Brooks Campus

Health Care Aide Professional Series (Starts Mar. 5)
These courses build offer professional development for individuals who hold a Health Care Aide Certificate. 

Cannabis (Starts Mar. 30)
These courses will introduce you to the medicinal purposes of Cannabis and growing your own cannabis.  

Management Skills for Supervisors (Starts Apr. 2)
The Management Skills for Supervisors certificate program will develop your leadership skills or refine existing skills to drive your career to the next level. 

Developing Workshops and Training Programs for Adults (Starts May 2)
Whether you are developing workshops for your staff, or for external groups, this training is intended to provide participants with the skills necessary to design and deliver programming using Kolb’s theory of adult learning.

BUSINESS & LEADERSHIP

Learn about management, project management, quality management, business communication and productivity, marketing, social media, health care, legal assistant, GED Prep courses and conferences.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY

Find introductory computer courses, Microsoft Office courses, bookkeeping, AutoCAD, digital graphic, programming and more.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

INDUSTRY & TRADES

Explore a complete listing of our trades (electrical, power engineering, welding, plumbing), pre-employment, asbestos abatement and home inspection courses.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

WORKPLACE HEALTH & SAFETY

Find a listing of our occupational health and safety, Canadian mental health and food sanitation and hygiene courses.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

EMERGING INDUSTRY & TECHNOLOGIES

Discover courses related to solar energy, cannabis and BlockChain.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

ONLINE COURSES

We partner with leading experts in online training to deliver diverse and flexible training opportunities. Partners include Experfy, ed2go and ugotclass.

WINTER/SPRING 2019

COMMUNITY PROGRAMMING

There's something for everyone! Learn more about art and leisure, photography, food and beverage, child and youth, language and communication and recreation classes.

WINTER/SPRING 2019