must show proof of status in Canada and proof of residency in British Columbia. Students under 19 years of age must also provide parent proof of status in Canada and residency in British Columbia. A $100.00 refundable textbook deposit will be required. For details, visit www.deltasd.bc.ca and click the “CONTINUING EDUCATION” button on the home page.
10 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 ENGLISH SKILLS UPGRADING in South Delta DELTA MANOR EDUCATION CENTRE • TUITION FREE Literacy Foundations Courses for Canadian Citizens, Permanent Residents, Refugees, and workers with a one year Work Visa ( to qualify with a work visa the student must have the intention of settling in BC) • Supplementary Materials $25.00 • Build confidence in reading, writing, and speaking • Improve workplace readiness or proficiency • Prepare for High School Completion, TOEFL, LPI, or IELTS ONGOING REGISTRATION FEATURES · Continuous Enrollment · Part time and full time programs · Placement assessment - ($30 per assessment) · Free Educational Advising · Early Registration · Day and evening classes Adult Foundations Delta Community College 11590 83 Avenue, North Delta V4C 0C8 MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 8:30AM - 12:00 NOON Companion Speaking / Listening 1/2 EF 1 - 111 English Foundations 3/4 EF3/4 - 111 English Foundations 4/5 EF4A/5 - 111 English Foundations 6/7 EF6/7 111 MONDAY&WEDNESDAY &THURSDAY12:30PM-2:50PM Companion Speaking 1/2 CSL 1/2 - 113 MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY 12:30PM - 2:50PM Companion Writing 5/6/7 CW5/6/7 - 112M MONDAY & WEDNESDAY 6:00PM - 9:30PM Companion Reading 1/2 CR1/2 - 115 English Foundations 1/2 EF1/2 - 115 English Foundations 3/4 EF3/4 - 115 English Foundations 5/6 EF5/6 - 115 English Foundations 7 EF7 - 115 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 8:30AM - 12:00 NOON English Foundations 2 EF2 - 112 Companion Writing 3/4 CW3/4 - 112 Information Technology Foundations 1A ITF1A - 112 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 12:30PM - 4:00PM Information Technology Foundations 1 ITF1 - 114 Math Foundations 4 - 7 MF4-7 - 114 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 6:00PM - 9:30PM Companion Speaking / Listening 1/2 CSL1/2 - 116 Information Technology Foundations 1 ITF1 - 116 Math Foundations 4-7 MF4-7 - 116 FRIDAY 9:00 - 12:00 NOON Companion Reading 3/4 CR 3/4 - 117 Companion Writing 3 - 7 CW 3-7 - 117 Delta Manor Education Centre 4750 57 Street Ladner V4K 3C9 Room 110 (close to the bus loop) WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY 9:00AM - 12:30PM Companion Speaking / Listening 1/2 CSL1/2 - 121 TUESDAY & THURSDAY 9:00AM - 12:30PM English Foundations 3 to 7 EF3/4/5/6/7 - 122
11 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Register now ! • Academic courses are tuition-free! • Choices suit your learning needs: teacher-led, selfpaced, or on-line • Gain personal satisfaction • Improve your career opportunities • Meet entry requirements or improve a grade A refundable course deposit of $100 is required for all HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION courses. The deposit will be returned when the course is completed. GENERAL INFORMATION All Canadian and Permanent Resident adult students residing in British Columbia can take TUITION FREE academic courses as part of the Ministry of Education’s Education Guarantee. Students must provide TWO pieces of ID: one showing proof of Status in Canada and one showing proof of residency in British Columbia. Proof of Status includes a Canadian birth certificate or passport, Canadian citizenship card, Certificate of Indian Status, Enhanced Driver’s License, Permanent Resident card, Refugee document, or one year Work Permit.(To qualify with a one year work permit, the studentmusthavetheintentionofsettling in BC.) Proof of Residency includes a current BC Driver’s License or BCID. A current utility bill, tenancy agreement, income tax statement or property tax can also be used, but must show name and current address to be acceptable. NOTE - For students under 19, parents’ proof of status in Canada and proof of residency is also required.
DAY SCHOOL STUDENTS All Delta day school students must provide a CE 1234 form completed and signed by their counsellor before they can register for an adult class. A mature attitude is essential. Day school students from other districts are not eligible to enroll. PREREQUISITES When registering for a High School Completion course, students must present proof of prerequisite such as a high school transcript/report card or be prepared to write an assessment. ($30.00 fee may apply) REGISTRATION FEES Course Deposit $100.00 - All High School Completion courses require a $100.00 refundable course deposit. If there is no change to the student’s registration the deposit will be refunded when the course is completed. Student initiated changes such as a course transfer, course drop, or student withdrawal as a result of non attendance will be subject to a $40.00 processing fee.
COURSE TRANSFER/WITHDRAWAL **Each change to the original registration (transfers, drops, withdrawals) will be subject to a $40.00 processing fee which will be deducted from the course deposit. International Students/Visitors taking High School Completion courses $800.00 Course Fee plus $100.00 Refundable Textbook Deposit** STUDY VISA APPLICATION - $200.00 ASSESSMENT FEE - $30.00 No refunds for High School Completion courses after the first day of class. Graduated adults who stop attending after two thirds of the course will be considered to have not completed the course and will receive a failing mark.
HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION We can help you if you need to: • Complete an Adult Graduation Diploma. Earn more credits towards your regular graduation program. • Improve your grade in a course or re- write a Provincial exam. • Complete a pre-requisite course for a post-secondary program. High School Completion REGISTRATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES Registration must be in person only. Valid picture identification required No refunds for High School Completion courses after the first day of class. Delta Manor Education Centre 604 594-6100 Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Delta Community College 604 594-6100 Mon - Thurs 8:30 - 4:00 pm, Fri 8:30 - 12:00 pm Evening registration is available at the Delta Community College Mon-Thurs 5:30 – 9:30 pm . Please phone 604-952-2924 or email DCC@deltasd.bc.ca
12 ADULT DOGWOOD DIPLOMA GIVES ADULT LEARNERS MORE OPTIONS FOR GRADUATION The British Columbia Adult Graduation Diploma gives you one more option for completing your high school graduation… tuition-free! The Adult Graduation Diploma requires the completion of only five subjects, including Math 11 and English 12. REGISTER: 604-594-6100 ADULT GRADUATION DIPLOMA 20 credits or 5 courses 1. English 12 or Communications 12 . 4 credits 2. One of: Math 11 or 12, or Accounting 11 . 4 credits 3. Three grade 12 courses or Social Studies 11 and two grade 12 courses. . .12 credits TOTAL . 20 CREDITS Note: Students must request an Adult Diploma upon completion of their final course. The Adult Diploma is acceptable with most post-secondary institutions but specific prerequisite courses may be required by some post-secondary programs. DO YOUR RESEARCH!
ADULT DIPLOMA STUDENTS 1. Must be 18 years old and not in regular day school. 2. Must complete at least three courses after enrolling in the Adult Diploma Program. 2004 GRADUATION DIPLOMA Enrolled in Grade 10 after July 1, 2004 *(Transitioning to 2018 GRADUCATION DIPLOMA.) REQUIRED COURSES 1. Language Arts 10 . 4 credits 2. A Language Arts 11 . 4 credits 3. A Language Arts 12 . 4 credits 4. Social Studies 10 . 4 credits 5. A Social Studies 11 or BC First Nations Studies 12 (when available . 4 credits 6. Science 10 . 4 credits 7. A Science 11 or 12 . 4 credits 8. A Mathematics 10 . 4 credits 9. A Mathematics 11 or 12 . 4 credits 10. Physical Education 10 . 4 credits 11. Planning 10 or Career Education . 4 credits 12. Arts Education and/or Applied Design, Skills, & Tech 10, 11 or 12 . 4 credits 13. *Career Life Connections (when available . 4 credits* Total Foundation Courses . 48 credits 2004 Grad Diploma * ( 52 credits 2018 Grad Diploma) ADDITIONAL ELECTIVE COURSES • Grade 10, 11 or 12 Ministry- Authorized course • External Credentials • Board/Authority Authorized courses • Post-secondary credits, and/or Independent Direct Studies Total Elective Courses . 28 Credits Career Life Connections or Graduation Transitions . 4 credits OVERALL TOTAL . 80 credits Of the 80 credits needed for graduation, at least 16 credits must be at the Grade 12 level, including a Grade 12 Language Arts course and 12 other credits. These may be from Required Courses or elective credits (see table above for ways to earn elective credits).
High School Completion
13 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS High School Completion Courses are based on the BC Ministry of Education’s Integrated Resource Packages. NOTE: A grade 10 level of English or English Foundations 7 is essential for successful completion of any grade 11 or 12 course. *ANY COURSE DESCRIPTION WITH THE WORD DIAL IN ITS TITLE WILL BE COMPUTER BASED. SEE PAGE 15 FOR HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION SCHEDULE Accounting 11 DIAL Students gain theoretical accounting knowledge which forms a sound basis for understanding financial record keeping. Broad themes of the courses include: Accounting Concepts, Financial Data, Presentation, and Analysis. Students will use this information as they work in businesses or operate their own enterprises. This class is computer based with a teacher present for every class.
Applied Digital Communications 11 Students will develop advanced ICT skills and knowledge. They will learn how to create different types of documents and multimedia files, and evaluate software, procedures, and technology Applied Digital Communications 12 This course is an extension of Applied Digital Communications 11. Students will use the 11 level skills & knowledge to work on individualized projects/portfolios. Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 10 DIAL(for adults only) prepares students fortheworkplacewithpracticalapplications of measurement, geometry and formula manipulation. Business applications such as wages and commission are also explored. Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11 DIAL Real-world applications of measurement, geometry, and formula calculations, and graphing are explored, along with the mathematics of budgeting and finance.
Biology 12 DIAL is a study of the human body from cell structure to system anatomy. Calculus12DIAL–preparationforfirstyear university calculus with a focus on limits, differentiation, applications of derivatives, integration and applications of integrals. Chemistry 11 DIAL is an introductory course to a variety of chemical concepts, such as phases, the mole and balancing equations as well as chemical principles. A review of math at the grade 10 level is recommended. Chemistry 12 DIAL is a theoretical course about chemical reactions, acids and bases and electrochemistry.
Communications 12 focuses on practical applications of the English language by improving understanding and development of written, verbal and visual communications. English 11 focuses on analyzing, evaluating and appreciating literary, informational, and visual texts; and using proper conventions oflanguageandelementsofstyletoenhance meaning and artistry. English 12 focuses on the same concepts as English 11, but distinction is further articulated through the complexity of the text and the situation. Family Studies 12 DIAL focuses on families in society and interpersonal family relations. First Nations Studies 12 DIAL addressesthe historyofFirstNationspeople in BC from prior to European contact up to the present day, including traditions, contact, arts, culture and contemporary issues.
Law 12 DIAL is an introduction to the study of Canadian Law. High School Completion Foundations of Math 11 DIAL focuses on problem solving, properties of angles, sine and cosine laws, inequalities in two variables, and quadratic functions and proofs. Foundations of Math 12 DIAL focuses on financial mathematics, leasing versus buying, functions and relations, numerical and logical reasoning and problem solving. Students will require a graphing calculator. Physics 11 DIAL – it is concerned with the basic laws of nature and stimulates the imagination. Topics studied include: Motion in one dimension: Energy: Waves and Photons and the transmission of Energy.
