Professional Practice

Identify legal authorities regulating trade practice. Outline legislative requirements to work within the trade. Identify industry standards. Interpret codes, regulations and legislation related to the trade. Develop organizational policies in support of a safe and respectful workplace. Determine ethical course of action.

Quality Concepts

Describe the difference between quality control and quality assurance. Outline current quality methodologies and systems within the trade. Describe common inspection and sampling techniques. Select and use appropriate measuring devices to ensure quality. Assist in the creation of a quality control plan or process.

Role of the Food Service Worker

This course provides the student with an understanding of the Food Service Worker’s role in a food service department, within a facility. Emphasis is placed on the responsibility, accountability, and importance of working with others as a member of the food services team. 

An overview of health care accreditation and the role of the food service worker will be studied.

Skin Care

This course teaches the fundamentals of identifying different skin types, performing skin analysis, and recognizing skin conditions and disorders.

Student will also be taught to recognize and treat skin issues through their choice of proper skincare products and appropriate machinery.

Spa Business Introduction

This course introduces business strategies for developing a successful spa business including marketing, promotions, advertising and  merchandising.  Successful sales techniques are taught, so students  gain confidence in product sales.

Students also explore effective strategies for builiding clientele, client retention and customer service.

Special Diets

This course discusses special diets in long-term care facilities and hospitals.

Students will learn the importance and use of special diets and enteral and supplemental products in disease management.

Stories and Myths

This course utilizes oral history and texts to examine the themes, narratives and characters as a way to foster and develop understanding of Ogwehoweh concepts, motivations and worldview.

Topics may include the Creation Story, origin stories of supernatural beings and culture heroes, and oral history.

This course will be conducted in the chosen program language (Mohawk/Cayuga).

Three hours; one term 

Teaching Cayuga

The Teaching Cayuga Additional Qualification Course (AQ) provides relevant, meaningful and practical experience for AQ candidates in reading, writing, reflection, dialogue, and expression in the Cayuga language.

Candidates complete the AQ with an independent study collaboratively designed with the instructor that involves interview, translation or transcription and final preparation of narrative written in accepted Cayuga diacritic and orthographic forms.

Teaching Mohawk

This Additional Qualification course provides relevant, meaningful and practical experience for AQ candidates in reading, writing, reflection, dialogue and expression in the Mohawk Indigenous language.

Candidates complete the AQ with an independent study collaboratively designed with the instructor that involves interview, translation or transcription and final preparation of narrative written in accepted Mohawk diacritic and orthographic forms.

Teaching Ojibwe

The Six Nations Polytechnic Teaching Ojibwe AQ is offered in partnership with Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute (KTEI) on Manitoulin Island.

This AQ course offers candidates an opportunity to increase proficiency in the Ojibwe language through face-to-face collaborative learning in an Intensive Mode Delivery (IMD) setting.

For more information, please see: http://www.ktei.net/

Requirements for Admission include one-session AQs from Schedule C - Certificate of Qualification and Registration

 

 

Trade Applications - Manufacturing Processes

Assess material properties in the selection of tools and equipment. Select tools, equipment and machinery to minimize financial and social impact of projects. Maintain regulatory and legislative requirements at all times. Assess worksite to ensure safety of self and others. Calibrate equipment and perform measurements to validate compliance equipment and processes within specifications. Utilize technology to streamline production and maintenance processes. Apply skills related to the selection, use, application and maintenance of machinery, tools and equipment.

Trade Skills - Manufacturing Processes

Apply fundamentals of physics and material sciences. Identify tools, equipment and machinery common to the trade. Discuss the use and application of trade tools, equipment and machinery. Complete all work within legal guidelines. Preserve the safety of self and others. Interpret technical drawings and publications. Select and use appropriate tools per application. Perform measurements to ensure quality. Produce product to specifications. Develop skills related to the selection, use, application and maintenance of machinery, tools and equipment.

Waxing

Through demonstration and supervised hands on practice the students will learn various hair removal treatments for the face and other parts of the body. Areas of study include hair anatomy and its growth cycles.

Students are taught the importance of sanitation and sterilization and precautions that pertain to waxing. They also discuss expected professional conduct and  proper client etiquette.

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