APC100 - Applied Professional Communications
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Applied Professional Communications
This subject focuses on group work, team building, interpersonal communication, presentation skills, conflict and time management with applications to the computer industry. In this subject, you are developing the skills that will make you not only a greater asset to an employer, but a more confident and accomplished individual. APC100 will give you a thorough grounding in employability skills listed as essential by the Conference Board of Canada in our global, knowledge-based society of the 21st century.You will be introduced to the theoretical background, then given ample opportunity to develop your expertise in these communication, teamwork, personal management, presentation and thinking skills. You will both require and be further developing these skills in all the subjects of your programme.
Pre-requisite: EAC149 or equivalent
Required Liberal Studies subject (for CPA/CPD/CPAC/CNS/CTY)
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will demonstrate the ability to:
1.Perform the roles and responsibilities of team leader and team member
2.Build and maintain an effective team
3.Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships and the achievement of goals
4.Assess their own thinking throughout the steps and processes used in problem solving and decision making
5.Collect, analyze and organize relevant and necessary information from a variety of sources and present it to others
6.Manage time and use motivation to attain personal and/or project-related goals
7.Understand the importance of ethical behaviour in academic and business environments
8.Gain greater self-awareness, well-being and understanding of others
9.Describe the significance of self-concept to communication
10.Understand relationships among individuals and society
11.Understand the role of perception in communication and the importance of nonverbal communication
12.Understand the nature of listening, questioning and feedback
13.Handle diversity and conflict in interpersonal situations
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