Sprog: A Novel of Bomber Command follows five young men as they join the Royal Canadian Air Force in 1941. Before they can join the war in the skies over Europe, they must endure the rigours of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. In their quest to fly, they must confront discipline and danger, and rapidly change from teenagers into warriors.
Puiser dans les nombreuses années d’expérience de l’auteur en tant que professionnel des relations avec les médias et enseignant au collège et à l’université, Relations proactives avec les médias: Une perspective canadienne, 3e édition, fournit une boîte à outils indispensable aux professionnels et aux étudiants.
In The Editorial Department, authors and editors Britanie Wilson and Jeremy Lucyk introduce prospective book editors to the trade of book editing: working on book drafts at various stages, working with other editors, and the process of acquiring manuscripts. Written for university undergrads and graduate students as well as communications and writing professionals interested in learning about taking up a career as a book editor, this book offers a compressed tour of the work that book editors do and explains how to do it.
Highly regarded but long out of print, this little “bible” of management wisdom is the distillation of a forty-year career in communications and marketing.
Lively, readable, and concise, The Manager’s Mentor by Les McIlroy is the one business book you can’t live without. Centennial College Press is delighted to introduce this classic title to a new generation of readers.
This handbook is an essential tool for any AST student who is preparing for the Certificate of Qualification exam. This third edition presents practice tests in Red Seal format, making it a universal exam prep for students in all provinces. The new edition is heavily revised to reflect the latest technical developments in the AST field, the most recent changes to the C of Q exams nationwide. This edition also explains how the Provincial Training Standards and Federal Occupational Analysis determine the test you will write in your province.
Drawing on the author’s many years of experience both as a media relations practitioner and a classroom instructor, Proactive Media Relations: A Canadian Perspective, Third Edition provides an indispensable tool kit for professionals and students alike.
This exam prep book is an essential tool for any Heavy Equipment Technician student preparing to write the Red Seal exam. Each practice test closely imitates the Red Seal exam in both content and level of difficulty. For those not writing the Red Seal exam, this book also provides ideal preparation material for any Canadian provincial exam.
The second edition of Crisis Communications: A Practice Approach offers the same guide to the theory and practice of modern crisis communications. Updated with new case studies and many refinements to its theories and explanations, Crisis Communications presents the same common-sense approach to dealing with the most demanding of communications scenarios.
In this first micro-book in the series, Britanie Wilson and Jeremy Lucyk flesh out a comprehensive picture of the development of the book-publishing history in English, the world over. A super-compressed history of the industry, an introduction to the evolving book-consuming culture, and a tour of work in this ever-vibrant field, A Very Brief History equips students with a practical understanding of how book publishing has been and is being done.
This text is designed to provide the basic principles of operation and application of industrial and commercial gas burner systems. This book is appropriate for students enrolled in courses in industrial and commercial gas fitting or journeymen in the field preparing for provincial certification as commercial and industrial gas fitters.