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LEONardo College ~ UPCOMING PART-TIME (NON-VOCATIONAL) COURSES
We offer a variety of courses daytime, evening and weekends. If you want to learn a new subject or acquire advanced skills in your line of work, please find a course suitable for you and contact us now
 

If looking for the FULL-TIME program, please click HERE

NOTES:

1: Registration closes 3 business days before the start date of each course.

2: Training is done in new, modern, well equipped classrooms and with qualified teachers.

3: Full refund is guaranteed to students that are not satisfied with the course (ask for refund policy).

4: Prices include all (fees, taxes, Individual PC workstation, parking, coffee and bottled water).

5: Payments can be done online, just request a link through email.

6: Credentials: Certificate of completion (upon completion of all levels of the taken course).

7: Statutory holidays: No classes on long weekends unless all students and the teacher agree to attend.

8: Group discount depends on the number of students: Please request a quote, 416-249-6060

9: Location: On Keele St., one traffic light south of Lawrence Ave W., 2 min from Hwy 401, bus stops here

10: Other discounts: For some courses (highlighted in blue) we offer a 10% discount to students who wish to bring their own laptop (the program must be already installed)

Courses

Start (End Date)

Days

Time

Hours

Weeks

Fee

Please scroll down to see the whole part-time schedule

EVENING PART-TIME COURSES

AutoCAD 2D
(Covers all 2D Drafting)

Jan 8, 2019
to Feb 14, 2019

Tue & Thu

6:30 - 9:30 pm

36h

6w

$333 SPECIAL (Until Dec 31, 2018. Reg. $430)

AutoCAD 3D
(Covers all 3D Modeling)
Feb 25, 2019
to Mar 27, 2019
Mon & Wed 6:30 - 9:30 pm 30h 5w $430 (all in)
Blueprint Reading (Arch.)
(Construction/Architecture)
Jan 14, 2019
to Feb 6, 2019
Mon & Wed 6:30 - 9:30 pm 24h 4w $399 (book included)
Blueprint Reading (Mech.)
(Mechanical/Manufacturing)
Feb 12 , 2019
to Mar 7, 2019
Tue & Thu 6:30 - 9:30 pm 24h 4w $399 (book included)

Revit Architecture
(Architectural Design)

Jan 8, 2019
to Feb 14, 2019

Tue &Thu

6:30 - 10 pm

39h

6w

$470 (all in)

SketchUp
(3D Arch / Interior Design). Prerequisite: Autocad 2d
Jan 14, 2019
to Feb 7, 2019
Mon & Wed 6:30 - 9:30 pm 24h 4w $399 (all in)
SolidWorks
(3D Industrial/Mech./Furn. Design, For beginners)
Jan 8, 2019
to Feb 14, 2019
Tue & Thu 6 - 10 pm 39h 5w

$470 (all in) (Note 10)

Solidworks Advanced Applications
(3D Industrial/Mech./Furn. Design, Advanced)
Feb 25, 2019
to Mar 31, 2019
Mon & Wed 6 - 10 pm 39h 5w $470 (all in) (Note 10)
Photoshop
(Digital Graphic Design)
Jan 18, 2019
to Feb 8, 2019
Fri 5:30 - 10 pm 18h 4w $320 (all in) (Note 10)
Illustrator
(Digital Graphic Design)
Feb 16, 2019
to Mar 16, 2019
Fri 5:30 - 10 pm 18h 4w $320 (all in) (Note 10)
Please scroll down to see the whole part-time schedule

SAT & SUN PART-TIME COURSES

AutoCAD 2D
(Covers all 2D Drafting)

Jan 13, 2019
to Feb 17, 2019

Sun

12 - 6 pm

36h

4w

$430 (all in)

Construction Estimating
(Construction/Architecture)
Jan 12, 2019
(to Feb 2, 2019)
Sat 12:30 - 6:30 pm 24h 4w $399 (all in)

Civil 3D
(Civil Engineering Design)

Feb 9, 2019
(to Mar 2, 2019)

Sat

12:30 - 6:30 pm

24h

4w

$430 (all in)

Revit Architecture
(Architectural Design)

Jan 12, 2019
to Feb 16, 2019

Sat

12 - 6:30 pm

39h

6w

$399 SPECIAL(Until Dec 31, 2018. Reg. $470)
SolidWorks
(3D Industrial/Mech./Furn. Design, For beginners)

Jan 13, 2019
to Feb 24, 2019

Sun

12 - 6:30 pm

39h

6w

$333 SPECIAL(Until Dec 31, 2018. Reg. $470)

SolidWorks Advanced Applications
(3D Industrial/Mech./Furn. Design, Advanced)