Physics12DIAL – Topics include: Motion in two dimensions, Energy, Electrostatics, Electric Circuitss and Electromagnetism. Physics 12 topics are extended to real life application, giving students an excellent foundation for future studies in Science, Engineering and Physics. Planning 12 DIAL (available for students in the Adult Grad Program only) Career and Personal Planning is a study of career options, resume and cover letter writing, post-secondary education, financial planning, and health issues. Pre-Calculus 11 DIAL –preparation for Pre-Calculus 12 with a focus on sequences and series, quadratic functions, rational and absolute value equations and trigonometry. Pre-Calculus 12 DIAL – preparation for Calculus12 withafocusonexponentialand logarithmic functions, radical and rational functions, transformations, combinations and trigonometry.
Social Studies 11 DIAL is a study of Canada in the twentieth century, its government structure, laws, and geography. The course also addresses global issues that affect Canada
14 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 11590 – 83rd Avenue, North Delta Our new, well-equipped centre provides quality educational programs for adults: • Adult Foundations • High School Completion • Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) High School Completion DELTA INDIVIDUALIZED ADULT LEARNING (DIAL) The DIAL program provides adult students with the opportunity to progress through one of several BC Ministry of Education approved courses available while having access to teacher instruction and guidance in a supportive and friendly classroom atmosphere. Although most courses contain an online/computer-assisted component, the DIAL program differs from distributed learning ( Delta Access) in that classes are conducted onsite; students are expected to attend regularly; a teacher supports and assesses student progress and courses must be completed in one semester.
Students who do not complete a course within the allotted time (one semester) will be considered to have “not successfully completed the course” and may re-register in the DIAL program the following semester and take the entire course again. Individuals progress at different rates and so some students may complete a course before the end of the semester. English 10 or English Foundations 6/7 is required to register for a DIAL course. HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION DIAL CLASSES ON-SITE, TEACHER SUPPORTED, INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING COURSES: Term 1: Sept 17- Jan 21 Delta Community College Mon / Wed 9:00am – 12:00pm Delta Community College Mon / Wed 6:30pm – 9:30pm North Delta Secondary Mon / Wed 6:30pm – 9:30pm Accounting 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Apprentice and Work Math 10 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Apprentice and Work Math 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Apprentice and Work Math 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Biology 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Calculus 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Chemistry 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Chemistry 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Family Studies 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 First Nations Studies 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Foundations of Math 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Foundations of Math 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Law 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Physics 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Physics 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Planning 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Pre-Calculus 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Pre-Calculus 12 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Sept 17 - Jan 21 Social Studies 11 Sept 17 - Jan 9 Sept 17 - Jan 9
15 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 High School Completion DO YOU HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT COMPLETING YOUR GRADUATION DIPLOMA? Call Delta Community College at 604-594-6100 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Now is an excellent time to complete your Graduation Diploma! Make an appointment with one of our advisors to help you with your grad plan: 604-594-6100. HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION courses begin September 17! Register now! HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION IN CLASS TEACHER INSTRUCTED COURSES DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Term 1 September 18, 2018 – January 17, 2019 English 11 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Sept 18 – Jan 8 English 12 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Communications 12 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Applied Digital Communications 11 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Applied Digital Communications 12 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Sept 18 - Jan 17 Delta Adult Study Hall (DASH) DASHsessionsrunMondayandWednesday 9:00-12:00noon,12:30-4:00or6:30-9:30PM, at Delta Community College, pending available space. These sessions are tuition free. If you are an adult on-line learner or a mature senior student (grade 11 or 12) taking an on- line course and you are finding it difficult to stay motivated or to get beyond a particular section of a course, how about a change of scenery? Try our scheduled work sessions with a teacher present for support and encouragement.
DASH sessions run concurrently with our DIAL (Delta Individualized Adult Learning) classes. They provide the opportunity for on-line students to develop a regular school work schedule, to have access to a quiet place to work twice a week, to have access to a computer (or bring your own lap-top), as well as a teacher to provide support and encouragement to keep moving forward. Attending these sessions also allows on-line students to be part of a cohort group working toward the same goal. Students are responsible for bringing their own texts and materials, doing their own work and for staying in contact with their on-line teacher regarding curriculum, instruction, and assessment. DASH is free of charge. Register early as space is limited.
16 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Delta Access Online Learning for Secondary Students DeltaSchoolDistrictispleasedtoprovideonlinelearningopportunitiesforthoseint erestedin coursesatthegrades10-12level. Youcanexpectthatbyenrollinginanonlinecoursethrough Delta School District that you will receive a rich educational experience taught by highly qualified teaching staff. Online curriculum will be supported by frequent communication through a variety of electronic means and, if you are in the BC Lower Mainland area, by optional face-to-face communication as well.
Students might choose an online course for a variety of reasons: • You want to compress the time period in which to complete the course. • You have a conflict in your timetable. • Your school does not offer a course you want. • You want to experience an online learning course. • You have a different learning style. • You are not attending school and need the credits towards graduation. • You would like to upgrade a course that you have previously failed or taken and want a higher mark.
All BC residents are fully funded by the Ministry of Education. Graduated Adults are no longer funded for academic upgrading courses (contact us for more details). A $40 fully refundable course deposit is required for each course. Any change to the original registration (withdrawal or transfer) will be subject to a $40 processing fee, which will be deducted from this deposit. If you wish to take an entire course of studies through DeltaAccess, you can register as a full time Distributed Learning student and the District can provide you with other, additional support. Please contact us at 604-599-6398 as we will have to arrange to have you meet with an advisor to create your grad plan.
For more information, including registration and course selection, please visit http://www.deltasd.bc.ca/access/ DELTA ACCESS Online Learning for Secondary Students Online learning offers opportunities to meet provincial learning outcomes using technologies that provide access at times and places convenient to students. Visit web.deltasd.bc.ca for information. Secondary School Courses Available Online • Accounting 11 • BC First Nations Studies 12 • Biology 11 and 12 • Calculus 12 • Chemistry 11 and 12 • Communications 11 and 12 • English 10, 11, and 12 • Family Studies • Geography 12 • History 12 • Law 12 • Math 10 A and W, and Pre-Calculus • Math 11 A and W, Foundations, and Pre-Calculus • Math 12 Foundations and Pre-Calculus • PE 10 and 11 • Physics 11 and 12 • Planification 10 • Planning 10 and 12 • Science 10 • Science and Tech 11 • Social Studies 10 and 11 http://www.deltasd.bc.ca/content/ programs/deltaaccess
17 REGISTER: 604-594-6100 Gain secondary credit for the additional language you already know. LANGUAGE CHALLENGE EXAMS • French 11/12 • Japanese 11/12 • Korean 11/12 • Mandarin (simplified) 11/12 • Mandarin (traditional) 11/12 • Punjabi 11/12 • Spanish 11/12 Deadline for application is November 2, 2018 Language Challenge Are you already fluent in an additional language and interested in gaining secondary credit for it? LANGUAGE CHALLENGE EXAMS Delta School District’s Continuing Education branch has coordinated the Language Challenge exams annually since 2002 in collaboration with the Coast- Metro Challenge Consortium, a steering committee representing twelve local school districts.
According to Ministry of Education policies, all students are entitled to request an opportunity to challenge courses for credit. The challenge exam process permits secondary students who have already acquired the appropriate learning elsewhere to obtain full credit and a percentage grade for a language course. It is highly recommended that you check with your intended university for their admissions requirements. The following courses are offered as Language Challenge exams: • French 11/12 • Japanese 11/12 • Korean 11/12 • Mandarin (simplified) 11/12 • Mandarin (traditional) 11/12 • Punjabi 11/12 • Spanish 11/12 Exams will be conducted in Ladner on January 26 and 27, 2019.
Deadline for application is November 2, 2018 For more information or application, contact your school’s counselling department or Continuing Education at 604-940-5550. Detailed information and the Application Package is also available at: www.deltasd.bc.ca/schools/secondary/ challenge-exams/
18 deltaacademies.ca ACADEMY PROGRAMS are an example of Delta’s commitment to offering choice programs that enable learners to engage in their passion during the school day. For further information please contact: 604-952-5374 Academy Programs Academy programs are District run elective classes that may or may not take place at a different high school than where the student attends. Programs are credited courses scheduled within the school day. These courses fulfill students’ graduation requirements. Transportation between Delta schools is available for most academies. Students from both out-of- catchment and out-of-district are eligible to participate in an academy program. Out- of-district students must be registered at a Delta school. Delview Secondary’s courses are not compatible nor are any grades 9-12 courses at North Delta Secondary. Applying is a two-part process: 1. Apply through Student Connect 2. And also through online registration on the Delta Academies website For online application, fees, videos, program content and transportation information, visit us at: deltaacademies. ca or call 604 952-5374.
BASEBALL ACADEMY Sands Secondary Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females The Baseball Academy is coached by, legendary former National team coach John Haar. John’s resume is extensive including, founder of the National Baseball Institute, and International Baseball Federation’s top coach in 1992. John is also a two-time Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame inductee as a builder and coach, and a longtime coach of the PBL’s North Shore Twins. Students will also work with several very qualified local coaches and also Sands Secondary Teacher Coordinator Kevin Dalgetty. Students in this academy are offered the opportunity to develop and refine their baseball skills and fitness levels throughout the entire school year.
(2 block program every other afternoon). DANCE ACADEMY Delta Secondary Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females Coordinated by DSS Teacher, Jessica McMillan, this academy offers students the opportunity to work with local professional dance instructors, Jyla Davis, Melissa Pribula and Jessica Caldera. Students will be exposed to multiple forms of dance, developing their technical skills in both choreography and performance. Jazz and ballet training is recommended. (2 block program every other afternoon) FILM ACTING ACADEMY The Studio – Delta Manor Education Centre Gr. 8-12 Males & Females Coordinated by SDSS Drama Teacher, Jennifer Harbott, this academy offers aspiring film and television actors the opportunity to work with local actors, Cameron Bancroft, Alex Zahara and other talented guest instructors. Students will take on a serious study of on-camera work including auditioning, scene study, and meetingwithindustryprofessionalstoguide their learning (including agents, casting directors, acting coaches, etc.). Students will work on career development for success in Vancouver's vibrant film acting industry where we are the third largest film and TV production center in North America! Students will work in collaboration with students in the Film Production Academy. (2 block program every other afternoon) FILM PRODUCTION The Studio - Delta Manor Education Centre Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females Coordinated by SDSS Drama teacher Jennifer Harbott, this academy is designed for aspiring young film, television and documentary makers interested in learning the artistic and technical aspects of storytelling in pre-production, production and post-production processes from leading industry professionals: Garnet Campbell and Sandra Almond. This academy is ideal for students wanting to develop a successful career in Vancouver's vibrant
19 film acting industry where we are the third largest film and TV production center in North America! Students will work in collaboration with students in the Film ActingAcademy.(Grade8,2-blockprogram every other morning and Grade 9 to 12, 2-block program every other afternoon) FILM VISUAL EFFECTS (VFX) The Studio – Delta Manor Education Centre Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females This academy is designed for aspiring young Visual Effects Artists (VFX)! Work with top Vancouver Industry professionals to learn the basics key components of VFX. Learn the basics of: photography, modeling, texturing, lighting, rigging, rotoscoping, matte painting, compositing, dynamics, rendering to name a few! This program is run with the support of CG Masters Professional Training Centre. This academy is ideal for students wanting to develop a successful career in Vancouver's vibrant film industry where we are the third largest film and TV production center in North America! Students will work in collaboration with students in the Film Acting Academy and Film Production Academies to experience a real world collaborative process.
