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Thebacha Campus - Continuing Education Courses

Aurora College's Continuing Education courses provide Northerners with the opportunity to develop new skills or improve existing ones. Subjects are professional in orientation, such as Management Studies and Safety Training and Certification, while others are general interest programs.

If you are looking for information that is not listed here, please email Jessica Cox, Coordinator, Continuing Education, Thebacha Campus at jcox@auroracollege.nt.ca or call (867) 872-7507.

Click here for the Thebacha Campus Continuing Education Application Form.

 
 
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Start Date Time Course # Title Instructor

Feb 06, 2017 8:30 AM 002-528 Small Non-Pleasure Vessel Basic Safety Course - MED A3 Larry Penner
  A stand-alone course to provide basic safety training for crew members on fishing and small commercial vessels up to 150 Gross Tonnage engaged on Home Trade IV and Minor Waters voyages.
 
Feb 07, 2017 8:30 AM 002-246 Small Vessel Operator Profiency Certificate (SVOPC) Larry Penner
  A stand-alone course to address the particular need for some minimum standards of training for operators of small commercial vessels (other than tug or fishing) up to 5 Gross Tonnage operating not more than 25 miles offshore and fishing vessels up to 15 Gross Tonnage or 12m overall length operating not more than 25 miles offshore.
 
Feb 13, 2017 9:00 AM 002-899 Microsoft Word 2013 - Level 2 Heather Lyon, First Start Planning Ltd.
 

This two-day course will introduce the experienced MS Word user to some of the intermediate features of Word. Topics include using tables, working with illustrations, working with references, and using productivity tools.

 
Feb 15, 2017 9:00 AM 002-633 Microsoft Excel 2013 - Advanced Heather Lyon, First Start Planning Ltd.
 

In this three-day Microsoft® Excel Advanced class, students learn how to use a variety of intermediate and advanced features to merge workbooks, perform data analysis, and audit formulas in spreadsheets. Students also use summary functions, create PivotTables and PivotCharts, and work with macros.

 
 
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