Sheridan is closed on January 17, 2022 due to severe weather conditions. All on-campus classes are cancelled and facilities are closed. Virtual classes, online meetings and online activities will continue as scheduled.

Dual Credit Programs

  • Program School Code College Code Start Date End Date Day Time
    Halton Electrical (HCDSB only)
    Residential Prints & Standards TBO4T TECH10065 Sep 07 Dec 19 Fri 12 p.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Industrial Electronic Devices 1 TES4T ENGI17900 Sep 07 Dec 19 Fri 8:30 a.m.–
    11:30 a.m.
    Technology
    Operating Systems IBK4T SYST19866 Sep 27 Dec 19 Thu 2 p.m.–
    5:30 p.m.
    Exploring the Trades
    Introduction to Industrial Trades TRQ4T MACH17370 Sep 27 Dec 19 Wed 2 p.m.–
    5:30 p.m.
    Electrical A
    Residential Prints & Standards TBO4T TECH10065 Sep 27 Dec 19 Tue

    Thu
    2 p.m.–
    4:30 p.m.
    2 p.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Electrical Trade Safety TNL4T ENGI19599 Sep 27 Dec 19 Wed 2 p.m.–
    5:30 p.m.
    Early Childhood Education
    Interpersonal Communication & Early Childhood Educator HDC4T COMM16117 Sep 27 Dec 19 Tue 2 p.m.–
    5 p.m.
    Public Safety
    Police Career Preparation GCB4T JUST15892 Sep 27 Dec 19 Wed 9 a.m.–
    12 p.m.
    Youth In Conflict With The Law HCI4T JUST22128 Sep 27 Dec 19 Wed 1 p.m.–
    4 p.m.
    School Within A College (SWAC) (DPCDSB only)
    Profiles In Crime PPB4T SOCI10264G Sep 27 Dec 19 Wed 10 a.m.–
    1:30 p.m.
    Creative Thinking HIH4T HUMN14857G Sep 27 Dec 19 Thu 9 a.m.–
    12:30 p.m.
    Animal Care
    Animal Anatomy & Physiology PHW4T ANAT14717 Sep 27 Dec 19 Tue 10 a.m.–
    1 p.m.
    Domestic Animal Science TYA4T SCIE13636 Sep 27 Dec 19 Tue 2 p.m.–
    5 p.m.
    Business
    Marketing 1 BMM4T MKTG19439 Sep 27 Dec 19 Tue 1 p.m.–
    4:30 p.m.
  • Online Delivery

    Program School Code College Code Start Date End Date Day Time
    Halton Electrical (HCDSB only)
    Residential Prints & Standards TBO4T TECH10065 Feb 04 May 27 Fri 8 a.m.–
    11 a.m.
    Industrial Electronic Devices 1 TES4T ENGI17900 Feb 04 May 27 Fri 12 p.m.–
    3 p.m.
    Electrical
    Electrical Trade Safety TNL4T ENGI19599 Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 1 p.m.–
    3 p.m.
    Introduction to Renewable Energy THP4T ENGI10016 Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 9 a.m.–
    12 p.m.
    Public Safety
    Police Career Preparation GCB4T JUST15892 Feb 22 Jun 05 Tue 1 p.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Business
    Business Communication BCA4T COMM12423 Feb 22 Jun 05 Wed 1 p.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Adult Dual Credit (Age 21+) HCDSB Evening
    The Science of Popular Diets: Impact of Nutrition on Human Wellness NEW PPN4T NUTR14310G Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 6:30 p.m.–
    9:30 p.m.
    Adult Dual Credit (Age 21+) Multi board Evening
    Business Communication BCA4T COMM12423 Feb 22 Jun 05 Tue 6:30 p.m.–
    9:30 p.m.
    General Education Humanities
    Psychology Core Concepts NEW HBB4T PSYC15065G Feb 22 Jun 05 Wed 9 a.m.–
    12 p.m.
    Introduction to Sociology NEW HSH4T SOCI16039G Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 1 p.m.–
    4 p.m.

