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  Facilitator: Jan Moore
Length: 2 days
Date: Fri, June 7 and Sat, June 8, 2019 Time: 7pm-9pm (Fri) and 10am-4pm (Sat) Cost: $109 + applicable taxes
How to ‘BE’ an Entrepreneur:
Setting a Personal Foundation for Success
This unique online course combines exploration of the practical foundational skills of entrepreneurship with a
deep dive into the most important
part of entrepreneurial success – YOU. Students will learn the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, what’s required to be
a successful entrepreneur, discover what kind of entrepreneur they are, adopt and grow an entrepreneurial mindset, incubate their business idea and do a deep dive into the personal ‘being’ of entrepreneurship. This is an online course with some synchronous components consisting
of four one-hour webinars.
Facilitators: Nancy Mudford and Jan Carley Length: 4 weeks (ONLINE)
Date: Mon, Feb 4 to Sun, Mar 3, 2019
Time: Asynchronous + webinars 5pm to 6pm (PST) every Tues
Cost: $499 + applicable taxes Free Talks
The Impact of Digital Distractions on Your Brain This evening session will report on recent startling neuroscience research about the
negative impact digital distractions are having on us. Strategies to counter some of the negative impacts of these distractions will be explored.
Facilitator: Paul Mohapel Length: 2 hours
Date: Wed, Jan 23, 2019 Time: 7pm-9pm
Cost: No charge – learners must register to reserve a seat
The Science of Happiness
What makes you truly happy? While this may seem easy to determine, research suggests most people are actually poor at judging what is deeply fulfilling. Happiness is in fact a complex emotion. Examine a wealth of recent scientific research that challenges many of our strongly held assumptions about what makes us happy. See how parts of your brain often deceive you into falsely believing something should bring happiness when in fact it does not. Learn happiness practices to take home.
Facilitator: Paul Mohapel Length: 2 hours
Date: Wed, Nov 14, 2018 Time: 7pm-9pm
Cost: No charge – learners must register to reserve a seat
Women in Leadership
Women need to speak and model their feminine values as a means of shifting organizational culture toward a balance that includes a feminine values framework. Explore and discuss predominant feminine leadership models and popular topics of debate concerning gender and leadership. Learn how to intentionally seek, plan and implement communication strategies and channels for speaking feminine leadership values at work. Discover strategies for communicating more authentically in bringing feminine leadership to life, to work and to the community.
Facilitator: Jennifer Walinga Length: 2 hours
Date: Fri, Mar 8, 2019
Time: 7pm-9pm
Cost: No charge – learners must register to reserve a seat
Green Learning
The Apothecary Garden
Long-time gardening enthusiast Wendy Morton is keen to share her unique garden and vast knowledge in this creative, enjoyable lesson. In the span of the afternoon, she will show you how to concoct some fragrant oils and floral waters (e.g. rose water, rose hip seed oil, calendula
oil, lavender oil) as well as safe cleaning solutions. All of these items are made from what she grows in her garden. This is a hands-on program, so please bring an apron.
Facilitator: Wendy Morton Length: 1 day
Date: Sat, Jun 22, 2019 Time: 1pm-4pm
Cost: $39 + applicable taxes
Introductory Course
Over four evenings and one Saturday, this introductory workshop offers participants both theory and practical field experience
in the art of beekeeping for beginners. Starting with a general history and the structure of the colony, discover the physiology of the honey bee, the players in the colony, honeybee nutrition, swarming and control methods, natural and integrated pest management, hive management for production and harvest and more! Detailed reference materials are provided.
Facilitator: Bob Liptrot
Length: 4 weekday evenings + 1 full Sat (see website) Date: Please refer to website for dates
Time: 7pm to 10pm (Tue and Thu) and 10am to 4:30pm (Sat)
Cost: $289 + applicable taxes
Intermediate Course
Learn advanced techniques for successful management of bee colonies including stock assessment and nutritional supplements, advanced colony manipulation and
swarm management, queen production methods and breeding considerations, selecting for hygienic behaviour and
mite resistance, external environmental stresses to successful beekeeping, pests and pathogens, management for honey and
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