By the end of this course, participants will be able to: ◆ Effectively and efficiently complete transactions with basic knowledge of the cash system. ◆ Develop interpersonal service skills to ensure a positive shopping experience for customers. ◆ Demonstrate an understanding of store policies and procedures. ◆ Handle customer complaints using B.L.A.S.T ◆ Understand PLU Codes ◆ Complete transactions using CLUSTER (POS System)
By the end of this course participants will be able to: ◆ Understand the key components of pricing products throughout their life cycle, including the use of the Pricing and Information Guide. ◆ Be equipped to successfully assess donations. ◆ Test their skills in a game of Jeopardy and The Price is Right.
By the end of this course, students will be able to: ◆ Identify and apply various key merchandising principles and best practices; ◆ Present and coordinate merchandise so that related goods are shown in a unique, desirable, and saleable manner; ◆ Create a visually appealing store layout that captures the attention of shoppers.
◆ Workshop in Musicianship
◆ Music and Cultures
◆ Piano for Non-Majors (years 1-4)
◆ Private Piano Lessons
“The Art of ‘Moodling’”. Teaching Development Graduate Assistant Workshop for Teaching Assistants and Faculty. York University
“WebCT “Just Click!” An Overview of the benefits and applications of online learning portals in the classroom.” York University.
“Working with WebCT. Step-by-Step Instructions on the Implementation of a WebCT course.” Teaching Development Graduate Assistant Workshop for Teaching Assistants and Faculty. York University.
◆ World Issues – Grade 12
◆ Civics – Grade 10
◆ Geography – Grade 9 (International Baccalaureate)
◆ Core Subjects and Art – Grade 7
◆ Introductory Guitar
◆ Introductory Ukulele
◆ Introductory Violin
◆ Music for Little Mozarts
◆ Rudiments (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)
◆ Harmony (Basic, Intermediate, Advanced)
◆ Introduction to Music History
◆ Baroque and Classical Music History
◆ Romantic and 2oth Century Music History
◆ Piano Pedagogy (Elementary, Intermediate, Advanced)
Music for Moms and Dads Learn how to support your budding musician at home by creating an environment of shared family learning. By the end of this course, students will be able to support their children’s study of music in a positive manner. Students will also have gained the necessary tools to make educated decisions about their child’s future endeavors within the world of music.
Music Through the Ages Travel through time and learn t appreciate music from a new and expanded perspective. Who, where, and why? These are the questions that we will answer during our exploration of music from the free melody of Gregorian Chant to the new found emotion of the Romantic and Impressionist periods, and finally the evolution of new age and world music. By the end of this course, students will be able to expand their recreational music listening to include different styles and repertoire from different periods of history.
What are Music Festivals, and Should my Child be Participating? What is all of this talk about festival entries and deadlines? We will demystify the whole process. How do I sing my child up? What will they need to do to be prepared? What should they play? What should they wear? What should I do to help my child with performance anxiety? Why do they always schedule them during the day? What are the benefits of my child participating?