Mar 3 , 2019
to Apr 7, 2019

Sun

12 - 6:30 pm

39h

5w

$470 (all in) (Note 10)


DAYTIME COURSES

Revit Arch (full-time )
(Architectural Design)

Dec 10 , 2018
to Jan 18, 2019

Mon to Fri

9 am - 1 pm

80h

4w

$899
SPECIAL
(Reg. $1,020)


ONE-WEEK INTENSIVE COURSES

For quotes on group discounts, corporate and private training please email or call 416-249-6060

AutoCAD 2D
(All 2D in one week)

Dec 10, 2018
to Dec 14, 2018

Mon to Fri

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

35h

1w

$1,225 (all in)

AutoCAD 3D
(All 3D in one week)

Dec 17, 2018
to Dec 21, 2018

Mon to Fri

9:30 am- 4 pm

30h

1w

$1,050 (all in)

Revit Architecture
(Architectural Design)

Jan 21, 2019
to Jan 25, 2019

Mon to Fri

9:30 am - 5:45 pm

39h

1w

$1,365 (all in)

SketchUp
(3D Architectural / Interior Design)

Dec 10, 2018
to Dec 14, 2018

Mon to Fri

5 - 10 pm

24h

1w

$840 (all in)

SolidWorks
(3D Industrial / Mechanical Design)

Dec 10, 2018
to Dec 14, 2018

Mon to Fri

9:15 am - 5:30 pm

39h

1w

$1,365 (all in)

Solidworks Applications
(3D Industrial / Mechanical Design. Advanced)

Dec 17, 2018
to Dec 21, 2018

Mon to Fri

9:15 am - 5:30 pm

39h

1w

$1,365 (all in)

Course title: Adobe Photoshop

Course length in hours: 30 (part time)

 

This course provides the basic knowledge and applications of Adobe Photoshop. Students will be introduced to the elements of digital graphic design through an image processing and manipulation context. Upon completion of the course students will have an understanding of digital image properties and apply the features of Photoshop to modify images as desired.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Workspace Layout
- Colours
- Selections and Masks
- Layers
- Paint and Retouching Tools
- Out-Put Options

Course title: Adobe Illustrator

Course length in hours: 30 (part time)


Prerequisites: Adobe Photoshop

This course provides the basic knowledge and application of Adobe Illustrator. Students will be introduced to the properties of digital graphic design through a vector based drawing application. Similar in operation to the popular Adobe Photoshop, however mainly different in intentions and usages. Knowledge gained in this course will allow students to create images, layout displays, and bring together multiple independent items into a final product, in an efficient and professional manner.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Document Setup
- Shapes
- Colour & Strokes
- Transformations
- Lines, Pens, and Text
- Out-Put Options


Course title: Web Development with FLASH

Course length in hours: 100

 

Adobe Flash is a program commonly used for animation on the web and is often found integrated in website design, especially for marketing purposes. Using lectures and various practical exercises students will learn the techniques associated with animation. This is both an introductory and intermediate course and will be going through the programming language of ActionScript within Flash.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Designing and Developing Databases
- Database Diagrams
- Data Transformation Services
- MySQL Specific Syntax
- Database Application Architecture
- Database Programming

Course title: Adobe Dreamweaver

Course length in hours: 100

 

This course familiarizes students with the basic techniques used for creating professionally-crafted websites using the Adobe Dreamweaver application. It also provides the fundamental knowledge and techniques needed to advance to more complex operations for enhancing the functionality of websites. Students will create and manage database-driven websites.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Setting up a Website
- Formatting Text and Inserting Hyperlinks
- Displaying and Editing Images and Tables
- Adding Interactivity with Behaviours
- Adding Multimedia to a Website
- Publishing and Maintaining a Website

Course title: Solid Works Level 1

Course length in hours: 80

 

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with Solid Works, a parametric design application used commonly for mechanical/industrial solid modeling. The course begins with an overview of the sketching environment where students learn to create 2D objects such as lines and arcs. Definition is added to the sketch including dimensions and geometric relationships. Solids are then quickly created by converting the sketches into 3D models. These solids are arranged into assemblies where interference and motion can be studied. Professional technical drawings can then be generated in accordance with industry standards.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Introduction to SolidWorks and Design Intent
- Defining Sketches by adding Relations and Dimensions
- Part Modeling
- Patterning
- Assembly Mating and Motion Simulation
- Drawing Documents for Parts and Assemblies

Course title: Solid Works Level 2

Course length in hours: 80


Pre-requisite: Solid Works 1

 

