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A watershed enhancement project for community participation [title cont'd in note]

Illustrates the diverse ecology of the Burnaby lakes drainage systems. Features Deer Lake and Burnaby Lake. Shows students from BCIT Fish and Wildlife program involved in preserving this unique system in conjunction with the efforts of the City of Burnaby and those of the public at large. Part of BCIT's Fish, Wildlife and Recreation Program's Burnaby Lakes Systems Project (in partnership with the City of Burnaby). Voice over slides/still photographs.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

BC Rivers' Day: A celebration of our waterways

Information about BC Rivers day as celebrated since 1981, about BC rivers in general, and how you can get involved in BC Rivers Day events. Touching on the importance of rivers to the ecology, recreational enjoyment as well as the significance of rivers to culture and history of this land. Written and produced by Dave Gummeson, Kelly Pearce, Sara Short and Michael Goodfellow. Note: VHS created from original slide/tape program - voice over still photographs. Fish, Wildlife, Recreation: student project.

Gummeson, Dave

Call centre 2000: opening and call centre technologies; T. Brauser and H. Malek/J. Hyslop

Opening remarks and agenda outline. Opening remarks from Tom Brauser. Presentation "Call Centre Technologies" by Hossein Malek and John Hyslop. Camera moves between powerpoint presentation and the presenters. Their presentation discusses call centre trends and call centre evolution.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Call centre 2000: customer access strategies; John Atkins, BC Tel

Introduction before the presentation: "Customer Access Strategies and its Organizational Impacts" presented by John Atkins from BC Tel Phone Power. Camera moves between powerpoint presentation and John Atkins speaking. Mr. Atkins talks about customer access strategy, changes in marketing, call centre issues and trends, organizational impacts, and new technologies.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Call centre 2000: partnership in business; Brian Gillespie/Don Calder

Introduction before the presentation: "Partnerships in Business" which is presented by Brian Gillespie, BCIT President and Don Calder, VP Network Operations, BC TEL. Camera moves between powerpoint presentation and the presenters. Mr. Gillespie talks about BCIT working with business and industry to improve business performance with a specific mention of specialized training centres: call centre, digital imaging, industrial control simulator, Venture program and Living Lab. Mr. Calder talks about the BCIT Call Centre-BCTEL partnership. After the presentation Jennifer Lee, Reservations Manager at Canadian Holidays, selects the winner of a draw for a trip to Las Vegas. Video ends with a small thank you presentation for Lynn Wagner for organizing the event.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Call centre 2000: Teleworking and BCIT call centre; Ken Robertson/Gary Morrison

Brief introduction before the presentation: "Teleworking in the Virtual Call Centre" which is presented by Ken Robertson of KLR Consulting Inc. Camera moves between powerpoint presentation and Mr. Robertson as he gives the presentation. Video ends with a welcome to BCIT's new Call Centre of Excellence given by Gary Morrison. Morrison talks a little bit about the new building and future plans. Soft launch of industry partnership venture - called the Centre of Excellence (BCIT Downtown campus). Terry [?] is the MC of the event.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Application of safety restraints

Shows nursing students how to perform correctly each of the following tasks: 1. tie knots for securing the ends of a restraint to a bed, chair, or wheelchair; 2. apply two types of jacket restraints for a patient in a bed, wheelchair, or ordinary chair; 3. apply a clove hitch restraint for wrist or ankle; 4. apply a wheelchair hip belt; and 5. restrain a patient's hands using a sheet, gown, or other bedding.

BCIT. Learning and Teaching Centre

Marketing strategy; Starting a Business: IV: How will you penetrate your market?

Part of a telecourse series, this film covers the six major areas of a well developed market plan: the specific characteristics of the product or service, sales methods, promotion methods, pricing, distribution and the location of the venture. Randy Vandermark, Department Head, BCIT Marketing Management, introduces the film: How will you penetrate your market? Bob Grasely hosts the middle section which includes still cartoons which are used to review and tie the lesson together and interviews with business people talking about their real-life experiences including: Richard Maybee, R. C. Maybee Ltd., Judy Sarick, the Children's Bookstore, Matti Korhonen, Freelance Illustrator, Maryanne Heller, Vintage Furs Ltd., Kemeel Azan, Azan's Beauty World, . The video concludes with a panel discussion with Bruce Schmidt, Vice-President Marketing, Keg Restaurants Ltd. and Morie Shacker Marketing Management BCIT Faculty. This telecourse if made possible by: The British Columbia Ministries and Education and Small Business Development.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

