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Learning Pathways (LPAT)

LPAT 100 Learning Pathways
1 Credit

This 15 hour course is designed to introduce students to strategies and concepts to successfully complete a college program of studies. The course is designed to complement other courses within college program content.

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LPAT 101 Student Newspaper Publishing and Management
2 Credits

Preparing students for the workforce is a fundamental goal post secondary education today. In this 30-hour, porfolio- building course. Students apply and build on their academic knowledge and personal skills by managing and publishing the student magazine under the guidance of a college advisor. Students from various campus locations work as a team to create the final product, meeting once a week for strategic planning sessions that utilize a consensual decision making process. A practical, skills-oriented approach is employed that helps students to develop analytical, organizational and communication skills (AKA: generic employability skills).

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LPAT 102 Guiding Cirles: Career Paths
1 Credit

Guiding Circles: Choosing Career Paths utilizes an Aboriginal holistic approach to exploring career pathways. It contains various activities relating to self-assessment, career exploration, and educational planning. Labour market research will be conducted to explore wise career paths along with other strategies that assist the students in examining their gifts and how they relate to new possiblities.

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LPAT 103 Learning Pathways: Human Resources
1 Credit

This is a fifteen hour course designed to introduce students to basic human relations concepts, skills, and strategies. The course is designed to complement other courses within college program content. The course will also explore First Nations ways of social interaction and relationship problem solving, and compare them to 'western' ways in order to make informed decisions about how to best problem solve socially difficult situations. All the learning outcomes will incorporate First Nations Culture where it is appropriate and relevant.

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LPAT 104 Managing Your Money
1 Credit

Managing Your Money is a one (1) credit course for students covering budgeting, banking, saving, and frugal spending. The course will include information on how to shop for low-cost, nutitional groceries and prepare nutritional meals. Students will identify and access resources for living and going to school. The course will include a section on First Nations cultural traditions around food trading, preparing First Nations traditional foods, and a comparison of going urban and 'living in the village'.

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LPAT 105 Rising Stars
1 Credit

Rising Stars, network to a better life! The Rising Stars program pairs students up with community leaders for a 5 month period to provide the student with a profoundly rewarding personal growth opportunity. The 'Rising Star' will learn appropriate etiquette and presentation skills in a professional setting, and will be provided with networking opportunities that can, and often do, result in students discovering a fulfilling career. The Rising Stars students will become honorary members of the local Chamber of Commerce and will participate in events sponsored and organized by the mentors and the Chamber.

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LPAT 106 Driver Success
1 Credit

This 15-hour course is designed to introduce developmental/low literacy level student to basic driving concepts and student skills to prepare learners to write the BC Driver knowledge exam. Course material is designed for learners that require more support and time to master concepts.

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LPAT 107 Learning Pathways - RSP
1 Credit

This course is designed to assist adults with learning difficulties in taking the necessary preparatory steps to enter the full-time Retail Service program. The course enables students to make informed decisions about entering the program and assists students to become prepared to achieve success in the program. This is a required course taken by students prior to entrance into other Retail Service courses.

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