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Our lives are full of opportunities to negotiate personally and professionally. Explore special circumstances that may impact a negotiation and common bumps in the road.
Mediation is a valuable approach for resolving difficult issues. This course explores special circumstances that may impact mediation and the advanced skills of a mediator.
Learn how to effectively mediate during conflict situations - improving the dialogue between the parties and ensuring the communication is balanced.
Develop your instructional skills and expand your knowledge of airbrake systems. Delve into the concepts of adult education by developing lesson plans and presenting two practice-teaching sessions.
Gain the valuable skill of forklift operation through this introductory course.
If you have experience operating a forklift, gain your forklift certification through this course.
Shielded Metal Arc welding (SMAW) “STICK” is one of the most popular welding processes, especially in the maintenance and repair industry.
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) is the most common industrial welding process and welds steels and aluminum faster than other welding processes.
Welders must be certified by the Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA) in order to weld pressure equipment in Alberta.
Enhance your professional toolkit by exploring industrial robots. Industrial robots are essential to a variety of industries, such as painting, welding, assembly, manufacturing and more.
Boost your knowledge of robots by exploring mobile robots. Mobile robots are used in and warehousing and manufacturing to autonomously move materials around a facility.
Boost your skills with automation by exploring microcontrollers. Discover the fundamentals of microcontroller units (MCU) and how they are applied to mobile robotics and automated systems.
Boost your knowledge of industrial automation by exploring control systems. Discover control system terms and definitions, transducers, motors, motor drives, and basic mechanical dynamics.
Boost your professional skillset by exploring hydraulics and pneumatics. Discover the control and transmission of fluid power by using pressurized fluids.
Enhance your professional skillset by delving into computer numerical control (CNC) programming. Discover the applications of CNC in the metals industry.
Enhance your professional toolkit by exploring the industry applications of programmable logic controllers (PLCs).
Enhance your knowledge of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) by exploring ladder logic programming techniques. Delve into the most popular programmable controller language: Ladder Diagram (LD).
Enhance your knowledge of ladder logic programming by delving into complex functions of Ladder Diagram.
Boost your knowledge of programmable logic controllers by delving into Function Block Diagrams (FBD). FBD is a graphical language that can be used for logic or control configuration.
This module provides a brief introduction to Structured Text and introduces Sequential Function Charts with a focus on the elements of SFC.
Boost your knowledge of programmable logic controllers by delving into Data Communications.
With the skills gained in this course, you will be able to demonstrate fundamental PLC programming processes such as implementing relay-type instructions, subroutines, applying timers and...
This course uses all four IEC 61131-3 languages to program Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). With the skills gained in this course, you will create synergy between PLCs and remote components.
Boost your knowledge of programmable logic controllers by delving into Siemens PLC.
Boost your knowledge of Siemens PLCs by exploring optimized blocks on an S7-1500 CPU. Discover two advanced programming languages: Function Block Diagram (FBD) and S7-Graph.
Boost your knowledge of programmable logic controllers by delving into Human Machine Interfaces (HMI).
Boost your programmable logic controller expertise by delving into Open Platform Communications (OPC). Discover Rockwell Automation (RSLinx) software.
Boost your knowledge of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) by delving into the components and dynamics of control systems.
Put your Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) theory to the test in real-world scenarios. Bring to life a project with multiple mechatronics and Human Machine Interface (HMI) stations.
Examine emergency preparedness strategies unique to distinct and/or geographically dispersed communities.
Disaster and Emergency Management focuses on preventing, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from specific hazard events.
Discuss strategies and approaches with respect to collaborating with distinct communities.
Disaster and Emergency Management (DEM) focuses on preventing, preparing for, responding to, and recovering from specific hazard events.
Explore the basic theory and practical aspects of using fiber optic cables in different types of communications and data transmissions.
Explore the emerging fiber optic design industry.
Do you need WHMIS certification to obtain, maintain, or enhance your employment? Upon successful completion of this course you will receive WHMIS certification and meet the Hazardous Products...
Canadian law requires any person who ships, handles, or transports dangerous goods to be trained in accordance with Transport Canada standards.
Every year, dozens of Albertans are killed and thousands are injured on the job. A strong occupational health and safety culture is essential in preventing injuries, illnesses, and deaths on the job.
