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Cambrian College signs Aboriginal training agreement

Sudbury 's Cambrian College and the Apitisawin Employment and Training agency are teaming up to provide Aboriginal students with the opportunity to pursue certificate postsecondary programs.

Canadore offers online learning to China and Brazil

Canadore College and ClevrU Corporation announced a new collaboration to deliver advanced online learning opportunities to Brazil and China. International students have a significant economic impact to Canada.

Canadore offers new unmanned aerial vehicle program

This June, Canadore will be the only college in Ontario to deliver a specialized program for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), which was developed in response to industry demand.
Webequie dives into trades training

Webequie dives into trades training

Peter Pagnutti is spending 12 weeks introducing an enthusiastic class of First Nation students to the skilled trades, but the Cambrian College instructor readily admits the whole experience has been as equally rewarding for him.
Training institutes collaborate on safety

Training institutes collaborate on safety

NORCAT , a Sudbury -based industry training and development centre, is partnering with the Sarnia-Lambton Industrial Education Co-operative (IEC) to develop standards and an accreditation process to deliver training programming across Ontario.

Veterinary program drives residence construction

Northern College ’s Haileybury campus will have its first residence ready for students in September.

Organization preparing Aboriginals for apprenticeships

It’s not easy finding employers willing to take on apprentices. It’s even harder when a company is hesitant to work with an Aboriginal organization.

Northern partners with Queen’s U

Northern College has partnered with the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen’s University in Kingston.

Laurentian surpasses fundraising goal

Sudbury’s Laurentian University has surpassed its capital fundraising goal, earning more than $65 million for school projects, among them bursaries, research and innovation, and the Goodman School of Mines.

Mike Holmes to talk about trades

In partnership with the School College Work Initiative (SCWI) and the Far Northeast Training Board (FNETB), Northern College is preparing to host the Go to College Trades and Technology Symposium on Monday, April 8 in an effort to educate and cultiva