Watson Lake Yukon College

UPCOMING ONLINE YUKON COLLEGE AYAMDIGUT CAMPUS COURSES
COLLEGE PREP SCHEDULE
January 3 2017- April 7, 2017
Courses available by distance (online) from the main campus
BIOL 060 Introduction to Biology II                                       Tues & Thursday 1:00-2:30
CHEM 060 Introduction to Chemistry II                                Tuesday & Thursday 10:30-12:00
ENGL 030 Comm. Through Reading and Writing                Mon, Tues, Wed, & Thursday 10:30- 12:00
ENGL 050 College Writing Skills                                             Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs 10:30 -12:00
ENGL 060 Introduction to Literature                                    Tues & Thursday 2:30- 4:30, Wed 1:00-3:00
HIST 050 History of Yukon First Nations                              Thurs 4:30-7:30
MATH 030 Basic Mathematics & Introductory Algebra     Mon- Fri 8:30-10:00
Mon, Wed, & Fri 1:00- 2:30
MATH 050 Intermediate Algebra                                          Mon- Fri 8:30- 10:00
MATH 060 Advanced Algebra                                                Mon- Fri 8:30-10:00
PHYS 060 Introductory Physics                                             Mon 12:00-1:00, Tues & Thurs 2:30- 4:00
Note : Check for current accurate info before your first class. The above information is subject to change.
Classes start January 3rd, 2017
Register by calling (867) 668-8850 (Academic Skills & Development) to make appointment with a Program Advisor or contact the Watson Lake Campus for assistance 536-8800.
Registration: Nov 28/2016 to January 13/ 2017
Tuition for above classes is $219.
Mandatory technology fee $100 for full time students and $25 for part-time students.
Student union fee for full time students $30.00 and part time students $10.00. Textbooks costs are additional.

COMING THIS WINTER…………….
FNGA 100: Introduction to First Nations Governance & Public Administration
Instructor: Lianne Charlie
Mondays & Wednesdays
10:30am to 12:00pm
CRN:20328

FNGA 108: Human Resource Management
Instructor: Marilyn Jensen
Alternating Fridays
9:00am to 4:00pm
CRN:20245
First Nation Governance and Admin Program
yukoncollege.yk.ca/fngpa
Questions?
Michael Kulachkosky
mkulachkosky@yukoncollege.yk.ca
t.867.456.8647

General Information

For information on up-coming courses- times, dates, costs and to register for courses please contact the campus at 1-867-536-8800

 

Yukon College Funds
Watson Lake Student Assistance Endowment Fund: $450
Application Deadline: June 24 and November 25th of each year
Background: The fund is a joint creation of the Watson Lake Community Campus Committee of Yukon College and the Watson Lake Training Advisory Board. This fund was created to supplement graduates, college level or mature students in the catchment area of Watson Lake, including Lower Post, Upper Liard and Two Mile who require assistance in continuing their education at either Yukon College or a recognized university or college or training centre.
Eligibility criteria:

  • Selection is based on need or merit, references and previous performance and suitability of goals.
  • You must have lived in the catchment area for at least 6 months.
  • Preference will be given to a student attending Yukon College.
  • Apply to: Danielle Hauser, Coordinator of the Watson Lake Campus.
  • Application Deadline: June 24 and November 25th of each year.

 

Yukon College Internal & External Awards
To find awards, grants & bursaries that may benefit or assist you with your post secondary education please visit the Yukon College Awards .

If you are a new or returning student to a College or University outside of the Yukon please ALSO be sure to check with the student union office at the school in which you are attending for grants, awards & bursaries offered through their institution. Discuss & research those which you may be eligible for.

 

Please contact the Watson Lake Yukon College Campus to register for ANY courses, and/or to confirm dates & costs associated with events.

Some course dates & times may be subject to change.

Please contact 536-8800 for more information and confirmation. Thank you

 