(2 block program every other morning) GOLF SEAQUAM SECONDARY (NORTH END) Seaquam Secondary Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females The Golf Academy is designed to improve individual golf skills, golf IQ and improve student’s golf specific conditioning within theregularscheduleofclasses. Thisprogram is coached by, Teacher Coordinator Bryce Hamade, PGA of Canada Coaches Chris Lutes and Nate Beauchamp and golf fitness coach Lindsay Manion. The academy includes a 12 month junior membership at Delta Golf Course plus up to 6,000 range balls. This academy meets the needs of golfers from beginner to elite. (2 block program every other afternoon) GOLF BEACH GROVE (SOUTH END) Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females The Golf Academy is designed to improve individual golf skills, golf IQ and improve student’s golf specific conditioning within theregularscheduleofclasses. Thisprogram is coached by Teacher Coordinator Bryce Hamade, PGA of Canada Coaches Chris Lutes and Nate Beauchamp and golf fitness coach Lindsay Manion. The academy includes a 12 month junior membership plus unlimited range balls during academy sessions. This academy meets the needs of golfers from beginner to elite. (2 block program every other afternoon) DELTA LACROSSE ACADEMY South Delta Secondary Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females The Lacrosse Academy is coached by Evan Messenger,aprofessionalNLLboxplayerfor the Vancouver Stealth, accomplished guest community coaches including professional NLL box player Logan Schuss, and by former New Westminster Salmonbellies Mann Cup-winning coach John Hannah. Students in this academy will further develop their lacrosse skills and core fitness. College recruitment opportunities and support applying for athletic scholarships is available. The program includes knowledge onsportnutrition,injurymanagement,stick stringing, athletic psychology and a variety of cross training activities. This program is overseen by Teacher Coordinator Patty Burr who has extensive lacrosse knowledge which includes Minor President Delta Lacrosse, Coaching Coordinator, Senior Pioneers Lacrosse management, coach for both, boys and girls box and field lacrosse, coach/sponsor of the South Delta Secondary lacrosse program as well as being a former competitive player herself. (2 block program every other afternoon) SPORTS ACADEMIES Delta offers a full range of sports Academies (seven and growing!) from Baseball to Golf.
Students and Teacher Coordinators, driven towards excellence in their chosen sport, work alongside professionals, athletes, and coaches to build their skills. VISIT: deltaacademies.ca REGISTER: http://deltaaccademies.ca Academy Programs
20 Academy Programs ACADEMY PROGRAMS provide choice in education to high school students in Delta. Academy programs are credited courses, scheduled within the school day, that fulfill graduation requirements. VISIT: deltaacademies.ca deltaacademies.ca SOFTBALL ACADEMY Seaquam Secondary Gr. 8 - 12 Females This academy is overseen by Teacher Coordinator, Paige Collings (former member of Team Canada) and Head Coach, Ron Clarke. Ron has over 20 years of experience as a National Team Coach (Sydney Olympics, Pan-Am Games, World Championship in Japan). Ron coaches with Susan Desrosiers (20+ years coaching at the elite level), Larissa Franklin (current member of Team Canada), and Sara Hopwood-Riske (current Senior National Team member). Students develop their softball skills through in-field fundamentals and sport-specific skill development and training.
(2 block program every other afternoon) PERFORMANCE ACADEMY DMEC Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females The Performance Academy works in partnership with Vancouver Opera (VO) and is designed for students who love theatre and music! This academy will offer the class the opportunity (with support) to write their own music and theatre piece and present it at the Vancouver Opera Festival and around the district. Students will study voice, acting and script/score writing with master teaching artists and attend VO’s dress rehearsals with backstage access. Opportunities for apprenticeship programs are available. This program is overseen by Teacher Coordinator Paige Hansen. (2 block program every other afternoon) SOCCER ACADEMY Sands Secondary Gr. 8 -12 Males & Females This academy is coached by Martin Bittengl, a former professional player from the Czech Republic, as well as professional coaches, Mark Pennington and Ajit Braich. This program offers outstanding skill development opportunities to soccer players with a passion and commitment to improve their skills and abilities. This program is overseen by former UBC assistant coach and Sands Soccer Academy Teacher Coordinator Lucas Serres (2 block program every other afternoon) SOCCER ACADEMY South Delta Secondary Gr. 8 – 12 Males & Females This academy is coached by Vancouver 86’ers FC player and South Delta Teacher Coordinator, Stephen Burns and assistant coaches, Martin Bittengl, a former professional player from the Czech Republic, Paul Bahia who is a former Whitecaps FC Prospects player/ coach, Nico Marcina and Andy Singh. This program offers outstanding skill development opportunities to soccer players with a passion and commitment to improve their skills and abilities. (2 block program)
21 HOME QUEST A HOME + SCHOOL COOPERATIVE APPROACH TO EDUCATION The ultimate in diversified learning. The Home Quest program offers the opportunity to learn with your child at home, while also having access to group outings, a resource library, the support of certified teachers, Delta School District report cards and other benefits ✔ ✔ Certified B.C. teachers offer families guidance and support on navigating the BC Curriculum and developing individualized student learning plans. ✔ ✔ Studentsmayopttocometoourclassesonceortwiceaweekand/ormakeuseofmemberships to online educational programs like A-Z Learning, All the Right Type, and Mathletics. ✔ ✔ Families may choose to go on frequently offered field trips and attend workshops that connect them to the curriculum, community and one another.
✔ ✔ As a public education program Home Quest is free to all BC Residents and offers funding to families throughout the year. Located at Annieville Elementary, 9240 112th Street in North Delta. Contact Home Quest: Jenny Slinn, Coordinator: 604.597.8353 e-mail: email@example.com Website: https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/home-quest/ http://homequest.deltasd.bc.ca Home Quest CONSIDERING ALTERNATIVE OPTIONS FOR YOUR CHILD’S EDUCATION? Contact Home Quest Jenny Slinn, Coordinator phone: 604.597.8353 email: firstname.lastname@example.org address: 9240 112 Street Delta, BC V4C 4X8 website: www. deltasd.bc.ca/programs/ home-quest
GENESIS THEATRE, 5005 45th Avenue, Ladner Genesis Theatre is a high-quality 402-seat performing arts facility operated by Delta SchoolDistrict.Formoredetails,seepageor https://deltalearns.ca/genesistheatre/ LICENSES TO OCCUPY – CHILD CARES IN DELTA SCHOOLS Delta School District allows the use of suitable space in its facilities by licensed child care providers, provided that the space is not required for K-12 educational programs, early learning programs, or extracurricular activities. Delta School District does not approve the placement of third-party portables on its property. At present, there are no surplus spaces within Delta schools but, if you are interested in learning about spaces which may become available from time to time, we welcome you to add your name to our waiting list. To do this, please provide your name, phone number, and e-mail address, along with the type(s) of child care you would like to establish and the region within Delta you prefer, if you have a preference, to ContinuingEducation@deltasd.bc.ca.
23 deltalearns.ca/genesistheatre Genesis Theatre 5005 45th Avenue, Ladner (adjacent to Delta Secondary School) GenesisTheatreisahigh-qualityperforming arts facility operated by Delta School District, an ideal venue for concerts, dance, drama, lectures, and large presentations. https://deltalearns.ca/genesistheatre/ https://www.facebook.com/5005live/ Our goals are to support the performing arts in Delta and our region and to inspire our community with accessible experiences that celebrate imagination, diversity, and connection.
Recently updated, Genesis Theatre is designed and equipped as a performing arts facility featuring: • 400 newly upgraded seats in a steeply raked house • full, fly stage • excellent acoustics • good lighting and sound support Ancillary facilities include: • 2 large dressing rooms, both with make- up positions, shower, and adjoining washrooms • box office, upgraded lobby, and foyer, including facilities for small exhibits and displays View the Genesis Theatre seating map: https://deltalearns.ca/genesistheatre/ INTERESTED IN RENTING GENESIS THEATRE? To make a specific request for a rental for your performance or event, please complete and submit a Genesis Theatre Booking Request form. To download a copy, please visit www.deltasd.bc.ca/district/facility- rentals/genesis-theatre/ Genesis Theatre has minimum staffing requirements, which are at the expense of the Renter. Genesis Theatre is not responsible for marketing the Presenter’s event. A Security Deposit is required at time of booking. For specific questions about renting Genesis Theatre, please e-mail your questions to theatre manager at ContinuingEducation@deltasd.bc.ca TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING USE OF GENESIS THEATRE All rental groups must agree to the “Terms and Conditions” provided as part of the rental agreement. This form outlines policies on facilities, accident and liability insurance, equipment, damage, seating, concession, advertising, security, cancellations, and safety. Weekend rentals are subject to an additional charge to provide security and custodial services. When the rental of a Delta School District facility involves a paid public performance featuring live or recorded music, renters are solely responsible for reporting and paying all required license fees to SOCAN or any other performing rights society or body. GENESIS THEATRE PRESENTS…. Genesis Theatre produces a number of quality performing arts events each year that are close to home and affordable, showcasing a diverse range of British Columbia-based performers. “MARION BRIDGE” A stage play starring Nicola Cavendish, Lynda Boyd and Beatrice Zeilinger. Saturday, September 22, 7:30 PM, and Sunday, September 23, 2:30 PM This humorous and touching story by Daniel MacIvor is directed by Roy Surette. When three estranged sisters return home to Cape Breton to care for their dying mother, old conflicts and secrets resurface. Each woman, in their own way, attempts to reconcile their loneliness and what they thought they wanted from life with what they thought their parents wanted for them. Nothing has turned out the way they’d imagined.
TICKETS: $40. Purchase ON-LINE: connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = marion) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550. If you attended JIM BYRNES at Genesis Theatre in March 2017, you will remember his lead guitarist that night, Paul Pigat. Paul returns to Genesis Theatre with the kind of roots music that gets you in the mood to hit the open road. BOXCAR CAMPFIRE Saturday, October 13, 7:30 PM TICKETS only $20! Purchase ON-LINE: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = boxcar) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550.
24 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 GENESIS THEATRE 5005 45th Avenue, Ladner (adjacent to Delta Secondary School) GENESIS THEATRE IS THE RIGHT VENUE for your South Delta performance! To enquire about renting Genesis Theatre visit https://deltalearns.ca/ genesistheatre/ Genesis Theatre TERRI-LYNN WILLIAMS- DAVIDSON WITH BILL HENDERSON & CLAIRE LAWRENCE Friday, November 16, 7:30 PM During this unique evening celebrating Canadian west coast music and culture, Terri-Lynn, Bill and Claire perform music from their acclaimed album, "Grizzly Bear Town". Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson is a Haida musician, artist, and lawyer, and has dedicated herself to the continuation of Haida culture. Bill Henderson and Claire Lawrence are prominent musicians, best known for their work in Chilliwack and other notable projects.
TICKETS: $30. Purchase ON-LINE: connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = williams) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550. BOXCAR CAMPFIRE Saturday, October 13, 7:30 PM Guitarist Paul Pigat is blessed with a jazz man’s sheen, a rockabilly heart, and a hobo’s soul. With long-gone days of railroad steam trailing out back of his head as he sings of possums in the pot and holes in his heart, this music gets you in the mood to hit the open road. Last seen at Genesis Theatre with Jim Byrnes in 2017, Paul has shared the stage and lent his guitar mastery to some fine musicians over the years including Jeff Beck, James Burton, Brian Setzer, Jakob Dylan, Reverend Horton Heat, and Neko Case… this list could go on and on! General Admission TICKETS, only $20. Purchase ON-LINE: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = boxcar) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550. SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS, UPCOMING AT GENESIS THEATRE As a community theatre, Genesis Theatre welcomes a variety of performing arts companies to our facility. These shows are coming soon to Ladner: Norman Foote in concert: “Howl” Saturday, October 27, 1:00 PM Norman Foote is a Juno Award winning children’s entertainer who has received international acclaim for his songwriting, outrageous props, and offbeat sense of humour. For more information and tickets: http://normanfoote.com Delta Secondary School Band Concert Monday, November 5 For more information and tickets: https:// de.deltasd.bc.ca.