    On Campus Delivery

    Program School Code College Code Start Date End Date Day Time
    Construction A
    Introduction to Construction Trades TEM4T MACH16367 Feb 22 Jun 05 Tue 9 a.m.–
    3 p.m.
    Electrical
    Residential Prints & Standards TBO4T TECH10065 Feb 22 Jun 05 Wed 9 a.m.–
    1 p.m.
    Residential Installations TNJ4T ELEY10146 Feb 22 Jun 05 Tue 9 a.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Precision Machining/Welding
    Precision Machining 1A TZA4T ENGI11044 Feb 22 Jun 05 Fri 9 a.m.–
    4 p.m.
    Welding & Cutting Processes TLJ4T ENGI14579 Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 10 a.m.–
    3 p.m.
    School Within A College (SWAC) DPCDSB
    Perspectives on World Issues HSJ4T HUMN11713G Feb 22 Jun 05 Wed 10 a.m.–
    1 p.m.
    The Science of Popular Diets: Impact of Nutrition on Human Wellness NEW PPN4T NUTR14310G Feb 22 Jun 05 Thu 10 a.m.–
    1 p.m.
    School Within A College (SWAC) HDSB
    Profiles In Crime HCC4T SOCI10264G Feb 22 Jun 06 Mon 10 a.m.–
    1 p.m.

Course Descriptions:

Halton Electrical (HCDSB only)

Residential Prints & Standards

Students learn to interpret electrical codes, regulations and residential construction drawings. These skills and knowledge will enable the student to plan and layout the electrical installation of a residential building. Students learn to search for and find the required information to complete a material list necessary for the installation of a residential service and associated branch circuits.

Industrial Electronic Devices 1

Students learn the fundamentals of designing and creating electronic circuits. Students gain experience by being introduced to a variety of electronic components. Students gain hands-on experience by integrating their components into a variety of circuits. Students examine a variety of power supplies and electrical measuring tools to analyze their circuits.

Construction

Introduction to Construction Trades

Students learn a variety of working techniques applicable to the construction industry such as: carpentry, framing, dry walling, taping and finishing. Students are involved in the building of structures, the installation of wire items including lights, electrical receptacles and switches, etc. Students also experience the basic fundamentals of installing plumbing fixtures.

Electrical

Electrical Trade Safety

In this course students are taught how to stay safe in a potentially dangerous environment. Students learn about the common causes of workplace accidents, how to foresee and prevent them from happening. Personal and workplace safety including: Lifts, ladders, harnesses and explosive tools.

Residential Prints & Standards

Students learn to interpret electrical codes, regulations and residential construction drawings. These skills and knowledge will enable the student to plan and layout the electrical installation of a residential building. Students learn to search for and find the required information to complete a material list necessary for the installation of a residential service and associated branch circuits.

Residential Installations

Students develop the skills and knowledge required to plan, layout and safely execute the electrical installation of a typical home. Students interpret the symbols on schematic diagrams and electrical layout diagrams and match these to typical real-world devices. Students develop the skills required for safe and correct electrical connections. During construction projects, students plan, layout and build the electrical installation of a typical home safely and competently with basic building materials and tools common in residential construction.

Introduction to Renewable Energy

Students explore alternative energy sources with emphasis on solar photovoltaic (PV) and wind turbines as they relate to the electrical construction industry. Students examine the basic economic model that underlies the need for alternative sources of energy generation. A road map for future development of the smart grid is explored by students. Students follow lab instructions related to the design and installation of solar PV plants. Other topics explored by students include performance modelling, performance tracking and troubleshooting in solar and wind turbine operating and maintenance programs. Students explore the basics of the electrical grid and how it is morphing to reflect present day technical, social, economic, cultural, legal, and environmental concerns etc. Students also experience the fundamentals of installing plumbing fixtures.

Precision Machining/Welding

Precision Machining 1A

Students learn to use machine shop/tool room equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Machine tool operations on lathes and milling machines are practiced. Precision measuring and checking techniques are used throughout the course. Fitting and assembly projects are completed using hand tools and bench tools, pedestal grinders, drill presses and saws etc.

Welding & Cutting Processes

Students explore the principles and fundamental processes of oxy-fuel welding and cutting. Emphasis is placed on the safe setup and operation of oxy-fuel welding and cutting equipment. Students practice with oxy-fuel cutting/welding equipment in a lab setting. Students participate in demonstrations, lab-based activities, interactive lectures and discussions.

