UCFV offers a number of courses that can help prepare you to work at the university-college level. Subjects include rapid reading, writing, study skills, research, critical thinking, computing, education and career planning, and employment search.

Courses which fall under the informal “academic support” heading include:

CAP 110 Writing and Research Skills
CAP 120 Potential Development Training
CAP 130 Reading and Study
CAP 140 Career Planning
ECP 064 Education and Career Planning
COMP 061 Introduction to Computers (Part 1)
COMP 071 Introduction to Computers (Part 2)
CP 101 Career Planning
CP 201 Employment Search
CSM 208 Advanced Critical Analysis and Learning
  (CMNS 208) Methodology
CSM 108 Critical Analysis and Study Methodology
  (CMNS 108) (formerly Reading and Study Skills)
ECP 064 Education and Career Planning (Career Exploration)
ECP 074 Education and Career Planning (Skills for Success)
RSS 099 Rapid Reading and Study Skills (See CSM 108)


Dave Birkett, BA, MA (UBC)
Mark Hoffmann, BSc (Stanford), Diploma CS (Regent), MA (UBC)
Amy Kheong, BA (Calgary), MEd (UBC)
Diane Luu, BA, Prof. Teaching Cert. (SFU), MEd (UBC)
Keith Mohammed, BA (UBC), Prof. Teaching Cert. (SFU)
Elli Tamarin, BA (SFU), MEd (UBC)

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