Relive the Music- A tribute to the 60’s and 70’s Saturday, November 10 For more information and tickets: https:// de.deltasd.bc.ca. Delta Youth Theatre presents “Willy Wonka Jr.” November 28 to December 2 The delicious adventures experienced by Charlie Bucket on his visit to Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl'sfantasticaltale. Formoreinformation and tickets: www.deltayouththeatre.com. GENESIS THEATRE, 5005 45th Avenue, Ladner (adjacent to Delta Secondary School) Learn more about upcoming events by following us on Facebook: https://www. facebook.com/5005live/ Please visit https://deltalearns.ca/ genesistheatre for information about our venue.
25 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca How to Register CLASS POSTPONEMENTS/ HOLIDAYS Classes will be postponed on the following dates: • Monday, OCTOBER 8: Thanksgiving Day • Wednesday, OCTOBER 31: Halloween Night (Classes are postponed in the evening only.) • Monday, NOVEMBER 12: Remembrance Day 1. ON-LINE REGISTRATION: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Visa debit card are accepted. http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca 2. BY PHONE – 604-940-5550: with Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Visa debit card.
3. IN PERSON: At the Continuing Education Office, 4750 – 57th Street, Ladner Office Hours: Monday Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Visa, Mastercard, American Express, cheque, cash, and Visa debit card are accepted. Payment by other debit cards is not available. REGISTERING FOR A COURSE ON- LINE WITH http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Creating an Account: When you set up an on-line account, your future registrations will be easier and all the courses you take with Delta Continuing Education can be reviewed from your account. If you are a new user, just click the “Create Account” button on the home page prior to your first registration.
RECEIPTS DISTRIBUTED IN CLASS Official receipts will be distributed at your first class. No confirmation of enrollment will be mailed to you, so please mark your calendar. If you register on-line, please print and retain your confirmation page. COURSES MAY BE CANCELLED Delta Continuing Education reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, the unavailability of teachers or facilities, or other reasonable causes. In such cases, registrants will be notified by telephone or e-mail and a full refund will be given.
WITHDRAWING FROM A CLASS If you must withdraw from a class, please call the Continuing Education Office as soon as possible to let us know that you will not be attending. Refunds will be issued if the refund request is received by phone, in person, or via e-mail at ContinuingEducation@deltasd.bc.ca before the start of the course. An administration fee of $20 will be charged on your withdrawal. Refunds are not given for forgotten or missed classes, so please mark your calendar. INCOME TAX DEDUCTIONS DeltaSchoolDistrict,ContinuingEducation Branch is certified by Employment and Social Development Canada so courses of a qualifying duration that develop or improve skills in an occupation are eligible for tuition tax credits. Please consult the Canada Revenue Agency (www.cra-arc.gc.ca) for specific details. WEB-SITE LINKS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATION ONLY Any inclusion in this catalogue of a web-site address not directly affiliated with Delta School District is meant only as a source for additional information about a specific course or instructor for potential students. Such inclusion does not imply that Delta School District recommends or endorses any commercial product or service which may be promoted anywhere on such sites. HOW TO REGISTER FOR NON-ACADEMIC COURSES Please see general registration policies on page 4.
26 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Workplace and Computer Skills WORKPLACE SKILLS COMPUTERS/TECHNOLOGY BUILDING SERVICE WORKER TRAINING Upon successful completion of this course, you will be qualified to seek employment as a building service worker or custodian in settings such as schools, hospitals, and extended care facilities, and to provide services as a self-employed janitorial contractor. A combination of classroom instruction and practical, hands-on experience is used to train you in areas of cleaning chemicals, equipment, floor and carpet care, safety, and WHMIS. Students must be at least 19 years old and have strong English skills. Course mark and evaluations are based on written exams, demonstrated practical skills, and attendance. A comprehensive course manual is included in the fee.
North Delta Secondary Ian Robertson WK059 Mon to Thurs, 6:00 – 10:00 pm 23 sessions Starts September 24 Fee: $650* (includes course manual) North Delta Secondary Ian Robertson WK060 Mon to Thurs, 6:00 – 10:00 pm 23 sessions Starts November 5 Fee: $650* (includes course manual) EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (E.C.E.) BASIC CERTIFICATE 2 Year Part-Time Evening Program The Delta Early Childhood Education Basic Certificate program fulfills all provincial requirements and prepares students for employment in the Early Childhood Education sector in B.C. E.C.E. Information Packages, which describe scheduling, fees, policies, and the application process are available at: www.deltasd.bc.ca (search on “E.C.E.”) or directly at https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/ programs/continuing-education/early- childhood-education-ece/ See page 32 for details. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION POST-BASIC STUDIES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS AND INFANT/ TODDLER The Post-Basic studies program courses lead to a Certificate to Practice as a Special Needs Early Childhood Educator, working in integrated settings with children requiringextrasupport,and/oraCertificate to Practice as an Infant and Toddler Early Childhood Educator, working with children under three years old. For a free INFORMATION/ APPLICATION PACKAGE for the Delta ECE Diploma program and details of post-basic courses, visit: https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/ continuing-education/early-childhood- education-ece/ FOODSAFE CERTIFICATE The FOODSAFE program has been developed to reduce the risk of food borne illness in all commercial, industrial, or institutional food service settings. The purpose of the course is to create awareness of food-borne illness and worker injury, reducethepossibilityoffood-relatedillness, and share the importance of safe work habits in the food industry. On successful completion of this course and exam, and following verification through Fraser Health, you will receive a FOODSAFE Level 1 certificate by mail. Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK053 Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session September 28 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK056 Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session October 13 Fee: $65 IMPORTANT POINTS ABOUT COMPUTER COURSES • Except for“BRING YOUR OWN” device workshops, all computer courses are hands-on with one computer per person.
• Pre-requisites are listed in italics at the bottom of each course description. • For most courses, a comprehensive manual is included in the cost of the course. If you require a completion certificate for an employer or for your records, please request one from: 604-940-5550 or ContinuingEducation@deltasd.bc.ca.
27 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Workplace and Computer Skills DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY - INTRODUCTION Make effective use of your camera and learn techniques that photographers use to get the most from their equipment. Saturdays, beginning October 12 See page 40 SAFETY AND INSTRUCTIONAL WOOD FOR EDUCATION ASSISTANTS In some schools, Education Assistants may have the opportunity to assist special needs students in Technology Education shops. For working Education Assistants with little or no shop experience, this course aims to reduce the anxiety of working in an unfamiliar and potentially hazardous setting. It provides an overview of general wood shop rules, safety, and first aid, along with hands-on orientation to safe operating procedures of various machines. The instructor is a certified shop teacher with Delta School District. Class size is very limited.
Seaquam Secondary (North Delta) Dave De Pieri WK052 Tue and Thurs, 4:00 - 7:00 pm 8 sessions Starts September 25 Fee: $200 COMPUTERS/ TECHNOLOGY COMPUTERS MADE EASY (WINDOWS, WORD, EXCEL, & INTERNET BASICS) Designed for the new user, this in-depth coursebeginswiththebasicsoftheWindows operating system, then moves on to basic introductions of MS Word word processing, Excel spreadsheets, and Internet browsing. This course is particularly suited to those who would like to develop a solid foundation in computer use and gain exposure to the most popular applications. Windows 7 is used in class. A 50% tuition discount is available on this course to senior citizens. Delta Manor Education Centre VOC041 Wednesday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts September 26 Fee: $165 North Delta Secondary VOC042 Wednesday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts October 24 Fee: $165 IPAD FOR BEGINNERS: BRING YOUR OWN Of course, you can learn about your iPad’s features by trial and error but, with this one- day course, you can make sure you are aware of your iPad’s terminology and key features right away so that you can optimize your use of your tablet and not develop unproductive habits. Topics include: using the virtual keyboard, syncing, iCloud, managing apps, childproofing, connecting to an external display, taking pictures and movies, and more. Please bring your charged iPad to class. Delta Manor Education Centre VOC043 Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 1 session December 1 Fee: $75 CREATE BLOGS & WEBSITES WITH WORD PRESS Learn to create an attractive website or blog in this introductory course using the popular and free WordPress.com platform. Some familiarity with computer and internet use are expected. Please ensure that you are prepared to access your e-mail account via the web (or be prepared to set up a new email account at the beginning of the class). PCs are provided, but feel free to bring along your laptop.
Delta Manor Education Centre (Ladner) VOC044 Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 1 session October 13 Fee: $60
28 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Workplace and Computer Skills EXCEL 2010 - LEVEL 1 This course introduces the fundamentals of Excel which includes handling files, entering data, using worksheets, formatting, formulas, functions, and charts. Prerequisite: ability to perform basic Windows functions. Delta Manor Education Centre VOC045 Tuesday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts September 25 Fee: $165 Delta Manor Education Centre VOC046 Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 1 session September 22 Fee: $80 EXCEL 2016 - LEVEL 1 This course introduces the fundamentals of Excel which includes constructing cell data, using formulas, formatting the worksheet, viewing and printing workbooks, working with charts and graphics, organizing data, using macros, and importing and exporting data. Prerequisite: ability to perform basic Windows functions.
North Delta Secondary VOC047 Thursday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts September 27 Fee: $165 EXCEL 2010 – LEVEL 2 Increase your skills with Excel software concentrating on formatting, functions, lists of data, Internet and drawing tools, and customizing charts. Learn to apply built-in and custom formats, use styles and views, sort data, summarize information in a database, use drawing tools, and customize your charts. You will also work with functions: math, statistical, financial, logical, date and time, and text. Excel 2010 is used in class. A working knowledge of Windows and the basic skills in Excel are required.
Delta Manor Education Centre VOC049 Tuesday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts October 23 Fee: $165 EXCEL 2016 – LEVEL 2 This course shows you how to use a variety of intermediate and advanced features to merge workbooks, perform data analysis, and audit formulas in spreadsheets. You will also use summary functions, create PivotTables and PivotCharts, and work with macros. Prerequisite: ability to perform basic Windows and Excel 2016 functions. North Delta Secondary VOC048 Thursday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts October 25 Fee: $165 MICROSOFT OFFICE SUITE – INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW (WORD, EXCEL, AND POWERPOINT) Working with the 2010 version of the Microsoft Office suite, you will gain basic skills in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Learn how to create, edit, enhance, manage, and print simple documents using these software. It is recommended that students have a working knowledge of Windows and are confident with computer fundamentals prior to taking this course. Delta Manor Education Centre VOC050 Monday, 7:00 – 10:00 pm 4 sessions Starts September 24 Fee: $165 MS WORD – PRACTICAL BUSINESS APPLICATIONS This course is for those who are using MS Word at a functional level but want to learn the program’s intermediate features for the business office, such as tables, mail merges, inserting graphics, customizing features, and adding headers and footers. Word 2010 is used in class. A working knowledge of Windows and the basic skills in MS Word are required.