As a supervisor, you have responsibility for the health and safety of your staff including making sure the workers you supervise not only understand the organization’s health and safety...
Efficient operation of instrumentation and control systems are critical for the effective and safe operation of any water or wastewater treatment or pumping facility.
Explore and describe the operation and maintenance of water lift stations and sewer rehabilitation programs. Describe record keeping, administration and maintenance organization systems.
Recognizing and mitigating safety issues will provide an increased level of safety awareness for staff and operators in water and wastewater utility operations.
Water and wastewater operators need to protect the health and safety of staff and the environment.
Gain inside knowledge of the standards and regulations for water and wastewater operations.
Explore sustainable processes and alternative energy technologies for the water and wastewater industry.
Enhance your water distribution knowledge by studying advanced water distribution.
Ensure that you are up-to-date with the cutting-edge practices of advanced water treatment.
Explore advanced water collection techniques. Examine systems that affect the infrastructure of a collection system such as residential, commercial, and industrial waste streams.
Increase your wastewater treatment expertise by exploring advanced wastewater treatments. Dive into the advancements of wastewater treatments encountered in municipal wastewater facilities.
Depending on its application, water treatment is a process of making water usable for its intended application or returning it to a natural state.
Water and wastewater operators must be knowledgeable about support systems including pumps and valves.
Wastewater treatment incorporates the knowledge of plant processes, operations, and maintenance.
Explore essential safety standards and regulations used by professionals in Canada's thriving body art industry.
Selecting, tagging and issuing blood components or products for transfusion can save a patient’s life, that is, when it is the correct product administered to the correct recipient.
This course builds on TRAM101, using the foundations of ABO and Rh blood group systems to interpret pretransfusion test results and select appropriate donor red cells for transfusion.
The correct application of transfusion medicine techniques and accurate performance of serologic and non-serologic procedures enhance the safety of blood transfusion and can ultimately save a...
Prepare to write the Alberta Provincial Journeyman Cook Examination and Red Seal Certification.
Beyond rubber gloves and hairnets.
The Leadership and Project Management for IT Professional Development Certificate Program at NAIT helps you better understand team dynamics and its impact on projects.
Explore the unique impact of business intelligence projects and what decision-makers need to know about implementation. Investigate challenges around people, processes, managing data and more!
Learn job-ready skills in clean fuels including hydrogen, renewable diesel, renewable natural gas, biofuels and sustainable aviation fuel.
This certificate will help you prepare for a leadership role in site-based construction trades professions.
Develop soft skills needed to become a leader in the healthcare field! From professionalism and ethics to management and leadership, build on existing education to become an effective supervisor.
This course covers safety topics common to most first-year (Period 1) trades apprenticeship programs.
This course covers math topics common to most first-year (Period 1) trades apprenticeship programs.
This course covers technical drawing topics common to most first-year (Period 1) trades apprenticeship programs.
Oxy-acetylene welding and cutting is a versatile method for welding, cutting, hardfacing, polishing, and heating.
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (“GTAW”), also known as Tungsten Inert Gas or “TIG” welding, is regularly used to weld thin sections of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals such as aluminum.
This course is restricted to students attending WELD227 Welding B Pressure.
This course is restricted to NAIT 3rd year apprenticeship welding students.
NAIT’s Academic Upgrading program is a bridging program designed for adults from a variety of academic backgrounds to gain prerequisite entrance requirements needed for post-secondary study.
Take your first step to academic success with NAIT's ESL classes. NAIT gives conditional admission into programs for students who complete their studies through NAIT ESL classes.
Learn skills needed to write with confidence in academic settings. Learn structures and features of writing to communicate with coherence and unity.
Improve your overall English fluency by participating in this ESL listening and speaking class. Learn different communication strategies.
Prepare for the NAIT English Language Proficiency (ELP) assessment exam.
Take the IELTS Academic English Language Test with confidence! Master tips and techniques that can help you improve your score, especially in the writing component, which tends to be the most...
Knowing how to communicate effectively in the workplace is essential to becoming an active and contributing member of an organizational team and promoting increased levels of safety in the workplace.
The NAIT English Language Proficiency (ELP) Exam is for students applying to a NAIT credit program and need to submit proof of ELP as part of their application.
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