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Course Outline

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Information contained within this course outline, is subject to being changed prior to it being offered.

Term: 2020 Spring

Course Number: COOP1332

Course Title: Co-op Work Term

Units: 0

Nominal Total Course Hours: 520

This is a normally paid co-operative education work term, in which you will actively apply and integrate your
academic learning in the workplace. It is an opportunity for you to increase your knowledge and develop skills
and abilities outside of the classroom setting. Successful completion of the co-op work term is mandatory for
graduation from your co-op program.
PLAR Eligible: No

Programs offering this course: Tourism Management - Business Development (P0428)


# Outcome
1 Develop ongoing personal and professional development strategies for the purpose of enhancing tourism sector
knowledge and leadership skills
2 Ensure a high degree of customer satisfaction while promoting tourism products, services and experiences in a
professional manner, both individually and as part of a team.
3 Perform effectively, both as an individual and as a member of a team, in the daily operations of a tourism


Upon successful completion of this Learning Objectives:
course, the student has reliably
demonstrated the ability to:

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1. Gain career related skills and experience 1. Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a
program related co-op work experience.

2. Analyze employment related issues and

problems, and resolve them using theory and
principles gained in the classroom.

3. Perform duties as outlined in the Co-op Job

Description, and other related duties as required.

4. Identify, develop and assess three professional

learning objectives that will validate and enhance
the co-op work experience.

5. Adapt program related technical skills to

specific requirements in the workplace.
2. Apply positive work habits needed to succeed 1. Demonstrate professional conduct in the
in the workplace workplace that is in accordance with the
company’s policies and procedures.

2. Apply employability skills (such as time

management, personal responsibility, team work,
problem solving, following safe work practices,
etc.) in the workplace.
3. Document employment related experiential 1. Identify, document and relate learning acquired
learning and developed during the work experience.

2. Document examples demonstrating skills

gained in the workplace for enhancement of career


# Upon successful completion of this course, the student has reliably
demonstrated the ability to:
2 Respond to written, spoken, or visual messages in a manner that ensures effective
5 Use a variety of thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems.
7 Analyze, evaluate, and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.
9 Interact with others in groups or teams in ways that contribute to effective working relationships
and the achievement of goals.
10 Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects.
11 Take responsibility for one’s own actions, decisions, and consequences.


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Passing Grade Satisfy Promotion - Level Graduation
(units earned) Pre-requisite to Level or Year
to Year
Ontario College 50.00% 50.00% 60.00% GPA and = or 60.00% GPA and = or >
Diploma > 50.00% in all 50.00% in all courses

Niagara College believes in an inclusive educational environment. Please review College Practices to view the
College's Statement of Accommodation for Students with Identified Special Needs.


The course professor in your specific section of this class will provide you with a Teaching and Learning Plan as
a guideline to supplemental resources, specific evaluations, activities, topics and due dates.

Last Revision Date: April 03, 2013

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