Delta Manor Education Centre VOC051 Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 1 session September 29 Fee: $80 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY – Introduction And Intermediate These courses are designed for adults who are interested in photography, have their own digital SLR, and wish to pursue subtleties that make good photos great. See page 40. Professional Development Workshop for Early Childhood Educators DESIGNING CULTURALLY FOCUSED EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM Wednesday, November 14 See page 33
29 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate (DTAC) Program DELTA TEACHING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, FALL 2019 The part-time program is offered over 10 months, through evening and Saturday classes and 6 weeks of full-time practicum experience. INFORMATION/ APPLICATION PACKAGES are available for download from: www.deltasd.bc.ca (search on“DTAC”) Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate Program participants develop knowledge and skills necessary to work with K-12 students with special physical, behavioural, or learning needs. The DTAC program prepares its participants to support students in learning assistance, resource room, English literacy, alternate, and mainstream settings. The part-time program is offered over 10 months, through evening and Saturday classes and 6 weeks of full-time practicum experience.
Since DTAC’s inception in 2000, the program has regularly responded to feedback from employers, teachers, and graduates by incorporating practical, sought-after skills and up-to- date information into the curriculum. DTAC coordinators and instructors are experienced educational professionals or specialists in relevant fields of health care, assistive technology, communication skills, and behavioural support. Program content and demand for Education Assistants in Metro Vancouver are reviewed yearly and adjustments are reflected in the curriculum, practicums, and the student selection process.
INFORMATION PACKAGES FOR FALL 2019, including Application Forms, are available for download from the Delta School District website: www.deltasd.bc.ca Acceptance into the DTAC Program is through a competitive application/ selection process. The deadline for applications for the Fall 2019 program is Friday, March 1, 2019. FREE INFORMATION SESSION DELTA TEACHING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE PROGRAM, Fall 2019 At this free information session, a panel of speakers will provide you with information about the Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate program’s structure, schedule, and application process, and about the typical role of an Education Assistant in public schools. Register now and mark your calendar!
Delta Manor Education Centre, 4750 – 57 Street, Ladner DTAC 002 Mon, February 4, 2019, 7:00 pm EMERGENCY FIRST AID DTAC students must have an Emergency First Aid certificate that is valid when they graduate and when they begin to seek work with School Districts after graduation. Emergency First Aid deals with life- threatening emergencies for children and adults. Course fee includes manual. DTAC students: The first aid course dates below do not conflict with your core Saturday workshops (DTAC 701 and DTAC 600). Please take care to register only for dates that do not conflict with other required classes.
Delta Manor Education Centre AID026 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session September 29 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID028 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session October 27 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID029 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session February 23 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID030 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session April 13 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID031 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session June 8 Fee: $75
30 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate (DTAC) Program DTAC 800: ELECTIVE WORKSHOP SERIES* This series is designed for students of the Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate Program but these electives are open to the community. Persons considering enrolling in the DTAC program in the future may wish to register for Elective Workshops to sample program topics or to gain credits in advance. DTAC students must attend 3 workshops to satisfy certificate completion requirements. These dates include all of the Elective Workshops scheduled for the 2018/ 2019 school year: HIGH FIVE: HEALTHY PRINCIPLES OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT (DTAC 824) High Five is a highly recognized quality assurance program designed to help program leaders and parents ensure that recreation and sport programs are delivered in ways that support the healthy development of all children aged 6 to 12. Course participants have the opportunity to: design an activity plan that enhances a child's healthy development and sense of personal success, practice skills that can be applied to building healthy relationships in all areas of programming for children, and learn to create environments that promote healthy child development and self- esteem. The strategies apply to all children, not specifically those with identified special needs. Fee includes course manual. Successful candidates will receive a High Five certificate.
Delta Manor Education Centre DTAC824-F Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 1 session September 29 Fee: $60 Delta Manor Education Centre DTAC824-S Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pm 1 session June 8 Fee: $60 FOODSAFE CERTIFICATE (DTAC 832) Because education assistants may be involved in food preparation or handling in some school environments, possession of a provincial FOODSAFE certificate is considered an asset by employers. The program has been developed to create awareness and reduce the risk of food borne illness. Fee includes course manual. Certificate is provided by Fraser Health. Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK053 Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session September 28 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK056 Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session October 13 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK054 Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session January 18 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK057 Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session February 23 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK055 Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session March 22 Fee: $65 Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Palliardi WK058 Saturday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm 1 session April 13 Fee: $65 DTAC APPLICATION DEADLINE for Fall 2019: Friday, March 1, 2019 Acceptance into this program is based on a selection process from applications received by the application deadline. Please see the DTAC Information Package for criteria of the selection process: www.deltasd.bc.ca
31 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Search on-line for your course or event at: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca To find it faster, type a key word into the “SEARCH FOR WORD”box. (Examples: Type“AID”to search all available First Aid courses, type“MANX”to buy tickets to the Harry Manx concert at Genesis Theatre, etc.) Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate (DTAC) Program CREATE BLOGS & WEBSITES WITH WORD PRESS Blogs and websites are used in a variety of ways in the educational environment: a classroom home page, language arts activities, a website for a specific event or school group, or a learning portfolio for students. Learn to create an attractive website or blog in this introductory course using the popular free WordPress. com platform. Please be prepared to access your own web-based or web-accessed e-mail account. PCs are provided, but feel free to bring along your laptop.
Delta Manor Education Centre (Ladner) VOC032 Saturday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 1 session October 13 Fee: $60 SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING IN EDUCATION (DTAC 834) This workshop discusses how the five main areas of social and emotional competencies (self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsi- ble decision making) apply to an education- al context. Delta Manor Education Centre Miriam Miller DTAC834 Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm 1 session April 27 Fee: $60 SPECIAL NEEDS STRATEGIES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD (DTAC 829) Education assistants can benefit from awareness of aspects of early childhood development and special needs strategies used with pre-schoolers. This workshop will provide an overview of early childhood atypical development, inclusive environments, facilitating social development, and behaviour plans. Delta Community College (North Delta) Kathleen Price DTAC829 Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm 1 session February 23 Fee: $50 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE WORKPLACE (DTAC 833) Staff who work well within a team environment and with a wide range of peoplearehighlyvaluedintheeducational workplace. An employee with high emotional intelligence can communicate with others effectively, manage change well, solve problems, manage their own impulses, and use humour to build rapport in challenging situations. Delta Manor Education Centre Miriam Miller DTAC 833 Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm 1 session April 13 Fee: $50 WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS (DTAC 820) This workshop acts as a review of some practical aspects of written communication at a secondary school level and as a refresher for those who may not have written course-related essays for some time. Topics include essay forms, technical writing, and business communications, along with tips on strengthening writing style and proper citation of references and footnotes. Delta Manor Education Centre John Cowan DTAC820 Saturday, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm 1 session June 8 Fee: $50
32 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Early Childhood Education DELTA EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Delta School District is approved by the Ministry of Children and Family Development as a training institution for Early Childhood Education Assistant, Basic, and Post-Basic Certificates, has been teaching early childhood educators since 1969, and is certified by Employment and Social Development Canada. Delta ECE provides quality instruction with affordable fees and part-time scheduling that improves accessibility for adult students. EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (E.C.E.) BASIC CERTIFICATE 2 Year Part-Time Evening Program The Delta Early Childhood Education Basic Certificate program prepares students to work in a licensed child care facility, supporting children who have varying family, cultural, and individual needs. As a registry-recognized educational program, Delta Early Childhood Education provides curriculum that fulfills all provincial requirements and prepares students for certification and employment in the Early Childhood Education sector in B.C. The Delta E.C.E. Basic Certificate Program is offered on a part-time evening schedule with daytime practicums.
E.C.E. Information Packages, which describe scheduling, fees, policies, and the application process are available at: https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/ continuing-education/early-childhood- education-ece/ FREE INFORMATION SESSION: E.C.E. BASIC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM This free session will provide you with information about the Delta E.C.E. Basic Certificate Program and becoming licensed as an early childhood educator. Please pre- register. Delta Manor Education Centre ECE001-1 Wednesday, 6:30 pm 1 session September 5 FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION POST-BASIC STUDIES FOR SPECIAL NEEDS AND INFANT/ TODDLER The Post-Basic studies program provides an opportunity for career and educational advancement for ECE graduates. Students must have completed all the academic work in the ECE Basic Certificate program prior to applying for the Post-Basic courses. The advanced courses lead to a Certificate to Practice as a Special Needs Early Childhood Educator, working in integrated settings with children requiring extra support, and/ or a Certificate to Practice as an Infant and ToddlerEarlyChildhoodEducator,working with children under three years old. Both the Special Needs and the Infant /Toddler specializations consist of 4 common core courses, as well as one specialty course and a practicum.
Students may start in January, April, or September, if space is available. For a free INFORMATION/ APPLICATION PACKAGE for the Delta ECE Diploma program and details of post-basic courses: • download from the Delta School District website: https://www. deltasd.bc.ca/programs/continuing- e d u c at i o n / ea r l y- c h i l d h o o d - education-ece/ • e-mailContinuingEducation@deltasd. bc.ca FREE INFORMATION SESSION: POST-BASIC E.C.E. PROGRAM This free session will provide you with information about Delta post-basic E.C.E. courses leading to the Delta ECE Diploma, the two specializations, and practicum opportunities. Please pre-register. Delta Manor Education Centre ECE 002-F Wednesday, 6:30 pm 1 session October 24 FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION BASIC CERTIFICATE 2 Year Part-Time Evening Program • Teaching EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION since 1969 • Affordable fees • An accessible part-time schedule
33 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Early Childhood Education EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT PROGRAM EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE – Part-time This program is specifically designed to meet the needs of those wanting to obtain an Early Childhood Educator Assistant Certificate while ensuring that they receive a more thorough grounding in Early Childhood Education than just the required single course of training. The first years of a child's education are among the most important. During this time, educators have a profound impact on a child's success in development so quality early childhood education depends on high-quality staff training and professional development. This ECE Assistant program meets the academic requirements necessary to apply for provincial certification as an ECE Assistant. ECE 106 and ECE 204 credits can be transferred to the Delta Basic ECE Certification program if a student decides to pursue full certification within one year. Program Start Dates: January 2019 Component Courses • Observation Workshop • Writing Workshop • ECE 106: Interpersonal Skills • Introduction to ECE Series • ECE 204: Health, Safety and Nutrition INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION – ASSISTANT PROGRAM Information Package, which describe scheduling, fees, policies, and the applicationprocessareavailableat: https:// www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/continuing- education/early-childhood-education-ece/ FREE INFORMATION SESSION: ASSISTANT PROGRAM Please pre-register at http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca. Child Care Options Resource & Referral 6846 King George Blvd #100, Surrey ECE003-8 Thursday, 6:30 pm 1 session October 11 FREE Delta Manor Education Centre ECE003-6 Wednesday, 6:30 pm 1 session October 17 FREE Child Care Options Resource & Referral 6846 King George Blvd #100, Surrey ECE003-9 Thursday, 6:30 pm 1 session November 1 FREE Delta Manor Education Centre ECE003-7 Thursday, 6:30 pm 1 session November 15 FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS DESIGNING CULTURALLY FOCUSED EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM Learn to develop and implement culturally focused curriculum and resources that draw upon local First Nations cultures. Locally developed curriculum relies on input from parents and community members and is accepted and used more meaningfully by caregivers and child care centres. The session includes a make-and-take felt board activity. This workshop is presented by The BC Aboriginal Child Care Society. Delta Community College, 11590 83 Avenue, North Delta Maureen Black ECE903 Wednesday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm 1 session November 14 Fee: $20 POST-BASIC EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION SPECIALIZATIONS: Special Needs and Infant/ Toddler Early childhood educators can upgrade with advanced courses leading to a License to Practise as a Special Needs Educator (working with children requiring extra support) and/or an Infant/ Toddler Educator (working with children under 3 years old). For an Information/ Application Package visit: www.deltasd.bc.ca (search on“E.C.E.”)