Upcoming Courses

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College Prep Online Courses- Registration Deadline 9:00 am
College Prep Online Courses- Registration Deadline @ Watson Lake Yukon College Campus
Nov 28 2016 @ 9:00 am – Jan 3 2017 @ 4:35 am
UPCOMING ONLINE YUKON COLLEGE AYAMDIGUT CAMPUS COURSES COLLEGE PREP SCHEDULE January 3 2017- April 7, 2017 Courses available by distance (online) from the main campus BIOL 060 Introduction to Biology II Tues & Thursday 1:00-2:30 CHEM 060 Introduction to Chemistry II Tuesday & Thursday 10:30-12:00 ENGL 030 Comm. Through Reading and Writing Mon, Tues, Wed,[...]
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Fall Protection 8:30 am
Fall Protection
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Fall Protection Jan 16th 8:30am—4:30pm Cost $175 + GST
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Confined Space Awareness 8:30 am
Confined Space Awareness
Jan 17 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Confined Space Awareness Jan 17th 8:30am—4:30pm Cost $175 + GST
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Powder Actuated Tools 8:30 am
Powder Actuated Tools
Jan 18 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Powder Actuated Tools Jan 18th 8:30am—4:30pm Cost $175 + GST
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Rigging and Hoisting 8:30 am
Rigging and Hoisting
Jan 19 @ 8:30 am – Jan 21 @ 4:30 pm
Rigging and Hoisting Jan 19th to 21st 8:30am—4:30pm Cost $350 + GST
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H2S Alive 8:30 am
H2S Alive
Jan 22 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
H2S Alive Jan 22nd 8:30am—4:30pm Cost $175 + GST
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Welding 9:00 am
Welding
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am – Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm
Welding (Oxyacetylene & Shielded Metal Arc) This 60-hour hands-on course provides the theory and skills necessary to safely operate and maintain oxyacetylene cutting equipment and shielded metal arc welding equipment. Oxyacetylene topics include: safety practices, equipment operation, metal fusion theory, cutting and brazing. Electric arc welding topics include: welding machines, materials, welding positions and machine[...]
WHMIS 8:30 am
WHMIS
Jan 23 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
WHMIS Jan 23rd 8:30am—12:00pm Cost $79 + GST
TDG 1:00 pm
TDG
Jan 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
TDG Jan 23rd 1:00pm– 4:30pm Cost $79 + GST
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Mental Health First Aid for Northern People 8:30 am
Mental Health First Aid for Northern People @ Watson Lake Campus
Jan 24 @ 8:30 am – Jan 26 @ 4:30 pm
Mental Health First Aid for Northern People   The 3 day Mental Health First Aid Canada for Northern People course is guided by a number of important principles including respect, cooperation, community, harmony, generosity, and resourcefulness. This northern version of the basic course integrates material that reflects the experiences of Aboriginal peoples-First Nation, Inuit, and[...]
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19
Thu
Rigging and Hoisting
Jan 19 @ 8:30 am – Jan 21 @ 4:30 pm

Rigging and Hoisting
Jan 19th to 21st 8:30am—4:30pm
Cost $350 + GST

Jan
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H2S Alive
Jan 22 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

H2S Alive
Jan 22nd 8:30am—4:30pm
Cost $175 + GST

Jan
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WHMIS
Jan 23 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

WHMIS
Jan 23rd 8:30am—12:00pm
Cost $79 + GST

Welding
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am – Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm

Welding
(Oxyacetylene & Shielded Metal Arc)
This 60-hour hands-on course provides the theory and skills necessary to safely operate and maintain oxyacetylene cutting equipment and shielded metal arc welding equipment. Oxyacetylene topics include: safety practices, equipment operation, metal fusion theory, cutting and brazing. Electric arc welding topics include: welding machines, materials, welding positions and machine settings. Students will also get tickets in safety courses: WHMIS, TDG, Fall Protection, and Rigging and Hoisting., which will be offered in March 20th—24th.

 

1st offering will be:
January 23rd—February 3rd 9:00am—4:00pm
Cost $425.00 plus GST
Maximum of 6 students

 

2nd offering will be:
February 6th—February 17th 9:00am—4:00pm
Cost $425.00 plus GST
Maximum of 6 students per course.
Steel-toed boots required.

TDG
Jan 23 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

TDG
Jan 23rd 1:00pm– 4:30pm
Cost $79 + GST

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Mental Health First Aid for Northern People @ Watson Lake Campus
Jan 24 @ 8:30 am – Jan 26 @ 4:30 pm

Mental Health First Aid for Northern People

 

The 3 day Mental Health First Aid Canada for Northern People course is guided by a number of important principles including respect, cooperation, community, harmony, generosity, and resourcefulness. This northern version of the basic course integrates material that reflects the experiences of Aboriginal peoples-First Nation, Inuit, and Metis- as these peoples make up a large segment of the northern population. In addition, this course addresses the importance of holism and balance. The whole person- mental, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual- must be considered when providing mental health first aid.

 

The Mental Health First Aid for Northern Peoples course outline consist of the following:

  • What is Mental Health? What are Mental Health Problems and Mental Disorders?
  • What is Mental Health First Aid?
  • Why Mental Health First Aid?

 

Mental Health First Aid for:

  • Substance Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Deliberate Self-Injury
  • Psychotic Disorders

 

January 24th-26th 2017 , 8:30am- 4:30pm

Watson Lake Campus Cost $180.00

Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

 

This course is being offered through partnership with Mental Health Services in Whitehorse.

 

Minimum 8 students- maximum 18 students

Call 536-8800 for more information. Please stop by the campus to register

 

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Welding
Feb 6 @ 9:00 am – Feb 17 @ 4:00 pm

Welding
(Oxyacetylene & Shielded Metal Arc)
This 60-hour hands-on course provides the theory and skills necessary to safely operate and maintain oxyacetylene cutting equipment and shielded metal arc welding equipment. Oxyacetylene topics include: safety practices, equipment operation, metal fusion theory, cutting and brazing. Electric arc welding topics include: welding machines, materials, welding positions and machine settings. Students will also get tickets in safety courses: WHMIS, TDG, Fall Protection, and Rigging and Hoisting., which will be offered in March 20th—24th.

 

1st offering will be:
January 23rd—February 3rd 9:00am—4:00pm
Cost $425.00 plus GST
Maximum of 6 students

 

2nd offering will be:
February 6th—February 17th 9:00am—4:00pm
Cost $425.00 plus GST
Maximum of 6 students per course.
Steel-toed boots required.