Day in the Life of a Payroll Clerk: Helps occupational nursing students become aware of hazards in an office workplace. Examines the duties of a payroll clerk, Miriam Quarin, in order to illustrate white collar physical hazards and mental stress.
Machine Doctor: Illustrates hidden hazards in industrial workplaces. Helps occupational nursing students identify the dangers by following the daily activities of a millwright at Scott Paper.
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.
Part 1: Event recording of the presentation of the Distinguished Service Award and Honorary Doctor of Technology to Cecil Roper (June 21-22, 1995). Includes speeches and award ceremonies. Part 2: Event recording of the presentation of an Honorary Doctor of Technology to Sam Simpson at the convocation ceremony on June 23, 1995.
Interviews with BCIT alumni. Profiles include: Dr. G. Wynne Powell, Lifetime Achievement ; Andrew Hazelwood, Public Service ; Nancy McKinstry, Community Service ; Dr. J. Basil Peters, Entrepreneurial Innovation ; Elaine Woo, Excellence in Teaching ; David J. Bran, Outstanding Student Leadership.
Educational video produced for critical care nursing students. Using a dramatization, the video teaches students how to combine a conversational interviewing style with a physical examination for a comprehensive assessment.
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.
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.
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.
Promotional video for BCIT's Aviation and Aerospace programs. Hosted by Sandra Borromeo who interviews students and tours the facilities and aircraft at the aerospace campus. Camera operator William Dhawan. Editor Peter Steel. Music by Jamie V.
Promotional video about the Aviation Maintenance Technician Training course made for student recruitment. Includes information about the course curriculum, the training facilities, job opportunities and Sea Island Campus.
Program produced for BCIT Campus Mediation Service and hosted by TV reporter Mi-Jung Lee that explores the issues of harassment and discrimination using dramatic scenes based upon real-life incidents. Includes an introduction from Tony Knowles, President at BCIT, and an interview with Bill Graham, Harassment and Discrimination Advisor.
Promotional video of BCIT Downtown campus. Animated logo and visualization of the building. Interview with Duke Dukowski, Director, BCIT Downtown and students. Features classroom footage. Focus on business partnerships as well government and industry. Mentions Sim Tech, a virtual reality lab. The Living Lab is also highlighted as a partnership with SFU. Three key focuses of BCIT Downtown campus are: community pride, partnerships and high tech learning. Created by BCIT's Learning Resources Unit or LRU, now known as the BCIT Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC).
Interviews with graduates about their academic and social experiences at BCIT. Interviews are with Karla Baughman, Aviation ; Darren Plested, Wood Products ; Christine Lanyon, Petroleum & Natural Gas ; Kelly Chow, Architectural Drafting ; Gwen McReynolds, Automated Business Equipment ; Julie Baldwin, Nursing ; Chris Lodder, Mining ; Kathy Uhryn, Operations Management ; Gordon Harkies and Sylvia Eggenberger, Building Technology.
Teaching how to teach students to work in teams. Features footage of first year Operations Management students practicing skills alternating with Lorraine Robson introducing each skill or technique. Writer and host Lorraine Robson.
Promotional video for the BCIT Pacific Marine Training Campus Marine Officer Training. Video features two students one doing the Marine Engineering Officer Program (Reagan) and the other Deck Officer Marine Training (Chris). The ability to travel and work are highlighted. As are industry partnerships. Video includes footage of the Marine Campus inside and out as well as on ships, practicing safety and working with engines.
Promotional video for BCIT. Voiceover of video of stills photographs, maps and logos. Includes images of staff, faculty, new touchscreen system, students, buildings, classrooms and offices. Listing student resources and services.
Promotion video about BCIT School of Engineering Technology for potential students. Programs highlighted include: Mechanical Design, Civil Technologies, Computer Systems, Electronics Technology, Process Technologies, Renewable Resources, Advanced diploma programs. Includes clips of students working in the classroom and in the field with voice over, brief interview with Dr. Basil Peters.
Promotion video about BCIT School of Engineering Technology for potential students. Programs highlighted include: Mechanical Design, Civil Technologies, Computer Systems, Electronics Technology, Process Technologies, Renewable Resources, Advanced diploma programs. Includes clips of students working in the classroom and in the field with voice over, brief interviews with Dave Chowdhury (Dean of School of Engineering Technology) and Dr. Basil Peters.
Promotional video about the BCIT Venture Program made for new entrepreneurs. The film details the goals of the program, how the program operates and the benefits of completing the program. Includes sound clips from graduates of the program, instructors, and current students.
Promotional video for BCIT High-Tech Professional (HTP) programs. Current students and alumni discuss their experience in HTP programs and career prospects while a voice over provides general program information. Includes: Kelly Reiswig, HTP student ; Will Dalton, security officer ; Carmen Choy, web designer ; John Elkins, HTP student ; Liesl Fonseca, business systems analyst ; Richard Hislop, network administrator.