34 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 First Aid CHILD CARE EMERGENCY FIRST AID & CPR This one-day course, designed for those in the early childhood education industry as well as for parents/caregivers, offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills with a focus on childhood injuries and illnesses. The course covers skills needed to recognize, prevent, and respond to circulation emergencies for babies and children. Topics include airway emergencies, breathing and circulation emergencies, respiratory and cardiac arrest, wound care, head and spine injuries, bone, muscle, and joint injuries, sudden medical emergencies, environmental emergencies, poisons, and keeping children safe. Course fee includes manual.
Delta Manor Education Centre AID032 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session September 22 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID033 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session December 1 Fee: $75 EMERGENCY FIRST AID & CPR C This one-day course offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)skillsfortheworkplaceorhome. The course covers skills needed to recognize, prevent, and respond to circulation emergencies for adults and children. Topics include airway emergencies, breathing and circulation emergencies, respiratory and cardiac arrest, and wound care. Course fee includes manual.
Delta Manor Education Centre AID026 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session September 29 Fee: $75 Delta Manor Education Centre AID028 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session October 27 Fee: $75 STANDARD FIRST AID WITH CPR C This comprehensive two-day course offers first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training for work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Topics include airway emergencies, breathing and circulation emergencies, respiratory and cardiac arrest, wound care, head and spine injuries, bone, muscle, and joint injuries, sudden medical emergencies, environmental emergencies, and poisons. Course fee includes manual.
Delta Manor Education Centre AID034 Sat & Sun , 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 2 sessions October 27 & 28 Fee: $135 LEVEL 1 WORKPLACE EMERGENCY FIRST AID The Red Cross Workplace Emergency First Aid program is recognized by WorkSafe BC as equivalent to the OFA Level 1 program. This one-day course offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace, including WorkSafe BC reporting requirements. Topics include prevention of disease transmission, patient evaluation, CPR, automatic external defibrillator (AED), wound care, airway and breathing emergencies, circulation emergencies, and sudden medical conditions. Please bring acceptable photographic ID to course. Course fee includes manual. Delta Manor Education Centre AID035 Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm 1 session November 17 Fee: $85 • Red Cross First Aid certificates issued are valid for 3 years unless otherwise indicated.
• Affordable • Close-to-home • Convenient weekend schedules
35 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca LANGUAGES SPANISH - LEVEL 1 Simple vocabulary and key phrases will be taught in this beginner's course, supported by instruction in basic grammar. Textbook is included in the course fee. North Delta Secondary Alvaro Hernandez PD029 Tuesday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm 8 sessions Starts September 25 Fee: $130 (includes textbook) Delta Manor Education Centre (Ladner) Alvaro Hernandez PD031 Wednesday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm 8 sessions Starts September 26 Fee: $130 (includes textbook) SPANISH - LEVEL 2 Improve your pronunciation, vocabulary, and fluency in conversational Spanish. Students use the same textbook, Spanish in 10 Minutes A Day, as was used in Level 1. Purchase is available at time of registration for students who may still need this textbook.
Delta Manor Education Centre Alvaro Hernandez PD032 Monday, 6:30 – 8:30 pm 8 sessions Starts September 24 Fee: $90 PUNJABI LANGUAGE CLASSES – AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS This after-school Punjabi language course for elementary school students focuses on knowledge of alphabets (reading and writing), vocabulary building, cultural activities, and practice with conversation. Students are placed in the appropriate level based on Punjabi language proficiency assessments. Richardson Elementary R.K. Phul-Randhawa YA031 Friday, 4:00 – 5:30 pm 12 sessions Starts September 21 Fee: $85 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT HOW TO GET BETTER GRADES IN SCHOOL (For Students in Grades 4 to 12 With Their Parents) Make this your child's best year ever in school. This popular seminar shows your student how to take charge of his/her time at school. Parents and students attend this seminar together to learn proven strategies that have helped thousands of students gain better grades, self-confidence, more free time, and fun in learning. This course will benefit students of all abilities in Grades 4-12. Note: Parent(s) and student must attend together.
Delta Manor Education Centre Terry Small PD046 Tuesday, 7:00 – 8:30 pm 1 session October 16 Fee: $42/ family* RETAINING THE POWER OF MEMORY FOR SENIORS You’ve heard it said that “you can’t teach an olddognewtricks.” Thisisnottrue. Anyone can have a sharp mind and learn anything at almost any age. In this entertaining workshop, you learn practical strategies to train your memory. You will learn to remember names, details from articles that you read, and more, and feel sharper. The course is designed exclusively for retirees and will leave you feeling encouraged by these easily-learned skills. The instructor is a former teacher who has offered his dynamic seminars to corporate and public audiences for over 30 years. Delta Manor Education Centre Graham Best PD050 Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon 1 session September 29 Fee: $50 Delta Manor Education Centre Graham Best PD051 Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon 1 session December 8 Fee: $50 Personal Development Exciting News in first aid training! Both Canadian Red Cross Emergency First Aid and Standard First Aid are recognized by WorkSafeBC as equivalent to OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID (OFA) Level 1 effective July 1, 2018.
36 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Personal Development THE INDISPENSABLE LIFE BINDER Imagine your house is on fire and you need to take with you your most important information and documents. Grab your Indispensable Binder! Imagine you are have a stroke or heart attack, or are hurt in a serious accident. Your family needs to have all the important information to manage everything while you are in hospital recovering. Grab your binder! What if you, or your spouse dies suddenly? Where are all the important documents and information? This important course walks you through the steps to create your own Indispensable Binder. It will become a handy reference for you – your property, travel medications, finances, will, power of attorney representation agreement, contact information for your friends and relatives, and lots more. Here is a systematic format for you to create and organize your own binder, or for $30 in class, you can purchase a binder ready to go.
Delta Manor Education Centre Diana Cruchley PD042 Saturday, 9:30 am – 12:00 noon 1 session November 3 Fee: $35*+ supplies SURPRISING MONEY SECRETS FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: PART 1 FACT: Many post-secondary students under the age of 22 cannot get student loans! The instructor is a parent of two teenagers, a professional engineer, and part time instructor at BCIT. Having completed the Certified Financial Planner educational program, she discovered that funding post- secondary education is more complex, and less expensive, than we think. With a vested interest to make saving for post-secondary educationasefficientaspossible,sheduginto the facts, exposed the myths, and will share the results with you. This course does not recommend or sell financial products. Part 1 covers: How much do I need?, Scholarships, student income, and tax credits. Delta Community College (North Delta) Kristen Spanza PD047 Wednesday, 7:00 – 9:00 pm 1 session October 3 Fee: $10 SURPRISING MONEY SECRETS FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION: PART 2 Funding post-secondary education is more complex, and less expensive, than we think. This course does not recommend or sell financial products. Part 2 covers: RESPs; Student Loans: amounts available and how to apply; and group savings plans. Delta Community College (North Delta) Kristen Spanza PD049 Wednesday, 7:00 – 9:00 pm 1 session October 10 Fee: $10 THERAPEUTIC TOUCH – LEVEL 1 Therapeutic Touch is a safe, gentle, non- intrusive form of energy work which is believed by some to facilitate the body’s own healing process. One of the premises of Therapeutic Touch TM is that we are all made of energy and energy extends beyond our skin like heat radiates from a fire. If our energy is balanced, we will feel better mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally. This course will demonstrate the phases of Therapeutic Touch TM and its use with different conditions, and discuss energy games, modulation of energy, and resources, allowing for practice throughout. The instructor is a registered nurse with Therapeutic Touch TM experience as a practitioner, teacher, and researcher. North Delta Secondary Cheryl Larden, B.S.N. PD044 Thursday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 4 sessions Starts September 27 Fee: $140* RETAINING THE POWER OF MEMORY… FOR SENIORS In this entertaining workshop, learn practical strategies to train your memory at any age.
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37 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca THERAPEUTIC TOUCH (KRIEGER/KUNZ METHOD)– LEVEL 2 This course will be practice oriented. In Level 2, we will review the information presented in Level 1 and take it to a deeper level. The emphasis in Level 2 will be on centering, modulation of energy, the use of colour, two person therapeutic touch, and documentation. Your instructor, Cheryl Larden, has been practicing Therapeutic Touch TM since the 1980’s. She teaches, has done research in Therapeutic Touch TM, and has a private practice. North Delta Secondary Cheryl Larden, B.S.N. PD045 Thursday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 4 sessions Starts January 24 Fee: $140* TOO MUCH STUFF? A GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DOWNSIZING Why not downsize and de-clutter your home now? Imagine thirty years of accumulations and just six weeks to stage, sell, and empty an eight level, 3000 square foot home and move into a condo. Popular seminar presenter, Diana Cruchley, shares her strategies for success. Learn unique strategies to systematize the process of de- cluttering. Understand the psychology of letting go. Category by category – what to let go and why. Then, learn how and where youcandisposeofyourbeststuff: Craigslist, auctions, consignment, charitable donation receipts, china, gold, silver. More than 10 different categories of what to do, where to go, and how it works when you get there. Even the best days to go. Leave inspired to improve your life, have a beautiful home, lighten your heart, be happier – all by getting rid of “too much stuff.” Delta Manor Education Centre Diana Cruchley PD043 Saturday, 12:30 – 3:00 pm 1 session November 3 Fee: $35* SHOW WELL/ SELL WELL: INCREASE YOUR HOME'S APPEAL AND MARKET VALUE This information-packed seminar is designed to help you make simple, yet important changes to your home to increase its market value and appeal. The seminar is also suited to anyone looking for simple, yet effective ways to ‘freshen up’ their home décor. The first part of the seminar deals withunderstandingcolourandhowitworks in your home and life. This is an excellent starting point to learn how to confidently personalize your home with today’s styles and colours, including the psychology of colour, Feng Shui techniques, and how to select colours to complement and enhance a room’s function and maximize impact. The second part of the seminar considers cost-effective ways to stage your home to sell for the best price in today’s market. Delta Manor Education Centre Lynn Pedersen PD012 Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon 1 session October 13 Fee: $20 Personal Development BUILDING SERVICE WORKER TRAINING Through our popular, well-respected program, become qualified to work as a custodian or to provide services as a self- employed janitorial contractor. More details on page 26.
38 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Community Partnerships TEEN EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM Delta Residents in Grade 10 – 12 only Learn to be prepared and protect yourself, your family and friends in case of a disaster. Students will receive Canadian Red Cross Level A CPR/AED certification, learn how to put together an Emergency Kit, and earn up to 14 hours of volunteer time. This program is offered by George Mackie Library and Ladner Library in partnership with the City of Delta, Delta Fire and Emergency Services, Delta School District, Delta Police, BC Emergency Health Services and the Delta Firefighter’s Charitable Organization.
For more information and to register, please contact Sylvia Hampton at sylvia.hampton@ fvrl.bc.ca or call 604-594-8155. Pre-registration for the November date is required by November 13. Delta Community College, Room 7 (North Delta) Friday, November 23, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Free Pre-registrationfortheJanuarydateisrequired by January 18, 2019 Delta Manor Education Centre (Ladner) Friday, January 25, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Free RECORDINGS IN CLASS PROHIBITED Please respect privacy rights and copyright laws before recording images or audio in the classroom.
Taking photos, videos, or audio recordings of instructors, classmates, practicum settings, or in-class activities is prohibited without the prior consent of the instructor and students. ELDERCOLLEGE DELTA Once again ElderCollege Delta (ECD) will be offering an interesting and varied program of courses, presentations and field trips geared for adults over 50. ElderCollege Delta instructors are volunteers, experienced in their respective fields. Typical courses offered are in computers, arts (visual, literary, musical), languages, psychology, science, current affairs, social issues, gardening and much more. The upcoming Fall Semester begins in October and, with a nominal $10 annual membership fee and modest individual course fees, ElderCollege learning is both affordable and varied. Prior to each semester, watch the local papers for information and the libraries for brochures for current courses being offered or check our website at kinvillage.org/community- centre/eldercollege/ Inquiries on courses or other matters can be made via email to eldercollegedelta@ kinvillage.org or by leaving a message at 604-943-0225.