This course is an advanced continuation of Solid Works 1. It covers advanced modeling techniques and automation of the design process. Students will design complex 3D models, Surfaces, Sheet Metal parts, Moulds and Weldments through step-by-step lectures and hands on practice with real mechanical parts and industrial products as design samples. The course includes Finite Element Analysis simulation, a useful analysis tool applied for critical design decisions. Students will learn to create photo-real images of several design projects while applying the concept of eco-design as a focus in the design approach.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Sweeps and Lofts for Complex Models
- Surfaces and Mold Making
- Sheet Metal Parts and Weldments
- Configurations and Design Tables
- Engineering Analysis and FEA report
- Rendering using PhotoWorks


Course title: Introduction to Computers and Internet

Course length in hours: 21 (part-time)

 

This is an introductory course to Computers and the Internet world for people who are not familiar with computers but always wanted to be. Overcome the fear of computers and embrace technology to make your life easier and more enjoyable. Join our classes full of friendly people and have fun while becoming familiar with the most common applications of the Personal Computer. Also learn how to easily navigate the Internet and send emails to your family and friends.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Introduction to Computers hardware and software
- Managing your pictures and document files
- Word Processing
- Using the Internet
- Sending and receiving E-Mail
- Crafting with your computer

Course title: E-commerce

Course length in hours: 30 (part-time)

 

This course teaches students to use database marketing to increase efficiency. Students learn to create profitable one-to-one customer relationships that gain information necessary to understanding customer behavior. Course demonstrates the means to improving overall profits by using databases to link planning, forecasting, budgeting, list and media selection, product development, fulfillment, and customer services. Students apply these techniques to real-life marketing problems.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Network Infrastructure for e-commerce
- E-commerce Models
- E-Advertising & Marketing
- Electronic Payment Systems
- Electronic Data Exchange
- E-Security

Course title: AutoCAD 1 (2D)

Course length in hours: 100

 

This course covers the proper use of the AutoCAD Application. Students will learn how to create and edit professional 2D technical drawings for most design fields. The course follows a systematic teaching approach which includes step-by-step instructions along with clearly illustrated screen captures. Main topics will include Draw, and Editing commands, Dimensioning, Layering, Blocks, Symbol Libraries and External References. Focus is also placed on advanced Drawing Layouts with Title Blocks, Annotations and Attributes. Students will be exposed to practical activities such as taking measurements and designing floor plans.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Creating 2-D geometry
- Editing Commands
- Managing Object properties
- Text and Dimensions
- Blocks and Attributes
- Page Setup and Plotting

Course title: AutoCAD 2 (3D)

Course length in hours: 80
Pre-requisites: Completion of AutoCAD 1

 

This Course builds on the knowledge of AutoCAD 1, introducing users who are proficient with 2D commands to the concept of 3D modeling. Students will study 3D primitives, conversion of objects from planar to solid, surfaces, element analysis and rendering procedures. By the end of the course students will create drawings with representation of orthographic and pictorial views of 3D parts and assemblies. The course will emphasize the versatility of AutoCAD by showing a range of options to achieve a particular result.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Creating 3D models from Primitives
- Creating Models from 2D Profiles
- Creating Surfaces
- Creating Drawings from 3D Models
- Visualization Techniques
- Rendering

Course title: Solid Works Level 1

Course length in hours: 80

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with Solid Works, a parametric design application used commonly for mechanical/industrial solid modeling. The course begins with an overview of the sketching environment where students learn to create 2D objects such as lines and arcs. Definition is added to the sketch including dimensions and geometric relationships. Solids are then quickly created by converting the sketches into 3D models. These solids are arranged into assemblies where interference and motion can be studied. Professional technical drawings can then be generated in accordance with industry standards.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Introduction to SolidWorks and Design Intent
- Defining Sketches by adding Relations and Dimensions
- Part Modeling
- Patterning
- Assembly Mating and Motion Simulation
- Drawing Documents for Parts and Assemblies

Course title: Solid Works Level 2

Course length in hours: 80


Pre-requisite: Solid Works 1

 

This course is an advanced continuation of Solid Works 1. It covers advanced modeling techniques and automation of the design process. Students will design complex 3D models, Surfaces, Sheet Metal parts, Moulds and Weldments through step-by-step lectures and hands on practice with real mechanical parts and industrial products as design samples. The course includes Finite Element Analysis simulation, a useful analysis tool applied for critical design decisions. Students will learn to create photo-real images of several design projects while applying the concept of eco-design as a focus in the design approach.

 

Main topics covered in this course:

 

- Sweeps and Lofts for Complex Models
- Surfaces and Mold Making
- Sheet Metal Parts and Weldments
- Configurations and Design Tables
- Engineering Analysis and FEA report
- Rendering using PhotoWorks