FALL 2014

Please view our Continuing Education (CE) brochure for specific program and course listings.

To register for a course or workshop click> Office of the Registrar (OReg)
To view costs and course enrollment click>
Size section, then locate the 5 digit
course registration number (CRN)

click course title for full details - seats are limited
*New certificate programs being offered at the new Five Corners campus
*Records Management Specialist - Starts: Jan 2015, Chwk, Five Corners
*Public Relations Specialist - Starts: Jan 2015, Chwk, Five Corners
Legal Administrative Assistant - Starts: March 16, 2015, Clearbook Centre
 Fitness Movement and Enhancement Specialist - Starts: Jan 2015, Clearbrook Centre


NEW COURSES & CHANGES - click course title for details
Records Management Specialist New start date: Jan 2015
*Accepting Applications
 Chwk, Five Corners
80090  SDU  PAC01  C5A
Payroll Accounting
Mon, Wed & Fri, 10-Nov - 28-Nov
12:30pm-3:30pm, Chwk, CEP
80145  MCW  36  A5A 
Sage 50 Level II
Mon & Wed, 27-Oct - 24-Nov
6:30-9:30pm, Clearbrook Centre
(no class 3-Nov & 19-Nov)


UPCOMING COURSES - click course title for full details

80290  BISC  HRM04   A5A   Managing Employee Performance


80296   BISC   MSS21   A5A   Mgmt & Administration Skills


80191   MCW  OFC05  C5A  Excel Basics for the Office


80247  HLTH   ED12   A3A   Developing a Course Syllabus


80119   BISC   MSS20   A5A    Mgmt & Conflict Resolution


80078 HLTH   RC02   A3A    Red Cross Emergency First Aid


80146   MCW   OFC04   A5A    Word Basics for the Office


80021   HLTH   CS01  A3B    Child Care Emergency First Aid


80118   MCW  36   C5B  Sage 50 Level II


80090   SDU   PAC01   C5A   Payroll Accounting


80216  FAM   05   A3A    Planning Children's Experience


80095  HLTH   OFA01   A3C   Occupational First Aid - Level 1


80292  BISC  HRM 12  A5A   Workplace Health & Safety


80025  HLTH   BR01   A3B   Red Cross CPR Level C



The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.
UFV Continuing Education Brochure Fall 2014

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