39 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Life Skills DELTA LIFE SKILLS PROGRAM Delta Continuing Education is funded by the Ministry of Children & Family Development and Community Living BC to provide skilled staff to support children and adults with developmental disabilities one-to-one and in group settings. To enquire about program referrals or employment opportunities, phone 604-952-2871. DELTA LIFE SKILLS AND AUTISM INTERVENTION LIFE SKILLS AND SOCIAL GROUPS Delta Continuing Education is funded by the Ministry of Children & Family Development and Community Living BC to provide skilled staff to support children and adults with developmental disabilities one-to-one and in group settings. Life skills staff support the individual goals of participants related to the development of community awareness and recreation skills, social skills, and life skills. AUTISM INTERVENTION PROGRAM Delta Continuing Education provides intervention staff to work with children diagnosed with ASD by contracting directly with families who wish to use their Autism funding. Our staff will work with you and/ or your team to facilitate the goals outlined in your behaviour support plan.
Employment Opportunities The Life Skills Program offers part-time employment supporting children and adults with developmental disabilities in Delta. The hours are flexible with an average of 16 hours per month. Activities and skills taught are based on individual support needs. Applicants must be at least 19 years of age, and have a valid driver’s license, current first aid certification, and experience supporting people with developmental disabilities. Knowledge of a second language, including ASL, is an asset. Males are encouraged to apply. To apply, submit your resume to Marilyn Neufeld, Program Coordinator, at email@example.com or to 4750 – 57th Street, Delta, B.C. V4K 3C9.
40 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 ARE YOU A FAN OF THE PERFORMING ARTS? GENESIS THEATRE in Ladner produces a number of quality performing arts events each year that are close to home and affordable, showcasingadiverserangeofBritishColumbia- based performers. Coming this Fall: “MARION BRIDGE” A stage play starring Nicola Cavendish, Lynda Boyd and Beatrice Zeilinger. ThishumorousandtouchingstorybyDaniel MacIvor is directed by Roy Surette. When three estranged sisters return home to Cape Breton to care for their dying mother, old conflicts and secrets resurface. Each woman, in their own way, attempts to reconcile their loneliness and what they thought they wanted from life with what they thought their parents wanted for them. Nothing has turned out the way they’d imagined. Saturday, September 22, 7:30 PM, and Sunday, September 23, 2:30 PM TICKETS: $40. Purchase ON-LINE: connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = marion) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550. TERRI-LYNN WILLIAMS- DAVIDSON WITH BILL HENDERSON & CLAIRE LAWRENCE During this unique evening celebrating Canadian west coast music and culture, Terri-Lynn, Bill and Claire perform music from their acclaimed album, "Grizzly Bear Town". Terri-Lynn Williams-Davidson is a Haida musician, artist, and lawyer, and has dedicated herself to the continuation of Haida culture. Bill Henderson and Claire Lawrence are prominent musicians, best known for their work in Chilliwack and other notable projects.
Friday, November 16, 7:30 PM TICKETS: $30. Purchase ON-LINE: connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = williams) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550. DELTA MUSIC MAKERS – CONCERT BAND The Delta Music Makers concert band course is composed of enthusiastic adult amateur musicians of all ages. Besides the scheduled rehearsals, the band will perform several concerts per year, mostly on Sunday afternoons and Tuesday evenings. At this time, we especially need a drummer and could use more clarinets. Former high schoolbandexperienceorequivalentonany instrument is required. Before registering, prospective students must get approval from Curt Jantzen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Delta Secondary (Ladner) Curt Jantzen and Margaret Behenna ART059 Tuesday, 7:30 9:30 pm 14 sessions Starts September 11 Fee: $112* BRASS, WIND AND WIRE: INTERMEDIATE ADULT RECREATIONAL CONCERT BAND Regular attendance and home practice are required. The musicians will be encouraged to participate in approximately six concerts around Metro Vancouver each year to share their joy of performing with community audiences. During the course, students may be asked to purchase a supplementary band compilation book to complement their Essential Elements method book. Delta Secondary (Ladner) Brenda Khoo ART060 Wednesday, 7:30 – 9:30 pm 14 sessions Starts September 12 Fee: $98* GEM ART: CREATING THE LOOK OF GEMS WITH PENCIL CRAYONS “Gem Art” is an easy technique that uses ordinary pencil crayons to make designs that look like real gems! Practice this skill in class and learn how to enhance the edges with zentangle designs. All supplies for the workshop are provided.
Delta Community College (North Delta) Ruth Sands ART062 Wednesday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session November 7 Fee: $20 Arts, Crafts & Hobbies Genesis Theatre presents… TERRI-LYNN WILLIAMS-DAVIDSON WITH BILL HENDERSON & CLAIRE LAWRENCE Friday, November 16, 7:30 PM A unique evening celebrating Canadian west coast music and culture. TICKETS: $30. Purchase ON-LINE: https://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca (Search for word = williams) or by PHONE – 604-940-5550.
41 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Arts, Crafts & Hobbies DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY - INTRODUCTION Find out how to make effective use of your camera and learn those little techniques photographers use to get the most from their equipment. This course is designed for adults who are interested in photography, have their own digital camera, and dislike reading manuals. The course will attempt to demonstrate how the auto mode on your camera may be robbing you of the opportunities you possess to control the camera and make the perfect portrait, landscape,orstilllifethewayyouenvisioned before you trip the shutter. Please bring your digital camera to class. No class on February 11.
Delta Manor Education Centre Rick Pelletier ART070 Saturdays, 9:00 am – 12:00 noon 4 sessions Starts October 27 Fee: $80* DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY - INTERMEDIATE This course is designed for adults who are interested in photography, have their own digital SLR, and wish to pursue subtleties that make good photos great. Become aware of organizational decisions and devices professionals use to get the most from photographic situations. This course includes basic digital photo theory, hands- on practice, and individual attention to your personal concerns. You will make decisions about your pictures and see the results using Photoshop to work flow your images to the final print. Bring your digital SLR camera to the first class.
Delta Secondary (Ladner) Rick Pelletier ART071 Thursday, 7:00 – 9:00 pm 8 sessions Starts October 18 Fee: $110* AROMATHERAPY – THE ESSENTIALS Aromatic essences derived from portions of the plants: discover this alternative form of healing! Learn the top ten essential oils, their therapeutic properties, and how to safely and effectively use them every day. Discuss creating your own essential oil medicine cabinet. In class, create blends for lymphatic drainage, scarring, acne, and other ailments. Create a personal synergy (blend), a roll-on, massage oil, a solid scent perfume, and a perfume spray. All supplies included in course fee.
Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Cheryl Theilade ART068 Wednesday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session November 21 Fee: $45* (includes all supplies) SOAP MAKING WITH BEER AND WINE Beer and red wine are great skin conditioners! From pre-blended vegan bases, learn the basics of creating soap using alcohol. Previousknowledgeofcoldprocess soap making is not necessary. Using a stout beer, create a cedarwood and lemon bar and, using a merlot red wine, create a citrus twist bar. Explore different ingredients, methods, and techniques that you can use to create exciting soaps. Learn about trouble-shooting, history, and packaging/ decorating your soaps! Also receive a finished soap bar. Please bring hand towel to class. Come to class scent free and bring an apron (or wear appropriate clothing). All supplies included in course fee.
Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Cheryl Theilade ART069 Wednesday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session October 24 Fee: $45* (includes all supplies) FOODSAFE CERTIFICATE Reduce the risk of food-borne illness and worker injury. See page 26
42 REGISTER: 604-940-5550 Arts, Crafts & Hobbies ZEN-DRAW--A MINDFUL APPROACH TO DRAWING AND ART “Zen-Draw” is an easy drawing technique that will engage the mind to stimulate ideas and create feelings of serenity and well- being. In this workshop, the instructor will guide you through some simple methods for creating highly intricate and pleasing pictures. These techniques can be used to create wall hangings, greeting cards, placemats, coasters, and many other items useful and decorative for the home. Come and learn the art of “Zen-Draw”--use it to claim a little time for yourself and to create beautiful works of art.
Delta Community College (North Delta) Ruth Sands ART061 Wednesday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session October 24 Fee: $20 Vegetarian Cooking Series In these classes, you will learn to cook with a variety of protein-rich sources such as lentils, beans, tofu, cottage cheese, and eggs to make a variety of healthy and tasty. You will be pleasantly surprised by the new tastes and textures of these dishes and the versatility of theseingredients. Thesecourseswillintroduce you to many delicious and satisfying meat alternatives, with no worries about protein, iron, or vitamin deficiencies. Egg, dairy and cheese may be used - but substitutions will be discussed for Vegans. The instructor has been a partial vegetarian for over 35 years and a cooking instructor for more than 20 years. Learn more at: www.jinisgourmet.com MIDDLE EASTERN COOKING (VEGETARIAN) Middle Eastern recipes are dominated by spiceblends,in-seasonvegetablesandfruits, grains, olives and olive oil, nuts, herbs, and pickled and preserved foods. Learn some of the popular recipes in this cuisine. Course fee includes food supplies. Class size is limited so please register early. Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Jini Aroon ART065 Monday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session October 22 Fee: $50* (includes food supplies) INDIAN COOKING (VEGETARIAN) Bring the popular cuisine of India to your homebyrecreatingsomeclassicalfavourites like veggie samosas, butter chicken, aloo- gobi(cauliflower),anddhals(lentilorbean) dishes. You will learn about the different spices (masalas) used in Indian cooking and how to make them at home. Course fee includes food supplies. Class size is limited so please register early.
Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Jini Aroon ART063 Monday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session September 24 Fee: $50* (includes food supplies) THAI COOKING (VEGETARIAN) The irresistible aromatic flavours of lemon grass, lime leaves, and Thai basil combine beautifully with fresh vegetables, tofu, and coconut milk and rice to make satisfying curries and Pad Thai and salads. You will also learn the art of making delightful Thai salad rolls with a zesty peanut sauce to top it all! Course fee includes food supplies. Class size is limited so please register early. Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Jini Aroon ART064 Monday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session October 15 Fee: $50* (includes food supplies) MEDITERRANEAN COOKING (VEGETARIAN) You will never miss the meat in this class with the taste of Mediterranean foods from Italy and Greece like pasta or lasagne, soups, grilled vegetables, and hearty salads. Also learn to make quick home-made pizza that the whole family will love! Course fee includes food supplies. Class size is limited so please register early.
Delta Secondary (Ladner), Room 1634 Jini Aroon ART066 Monday, 6:30 – 9:30 pm 1 session October 29 Fee: $50* TOO MUCH STUFF? A GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL DOWNSIZING Downsize and de-clutter your home now! Saturday, November 3, 12:30 – 3:00 pm See page 37
43 REGISTER: http://connect37.deltasd.bc.ca Graduations OUR CONGRATULATIONS to the recent adult graduates of Delta Continuing Education programs! ACADEMIC PROGRAMS This year’s adult graduation ceremony highlighted the students who achieved completion of their high school diplomas, and distributed awards for Citizenship and Academic Achievement for students of LINC, Adult Foundations, and Grades 11 and 12. Kyle Baker was presented the Significant Achievement Award, Barinder Thiara and Sami Muster each received an Award of Merit, while Hara Beshia, Claire Chen, Sanjana Manchada, and Rajwati Singh received the Yvonne Chard Adult Basic Education awards.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION The 2018 graduates of the ECE Program were addressed by student representatives, Mahwish Nadeem and Reshmi Lal. Through classroom and practicum training, the E.C.E. Basic Certificate program prepares students to work with young children in licensed child care settings. Additional Post-Basic studies and practicums lead to specializations in Special Needs or Infant/Toddler care. DELTA TEACHING ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE 60 graduates of the Delta Teaching Assistant Certificate program celebrated the completion of their classroom instruction and practicum experience preparing them to work as education assistants, where they will support K-12 students with special physical, behavioural, or learning needs. The graduates were addressed by cohort representatives, Chantel Grabi and Jennifer Walters.