The need for planning; Starting a business

Part of a telecourse series, this film provides background to help the entrepreneur understand how a business plan is used to determine the viability of a proposition, to organize planning, and to obtain financing. Randy Vandermark, Department head, BCIT Marketing Management, introduces the film: Do you need a business plan? The middle section, Starting a Business: Do you need a business plan?, is hosted by Bob Grasley. Using still cartoons and interviews with business people the topic is explored. Interviewees include: Jeremy Brown, The Brownstone Press, Edward Starr, The Starr Group, Don Campbell, Vice-President Chateau-Gai Wines, Kishore Doshi, Video Captions, Deepak Sahasrabudhe, film sound studio, Michael Volker, Volker-Craig, and Derek Buntain, Private Risk Investor. Video concludes concludes with a panel discussion with Morie Shacker, Marketing Management BCIT Faculty and Brian Hann of The Royal Bank. This telecourse if made possible by: The British Columbia Ministries and Education and Small Business Development.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Germ busters: A guide to good hygiene Chasseurs de microbes: Un guide de bonne hygiene

Demonstrates basic hygiene in food processing, specifically fish. Text in French and English. No intelligible dialogue. Video uses some slapstick comedy. Credits: director Ian Cameron, Dan played by Scott Malcolm, Joe played by Luk Lukaszek, camera Craig Lawrence, music Ray Cooper, animation Brad Neave, content experts Ralph Drew and Gary Todd, produced by Audiovisual Department BCIT.

Fisheries Council of British Columbia

Final check: The screening line

Describes the procedures for checking can integrity in commercial food processing. Host is Pam Howard-Jones. Credits: director and editor Ian Cameron; graphics Ken Gill; camera Don Chaput; content experts Ian Devlin, Steve Yip, and Ralph Drew; and special thanks to Ocean Fisheries Ltd., Fisheries and Ocean Canada, Canadian Fishing Co., Neptune Dynamics Ltd., Empire Stevedoring Co., and Save-on-Foods and Drugs. Produced by Audiovisual Department BCIT.

Fisheries Council of British Columbia

Dealing with crises; Starting a business

Part of a telecourse series, this video explores why businesses commonly fail so that the entrepreneur can develop strategies to avoid that end. Randy Vandermark, Department Head, BCIT Marketing Management, introduces the film: How can you survive business crises? Special guest is Veron Forester, partner in Canadian Tire Operations in the Vancouver area. Feature report: Starting a Business with Bob Grasley: How can you survive business crises? Features still drawings and step-by-step process with a voiceover and advice/information from business experts. These experts include: Bernard R. Wilson, Vice-President, Director, Price Waterhouse; Ron Besse, Gage Publishing; Dick Maybee; David Robbins; Russell Morley; and Jeremy Brown. Video concludes with a discussion between Vandermark and Forester. This telecourse if made possible by: The British Columbia Ministries and Education and Small Business Development.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

Four common hoists and their components

Identifies four types of hoists, or lifting devices, used in industry: the block and tackle, tirfor jack, chain fall and come along. Emphasizes the importance of safety precautions when using the hoists as well as how and when to use each. Includes review questions and answers at the end of the video. Special thanks to Instructor Ivan Holmes. Produced by Pacific Vocational Institute.

British Columbia Institute of Technology

We keep them flying: Pacific Vocational Institute (PVI), Sea Island campus

Promotional video for Pacific Vocational Institute's (PVI) Sea Island campus. Voice speaking over video of still photographs of students engaged in learning, some video of students working on aircraft, short interviews with Jack Cook, Director, Aircraft and component maintenance CP Air, Ray Miles, Shop Supervisor, Air BC, and Doug Forest, PVI graduate, video contains some animation of logos and drawing of aircraft and the way photographs are displayed.

Pacific Vocational Institute

Signing of agreement between the National Institute of Transport and BCIT with Dr. J.S. Minja and John Watson

Event recording from the signing of an agreement between the National Institute of Transport (in Tanzania) and BCIT with Dr. J.S. Minja and John Watson. The project was funded by Technology Training Associates Ltd. (TTA) and helped to provide technical assistance to the National Institute of Transport to improve its programs, upgrade management, and develop curriculum.

BCIT. Audio Visual Services

Pacific Marine Training Campus presents: Courses to a maritime future

Promotional video about the Pacific Marine Training Campus made for student recruitment. Highlights some programs (Navigation, Marine Engineering, Deck hand course, work experience program) and the training technologies available to students. Includes graduate and instructor interviews and clips of students working.

BCIT. Marine Campus

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