Have you ever thought about your name rolling onto the screen in the credits at the end of a television program? In addition to the talent in front of the camera, that list often includes ENG camera operators, set designers, crane operators, production technicians, and editors – the folks behind the camera, in the studio, and in the control room.
Radio continues to evolve at a breakneck pace and there's ongoing demand for creative and passionate announcers, writers, and audio producers. This concentration focuses on advanced fundamental skills for those hoping to pursue careers on-air, in radio production, commercial creative writing, and programming management. It's composed of studies in advanced on-air techniques, digital audio production, and internal station operations as well as contemporary radio industry and technology developments.
Do you like talking to people? Are you curious about what is going on in the world and like the idea of telling people about events both near and far? Broadcast Journalism could be the area of specialization for you. With a focus on writing, reporting, and reading the news for both radio and television, you are active in the community – interviewing people, recording the sound and shooting the visuals, as well as writing and presenting the stories on the air. In your senior project you create a documentary about social issues and engage the community to develop real life stories.
Do you want to work in the fast-paced world of radio and television? Do you see yourself on the street, camera on your shoulder, capturing the latest event? On the air, introducing the latest hit, or preparing to interview one of the latest newsmakers? This program prepares you for a career both behind the equipment and in the public eye (or ear).
This program blends public relations theory with practical experience to meet the growing demand for public relations professionals. A public relations practitioner uses the power of communication to manage perception and affect measurable change. Because of the skills they possess, public relations (PR) professionals play key leadership roles within their organizations, and are valuable contributors to strategy development.
Do you feel comfortable with other people? Are you interested in the science of the human body and the art of caring for others? Do you think you would enjoy being part of a team of professionals dedicated to providing client-centred care? As a Licenced Practical Nurse (LPN) you have the ability to participate in promoting wellness and preventing illness with a diverse client population.
Trained plumbers are always in demand. Every home and building relies on a plumber to pipe fresh water in—and pipe waste water out. This is a good career for a hardworking person who likes to solve problems. You receive training in the installation and repair of water distribution and sanitary drainage systems as well as hot water heating systems. All tasks are taught according to plumbing code and recognized trade standards.
This program gives you a distinct advantage over the training offered in other pipe trades programs. In just 2 years, you learn the fundamental skills of 4 trade disciplines: gas fitting, steamfitting/pipefitting, sprinkler system installation, and plumbing. This exposure provides a high level of employability and is a tremendous opportunity to start working in any of these trades.
A photograph can capture the moment and record that moment for eternity. It can inform us about world events. It can entice us to buy cars or chocolate. It can capture a lifetime of experience in a single facial expression and pinpoint a specific time in history through fashion and style. Legendary photographers such as Annie Leibovitz, Eddie Adams, and Richard Avedon made a difference in our lives with their images sometimes stark, sometimes thought-provoking. In some cases they have changed the social thinking of the day.
Are you interested in working with medications in a healthcare profession? Does the field of pharmacy intrigue you? Can you see yourself working closely with the public and with other professionals as part of the healthcare team? If so, you will find pharmacy technology to be a stimulating and rewarding field in which to work and study.