School Within A College (SWAC) DPCDSB

Perspectives on World Issues

Boundaries between local, national, and international issues have become increasingly blurred in the age of globalization. Issues such as trade inequities, environmental protection, climate change, the scarcity of resources, poverty and the rise of ‘tribalism’ and religious fundamentalism transcend national borders. How do we reconcile principles such as sustainable growth, human rights, and democracy with the demands of industry, global financial institutions, and the market system as a whole? This discussion-based course will provide you with an overview of the key issues that affect you, your community, Canada, and the world. You will have an opportunity to select the issues that interest you the most and learn more about them through your own research. This is a must course for those who really want to know what is going on in the world around them and how it can affect their lives.

The Science of Popular Diets

Students explore concepts of human nutrition as they relate to fad diets and cultural norms, while gaining an understanding of the impact nutrition has on wellness and disease. A range of popular and culturally-specific diets are critically examined and assessed based on current practice and scientific evidence. Using a variety of interactive learning tools, students investigate the links between the major nutrients and personal health. Further, comparison of individual diet and nutrition standards allows for a thorough understanding of connections between nutrition and health. Students use existing knowledge to evaluate the benefits and consequences of popular "fad" diets. Cultural diet norms and popular diet trends are explored with a focus on the overall impact on individual and population wellness. Finally, through scientific investigation of emerging literature, the impact of scientific change is appreciated.

School Within A College (SWAC) HDSB

Profiles in Crime

Students critically analyze the Canadian criminal justice system and the impact of crime on victims and our society. Students explore criminal typologies, the causes of crime and the changing definition of crime and criminals. Through in-class activities, presentations, group discussion, relevant readings and multi-media presentations, students gain a deeper awareness of current issues facing the criminal justice system including police discretion, the role of the criminal court system, the plight of victims of crime, and proposed solutions to crime.

Adult Dual Credit (Age 21+) HCDSB

The Science of Popular Diets

Students explore concepts of human nutrition as they relate to fad diets and cultural norms, while gaining an understanding of the impact nutrition has on wellness and disease. A range of popular and culturally-specific diets are critically examined and assessed based on current practice and scientific evidence. Using a variety of interactive learning tools, students investigate the links between the major nutrients and personal health. Further, comparison of individual diet and nutrition standards allows for a thorough understanding of connections between nutrition and health. Students use existing knowledge to evaluate the benefits and consequences of popular "fad" diets. Cultural diet norms and popular diet trends are explored with a focus on the overall impact on individual and population wellness. Finally, through scientific investigation of emerging literature, the impact of scientific change is appreciated.

Adult Dual Credit (Age 21+) Multi board

Business Communication

In this introductory course in business communication, students prepare for a variety of business writing and presentations encountered in the workplace. Students practise formal and informal business communication including letters, memos and business presentations and apply these formats to a variety of purposes and audiences. Students solve communication situations by analyzing their intended audience, determining their purpose, and then selecting and applying appropriate business communication strategies. Students practise skills necessary for communication success, both in college studies and their chosen career. Work in the hybrid version of the course may include the following: online discussion groups, review and submission of assignments online, online quizzes, contribution to blogs, and creation of online presentation material.

Public Safety

Police Career Preparation

Students examine the opportunities, duties, responsibilities and demands of a career in policing. They consider the competencies needed to succeed including selection requirements and processes. Students explore the development, structure, services and career opportunities provided by a wide range of police organizations. Students assess their interests, values and abilities to identify possible career paths. They investigate structured and extra-curricular learning opportunities to maximize their personal development. Students develop a personal learning plan to prepare for the highly structured and competitive police hiring processes.

General Education Humanities

Psychology Core Concepts

This is an introductory level course in psychology, the science of behaviour and mental processes. Basic concepts, theories and research findings are examined within the biological, behavioural, psychoanalytic, humanistic and cognitive perspectives. Core topics covered will include scientific methodologies, biological foundations of behaviour; learning and memory; language, thinking and intelligence; motivation, emotion and stress, and personality theories. Two optional topics (which vary with each instructor) will also be addressed during the course.

Introduction to Sociology

This course is designed to provide students with an introductory overview of the discipline of sociology. Topics include fostering a sociological imagination, sociological perspectives, analysis of culture, interaction in social groups and institutions, social inequality, gender, family, race and ethnicity. Through interactive lecture, videos, in-class activities, discussion, and small group work, students will develop their understanding of the social world in which they live.

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