Congratulations CNC grads

More than 120 grades finished CNC programs at the Quesnel campus and proudly went through their grad ceremonies

CNC grad Elizabeth Brownmiller completed the administrative assistant program.

More than 120 students have completed programs at the College of New Caledonia, Quesnel Campus, this spring.  Their courses of study include:

•Administrative Assistant Certificate

•Adult Dogwood

•Business Administration Certificate

•Business Administration Diploma

•Carpentry Foundation Level

•Community Support Worker Certificate

•Criminology Diploma

•Early Childhood Education Certificate

•Education Assistant Certificate

•Electrical Foundation Level

•Horticulture Technician

•Nursing, Year Two

•Plumbing Foundation Level

•Power Engineering 4th Class

•Social Service Worker Diploma

The college’s diverse programs enable students to start here and go anywhere to achieve their educational and career goals.  CNC offers academic upgrading; university courses that transfer to all BC universities; foundation and apprenticeship-level trades programs that lead to becoming a certified journeyman; and general interest courses for employment or personal growth.  CNC has a state-of-the-art Trades and Technology Centre, an approved Industry Training Authority training institution, spacious classrooms featuring the latest tech equipment and fully-equipped nursing and science labs.

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