Item is a video depicting a promotional ad for Georgian College, with footage of students working and participating in extracurricular activities on campus. The ad ends with the slogan "The College with the Personal Touch" and a listing of campuses in Barrie, Orillia and Owen Sound.
Item is a video depicting the potential future of Humber College students born in the 1960s. Focuses on emerging technologies, future housing costs, changing demographics, labour forces and industries, and discusses how Humber College equips students to navigate this through specialized courses and practical experience. Mentions ongoing expansions to technological, hospitality, and tourism programs.
Item is a video depicting an overview of Humber College's Micro Business Applications and Office Systems Operations programs. It includes a description of potential career paths for students of either program, in planning, consultation, systems operations, or as administrative assistants. In also describes the state of art equipment students can train on. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates, and students, including Hilery Allan, Mike Kvenich, Gary Voysey and Bill Painter.
Item is a video depicting the Industrial Instrumentation Engineering Technician program at Humber College. A brief explanation of instrumentation and the role of an instrumentation technician is included. Related industries are listed, including: oil, natural gas, steel, pulp and paper, food, chemical and textiles. The video includes demonstrations of process simulators used as training tools and calibration experiments. It features industry professionals, Humber College faculty, graduates and students, including Cliff Kennedy, Roy Fraser, Dean Dimarco and Ralph Lyle.
Item is a video depicting Humber College's Electromechanical Engineering Technician program. It describes potential career paths for students of the program, in areas including plant engineering and maintenance, service sales, and catalogue design. It also details student design and manufacturing projects, and equipment used, including lathes and milling machines. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates and students including Bruce Higgerson, Aurel Bartha and Sylvia Panetta.
Item is a video depicting Humber College's Numerical Control Technician program, and describes how it can equip students to work with and program computer controlled machines and equipment. It lists potential career paths for graduates of the program, as programmers and operators of advanced controlled machinery. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates and students, including John Hayes, Mario Delledonne and Peter Varnai.
Item is a video which depicts Humber College's electrical control engineering technician program. It describes the role of the electrical control engineering technician in large and small scale settings and explains the different power systems students get hands-on experience with through the program. Features Humber faculty, students, graduates, and industry professionals, including: Keith Brown, Joe Krebs, Cheryl King, Amin Mohammed, Roman Kuchirka, Lew Silecky, Ted Gurr. This video appears to be an alternate version of tape HVRC-0016.
Item is a video which may be produced in collaboration with students. It describes the Humber College Graphics Centre and details the services provided by it, including visual and audio services. Tape was produced by James McNell, Gary Gellert, Ron Ingelivics, Mary Kane, Olga Papadatos, Frank Risi and Angelo Kosmidis.
Item is a video depicting an overview of Humber College's Electrical Control Engineering Technician program. It includes a description of electrical engineering and related career paths. The video summarizes the transition from hard-wiring systems to programmable control, and discusses industrial and commercial applications for skills acquired through the program. It includes interviews with current students, graduates, Humber staff, and industry professionals. Features Keith Brown, Joe Krebs, Cheryl King, Amin Mohammed, Roman Kuchirka, Tedd Gurr, Martha Casson and Lew Silecky.
Item is a video depicting an overview of Humber College's Manufacturing Engineering Technician program. Video discusses the basics of the manufacturing process and includes a production milling experiment, a numerical control lab experiment, and descriptions of robots including the five axis machining center, and three axis machining center. Potential career paths are also discusses, including cost estimation, process planning, and working as a member of an engineering or technologist team. Features students and industry professionals, including Peter Zagorskis, Joe Pusztai and Arno Kless.