Our best wishes to this year’s graduates!
44 www.deltasd.bc.ca Farm Roots / French Immersion FRENCH IMMERSION PROGRAMS There are two French Immersion Programs offered in Delta: EARLY French Immersion Program (Kindergarten to Grade 12) and LATE French Immersion Program (Grade 6 to Grade 12). Upon completion of the French Immersion Program, students who fulfill the BC Ministry of Education’s other graduation requirements, will receive a DOUBLE DOGWOOD, which means that they will graduate with two diplomas. EARLY French Immersion Programs are offered at: • South Park • Ladner • Richardson • Devon Gardens • Sunshine Hills LATE French Immersion Programs are offered at: • Cliff Drive • Chalmers Secondary Programs: At the secondary school level, two schools offer French Immersion: • South Delta • Burnsview MORE INFORMATION: https://www.deltasd.bc.ca/programs/ french-immersion/ FARM ROOTS A Ground Breaking Mini School FARMROOTSCOURSES: Science,Socials,Marketing,Entrepreneurship&more! Grades10,11&12 LEARN MORE: deltalearns.ca/farmroots FARM ROOTS A Ground Breaking Mini School Everwishyoucould domorelEARning OUTSidE? Want to run a business as a school assignment? InterestedinSuStaInabIlIty? Theenvironment?
Want to raise BEES? Wanttoget unIvErSIty crEdIt whileinhighschool? FarmRootsisregularhighschooldonedifferent. Genesis Theatre presents…. “MARION BRIDGE” A stage play starring Nicola Cavendish, Lynda Boyd and Beatrice Zeilinger. Saturday, September 22, 7:30 PM, and Sunday, September 23, 2:30 PM TICKETS: $40
45 www.deltasd.bc.ca Career & Apprenticeship Programs CAREER PROGRAMS DELTA SD37 • Auto Service Tech • Professional Cook • Carpentry BCIT • Construction Electrician (NDS Satellite Campus) • Motorcycle Mechanic • Metal Fabrication KPU • CTC CADD • Millwright • Plumbing • Welding VCC • Auto Refinishing Prep • Baking & Pastry Arts FTI • Commercial Painter For Career Program information visit us at www.deltasd.bc.ca, or contact your student’s school Career staff. If additional information is required, contact District Career Programs at 604-952-5071. Career development is one of the three key goals of education in British Columbia. Delta School District has a variety of programs and initiatives to help students connect or explore their passions in life to a career and further education or training. This provides the opportunity to refine their career goals and also start a career up to 3 years early. Students and parents are connected to Career Programs through Career Education K-12 curriculum, Co- op and Work Experience Teachers, Career & Post-Secondary Advisors, Career Facilitators, and Counselors. Please visit www.deltasd.bc.ca under Career Programs for application packages, brochures, further info, and the latest offerings. See your school’s Career teacher and for Trades programs also see the itabc.ca website under Youth Programs.
WORK EXPERIENCE 12 (Career Preparation Program): This elective program allows Grade 11 and 12 students to develop their employability skills and are placed with local employers in usually unpaid positions that align with their interests, passions, and future career goals. Registration is required. Four focus courses are selected as well. The community becomes the classroom where students gain experience in the workplace and are able to embrace or revise their career goals. Students receive feedback from employers about their employability and technical skills related to specific occupations. There are also career specific Work Experience or Co-op programs at some schools. CTC CADD - Career Technical Centre allows students to apply for the CADD (Computer Drafting & Design) courses at Kwantlen Polytechnic University part-time in the evenings for dual-credit. This is the first part of a CADD Diploma which can continue in Architecture or Mechanical. The district will cover the tuition for accepted students for the first two courses, with the student responsible for the course tuition in the summer as well as books and transportation.
Youth TRAIN in Trades (was ACE IT) is the opportunity to apply for the technical training of an adult level industry apprenticeship path. It is the first year of the 20% classroom /shop component of becoming a journeyperson (work based training on the job is the other 80%). While most suitable for grade 12’s, grade 11’s and Grad’s to age 19 may apply. Students can earn credits for ‘level one’ of technical training, secondary graduation, and even Post-Secondary credits. That means they will have a significant head start - as well as gaining practical and in-demand skills. ‘Train in Trades’ programs are offered as partnerships between school districts and training providers, as well as our own Designated Trainer facilities. The District generally pays for the tuition costs with studentsbeingresponsibleforallothercosts such as PPE, textbooks, and transportation. Students must follow an application process (due before spring break) and have the needed essential skills to be considered for a District Youth Train in Trades program. Application does not guarantee acceptance as seats may be limited and competitive. Youth WORK in Trades (was SSA) Earn while you learn! Youth apprenticeships allow students age 15 to 19 the opportunity to begin any of the 100+ apprenticeships up to 3 yrs early, earning hours towards their trade as well as graduation credits. It is the beginning of training on the job which is typically 80% of becoming a journeyperson (classroom/shop training is the other 20%). Students must be hired (paid) and working under the direction of a Journey Person and the employer must agree to sponsor them with the ITA. Up to four grade 11/12 courses and a $1000 award are possible. This is a great start or continuation to Train in Trades (ACE IT) technical training. a funding arrangement with the Ministry of Education and the Industry Training Authority, a BC Provincial Government Crown Agency
46 www.deltasd.bc.ca DELTA’S STRONGSTART CENTRES FREE DROP-IN, EARLY LEARNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AGED 0-5 AND THEIR CAREGIVERS. InNorthDeltafrom9:00am-12:00noon: •Chalmers Elementary, 11315 75th Avenue •Heath Elementary, 11364 72nd Avenue •Hellings Elementary, 11655 86th Avenue •Jarvis Elementary, 7670 118th Street •McCloskeyElementary,1153180thAvenue In North Delta from 1:00pm - 4:00pm: •Gibson Elementary, 11451 90th Avenue In Ladner from 9:00am - 12:00 noon: •Port Guichon Elementary, 4381 - 46A Street StrongStart Programs: • Are Free drop-in early learning programs for children from birth until they start Kindergarten • Are run by Early Childhood Educators • Support learning and growth in all areas of children’s development • Offer a nutritious snack to children daily StrongStart Programs: Parents / Caregivers: • attend with their child • participate and play with their child • observe their child interacting with other children and materials • discover new ways to support learning at home • meet other parents of young children For More Information Contact - JASON HODGINS, Coordinator, Early Learning at 604-952-5064 or call the School We gratefully acknowledge the financial contribution of the province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Education. INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME INFORMATION SEAQUAM SECONDARY In September 2011, Seaquam Secondary introduced the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme as an alternative to Advanced Placement courses in grades 11 and 12. The IB Diploma is a prestigious international pre-university qualification and is recognized by universities and governments throughout the world. All IB Diploma students take six subjects across the disciplines in a manner that assures both breadth and depth of study. The deliberate combination of breadth and depth in both academic and personal areas equips students with the skills and attitudes they require for higher education or employment, and engender international understanding and responsible citizenship. FormoreinformationabouttheSeaquam Secondary School IB programme: - Contact: Dhana Matthews, IB Coordinator, Seaquam Secondary, 604-591-6166 ext. 6208, dmatthews@ deltasd.bc.ca Delta School District Delta’s StrongStart Centres Free drop-in, early learning programs for children aged 0-5 and their caregivers. For More Information Contact - JASON HODGINS, Coordinator, Early Learning at 604-952-5064 or web.deltasd.bc.ca
47 www.deltasd.bc.ca Delta School District HOMESTAY HOST FAMILY OPPORTUNITIES The Delta School District International Student Program is seeking families in the Ladner, North Delta, and Tsawwassen areas who are interested in providing homestays for its international students. The District offers students from Asia, Europe, Mexico and South America the opportunity to study in its schools for periods of one month up to a full year. Students range from grades 5 to 12. Visiting teachers occasionally arrive for monthly study programs as well.
Delta residents interested in this opportunity must be committed to providing a safe, emotionally supportive environment for the student and be willing to take an active part in assisting the student to integrate into the community and school life. Host families will provide a private bedroom, all bedding and linens, three meals each day, a study table and lamp, and make arrangements for transportation to and from school, if required. Most students will also require computer access. Families must complete an application package and undergo a screening and interview process. Students are placed with families who best match the students’ own interests and who will best meet their needs. Completion of a criminal records search is required. For more information about Homestay opportunities, please visit our website, www.GoDelta.ca, or contact our homestay program coordinators: North Delta area: TANIA HOPE: thope@GoDelta.ca, 604-952-5396 South Delta area: GILLIAN PATRICK: gpatrick@GoDelta.ca, 604-952-5385 SETTLEMENT WORKERS IN SCHOOLS (DELTASWIS) The Delta Settlement Workers in Schools (DeltaSWIS) program is a cost-free Delta School District service that supports newcomers as they settle and integrate into life in Canada. DeltaSWISprovidearangeofyouthandadult-focusedsettlementsupportservicesinclu ding: • Supporting newcomers in creating personal Action Plans to guide their settlement and integration into life in Canada • Providing information and orientation regarding services, programs and resources both within the School District and the broader community • Connecting newcomer families to government and community services and resources Who qualifies for SWIS services?
Newcomer students and families in the Delta School District including: • students and families in our pre-school StrongStart programs, • school-age students from Kindergarten to grade 12 • adult students Eligible clients include: • Permanent Residents • Protected Persons • Convention refugees • Live in Caregivers For more information or to access SWIS services please see below: Website: www.deltalearns.ca/SWIS Email: SWIS@deltasd.bc.ca Telephone: 604-952-5323 Visit DELTA SCHOOL DISTRICT’s website at www.deltasd.bc.ca For information about: • The Delta Board of Education • Schools • Programs • School District News • Employment
We can help you if you need to: F Complete an Adult Graduation Diploma. F Earn more credits towards your regular graduation program. F Improve your grade in a course. F Complete a pre-requisite course for a post-secondary program. F Choices suit your learning needs: teacher-led, self-paced, or on-line DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 11590 - 83rd Avenue, North Delta * LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION FOR NEWCOMERS TO CANADA (LINC) * ADULT FOUNDATIONS (English, Math, and Computers) * HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION (Both Adult and Regular Graduation Diploma Programs) Are You Next To Graduate?
To all of Delta’s 2018 ADULT GRADUATES! Congratulations For more information about academic upgrading courses or about completing your diploma: See Page 5 in this catalogue
HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION IN CLASS TEACHER INSTRUCTED COURSES DELTA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Term 1 September 18, 2018 – January 17, 2019 Courses Delta Community College T/Th 9:00am ‐ 12:00pm T/Th 6:30 ‐ 9:30pm English 11 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Sept 18 – Jan 8 English 12 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17 Communications 12 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17 Applied Digital Communications 11 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Sept 18 – Jan 8 Applied Digital Communications 12 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17 Sept 18 ‐ Jan 17